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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1941

RedWi:
Detroit Seeks
To Even Series
Against Bruins
Schmidt, Bauer To Play
For Boston, Reuniting
Famed Sauerkraut Line
(Special to The Daily)
BOSTON, April 7.-One game down
in their- fight for the Stanley Cup,
emblematic of world hockey suprem-
acy, Detroit's surprising Red Wings
will go into battle against the great
Boston Bruins' aggregation tomorrow
night at Boston Gardens in an at-
tempt to even the series at one
apiece..
The Wings will be hampered by the
loss of veteran wingman Eddie Wares
who came up with a bruised shoulder
in Sunday night's contest, won by the
Bruins, 3-2. His place will be taken
by young Ed Bruneteau, who was
taken along to Boston for emergency
duty.
The Bruins likewise will go into the
game in a crippled condition since
Wild Bill Cowley, league's leading
scorer, is not likely to see service. The
famed Sauerkraut Line will probably
start the game intact, however, since
both Bobby Bauer and Milt Schmidt
are ready to go. Bauer missed Sun-
day's game and Schmidt left afterJ
the first period with an injured leg.
Johnnie Mowers, sensational De-
troit goalie, also cane out of the;
initial game somewhat the worse for;
wear but spent most of Monday hav-
ing an injured leg treated and will
definitely play tomorrow.7
The only encouraging feature of
Sunday's game, from a Detroit stand-
point, was the great play of blondl
Connie Brown, erstwhile member of
the Indianapolis Capitols. Brown
made two magnificent assists in the
Wings' third period rally which came
within an ace of tying the score. Al
third attempt, a pass to Sid Abel,i
failed when Frank Brimsek, Bruins'
goalie, came up with a great save of]
Abel's open shot.]
Highlights And I
Of Another G
By WOODY BLOCK
Michigan's record-splashed swim-
mers ended another season Satur-
day night bowing out as National
AAU champions to 'the Chicago
Towers club, the team that supplies
suits for two of the world's greatest
tankmen, Adolph Kiefer and Otto
Jaretz.
Ramblin' through the season, sev-
eral things stand out on this crew
of record-smashers . . . They took
32 different pool, Big Ten and
Niagara Association records for a
ducking . ..won 10 successive dual
meets, two national championships,
the Big Ten and National Collegiate
. . Dependable Fran Heydt, a
senior and one of Mann's married
men, went through the season un-
defeated till he met the master of
all backstrokers, Kiefer . . . Heydt
was never one of Matt's worries
He was always at that finish line
first .
A tankful of thankfuls for . .
fellows like Charley Barker, fastest
sprint man , in the nation .
Worked-out seldom 'cause he didn't
have to . . coolest, calmest man

on the team and the thrashingest in
the water . . . really earned claim
to title of YEAR'S OUTSTANDING
SWIMMER . . . Another tankful to
Jimmy Welsh . . . hardest' worker
on the squad... who suffered a
blow when he was licked twice in the
Collegiates . . . but he just wasn't
in the groove . . . one of the out-
standing distance men in the na-
tion . . . awarded Scalp and Blade's
trophy for the OUTSTANDING
SENIOR SWIMMER ON MICHI-
GAN TEAM . . .
Send a tankful to Gus Sharemet
. . who took more than his share
of beatings this season . . . he
wasn't loafing as many wondered
The Great Gusto redeemed
himself with superb performances in

1

lgs Lose
Slugging Sophomore

/

Wares

For

Second

Stanley

Cup

Battle

Dick Wakefield, Wolverine soph-
omore outfielder, looks like the
batting punch that the Michigan
diamond team needs. Coach Ray
Fisher is counting on him when
the baseball team heads south this
weekend.
AP Baseball
Briefs*..
New York (A) 100 000 000--1- 7-1
Brooklyn (N) 011 000 000-2-10-0
St. Louis (N) 014 013 140--14-20-0
Shrev'p'rt (TL) 000 000 000- 0- 5-0
Cincinnati (N) 000 100 001-2-8-0
Boston (A) 012 002 00x-5-7-1'
Cleveland (A) 200 000 401-7-11-0
New York (N) 100 000 000-1- 7-4
I * *
Chicago (A) 003 100 000-4-11-31
Chicago (N) 012 100 12x-7-14-3
*, * Y

Fisher Looks
Over Hurlers
In Trial Game
By MYRON DANN
After Cliff Wise struck out the
first three batters to face him in yes-
terday's practice game. Coach Ray
Fisher's pitching troubles seemed,
eased. But in the next inning Cliff
was tagged for three runs and four
hits and the varsity mentoris breath-
ing spell was over.
This was the first appearance of
the year for the lanky sophomore and
although he seemed to have plenty of
speed, his curve ball wasn't breaking
the way he wanted it to. He was re-
placed at the end of the third inn-
ing by Maynard Stoddard. The vet-
eran allowed no runs and three hits
and was ahead of most of the batters
that faced him in the three innings
he worked.
King of Swat for the day was Dick
Wakefield, The sophomore bean pole
clouted a home run and a single and
knocked in three runs to pace his
team's attack.
Fisher worked four other pitchers
besides Stoddard and Wise. Neil Muir
hurled the last three innings for the
varsity and allowed only one hit. For
the 'opposition Mase Gould, Charley
Ross and Les Veigel pitched three
innings apiece.
The game was a rather important
one as far as the boys on the team
were concerned because Fisher will
announce today the members who
will compose the squad on their
southern trip starting Thursday.
Phi FteltstLead
All Fraternities
hI I-M LeagUe

don wirtehafter's
DAILY DOUBLE
Are You A Member?. . .
1CHIGAN'SCHAPTER of the second guessers' fraternity has gone hay-.
wire for a change.
They held their semi-annual meeting yesterday and not since the goad
old days when Evashevski sent Harmon through the middle of the Gopher'
line four straight times has there been such a fine turnout of this austere
and upright group.
"Michigan should have at least tied for the National AAU swim-
ming tle," they howled with their super-critical and ever-wagging
tongues, and as usual the second guessers were all wet-
Their basic facts were as follows: (These are the official clockings of the
first two Michigan trios in the final medley relay. These times were taken
by the upstanding and most-revered president of the organization.)
Team A (Finishing second) Team B (Finishing third)
Heydt..... ...........1:00.6 Beebe..................1:00.4
Skinner................1:02.8 J. Sharemet ............ 1:03.8
G. Sharemet .......... .. :52.5 Barker...................52.1

2:56.3

Golfers Get ReadyForTrip
Michigan's golf team is on the on account of cold weather, the
'working hard' list this week as it pre- Wolverines went into action with
pares for its annual invasion of the very little outdoor practice behind
deep South during spring recess. them. Ba : weather has made it hard
Coach Ray Courtright expects to for the boys to get in all the full
take with him a five-man squad com- rounds on the fairway that Court-
posed of Capt. Fred Dannenfelser, right has wished. A handicap is
Dave Osler, Bob Fife, John Barr obvious here as the team's southern
and Ben Smith to protect a tip-top opponents have had a large part of
record set by last year's all-veteran the year for practice.
team. The Wolverines went through Courtright's men' will leave Ann
the spring like a house on fire last Arbor this Friday morning for At-
year, winning all the dual meets of lanta, Ga., where they will open their
their southern schedule and taking season against Georgia Tech on April
a third in the Southern Intercolleg- 14. The linksmen will arrive home on
iate Meet. Monday, April 21 after meeting Uni-
The team is in somewhat the same versity of Tennessee, University of
predicament as it was last year when, Georgia and Ohio State.

2:55.9

ACCORDING TO THESE FIGURES, of that "awful" coach Matthew
Mann would have entered Beebe. Skinner and Barker in his first relay
team, the result would have been as follows: (Times taken from above)
MICHIGAN CHICAGO TOWERS A

Beebe .................. 1:00.4
Skinner ................ .1:02.8
Barker ................. :52.1

Kiefer ................... :5,8.3
Lowe .................. 1:06.3
Jaretz ...................:50.8

2:55.3 2:56.3
IFrom this we can see that the second guessers have doped it out
that Michigan, at its best, could have won the final relay and tied for
the title with its powerful foe from the Windy City.
But, oh deception, thy name is second-guesser. After listening to this
sort of rabble rousing for a good part of the afternoon, the Double did some
investigating of his own. From the AAU records which were left on per-
manent file, we obtained these OFFICIAL splits of the deciding medley

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relay.
Chicago Towers A
Kieferl.......:58.3
Lowe........1:06.3
Jaretz.... ...:50.8

Mictgigan A
Heydt .......1:00.4
Skinner . ... 1:03.5
Sharemet .. :51.7

Michigan B
Beebe .......1:00.6
Sharemet ... 1:03.8
Barker ... :52.5
2:56.9

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Philadelphia (N) 100 100 000-2-5 1 With a lead of almost 80 points,
Ch'rleston (SAL) 021 000 00x--3-7-2 Phi Delta Theta holds down first
place in the fraternity sports league,
Pittsburgh (N) 102 201 000- 6-11-2 with Sigma Chi well settled in sec-
Phi'd'phia (A) 030 034 30x-13-18-1 ond. In the Residence Halls league
Winehell House has a slim margin
[ 3 over second place Wenley House, and
H eadline Stars with the Independents, Robert Owen
is making a runaway race of it,
eat Swim Year with a lead of over 200 points.
The Phi Delts, last year's second
place winners, have won champion-
the AAU's, churning his heart out shies in only two sports, speedball
against the Jarin' Jaretz . . and squash, but their all-around
Give John Sharemet a hand for power has so far overpowered all
rising to heights in the AAU's after opposition and given them a total
a season of sickness . . . His leg of 1060 points. A clean sweep in A
on the medley in Saturday's trials and B basketball, and a victory in re-
and finals was reminiscent of the old lays have helped Sigma Chi to come
John Sharemet . . . And more to from third last year into their pres-
Blake Thaxter who almost won a ent position with 982 points.
bet from his wife by getting in under Williams, with a score of only 765
five minutes in the 440 . . . finally, to Wenley's 740 has a precarious hold
to the rest of a great gang who on first place, and will have a real
poured it on every minute they were job on it's hands to keep it, with
in the water . . . And so ends an- last year's leaders, Lloyd House at
other year of swimming triumphs 722 staying right with Wenley to
for Matt Mann and his assistant, challenge the title-hungry Williams
Harvey Muller team.
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2:55.4

2:55.9

From these OFFICIAL AAU figures, we can see how cracked our sec-
ond-guessing friends have been. Michigan's best combination in the Satur-
day race was Michigan's BEST COMBINATION. There isn't a coach in
the business that could have done better . . . not even that most honorable
president of the Michigan chapter of second-guessers.
So until George Ceithaml calls the old statue of liberty play next
year when an ordinary end run would have meant the ball game, per-
haps we have heard the end of the second-guessers. Nothing would
be sweeter.
THE CROWD WAS YELLING to throw rotund Stanley Brauninger into
the pool after his Chicago Towers team had copped the AAU title . . .
Thank your heavens they didn't make the heave . . . The chubby one who
had coached six National AAU champions before last week CANNOT SWIM
He will accompany Jaretz, Kiefer and Tom Haynie to Haiwaii this sum-
mer for an exhibition tour
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