1923–24 Michigan Wolverines men's basketball team

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1923–24 Michigan Wolverines men's basketball
Conference Big Ten Conference
1923–24 record 10–7 (6–6 Big Ten)
Head coach E. J. Mather
Captain Howard M. Birks
Home arena Yost Field House
Seasons
1923–24 Big Ten Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Wisconsin 8 4   .667     11 5   .688
Chicago 8 4   .667     11 6   .647
Illinois 8 4   .667     11 6   .647
Ohio State 7 5   .583     12 5   .706
Purdue 7 5   .583     12 5   .706
Indiana 7 5   .583     11 6   .647
Michigan 6 6   .500     10 7   .588
Minnesota 5 7   .417     9 8   .529
Iowa 4 8   .333     7 10   .412
Northwestern 0 12   .000     0 16   .000
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1923–24 Michigan Wolverines men's basketball team represented the University of Michigan in intercollegiate basketball during the 1923–24 season. The team compiled a record of 10–7. E. J. Mather was in his fifth year as the team's coach, and Howard M. Birks was the team captain.[1]

Players[edit]

  • Howard M. "Hoppy" Birks, Chicago, Illinois - team captain, center and varsity letter winner
  • Royal F. Cherry, Grand Rapids, Michigan - guard and varsity letter winner
  • Roy F. Deng, Mt. Clemens, Michigan - guard and varsity letter winner
  • Richard F. Doyle, Galesburg, Michigan - center and varsity letter winner
  • George Haggarty, Ypsilanti, Michigan - forward and varsity letter winner
  • William P. "Bill" Henderson, Detroit, Michigan - forward and varsity letter winner
  • Fay Kendrick - aMa letter winner
  • Harry Kipke, Lansing, Michigan - guard and varsity letter winner
  • Carl C. Kresbach, Monroe, Michigan - aMa letter winner
  • Joseph M. Landre, Binghamton, New York - aMa letter winner
  • Edward D. Line, Detroit, Michigan - forward and varsity letter winner
  • Arthur B. "Bus" McWood - center and varsity letter winner
  • Kenneth Morgaridge, Chicago, Illinois - forward and varsity letter winner
  • Irwin Stegmeier,[2] Grand Rapids, Michigan - aMa letter winner

Coaching staff[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 1924 Michiganensian, p. 263.
  2. ^ Irwin Ernest Stegmeier, born April 28, 1901, died August 13, 1981.