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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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DAIL Y
DOUBLE

Chicago House
Sigma Chi Cop
Hoop Crowns,

Thomas Finally Comes Through\
Junior Track Star Stages Successf-u stComeback After Leg Injury
TIo Bring Varsity Points In Sprints, Hurdles And Relays

Pes Planus, Eh? . .
ASSOCIATED PRESS FLASH from
Lakeland, Fla. ..."Big Hank
Greenberg, the Detroit Tigers' slug-
ging outfielder, today took up where
he left off last fall, by banging the
first pitch in his first time up in an
intra-squad game for a home run
with two men on base."
Poor Hank . . The Double indeed
feels sorry for the unfortunate big
guy '. . Imagine running around
all those bases with those awful flat
feet.
TALKING ABOUT the draft, it
seems they couldn't find any de-
fective tootsies on former Wolver-
ine star Elmer Gedeon . . . Clark
Griffith's lanky outfielder left for
training camp yesterday . . . Add
Bill Cartmill to your list of Michi-
gan athletes with low draft num-
bers . . . The new Wolverine cage
captain, who recently decided to
stay in school another year, has
been informed by his local board
that he will be called shortly after
next September . . Cartmill is
working out with the baseball team
at present . . He is quite a star,
they say . . . Coach Fisher keeps
asking him, "Are you sure you
have had high school experience?'"
TE CAN hardly wait until the
.'"Harmon of Michigan" picture
comes to town . . The Double has
already applied for his tickets to see
the Wolverine Gable and intends to
sit through at least three shows .
Wouldn't miss that epic for the
world . . It will no doubt be a
melodrama, or something . . . In-
cidentally, Harmon is still playing
basketball occasionally with the
Hammond All-Stars . . . Traveled to
Memphis, Tenn. last week to meet the
Original Celtics and will also play in
Des Moines in the very near future.
THEY ARE SAYING big things
about Ramblin' Roy Schwarzkopf
down Yale way these days . . . The
Eli frosh smashed the old Cage
record with a 4:22 mile timing last
week . . . Charley Hoyt claims
him a better freshman prospect
than brother Ralph was . . He al-
most came to Michigan, you might
remember . . . Ralph is running
against Rice, Lash and the rest
again Sunday in Cleveland.
. . . The DOUBLE lifts his hat to
sports ed JohnhDietrich from Ohio
State. . . The guy finally comes
through with a statement that carries
some sense . . . "When at the end
of the year," he says, "sports writers
start selecting their athlete-of-the-
year, comeback-of-the-year and what
have you, a strong contender for the
team-of-the-year will be the Michi-
gan swimmers.
"While there are some things in
that are not so pretty," John con-
tinues, "no one can deny that the
team as constituted is certainly
one of the greatest, probably the
greatest, of all time."
You're right, John, darn right ...
The only thing not so pretty in the
picture was Mike Peppe's face whe.
he saw the final score . . . Michigan
87, the entire rest of the Conference,
85 . . . I imagine Dietrich would be
awful sore at his track team if , he
knew they gave the Double a bed to
sleep in at Lafayette Saturday night
. . . Haw.

Robert Owen Quintet Wins
Independent Loop Title;
Psi U Is Swim Champ1
By BOB SHOPOFF and DON MELA1
A crowd of 3,000 spectators wit-
nessed the Intramural Department's,
Thirteenth Annual Open House pro-,
gram at the Sports Building last;
night, and saw eleven individual and,
team titles decided.
Center of attraction for the eve-;
ning was the basketball court, where
three teams were crowned cham-
pions. Chicago House nosed out
Michigan House, 27-24, to win the
Residence Hall title. Paul White led
the winners' attack, while Wayne
Christenson scored 15 points for the
losers.
Sigs Top Theta Xi
The new Fraternity champs were
the Sigma Chi's as they walked away'
from Theta Xi in the last half to
a 33-20 victory. Jack Cory and
Charles Giesen looped in ten and
nine points, respectively, for the win-
ners.
Robert Owens Co-op defeated the
Wolverines for the Independent
championship by a 25-15 scone. Gar-
by of Robert Owens made eight tal-
lies for the winers.
Six Residence Hall wrestling cham-
pions were determined. The title win-
ners were: 128-lbs.-Fred Hirshman
(Greene), 135-lbs.-Bill Sherman
(Winchell), 145-lbs.-Minom Toga-
saki (Lloyd), 155-lbs.-Pete Speek
(Greene), 165-lbs.-Bill Crecreft
(Greene), and 175 -bs .-Tom Cole-
mn (Prescott). Stan Dearborn won
the Independent 175-lbs. class title.
Boxing Matches Shown
Exhibition boxing matches were
given by Eddie Scott, Howard Hal-
skead, Bruce Scheffer, Clarence Ket-
tinger, Cliff Dance, John Hocking,
Giles Tielk and John Vaughn.
Robert Owens House and Winchell
House, Zeca Beta Tau and Alpha
I Omega, Ann Arbor YMCA State
champs and YMCA Veterans put on
some interesting volleyball exhibi-
tions.
In the pool Wenley House retained
the Residence Hall swimming cham-
pionship by nosing out Adams House,
32-29, in a thrilling meet which was
not decided until the last event. Ed
Shaw led the victors in the 25-yard
breast stroke, and then joined the
medley relay team in the final race
to help win the crown for Wenley.
Psi U Paces Swimmers
Psi Upsilon annexed the Fraternity
championship with a total of 25
points, besting Sigma Chi with 19
points and Delta Tau Delta, which
scored 15 points. After winning the
50-yard free style, Lou Haughey of
Psi U immediately swam in the 220-
yard free style and copped fourth
place.
Gerry Schaflander beat Doug Hill-
man quite handily, 6-3, 7-5, to annex
the all-campus winter tennis crown.
After Bill MacRitchie had copped the
badminton title from John Willis,
1,15, 15-7, 3-1, the Detroit Badmin-
ton Club put on an exhibition dem-
onstrating the techniques of the
game.'
It was all Phi Delta Theta as they
whipped Chi Psi, 3-0, to gain the
Fraternity squash championship. In
the exhibition matches, Leroy Weir,
tennis coach, beat John Reindell,
Stan Burton bested Marvin Niehuss,

By HAL WILSON
It's always easy to write a success
story.
Unl~e most tales of athletes and
their activities, you don't have to
toss superlatives around building up
some obscure sports event; you don't
have to stir your imagination in an
effort to make a rehash of a past
encounter satisfy the public's critical
appetite; you don't have to alibi a
defeat, or make an easy win appear a
magnificent feat. All that's neces-
sary is to state a few simple facts,
letting them speak for themselves.
Take the case of Michigan's junior
trackman, Al Thomas. A! was quite
a star as a scholastic cinderman in
Detroit's Cooley High School. Com-
peting his senior year in the Metro-
politan Indoor championships, Thom-
as's piston-like legs churned him to
individual titles in three events and
played a large part in Cooley's cap-
turing of the team crown.
Then Thomas caine to Michigan.
As a freshman he lived up to all
advance notices. The following year
he was counted on for plenty of val-
uable points in the 60-yard dash and
the low hurdles.
But in his initial appearance as a
varsity trackman at the Illinois Re-
lays in Champaign last year, Al pulled
a leg muscle. He tried hard to work;
out' the injury, but it responded to
treatment slowly. Along came the out-
door season and it still persisted, ren-
dering him ineffective all spring.
This fall Thomas was a mighty
discouraged lad. But he kept working
and working, until finally, on the
surface at least, his leg troubles had
disappeared. Coach Ken Doherty
brought him along slowly in the cur-
rent campaign, allowing the former,
drive and power to return. At first'

Puckmen Meet,
Illinois Today
At Champaign
Wolverines Are Given Little
Chance Of Gaining Upseti
Over Title Bound Illini
(Continued from Page 1)
and Saturday's contests. Capt.
Charley Ross, wingman Jimmy Lot-
ett, center Fred Heddle, and Bert
Stodden, star defenseman, are all
planning to take their leave of the
Michigan campus in June and there~
isn't one in the four who isn't more
than anxious for victory.
Especially to husky Bert Stodden
would a victory be sweet. The blond
back-liner had more than a little
trouble with a certain member of the
Illinois outfit when the Illini played
in Ann Arbor last week.
This was Amo Bessone who, as
far as style of play is concerned, is
an 'exact counterpart of the Michi-
gan defenseman. Both boys play de-
fense, both are rather small and both
delight in a good rough bit of bodily
contact.-
In last Saturday's game here, the
two met just once too often for the
peace of mind of Stodden who came
off the boards with his fists flying.
It took 'a good dozen people to separ-
{ ate the two, and authough both say
they have forgiven, it's pretty plain
l that neither has forgotten.
It is likely that both Coach Eddie
Lowrey of the Wolverines and, Vie
Heyliger, the Illinois mentor, will
start their second front lines and
hold their first combinations in re-
serve.

Big Ten, Eastern
Trackmen Hold
Indoor Records
NEW YORK, March 12.-(OP)-The
Big Ten and the major eastern col-
leges still are supreme in the rather
narrow world of college indoor track,
but results of this winter's meets in.
dicate their supremacy may soon be
challenged.
The best performances of the five.
college meets follow:
60-yard dash, 6.3 seconds: Franck,
Minnesota (Big Ten); Stickel,
Pittsburgh"(IC4-A); Walters, Mis-
sour (Big Six); Carter, Titt (CC).
440-yards Run, 48.4: Cochran, In-
diana (Big Ten).
880-yard-Run, 1:54.4: Katie, In-
diana (Big Ten).
Mile Run, 4:12: MacMitclell,
N.Y.U. (IC4-A).
Two-mile Run, 9:30: Wilt, Indi-
ana (Big Ten).
Mile Relay, 3:20.3: MICHIGAN
(Big Ten).
High Jump, 6 ft. 5% in.: Blount,
Dartmouth (IC4-A).
Broad Jump, 23 ft. 9 in.: Blount,
Dartmouth (IC4-A).
Pole Vault, 13 ft. 10% in.: Wil-
liams, Wisconsin (Big Ten).
Shot Put, 56 ft. 6 in.: Blozis,
Georgetown (IC4-A).
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SPEEDY AL THOMAS .. . produces for Doherty
Thomas ran only the longer and less out performers. He pushed Minne-
muscle-rending 440-yard dash for the sota's George Franck and Northwest-
Wolverines, em's Myron Piker all the way to cop
Then in the triangular meet against third in the 60 in a virtual blanket
Michigan State and Michigan Norm-
al at East Lansing, the Detroit speed- I finish; he bettered the listed Amer-
ster started for the first time in the ican Indoor time for the 70-yard low
75-yard dash. And he won, but what hurdles in taking another third, scant
was even more significant, his leg inches behind Illinois' Don Olsen
felt no ill effects whatsoever. and Wright; then to top it off he
The rest is well known to Wolverine turned in a blazing quarter for his
cinder fans. Al pushed Ohio's great leg of Michigan's winning mile re-
Bob Wright to a new low hurdle lay quartet.
record in the Buckeye dual meet. These are, the facts.. Thomas is still
Came last week's all-important Con- j improving. There's, no telling what
ference meet, and Thomas bobbed up he might do at the Butler Relays
9s one of Michigan's surprise stand- Saturday at Indianapolis.

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THE PROBABLE
MICHIGAN
Loud G
Gillis D
Stodden D
Heddle C
Collins W
Bahrych w

LINEUPS
ILLINOIS
Killen
(c) Ziemba
Bessone
Owen
Gannon
Kopel

Natators Should Have Easy Job
With Wayne Squad Saturday-IF

By WOODY BLOCK
Michigan will administer another
swimminglesson to Wayne University
Saturday night.
The Wolverines will meet the Tar-
tars in a return engagement at De-
troit for the third time in the his-
tory of the two schools, and if a
certain few things fail to happen a
certain few people will surely be sur-
prised.
IF: Michigan doesn't win by more
than 51-33, the score of the first
Wayne-Michigan meet this year,
Matt Mann will begin to think his
champions are slipping.
IF: Gus Sharemet doesn't whip
a guy by the name of Bill Prew in the
50 or 100 yard races-well, he'll
have a couple of more chances in
the National Collegiate and National
AAU meets.
IF: The Wolverines don't sweep the
back and breast stroke events you
and Marion Kellogg whipped Warn-
er Baird.-
Al Isreal and Seymour Mark suc-
cessfully defended their handball
doubles championship by beating Ed
Zerdon and Bert Zheutlin, 21-16,
21-14. In the feature handball ex-
hibition match, Milton Lappin and Al
Zerbo, National 'Y' champions,
gained another victory over Dixie
Davis and George Miller of the To-
ledo YMCA.
Delta Kappa Epsilon won the hock-
ey championship by defeating Phi
Kappa Psi, 4-0, at the Coliseum.

might as well tear up that old draft
questionnaire-for the world will
soon be coming to an end, anyway.
IF: The impending clash of four
of the country's finest sprinters,
Charley Barker, Gus Sharemet, Guy
Lumsden, and Bill Prew doesn't come
close to setting a record in the 50
and century races-both Matt Mann
and Leo Maas, Wayne mentor, will
publicly eat broadcloth.
IF: Jack Wolin approaches the
form he showed in the Michigan
AAU meet here when he licked Bob
Gardner, Wayne's ace is in for a re-
peat performance.
IF: Franny Heydt doesn't show up
for the meet don't be disturbed; he's
going to Cleveland to win himself
a National Junior AAU title.
IF: Wayne isn't the bravest swim-
ming team in these wide United
States for daring to meet mighty
Michigan twice in one season and
taking their beatings with a smile-
you've got another guess coming.
IF: Yale and Ohio State were only
half so brave and would just meet
Mann's squad ONCE the entire Wol-
verine team would jump for joy and
that's no kidding!

fank Hits First Ho6mer
LAKELAND, Fla., March 12.-(/P)-
Big Hank Greenberg, the Detroit
Tigers' slugging outfielder, today
took up where he left off last fall
by banging the first pitch in his first
time up in an. intra-squad game for
a home run, with two men' on base.-
Batting in his usual clean-up spot,
Greenberg teed off on the first offer-
,ing of rookie Hal Manders, lifting it
over the centerfield wall 340 feet
away, but it wasn't enough to win for
the regulars, who dropped a 6 to 4
seveh-inning decision to the recruits.

ALTERNATES
MICHIGAN: Ross, W; Goldsmith,
C; Fife, W; Corson, C; Lovett, W;
Petritz, W; Bradley, W.
ILLINOIS: Jaworek, D; Sterle,
C; Priestley, W; Lotzer, W.
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Results of postal meets with the
plebe cindermen of seven other
schools seem to indicate that the 1941
edition of the freshman track ag-
gregation is the spittin' image of the
all-conquering 1940 crew:
Michigan 71 273, Ohio State 32 2/3.
Michigan 75, Iowa 29.
Michigan 821/3, Purdue 21 2/3.
Michigan 51, Wisconsin 47.
Michigan 822, Notre Dame 211/2.
Michigan,59 5/6, Michigan State
39 1/6.
Michigan 68, Missouri 37.
Concerning the boys who make up
this invincible cinder aggregation:
Crown jewel of the collection at this
writing is Ernie Leonardi, distance
runner par excellence, whose phe-
nomenal 9:41 two mile is the best
freshman time since Ralph Schwarz-
kopf set the 9:31.7 record four years
ago. In addition, Ernie has also run
the best frosh'mile to date, a spark-
ling 4:28.7.
But Ernie is only one of many stu-
dents.,Merv Pregulman's 43-foot, 7-
inch shotput took first in all seven
meets, and Chuck Pinney likewise
made a clean sweep of the 65-yard
low hurdles with his :07.6 which

and in addition he copped the 440
six out of seven times with :51.6.
And finally, Allan Mactier's mark
of :08.8 in the 65-yard high hurdles,
Roosevelt Stiger's broad jump of 21
feet, 8 inches, and John Ingersoll's
1:59.6 half mile showed up remark-
ably well in the inter-collegiate com-
parisons,

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