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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1937

Wolverine Swimming

Team Again Captures National

Crown

Michigan Sets
C 1{&1 et"Swim Summaries
Seoring Mark
100,=Yard Free Style Finals--Wan
PonS 'sbcond;r Michigan; Gisbourne, Penn,
Of 5 Poi ski,'Michigan, third; J.
Brown, Chicago, fourth; Mowerson,
Michigan, fifth; Penn, Yale, sixth.
Swimmers Garner Eight Time :52.3.
Firsts; Haynie Chosen 200-Yard Bcast Streke Finals-
Won by Kasley, Michigan; Hough,
Best Competitor Princeton, second; Horschke, North-
western, third; McKee, Ohio State,
O S.U Tak Se'fourth; White, Dartmouth, fifth; Al-
Ta esSe ondlen, Iowa, sixth. Time 2:26.6.
440-Yard Free Style Final--Won by
(Continued from Page 1) Haynie, Michigan; Macionis, Yale,
second; Barnard, Michigan, third;
University of Illinois and Dartmouth, Brueckel, Yale, fourth; Rider, Stan-
one each. ford, fifth; Wilson, Chicago, sixth.
The Wolverines collected 10 points Time 4:51.7.
in the 100-yard free style by placing Threc-Meter High Board Diving
three swimmers among the first five. Final-Won by, Grady, Michigan,
Ed Kirar, who yesterday gained the 136.45 ponts; Patterson, Ohio State,
50-yard championship, came in first second, 133.30; Stauffer, Chicago,
in the longer distance in :52.3. Bob third, 123.68; Endweiss, Yale, fourth,
Mowerson, who was fifth, and Bill 108.08; Danforth, Yale fifth, 105.12;
Tomski, third, were the other 1ich- Haughey, Michigan, sixth, 103.48.
ean swimmers to make points in this 400-Yard Free Style Relay Final-
event.
Jack Kasley, the Michigan world'Won by Michigan (Tomski, Haynie,,
champion in the 200-yard breast K.rar, and Mcwerson); Yale, second;
stroke, won this event handily in Ohio State, third; Iowa, fourth; M-
finishing ahead of Richard Hough of nesota, fifth; Texas, sixth. Time
Princeton in 2:26.6. 3:32.2. (New National Intercollegiate
#.a . AAn Record).

Plays Perry In Detroit

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Zupke's 25th Season
To Be Feted Next Fall

Keystone Pair Sets Pace For Infield

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CHAMPAIGN, Ill., March 27.-(UP4) Y AiUE m AK steadied last year's infield.
-Illinois football warriors will be ofCoach Ray Fisher said at the start Brewer comes from Detroit and
out there officially next fall hustling iof last season that he believed that entered school without much ex-
for Coach Bob Zuppke. it was not at all unlikely that Don perience but Fisher spent long hours
Brewer and Steve Uricek would even- improving his fielding last season and
Athletic Director Wendel S .Wen- tually become the finest second base Don turned in a capable job at short.
nie) Wilson announced today the combination that he has ever coached His forte at the plate is bunting, an
1937 campaign would be known as at Michigan. It was on these two art which is seldom cultivated among
Bob Zupke's 25th Anniversary Sea- sophomores that the Wolverines''college players.
son," to honor the wily mentor when hopes rested last year. Dog and
he rounds out a quarter-century as Steve and Don came through in a year's experience under their belts,
head football coach. great shape and were largely instru- Coach Fisher should have little trou,
A tribute, the specific nature of mental in bringing the Big Ten chain- ble in finding players for the first
which will be decided later, will be picnship to Michigan, for as the in- and third base posts that will round
paid Zupke when Michigan, favorite field goes-so goes the team, and as out an inner garden that will be
traditional foe of the Illini, comes the second base combination goes- equal, if not superior, to that of last
to Memorial Stadium Oct. 20, for so goes the infield. season.
the annual homecoming game. Uricek hails from Flint where he Bill Lane and Danny Smick are
Representatives of Big Ten and has played a great deal of baseball the most likely candidates for the
other universites will be invited to and is recognized as one of the sweet- first base position. Lane has had more
Champaign for a testimonial dinner est ball handlers in college baseball. experience at the job and Dan is list-
to be held at the close of the season. Steve, who led the team batting with ed as a pitcher but the selection
a .359 average last year, is short and will probably be made on the hittingr
chunky but he has hands that are
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Kan's. City (A.A) 6; St. Louis (A) 3 was this nimble pair of hands that
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ability of the two men. First base is
the easiest fielding job in the infield
and a good many of the major league
initial sackers like Hal Trosky of the
Cleveland Indians are outstanding
sluggers who have fielding weaknesses
but whose hitting ability is a large
factor in the success of the team.
Two sophomores, Pete Lisagor and
"Peck" Peckinpaugh, are fighting for
the "hot corner" job. Pete has played
both shortstop and second base, play-
ing the latter on last year's freshman
team,

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Michigan made its victory more im-
pressive when it. added nine more
points in the 440 yard free style.
Tom Haynie, Michigan, took his sec-
ond national title in winning the
event. Friday he won the 220-yard
event.
Co-Captain Frank Barnard of the
Michigan team placed third behind
Yale's John Macionis and with but
two out of the 11 events remaining,
Michigan had, a total of 59 points
compared with 29 for Ohio State and
27 for Yale.
Demonstrating its balance through-
out, the Michigan team scored from
two to ten points in each of the eleven
events, first places in eight events
went to Michigan, two to Ohio State,
and one to Yale.
- Here Are Champs
The 1937 list of individual cham-
pions:
1,500 meter -free style-John Ma-
cionis of Yale.
50-yard free style-Edward Kirar
of Michigan.
150-yard backstroke - William
Neunzig of Ohio State.
220-yard. free style-Tom Haynie
of Michigan.
One-meter low board diving-Jim
Patterson of Ohio St~te.
300-yard medley relay-Michigan
(Frederick Cody, Jack Kasley, Ed-
ward Kirar).
100-yard free style-Edward Kirar
of Michigan.
200-yard breast stroke-Jack Kas-
ley of Michigan.
440-yard free style-Tom Haynie
of Michigan.
Three-meter high board diving-
Ben Grady of Michigan.
400-yard free style relay-Michi-
gan (Waldemar Tomski, Tom Hay-
nie, Edward Kirar, and Robert Mow-
erson).
Sophomores Click
With the exception of the medley
relay team and Kasley in the breast
stroke, all others of the new crop
of champions are newcomers to the
titles.
Kirar and Iaynie each won two in-
dividual championships in the meet,
the former gaining the titles in the
50 and 100-yard dashes and the latter
in the 220-yard and 440-yard events.
Each also is champion in these dis-
tances in the Western Conference.
Little Ben Grady of Michigan
sprang something of a surprise when
he squeezed in ahead of Jim Patter-
son, Big Ten champion from Ohio
State, in the three-meter high point
finals tonight. Grady had a point
total of 136.46 while Patterson had
133.30. This order was just reversed
in yesterday's low board diving
events.
Michigan entered tonight's racing
with 34 points, seven more than Ohio
State, and then turned the meet in-
to. a complete rout by grabbing off
first place in all of the evening's five
events.

Canadiens 'Win
From Crippled
Red Wings 31
Norn Sith Hurts Arm
After Permitting Single
Goal In First Stanza

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- Associatec Press Photo
Big Bill Tilden, ex-amateur net
king and present ranking profes-
sional of the tennis world, will op-
pose Fred Perry, British star and
another former amateur champion,
at the Olympia in Detroit Wednes-
day night. Perry beat Tilden last
week in an f 4 d in N

MONTREAL, March 27.--(A--The I York.i
Montreal Canadiens won their first
game in the playoff series with the
Detroit Red Wings for the National Teammates s Well
Hockey League championship to-
night, defeating the 1936 League and As Opponents Fear
Stanley Cup champions 3 to 1 after
Norm Smith, star Detroit goalie, was ! e s ron Whip
injured in the second period.
Smith suffered an injury to his When a catcher can draw a bead
left arm in a pile-up in front of the at second base and then whip a ball
net during the first period and after to it with unerring speed, he is said
attempting to continue play was to have what is known in diamond
forced to give up in the second. parlance as a "gun." It is an inval-
Franks Is Sub Iuable weapon to prevent trespassing
Frank Is ub ,on the bases.
His youthful substitute, Jimmie For further illustration of the
Franks, was in the net when burly "gun," you are recommended to watch
Babe Siebert led the drive that put Leo Beebe, sophomore candidate for
the flying Frenchmen back into the the backstop post ,practice the long
running for the League title and a throws to second during Varsity drills
place in the Stanley Cup finals. De- in the Field House. Without a doubt
troit had won the first two games of he owns the most powerful and ac-
the series on its home rink and curate arm in the Wolverine camp.
could have ended the series with an- His snap, bullet-like whips cause no
other triumph tonight. end of anguish among the various in-
The fourth game will be played fielders assigned to receive them. The
here next Tuesday and the fifth, if ball travels low and hard, and you
necessary, here Thursday. could probably draw a string taut
The veteran Sieber's goal, which, through its line of flight.
broke. a 1-1 halfway through the Beebe, unlike many players with
third period, was the deciding punch strong arms, has rare control of his
of the battle although Johnny Gag- tossesAsn a rushmanhlf tle dis-
non, another of the Canadiens' '"old tance to second, then laying a per-
timers" tallied twice. Babe drove a feet shot on the base to nip his quarry
terrific shot from just inside the blue with a few feet to spare.
line and the force of it spun Franks Beebe returns the ball to the
around and carried the puck into the pitcher with sufficient zip on it to
net behind him. i carry all the way to second
With -less than three minutes to He insists he can't throw a ball

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play, Gagnon scored his second goal
to make the victory safe and enable
10,000 fans to draw a calm breath
for the first time.
Gagnon Tallies
The Canadiens hela a one-goal
lead for almost two-thirds of the
game. Gagnon scored his first tal-
ly on a brilliant passing play with
Paul Yanes and Aurel Joliat in the1
third minute of game. The third
tally came on a play that was al-
most a duplicate of the first.
The Red Wings gained a tie early
in thedthird period when Marty
Barry drove home a shot on Scotty
Bowman's assist.
The only penalty of the game was
inflicted upon Ebbie Goodfellow of
Detroit in the second period.

easy, losing control of it when he
tries. So pitchers become receivers
when "Gun" Beebe is catching and
ambitious base-runners are likely to
meet nothing but frustration.
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Served Every Sunday
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