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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JUNE 10,

Wolverines

Finish

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NCAA

Track

Meet

DID YQ1 K NOW?4
By MURRAY GRANT
HAT FRITZ CRISLER, athletic letters in baseball and football and
director of Michigan, has the also took 2 more awards in track.
distinction of being one of the two Snow was the captain of the point-
nine-letter men ever to come out of a-minute team of Fielding Yost
the University of Chicago. He re- that - scored 49 points to defeat
ceived three letters in baseball, foot- Stanford in the first Rose Bowl
ball and basketball. game in 1901.
. That in his seven years as head . . That Michigan's 1943 swim-
coach at Michigan, Crisler's teams ming team set an American record
have won 48 games, lost 11 and tied 2. for the 300 yard medley relay. They
That Michigan's football covered the distance in 2:50.9. And
coaching staff has three former the team consisted of Captain John
All-Americans. They are Bennie Patten,. Harry Holiday and Irving
Oosterbaan, who was All-Ameri- 'Einbinder.
en end in 1925, 26, 27, Clarence . . .That Adolph "Germany" Schul-
"Biggie" Munn, an All-American t , center for Wolverine footbal.
guard at Minnesota in 1930 and 31, tcams in 1905, 06 and 07, was chosen
and Earl Martineau an Al-Aeri on the official All Time All-Ame-
an al Mrtinea All-Am can team picked by Parke H. Davis,
can also from Minnesota. leading football authority.
. . . That Don Lund, who won his . , . That Matt Mann, Wolverine
ninth letter recently, is the seventh swimming coach, won the British
Michigan man to do so. The others Empire free style swimming cham-
are Norman J. Daniels, Robert J. pionship at the age of 16. And
Dunne, Harry G. Kipke, Russell D. that in 21 years of coaching at
Oliver, Bennie Oosterbaan and Daniel Michigan, he has brought home 1"
Smick. National Collegiate championships
. . That Michigan's only 10 letter and has never finished worse than
winner .was Neil Snow, who won 4 second in any of the others.

Naval Academy Scores 62 Points
To Take 24th National Encounter

Hunies Run 14thi
"De- e~at" M lc
By BILL MULLENDORE
SpeciaL to The DaUy
MILWAUKEE, June 9-A gallant
seven-man Michigan track squad
went all-out here tonight to win first
place in the annual NCAA Track and
field meet, but had to be content with
third as powerful Navy and Illinois
contingents copped first and second.
The Wolverines scored 54 3/4
points, while the winning 20-man
Navy aggregation piled up 62. Illi-
nois' second place total was 58 3/4.
In what Coach Ken Doherty called
"one of the finest team perform-
ances in my experience with Michi-
gan track squads," the Wolverines
led most of the way, but Navy's
strength in the field events proved the
deciding factor.
Humes Brilliant
Ross and Bob Hume closed out
their Michigan careers with brilliant
performances as they crossed the fin-
ish line arm in arm to win the mile.
Judges gave Ross the decision in
4:18.5, but the consensus of opinion
was that the race ended in a dead
heat.
Ross Hume came back to win the
half-mile in 1:55.7, as Archie Parsons
crossed the line in third place. Run-

ning with only 40 minutes rest, Bob McNab we
Hume placed fifth in the two-mile for fourth
Conference two-mile champ Charlie high jump
Birdsall cut 14 seconds off his best Besides7
previous time for that event as he double win
covered the distance in 9:31, but got Walker, It
only a third in a star-studded field. dler, who t
Forrestal Boxed hurdles.
Wolverine quarter-miler Dick For- Yesten
restal ran a courageous race in the tweerlI
440 to finish second a scant foot be- at Cou
hind winner Bill Kash of Navy. For- C
restal was boxed at the start and ten of
had to outrun the whole field in the tan for
stretch. The winning time was rain. Tr
49.8. was thu
Michigan's other two entrants, Bob 2 2thu
Thomason and John McNab, also feet slat
broke into the scoring column. Thom- feet vi
ason finished fifth in the mile, and

ound up in a five-way tie
and fifth places in the
Ross Hume, the only other
aner of the meet was George
llinois' star freshman hur-
took both the high and low
day's baseball game be-
ichigan and Ohio State
rmbus was called at the
one inning of play. Each
ad scored one run when
ced the abrupt termina-
lie 1945 Wolverine season
s concluded, with a record
ns in 21 starts and a per-
e in the Conference with
tories.

THE LAST MILE-Michigan's famous Hume twins, Ross and Bob, ran
their last races for the Wolverines yesterday when they competed in the
NCAA Track and Field meet at Milwaukee.
CLASS WILL TELL:
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Tynpo Compete InOlympics

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By CHUCK LEWIS
One thousand Marine and Navy
personnel will participate in the Navy
Olympics on Wednesday, June 13
from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. EWT (6:00 to1
8:00 p.m. CWT).,
This will be the culmination of
intra-battalion competition for the
semester. Throughout the year five
service teams have been competing
for the battalion champion, which
will be crowned at the Olympics. At
the present, the NROTC contingent
is leading the field.
NRO's Win in Basketball
In the basketball finals the NROTC
edged out Battalion 1, 48-46. The
members of the champion team were
Fuller, Gohman, Lohman, Miller,
Schrum, Smith, Speigel, Stevens. and
Wilson.
In the swimming meet held at the
Navy Sports Carnival, the NRO's
won, accumulating a total of 39
points to 37 for the second place
teams, the Marines and Battalion
No. 2. Ralph Chubb was the leading
point winner for the victors.
Neff High Man in Gymnastics
The NRO's also won the gym-
nastics contest amassin; 43 points.
Battalions 3 and 2 and 26% and 26
points, respectively. The high indi-
vidual scorer was NROTC Glen Neff
who scored 21%' points. Bill Smith of
Battalion 2 was runner-up with 20 1/2
The finals in volleyball and paddle-
ball were also held during the Sports
Carnival. In volleyball,. Battalion 1
defeated the Marines:, 15-6 and 15-3,
while Battalion 2 edged the NRO's

in paddleball, 4-3. The tennis champs
are the NROs who took the title
match from Battalion No. 3. Roger
Lewis and Jack Hersch of the varsity
tennis team were members of the
winning contingent.
Marines Win Fitness Tests
There was also competition in the
Navy Standard Physical Fitness
Te,.ts. These tests consist of five
events designed to test strength, en-
durance, stamina, and some degree
of agility. The tests include squat
thrusts, push-ups, sit-ups, squat
jumps, and pull-ups. In competition
in these events, the Marines edged
out Battalion 2 and NROTC with
62.43 to 60.36 and 60.27 for the sec-
ond and third place teams.
Detroit Defeats
(higo I Ninth
DETROIT , June 9-(/P)-A pair of
Detroit pitchers proved far, more ef-
fective at bat than on the mound to-
day a,: the Tigers came from behind
witl four n s in tle ninth to edge 1
the Chicago White Sox 7 to 6 and,
hold the American League lead.
Les Mueller, Tiger starter, gave
six runs and 13 hits in seven innings
but belted a two-run homer during a
three-run Detroit rally in the fifth.
Zeb Eaton, who relieved MueUer in
the eighth, allowed two hits and a
pair of walks, but doubled off the left
field wall, driving in two runs.

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TEAMS W L
Detroit ..........24 16
New York.. . . ....26 18
Boston ..........23 21
St. Louis . ........21 20
Cleveland .......19 21
Chicago .........20 23
Washington .....20 23
Philadelphia .....16 27

Pct
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SATURDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 7, Chicago 6.
New York 13, Boston 7.
Cleveland 2, St. Louis 1.
Washington 3, Philadelphia, 2.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York..... ..28 16 .636..
x-St. Louis ......25 18 .581 2!
x-Brooklyn ......23 20 .535 4%
x-Pittsburgh ... .23 20 .535 41/
Chicago .........21 19 .525 5
Cincinnati .......2121 .500 6
Boston .......... 20 21 .488 6%
x-Philadelphia . .10 36 .217 19
x-Does not include night games.
SATURDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 4, New York 0.
Chicago 5, Cincinnati 1.

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