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Dick Didn't Bunt
As Michigani Ace
Reports Dick Walieleld, the
former University or Michuiganr
star now a letroit outitielle-
has never learnel to biit d
not greatly surparise tay Fisli-
er, the Wolverine laseball
coach.
"Dick never played ball be-
fore he came here and in the
year he played on the varsity
squad, I never asked him to
hunt," Fisher said. "The way he
was hitting the pitchers in this
league there was no sense in
telling him to do anything but
hit away."
His hitting paced Michigan
to a Western Conference cha.-
pionship and he -ranks as the
greatest power hitter in Con-
ference history.
Detroit Scout "Wish" Egan
stated recently that Wakefield
would have batted in the .300
last year with 10 safe bunts.
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H uge (Crowd Witnesses ree Swim
Annual Sports Event ' .A(I
Ch' Isi Top, ATO, 37-2 in. ,asketiall N(A A Feld

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. By BEV BUSSEY
Neither the elements, a leaky
roof, nor a fouled-up pistol could
detract 5,000 sports enthusiasts
from witnessing a thrill-packed
Open house aiernoa last night
at. the Sports Building.
The first game of the program
found the Rebels edging out the
Mis-fits while referee Harry An-
derson took several breaks to mop
up a slightly "damp" floor. In-
stead of calling off the next two
games, the fraternity and dorm
title tilts were shifted to another
court in quick order, and every-
thing was restored to normal.
Gun Gets Temperamental
But all was not too rosy in the
swimming meet, for when, the res-
idence halls 25-yard free stylers
took their mark, the pistol gave
an ear-shattering click t h r e e
straight times, which had the
boys hanging so far over the edge
of the pool they were practically
lying horizontal on the water. In
the fraternity 100-yard free style
race the pistol got temperamental
again by misfiring with the re-
sult that one fellow hats swum
a length and a half before being
stopped and notified that he had
to start again.
In a closely contested battle,
the Rebels of the Independent
League outscored the Mis-Fits,
27-25 to take the league title.
The Rebs had to beat the Goosers
last Monday night to gain a final
berth and they came through last
night with some excellent shot-
making by Frank Gutowsky, who

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was ligh scorer with 10 counters
C'hi Psi Wins
Before a capacity crowd Chi
Psi upset a favoredATOquintet,
37-28 1to garner the Fraternt .A'
baskcetbal lrown. The Ci Psi
five got off to an early lead with
two successive buckets by Dolph
Neeme and a 11o0p by Don Mc-
Kay to lead, 6-1.
In the second quarter the ATO's
found the range and hammered
away at te Chi Psi lead until
they were down by only a 15-12
margin at the half. In the third
stanza the ATO's surged ahead on
a set shot by Deyoe, but the Chii
Psi's came back in the final period
and moved back into the lead to
stay.
Greene house Takes Title
In the Residence Hall cham-
pionships, Greene House came
out on the long end of a 39-29
score as they took the measure
Titles Aplenty
Independent Basketball: The
Rebels
Fraternity Basketball: Chi
Psi
Residence Hall Basketball:
Greene House
Fraternity Swimming: Sig-
ma Chi
Dormitory Swimming: Hins-
dale House
Professional F r a t e r n i t y
Swimming: Nu Sigma Nu
Dormitory Water Polo: Hins-
dale House
All-Campus Paddleball Dou
bles: Lee Setomer and Bill Jus-
kawitz
Fraternity Paddleball: Phi
Gamma Delta
of Allen-Rumsey. The Greene
House quintet took the lead in the
second quarter on hoops by Jim
Weber and Dick Baker as they
gained a long 20-13 margin.
Hinsdale House swept six out
of seven firsts to annex the dorm
swimming title from Adams House,
35-28. They took their second
championship immediately after
by. administering a 5-0 defeat to
Adams House in the water polo
finals. Art Fields grabbed firsts
in the 25-yard breaststroke and
diving, and swami on the winning
free style and medley relays for
Hinsdale.
Sig Chi's Cop Swimming
In compiling 21 points for the
fraternity swimming champion-
ship; Sigma Chi won only one!
race, but placed in five other
events. Stan Dale pulled in a-
head of the field in the 50-yard
backstroke in :32.4 for the only
Sigma Chi win.
Maple Leafs Beat
Wing s Init Overtime,
TORONTO, March 26 - (/P) -
The Toronto Maple Leafs defeat-
ed the Detroit Red Wings, 3-2 to-
night in the first game of their
best-of-seven Stanley Cup semi-
final series after the contest was
extended to a "sudden death"
overtime period. The attendance
was 12,749, lower than the average
National Hockey League crowd
here.

I l(..Itvy I I I Ie. I ll As e Decision
Over Michigani, Yrale
RN'i JLRRVYALEXANDERe
The forthcoming NCAA Swim- The first annual All-Campus
ming meet in Seattle, Washington Boxing Tournament came to a
tomorrow and Saturday is touted spectacular finish as 1,500 rabid
by experts to be a three way rate jtlLs, roared their approval while
between the powers of the Mid- the seven final bouts were run off
west, Ohio State and Michigan, last niglit as the feature attrac-
and Yale's strong team in the East. tion of the Intramural Building
The Bulldogs of Yale succeeded Open house.
in making a runaway of the East- Clsick Dean and Dick Kudner
ern Intercollegiates last weekend opened the card in the 127 final.
as they swamped the rest of the Da an soon solved Kudner's puz-
eastern entries. The times were zling southpaw style connecting
right down near record breaking with powerful rights consistently.
and it appears that the mermen Kudiier rallied in the second
of Michigan and Ohio State are in "mund using his longer rach,
for some mighty stiff competition. Bitting with long lefts to the head.
The Wolverines have never In the final stanza Dean hit heavy
finished worse than second in and often and went on to take the
all the years they have entered decision from the tiring Kudner
this annual meet, but this year 8-8-.,
they will be decided underdogs .iiggs Tfake Title
to the Buckeyes and are given an The pace quickened in the sec-
even change of edging out Yale's oni match as Milt Higgs over-
entry.; shadowed Bud Marshall in the
Yale's entry will include four 135 pound fray. Higgs used a slow
men who will bear close atten- deliberate style, tossing effective1
tion. They are Paul Girdes, sen- left jabs throughout the fight and
sational freshman free-styler from occasionally crossing up Marshall
Hartford, Conn., who won the with strong rights to the midriff.
220-yard freestyle Friday even in Marshall gamely countered and
2:13.4 and who has broken most kept coining in but Higgs was too
of Yale's freshman freestyle ree- smooth a fighter tonight as he won
ords this season. 37-75.
Another Blue and White stal- At 145, former Golden Glover
wart is Alan Stack, who is re- Bob Harrison had a hard time
garded as the second best back- I whipping Jack Keeler. Keeler us-
stroker in the nation. Stack is ing a southpaw stance kept Har-
expected to push Wolverine rison on the defensive thoughout,
Harry holiday to the limit when throwing plenty of leather when-
the two meet in the Seattle pool. ever Harrison came in range.
IHarrison was obviously trying
Ed Heuber and Dick Morgan, he K.On as hevhel bkyi
short distance freestyler, will be for the K.O. as he held back his
on hand to see if they can break left using his right constantly.
into the strength of the Midwest- even taking two punches in order
en trio; Ishalo Hirose and Bill to toss that ready right. In the
Smith of Ohio State and Michi- final round Harrison finally pulled
gan's Dick Weinberg. Morgan away as he uncocked his left to
edged Heuber in the 50-yard free- hit repeatedly and win 90-74.
style at the Yale pool this weekend Ayers Scores KO
in :23.6, which is the same time as The crowd became really ex-
was recorded in the recent West- cited in the 155 contest between
ern Conference meet. Bill Muha and Don Ayers as both
Bob .Sohl, Wolverine breast- opened up with a terrific exchange
stroker, appears to be in for a of rights and lefts. Ayers seconds
rough evening also as Joe Verdeur later scored the evening's first
of LaSalle College in Philadel- I knockdown as he connected with
phia amazed obeservers at the a torrid right to Muha's head.
Yale pool when he broke his own In the second round Ayers, who
world's record for the 200-yard was looking very sharp, caught
breaststroke. Verdeur set the roc- rkluha with a strong left hook anti
ord books ablaze with a 2:16.4. followed it up as lie landed a spec-

t~aCul't right to MIuthia's law. After
,ak i ing his nine second rest Muha
gamely arose but it was no use as
Ayers shiftily moved in and put
everything he had into a terrific
right cross that put Muha away
for the count at 1:27 of the round.
At 105, Ed Burns and Jerry
19 Wolvelilles
Battle for 0Top
Va rsity Posts
As soon as weather permits, 19
leading candidates for Michigan's
golf team will match talents on
the University Golf Course in a
36-hole medal event for the 12
available varsity berths, Coach
Bert Katzenmeyer announced yes-
terday.
The top eight performers in the
intra-squad competition will be
rewarded with an Easter trip
through Dixie-land to battle with
some of the South's top-ranking
collegiate contenders.
Coach Katzenmeyer, who has
surveyed the swinging of more
than 80 golf prospects in the past
two weeks of indoor practice at
the Sports Building, optimistical-
ly reports tlat he has an abun-
dant wealth of talent on hand to
carry the Wolverines, defending
Big Nine titlists, to another
championship.
The 19 talented golfers include
several 1946 letterwinners-Cap-
tain Dave Barclay, Bill Courtright,
Pete Elliott, Rog Kessler, Ed Scha-
ion and Doug Beath. Johnny
Jenswold, 1945 Big Nine champ,
and Tom Messinger played here
two years ago, while Paul O'Hara
and Bill Ludolph were mainstays
of the 1944 and '43 squads.
The most promising newcomers
battling for starting berths are
Mort Cohn, John Bennett, Gar-
ry De Vries, Jack Vezina, Ken
Burke, Wes Carlson, Jack Noyce,
John McCoy, and Tom Chenot.
CEW-C UTS!! i
ne you flat, rowed (Jr fqua re-
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The ha eoI a Barbers
-13ween Mich. and State itheatres

Knockou
W in ' rti 1) on anl othert w'i ehl'
contest. BI 1 bos foughilt I iard
and rather evenly with a slight
point advantage resting with Win-
geart. Tn the second round how-
ever, the latter was penalized six
points as he repeatedly failed to
heed the referee's warning to step
back froin the clinches without
throwing any punches. Burns
went on to win 86-84 but the re-
sult would have been different if
not for the foul.
Mark Abend upset former Gold-
en Glover Linus Lit sey in the
hightheavy tilt by the close score
of 87-82. Litsey, a superior boxer,
had piled up a very slight lead
going into the last round but
Abend changed tactics and com-
menced slugging instead of at-
tempting to outbox Litsey. The
new strategy proved effective as
Litsey became just slightly flus-
tered, enough for Abend to shade
him in this closely fought bout.
The final clash of the tourna-
ment was really a crowd pleaser
as heavyweights Dick Kempthorn
and Ralph Kohl thrilled the spec-
tators with three rounds of con-
stant slugging.
Th~e WJ t. is!
127 pounds-Chuck Dean de-
cisioned Dick Kudner
135-Milt higgs dec. over
Bud Marshall
145-Bob Harrison dec. over
Jack Keeler
155-Don Ayers K.O.ed Bill
Bill Muha 1:27 of second round.
165-Ed Burns contested dec.
over Jerry Wingeart
Lightheavies - Mark Abeid
dec. over Linus 'Jud" Litsey
Heavyweights-Ralph Kohl
dec. over Dick Kempthorn

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