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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGET

Wolverines Cop Opening NCAAHockey

Veteran Pair
Due. To Lead
m Netien
Michigan's tennis team, a per-
enielly strong contender in West-
ern Conference competition, will
open'the 1951 season on April 23
facing Western Michigan College
at Kalamazoo.
Coach Bill Murphy faces a
strong rebuilding job in the com-
ing Wolverine net aggregation
since only two varsity lettermen
are returning this season,
AL HETZECK, number two sin-
gles last season will probably oc-
cupy the top spot for the Maize
and Blue netmen this season al-
though tryouts for the varsity
spots pe not scheduled to for-
mally begin until next month.
The other returning letter-
man., iteve Bromberg, who en-
Joyed a highly successful sopho-
more season last year is the
other M' roan still on the squad
which lost f our veterans
through graduatipu. Bromberg
playing in the number four spot
last season, was runnerup in
Western Conference competition
and won the number two dou-
bles title with Dick Lincoln.
A strong crop of first year var-
sity men is expected to fill the-
remaining positions although the
exact quality of the newcomers
x has yet to be determined.
* * *
MICHIGAN, who owns a string
of 25 straight dual meet victories
over three seasons, will seek to
lengthen the streak with ten dual
meets this season plus the West-
ern Ponference championships at
Colmbus and the NCAA title
meet at Evanston.
Six of the ten dual meets will
be with Big Ten teams with the
Wolverines who snagged third
place in the conference last
a e a s o n meeting champion
Northwestern at home and run-
nerup Illinois in Champaign.
* * *
The schedule:
April 23-Western Michigan, There
April 27-Illinois, There
April 28-Pardue, There
May 3-Michigan State, Here
May 4-Notre Dame, Here
May 5--Wisconsin, Here
May 8-University of Detroit, There
May 11-Northwestern, Here
May 17Michigan State, There
May 19-Ohio State, Here
May 24-26--Big Ten Meet, at Colum-
bus, 0. fi
June 24-30-NCAA Meet, at Evanston,
nL.

* * *

'M' Defense Strong in Win over Boston U.

* * *

W,

Downes Also Stars
By JIM PARKER
Special to The Daily
COLORADO SPRINGS, Cola.-
Michigan advanced to the Satur-
day night finals of the fourth an-
nual NCAA hockey tournament
here by blasting Boston University
8-2 last night.
The winner of tonight's tourney
contest between Colorado and
Brown will face the Wolverines
Saturday at 8:00 p.m. for the
championship. A consolation
game will be played Saturday aft-
ernoon between the two losers.
THE WOLVERINES combined
sparkling defensive play and ef-
fective back-checking along with
a high-flying offense to best their
eastern nemesis, who beat Vic Hey-
liger's crew in a first round clash
in last year's NCAA tourney.

GRAHAM CRAGG
... stalwart play

Dormitory Cage Playoffs End-;
Williams Takes Relay Crown
* E

Excepting Chicago and Fletcher
who meet for the championship
at the I MOpen House next Wed-
nesday night, "A" Residence Hall
cage squads took to the court for
the last time Monday night, to
settle four division champion-
ships.
Second place honors went to
Williams by virtue of a 33-15 shel-
lacking of Vaughn. Ed Sleder
bagged 17 points, 13 of them in
the first half, to pace the winners.
* * *
MICHIGAN HOUSE copped the
third place title with a 34-26 set-
back of Cooley. Howard Maturen
was high for Michigan with 15
markers, and Ken Carlson had
14 for the losers. .
Hinsdale fell victim to Hay-
den in fourth slot playoffs, 41-
34, despite 19 points scored be-
tween MacFinch and Larry
Schleh. Chuck Stoddard hooped
16 and Duane Pelletier 10 for
the victors.
The closest affair of the night
saw ,Adams edge Allen-Rumsey
41-38 to take the fifth division
championship. Walt Noon poured
home 23 points for Adams.
Ken Shields topped the van-
quished Allen-Rumsey outfit with
17.

only first place encounter. Al-
though trailing 9-11 at the half,
Adams roared back to victory as
Mark Ardis scored 11 points.
Herbie Eibler tallied 17 to
lead Williams' 33-20 rout of
Hayden in a second place tus-
sle, while Mieliigan outscored
Tyler 39-30 in the other second-
slot semi-final.
Jerry Anderson hooped 20 points
for Michigan, which was high in-
dividual output for the night.
Williams added 50 valuable
points to its first place total for
IM Residence Hall all-sports com-
petition by edging Prescott to cop
the half mile relay crown at Yost
Field House on Wednesday,
March 7.
The winners finished with a
time of 1:43.7, which was two-
tenths of a second better than
Prescott's 1:43.9. However, it was
far shy of the all time relay mark
of 1:37.5 set by Lloyd in 1941.
* * *
WILLIAMS now leads all dorms
with a season's total of 742. Pres-
cott is second with 663.
Hank Johnson, Herb Eibler,
Dale Brown, and Leo Efimen-
chik comprised the victorious
quartet, while Hal Schuler, Hy
Levenstein, Dean Pierce, and
John Biery ran for runner-up
Prescott.
Winchell and Hinsdale also
qualified for the finals, but they
turned in times of 1:41.0 and
1:46.2 to fall far off the pace.

Despite a rash of penalties
(Michigan had 22 minutes of
penalties to Boston's eight min-
utes) the Wolverines led all the
way without too much trouble
from the Terriers.
The Michigan defense which
hasn't received too many plaudits
this season performed in an ex-
cellent fashion with Bob Heath-
cott, Alex McClellan, and Graham
Cragg doing outstanding work in
front of goalie Hal Downes, who
recently left a sick bed to star in
his first tournament game.
FOR SOME strange reason the
Beantowners played cautious hock-
ey usually sending only two at-
tackers against the Michigan goal.
As the result turned out, this stra-
tegy wasn't too fine.
Seven players tallied goals for
the victors with Johnny Mat-
chefts scoring two while Al
Bassey, Joe Marmo, Johnny Mc-
Kennell, Neil Celley, Bob Heath-
cott, and Earl Keyes added one
apiece.
Michigan started fast netting
three goals to the Terriers' one in
the initial frame. Bassey caged
the first counter at 3:16; then the
remaining three goals came while
one of the two teams were short-
handed.
KEYES NETTED the only goal
of the second period taking a pass
from Matchefts. He skated in on
Dick Bradley, the Terriers' goal-
tender, who was badly outfaked
by the Wolverine forward.
Four more goals completed
the route for the Wolverines in
the third stanza. The 'M' boys,
Matchefts, McKennell, and Mar-
mo all cashed in for goals before
the ten minute mark. Neil Cel-
Heilmann Ill;
Dudley To Air
Spring Games
By The Associated Press
LAKELAND, Fla.-Harry Heil-
mann, former star with the De-
troit Tigers and now a baseball
announcer for the Tigers was tak-
en to Morrell Hospital yesterday
in critical condition with a heart
ailment.
Heilmann, who planned to start
his ninth season of broadcasting
Tiger games, has been ill since his
arrival two weeks ago.
* * *
HE WAS UNABLE to complete
his broadcast of Tuesday's exhibi-
tion game with the St. Louis Card-
inals, and his place at the micro-
phone was taken by Bill Snyder,
who formerly broadcast St. Louis
Browns games.
Meantime, Heilmann's spon-
sor arranged to fly Jimmy Dud-
ley from Tuscon, Arizona, where
he has been handling Cleveland
Indian games.
Dudley will handle the remain-
der of the games on Detroit's
spring training schedule. Now un-
der contract to Cleveland during
the regular baseball season, Dud-
ley formerly broadcast Detroit
Lions football games for three
seasons.
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ley ended the scoring at 10:04
receiving a pass from Gil Bur-
ford in front of the net.
After this last goal the much-
chagrined Dick Bradley was re-
placed by Dick Kelly in the Ter-
rier nets. The last named gentle-
man had scored Boston's second
goal in the third period.
SUMMARIES:
FIRST PERIOD: 1-Michigan, Bas-
sey (Keyes), 3:16; 2-Boston, Cahoon
(unassisted), 3:49; 3-Michigan, Mat-
chefts (Celley, McKennell), 8:53; 4-
Michigan, Heathcott (Celley), 11:05.
PENALTIES-Fblino' (cross check-
ing), Folino (high stick), McKennell
(tripping), Heathcott (tripping); all
two minutes.
SECONDsPERIOD: 5-Michigan,
Keyes (Matchefts), 13:05.
PENALTIES - Cragg (tripping),
Heathcott (tripping), Naylor (playing
with broken stick), Czarnote (hook-
ing), all two minutes.
THIRD PERIOD: 6 - Michigan,
Matchefts (Burford), 1:51; 7-Boston,
Kelly (Martin), 3:00; 8-Michigan,
McKennell (Bassey), 8:33; 9-Michi-
gan Marmo (unassisted), 9:16; 10-
Michigan, Celley (Burford), 10:04.
PENALTIES: McKennell (interfer-
ence), McClellan (hooking), Cragg (il-
legal body check), Czarnota (slash-
ing), May (slashing), Marmo (inter-
ference), Marmo (tripping), all two
minutes.

BOB HEATHCOTT
... aggressive performance
LATE NHL RESULTS
DETROIT 4, BOSTON 0
MONTREAL 5, NEW YORK 3
TORONTO 5, CHICAGO 3

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"B" CAGE playoffs also
der way Monday night.
downed Winchell 26-25

got un-
Adams
in the

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I-M Scores
BASKETBALL
Adams 26, Winchell 25
Williams 33, Hayden 23
Michigan 39, Tyler 30
Greene 36, Hinsdale 27
Prescott 38, Allen-Rumsey 37
Strauss 40, Lloyd 25 '
Williams 33, Vaughn 15
Michigan 34, Cooley 26
Hayden 41, Hinsdale 34
Adams 41, Allen-Rumsey 38
ATO 36, Delta Tau Delta 33
Alpha Epsilon Pi 28, ZBT 7
Phi Gamma Delta 44, Sigma Chi 29
Chi Phi 40, Phi Kappa Sigma 38
Pi Lambda Phi 38, Delta Upslon 25
sigma JhI 47, Theta Delta Chi 19
Sigma Chi 38, Chi Psi 22
Delta Tau Delta 27, ATO 10
Chi Phi 42, Acacia 16

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