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TH E MICHIGA N D ALY SUNDAY, MAC 1, 1944

Zivic Fights Twice Before Induction

PITTSBURGH, March 11.-(L)-
Fritzie Zivic, last-and fightin'est-
of the Five Flying Zivics, tosses away
his trunks to don an Army uniform
early next month, but he has a bit of
unfinished ring business before he
makes his final bow.
"I didn't want to leave without
taking a couple more cracks n the
ring," he chattered tonight-after a
busy day cleaning up odds and ends
of his manifold businesses. "I might
not get another chance. I'm in the
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big fight now. That's what I wanted."
Then the Fritz-eroo, who holds alla
free-style records for tossing words
around, explained that he has a
fight in Milwaukee, Wis., scheduled;
March 24, against an opponent yetc
to be named, and another in Eliza-
beth, N.J., March 29, with Freddie
Archer in the other corner.
"They'll be my first fights since I
broke my hand on Jake La Motta's
head Jan. 14. That's a long time for
me to be out of the ring. Almost_

two months. I'll win both of them,"
he clipped in his rapid-fire delivery.
Those will be his 177th and 178th
bouts since he turned professional in
1931-an average of more than one
a month.
All freshmen or upperclassmen
who are interested in trying out
for The Daily Sports Staff are re-
quested to come to a meeting at
4:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Publica-
tions Building.

IrishI Triumph
SOUTH BEND, Ind., March 11.-
(/P--Snaring eight firsts in 13 events
and tallying in all but one, Notre
Dame's indoor t'ack team scored a
surprise triumph over Western Mich-
igan and Marquette today. The Irish
rolled up 69' points to 38'l2 for
Western Michigan and 33 for favored
Marquette Hilltbppers.
Featuring the meet was the dis-
tance-running Notre Dame trio of
Frank Martin, John Lyons and Mike
Kiely, who finished the mile run in
a three-way first place tie and col-
lared three of the first four spots in
the two-mile. Lyons captured the
latter event, with Martin second
and Kiely fourth.
Byford Barr of Western Michigan
carried of scoring honors.

Lach Makes Las-Minute Goal

MONTREAL, March 11.-P)--El-
mer Lach's goal with less than a
minute to go broke up a hard-fought
National Hockey League game mere
tonight and gave the Montreal Cana-
diens a 4-3 victory over the Detroit
Red Wings.
The goal, scored before a sell-out
crowd of almost 12,000, gave the
league-leaders their tenth straight
victory and their 23rd game on home
ice without defeat this season. The
win also gave the Canucks 77 points
to tie the league Point record for the'
season.
The league-leaders have four more
games in which to set a new record.
Little Conny Dion starred for the
Wings, putting ofi save after save

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as Canadiens drove in on him, par-
ticularly in the last ten minutes. It
was Conny Dion here, with residents
of the little Quebec town of Asbestos
turning out to honor the home-town
boy, and Dion rose to spectacular
heights for the occasion.
Irish Release
SOUTH BEND, Ind., March 11.-
(!P)-Notre Dame will start football
relations with Dartmouth and Tulane
for the first time this fall, including
the tvo schools on a 10-game sched-
ule announced today.
The Dartmouth game will be play-
ed in Boston, inarking the first time
the Irish have appeared in New Eng-
land since the 1914 Yale game. The
Tulane 'contest is one of four home
games for Notre Dame. The tr~adi-
tional Navy game will be played in
Baltimore, and the Army game will
be in New York as usual.
The 1944 schedule will be submitted
for approval of the faculty board in
control of athletics. School author-
ities also announced that spring foot-
ball practices would open at Notre
Dame on St. Patrick's Day, next Fri-
day.

Three Western Iehigan Cagers
Named on All-State College Squad
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Herbert Takes
600-a rd R un
NEW YORK, March 11.- (A:)-
James Herbert of NeWv York defeated
John T. Fulton of the San Francisco
Olympic club in the Knights of Co-
lumbus 600-yard run tonight at Mad-
ison - Square Garden in one of the
most thrilling races of the year.
Their duel down the final straight-
away pulled every one of the 16,00
:pectators out of their seats and the
two reached the tape in the identical
time of .1:13.5, although Herbert, for-
mer world record holder at the dis-
tance, was out in front by the margin
of a deep breath.
Fulton reached the quarter in :52.5
and was in front virtually all the
rest of the way, Herbert drawing
even and then ahead in the final
strides.
Dates for Second VicLory
Golf C hamr~pionrsip Given
CHICAGO, March 11.-(GLP)- The
second victory National Golf cham-
pionship will be held June 28 through
July 2 at Fdgewater Golf Club, offi-
cials of. the Chicago District Golf
Association, sponsor of the meet, re-
vealed today.
The prize list will be boosted from
the $2,000 in var bonds of last year's
inaugural event: to $10,000 in bonds,
plus a good amount of cash.

DETROIT, March 11.-t()-Three
members of the giant-killing West-
ern Michigan team-forward Lewis
Lang, center John Cawood and guard
Marvin Bylsma-were named today
by the Detroit Free Press to an all-
state college basketball squad.
The honor squad was rounded out
by forward. Dave Strack of Michigan,

who was designated as captain, and
guard Bill Coulthard of Detroit Tech.
Second team selections were Tom-
my King, Michigan, and Sam For-
tino, Central Michigan, forwards; El-
roy Hirsch, Michigan, center; Del
Loranger, Western Michigan, and
Joey Smith, Detroit, guards.

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Art, New York City. Open daily 9 to
5, through March 27; ground floor
corridor, Architecture Building. The
public is invited.
Events Today
Ruth Berge, organist, will present
a recital in partial fulfillment of the
requirements for the degree of Mas-
ter of Music at 8:30 p.m. this eve-
ning in Hill Auditorium. She is a
student of PalmerChristian.
Miss Berge's program will incilde
compositions by Bach, Franck, De-
Lamarter,. Jepson and Sowerby and
will be open to the general public
wvithout; charge.
The Congregational-Disciples Guild
will meet at the Congregational
Church at 5:0 o'clock for a student-
led discussion on "My Philosophy of
Life." A cost supper will be served at
5:15 p.m. The discussion will follow
at 5:45. The program will close with
a brief worship service in time for
men to return to barracks for the
seven o'clock muster.
Gamma Delta, Lutheran Student
Club, will have a supper meeting
today at the Lutheran Student Cen-
ter, 1511 Washtenaw. Meet for social
half hour , at 5. Supper at 5:30.
Address atG 6:15 by the Rev. R. W.
Hahn, of Oak Park, Ill., Director of
Student Welfare Work of the lEvan-
gelical Lutheran Church (Missouri
Synod).
The Miclaigan Christian Fellowship
will meet this afternoon at 4:30 in
the Fireplace Room, Lane Hall. Lloyd
Young, student at the University of
Michigan and pastor of the Baptist
Church in Northville, Mich., will
speak. All students and servicemen
are especially invited.
Comninig Events
French Lecture: Dr. Jan F. Iostie,
lecturer, the Regional Study Pro-
gram, will give the fifth of the
F rench lIectures sponsored by the
CerlehFrancais, Thursday, Mach 16,
at 4:10 p.m. in Rm. D, Alumni Mem-
orial Hall. The title of the lecture is:
"La Belgique et l'Europe Nouvelle."
Due to conflicts with newly an-
nounced Oratorical Association lec-
tures, Mr. Hostie's lecture as well as
the last two French lectures in the
series will take place at 4:10 p.m. in
Rm. D, Alumni Memorial Hall, but at
the same dates as previously an-
nounced. Admission by ticket. Ser-
vicemen free.
Research Club: The March meet-
ing of the Research Club will be held
in the amphitheatre of the Rackham
Building, Wednesday evening, March
15, 1944, at eight o'clock. The follow-
ing papers will be read: "Shake-
speare's Coriolanus, a Tragedy in
Class Struggle" by Professor Paul
Mueschke and "Electron Diffraction
Studies on Metallic Surfaces" by Pro-
fessor Lawrence O. Brockway.
Sgt. Richard Flewell, Co. C, ASTP,
will be heard in a recital at 8:30 p.m.,
Tuesday, March 14, in the Assembly
Hall of the Rackham Building. His
program of compositions for the
piano will include works of Mozart,
Bach, Schubert, Schumann, Chopin
and Brahms, in addition to a group
of modern pieces. The public is cor-
dially invited.
Phi Eta Sigma: Initiation will be
held today at the League. The pro-
gram will start at 12:30 p.m. With the

in the Rackham Building. Speakers
and their subjects will be: Dr. Ollie
L. Backus, "Experiments in the Syn-
thesis of Clinical Methods into a Pro-
gram of Rehabilitation;" Mrs. Lila
Pargment, "The Russian Theatre."
Conmmittees for Spanish Play: All
members of the committees for bus-
iness, publicity and production are
requested to meet Monday, March.-
13, at 7:00 psm. in Rm. 408 of the
Romance Languages Building. Any-
one interested in working on then
technical aspects of the production
is invited to attend this meeting.
Mathematics Club will meet Tues-
day evening, March 14, at 8 o'clock,.
in the West Conference Room, Rack-
ham Bldg. Dr. Toralballa will speak
on "A Generalization of Finite Inte-
gr'ation."
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