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September 17, 1952 - Image 40

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tering press notices the Boilermak- both football and basketball round out the rest of the Maize


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(Continued from Page 4)
slapped out a sub-par 71 in a
practice round but this proved no
good omen.
.. * S
State, with revenge in their'
hearts, downed the "M" squad.
Purdue drew a sweet 25-11 tri-
umph while OSU had to fight to
edge the Wolverines, 19%-161/2.
Michigan's only consolation
was a 27-9 win over Northwes-
tern's weak contingent. Evans
tallied a 75-75-150 total but
was five strokes behind Purdue
senior Dick Wibel.

Comning through again against
the University of Detroit, Evans
carded another one-under-par 71
on the Red Run course in De-
troit, sparking the Wolverines to
an easy 202-62 triumph. Lind
was also showing top form and
carded an even par 72 in his
* * *
THE ALBION meet assumed the
proportions of a slaughter as the
visitors were trampled, 1712-1/2. It
was LeClaire this time who fired
a 71, Lind backing him up with
his 73.
In the season's finale before
the Big Ten meet the Wolver-
ines again met MSC and gained
a 16-2 verdict with rain stop-
ping the meet after 18 holes.

Johnson, after missing the Al-
bion meet, made good his return
with a 74 round for his first med-
alist's crown of the season. By vir-
tue of his tremendous play in the
Big Ten meet, Johnson has been
elected as captain of this year's
golf squad.
(Continued from Page 4)
With only Doug Peck and Tom
Goulish, both substitues, lost
through graduation, the prospects
for next spring are exceedingly
bright. Leach, who handled him-
self well behind the plate and
with the war club, should prove to

be one of the best catchers in the
* * *
EADDY, with a year's experi-
ence at the hot corner to givehim
confidence, should help make
Michigan's veteran infield the
sharpest in the league.
The outfield situation is also
bright once more as Lepley, one
of the best ballhawks to play for
the Wolverines in several years,
has three more y'ears of eligi-
bility. Billings, Howell and Ger-
ry Harrington are also capable
If the pitching staff proves as
i'eliable as it did this past spring,
.the Maize and Blue should win its
twenty-first baseball title in the
33 years of the Ray Fisher coach-
ing era.

(Continued from Page 6)
This year Coach Lefty James
is faced with a tremendous re-
building job. He lost twenty-five
lettermen, virtually his entire of-
fensive and defensive first
strings. The schedule is no con-
fort either what with Navy,
Princeton and Pennsylvania to
be faced.
Purdue is tremendously im-
proved and is looking forward
to a banner season.
With twenty-nine lettermen re-
turning and an All-America can-
didate in quarterback Dale Sam-
uels, Coach Stu Holcomb has rea-
son to believe some of the flat-

tering press notices the Boilermak-
ers have been getting concerning
the coming season.
OHIO STATE is embarking on
the 1952 season with several maj-
or liabilities, not the least of
which is the loss of Vic Janowisz,
the "One Man Gang," through
(Continued from Page 1)
With end play, both offensive
and defensive, being so import-
ant in Michigan's pigskin stra-
tegy, the role of end coach Bill
Orwig is unusually important.
Another of the "All Michigan"
coaching staff, Orwi glettered in

both football and basketball
during 1927-29.
After graduation in 1930, he
coached both sports at Benton
Harbor and later at Toledo Lib-
ey High School, where his foot-
ball squads won three state cham-
pionships. Appointed head foot-
ball mentor at the University of
Toledo in 1945, Orwig led his
teams to a 15-4 record over a two
year span.
* * *
AMONG HIS proteges have been
such outstanding Wolverine fHank-
ers as All-American Dick Rifen-
burg, Ed McNeill, Ozzie Clark,
Harry Allis, and now Tim Green,
Lowell Perry and Gene Knutson.
Assistant coaches Don Robin-
son, J. T. White, Cliff Keen, and
freshman coach Wally Weber

round out the rest of the Maize
and Blue gridiron command.
"Robbie," who earned varsity
letters in 1941-42-46, is the man
responsible for the direction of
the junior varsity squad.
"Initials" White, center on the
1947 eleven which walked off with
Western Conference and Rose
Bowl championships, became an
assistant to Blott in 1948 and gives
special attention to the Wolver-
ine pivotmen so important in the
single-wing attack.
Keen, better known as head
wrestling coach, has been on the
Wolverine stav since 1925. Fresh-
man coach Weber-the big man
with a bigger vocabulary-is a
non-playing triple-threat, being a
standout coach, scout and after-
dinner speaker.


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