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August 14, 1942 - Image 13

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Mrichigan' Athletics Anid The'War
The University of Michigan is conducting its athletic and physical
training programs this year entirely in the interests of our nation's war
effort. Complete emphasis is on the physical development of students
so that when they are called to arms they will be better fitted to perform
the duties ahead of them anid thus be of even greater service to their
country.
Our job is to toughen bodies and develop a flaming competitive spirit
in young men who from childhzood have been taught the virtues of peace
while our enemies have schooled their youth solely in an attitude of the
nobility of *war. At Michigan an inrtensive physical conditioning program
in which thousands of students are required to 'devote four and one-half
hours under tr ained leaders each week to hardening activities has been
t~lac-ed in operation as a <means of accomplishing this purpose.
Ccompetitive athletics long have been' recognized as an 'excellent
training and 1:.oving ground for our fighting men and today more men
than ever arc benefiting frcm such activity. As Superintendent of the
United States_ Military Academny-at' West Point General Douglas Mac-
Arthur decclared. "On the fields of friendly strife are sown the seeds
-which. ,n other ycars on other fields will bear the fruits of victory." No
greater tritute to the value of competitive athletics has ever been paid.
No sport is more important in-a competitive program than football.
Notc only} does it require 'its participants to be -in' the best'of physical
condition, btut it also enables our colleges and universities to carry out
their expurided war-time physical training programs for all students as
mnuch o(f the eoct of these programs' will be defrayed'by football receipts.
'I hu:. whilc our gridiron rem-ain "fields of friendly strife,"' they will per-
mnit the sowing this year of added seeds of victory among mWen destined
to t .romph in history's greatest conflict.
H. 0. CRISLER.
Director! of Athletics

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All Conflerence-i1941
FIRST TEAM
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E. $Bob Motl, Northwestern, Jr............................. Chicago
T. Dick Wildung,. Minnesota, Jr... ..................Luverne, Minn.
G. Len Levy, Minnesota, Sr............................ Minneapolis
C. *Bcb ngalls, Michigan, &S ...................... M-Ableheadl, Mass.
G. Tom Milton,,Purdue, Sr". ...... .................Cedar Lake. Ind.
T. Alf ,Baumian. Northwestern. Sr......................... Chicago
E. Dave Schreiner, Wisconsin,.'Jr. .... .............. Lancaster, Wis.
QB. Bill Hillenbrand, Indiana, Soph..................Evansville, ,Id.
HB. Bruce Smith. Minnesota. Sr......................Faibault, Minn.
HB. Bill Daley, Minnesota, Jr.......................:St. Cloud, Minn.
FB. Bob Westfall, Michigan, Sr. ..........................Ann Arbor

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