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August 12, 1933 - Image 4

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T HE MICHIGA N XDAILY SATURDAY, AUG
The News Of The World As Illustrated In Associated Press Pictures CLASSIF

As each mail brought in more signers to the National Recovery Act, workers in the Federal Build-
ing in Chicago were kept busy sending NRA banners to firms complying with provisions of the recovery
administration.

Hugh S.Johnson (left) and Postmaster General James A. Farley
inspect the original drawing of Uncle Sam's new three-cent NRA
stamp, 400,000,000 of which are being printed to publicize the Nation-
al Recovery Administration.

Vlichigan Football Team
May Be Aided By Sophs
(Continued from Page 1)
3as put on weight this summer he
nay prove to be a leading contender.
)ick James, Dave Hunn and George
3olasare three other sophomore
!andidates for the quarterback posi-
"ion.
Howard Triplehorn, a fast back
Nith rubber hips, will probably see
ervice at half. Howard gained
plenty of ground against the varsity
last season when working on thel
yearling squad demonstrating oppon-
ents' plays. Winfred Nelson is an-
ether sophomore halfback possibil-
ity.
Fullback contenders from t h e
sophomore ranks are Steve Remias
and Art Patchin, the latter a star
varsity baseball pitcher. This fall is
Patchin's fourth semester on the
campus and his first opportunity to
have a try at varsity football.
At guard, Bob Wells has a fair
chance of getting inquite a few
games. He weighs only 170, pounds
and should put on a little more
weight before he will be able to hold
down a regular berth.
John Viergever, giant tackle will
add brawn to the Michigan line when
needed. Viergever, weighs 230 pounds
and did outstanding work for the
yearlings last season.
So things look pretty good down
at Ferry Field and Kipke isn't worry-
ing.

Willie Googin (above), brawny
Salada Beach, Calif., shotmaker,
provided one of the sensations of
the P. G. A. tourney at Milwaukee
when he defeated Leo Diegel, two-
time champion, 4 and 3.
Five hundred shooters are expect-
ed to take part in the National small
bore rifle tournament at Camp Per-
ry, O., Aug. 28-Sept. 4.

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Charles M. Moderwell (above) of
Evanston, Ill., is regional advisor
for the Federal public works ad-
ministration for Illinois, Indiana,
Ohio, Wisconsin, and Michigan,
taking the post originally tender-
ed to Daniel J. Tobin, of Indian-
apolis.
Three former Purdue athletes have
become assistant coaches at Lehigh
university under Nelson A. Kellogg,
former Purdue athletic director. They
are Alex Yunevich, Eb Caraway and
Paul Calvert, all footballers.

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