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TlC MICHIGA N DA ILY

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Opens

1944 Season

Cagers Down Broncos, 50-35, Clever Diving Show
For Sixth Straight Victory Highlights Swim Meet

Ramblers Take Ponsetto on .All Blocking' Team
Superbombers CHATTANOOGA, Dec. 16--OP)-Army, the nation's top ranking
team, placed three men on an All-America blocking team chosen
,B-y 13-6 Margannually by sports editor Wirt Gammon of the Chattanooga Times,
i was announced toda.

KALAMAZOO, Mich., Dec. 16.-
(I)-University of Michigan rang up
its sixth straight basketball victory
of the season here tonight, handing
Western Michigan a 50-35 defeat as
forward Keith Harder of the Wol-
verines scored 14 points.s
The Wolverines, chalking up their
second win over the Broncos this
season and their eighth of 14 games
in the all-time series with Western,
started slowly and trailed 5-0 after
the first eight minutes of play.

Kell started hitting and the Michigan
offense began to click for the first
time.
Western fell apart under the last
half pressure, started wasting long
shots and Michigan coasted in.
A crowd of approximately 3,5001
fans watched the game.I
harder Is High Scorer .
Harder's 14 points on six baskets
and two free throws easily won high
scoring honors, though John Mul-
laney, Wolverine forward, counted
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Wolverine 200-Yard Relay Team Shines;
High School Star Takes Backstroke

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Western held a 17-16 lead at the 11 points.
half before Michigan tied it up at John Buscher of College Corner,
21-all. The Wolverines then counted 0., Western Michigan guard, led the
nine straight points to grab a 30-21 Broncos with nine points on two field
margin as Harder and guard Walter goals and five free throws.
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By BUD ROVIT senior at Arthur Hill High School in
Michigan's Natatorium was the Saginaw drove through the water to
scene of many aquatic thrills and outsprint Wolverine, Jordan Pulford
excitement as the 1944 Michigan and also Eddie Beckman, another
AAU's were run off in conjunction product of Arthur Hill.
with a colorful array of other pool Kessler Paced by Upthegrove
activities. Kessler, in the 100-yard breast-
Captain Mert Church copped the stroke final, showed his usual form
AAU 50-yard freestyle honors, while in beating out Bill Upthegrove from
the sophomore sensation, Heini Kess- Ann Arbor High in the fairly fat time
ler, did the same in the 100-yard of 65.7 seconds. Upthegrove looked
breaststroke. quite promising, and should be heard
The number one Wolverine 200- from soon in the future.
yard free-style relay team churned In the diving championship, Ben
through the water to run away with Cimpriani from the Boy's Club in
the prize in that particular event. Detroit just edged out Bobbie Root
Griswald Climaxes Program of Battle Creek.
Climaxing the evening's program Kogan Edges Out Mann
were the hilarious antics of the great In the strenuous 220 freestyle
comedian of the springboard, Larry sprint, Bill Kogan former Maize and
Griswald. For a full fifteen minutes, Blue merman, edged out Matt Mann
the packed bleachers rocked with III, after taking fourth place in the
laughter in appreciation of the mas- 50-yard freestyle. Kogan, who did a
ter comedian. lot of swimming for Coach Mann
In the 50-yard freestyle event before his induction into the Army,
which Church captured, Chuck Fries still retains his proficiency.
put on a noble last lap kick only to One of the sensations of the eve-
lose to his team captain by a length. ning was a 25-yard handicap for
This duo looks great so far this sea- boys under 16. Little Petie Fries sped
son, and Coach Matt Mann will ex- through the water in an emulation of
pect them to run rampant over all his older brother, Chuck, leaving his
competition in the forthcoming competitors in his wake. His time for
meets. the lap was 18 seconds.
In the championship 100-yard As to the showing of the Maize and
backstroke event, Bob Patterson, a Blue tankmen, Coach Mann had little
but a pleased smile to express. The
squad is clearly rounding into shape,
Wir Summaries and should be ready for those dual
meets in January.
50-Yard Freestyle-Won by
Church (Michigan); second, Fries P,
(M ichigan) ; third, W einberg (A r- t u il .Ti e . 3 5
thur Hill). Time :23.5. P c erG a t
WO-Yard Backstroke--Won by P for Loon
Patterson (Arthur Hill) ; second,
Pulford (Michigan); third. Beck- !t m

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Victors of Bond Bowl
Game Finish Schedule
With Perfect Record'
By WHITNEY MARTIN
Associated Press Correspondent
NEW YORK, Dec. 16-(RP)-The
Randolph Field Ramblers, playing
heir football in installments and
lirting with trouble too often for
heir own good, squeezed through
with a 13-6 victory over the Second
Air Force Superbombers in a Treas-
ury Bond Bowl game at the Polo
Grounds yesterday to end their sea-
son undefeated and untied.
A sparse crowd of 8,356 saw the
two Air Force rivals in a bitter
battle on a slick field, with the
first half of the game being played
under a salting of snowflakes. De-
spite the disappointing attendance,
however, the game realized approx-
imately $79,000,000 in war bonds,
due to the sale of blocks of bonds
to large investors.
The underdog Superbombers prac-
ically stole the show and had the
>rofitless satisfaction of winning the
tatistics by a wide margin and the
olace that the clock at the end of
he first half was all that stopped
hem from what seemed a certain
core.
The publicized duel between the
Ramblers' Bill Dudley and the
Second Air Force's Glenn Dobbs
failed to materialize. Although
both stars scintillated on occasion,
the scoring marches were linked to-
gether with little help from these
two men in a ball carrying and
passing way. In fact, Dobbs was
not in the game when the Super-
bombers drove 66 yards for their
lone touchdown.
Late in the first period, the Ram-
lers came to life to score with an
ase and abruptness that was in
harp contrast to their offensive ef-
orts up to that time. From his 49-
ard line Pete Layden dropped back
nd floated a pass far, far down the
ield. Harry Burrus, who had out-
aced the secondary, turned, gath-
red in the ball and ambled the re-
.aining 15 yards over the goal.
Dobbs ran the opening kickoff
of the second half back to his 42,
and John Strzykalski followed with
a 27-yard gallop, but that was the
best the Bombers could do and
when the Ramblers took a punt on
their 17, it was their turn. They
clicked off six straight first downs,
three times plunging for their
yardage on fourth down. Dudley
finally tossed the ball to Johnny
Goodyear for three yards and the
score. Stout Elmer Madarik was
the work horse of the march, bull-
ing through time and again.
The Bombers staged their 66 yard
rive at the start of the final quart-
r without throwing a pass. Sucic,
xho had toted the ball on nearly
very play. driving over for the touch-
own.

The first team also included: Harold Fisher of Texas, JOE PON-
SETTO OF MICHIGAN and Duane Whitehead of Southern California,
backs; Tex Warrington of Auburn, center; Joe Stanowicz of Army and
Bill Hackett of Ohio State, guards; Al Nemetz of Army and Don
Whitmire of Navy, tackles, and Dave Harris of Wake Forest and Don
Wells of Georgia, ends.
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man (Arthur Hill). Time :65.9. f
100-Yard Breastroke-Won by
Kessler (Michigan) ; second, Up-
thegrove (Ann Arbor High); third,
D. Siebold (Jackson).
Fancy Diving Competition-'Won
by Cimpriani (Boy's Club); second,
Root (Battle Creek); third, Dun-
bar (Monroe). Points-217,214,189.
200-Yard Freetsyle Relay-Won
by Michigan "A" Team (Church,!
Fries, Pulford, Drake, Higgins);
second, Arthur Hill High (Adult,
Waddell, Patterson, Quigley, Wein-
berg). Time-1:37.7.
25-Yard Handicap for boys under
16-Won by P. Fries; second, Ham-
burg; third, Thompson. Time-:18.
220-Yard Freestyle--Won by Ko-
gan (Unattached); second, Mann
(U. H. S.); third, Zimmerman (Mi-
chigan). Time-2:17.7.
50-Yard Girls Handicap-Won
by Sewell; second, Romannelli;
Time-:33.3.

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By HAROLD CLAASSEN f
Associated Press Correspondent
NEW YORK, Dec. 16-t P)-Green a
Bay's Packers, the National League f
football team that lived up to expec- r
tations, and the New York Giants, e
relegated to the cellar by Septembert
seers, play for the loop's title today
in the Polo Grounds.
The Packers captured the Western
Division flag, dropping two of their
10 games. One of the setbacks was
a 24 to 0 shellacking by the Giants,
cinderella winners of the Eastern
bunting, on the site of tomorrow's
contest four Sundays ago.
Brock, Paschal Injured
As was the case then, e'ach of the
teams has one of its star backs hob-
bled. Lou Brock, brains of the GreenI
Bay backfield, never got into the1
November tussles because of a leg in- d
jury and will see little action in the e
title fray for the same reason. W
Bill Paschal, Giant fullback and e
the first man ever to win the loop d
ground gaining crown in two suc-
cessive years, sat out much of first
meeting with a sore knee. This time
he owns a throbbing ankle that
hasn't been fully tested this week
because of the frozen turf.
Joe Laws, veteran quarterback,
takes over Brock's right halfback du-
ties in the Packer lineup. Howie Liv-
ingston, a rookie from Fullerton,
Calif., Junior College, will be Pas-
chal's replacement.
Rookie Bests Champ
The newcomer, in his first glimpse
of the pass-snatching Don Hutson a
month ago, earned the decision. He
intercepted an early Packer pass by.
circling in front of Hutson and ran
it back 24 yards for the touchdown
that started the Green Bay down-
fall. Later, another theft meant a
second touchdown.
Despite that bad day, Hutson is
the League's scoring leader for the
fifth straight year with 85 points and
rules as the loop's best receiver with
58 catches for 966 yards. Most of I
the passes were thrown by Irv Comp,
sophomore halfback from St. Bene-
dict's.
It is the twenty-fourth meeting of
the two clubs since they opened their,
series in 1928. Each has won 11
games and one resulted in a tie. They
have tangled twice before in title
play-offs, the Giants triumphing in
1938 by a 23 to 17 score and the
Packers winning a year later, 27 to 0,
in Milwaukee.
Tomorrow's contest, however, car-
ries an added spark of rivalry. Arnie
Herber, for many years Hutson's fav-
orite passer, and Red Smith, veteran
Packer line tutor, now are with the
Giants after having left the Wiscon-
sin outfit.
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