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1949 THE MICHIGAN DAMIY

PAGE. THREE

BACK TO WORK:
Gridders Emphas ize Fundamentals

Pitchers

Named for

Rig Nine Opener

With the second week of spring
fQotball practice underway, the
gridders are showing vast im-
provement and are making rapid
strides toward regaining the
sharpness which won them the
national championship last sea-
,on.
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan has
aeen concentrating on such fund-
amentals as timing, individual as-
signments and blocking.

LINEMEN under Coaches
Blott and J. T. White have
receiving rugged "two on
blocking practice.

Jack
been
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This type of work enables
them to get the jump on and
outcharge their opponents,
something Wolverine lines have!
been noted for in the last few
seasons.
Oosterbaan and backfield coach
George Ceithaml have been
running the backfield candidates
through signal drills.
DIVIDED into two groups, one
group of backs ran through
Iunning plays yesterdaydin which
timing and ball handling were
stressed, while the other concen-
trated on forward passing.
The improvement of the
gridders was much in evidence
on, pass plays. Before vacation
few passers were hitting their
targets, but yesterday long
heaves were being consistently
completed.
It's still too early to say who
will fill the first string vacancies
at guard, tackle and quarter-
back but so far several gridders
at each position have shown they
merit more than passing consid-
eration.
* * *

Beel and John Gabel from the
freshman team and Chuck Cer-
?cke and Jim Bremer of the jay-
vees have stood out.
Bill Bartlett, Bill Putich and
Don Zanfagna have looked good
at quarterback.
Lettermen al Wahl and Jim At-
chison have the inside track on
the offensive tackle position va-
2ated by Joe Soboleski, but fresh-
men Tom Johnson, Ralph Stribe
and John McIntyre are exhibiting
great promise.
Louis Makes
Detroit Debut
As Promoter
DETROIT - (A') - Three 10-
round features will mark the De-
troit debut April 27 at Olympia
Stadium of Joe Louis' Interna-
tional Boxing Club as fight pro-
moter.
Harry Mendel, operating as pub-
licity manager for the IBC, in
which the heavyweight champion
is in partnership with James Nor-
ris, Jr., and Arthur M. Wirtz, said
that Lester Felton, undefeated De-
troit welterweight, would meet
Bobby Dykes of San Antonio,
Texas, in one of the co-features.
Art Aragon, Los Angeles light-
weight, will appear in another,
but Mendel said that original
plans for him to meet Leroy Wil-
lis of Detroit were abandoned
when Willis was knocked out
Monday night in Chicago by Lu-
ther Rawlings.
Luther Burgess, another De-
troiter who holds the Michigan
featherweight title, will appear in

Wings Strive for First Win
Against Leafs in Cup Finals
After two straight defeats on home ice, the Detroit Red Wings are
in Toronto where they will face the Maple Leafs tonight in the third
game of the Stanley Cup finals.
If they manage to take the Wings, the Canadians will be the
only outfit to have won the cup three times consecutively since
the formation of the National Hockey League, and they're odds-
on favorites to pull the trick.
The Wings are bucking precedent, since there are few cases of a
team losing its first pair of games on home ice and then coming back
to cop the championship.
However, Detroit can turn the pages of history back just a few
years to 1945.
In the semi-finals against Boston, the Wings dropped two
contests at home to the Bruins and it looked as though they'd
never make the finals.
But the Detroiters started to get hot in that first game on Boston
ice, and, when the series had ended, the Wings were on top, four games
to three.
Wing Manager Tommy Ivan has dropped his experiments with the
rookies in an attempt to find the scoring punch Detroit has lacked so
far, and will stick with the veterans who put the team in first-place in
regular season play.

By HAROLD TANNER
Bill Taft and Dick Smith will
'I }:the starting pitchers for the
Mi-higan baseball squad when it
npens defense of its share of the
tern Conference title against
Purwdue Friday and Saturday.
coach Ray Fisher announced yes-
terday afternoon.
During the southern trip on
which the Maize and Blue scored
five victories: both hurlers turned
in impressive performances with
Smith, sophomore southpaw.
gaining two victories. Taft was
credited with another win and
worked in the 1-1 deadlock
against Virginia.

CALIFORNIA, HERE I COME-Ed Buchanan (left) and Pete
Barthell (center) will go with Wolverine gymnastics coach Newt
Loken (right) to'the NCAA meet which is being held Saturday,
April 16, in California. In the Conference gym meet, which was
held here March 26, Buchanan took the trampoline title, while
Barthell walked off with top honors in tumbling and the
parallel bars.

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DiM aggio Goes Back to Hospital Again)

AT GUARD Dick Ratcliffe, Joe the third 10-rounder.
DAIY OFFICIAL BULLELTIN

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Oureau of Appointments:
Wed., April 13 -- The Carter Oil
Co. will have a representative here
to interview Ph.D. candidates in
physics and geology, M.S. and
Ph.D. candidates in chemical engi-
fneeting, and M.S. and Ph.D. can-
didates in chemistry, excluding
organic chemists.
Wed., April 13-The Bethlehem
Steel Co. will have a representa-
tive here to interview mechanical,
vivil, naval, electrical, chemical,
and metallurgical engineers.
- Wed., April 13--The American
Home Foods Co. will have a repre-
sentative here to interview stu-
dents for sales of nationally known
brands:
- Wed., April 13 and Thurs., April
,14-The General Electric Com-
?any will have a representative
ere to interview men interested
ART CINEMA LEAGUE
Presents
a '
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in entering the accounting and fi-
nancial management field. Com-
pulsory meeting, Tues., April 12,
7:30 p.m., 130 Business Adminis-
tration Bldg. for all those to be
interviewed.
Thurs., April 14, and Fri., April
15--The Hazeltine Electonics Co.
will have a representative nhere to
interview electrical engineers and
some physics students for their re-
search.
Fri., April 15-The Wilson Co.
will have a representative here to
interview industrial - mechanical
engineers, including a position in
purchasing for an engineer.
The Carnation Company are in-
terested in students for their train-
ing program. Students interested
in the management of small plants
in relatively small communities
should contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3528 Administration
Bldg.
The Fair, Department Store in
Chicago, will have a representative
here on Thurs., April 14, to inter-
view men and women for their
training program.
For further information and ap-
pointments concerning the above
call Ext. 371, or stop in the office,
3528 Administration Bldg.
Approved Social Events for the
following week:
April 15
Alpha Phi Omega, Pi Lambda
Phi, Tau Delta Phi
April 16
Alpha Chi Sigma, Alpha Kappa
Kappa, Alpha Kappa Psi, Delta
Sigma Delta, Delta Tau Delta,
Graduate Student Council, Kappa
Sigma, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Rho
Sigma, Psi Upsilon, Sigma Phi,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Theta Xi,
Zeta Beta Tau, Zeta Psi
April 17
Intercollegiate Zionist Federa-
tion of America League, Phi Delta
Phi, Zeta Beta Tau
Lectures
Lecture: First of two lectures on
Family Living. "The Care and
Feeding of Young Infants." Dr.
Ernest H. Watson, Associate Pro-
fessor of Pediatrics and Commu-
nicable Diseases, Medical School,
and Associate Professor of Child
Health, School of Public Health. 8
(Continued on Page 4)

By The Associated Press
FORT WORTH-Joe DiMaggio,
$100,000-a-year star of the New
York Yankees, left for Baltimore
by air yesterday to have his in-
jired right heel treated at Johns
Hopkins Hospital.
He will be lost to the club for
the start of the season next week.
But he denied any though of re-
tiring from baseball.
* * *
THE DRASTIC turn of events
came after the great centerfielder
was given a four-hour examina-
tion by Dr. T. M. Girard, a Dallas
specialist. Dr. Girard was recom-
mended to the Yankees by Dr.
George Bennett of Baltimore, the
surgeon who operated on DiMag-
gia's heel last November.
"He will be there 10 days,"
Dr. Girard said, "taking X-rays
and inoculations."
The specialist described the heel
trouble as a "hot condition," not
necessarily a regrowth of the old
bone spur, but an irritation which
requires rest and a new method of
treatment.
DR. GIRARD said he thought
the heel would cure in time and
that DiMaggio would be able to re-
turn to baseball, but he declined
to predict how long it would take.
Without DiMaggio's bat, the
Yankees would be given slight
chance to figure in the Ameri-
can League race. He has hit only
.216 in limited service this
spring.
Joe's latest woe began last Sat-

urday at Beaumont, when he in-
curred a thigh bruise in a slide to
third base. Later, he developed a
painful ache in the heel, but he
played briefly at Greenville on
Sunday and three more innings
here yesterday before he consulted
Dr. Girard.
Yank in No-Hitter
FORT WORTH, Tex.-(P)--Bob
Porterfield, sophomore New York
Yankee pitcher, pitched the
Yanks to an eight inning no-hit
no-run triumph over the Fort
Worth Cats of the Texas League
yesterday. The score was 10-0.
The game was called at the end
of eight innings to allow the
Yanks to catch a train for Terre
Haute, Ind., where they meet the
local Three-Eye League team to-
morrow.
The no-hitter was the first in a
spring exhibition game since
March 30 last year when Murry
Dickson, then with the St. Louis
Cardinals, pitched the Red Birds
to a 7-0 no-hit no-run triumph
over the Yanks at St. Petersburg,
Fla.
Phils Blank Reds
LOUISVILLE, Ky.-(AP)-Ken
Heintzelman and Ken Trinkle
allowed only three hits yester-
day to give the Philadelphia
Nationals a 4-0 victory over the
Cincinnati Reds.
* * .*
Biosox Win
BALTIMORE, Md.-(,)-Right-
hander Joe Dobson pitched all the
way for the Boston Red Sox yes-
terday as the American League
sluggers defeated the Baltimore
Orioles of the International
League, 10-4.

Browns Rally
SHERMAN, Tex.-(P)-The St.
Louis Browns put on a successful
ninth - inning rally to nip the
Sherman-Denison Twins 4-2 yes-
terday.
* ***
Iowa Pounds Irish
SOUTH BEND, Ind.-(P')-Dick
Orth turned in a three-hit pitch-
ing performance yesterday and his
Iowa teammates pasted Notre
Dame's baseball team with its
third consecutive loss, 8-1.
Shortstop John Sullivan and
right fielder Don Espe collected
three hits each to lead Iowa's 16-
hit attack on Irish pitchers Jack
Campbell and Bob nemes. Camp-
bell was the losing hurler.
* * *
Zale Through?
PHILADELPHIA - (P) - Leon
Rains, chairman of the Pennsyl-
vania Athletic Commission, said
yesterday steps should be taken
to stop Tony Zale from meeting
champion Marcel Cerdan for the

Middleweight Boxing Champion-
ship.
Rains said he would recommend
such action to Abe Greene, Na-
tional Boxing Association Com-
missioner, because "it would be
a tragic mistake to allow Zale
to fight again and endanger his
life."
"When he was stopped by Rocky
Graziano in Chicago two years ago
and by Cerdan last fall, Zale took
two of the worst beatings a top-
notch fighter evter had to suffer,"
Rains said.
"Any ordinary fighter would
have been retired from the game
without ado," he added, "but Zale.
because of his long and honorable
record in the ring, was entitled
and allowed to make that decision
for himself.
DO YOU KNOW . . . that in
1912 when the entire Detroit Tiger
Baseball team quit in protest of
Ty Cobb's indefinite suspension,
President Ban Johnson hired 9
new men in the morning, used
them in the afternoon, and fired
them in the evening when the
Tiger squad reconsidered their ac-
tion.

WITH THE opening circuit
contest of the season only two
days off, Fisher is stillnbemoaning
the lack of hitting on this year's
nine.
Yesterday's intrasquad game
failed to produce any good hit-
ting. Fisher observed that some
of his younger pitchers were
making several of the veterans
look very poor at the plate.
Several players are nursing ail-
ments acquired during the eight
game southern tour. Included in
this list are Ted Kobrin, Bob
Wolff, and Hal Morrill. All of
the injured men are expected to
be ready for starting action
against Purdue Friddy at Lafay-
ette.
* * *
FISHER had been particularly
impressed 'with the work of Mor-
rill, who has connected for three
home runs and is currently hit-
ting .333.
The southpaw slugger has
been playing first base, his nor-
mal position, against lefthand-
ers and has been cavorting in

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