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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1947

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WAGE

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Swimmers Climax Gala,
By Sweeping All Events

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1948

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Big Nine Defers Action
On Elliott's Final Status
Faculty Representatives Report 'Questions
Concerning Actual Facts' in Halfback's Case

Aid Asked bi
Jim M itchell "th a successful season behind
ittheUniversity of Michigan
ro~ll Sailing Club is taking steps to
Equalsopen a campaign which members
Equals Froshope will gain them official
H urdle M ark nition and financial backing from
the University.
In the third track time trials of The club, with only seven boats
thesesonJi Mtchllunofi jand 60 members, has no more
the season Jim Mitchell unoffi- available boats and, since it can-
cially equaled the Freshman rec- not afford to add more, over 150
cord of 8.4 seconds in the 65 yard applications for membership have

cognition,
yBoat Club

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Crispin, Ma

Natators to AAU Tit
By DICK HURST
Matt Mann's swimmers team
brought this year's Swim Gala to
a splashing climax last night as
they annexed each event in which
they were entered.
Bill Crispin captured the title
in the 50 yard M.A.A.U. Cham-
pionhhip race turning in a :24.1
stint. Dave Tittle and Bill Kogan
took second and third place to
keep the ledger all Michigan.
Mann Nips Stager
Matt Mann III and Gus Stager
put on a fine duel in the 440 yard
;;rind. The two men swam shoul-
der to shoulder for 400 yards, un-
til Mann put on a stretch drive
that was too strong for Stager to
match. Mann passed under the
wire about two yards ahead of
Stager in the time of 4:55.2 with
.Charlie Moss taking third.
The clock caught Harry Holiday
in :59.8 as he paddled his way to
the crown for the 100 yard back-
strokers.
Bob Sohl had plenty again last
night as he won the 50 yard breast
stroke by beating out Bill Upthe-
grove and Harry Holiday in :26.7.
Urithegrove Takes 54
Bill Upthegrove came back to
capture the final event, a 50 yard
handicap dash, by nipping Jay
Sanford and D. Neisch in a hair
line decision.
featured the skill of Gil Evans of
featured the skill of Gill Evans of
this year's Michigan squad versus
Alex Canja, captain of last year's
Michigan squad versus Alex Can-
ja, captain of last year's swim-
ming team. Evans got the nod
with Canja finishing second and
Barney Cipiani and George Eyster
tying for third place.
Making a quick change of
costume, the divers put on a se-
quel to Friday night's session of
screwball antics, executing such
dives as the diving swan and the
horse-and-jockey dive in unimita-
ble fashion. Alex Canja started
the burlesque when he dived off
the high board in a nicely pressed,
single breasted, brown suit. The
horse play continued until Tim-
bourn's red underwear started to
alter the color of the water.
Synchronized Group Performs
Miss Rose Watson and Mr.
Ernie Stengel presented their
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ann, Uptbegrove, Spark
les in Season Tune-Up

young proteges in a fine display of
synchronized swimming with the
duet of Marilyn Stanley and Alice
Mikas proving their claim to na-
tional honors to the enthusiastic
audience.
Michigan State's team took the
championship in the women's 200
yard relay event in 1:59.8. Wom-
en's City Club Team I took second
place honors with Kronk Athletic
Club finishing third.-
Phil Power fought off a strong
challenge from Peter Fries to cap-
turme a 25 yard handicap race for
the eleven year olds in the eve-
ning's opening event. Bumpy
Jones captured the 100 yard free
style for, boys fifteen and under in
:506.4.
Keifer Entertains
Adolph Keifer, 1936 Olympic
backstroke star, demonstrated va-
rious aquatic skills he gathered in
his travels to Cuba, the Nile, and
Hollywood in a highly entertain-
ing skit.
Chicago Rockets'
Franchise Ended
NEW YORK, Dec. 13-(JP)-The
F~ranchise of the Chicago Rockets
was terminated today but the All-
American Conference announced
that a new group would be formed
to continue challenging the Bears
and Cards of the National League
for Chicago pro football patron-
age.
The franchise was taken over
temporarily by the Conference
and the club's draft rights will be
protected at the annual meeting
which originally was scheduled to
get under way Monday.
Jonas Ingram, Commissioner of
the two-year old loop, would give
no indication who would under-
take to finance the erstwhile
Rockets next season but from Chi-
cago came reports that Daniel F.
Rice, grain dealer,, and Col. Henry
Crown, President of the Materials
Service Corp., might be the ma-
jority stock holders.
William S. Toohey, president of
the dispossessed group, attended
today's club owners' meeting and
said later that "I probably will be
connected with new group in a
minority way."

BUME ELIOUtT
...voted most valuable
Elliott Selected
'Most Valuable
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4. He intercepted five passes to
squelch important enemy rallies,
adding 92 yards to his own total'
in the process.
5. He completed two of four
throws for 55 yards . . . 3 net total
of 494 yards accumulated in 72
plays.
The other nominees were Hal
Shoener, Iowa end; Ike Owens, Il-
linois end; Phil O'Reilly, Purdue
tackle; Dave Templeton, Ohio
State guard; Larry Olsonowski,
Minnesota guard; Howard Brown,
Indiana guard; Art Murakowski,
Northwestern halfback, and Bob
Wilson, Wisconsin center.
The group of electors included
the nine Conference football
coa& ,- nine veteran officials,
Kenney,.. L. Wilson, Conference
commissioner, Arch Ward, sports
editor of the Tribune, and Wilfrid
Smith, Tribune sports writer.
OSU Wins 82-70
MILWAUKEE, Dec. 13-(I)-
Ohio State's Buckeyes, with cen-
ter Neil Johnston hitting for 29
points, outshot Marquette's bas-
ketball team 82-70, in the Hilltop
gymnasium tonight.
Marquette came from behind to
knot the score at the half, 35-all
but the Buckeyes came on fast
and pulled away to win.
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CHICAGO, Dec. 13-(IP--The
Big Nine faculty representativesl
today deferred action on the ques-
tion of eligibility of star halfback
Chalmers (Bump) Elliott of Mich-
igan for the 1948 football season.,
Under the Conference code, El-
liott-due to a war-caused stay at
Purdue as a Marine trainee in
1943-44-reportedly was eligible
for a fifth football season. He
played at Michigan this year and
in 1946.I
The faculty group, however, re-{
ported at its closing session that
"several questions concerning ac-
tual facts" in the case could not
be answered now and it was tabled
until the next regular Confer-
ence meeting. Nature of the ques-
tions which developed and who
brought them up were not dis-
closed.
Previously, both Commissioner
K. L. (Tug) Wilson and Michi-'
gan's Ralph Aigler, Chairman of;
the Conference Eligibility Com-
mittee, indicated that a rule
counting 12 successive months as
one "college year" gave Elliott
only one season of competition at
Purdue, although he played parts
of both the 1943 and 1944 cam-
paigns.
Michigan requested a ruling on
Elliott, who was regarded as one
of the best backs in the Con-
ference and rated better than his
star teammate, Bob Chappuis, by
some coaches.
The faculty men waived three
minutesaofacompetition by half-
back Mel Groomes of Indiana in
1944, giving the Hoosier player
another season of eligibility.
The three-day winter conclave
closed without any public airing
of recruitingcharges which gen-
erally had been expected, but con-
ference spokesmen admitted that
the subject was discussed in lively
fashion behind closed doors in a
joint session of faculty represen-

tatives, athletic directors and foot-
ball coaches.
One faculty representative said:
"You can expect complaints
against recruiting and athletic ir-
regularities every day of the year,
but proving them is another mat-
ter. In our meeting, a lot of people
found they were impressed by only
hear-say."j
The group indicated that re-
vision of the Conference Hand-
book of Rules and Regulations was
nearly completed, but that most
of the changes were minor.
wings Top Hawks
DETROIT. Dec. 13-(PA)-Three
rookie forwards banged a goal
apiece for the Red Wings tonight
as Detroit climbed into sole pos-
session of second place in the
National Hockey League by edging
the Chicago Black Hawks, 4 to 3,
for the fifth straight time this
season.

high hurdles yesterday afternoon
in Yost Field house.
In other events Wolverine pole
vaulter, Ed Ulvestad soared 13 feet
and Harry Allis, a second semes-
ter freshman who will be eligible
for the beginning of the Indoor
season, tossed the shot 44 feet, an
improvement of three feet over
his best previous performance.
Justin Williams, a two miler last
season, turned in a creditable half
mile, and Herb Barten, Confer-
ence 880 champ, had Coaches
Doherty and Canham smiling
with a brilliant 600. They weren't
talking about the time, but they
looked pleased.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
John Carroll 60, Detroit 41.
Notre Dame 61, Northwestern
55.
Indiana 76, Carleton 42.
Illinois 70, Pittsburgh 33.

been turned down.
"U" Control Asked
The members feel that, since
they sail under the name of the
University, their actions reflect on
the school itself and should be
under greater control by the Uni-
versity.
Officials of the organization, a
member of the Midwest Colle-
giate Sailing Association, can use
as a convincing argument its fine
record of three firsts and one sec-
ond place in the four races in
which the club participated.
The initiial win was registered
during the May 3-4 weekend, when
they took the Michigan Invita-
tional Midwest Dinghy Regatta at
Whitmore Lake in a field of five
schools.
Because Michigan was the spon-
soring school, it was ineligible for
the trophy and Michigan State,
the next highest point team was

named the winner. Northwestern,
Denison, and Youngstown followed
in that order.
Denison, MSC Defeated
Two weeks later the Michigan
sailors defeated teams from Den-
ison and Michigan State in a
triangular meet held again at
Whitmore Lake.
The club confined itself to intra-
club races during the summer, but
continued its winning ways at the
Denison Invitational Trophy Re-
gatta, which was held in October.
Whitmore Lake was once more the
scene of activities.
Beat Eight Schools
Michigan defeated eight schools,
the losers in order of their finish
being Ohio State, Northwestern,
Ohio Wesleyan, Wisconsin, and
Hillsdale. The other two schools,
Michigan State and Youngstown,
were eliminated in the preliminary
runs.
Over the Thanksgiving weekend,
the Michigan sailors, using the
unfamiliar Dyer type dinghys,
came in second in the Northwest-
ern Invitational Trophy Regatta.
The Purple crew took the event,
and behind Michigan came Ohio
State, Purdue, Michigan State,
University of Chicago, and Deni-
son.

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of the University Musical Society,
Mr. Charles A. Sink, President
WPAG and WAiM
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Mon., Dec. 15, Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre. A pupil of Joseph Brink-
man, Mr. Henderson will play
compositions by Czerny, Debussy,
Chopin, Mozart, Ravel, and Al-
beniz. The public is invited.
Student Recital: Lorraine
Zeeuw, organist, will present a
program in partial fulfillment of
the requirements for the degree
of Bachelor of Music atE8:3Q p.m.,
Tues., Dec. 16, Hill Auditorium.
Open to the general public, the re-
cital will include compositions by
Bach, DeLamarter, Brahms, Ma-
leingreau, and Karg-Elert.

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December 21; PRINTS BY LA-
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PRINT GROUP, through Decem-
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Daily, except Monday, 10-12 and
2-5; Sunday, 2-5; Wednesday eve-
nings, 7-9. The public is invited.
Museum of Art, Alumni Mem-
orial Hall. Gallery Talk on Ex-
hibitions of Abstract Painting
and Lasansky Prints by Prof.
Chet La More, Tuesday, Decem-
ber 16, 4 p.m. The public is invit-
ed.
Architecture Building. Century
of Photography; from the Muse-
um of Modern Art. Through De-
cember 15.
"Natural History Studies at the
Edwin S. George Reserve, Uni-
versity of Michigan," Museums
Bldg. Rotunda. Through Decem-
ber.
Events Today I
Itoger williams Guild: Mcc at
the W.A.B. at 7:30 for a square
dance with the Lutheran Student
Association.
Social Research Group: Prof. D.
G. Marquis, chairman of the
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