THLE MICHIGAN IDAILY
F~RIDAY. APrm 2, 1948
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LIKE FATLING OFF A LOG
Alex Canja, former captain and
number one diver of the Mich-
igan swinming team, showed
the I-M Open house audience
how easy it is to do a perfect
swan dive off the high board.
Can.ia and varsity diver Tommy
O'Neil put on an exhibition be-
fore the fraternity swimming
UPS AND OVER-Fred Otto tried to pump in a desperate one-
handed shot as he streaked around a Phi Kappa Psi guard -in the
closing minutes of the Intramural fraternity basketball cham-
The attempt was no good. Lambda Chi Alpha lost control of
the ball and eventually the game to the Phi Psi's, 29-26.
The fraternity tussle was sandwiched in between the inde-
pendent and residence halls title tilts, giving the Open House
spectators over three solid hours of basketball entertainment.
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DAILY PHOTOS BY BILL WISE
EDITED BY BEV BUSSEY AND BOB LENT
TAKING IT ON THE CHEEK--Larry Hetrick knows how to
take punches as well as dish them out, as Mark Abend lands one
in the first round of their match.
The 1"75 pound contest had to go the entire three rounds before
Hetrick, from Sigma Chi, was awarded the decision over SAM
pugilist, Abend, in the Intramural All-Campus boxing tournament
at the Open House.
Hersh proved to the tennis en-
thusiasts that he hasn't lost any T
of his court "moxie" since he
held down the No. 1 position on
the 1946 Varsity squad.
Teaming with Captain Bill
Mikulich, Hersh volleyed several
sets against last Spring's top
seeded net stars, Andy Paton
and Fred Otto, in an exhibition
at the Open House and as a
preliminary warm-up to some
rough competition on the south-
ern road trip.
With Paton firmly entrenched
in Hersh's old number one posi-
tion, the ex-sailor will be dog-
ging Mikulich and Otto for the
number two post. He rated
ahead of Mikulich before he left
for service and his presence
should boost Michigan's tennis
hopes for the coming campaign.
DIAMOND RETURNEE - Bob
Chappuis who played in the
Wolverine outfield in 1945 and
held down the catcher's position
on the 1944 Michigan baseball
squad will be back in uniform
this season after being forced
out of last year's play with a
BENNIE OOSTERBAAN after taking over the joi of coaching the Michigan football team from
Coach-of-the-year Fritz Crisler, starts putting the Wolverine eleven through its paces in spring
training. As shown here Oosterbaan with the aid of one of his coaches, points out the finer points
of good blocking.
DOM TOMASI, CHALMERS 'BUMPS' ELLIOTT, BOB CHAPPUIS, AND PETE ELLIOTT look on as
Ev Ellin, Sports Editor of the 'Ensian describes the layout of the new yearbook. A limited supply
of the 'Ensian at $6.00 a book is still available, but students are urged to buy while there is still time.
1948 Spring Captains
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