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Varsity Wins Gl Crown
Michigan Enis CihilCpuisWheie
I llinit's 2 _Year I f Tough Taye X<ume ScheduleI
Hold O n Title (Continued from age )
Wolverines Capture Five mint in the Wolverine lined until fuilak canidiate~ with plenty o po-
Contests; Finish Strong- from a guard to a pivotman Merv excellent ball on the fro.h.quad last
fitted right in at the middle spot, year.
Oter Slw_ 3e911__n having won All-State honors in bh hough overshadowed by Ceithamil
school there i this year, Bob Vernier wil te
By BU LOW The other guard spot will probably gr~omdfm~ o the cqa teback spot a-
Michigan's varsity linksmen, who be handled by rugged Julie Franks te' brilliant performing as a fresh-
finished their most successful sea- who proved himself a born regular man last fall, and sould see enough
son since the days when Johnny last season as sophomore. That takes action to give 1-iLIII experience this
Fishr an Chck Kesi speled care of four line spots with no wor- season what with the heavy schedule
Fiser ndChuk ocss peled ries, but Crisler's biggest trouble in sore,
roi for the oppositionl, ended Illinois should come at the ends and the (-______ _____
two-year domination of the Western other tackle position. That is if you
Conference golf crown by taking the watt al aiga eattreSr ,T~ c
title on the University course las at capablel men vieinghaig forls each postthe,; , ~.dti
May 18 and 19.seon th "trouble" Johnny Lane, Bill Pritula,'
During the regular and matman Johnny Greene, all vet- #10 Y'ti9
Wlverines captured five contests erans, will be trying hard for a tackle / ,~~
While losing three others and tying berth with big Bill Baldwin, giant4 -~I~ ~if
cij. Cahdvr byb a sophomore, pushing them all the -
C u ti h , t e M i e a d B u wa .O e o h rt c e pr s e t a ofglfers got off to a rather slow , start spring practice answered the call to t fti,ii r n P, ai~ )
i~he the wee haperd byin-the colors since then, Ray Sowers.
climent weather conditions. So far, Sowers has been the only loss ther or not to u e them in the half
Varsity Loses First along this line, so then: appears to mile or the mile, h~t iliey~ can rn
Lced by Captain John Leidy, the be very little real danger of the team either ditne,"
Wolverines first saw action, after being riddled by the draft. Both Fcos:, euidPmbbaae capable of
drily ten days of practice on the fair- En'ds Are Biggest Problems runnng the iLin v ,ell under two
ways; when they opposed Kentucky The eternal Michigan grid prob-I rnntit(:.o, ti has been clocked for
oi their shortened spring trip. The lem seems to be the flank positions. the distance at 4:6, and Bob in
B~ue Grass gentlemen won by a This year Phil Sharpe, Rudy Smeja, 1 .6 l loweer withl more training
count-of 111/z to 6i 'after a hard- and Jack Karwales all veteran con- an(-[ patice th "e ies should he
fought battle that saw several of tenders, will be fighting for reg ial ar shotero.
the matches decided on the last berths with Cecil Boye and Harry b' eaon whytothesmietis t hta
green. Kruse moving up from the yearlingbectndtoherle,_tatCp
Two days later on April 20, the crop to take a crack at the outpost tain-t'ect ave Mat thews and JohnI
Varsity encountered. Ohio State attin. h igsrrieo teya Fornu..iO~live aready proved
Coumbus, anid the Buckeyes won may very likely prove to be Elmerththe rtogod enfrhi
tie match 2O1/2-15r/ . Captain-elect Madar, the former quarterback whlio disance. he former ran the di -
18in Smith, the highly touted lad is one of the ablest pass catcher ever tane n 15 1whini the Naion ast
!rbin Fort.'Myers, Fla.,,continued to seen on any Michigan squrad. Clete whicn ieton recodTefat-
1xfomrC feecchm Bil Filling up the remainder of the shw tatei cpb o
0-er but his teammates failed to Varsity line i ttar.ariesuchcablelreo j
keep the pace. serves as Walt Freihofer, Ralph Am- riott< herneinl:iS r hee
- ihgnte oldoe ih-Stutz, and Clayt oo' at tackles, and Anllcn, Mrti. Babk
} n State, Purdue, and Indiana be- Jim Brieske and Bob McFadden at InteSitth 0,he0,ad
fore returning home on May 9 to center. I h pitte6,te10 n
face Northwestern in the first home Michigan's rel might not to tin- the 220, returning leterman, Leon
inatch of the year. This was one of derestimate the potency of the line) jad Alkon, and sophomore jack,
te most eciting meets of the year should come in the backfield, wherei Martin dlefinitely look good. All of
and i saw the Wolverines eeotasedadpwraerne th e esophomories have not yet shown
1 -& victory on the strength of their deep at every spot, except quartr- tertlns u hr r eea
morning rounds, back. With Ceithaml as the nucleus who wil help Mattin and Alon pick
The Maize and Blue contingent of the backmen, Coach Crisler canl upir vltabht point. The theory be-
telnporarily went stale as they lost count on Kuzma, the lad who filled hrid the rea1ft CSL Wolverine track;
to OhiP State for the second time Tom Harmon 's shoe o el.at teams h as not. been to win every
and then were hield to a tie by a gal- year, Paul White, and Robinson, all event, ut rther to wrin a few and
e0t Michigan State teaim. This let- ,juniors with plenty of experience, pick 1,11) :StMcld ard tidr place
down was short-lived, however, for an usadngfohsas fls ons in evey event.
biI May 16 the Varsity swampedi the season like Frank Wardley, Pat MV{ftartty Will ~elp
defending champs from Illinois by a Keefe, Russ Reeder, and Bob Chap- In the rintdes, Mivchigan can look
211/2-21/2 score. pist(oddw h afak~ forward to Liner performances from
Conference Meets Starts tuons. Robinson anid Chappius were 'r'ank McCarthy, wvlo :;cored four -
Two bays later the all-importnt the best passers on the squa durin teen poinlts in the Notre Dame meet
Confrene n~~t tartd ad i wassprng pactce.last year, andt (hiick Finney, who
Conference rfieet started and it was spigptgprcie a ourth in the Conference indoori
-rare that the team really shone. )3or, Weise, Lund at Fllbaks
Paced by Captain Leidy andi Blazing!G on Boor is slated tentatively toMetltyarJmByeyncJe
lien Smith, the Wolverinies finished carry the line bucking burden but it Lrlyaetoole eunn ee"
tl~e toe ha ~a~ihVewill be no cinch to hang noth o.ais, while a promising freshman,
Cxivng hm afiere fiht ar te e potnow supI oiie, grup will be of helpi
Qtfit from Minnesota with a 125 Giving himafierceWfivhtforethauspo
sal. It .was Michigan's 9ix1i West- wl eBbWie h a h u iigteWleiecue
~i~ Cnfeene ttl an teirfistthe Chicago Alumnrii award as mnot InI the 440) Bob Ufer ought to b]
~ie Fishner, c ie and cohe ir ____first____________ Bi;"Teni champiun.As for the mileI
s ' c Fiser, ocsis andcompny-rlay team Coach Doherty doe; not
w 1z' five championships in a row MIIGAN SCHEDULE yet know wio will run with Ufer
ff~m 1932-1936. 1942 Hil Wheatly, Ralph Gibson and se-
Smrith, pre-meet favorite for in-Ioa pcru ilalgtcni
dividual medalist honors, hit a stroke September 26-Great Lakes at (ilspcre;wlal tcni-
~f, a luck on the 71st hole in addi- MVicigan. -a D fr Teml
tion to playing with a heavily tapd Otbr3Mhia Sttat eayh layK-noeoMih
slauldei) and had to. b~e conetent Michigan.ha' i a-asrz inbest i events raendc pobaby will11
'tha tie for second with Gopher ctoer 10-Iawa Cadets at itti oti er
$ere Dltas as Jilli McCarthy from Mihigan. The half: mile hspe lip as the
linois upset everythinij by finishing October 1~-Northwestern at >~hi .st~rrnest event for the Maize and
ttyo strokes ahead for a 72-hole total Ocoe2-Michigan aetWt Maihwn-boogh
of301. tobe 2-MchianatMm and the two Humes, all who are cap
',At the beginning of the season, abe f1:6 rbeteCochDhet
Coahlay ortihha a nucleus October 31-Illinois at i hi- has nothig to worry about in this
of, four returning lettermnen with gan. ih itne
wchto build his team. But several Novmb r7Hrana jh 'tie distane eents m-a provide a

promising newcomers caine through Wga" bit of difft~ilty. Ern-ie Lombardi,
to iv Ledy Smth Rae sle, nd November 14--Michigan at
t ieLiySmtDvOlead Notre D~an-e. who pn the twoi ie in 9:25 in tak-
Bob Fife a hard battle, for varsity tidpaeh~n~si h ofr
berths. These men. included senior e mer2-ihia t iIn-dooplacetonor lsi Cofr-
Chan Simonds, Bill. Courtright (son IOhio State. Jhny ifecol retheereurin
o~ the .coach), Phil -Marcellus, and November 28-lowar at Michi- letehnInero ll varel t the unn
Bill- Stewart. gan. lettergen wc ill beqalublo h
Three Rturn- __
.,6f' these eight men, only three
will not. be back next year (Leidyf x
dsier, and Simonds) which means1
tat Michigan's chances for another;'e;I's~ ur =
successful season are even brighter ett-sW r
than ever. In addition to these five T
returning lettermen, Coach Court-,G
right has several promising reserve
me~n including numeral winners from IT S> Ei1"ZX L
th~e freshman squad.
P ew people realize that the 'Qni-
versity's half million dollar golf I hni' od -
&Qurse. is one of the finest in the
,cutyDesigned by Alex~ander Mac- H O T
Kenzie, who 'also built the famousITH' t
Bobby Jones course in Atlanta, Geo.,, j
it was completed in 1931. _

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