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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1946

Swimming TeamScuttles Michigan State in 48-36 Tr

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Lund Cites Main Differences
Between Pro, College Baseball

Spartans Spilled From
Unbeaten Ranks by Loss

NOT WINGS' NIGHT :
Canadiens Down Detroit. 5-I,
Tie Chicago for Second Place

Mann,
Evans,

Canja Dealt First Defeats in
Sohl, Weinberg Winners for'

Upsets;
Michigan

Paul in the American Association.
The St. Paul team ended up fourth in
the regular season, but went on to
finish second in the playoffs, losing
to Louisville, which later won the
Junior World Series.
Lund, commenting on the diversity
of players in the American Associa-
tion, said a few former college stars,
were represented, as well as young-
sters just out of high school and old
timers trying for a comeback.
Coached By Blades
Ray Blades, former St. Louis Car-
dinal player and manager, coached
Lund at St. Paul. The training was
fairly strict but not as much time
was spent in actual practice as is the
case in college baseball. Games were
held practically every day, with a two
hour practice session before each
game.
Lund reports to Daytona Beach,
Fla., the Dodger training camp, Feb.
26, when he will either be optioned
out again or stay with the regular
team.
While at Michigan, he captained all
three sports in which he earned let-
ters--baseball, basketball, and foot-
ball. He was a physical education
major, member of Phi Delta Theta
and Sphinx, junior honorary society.

KEN DOHERTY-Michigan's vet-
eran track coach whose thinclads
routed Ohio State and Purdue in
the season's opener here last night.

Special to
EAST LANSING, Feb. 2--Taking
new meet record, Michigan's swimming
tors 'from the unbeaten ranks, 48-36, t-
A pair of Wolverine winning strea
styler Abel Gilber upset- Michigan's M
and the Maize and Blue's diver, Gi"
Evans, spoiled teammate Alex Canja's
perfect record.
Gilbert Takes Close One
Mann's defeat came as the surprise
of the evening. He had been doped to
win a close race from Gilbert but the
Spartan pulled a strong closing spurt
to barely touch the Maize and Blue
ace out at the finish. Gilbert's time'
of 2:14.3 set a new meet record. Dave
Tittle finished third for Michigan.
Evans' diving victory over Canja
provided e another form reversal.
Canja had vanquished his teammate
in every competition this year, butf
just couldn't match Evans' exhibi-
tion tonight. Don Dunbar took third
for State.
Mann evened things up with Gil-
bert in the 440-yard freestyle race
and broke the meet record in doing
so. Mann's 4:54.9 was his best effort
of the season. Neville Adams picked
up an additional point for the Wol-
verines with third spot.
Dick Weinberg teamed up with

Track..
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Hawk failed to show the form that
was expected. He did not place in
the one-mile run and only came in
a poor third in the two-mile grind
that saw Michigan's acting CaptainI
Chuck Birdsall win with ease.
Boilermaker Dick Kilpatrick, who
had cleared the bar at 6 ft. 4 in. in
practice, could no no better than a
tie for fourth in the high jump.
Michigan's first and second in the
pole vault, taken by Chuck Laurit-
sen and Warren Bentz, came as sur-
prises.
Take Lead At StartI
Michigan's thinclads lost no time
in taking the lead, as Thomason, 17
year old sophomore, easily, pulhng

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far ahead in the last two laps, won
the mile run. Herb Barten added two
more points to the cause with a third.
Baynard then crossed the wire*
first a foot ahead of Wolverine Bob
Swain in the 60-yard dash. In the
trial heats both Baynard and Swain
took firsts, with times of :06.6 sec-
onds. Later Baynard lopped a tenth
of a second off his time in the final
heat.
Parsons Scores Easily
Archie Parsons easily won his heat
in the quarter-mile, while Baynard
had to fight off Michigan's Bill
Haidler who made a game try to1
overhaul the victor in the last 5001
yards in winning his heat. Parsons'j
time of :51.8 was the best; thereforeI
the event was given to Michigan.
Swanson in winning two trial
heats and two final heats in the
hurdles had little difficulty. Wolver-
ines Hack Coplin took second place
in the high hurdles and John Lar-
sen garnered a third in the lows.
Shea Falters
In the 880-yard run Joe Shea set
a blistering pace for the first three
laps before Jim McFadden and Bobf
Thomason overhauled him and went
ahead. Shea was faltering badly at
the wire and just managed to finish!
ahead of Don Weber, another Pur-
due failure.
Michigan took second, third andl
fourth in the shot put withiGeorge
Ostroot and Jim Artley finishing
behind Bangert and Fonville. Ted
Judsen's second and Bob Harris'
third in the high jump and Larsen's
third also made points for the Wolv-j
erines.'

One-Mile Run-Won by Thoma-,
son (M); second, Clifford (0); third,
Barten (M); fourth, Blanchard (P).
Time : 4:26.1.
60-yard Dash-Won by Baynard
(0); second, Swain (M); third,
Dunn (P); fourth, Miller (P). Time:
:06.5.
440-Yard Run-Won by Parsons
(M); second, Baynard (0); third,
Haidler (M); fourth, Weber (P).
Time: :51.8.
65-Yard High Hurdles-Won by
Swanson (M); second, Coplin (M);I
third, tie between Seibert (O) and
Murphy (0). Time: :08.5.
Two-Mile Run-Won by Birdsall
(M) ; second, Voegtlen (M) ; third,
Hawk (P); fourth, Hurlbut (P).
Time: 9:50.8.
880-Yard Run-Won' by McFadden
(M);, second, Thomason (M); third,
Shea (M); fourth, Weber (P). Time:
1:59.9.
65-Yard Low . Hurdles-Won by
Swanson (M) ; second, Crook (P) ;
third, Larsen (M); fourth, Kelly
(P). Time :07.7.
One-Mile Relay-Won by Michi-
gan (Haidler, Johnson, Parsons,
Coleman); second, Ohio State; third
Purdue. Time: 3:29.1.
Shot Put-Won by Bangert (P) ;
second, Fonville . (M) ; third, Ostroot
(M); fourth, Artley (M). Distance:
151 ft. 4 '/ in.
f Pole Vault-Won by Lauritsen
(M) ; second, Bentz (M) ; tie for
third between Ailes (O) and Mur-
phy (P). Height: 12 ft. 6 in.
Broad Jump-Won by Miller (P);
second, White (0); third, Larsen
(M); Cfourth, tie between Daggs (M)
and Crable (0). Distance : 22 ft. 91/!

The Daily
six out of nine firsts and setting one
team dropped Michigan State's nata-
onight at Jenison Field House.
Lks were smashed when Spartan free-
att Mann, III, in the 220-yard event
Mann to pace the Wolverine scorers.
The Maize and Blue sprinter
churned to a win over State's Ziggy
Indyke in the 50-yard freestyle and
then tcok a second to teammate
Charley Fries in the 100-yard event.
Weinberg's winning time was :24 with
Fries getting a :53.6 to take the 100.
Bob Soh won the 200-yard breast
stroke as expected beating out the
Spartans' Paul Seibold and his team-
mate, Fred Ainderson who took sec-
ond and third respectively. The Wol-
verine breast stroker splashed to a
fast 2:33.5.
Also Take Medley Relay
The other Wolverine first came in
the opening event when the Maize
and Blue 300-yard medley relay team
of Willard Metcalf, Bob Matters and
Fries swam to a win over the Michi-
gan State relay trio. The Wolverines'
time of 3:01 equalled their best efort
of the season.
State's ace, Howie Patterson, took
the 150-yard backstroke as expected.
His 1:9.6 gave him first over team-
mate Bill Cooley and Michigan's Met-
calf.
The summaries:
300-yard 'Medley Relay - Won
by Michigan (Metcalf, Matters,
Fries); second, Michigan State
(Patterson, Thomas, Quigley);
Time, 3:01.
220-yard Freestyle - Won by
Gilbert, Michigan State; second,
Mann, Michigan; third, Tittle,
Michigan. Time, 2:14.3. (New
meet record. Old record: Patten,
Michigan, 1942).
50-yard Freestyle - Won by
Weinberg, Michigan; second, In-
dyke, Michigan State; third, De-
mond, Michigan State. Time, :24.
Diving - Won by Evans, Michi-
gan, 334.9 points; second Canja,
Michigan, 309.7; third, Dunbar,
Michigan State, 256.9.
100-yard Freestyle - Won by
Fries, Michigan; second, Weinberg,
Michigan; third, Gilbert, Michigan
State. Time, :53.6.
150-yard Backstroke - Won by
Patterson, Michigan State; sec-
ond, W. Cooley, Michigan State;
third, Metcalf,, Michigan. Time,
1:39.6.
200-yard Breaststroke - Won
by Sohl, Michigan; second, Sie-
bold, Michigan State; third, An-
derson, Michigan. Time, 2:33.5.
440-yard Freestyle - Won by
Mann, Michigan; second, Gilbert,
Michigan State; third, Adams,
Michigan. Time, 4:54.9. (New
meet record. Old record: 4:55.2,
Stewart, Michigan.)
440-yard Freestyle Relay - Won
by Michigan State (Indyke, All-
wardt, Demond, Quigley). Time,
3:37.2.
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By The Associate Press
MONTREAL, Feb. 2-The Mon-
treal Canadiens displayed too much
power and speed for the Detroit Red
Wings and hammered the slower
skating Wings for a 5-1 victory here
tonight before 12,236 fans to jump.
back into a tie with the Chicago
Black Hawks for the second berth of
the National Hockey League stand-
ings.
Murphy Chamberlain, Bobby Filion,
Butch Bouchard, Toe Blake and Ken-
ny Reardon tallied the Montreal goals
while Eddie Bruneteau notched the
sole Detroit counter.
The Canucks dominated the play
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wailing of the siren, but youthful
Harry Lumley turned in a brilliant
performance of acrobatics in the De-
troit nets
The game started at a fast clip and
almost before the fans had settled in
their seats Chamberlain broke the
scoring ice when he slammed home a
relay from Jimmy Peters after he had
been thrown on the ice. Chamberlain
fired a low backhander which caught
the budding twine when Lumley was
not expecting it.
Bobby Filion increased the lead 2-0
in the last part of the period when he
picked up a rebound off the stick of
Buddy O'Connor and slipped it over
the prostrate form of Lumley.

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