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PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY S
W olverine FPuck~sters Beat etroit uto Clu

UNDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1945
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Canja,Mann,Weinberg,
M atters Winfor ichigan i

GRID WORLD SERIES:

tiling Battle of Goalies Decided

ams Favored Over Redskins By Wally Gran

's Third eriod Tally

in Pro Football Playoff Tody

Weinberg wound up behind Barnes
in that ord er, In the '75-yard in-.
dividual mrdley handicap Matters
spotted Sohl a few yards and al-
most caught him in a very close
finish. Sohl's winning time was 47
seconds.
Frank Fehsenfeld, former Wolver-,
ine national diving champion, put on
a crowd-pleasing comic diving and
swimming exhibition aided by Matt
Mann's straight-man antics and
Canja's exhibition diving. A strip-
tease act on the high board also
drew a lot of laughs.
SUMMARIES:
100-yard breaststroke-Won by.
Matters (Michigan); second, Upthe-
greve (Ann Arbor); third, Sohl
(Michigan); fourth, Kessler (Michi-
gan). Tnim: 1:04.4. (New StateI
A.A.U. record.)
50-yard free-style-Won by Wein-
berg (Michigan); second, Prew (De-
treit A); third, Balch (Kronk Rec-
reatienal Center) ; fourth, Tittle
(Michigan). Time: :23.9.
220-yard free-style-Won by Mann
(Michigan); second, Hoogerhyde
(Grand Rarids YMCA); third, Moss
(Michigan); fourth, Adams (Michi-
gan). Time: 2:16.8.
100-yard -ackstroke-Won by Pat-
terson (Mi:higan State); second,
Metcalf (Michigan); third, Beck-
man (Arthur hill); fourth, Donald-
son (University High, Ann Arbor).
Time: 1:00.7.
High beard diving-Won by Canja
(Michigan); second, Evans (Michi-
gan); third, Trimborn (Michigan);
fourth, Cipriani (Detroit Boys Club).I
Points: 443.5, 404, 367.3, 354.5.

By The Associated Press
CLEVELAND, Dec. 15-The Cleve-
land Rims and Washington Redskins
tangle tomorrow in professional foot-
ball's "world series," with a record
National League championship gate
already "in" and an all-time top
crowd virtually certain.
Rams Favored
Making their first appearance in
the championship clambake, the
Rams were four-point, 5 to 8 betting
favorites to come home in front.
Headed by the great "airplane bat-
tery" of California Bob Waterfield,
who throws for a touchdown on every
pitch, and Arkansas Jim Benton, who
can catch them out of a hat, the
Rams already have made Coach
Adam Walsh the first pro "freshman"
pilot to come fresh from a college
campus and win his sectional title
first try.
As a matter of fact, it took the
Redskin coach, Dud De Groot, only
cne year longer to turn the trick. He
took over Washington last season
and came home on top this time, on
aare tta Gets
NL Batting Title
NEW YORK, Dec. 15--(A)-Phil
Cavarretta, slugging Chicago Cubs
first sacker, today was crowned the
official National League batting king
for 1945 with an average of .355,
three points better than Boston's
Tommy Holmes.

the pass pitching arm, as might be
expected, of slingin' Sammy Baugh,
the veteran Texas thrower.
Ram Backs Stand Out
Backing up Waterfield in the
Cleveland offene are the three
"G-Whiz" gallopers, Fred Gehrke of
Utah, Jim Gillette of Virginia and
Don Greenwood of Illinois, all of
whom are among the league's top
half-dozen ball-luggers. Gehrke and
Gillette each have averaged better
than six-yards-a-try this season. !
Should the Redskins' number be
hung up at the finish tomorrow, it
would give Washington its third pro
football crown, a record surpassed
on'ly by the bone-crunching Bears
who rolled up four wins, among them
the 73-0 basketball score of 194--
over Washington.
Be a Goodfeflw ---
Cline Aiwan...' .e
Tribune Trph
CHICAGO, Dec. 15 --(:' - w1
Cline; Ohio State's plung ing fidl-V
back, tonight was awarded the Ci
cago Tribune Trophy as the not
valuable football player in the WAt
ern Conference.
Cline was selected from among
nine candidates, each of whom had
been named his team's most valuable
player by his teammates. The tropl-y
is a full-size silver football.
______Be a Goodfellow
Turf Decision
Held for Test
NEW YORK, Dec. 15-()-A turf
board, comprised of members of the
Jockey Club and of the New York
Racing Commission, reserved its de-
cision today in the hearing of stimu-
lation charges against trainer Tom
Smith until an Ephedrine Test can
be made on the horse, Magnific Duel
and the animal's reaction deter-
mined.
Smith, trainer for the MaineI
Chance Farms, was suspended by the
Jockey Club for a year on Nov. 8 on
charges that Magnific Duel was stim-
ulated with Ephedrine, a fairly cor-
mon household remedy, prior to a
Nov. 1 race at Jamaica.

Puek ster Chalk lp Jim Baudino were standouts on the
F rb Sra hP Detroitlie
F r gi Gord MacMillan tallied the game's
first goal midway during the first
By DES HOWART period to give Michigan the lead. De-
Wally Grant's spectacular third spite rushes by both teams, no more
i'pc iod goal, scored with Michigan goals were scored in the frame. Hey-
shor.-handed, broke up a terrific liger's crew added another score to
hockey battle between the Wolver- begin the second period, with Jacob-
in, s and the Detroit Auto Club sex- son and Renfrew getting assists.
tet last night in a thrilling contest Autos Tie Score
played at the Coliseum as Coach Vic Paul Sironen got one goal back in
H oyliger's squad won their fourth the second period for the Detroit club
straight match, 4-2. at 14:25. Michigan then turned on
The game was a tight duel be- the power, but couldn't beat the un-
tween rival goalies, Jack MacInnes beatable Storie. The Detroit goal
of the Wolverines and the Auto Club's tender turned back shots by every
Lloyd Storie. Both net-tenders were member of the Michigan team in this
I actically invincible as they turned period.
bck shots that seemed impossible With the Wolverines again keeping
ti o.Both teams played an ag- the puck in Detroit territory as the
rxsiobut clean game, which saw ___ __~--
M chigan's Clem Cossalter draw the
on ,' penalty. -_____ -
1,overines' Hardest Battle
T 10Auto Club, formerly known as
toe Windsor Colonials, were playing
th: first game of the season and
the Wolverines their hardest
't to date. After Michigan had
blished a two goal lead, the
huos came back to knot the count
i) the third period. Joe Levine and U

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the Memorial Christian Church for
the annual Christmas Tea.
Memorial Christian Church (Disciples
of Christ) Hill and Tappan. Morn-,
ing Worship 10:50 a.m. The Rev.
Mr. F. E. Zendt will deliver the morn-
ing message. The Congregational-
Disciples Guild will meet for the
year's most festive occasion, The An-
nual Christmas Tea, this Sunday
evening after the "Messiah" from
5:00 to 7:0) p.m. at the Memorial
Christian Church.
First Chu-:ch of Christ; Scientist:
109 S. Division St., Wednesday eve-
ning service at 8 p.m. Sunday morn-
Ong service at 10:30 a.m. Subject:
'God the Preserver of Man." Sun-
day school at 11:45 a.m. A special
reading room is maintained by this
'hurch at 703 Wolverine Bldg., Wash-
ington at Fourth, where the Bible,
also the Christian Science Textbook,
'Science and Health with Key to the
Scriptures" and other writings by
Aary Baker Eddy may be read, bor-
owed or purchased. Open daily ex-
,ept Sunday- and holidays from 11:30:
a.m. to 5 p.m.
University Lutheran Chapel, 1511
Washtenaw: Service Sunday at 11 j
a.m'., with sermon by the Rev. Alfred
Scheips, "Keeping Christ in Christ-
nas." The officers of the Lutheran
Student Ascembly for 1946 will be
nstalled in the service.
The Lutheran Student Association
will have it, Christmas program on
Sunday at 5:45 in Trinity Lutheran
church, corner of E. William St. and
3. Fifth Ave.
Zion Lutheran Church will havej
vorship service in the German lang-
;age at 9:00 and the regular English
Service at 10:30 on Sunday morning.
Trinity Lutheran Church will have
its regular unday morning worship
At 10:30.
Uuiiar ian Student Group Christ-
mas Pany at the First Unitarian
Church tcnight at 7:30. Folk Dane-
STOP IN ANYTIME
from 4:00 to 12 midnite
Friday and Saturday
from 4:00.to 1 :00 ANM
Closed Mondays
for
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ments. Invite your' friends.
Unity. "What This Christmas
Should Mean to Us" will be the topic
that Miss Marie Munro will discuss
at the Sunday service of Unity. This
will be held at the Michigan League
Chapel at 11 a.m. The Unity Read-
ing Rooms are at Room 31-33, 310
S. State Street and are open daily
from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

FIRST PERIOD - Scoring: Michi-
gan - MacMillan (Renfrew, Jacob-
sen) 11:10.
SECOND PERIOD-Scoring: Mich-
igan -- MacMillan (Renfrew, Ja-
cobson )3:23.
Auto Club -- Sironen (Bogue, Le-
vine) 14:25.
THIRD PERIOD -- Scoring: Mich-
igan - Grant (Smith) 11:57; Hill
(Gacek) 19:20.
Auto Club -- Bogue (Levine) 2:56.
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Churches
First Presbyterian Church. Morn-
ing Worship, 10:45. Dr. Lemon's}
Advent Sermon topic will be "What
Caesar Could Not Tax." Westmin-
ster Guild supper at 5:30 p.m., which
will be followed by a tableau with
music on "And So They Came tc
Bet hlem'."j
First Baptist Church. Rev. C. H.
Loucks, Minister; Mrs. Ruth Copps.
Student Counselor. Roger William:,
Guild House, 502 East Huron Street.
10:00 Bible Class College age young
people meet in the Guild House to
study the Gospel of John.
10:00 to 12:00-Kindergarten and
Primary classes hold extended ses-
sions so that parents may attend
the Morning Worship.
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