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"_-_THE MICHiGAN DAILY

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Verdeur Smashes Breaststroke iark

Track, Gym Squads See Action

Leafs Go Two
Up on bruins
TORONTO, March 27 - (P) -
Ted Kennedy scored four goals
tonight to lead the Toronto Maple
Leafs to a 5-3 win over the Boston
Bruins in the second game of their
National Hockey League Stanley
Cup playoff series. The Leafs had
won the opener, 5-4 in overtime
Wednesday night.
Kennedy, a 22-year-old center,
tallied twice in both the first and
second periods to give the Leafs
a commanding lead in the best-
four-out-of-seven series.
The third game of the set will
be played Tuesday night in Bos-
ton.
Kennedy converted passes from
linemates Howie Meeker and Vic
Lynn for his first goal early in the
initial period while Boston's Fern
Flaman was in the penalty box.
Yanks Sell Hurler
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., Mar.
27-(A3)-Charley Wensloff, right
handed pitcher, was sold by the
New York Yankees to the Phila-
delphia Phillies today for a report-
ed $30,000.
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Fonville, Dolan Win Titles;
Relay Team s Disqualified

LaSalle College Merman
Covers Route in 2:14.7
400 Yard Freestyle Relay Decides Meet
Michigan State lakes Second, Iowa Third

Ai GORGEOUS
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(Special to The Daily)
LAFAYETTE, Ind., March 27-
Michigan's trackmen ran into a
little bad.luck again last night but
managed to grab two individual ti-
tles at the Purdue relays.
Charlie Fonville failed to sur-
pass his own world's indoor shot-
put mark but his 56 feet 6%
inches was good enough for a first
place and a new meet record.
Wolverine Pete Dendrinos took a,
second in the shot.
Wolverine high-jumper Tom
Dolan leaped 6 feet 4 inches to
gain the top spot in his special-!
ty.
Menaced once again by a jinx
that seems to have followed them
all season, the Maize and Blue
two-mile relay quartet of Joe Hay-
den,, George Shepherd, George
Vetter and Herb Barten finished
first and then were disqualified be-
cause Hayden had stepped out of
his lane.
Ohio State's Buckeyes were
awarded first place. Michigan's
time was 7:54.8.
In the mile relay Michigan fin-
ished a step behind Ohio's quartet
which won the event in 3:22.8.
LATE BASKETBALL a
NEW YORK, March 27-(/)-
Kentucky's wonderful Wildcats
spotted Louisville University a 5-0
lead, then came roaring back to
swamp the NAIB champions,
91-57, at Madison Square Garden
tonight to reach the semi-final
round of the Olympic basketball
trials.

Ed Ulvestad of the Wolverines
tied for third in the pole vault.
He finished behind Larry Busby of
Purdue and Lloyd Duff of Ohio
State.
Busby's winning vault was 13
feet 9%,8 inches.
In the highlight of the eve-
ning Baldwin-Wallace's Harri-
son Dillard tied the American
indoor record for the 60 yard low,
hurdles.
Earlier in the day Fred Johnson
of Michigan State also equaled the
same record.
Michigan's sprint medley relay
quartet finished third behind In-
diana and Ohio State.
GyrnasLt Duo siXi
(Spec aito The Daily)
CHICAGO, March 27--Michi-
gan's two man gymnastics con-
tingent, Torn Tillman and Bob
Schoendube came through with
third and fourth place in the
trampoline to push the Wolverines
to sixth place in the eleven team
National Collegiate gym meet,'
which was won by Penn State,
here tonight.
Tillman with 247 and Schoeri-
dube with 246 were shaded by Bill
Lucchesi of California, whose 248
total was good for second behind
Illinois' Bill Hughes.
Penn State's Nittany Lions were
the class of the 1948 field. They
tallied 55 team points to 3412 for
the runner-ups from Temple. In
addition, Penn State supplied the
meet's all around gymnastic
champion in Ray Sorenson.
Illinois, Minnesota, and Cali-
fornia took the next three places.
Individual champions were Sor-
enson on the parallel bars; Hal
Thompson, California, tumbling;
George Hayes, Temple, flying
rings; Joe Cglvetti, Illinois, high
bar; George Green, Penn State,
side horse; and Hughes, trampo-
line.

Sports
Round-up
Diamond Pennant Odds
ST. LOUIS, March 27-(AP)-The
New York Yankees and the Bos-
ton Red Sox are rated 5-6 favorites
in the American League and the
St. Louis Cardinals 8-5 in the Na-
tional League in pennant race odds
released today by Betting Commis-
sioner JahTes J. Carroll.
American League: New York
and Boston 5-6, Detroit 8-1, Cleve-
land 20-1, Philadelphia 25-1,
Washington 40-1, Chicago and St.
Louis 100-1.
National League: St. Louis 8-5,
Boston 2-1, Brooklyn 3-1, New
York 5-1, Pittsburgh 15-1, Cincin-
nati and Chicago 20-1, Philadel-
phia 40-1.
Lions Seek Personnel
DETROIT, March 27 - (P) -
Coach A. N. (Bo) McMillin, who
left Indiana University last month
to become coach of the Detroit
Lions of the National Football
League, announced today that the
Detroit Club has 15 players under
contract for 1948.
McMillin said the Lions current-
ly are after such stars as Chalmers
(Bump) Elliott, Michigan's star
halfback, who won't be eligible for
the Wolverines' Rose Bowl champs
in 1948; Southern California's
great All-America end, Paul
Cleary; Arizona's star quarter-
back, Fed Enke, who led the nation
in scoring in 1947, and Michigan's
two briilliant Negro ends, Bob
Mann and Leonard Ford.
* *
Cambridge Crew Wins
LONDON, March 27 - (AP) -
A milk-fed Cambridge crew out-
stroked Oxford today in one of the
biggest upsets since the war.
The Light Blue eight, which
purchased a cow to insure an ade-
quate milk supply during its train-
ing, overcame a poor start to win
by five lengths.

(Continued from Page 1)
Merriam, representing the College
Swimming Coaches Association,
presented the "Outstandingf
Swimmer of 1948" award to the
LaSalle star.
Bob Sohl, Michigan butterfly
expert, placed second in the
breaststroke event with a 2:19.7
clocking while Keith Carter of
Purdue took third. Bill Schmidt
picked up two points for Temple
with his fourth place while Don
DeForrest of Pennsylvania placed
fifth.
Smith Becomes Double Winner
In the opening event, the 440-.
yard freestyle Bill Smith, reclaim-
ing his title of the "World's great-!
In the space of one week
Wolverine sports teams have
copped two national crowns.
Last week the hockey team took
the national title and last night
the mermen accomplished the
same feat.
est swimmer," became the only
double winner of the meet as he
copped an easy victory with a
fast 4:43.8 clocking. He won the
220-yard event Friday night.
Bill Heusner of Northwestern
was second and Wolverine Gus
Stager captured his third place
of the meet with his best time of
the season, 4:50.5. Roger Watts of
Iowa State was fourth and George
rioogeihyde of Michigan State

barely edged Matt Mann III by
an inch for fifth place.
Wally Ris of Iowa ran true to
form as he annexed the 100-yard
freestyle championship with a
good timing of :51.5. Ris led all
the way with Pete Powlison of
Washington pressing him
throughout the race.
Dick Weinberg took third ahead
of Halo Hirose of Ohio State to
put Michigan nine points ahead
of the Buckeyes. Paul Girdes of
Yale took fifth place, barely
touching out Stan Morketter of
California.
OSU Dominates Diving
After the breaststroke Michigan
led by 13 points, but then Ohio
State's divers took one-two-three
in the high board while Gil Evans
of Michigan placed fourth to give
Michigan a scant two-point lead.
Miller Anderson successfully de-
fended his three-meter title while
his teammate Bruce Harlan, who
last night captured the low board
crown, was second. Buckeye Jack
Calhoun edged Evans by 1.19
points to take third. Jack Tolar
of Texas was fifth while Charles
Chelich of Northwestern, the other
finalist, was sixth.
Iowa, paced by Wally Ris and
their freestyle relay team, took
third place with 26 points, while
Michigan State was again fourth
with 20 points. Stanford was fifth
with 16 and Yale placed sixth with
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Art Houtteman staved off a
ninth inning Washington rally to
give the Detroit Tigers a narrow
8-7 victory over the Senators in a
Grapefruit League exhibition
baseball game yesterday.
A home run hit by catcher Al
Evans off Stubby Overmire, sec-
ond Tiger moundsman, in the
final frame brought in three runs
which left the Nats a single run
short of a tie. Houtteman was
rushed to Overmire's rescue and
put out the fire.
Yanks Throttled
Veteran St. Louis Card chuck-
ers Al Brazle and Red Munger
allowed the potent New York
Yanks' bats just two hits while
St. Louis picked up three runs on
nine hits off the offerings of
"Spec" Shea and Randy Gumpert,
to win, 3-0.
Another shutout, by the Phila-
delphia Athletics, came at the ex-
pense of the Boston Braves.
Rookies Lou Brissie and Ray Cole-
man stopped the National League
contenders cold on seven bingles.
Suder and Valo each garnered
three hits in the Athletics' attack.
Reds Club Bosox
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defeat of the Boston Red Sox, 11-
3.
McCarthy's men helped the
Rhinelanders along by committing
five miscues. The Red Sox were
cut down to five blows, off the
slants of Johnny Vandermeer and
Harry Gumbert but two of the
blows were homers by Sam Mele,
Boston outfielder, and first sacker,
Jake Jones.
Pirates Downed
Oakland's Oaks throttled the
Pittsburgh Pirates in another
spring warmup session yesterday
by a 4-1 count. Pacific Coast
hurler Tom Hafey allowed the
Bucs two hits duringahis seven
inning route.
Gerald Priddy, new St. Louis
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runs across the plate with a home
run and double to single-handedly
defeat the Chicago White Sox 7-3.
Home runs also figured in
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cago Cubs. Successive round-
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Lou Boudreau after Dale Mitch-
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