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THE MICHIG DAILY
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Tie Southern Cal,14-14
IN THE SW1I OF T +HINGS:
Reeods 'Old StufC f or Mann's T eami
Bill Gay's 87 Yard Run
Sets Up Last Minute TD
Dill Paces Trojans to Great Moral Victory:
Furious Line Plav and Tackling iMark Battle
T hree ''
Fonville's Shot Put Mark
Receives AAU Approval
By DICK HURST
...anda a ne reco,
HOW MANY TDIES Matt Man
has heard thts quotation conara:-
uate a Michgan swimmer. las
year it was Me mea r slay ea
that streaked to a new war:ds rec-
ord in the 300 yar even and Bob
Sohi who churned up a new 100
yard reccod in the breast h:e-e
Ulater boken by Purdue's Car-
The fact is that in the last
24 years Michigan swimmers
hate set more records than those
of any other school. and the
coach who has tutored these
champions has been named the
"world's greatest swimming
coach" by his contemporaries.
"The Coach's"' relen over th
Wolverine swimming. dynasty i
in its 24th year. And the record
compiled- by Man-s teams is noth-
ing short of phenomenal.
Since 1927. when Wolverines
started winnin champicnships.
Michigan has captured 16 West-
ern Conference titles and 13 NCAA
titles, last year's team contiun
the pace with victories in both o:f
these championship events.
MANN HIM[SELF was quite a
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YA.LC.A. team. His next move
was to Brookline M .. where
he coached three straight Na-
tional Interscholastic chaim-
r~ions and at the same time
developed several good Harvard
New York's Ath e Club
"Go ,west. oa man" and he
run.Fro ater t:ue war until
14, Mann ccacuecd the Detroit
AC. swimmerS. Then in January
f 1925 he came to Michi-an to
oork on the best teams col-
lecat wmmn aseerpo
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NHIS THIRD season. Matt
Mann' oys won tir fstWet
er Conference and National
rowns. and they've been win"nn
tnem ever since-
The coach has become a Mich-
igan tradition. He conducts his
swimming meets with a spirit of
informality that makes this
sport of individual competition
even more interesting to the
He keeps tlhe meet rollina along'
at a fantastic rate. injecting hu-
m:r. ad-vice. information. and
spirit into his swimming meets
while his natators are busy mak-
in his the record that of the
'eates: swimm coach in the
tn freMann came to Amer-
ica and two years later was
hired to coach the Buffalo
Two Concerts in
NEW YORK - (P) - The 60th
National Convention of the Ama-
teur Athletic Union moved toward
a harmonious climax today when
Sat., Dec. 11
Sun., Dec. 12
Doris Doree Soprno
Nan Merriman, ContraLto
Frederick Jagel, Tenor
John Gurney, Bass
Mary Stubrins, Organ
University Choral Union
Musical Society Orchestra
Les te r MCeCOy, Con duco r
- - DAY - 2
HOIST THlE JOLLY ROGER!
HI ACKERS +s. PONKE!
-'unc "(WARY AND "
the BFIP SWFE"
E~~en~~ad S"':dav 35c
LOS ANGELES. Dec. 4- -
Notre Dame's mihtv Irish were
held today to a 14-14 tie by
Southern Caifornia's Trojans.
and ten minutes after the game
a real earthquake shook huge me-
MOTHER NATURE'S shudder-
ing all but matched the rumbling
of events in this vast concrete
bowl as 100.571 people saw tin-
beaten Notre Dame lucky to es-
cape with a two touchdown dead-
lock in a 60-minute battle. The
tie was gained in the final 30
seconds of this 20th renewal of
the Irish-Troy series.
And the scoreboard showed
Notre Dame 14. USC 14.
Gone was Notre Dame's proud
record of being unbeaten or un-
tied in 22 games. This one
snapped the Irish's consecutive
win streak at 21.
SAVED, HOWEVER, was their
ecord of no defeats in 28 games.
But that was thin syrup for a
battle today that found Frank
Leahy's green jersey giants forced
to scramble for a tie.
Twice in the last quarter the
under-rated. thrice-beaten Tro-
jans bent the Notre Dame ar-
mor for touchdowns. overcom-
ing a seven-point lead the
Notre Dames grabbed in the
second period as a crowd of
1051 people roared in joy or
Then. in the final minute of the
came, 170-pound Bll Gay. a
tpeedmaster from Chicago. took
a Trojan kickff and raced it back
37 yards before he was hauled
down on the Trojan 13-yarn line.
Notre Dame got up to the one-
yard ine. The fouc: fur-
cusly. Fuloak FrankPane!
manaed to cet two feet.
Then sou.a Em:lSk who
broke the Troan ba~k lith a 76-
yard °-alop in t is game la ~ea-
,' L.ntover for the i:: oua-
no -' B
STEVE ORACKO calml kcked
thie co n-, that czae the L'h ilte
Notre Dame finally got
aroundrto scoring in the second
period. Tripucka, with the ball
on the Trojan 45 shot a pass to
his giant right end. Leon Hart.
Hart, all 225 pounds of him.
i dged. ran. erked and tre his
;say 35 yards to score. At leat
half the Trojan team took a sot
a: him. some. it seemed. a secon
crack. But he kept. oin. an
Orack made it 7-0 at half time fo:
Late in the third. halfback Jack
Kirby intercepted a Williams pas
and ran it back 12 yards to the
Irish 42. Dean Dill was spilled fo:
five yards loss, but made sever
on a run. Then he passed to Kirb
for 22 vards down the sidelines
and when the fourth quarte:
dawned. the Trojans were on th
DILL ELECTING to run in
stead of pass. raced up to the five
Fullback Bill Martin hit the line
that vaunted line of Hart. All
America Bill Fischer and the rest.
for three. Art Battle added one
more. and from the one-yard
mark Martin found a huYe hole
on te let side of the Irish line
ad sailed through standing up.
Dil's placement tied the count.
With three minutes or less
left to go, USC got the ball
again in midfield. Kirby ripped
off 16 yards. Dill found an end,
Ernie Tolman. for 16 yards. He
made six himself to reach the
12, and Martin hit the line for
six more. Battle took it to the
three and then Martin found a
weak spot on the other side of
the Irish line and crashed
through. Dill converted.
Then came Gaoy's spectacular!
return of the kickoff and the re-
suXant wil clmax, and USC
oined the company of that great,
946 Amy team whch played the
otre Dames to a scoreless tie.
No. Dame USC
officials announced their final se-' the AAU agreed to an armistice
lection of eastern playe's for the with the Amateur Hockey Associ-
East West Game today. ation over the bitter dispute that
ENDS-Warren Huey. Michigan almost w1recked the last winter
State: ED McNEILL, Michigan: Olympirs.
Bob Spcnaugle. Pennsylvania: The spirit of peace. achieved in
Dale Armstrong, Dartmouth: Wil- the hockey squabble behind the
liam McPeak. Pittsburgh. locked doors of a smoky hotel
TACKLES-Phil O'Reilly. Pur- oom. spread to the convention
due: RALPH KOHL, Michican: Al floor. where the delegates ap-
De Rogatis, Duke: John Finley, proven all of the sites for 1949
Penn State. Championships - including theI
GUARDS - Bill F-her. Nrecontroversial basketball tourna-
Dame; Dave Templeton. Ohio *t - wihout *a stng us.
Stte Joh SimnPen State I
State.John imon, PennSae. AMONG THE American Track
Dolph TokarezykL Pennsylvania' and Field Records approved were!
CENTERS - Richard Wood- 58 feet 3 8 inch by Charles Fon-
ward, Iowa; Warren Beson, Min- ville of Michigan in the shot put
nesota. at the Kansas Relays last April
BACKS - Frank Tripuka and 17; 13.6 seconds for the 120 yard'
John Panelli. Notre Dame; GENE high hurdles by Harrison Dillard
DERRICOTTE, Michigan; Bob of Baldwin-Wallace at the same
Dean. Cornell: Gene Rossides and meet: 45.9 second for 400 meters
Lou Kusserow. Columbia; Frank by Jamaican Herb McKenley at
Burns. Rutgers: the National AAU meet in Mil-
waukee. Wis.. last July 2. and Mc-
Kenley's 46 seconds for 440 yards
at Berkeley. Calif., last June 5.
All four be'tters existing world
records. In fact, McKenley's 45.9
second performance already has
been accepted as a world mark.
failed to recommend approval of
the 9.3 seconds for 100) yards by
Mel Patton of Southern Cali-
fornia at Fresno. Calif., last May
15, on the ground it needed more
information. Patton already is rec-
ognized as co-holder of the pres-
ent American and World record
of 9.4 seconds.
Other outdoor records approved
were 10.2 seconds for 100 meters
by Lloyd LaBeach of Oakland,
Calif., at Fresno, last May 15, and
22.3 seconds for the 220 yard low
hurdles by Dillard at Salt Lake
City. Utah. June 21. 1947-both of
which tie existing world marks -
and 2:28.8 for 1,000 meters by
Tarver Perkins of the Illinois AC
at Buffalo, N. Y., last Aug. 12.
First downs . 14
Net yds. cained rush. 230
For'd passes attem. 16
For d' passes comp. 5
Yds. For'd passing . 74
Fcr ds. intecept by 0
runback ntercep. 0
Punt ng average 35.43
Total yds. all
kicks returned ..43
Oppon. Fum. recov 1
Yds.- lost y penal. 40
Captaining the cheerleaders
next year will be Dave Lake.
reelected for a second term by
members of the squad. They
also voted Dick Parrish as as-
containing a beautiful colored cover and
twelve scenic views of the campus.
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_EW YORK - -- Five men
and a woman. were named by the
Amateur Athletic Union today as
wnM:ial Trophy fo(-r 1948.
THE SIX. selected by a special
committee at the Annual AAU
Co-venton he e. are:
ALINE BANKS of Des Mo nes,
Iowa. em nine basketball star:
Bob Kuirland of Bartlesville.
Okla.. ace of the Championship
Olympic Basketball Team: Harri-
on Dillai'd of Baldwin Wallace
College, sprint and hurdles star
who won the Olympic 100 Meter
O ympic Swimming Champion.
and Henry Wittenberg of New
York. Olympic Wrestling cham-
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