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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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1950 Grid Year in Pictures-From Snow to Roses

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Tennis ... .
(Continued from Page 34
Spartans were hard hit by gradua-
tion.
THEIR BIGGEST loss was Len-
ney Brose, 1951 Big Ten Singles
champion, who was the only man
to beat Michigan's Hetzeck during
the spring season. Another Spar-
tan graduate was Wally Kau, num-
ber two singles player.
Other Big Ten schools were also
hurt by June departures and face
major rebuilding problems.
Barring unforeseen changes,
Michigan's number one man
come next April will be the af-
fiable Bromberg, a two-time let-
ter winner who held down the
number two spot last spring.
Bromberg boasts a remarkablet
collegiate record over the past two
seasons. As a sophomore he went
undefeated, winning the Confer-
ence number four singles crown,
and last year he lost but one dual
match . . . to Illinois' Gene Bu-
wick. *
FIGHTING FOR the number
two slot will be Smart and
Schwartz, both seniors. They pair-
ed last year in the number two
doubles bracket to reach the finals
at Evanston, in addition to turning
in capable singles performances in
the third and fourth positions.
Barrack, Curhan and Webb--
all juniors-will return with a
year's experience under their
belts, rounding out Murphy's
veteran brigade.
Barrack and Curhan held fourth
in the fifth and sixth posts last
spring, and Webb filled in against
Detroit and Ohio State.
Following in Bromberg's foot-
steps, Barrack walked off with a
Conference title in his sophomore
year, downing MSC's Keith Kimble
for the number five singles crown.

Baseball.

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TOPCOATS

(Continued from Page 5)
service from Lincoln Painter, a
combination outfielder and catch-
er, and Doug Peck, who is expected
to take over next year's catching
chores.
One of the reasons for the poor
showing of the '51 ball club was
the fact that Ed Grenkoski, one
of the finest righthanders in the
Big Ten two years ago, signed a
professional contract a n d was
placed in the farm system of the
New York Yankees.
During the 1952 campaign, with
youth as its medium, it will be the
objective of Coach Fisher and his
players to regain lost prestige and
resume their normal place: high
in the Western Conference 'stand-
ings.
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new world's record in the 400-
yard free style relay April 6,
1951 with a time of 3:23.
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Coaches.. .
(Continued from Page 1)

shoulders is George Ceithaml,
backfield coach. Ceithaml must
drill the backs in the intricate
maneuvers which make up the
Michigan single, wing-spinner-
buck lateral combination of plays.
Ceithaml was captain and quar-
terback of the 1942 football team.
He joined the Michigan coaching
staff in 1947.
J. T. White is assistant line
coach and is particularly res-
ponsible for drilling the centers.
He played end on the 1942 Ohio
State team, then followed bro-
ther Paul to Michigan in 1946.

He was center on the 1946 and
1947 teams.
Don Robinson was a Michigan
halfback and quarterback in 1941-
42. He came back to complete his
career in 1946 after service as a
bomber pilot. Robinson is endow-
ed with a good mind and is popu-
lar with the team members.
Ernest B. McCoy, head basket-
ball coach and a familiar figure
in opposing team's press boxes,
serves as chief scout during the,
fall campaigns. McCoy, who sel-
dom sees the Wolverines in action
except on the final day of the
season, is known in conference
athletic circles as a shrewd judge
of offense and defense minutae,
and his reports mean as much to
the Michigan team as condition-
ing and drilling in fundamentals.

Olympics..
(Continued from Page 5)
four-mile race for the past two
years. His victory last fall set a
new American four-mile record.
McEwen should give the Euro-
pean distancemen a stiff race in
the Olympic 15,000-meter next
summer when he runs for Canada.
McEwen may also run in the 1500-
meters.
Michigan's gymnastic team has
a trampoline performer of con-
siderable fame, in Ed Buchanan.
Buchanan is generally regarded as
the outstanding American trampo-
line artist, having been national
champion for the past three years.
Although Buchanan has not won

the trampoline in the Big Ten meet
for the past two years, he should
have no trouble in making the Am-
erican Olympic team next summer.
Buchanan was disqualified in the
1951 Big Ten championships when
he bounced off the trampoline.
It is said that Olympic year
brings out the best in athletes, as
many unknowns rise to fame for
the big Games. Consequently, next
spring there may be a number of
other Wolverines vieing for berths
on the Olympic team.

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