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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1948

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Spring Football
Starts Monday
Spring football practice will
begin Monday, March 29. Men
interested in participating in
the six-week session are re-
quested to report at Ferry Field
this week for assignment of
lockers and uniforms to avoid
congestion the first part of
next week.
EXHIBITION SCORES
Dodgers 3, Montreal 2
Indians 6, Browns 5
Washington 9, Reds 5

155-Pound Boxer Captures I-M Trophy'

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Kentucky NCAA Champs

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Harrison Kee
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By L. E. NELSON
For the second straight year
Bob Harrison has walked off with
the Intramural boxing award for
the best fighter, in the I-M tour-

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at the Sports Building. .nde )enden Crowe
Byron Dean, Jim Edberg and
Larry Hetrick were the other Taken by Mis-Fits
weight division champions.
Not the Cage Captain By CARL HORN
Harrison (not the Wolverine Approximately 4,000 peo
cage captain) took the 155-pound filled the Sports BuildingI
crown in decisioning Jack Hall-; night to watch- top competit
berg after taking the title last year in 17 different sports.
in the 145-pound class. The bald- Basketball championships w
headed battler was a unanimous decided in the fraternity, in
winner in the opinion of judges pendent, and residence halls d
Lavandowski, Hoffman, Philbin, sions with each game provid

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TITLE FLEET!
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Defendin'Y Swiimi Chaiiips
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first Watts of Iowa State who defeat
of three articles oni the fort hconing
NCAA swimming meet beingheld Hcogerhyde last week in the Ce
here this weekend. Tomorrows ar- tral Collegiate Conference eve
ticle will deal with Friday's events.) while swimming the 1500 mete
By MERLE LEVIN for the first time.
Michigan plays host to the Na- hleusner After Crown
tional Collegiate Athletic Associa- If this isn't enough to wor
tion swimming meet for the fourth Hoogerhyde he'll have former B
time in that association's history Nine champion Bill Heusner
this weekend, and as befits a 25th Northwestern and Bill Smith
anniversary this will be the big- Ohio State. now fully recover
gest and best meet of them all. from a touch of the flu whi
Never before has such a spar- hampered him at the recent Wes
kling aggregation of stars been en Conference meet, to conte
assembled at one pool. Seven de- with.
fending champions will be back Then too, there'll be Gus Stag
and only one is a definite favorite and Johnny McCarthy of Mic
to repeat! That's how tough this gan who finished fourth and fif
year's competition will be! . respectively in the Conferen
Hoogerhyde Defends Title meet and Tom Gastineau of I
First to lay title on the line at diana and Ralph Sola of Stanfoi
the Michigan pool will be Michi- This will be an important ra
gan State's Georgie Hoogerhyde for Michigan in its bid to dethro
who will attempt to defend his I Ohio State as NCAA champic
1500-meter crown Thursday eve- With Ohio practically assured
ning. 24 points in the diving ever
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NEW YORK, March 23-iTP1-Kentucky's classy Wildcats won
he NCAA basketball championship tonight by overwhelming Baylor,
58-42, before 16,174 fans at Madison Square Garden.
The smart, sharpshooting boys from the bluegrass country suc-
ceeded Holy Cross' Crusaders, who triumphed over Kansas State, 60-
54, in a preliminary consolation game for third place.
Kentucky and Baylor may meet again this s4easoni since both
are participants in the Olympic tryouts opening at, the Garden~
Saturday.
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KACHOO!
ANN ARBOR, Michigan, March 24--Early birds and
early spring bring early colds say the registered
pharmacists at Calkins-Fletcher's House of Vitamins.
Taking vitamins in capsule form is one way of keep-
ing your body in tip top shape. Come into Calkins-
Fletcher's and let the House of Vitamins help you
with your specific needs for a better defense against
spring sniffles.
PEEK-A-BOO0!
ANN ARBOR, Michigan, March 24 --Birds in the
spring bring picture taking opportunities of a life-
time say Calkins-Fletcher's photography consultants.
Calkins-Fletcher's handles film for all makes and all
sizes of cameras. Service on films is fast and eco-
nomical. Bring your camera in today and start stocking
up for the future.
Colkins-Fletcher rug Stores
324 South State Street 818 South State Street

Hand Lasch.
The Montclair, N.J. fighter
caught Hallerg coming in and
drove him through the ropes with
a right hand wallop to the jaw in
the opening heat, which turned
out to be the "punch of the night."
Outstanding Fight
Two very clever ring craftsmen,
Larry Hetrick and Mark Abend,
put on the outstanding fight of
the evening in the 175-pound class.
Hetrick, confident throughout the
match, stalked his faster adver-
sary and landed often enough with
his right to win the decision.
Varsity wrestler Byron Dean de-
feated Morrie Koblenz in the 135-
pound class. Like Harrison it was
Dean's second I-M championship
and also at a heavier weight.
Wins Unanimously
Dave Ruetenik was on the of-
fensive throughout his bout with
Jim Edberg in the 145 pound divi-
sion but didn't land as hard or as
often. Edberg won the unanimous
decision.
Terry Brille was declared the
165 pound champion when Jerry
Weingeart was unable to fight due
to an I-M basketball game. Infec-
tion in Al Wahl's hand caused the
calling off of the heavyweight
bout.
LATE SCORES
Phillies 6, Yankees 5
Red Sox 3, Cardinals 2
Pirates 4, Giants 2
CHURCH OF CHRIST
EVERY SUNDAY
Y.M.CA. BUILDING
NORTH FOURTH,
Opposite Courthouse
10:15 A.M. Bible Study
11:00 A.M. Worship
7:00 P.M. Bible Study
7:30 P.M. Worship. Every-
one cordially invited.

Phi Kappa Psi edged out
Lambda Chi Alpha, 29-26, to
take the fraternity basketball
crown. In the dorm league,
Vaughan House staved off a
last quarter Wenley House rally
to win 34-28.
The Mis-Fits defeated the New-
man Club 31 to 29 in the Indepen-
dent tourney finals with the help
of two overtime periods. Bob Rit-
cheske sunk the winning basket
in a sudden-death overtime after
contributing the free-throw that
tied up the first overtime.
In the fraternity swimming fi-
nals, Phi Delta Theta garnered 26
points to take the title, and Chi
Phi was second with 20 markers.
The Beta's, Sigma Chi, and Zeta
Psi tied for third place.
All-Campus championships in
wrestling were decided in 8
weight divisions. Winners were
Hill in the 121-pound match,
who pinned Ruskin; Lamb de-
feated Stirdivant, 6-2, in the
128-pound division; Sligh won
over Prior in the 136-pound
class, and Marshall won in the
145-pound match in 40 seconds
of the second period by fall.
Herrigel pinned Linck in 52 sec-
onds of the first period to take,
the 165-lb. title. O'Connell won
the 155-pound crown in 43 sec-
onds of the first period.
Brunsting edged Hunsberger, 6-
5, for the 175-pound title in a
well-fought match. Barney pinned
Maple in the second period to
take the unlimited weight all-
campus championship.
Tigfers Win, 6-3-
BRADENTON, Fla., March23
-(P)--Freddy Hutchinson pitched
two hit ball in the six innings he
worked for the Tigers today as De-
troit defeated the Boston Braves
6-3 in an exhibition baseball game.

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