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THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1946

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

NROTC Rifle
Team Places
Fifth in Meet
Michigan's NROTC rifle team,
paced by H. L. Gilbert, has tied for
fifth place with Princeton, according
to the results of the 47-team compe-
tition held Feb. 16, which have just
been announced.
The six-man Wolverine squad
paced Ohio State and Miami Univer-
sity to win the Sectional event. Rifle
matches were held at various univer-
sities throughout the country and the
results of the national tournament
found Northwestern in first place.
Aside from Gilbert, whose 263 was
high score for the Wolverines, other
team members were H. W. Dunn, B.
D. Sagaser, J. T. Timidaisky, F. E.
Cockerham, and team captain, J. C.
Erickson.

Returning Veterans Brigyhten
Prospects for Wolverine Nine

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t e

Michigan's promising 1946 baseball
squad went through batting, pitching
and pepper drills at Yost Field House
yesterday under the watchful eyes
of Coach Ray Fisher and his two as-
sistants, Ernie McCoy and Davey Nel-
son.
Of last year's conference champion-
ship team, seven major letter win-
ners have been lost through gradua-
tion or naval transfer. The 1945
outfield of Don Lund, Bill Gregor
and Bill Nelson has departed from
the Michigan campus while all five
infield lettermen have returned
along with Bliss Bowman of the
pitching staff to account for the 13
letters awarded to last Spring's once-
beaten ball club.
The number of returning letter-
men from the armed forces has in a

great measure compensated for theI
loss of more than half of last year's
key players. Such stars of past years
as Cliff Wise, Bob Chappius, Bob
Nussbaumer, Elmer Swanson, Don
Robinson and Carl Savage have come
back to stop the breech.
As a result of the return of so many
star performers Coach Fisher is con-
templating a number of changes in
his plans for the forthcoming season.
The chief change no doubt, will be!
the transfer of Jack Weisenberger
from shortstop to the outfield and
the installation-of Don Robinson at
his pre-service infield post.
A number of men are practically
assured of starting berths. "Swanson
will be our catcher until someone dis-
places him," Fisher noted. He also
observed that Nussbaumer and Weis-$
enberger will be in the outfield onj
opening day unless the unexpected'
happens and two better men come
along.
In the pitching department, the
return of Wise who was a starter in
1941, along with Savage who served
mainly in relief roles before his ar-
my career, are two encouraging fea-
tures. The pitching of these two men
will have to make up for the loss of
last year's ace hurler, Ray Louthen.

Spotilight
On IM Sports
By DICK BURTON
All-star basketball teams for the
Fraternity and Independent leagues
were picked recently by the intra-
mural basketball officials who select-
ed the playrs on the basis of their
all around performance during the
season and their scoring averages.
Harry Anderson and Bob Nichol-
son, who spaiked the undefeated Sig-I
ina Ei Epsilon team to the league

AP
Nees Flashes
Roberts Honored
DETROIT. March 13- {'P--Robin
E. Roberts. 6-foot 1-inch sophomore'
from Springfield, Ill., today received
the most valuable-player award pre-
sented annually by the Detroit Free
Press, marking the second time in as
many years a Michigan State Collce
basketball player has been singled
out for the honor.

Wolverine Track Squad

i ampionship, were both chosen for He replaces Sam Fortino, another
Fall-str positions. Alpha Tau Omega' Spartan who won the award in 1945.
tBob D yoe, who set a new league re- a tawhwo
co oring 38 points in one Roberts headed a list of five col-
game, was also chosen. legiate players named this year to the
theFree Press All-State team chosen by
.inn the independent league the coaches, officials and sporstwriters.
Sing F.B.I team furnished two The others were Fortino, Glenn Sol-
players for the all-stars. bo of the University of Michigan, Art
Officials who made the selections Stolkey of the University of Detroit
were Judd Vear, W. E. Monschein, and Chuck Smith of Central Michi-
Joe Rogerts, Dan Ricker, Paul Ehr- gan College.

MichigandPucksters onor Hill;
IRe-eleeted Capta in, Most Valuable

mger, and Warren Wayne.
The two all-star teams consist
Fraternity League

of: .
Injuries H~it )I

Connie Hill, popular defenseman,
was re-elected captain of the Michi-
gan hockey team for next year and
was also voted the squad's most valu-
able player for the past season at the
team's banquet held last night at the
Michigan Union.
Earlier this season Hill, who comes
from Copper Cliff, Ont., was chosen
to lead his mates for the campaign
just concluded. In announcing the
team's choice, Coach Vic Heyliger
was high in his praise of Hill and ex-
pressed satisfaction that the squad
had selected such a capable leader.
Hill, who entered the school of
Architecture and Design this fall after
serving in the Canadian Army, was a
mainstay on defense for the Wolver-
ines. He demonstrated his versatility
by several times switching to a for-
ward position when the situation de-
manded.
Coach Heyliger attributed much of
the team's success to Hill's fine lead-
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ership and ability. Quiet and unas-
suming, Hill is the smallest man on
the Michigan squad. However, on the
ice he was the Wolverine's spark-plug.
Speaking at the banquet, the Mich-
igan coach complimented the mem-
bers on their successful season and
team spirit. He stated, "It was a
great season and a pleasure for me to
work with each of you."
Heyliger also revealed plans for the
building of a new hockey rink. Al-
though the lack of building materials
will prevent the completion of the
rink for next year, ie said it would
probably be ready in two years. The
proposed new rink will also be used
for basketball and will have a seating
capacity of 16,000.
Letter winners for the 1945-46 sea-
son were also announced at the ban-
quet with 10 players receiving major
awards and two minor awards. Those
winning major letters were: Robert
Arnot, Regina, Sask.; Neil R. Celley,
Leoneth, Minn.; Clement A. Cossal-
ter, Eveleth, Minn.; Walter F. Gacek,
Winnipeg, Minn.; Wallace Grant,
Leoneth, Minn.; Conrad R. Hill,
Copper Cliff, Ont.; William N. Jacob-
son, Saskatoon, Sask.; Chester Kuz-
niar, Sudbury, Sask. ; John J. Mac-
Innes, Toronto, Ont. ; Robert W. Mar-
shall, North Bay, Ont.; Gordon W.
McMillan, Moose Jaw, Sask.; Allan.
M. Renfrew, Toronto, Ont.; David
Ross Smith, Toronto, Ont.; Richard
B. Starrak, Moose Jaw, Sask.; Sam-
uel Stedman, Winnipeg, Man.; Karl
F. Sulentich, Eveleth, Minn.
James F. Johnson, Washington,
D. C.; and John K. MacBeth, Toronto,
Ont. were the two minor letter win-
ners.
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To rTiger'Term s
LAKELAND, Fla.. March 13-(A')-
Eddie Lake, Detroit Tigers' shortstop
acquired in a trade with the Red Sox,
agreed to terms today and will join
the Bengals in spring training here
Tuesday.
The Tigers traded Rudy York for
Lake during the winter. He was to
have reported Feb. 27, but remained
at his home in Oakland, Calif., be-
cause of salary disagreement with
general manager George M. Traut-
man. Trautman announced Lake's
capitulation this afternoon. Lake will
leave Oakland Monday by plane.
With Lake in the fold, Bob Marr is
the only Tiger unsigned.

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EAST LANSING, March 13--( ')---
Spring injuries to baseball players
aren't limited to the southern pro-
fessional training camps. Coach John
Kobs, of Michigan State College, has
learned.
With the start of the Spartans'
annual southern training trip only
five days away, the M.S.C. mentor,
has two players on the shelf, both
with broken noses.
Darrell Couey, former University
of Detroit High School hurler and
one of Kobs' leading mound candi-
dates, broke his nose when struck by
a batted ball during indoor hitting
practice when the ball took a bad
hop. Both are expected to recover in
time to leave with the squad Monday.
The Spartans will open their nine-
game southern schedule Wednesday
at the University of Georgia.

Answering track ('ach Ken Doh- thus he unable to participate in track,
city's ('all for reinforcements. ap- Swanson acounted for seven points
proximately new candidates r in t Idoor Meet, a second in the
ported jor outdoor track at a try-out highs and a third in the lows.
meeti g held yesterlay afteinoon Charlie Birdsall, the two mile king
he A nisration Buil , of the Conference, has been taken
While expressing extreme pleasure away by the Navy for an indoctrina-
at this promising turnout. Doherty at8 1on course in Rhode Island. Birdsall
the same time renewed his plea for won his specialty last week to score
more men. "I'll be available at Yost five points.
Field Hou;e every afternoon for any The Navy is also responsible for the
person who wishes to come out for bsence of Church Lauritsen and
outdoor track." declared the (ac(!. Warren Bent. the Wolverine's lead-
Doherty said there was a pressing int POll vaulters who collected 3
need for additional men in eve oints Saturday.
event on the program, but he nr''- In addition to these six, Bob Swain
ioxed this ,om-what by listing nd Jim McFauden were lost during
especially welcome try-outs for the the course of the indoor campaign.
distance races, the sprints, Ow mur- Swain, an outstanding freshman
dles, broad jiump and pole vaut,. sprint prospect, was transferred to
High-lghting his quest for more Marquette, while McFadden, a good
m terial Doherty volunt e''rd come haif-miler, was called away by the
statistics which paint a very depress_ Navy.
lug picture for the coming spring sea-
son. Out. of the 56 5 6 points the r'' Ynk a
Wolverine thinelds-compile n th e m 1
Indoor Conference meet last Satuidayb 1ISSpoiled I tRaiI1
23 will have to be subtracted when
doping the outdoor rac(,. By The Associated Press
The scheduled exhibition game be-
Six men whou wer o e anaisabl 01teen the Detroit Tigers and New
the indoor l ork Yankees was rained out today
in te spring, and these five scored alter the Yankee squad had driven
the 23 points among them. Fi; of f
all, the Ilumes twins, Bob and Ross , about 950 had gathered for the
have completed the number of e- otest. The Yads returned to St.
sons allotted to them inderi Big Ten petesbrg imedate.
eligibility rules. In the 1'cet Cii- efore leaving their homle base this
eago meet Bob was second in the orleig, v theYankeesrheceied word
mile and Ross second in the two m ie oim their veteran relief pitcher,
gaining a total of eight points. T1mt Murphy, that he was leaving
Elmer Swanson, ace Wolverine hur- Jy autobile from Oak Ridge, Tenn.,
dier, will be on the baseball team and uldbe in camp in a day or two,
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CHICAGO, March 13 --(P)-- The
Chicago Blackhawks tonight smoth-
ered Detroit under a barrage of six
oals in the second period to handj
the Red Wings a 9-4 defeat and climb
within a point of second place Boston.
The Blackhawks with the score 5-2
put on their fastest scoring show
show of the season in the second per-
iod.

BASEBALL SCORES

St. Louis (N)
New York (N)
Boston (N) 2,

1, Cincinnati 0
7, Philadelphia (N)
Philadelphia (A) 0

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