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Smith. Fowler (7) and Rosar.

Pucksters Wolverines Take Second Place;
Win Final Buckeyes Capture Seven Events
Mann Gains Second Honors in Two Events
Test,,10-0To Lead Michigan Swimmers in Scoring
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., March 9 - Ohio State amassed 75 points to-
night to win the thirty-sixth annual Western Conference championship
G cep Tops Scorin swimming meet at the University of Minnesota Cook Hall pool.
Sgai t iech. Squad toOhio State took seven first and four second places in the nine events
to upset the defending Michigan champions who trailed with 38 points. It
By DES HOWARTII was the third time Ohio State had taken the Western Conference title. The
Associate Sports Editor last victory was in 1943.
Ringing down the curtain on the Iowa with 14 points took third Ohio State's 400-yard free-style
1945-46 season, the Michigan hockey place; Minnesota, 12, fourth; North- quartet turned in the best time of
team defeated Michigan Tech, 10-0, western, 12, fifth; Illinois, 11, sixth, the season in nipping Michigan's
last night at the Coliseum, with goalie and Purdue, 9, seventh. Only double entry. The Buckeyes' time was 3:33.6.
Jack MacDonald registering a well- winner of the meet was Jack Hill, The Ohioans also copped the 300-
earned shut-out. of Ohio State, who won the 220- and yard medley relay but their winning
The season was a record-breaking the 440-yard freestyle events. time was nearly four seconds off an
one for the Wolverines, as they estab- Haulenbeek Versatile earlier season effort. Michigan took
lished a new winning mark of 17 vic- second in both relays
tories in 25 games, and scored 167 John Haulenbeek, of Illinois, swam
goals. to victory in the 50-yard freestyle ; The summaries:
while Dick Maine, 17-year-old Iowa 300-yard Medley Relay-Won by
aig thein chigan yffeksiveain freshman, took the backstroke swim, Ohio State. (Fetterman, Counsilman,
last night's finale, Wally Gacek again in the only two events in which Ohio# Coolahan); second, Michigan; third,
rned tehattr R ietne eean Gor State failed to place first. Northwestern;, fourth, .4Minnesota;
MacMillan each dented the Tech nets Top scorer for Matt Mann's Wol-
twice. verine swimmers was Matt Mann III, ..220-yard Freestyle-Won by Hill,
Pl son of the Michigan mentor, who Ohio State; second, Mann III, Michi-
In the third period Michigan's Clem captured seconds in both the 220- gan; third, Adel, Ohio State; fourth,
Cos alter and Abbie Maki of Tech and 440-yard freestyle events. The Hernigan,. Purdue;. fifth,. Grimm,
started battling and before order loss in the 440 was Mann's first in Ohio State. Time: 2:11.4.
could be restored, members of both the event this year. . .50-yard Freestyle--Won by Haul-
couldkbelrestoredcomembersosof both
teams joined in a free-for-all. Cos- The Maize and Blue showed its enbeek, IlMnois; second, Hirose, Ohio
salter and Maki were both given five new-found strength in the low board State; third, Marsh, Iowa; fourth,
minute penalties. diving by placing three divers in the Hobart, Ohio State; fifth Tittle,
Fourteer penalties were handed out scoring circle. However, the Wolver- Michigan. Tume: :23.4.
in the game with both teams showing ine trio of Alex Canja, Gil Evans and Low Board Diving-Won by Ander-
a tendency to rough it up. Eight of Ralph Trimborn could not dislodge son, Ohio State, 485 points; second,
them came in the final frame, and Ohio State's duo of Miller Anderson Christakos, Ohio State, 460 points;
neither team was at full strength for and Ted Cristakos who finished first third, Canja, Michigan, 421 points;
long in the final 20 minutes of play. and second respectively. fourth, Evans, Michigan, 415 points;
Score After Eight Minutes Ilirose Misses Mark fifth, Trimborn, Michigan, 388.5
It took Vic Heyliger's sextet eight The Buckeyes' star freestyle sprint- -yard Freestyle-Won by irose
minutes to score, but it quickly added er, Halo Hirose, failed to duplicate Ohio State; second, Haulenbeek, lie
three markers to lead 4-0 at the end his earlier performance this season Iois; third, Fries Michigan; fourth
of the first period, and after that the in topping the Conference mark for Weinberg, Michigan; fifth, Marsh,
outcome was never in doubt. the 100-yard dash. Hirose had turned Iowa. Time: :52.3.
Neil Celley rammed in the first goal in a :52 against Michigan last month 150-yard Backstroke - Won by
on a rebound as Bob Marshall's rifle at Columbus, but his winning time to-
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shot rolled off goalie Phil Waite's
pads. Two minutes later Gacek
caught the corner of the Tech net
from 20 feet out.
Gacek Scores
Michigan's third goal came back
when Gacek received Connie Hill's
pass at center ice and then scooted
past the Tech defense to beat Waite
cleanly, MacMillan added another
from a pile-up.
Connie Hill back-handed a high,
hard one from just inside the blue
line at 55 seconds of the second frame
to run the score to five. MacMillan
next took Renfrew's pass and slipped
the puck under the Tech net-minder
for a sixth marker.
Two more goals were marked up in
the frame, Renfrew and Celley scor-
ing. Renfrew's goal was a pretty one
as Al faked Waite out of position and
then banged the puck into the open
net.
Score Twice In Finale
Goals by Gacek and Renfrew con-
cluded the game's scoring in the final
stanza. This time Renfrew's tally was
a cheap one, his shot caroming off
Tom Messinger's skate and into the
goal.

night was two-tenths of a second off
the Big Ten mark of :52.1.
Hockey Summnries

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Messinger
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Ohio State; third, Ahlman, Minne-
sota; fourth, Tannehill, Northwest-
ern; fifth, Robertson, Northwestern.
Time: 1:37.4.
200-yard Breaststroke-Won by
Counsilman, Ohio State; second,
Trumble, Ohio State; third, Craig,
Northwestern; fourth, Matters, Mich-
igan; fifth, Haulenbeek, Illinois.
Time: 2:27.6.
440-yard Freestyle--Won by Hill,
Ohio State; second, Mann, Michigan;
third, Hennigap, Purdue; fourth,
Adell, Ohio State; fifth, Grimm, Ohio
State. Time: 4:49.7.
400-yard Freestyle Relay-Won by
Ohio State (Hobert, Coolahan, Zemer,
hirose); second, Michigan; third,
Minnesota; fourth, Iowa; fifth, Pur-
due. Time: 3:33.6.
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SCORING -- 1st period - Michi-
gan: Celley (Marshall) 8:00, Ga-
cek (unassisted) 10:04, Gacek (Hill)
15:15, MacMillan (Renfrew) 18:55.
Penalties: Grant, Noblet.
2nd Period - Michigan: Hill
(Steadman) :55, MacMillan (Ren-
frew) 7:05, Renfrew (unassisted)
8:45, Celley (Cossalter) 15:19.
Penalties: Mihelcich, Maki (2),
Noblet (misconduct).
3rd Period - Michigan: Gacek
(Celley) 2:55, Renfrew (unassisted)
8:32.
Penalties: Gacek, Jacobson, Ren-
frew, Maki (2), Messinger, Ruhl,
Cossalter.

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Michigan State Captures Central
Collegiate Conference Swim Title

EAST LANSING, Mch.9-(k') Michi-
gan State College's swimming team
today powered its way to a hands-
down triumph over six other oppon-
ents in the fourth annual Central
Collegiate Conference meet, which
the Spartans have now won four
times in succession.
Coach Charley McCaffree's nata-
tors captured first places in five of
the nine events to amass 77 points.
Wayne University, though trailing
State by a wide margin, placed sec-

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ond with 50 points and the University
of Cincinnati was third with 29.
Seven Marks Fall
Seven C.C.C. Records fell during
the meet, two of them going to the
Spartans' Abel Gilbert. The South
American freshman free-styler froml
record in the finals of the 220-yard
event with a time of 2:16.2, seven
seconds under the meet record he set
in the morning preliminaries.
Gilbert also chalked up a new meet
record in the 440-yard race. His win-
ning time was 4:58.3, or 8.3 seconds
better than his qualifying mark in
the preliminaries and 71 seconds
faster than last year's winning time.
Prew Sets MarkI
Bill Prew, of Wayne, and Charles
Keating, versatile Cincinnati paddler,'
shared record breaking honors with
Gilbert, each setting new meet marks.
Prew touched out Keating in the 50-
yard free-style in :23.8 after each
had won his respective heat in the
preliminaries with identical timesof
:23.7. The faster time will stand as
the meet record, held by both Prewj
and Keating.
After winning the 50-yard race,
Piew went on to capture the 100-yard
freestyle in :54. Keating won the 200-
yard breast stroke finals with a time
of 2:27.6 after setting a new record
of2:26.8 in the qualifying heats.
Michigan State's Howard Patterson
was the other individual record
smasher. He turned in a time of
1:38.8 in the preliminaries of the 150-
yard backstroke and later won the
finals in 1:40.
The other new Conference record
was set by the Spartan 400-yard free
style relay team. The quartet of
Sig Indyke, John Demond, Jim Quig-
ley and Bob Allwardt did the 16 laps
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