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TRI" MICflIGAN DAILY

From the
PRESS BOX
By-John Thomas
Rangers Vs. Red Wings
THE FASTEST 60 minutes of
hockey ever seen in Detroit went
begging Sunday night as about 3,000
more tickets could have been sold
if the customers had so demanded.
But they didn't and only about 12,700
tickets were sold.
Random notes on the game. De-
troit fans will be saved some money,
anyway, as a result of the defeat ..-.
which reminds us that opening-day
tickets for Detroit's baseball cere-
monies go on sale today . . . The
Rangers were just too good . .
Patrick Ranger coach once said,
"Change goalies and we'll beat every
team in the world." . . . He was
right for in the last game of the
season for the Wings, Roach's sensa-
tional stops kept the Rangers within
limits . . Another point on that
goal tending is that the Wings had
five forwards on the ice for a good
share of the time which meant no
defense men. So when Roach made
a save, he had to watch out for re-
bounds while Aitkenhead, with the
mighty Ching Johnson and Earl Sei-
bert in front of him, did not have,
to worry as much, as they took care
of most of the rebounds-cleared
them out of danger . . . Even while
losing, Detroit made an impressive
showing. They demonstrated that one
characteristic that made them a good
hockey club this year-never give up.
They fought, and fought and fought.
Sometimes they were out-skated.
Sometimes they were out-witted. But
always they fought back . . . It was
almost a case of a veteran against
youth-and the youth didn't win. De-
troit had a young club, New York
a seasoned group of veterans who
seldom lost their polish and veneer
. . . Detroit had youth, nearly equal
speed, and Roach-but it wasn't
enough . . . After the game when
the players congratulated one an-
other, it was Roach who drew the
longest speeches from the Rangers.
During the season they were arch-
rivals, but after it was all over, they
were his greatest admirers . . . We
were sitting in the midst of 14 New
York newspapermen who wrote up
that first Detroit goal in one sentence
and who 33 seconds later, needed a
whole page to tell about the Rang-
er's first . . . They were the night's
chief belitters. . . . AND WERE
PICKING THE RANGERS FOR THE
STANLEY CUP WINNERS.
That'll mean that they rise from
third place to the title-all in the
playoffs.
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A Trio Of National Swimming Luminaries

Degrener Stars I
For Wolves On
Eastern Trip
Michigan Places Second
In Intercollegiate And
A. A. U. Swim Meets

High School Flash

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The Fraternity and Independent
track meet to be held at 7:30 p. m.
in Yost Field House today will mark
the close of the Intramural winter
sports program, and consequently
this last event will feature the at-
tempt of Alpha Kappa Lambda to
overcome a 14-point lead held by
Theta Chi in the Interfraternity
League. A.K.L. has entered 27 men in
the meet, while Theta Chi has en-
tered 23.

The Michigan swimming team's
two-week invasion of the East, that
turned into something of an indivi-
dual triumphal march for Dick Deg-{
ener. if not of the team, ended yes-
terday when the weary natators re-
sumed their studies.
The Wolverines, nosed out by
Northwestern in the National Colle-
giates two weeks ago at New Haven,
came back last week to score 22
points and take second place in the
National A. A. U. meet at New York, n
more points than a college team had * * . ......
ever scored before against the galaxy Associated Press Photo
of individual stars who annually Danny Zehr, 16 year old Fort
compete. Wayne high school swimmer cap-

Gridders Work
On Pass Attack
In LongSession
Kipke Is Well 'Satisfied
With Saturday's Work
In First Scrimmage
Coach Harry Kipke put a work-
warmed football squad through a
vigorous workout yesterday afternoon
on muddy South Ferry Field: But
thirty men were present, late lectures
and midsemesters accounting for
about twenty players.
The freshmen were out in force
few veterans being present, ad the
yearlings punted and passed, blocked
and tackled' all afternoon with a
short offensive-defensive scrimmage
on passes to wind up the session.
Coach Pleased
Coach Kipke expressed himself as
fairly well satisfied with the first
scrimmage, which took place Satur-
day. Questioned about his yearling
charges, the mentor replied that
quite atfew oftthem are showing
tform,although it was impossible to
tell as yet who the valuable men
really are.
Spring practice, in general, makee
a freshman football player into a
Michigan player, assuming that he
has plenty of will to work and the
necessary latent ability. Beginning
with fall practice, it may be noticec
that the new sophomores are entirely
different in playing style and ever
attitude toward the game. They are
not the same men who reported as
yearlings the preceding year.
Work on Freshmen
Kipke and the coaching staff are
working to make Michigan players
out of freshmen, and yesterday quite
a few of the boys were showing, the
effects of the grind which has just
commenced.

f. "Mann Praises Degenert
..wReferring to Degener's sensationali
-Associated Press Photo success this year, Coach Matt Mannr
These three men all helped New said, "Dick is easily the outstandings
York A. C. score its usual overwhelm- diver in the world at the presentl
time. The Eastern fans had nevert
ing victory in the National A. A. U. seen diving comparable to Dick's, and
Swimming Meet. Left to right they they went virtually wild over him."
are Leonard Spence, 200-yard breast The highest honor paid an Amer-
stroke champ; Ralph Flanagan, dis- ican swimmer was accorded the
tance star; and Walter Spence, who Michigan junior when he was award-
took bath the Collegiate and A. A. U. ed title of "All-Around Swimming
Champion of the National A. A. U's"
100-yard crowns. and given the gold medal that goes
with the award.
Wins Oual Meets
Degener won four diving titles this,
year in addition to placing first in,
O utdoors For every dual meet. His titles include
the Western Conference, National
1 First Pr . - Intercollegiate and National A. A. U.
F s P' e lowboard crowns as well as the A. A.
U. highboard championship.
SDegenerhad first sewed up but
Despite the rain which moistened Wilke and Willard of Northwestern
the outdoor track yesterday after- and Fred Fenske of Michigan were
noon, Coach Charlie Hoyt took his fighting for the remaining places up
troupe of tracksters outdoors for to the final dive. Fenske was the last
3 practice a spec schedule. diver and could have taken second
rs cwith a six on the dive. Instead, by
Cass Kemp turned irn a time'of 22.6 one of those flukes which haunt all
in the 220-yard dash and others were sports, his dive was a complete fail-
close behind him. The milers and ure and the resulting 2.5 points he
shorter distance men saw consider- got on the dive gave him fourth.
able action.
The- track schedule after the Drake
t Relays, April 25 includes meets with 1 Campus Ping-Pong Team
Ohio. State and Illinois along with Loses To Detroit Outfit
t the Big Ten and the N.C.A.A. ,meets.'
Coach Hoyt will probably send one Michigan's unofficial ping-pong
relay team and several speciality men team journeyed to Detroit last Satur-
to Drake. ' day to lose to the City of Detroit
team at the Naval Armory. This is
,, ,, . *.17% 11 expected to inaugurate a new and in-

tued the 150 yard back stroke title
in the National A. A. U. meet in
New York last week. The juvenile
star appeared in national circles only
last July when he won a place on
the American Olympic swim team.
Diamond Squad
Goes Outdoors
For PractiCe

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squad outside yesterday for the sec-MAN WHOIS
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sense of timing back for the coming
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Freshman Physical. Ed
Program Is Announced
Following spring vacation, the
physical education program for first
year men will include outdoor :sports
as well as the indoor activities of the
winter program.
Men interested in track and base-
ball will be asked to report- to Ken
Doherty and. Bennie Oosterbaan who
will coach the freshmen in these
sports.
In addition, followers of tennis,
golf, swimming, and soft ball will be
given an opportunity to take part in
these activities under the supervision
of the Intramural Department.

teresting campus sport. The team is
composed of Bob Bonney, campus
champion; Mel Silverman, New Jer-
sey state champ, Wilson Liu, diminu-
tive Chinese expert, Nate Waring,
and Joe Renihan, both from Grand
Rapids. Michigan lost the match even
though Bonney and Silverman both
defeated the. Michigan State. and
Detroit titleholders.
ALL-CAMPUS TRACK MEET
Men who intend to compete in the
All-Campus track meet tonight
should get their clothing from the
Intramural Building before 6 p. m. as
the building will be closed after that
hour.

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