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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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PAGE SEVEN
Letory

Cards Sell
Cooper for
$175,1000
Giants Purchase Star;
Brown Sold to Pirates
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK, Jan. 5-In one of th
three biggest money deals in all base-
ball history, catcher Walker Coope
was sold today by the St. Louis Car-
dinals to the New York Giants for
$175,000 in cash.
Confirming the "most publicizec
secret" of the winter season, Giant
President Horace Stoneham insisted
no players were involved in the dea
and that the purchase of Cooper is
not contingent on when he is dis-
charged from the Navy. He has been
in the service since last May 2 and i
stationed at Lambert Field, near St
Louis.
"However, we hope that Cooper will
be out of the Navy by April," Stone-
ham added, as he was told that new
naval ratings have dropped the mini-
mum discharge requirements to 35
points.
Available records show that only
twice before has as much as $175,000
in cash been involved in a player
deal. In 1938, the Cards sent pitcher
Dizzy Dean to the Chicago Cubs for
$185,000 in cash and three additional
players. After the 1934 campaign,
Washington Senators' President
Clark Griffith sent son-in-law Joe
Cronin to the Boston Red Sox for
Lyn Lary and a sum in cash variously
reported anywhere from $150,000 to
$250,000.
PITTSBIRGH, Jan. 5 - The Pitts-
burgh Pirates today announced the
purchase of infielder Jimmy Brown
from the St. Louis Cardinals for an
undisclosed amount of cash. No play-
ers were involved in the deal, the
club said.
Brown, who was recently discharged
after two years in the Army, began
his Big League career in 1937 with St.
Louis,iplaying under Pirate Manager
Frankie Frisch, then pilot of the
Cards.
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Puckmen Set Three Scoring
Marks, Winning Easily, 16-2

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igan while Jim Corbett tallied for
Sarnia. Bob Arnot scored his first
goal of the season to open the final
period. Grant knocked in a rebound
shot, and Chet Kuznier made the

score 14-2 after taking Clem Cossalt-
er's pass.
With two minutes to play, Coach
Heyliger sent in five forwards. The
speedy wingmen, Grant and Celley
finished off the scoring with a goal
apiece as the final horn stopped the
scoring spree.
Power Plius!!

MICHIGAN
Macinnes
Mtarshall
Hill
Kuznier
Sulentich
Starrak
REFEREE:
SCORING:

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Ace Lee of
1st period

SARNIA
J. Rutter
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James
Prudence
Levan
Corbett
Detroit
d-Sarnia-

Haddon (Mara) 3:26. Michigan-
Celley (Gacek) 4:16, Grant (Celley)
5:00, Celley (Gacek) 5:36, Starrak
(Marshall, Renfrew) 7:04, MacMil-
len (Renfrew, Hill) 8:32, Sulentich
(Arnot 10:27, Grant (unassisted)
13:05, Renfrew (Jacobson) 19:19,
MacMillan (Hill, Renfrew) 19:35.
Second period-Sarnia Corbett
(Levan, Prudence) 11:55. Michigan
-Sulentich (unassisted) 3:01, Ren-
frew (MacMillan, Jacobson) 12:50.
3rd period - Michigan - Arnot
(Renfrew, MacMillan) 2:55, Grant
(Gacek) 10:04, Kuznier (Cossalter)
15:10,-Grant (Celley) 18:40, Celley
Macmillan) 19:47. P

PACE SETTER . . . Wally Grant
who paced the high scoring Wol-
verine attack with four markers.

Thinclads Drill
for Three Way:
Meet Feb. 2
Facing the opening meet of the
1946 season four weeks from yester-
day, the Michigan track team has
spent the first few days of practice
after a two week layoff getting back
their track legs in preparation for the
grueling drills preceding the debut on
Feb. 2.
The Wolverine track coach, Ken
Doherty, fears that kinks that would
take weekv: to iron out may delevop in
the muscles that have been idle over
Christmas if he let his charges rurn
all cut so soon after a rest.
This week the cinder squad will be-
gin a series of tests to determine who
will compete for the Maize and Blue
in the three way meet against Ohic
State and Purdue in the season
opener.
With three of the four leading con-
tenders for the Big Ten Indoor Track
Championship competing agains
each other in the triangular event,
the Wolverines will have to be at
their best against the best competi-
tibn the Big Ten has to offer.
Spartans Top--
Northwestern
Swim 'Team
EVANSTON, ILL., - Michigan
State took six out of nine firsts to de-
feat Northwestern, 51 to 33, in a dual
swimming meet. Abel Gilbert of the
Spartans and Graham Davis of the
Wildcats shared scoring honors with
eight points each.
John Demond of Michigan State
won the 220 yard dash by nosing out'
Davis by inches, but the latter came
back to win the 440 yard free style
three yards ahead of Harlan Dodge
of Michigan State.
Gilbert won the 100 yard dash in 55
seconds flat, but lost the 50 yard event
when John Neville, Northwestern,
covered the distance in 25 flat.
The visitors won both the 300 yard
medley and 499 yard free style relays.
All America League
Plans Player Draft
CHICAGO, Jan. 5-(1P)-Coaches
of the newly-organized All-America
conference today proposed a "secret"
draft of college football stars and at
the same time criticized player-selec-
tion methods of the long-established,
rival National Football League.
Mal Stevens, former Yale, and New
York University coach and now men-
tor of the All-America Brooklyn en-
try, said at a news conference at the
new league's organizational meeting
that the circuit would pick college
seniors on a limited basis.

Cagers Upset Illinois in First Big Ten Win;
Selbo's Free Shot Spells Illini Defeat, 49-48

(Continued from Page 1)
both teams, with 21 points. He was
followed by Selbo, who racked up 17!
points on seven field goals and three

minutes of the period, while Dave
Strack and Baker tallied for Michi-
gan to end the frame at 24-24.
Illinois scored first in the second
half on a charity toss by Menke.

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PORTS
NEWS + VIEWS + COMMENT
By BILL MULLENDORE, Sports Editor

UNDER PRESSURE ... Glen Selbo
won the game for Michigan with
his charity toss in the final minute,
and lead Michigan's scoring with
17 points.
free throws, and Wolverine forward
Bob Harrison, who scored 12 mark-
ers.
Three baskets and a foul toss by
Mroz, and a free throw by Bob Menke
put Illinois five points ahead at the
end of five minutes. However, Michi-
gan came back to tie the match at
14-14, after 12 minutes of the first
frame had elapsed.
Michigan goals by Baker, Selbo,
and Harrison, and Illinois baskets,
two by Mroz and one by Bob Doster,
added up to a 20-20 deadlock at the
end ofusixteen minutes. Mroz sunk
another two goals in the remaining
Back In Stride?

NICE TRY... Walt Mroz lead all
scoring last night with 21 points in
a valiant effort to give his team
the victory.
Selbo quickly countered with a set
shot from quarter court. The lead
changed hands twice and, after
eleven minutes the score read 38-38.
Strac% sank a basket, to put the
Wolverines in the lead, but George
Leddy and Van Anderson made a
free throw and goal,, to give the
Illini the margin. Andersonput in
another goal and gift shot, and Jack
Burmaster scored a goal, but Michi-
gan countered with three two-point-
ers. With the score at 48 apiece, and
the game almost ended, Selbo sank
the free throw which handed the
Wolverines their sixth victory of the
season.

WINNER OF 10
WORLD'S FAIR .
GRAND PRIZES,
2 8 GO0L D M ED A LS
AND MORE HONORS
FOR ACCURACY THAN
ANY OTHER TIMEPIECE

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SHED no tears just yet for the Michigan swimming team, its 43-41 loss to
Great Lakes in its first dual outing of the season to the contrary.
The Sailors may have beaten Matt Mann's latest edition of Wolverine
tank talent, but we will wager a considerable sum that very few other teams
turn the trick the rest of the season. And we include this same Great Lakes
squad, which will entertain the Michigan natators next weekend at the
Naval Base.
Michigan's 1945-46 swimming team is a young team, composed mostly
of first-year men who are still in the improving stage. Their times for this
early in the season were, for the most part, very good.
With almost no exceptions,"every man on the squad will be clipping
fractions of seconds and full seconds off those times before many more
meets are entered in the record books. And when they do, the opposition
can watch out.
in Dick Weinberg, the former Saginaw High star, Mann has one of
the finest looking sprint freestyle prospects to turn up in quite awhile. Wein-
berg's last leg of the 400-yard relay, done in :52 flat, is conclusive evidence
that he is ready to swim in the big time.
THEN there is the apple of the veteran coach's eye, yioung Matt Mann 111,
who looks like the class of the field in the distance events. The younger
Mann was more than impressive as he copped both the 200 and 440-yard
freestyle races with plenty to spare.
For the first time in many years, Mann has dug up some real strength
off the diving board. His trio of Al Canja, Gil Evans, and Ralph Trimborn
will bring plenty of points into the Michigan scoring column.
Bob Matters looked very good in the breaststroke leg of the medley
relay, though he did not swim in the 200-yard breaststroke. Team Capt.
Heini Kessler and Bob Sohl should also come along.
But the main thing to be noted in the Great Lakes' meet was the rapid
improvement made in the time department since the state AAU champion-
ships three weeks ago. That improvement, we think, will continue. Which
is why we say that 1946 can easily be another banner year for Matt Mann
and the Michigan swimming team.

ILLINOIS
Boster, F.
Mroz, F.
Menke, C.
Anderson, C.
Burmaster, G.
Leddy, G.
Eyler, G.
TOTALS
MICHIGAN
Harrison, F.
Strack, F.
Dietrich, F.
Selbo, C.
Baker, C.
Feinberg, C.
Mullaney, G.
Elliott, G.
TOTALS

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