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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 12, 1939

Natators Regain

Conference Crown

With

73

Points

4,

Tankers Set Michi gan
New Big Ten
Scoring Mark Yankees Start In Where
Ohio Takes Second Place They Left Off Last Year
Withake9 Seoind;Place ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., March 11.
Wonts; Relay --(P)-With Rookie Warren Rosar
Team Cracks Record hitting a home run,btheNew York
________Yankee siege guns blasted the St.
(Continued from Page 1) Louis Cardinals, 6 to 4, today ih the
first of their games for the training
ing the first two places. Hal Benham, camp championship of St. Peters-
of Michigan was one point ahead of burg.
Clark up to the last two dives but The World Champions offered a
Clark hit both to get the Wolverine piecework lineup which included
pinion out 6 points, only three regulars of last year but
It was all Michigan again in the took a three run lead in the first
hundred with Tomski piling it on to two innings and coasted to the fin-
hand Ohio's Billy Quayle his first ish.k
beating of the year in this event.Mt
Tomkithefates startr n clle 'Michigan; third, McCaffery, North-
Tomnski, the fastest starter in-college western; fourth, Hutchens, Michi-
today, was a foot in front at the end s,
of 'the 50 yards, and he lengthened gan; fifth, oJhnson, Ohio State.
to a yard at the half way mark and Time 2:14.4 (New record of 2:13.6 set
he kept it to the finish. Bill Holmes by Haynie of Michigan in prelimin-
surprised by nosing out Johnson for ayries).
50 Yard Free Style: Won by Tom-t
third place. In the 50 yard back stroke ski, Michigan; second, Barker, Mich-.
Charley Barker, who set a new Big igan; third, O'Mahoney, Iowa;
Ten record of 1:38.1 Friday, engaged fourth, Holmes, Michigan; fifth,
in a bout with Harold Stanhope ofSuesNotwtrn Tie2.
Ohio and Bill Beebe, of Michigan. Surles, Northwestern. Time 23.1
Stanhope, wllo had beaten both Wol- (Ties new record set by Tomski, of1
verines in two dual meets, jumped the Michigan in preliminaries).
gun twice and then broke nicely. Bee- Fancy Diving: Won by Patnik, Ohio
be was in front at the 25 yard mark State; second, Clark, Ohio State:
with Stanhope and Barker on his third, Benham, Michigan; fourth,k
heels. Coming off the first turn Bark- Feigel, Indiana; fifth, Wildhack, Pur-
er, swimming in lane one, hit the wall due.
and he dropped a yard back. It was 100 Yard Frfee Style: Won by Tom-
Stanhope in front by five feet at the ski, Michigan; second, Quayle, Ohio1
hundred and then Barker started to State; third, Holmes, Michigan;
move. At the last turn the Wolverine fourth, Johnson, Ohio State; fifth,Y
sophomore was still a yard behind Surles, Northwestern. Time :52.81
but coming fast. (New record of 52.6 set by Tomski of1
He came even faster the last lap, Michigan in preliminaries).I
but Stanhope had to tie Barker's 150 Yard Back Stroke: Won by
new mark to nose him out by a frac- Stanhope, Ohio State; second, Bark-
tion. er, Michigan; third, Beebe, Michigan;,
Beebe was third. The breast stroke fourth, Brandt, Minensota; fifth,
went just as everybody expected with Armbruster, Iowa. Time 1:38.1 sec-
Ohio's Johnny Higgins winning easi- onds (Ties record set by Barker of
ly and Michigan's Johnny Haigh fin- Michigan in preliminaries).
ishing an easy second. With Alex 200 Yards Breast Stroke: Won byt
McKee of Ohio unable to compete Higgins, Ohio State; second, Haigh,
because of the mumps, it was no race Michigan; third, Anderson, Chicago;
for second place. fourth, Kirkland, Illinois; fifth, Poul-
Haynie came back in the 440 to re- os, Iowa. Time 2:25.5 seconds.
venge his earlier defeat by Welsh. 440 Yards Free Style: Won by Hay-t
nii , Michigan; second, Welsh, Michi-T
SUMMARIES gan; third, Lowe, Illinois; fourth,
300-Yard Medley Relay: Won by ski, Minensota. Time 4:53.3.
Ohio State (Stanhope, Higgins, Woodling, Ohio State; fifth, Jablon-E
Quayle); second, Minnesota; third, 400 Yards Free Style Relay: Won
Michigan; Fourth, Illinois; fifth, by Michigan (Hutchens, Holmes, Bar-t
Iowa. Time 2:59.8 (New record of ker, Tomski); second, Ohio State;1
2.56.8, set by Ohio State in prelimin- third, Wisconsin; fourth, Northwes-
aries). tern; fifth, Iowa. Time 3:33.8 (New
220 Yard Free Style: Won by record; old record 3:35.1, set by Ohiok
Welsh, Michigan; second, Haynie, State in 1938).t
e t
4 -v

Sextet Triumphs Over Paris 4 To 3 In Final Game

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[ockey Team
Ends Season
With Victory

Hillberg And Cooke Finish
Careers By Scoring All
Four Michigan Goals
By NEWELL McCABE
Ending their season in a blaze ofJ
glory, Michigan's hockey team, lead
by their two outgoing seniors, George
Cooke and Les Hillberg, handed the
Paris Athletic Club a 4 to 3 defeat
last night at the Coliseum.
Two of the Wolverine's four goals
were made by CaptaineHillberg, and
the other tallies were brought in by
George Cooke. Hillberg received an
assist on Cooke's firstrgoal, while
Al Chadwick was instrumental in
helping Hillberg with one of his tal-
lies.
Breaks Even
Not only did this win put a pleas-
ing finish to Cooke and Hillberg's ca-
reer, but it also made the Wolverines
break even for the season in the win
and loss column.
Coming out fast in the opening
period, the Wolverines made the first
score of the night, when, after a few
minutes of play Cooke, on a pass from
Hillberg, put the local squad in the,
lead. However by putting the pres-
sure on the Wolverines the visiting
team neutralized the score when
Vince Graton broke down the ice
from his defense position and burned
the puck past "Spike" James.
From then on the game turned in-
to an up and down contest where,
saves by James kept Paris from going
into the lead, and poor timing on
more than one occasion caused the
Wolverines to finish the period with a
lone tally.
Hillberg Tallies
Taking up where they left off in
the first period, both teams failed to
make an impression in their oppon-
ents net until in the closing seconds
of the period Bob England, playing
in a defense position neatly picked
up a loose puck, started down the
ice, and did not finish until he had
given Paris a one point lead.
Determined to put the Wolverines
back into the contest, Captain Hill-
berg made his first goal of the night
after a minute play in the third
period. With another tally neces-
sary to win the game Captain Hillberg
teamed up with Al Chadwick, and
within the first five minutes of the
final period Hillberg had scored two
goals and put the Wolverines into the
lead.

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Open House Will Feature Blind Youth Wins Penn's Boudreau's Hitting H&eps
- Award To Ideal Athlete Indians Beat Jersey City
Exhibitions Of Eighteen Sports PHILADELPHIA. March 11.-(N)- ThE leveland Indians.ch 1 -
yA youth who overcame the handicap tered regulars in the lineup, ham-
By ARNOLD DANA . star team and the fraternity all-star of blindness to become captain of mered out 13 hits today to defeat
coming Wednesday, March 15, team. the University of Pennsylvania's Jersey City of the International
red-letter day for the Intra- A.T.O. will be defending its last wrestling team was presented an a- tion game of the season 12 to 10.
Department. For on that day, year's fraternity swimming title in ward tonight as the "member of theIRayWeatherlyOsGrRol
,000 spectators will invade the the I-M pool, and will meet stiff com- senior class who most closely ap- lie Hemsley and LoucaBoure aha
lie HemsleyoandtLousBoudreaueha
iuiain of ness an exert petition from all sides. In the quali- proaches the ideal University of two hits apiece for the Indians.
ranging from archery and fying round on March ,, A.T.O. Pennsylvania athlete."
nton to water polo and wrest- placed five men in the finals, as well Robert George Allman of Philadel- H. W. CLARK
as winning a first place in the dive. phia, who has been blind since he was English Boot and Shoe Maker
ough final plans have not been Their chief competition will come five years old and who wrestles as an 0 Our new'repair department, the
completed, there are several from Phi Gamma Delta, with seven 118-pounder, is the first blind stu- best in the city. Prices are right.
of interest that call for special qualifiers, Sigma Chi with five quali-
ion.fies ad treeplaes n te dvedent in the history of the university, 438 South State and F'actory on
on. fiers and three places in the dive, t etSouth Forest Avenue.
of all, the finals of the fra-1 and S.A.E., with five qualifiers. to wn a varsity letter. SouthForestAvenue.__
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ternity "A and B basketball
leagues as well as the finalists in the
independent "A" league were decided
during the past week, and will take
place on the night of Open House.
In the "A" division of the fraternity
league, Theta Xi will meet Sigma Chi.
The Sigma Chi "B" team will be
defending its title, which it won last
year from A.T.O., when it meets Phi
Delta Theta. In the independent
league, the Badgers, who this week
eked out a 22-21 win over the Eski-
mos, will meet the Senators to decide
the independent championship.
After the sports at the I-M build-
ing have cometo an end, at approxi-
mately 10 o'clock, attention will be
turned to the Coliseum, where the
winner of the first place playoffs in
the fraternity league, Phi Kappa Psi,
will meet the winner of the independ-
ent league, Hiawatha Club, to deter-
mine the campus championship.
One of the chief interest raising
matches will be the squash matches
betw.en Leroy Weir, Earl Riskey,
Sumner Meyers, and John Reindell,
of Detroit. Last year, Weir defeated
Reindell, 15-13, 15-10, 13-15, and
15-9. Should these two be matched
with each other again this year,
Reindell will certainly be out for re-
venge.
The perennial volleyball cham-
pions, the Chinese students, will again
show their wares when they will be
pitted against an all-star team made
up of picked foreign students. The
other volleyball match of the evening
will be between the independent all-
FINAL VICTORY ! ! !
Paris A.C. Pos. Michigan
G. England G James
B. England D Calvert
Granton D Ross
Kempthorne C Hillberg
Midgley W Cooke
Hayward W Chadwick
Paris spares: Farmer, McCutchon,
Fair, Pinkett, Cuthbertson, Green-
way, Wilson.

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Michigan spares: Tobin, Heddle
Cooke Scores and Samuelson.
Equally persistent in seeking a vic- First Period
tory, Art Wilson found the puck in Scoring: Cooke from Hillberg 2:24.
center ice and after circling around Granton unassisted 7:12.
Michigan's defense men he made the Penalty: Wilson.
final goal for Paris, and at the same Second Period
time put the contest back into the Scoring: B. England 19.44.
tie position. Penalties: none.
As the final period was going into Third Period
its closing minutes George Cooke Scoring: Hillberg unassisted 1:09.
brought his hockey career to a close ' Hillberg from Chadwick 3:54.
by soloing down the ice and flipping Wilson unassisted 8:13.
the puck past goalie Greenway to Cooke unassisted 17:21.
cinch the game for the Wolverines., Penalties: Ross.
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