THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1947
Final Cage Standings
Bob Harrison Elected '47-'48 Cage Captain;
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I-M Boxing Prelimnares Set for
Over Thirty Fighters Already
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By JERRY ALEXANDER
Preparations for the all campus
boxing tournament took on a pro-
fessional tone today with the an-
nouncement that the preliminar-
ies are to be held at the Intra-
mural Building, Thursday night,
March 20, with stands set up to
accommodate over 1,000 specta-
What started out to be a smalle
contest to discover some new tal-
ent has developed into a real box-
ing show. Vith about a week left
for entries, the dtraw already
numbers about 30 men.
Three Heavies Enter
Some of the better boys o.n
campus who have put in early ap -
plications are, Dick Kempthorn,
Ralph Kohl, and George Athans
heavyweights; Liner Litzy and
Julian Renfro lightheavies, and in
the lower weight divisions Ed
Burns, Bob Harrison and Pete
Lee Setomer the unofficial
coach made a special request that
all fellows in the lighter divisions
who have not as yet signed up
do so before the entries close on
Draw For Pairings
After the entries close, a draw
wif'~ i.t .UUI Itc y
wily be held at which the pairing,
will he made for the bouts on the
20. As the plans are now, on the
afternoon of that date all the
competing boxers will meet at the
Intramural Building to weigh in
for thci" evening matches.
The fighters will go over the
three round route with each
stanza lasting either 90 seconds or
According to the I.M. pro-
moters, flashy medals are going to
be awarded to the winner in each.
weight division and possibly to the
In the pieantime the plans 01r"
the form ltion of a boxing team at
Michigan for the coming season,
were raoydly materializing. The
petitions requesting such a team
were rcc2ntly handed in and have
already rassed the Loard of Man
agers. They are now supposedly
resting on Fritz Crisier's desk and
on his r : tai n from the conference
meetings n a week or two, the pe-
titions ;vwll pass before The Board
of Control of Intercc llegiate Ath -
letics of Michigan for a final O.K.
Everyone is hoping it will be O.K.
Eight Given Letters
By Coach Cowles
Wolverine Natators Surprise
Of Conference Swi M eet
By MURRAY GRANT
LETTERMEN'S CHERCE - - -
Bob Harrison, Toledo's hard-
court gift to Michigan was vot-
ed captain of next years squad
yesterday by his teamates.-
Don MacIntosh, 6' 3" center for
the West Lodgers of the Indepen-
dent basketball league, establish-
ed the second new Intramural
record last week as he sank 35
Bob Harrison, one of Coach Oz- "They surprised everyone, in-
(luding myself this past weekend,"
zie Cowles ex-"one-handed free Coach Matt Mann said after
throw artists," was named to cap- Michigan's 15 entrants in the
tain the 1947-48 Michigan basket- Western Conference Swimming
ball team and Mack Suprunowicz. Championships had garnered 51
points to take second place be-
freshman star, was selected by hiind the powerful Ohio State
eight lettermen as the team'st
"most valuable player." -d
Wolverines placed in every
Harrison, a regular forward as a event with harry Holiday and
freshman last season, switched to Bob Sohl taking titles in their
guard this term and capably fill- specialties. The only other first
ed one of Cowles' most pressing Michigan took was in the 300-
needs. He succeeds Pete Elliott yard medley, where the trio of
as Captain. Holiday, Sohl and Dick Wein-
Free Throw Artist berg added anotner record to
The Toledo sophomore was the their growing collection.
squad's best free throw shot after Especially outstanding perform-
he got used to the orthodox two ances were turned in by Wally
handed charity shooting method Stewart. Gus Stager, and the
that Cowles preaches. medley trio who paced the Wol-
"I don't think Bob missed more verines. Stewart, s w im m in g
than one or two free throws since against the cream of the distance
the turn of the semester," Cowles crop, took a second place in the
said. 1500 meter event. He churned
Suprunowicz was the fifth high the 66 laps of the pool in 20:00.2,
scorer in the Big Nine, totaling which was 14 seconds better than
163 points on 63 goals and 37 free he had ever done.
throws. He succeeds last year's Stager, sensational freshman
"most valuable player," Glen Sel- flash, had been specializing in
bo, now a Badger guard, who was the 220-yard freestyle. Here he
largely responsible for Wisconsin's turned in the fastest time trial
championship performance this as he was clocked in 2:12.6 to
season." take his preliminary heat. He
Eight Letters Awarded came back in the evening and
In addition to Harrision, Su- swam a beautiful race to be nos-
prunowicz, and Elliott, forwards, ed out by Jack Hill of Ohio as
Boyd McCaslin, and Gerrit Wier- Bill Smith tore the lid off the
da, centers, Bill Roberts and Irv former record with a sizzling
Wisneiwski, and guard Bill Miku- 2:08.4.
lich received letters. Stager lost another heartbreak-
er in the 440-yard freestyle, a
Numeral winners include Bill comparatively new event to him.
Bauerle, Bump Elliott, Joe Stottle- Jack Hill took the event in the
baner, Jim Deremo, and Chai'lie record time of 4:46.4 and Stager
Ketterer.-i cor oal Ynnt nt n
LAKELAND, Fla.. March 10-
(.'P)-Thie Detroit T igers went to
~school" today as 1I-inager Steve
O'Neill had the infield polishing
tip on plays in which the team
looked ragged Sunday in drop-
ping a 6 to 1 exhibition game to
the Cincinnati Edsl.
Detroit's "Varsity" combination
was named by O'Neill to face the
Philadelphia Phillies Tuesday at
Clearwatel' with Roy Cullenbilje,
Eddie Mayo, Eddie Lake and
George Kell to start as the in-
field, Hoot Evers, Dick Wakefield
and Pat Mullin in the outfield
and George (Birdie) Tebbetts
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also let the swimming world
know that he is a definite con-
tender for the 1948 Olympics.
Sohl was clocked in 2:21.4, an-
other new record and second
only to Joe Verdeur of LaSalle
College for the fastest time of
Divers Gil Evans and Alex Can-
ja survived the paring from 20
divers to six to place fourth and
sixth in the final competition.
Buckeyes Bruce Harlan, Miller
Anderson, Jim Strong and Jack
Calhoun had been regarded by the
experts as the top four in diving.
Evans edged Calhoun for
fourth place and one bad dive
caused him to be nosed out by
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Strong. But the stars of the
show were Anderson and Har-
lan, who turned in one of the
most spectacular exhibitions of
diving ever witnessed. Harlan
finally dethroned Anderson as
Big Nine champ by nosing him
out 154 to 151.
Wolverines Bill Crispin, Jay
Sanford, Tom Coates, Art John-
son and Bill Upthegrove, all com-
parative youngsters on this year's
squad, turned in highly creditable
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Team Nets 391
With Capt. Tom Slattery show-
ing the way, Michigan's straight
rail billiards team totaled 391
points in initial play at the Union
--good for fourth place in the
New England and Eastern Sec-
Slattery contributed 99 points
to the Wolverine attack in his 20
innings while teammates Herb
Roche, Jim Mummey, Roy His-
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Dick Weinberg lost two tough
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dual winner of the meeting.
Weinberg won his heat in the
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second off his morning trial to
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prior defeat at the hands of
Buckeye Jim Counsilman, but
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