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'M' Joins NCAA
Swimming Today
Depleted Wolverine Squad Relies
Heavily on Hartman, Kahn, Elliott



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reliiaries Begin Today
With Illiniin avorite's Role

Cincinnati Pounds Gra
Asfiengals Lose, 15-9

Michigan, third best of the Big
Ten swimming teams, starts
competition in the NCAA meet
today with a moderate chance to
wind up among the first five at
Austin, Texas.
With the 1500-meter free style
out of the way, six events are
scheduled for preliminaries dur-
ing the day and finals at night.
ine contingent will rely heavily
upon Stew Elliott, who is enter-.
AUSTIN, Tex.-- (A) -- John
Marshall of Yale last night
bettered the world's freestyle
record for 1,500 meters and set
a new inter-collegiate mark
with a time of 18 minutes, 18.8
. seconds.
He was two laps ahead of
second place Bert McLachlan
of Michigan State at the finish
of the first event of the NCAA
championship meet.
The world's record of 18:19
was set in 1949 by Hironoshin
r' Furuhashi of Japan.
The intercollegiate record of
18:38.3 was set by Jack Taylor
of Ohio State last year.
Marshall's time will not be
recognized as the world's rec-
ord because it was not set in a
00 meter pool.
ed in the 200-yard breast stroke
today and the 100 breast tomor-
row, besides swimming on the
medley relay team.
lliott's usual partner-in-
tiie, John Davies, was forced
out of the meet by an eye in-

fection. The Aussie ace was
counted on for points in both
breast stroke events.
Jim Hartman, diver, and Ber-
nie Kahn, backstroker, are other
potential place-winners for Matt
Mann's team. Hartman faces
rough competition in the low
board event today, especially
from Ohio State's terrific trium-
virate, Bob Clotworthy, Al Coffey,
and Joe Marino.
KAHN WON'T SEE action yuntil
tomorrow, when he'll compete in
the 100-yard backstroke and
medley relay. He joins Elliott and
captain Dave Neisch in the latter
Yale and Ohio State are co-
favarites in the meet. The
Buckeyes are favored to score
heavily in the back stroke, div-
ing, and relay events, with the
Eli strength chiefly in the dis-
Records could fall in several
events, with one of the best fields
in intercollegiate history.
* * *
YALE'S John Marshall will as-
sault Jack Medica's 16-year-old
440-yard free style record of
4:42.5, and is rated a cinch to top
it. Marshall has gone the distance
in 4:31.2.
Marshall will also go after the
220-yard record of 2:08.2, set by
Ohio State's human whale, Bill
Smith, in 1949. In that event the
crazy-armed whiz from Down Un-
der has a 2:06 mark.
Other marks in danger include
the 400-yard relay, 100-yard back-
stroke, and 100-yard breast srtoke
The meet winds up tomorrow

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on ,to their honors won last year
include Syracuse's Gene Rabbit in
the side horse, Illinois's Irv Bedard
in tumbling, and Syracuse's Leo
Minotti in the rope climb.
BEARING the Maize and Blue's
aspirations will be the quartet of
Ed Buchanan, Connie Ettl, Stick
Davidson, and Jeff Knight. Bu-
Candidates interested -in
coming out for spring football
practice may pick up equip-
ment at the Field House this
week. Practice will begin Mon-
day afternoon, April 2.
-Bennie Oosterbaan
chanan will, of course, compete on
: the tramp with Ettl in the all-
around, Davidson on the tramp
and Knight on the side horse.
This afternoon's session in-
cludes free exetcise, rope climb,
side horse, horizontal bar, and
trampoline. After a brief respite
the boyg will go at it again this
evening in parallel bars, long
horse, flying rings, tumbling and
The purpose of these -prelimi-
in From then on the tempo picked
h up and fell at alternate moments
of the final five periods. The con-
test was held up twice while Mc-
Neil got repairs for injuries in-
n curred in mad scrambles around
ueI his unscored upon cage.

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...defending champ
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naries is to determine the eight
finalists in each event for Satur-
day evening's finals.
INTEREST IN this fast growing
sport is displayed in the fact that
two movie companies will shoot
both the preliminaries and the
finals. Fox-Movietone and Para-
mount News will be on hand to
record the historic events.
The gymnasts and their
coaches have had a busy sche-
dule these past few days with'the
athletes working out daily at the
IM Building and the coaches at-
tending a multitude of meetings.
All day yesterday the coaches
attended a clinic in the gymnastic
room in the IM.

By The Associated Press
LAKELAND, Fla.-The Cincin-
nati Reds pounded southpaw Ted-
dy Gray mercilessly yesterday
over a three-inning stretch, win-
ning a 15 to 9 exhibition decision
over the Detroit Tigers with six
runs in the tenth inning.
T h e defeat was the third
straight and the tenth in 13 games
for the Tigers, who are fast head-
ing for the worst showing ever
suffered by a Detroit club in
spring training.
* * *
HAL NEWHOUSER was one of
the few bright spots of the after-
noon for the Tigers. He gave up
three runs as he went seven in-
nings for the first time and while
he was tagged for eight hits, he
had few worries.
St. Louis Cardinals snapped a
three-game losing streak yester-
day, defeating the New York
Giants 6-2.
BRADENTON, Fla. -Bob Mill-
er and rookie Jack Brittin held
Boston's Braves to four hits yes-
,terday as the pennant winning
Philadelphia Phillies blanked the
Tribe, 5-0, before 1,841 fans.
ORLANDO, Fla. - Sam Dente's,
ninth inning single with one out
scored Irv Noren with the run that
gave Washington an 8-7 win over
the Boston Red Sox yesterday in
an old-fashioned slugfest,
* * *
EL PASO, Tex. - Rookie out-
fielder Jim Busby and veteran

catcher Phil Masi starred at bat
for the Chicago White Sox yes-
terday as they beat the St. Louis
Browns for a sixth straight time,
7 to 6.
TUCSON, Ariz. - Six errors -
three of them by third baseman
Al Rosen-brought an end to the
Cleveland Indians' six-game win-
ning streak yesterday. The mis-
plays enabled the Pittsbugh Pi-
rates to score nine unearned runs
and win, 15-12.
PHOENIX, Ariz. - The New
York Yankees jumped on Johnn3
Schmitz for seven runs in the
fourth inning yesterday to defeat
the Chicago Cubs, 7-5. The vet-
eran lefthander permitted five hits
in that inning, including base-
clearing extra base wallops by Joe
DiMaggio and Jerry Coleman.
The victory was the Yanks' 12t-
in 19 games.
Williams Sets
Dorm Record
Williams House broke a. Resi-
dence Hall record for team cham-
pionships in one year by winning
the dormitory ping-pong tourna-
ment with a 3-2 victory over Allen-
Rumsey in the finals last night.
This win marked Williams' sixth
title for the 1950-51 season, break-
ing Hayden's record of five tean
championships set last year. The
West Quaders had previously an-
nexed victories in outdoor track
cross country, wrestling, water po-
lo, and the relays.

Richard Beats*

DETROIT - Maurice Richar d
rocketed down the right wing, took
a pass from Billy Reay, and scored
a goal at 2:20 of the third over-

d world's champion Wings 2-0 i
k their best of seven duel to reac
d the Stanley Cup finals.
- *
REAY TOOK A pass from Ke
MacPherson at the Detroit blu
line and fed the rubber to Richai
just as he rounded the Wing dE

Tennis Coach Murphy Looks
To Soph Trio To Plug Gaps

Rollins Out
TORONTO-{A)-The Tor-
onto Maple Leaf, discovered
yesterday that their brilliant
rookie goalie, Al Rollins, won't
be able to play again this sea-
He suffered a strained knee
ligament Wednesday night
when the Boston Bruins de-
feated the Leafs, 2-0, to take
a 1-0 lead in their best-of-
seven Stanley Cup semifinal


A trio o young sophomore net
stars figure to play an important
role in coach Bill Murphy's plans
for the coming tennis campaign.
Faced with the unenviable task
of filling the gap left by such
Wolverine standbys as Don Mac-
Kay, Dick Lincoln and Len
Brumm, Murphy is counting heavi-
ly on yearlings Gene Barrack, Bob
Curhan and Jay Webb.
RIGHT NOW Barrack seems a
dead cinch to break into the top
six, perhaps climbing as high as
number three spot, while Webb
and Curhan are engaged in a
three-way fight with senior Jack
Griffith for the sixth singles berth.
Barrack, who hails from Bay-
onne, New Jersey, has, estab-
lished himself as the best'of the
sophomore crop by virtue of his
consistently fine play.
Last year, he distinguished him-
self by walking off with top hon-
ors inia round-robin freshman
squad tourney.
BARRACK gave further proof
of his ability when he won an
intra-squad tournament this fall
in which all but the top four var-
sity players took part.

CURHAN, who played his high
school tennis for Redford High
School in Detroit, held down the
number four spot on last year's
freshman team.
At the moment Curhan must
be given the edge in the three-
cornered scramble for the sixth
spot due to his recent win over
Webb in the cut-throat elimi-
Last year he succeeded in reach-
ing the quarter finals in state'
singles and doubles competition
before bowing out. The smooth
swinging Detroiter also gained the,
final round in the 1950 city doubles
* * *
WEBB IS THE final member of
the second-year threesome on the
varsity squad.
Playing in sixth position on
last year's freshman crew, he
showed enough ability to war-
rant his present position on the
Webb showed his winning wares
at an early age by winning the
Northwestern Ohio Junior singles
crown while only a sophomore at
Ottawa Hills, Ohio.

time to give the Montreal Cana-
diens a 1-0 triumph over the De-
troit Red Wings in Olympia last.
The Canadiens now lead the
Delta Kappa Epsilon 5, Sigma Alpha
Mu 0
Phi Kappa Tau 1, Phi Sigma Kappa 0
Sigma Phi 1, Sigma Phi Epsilon 0"
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1, Phi Sigma
Delta 0
Phi Delta Theta 6, Zeta Beta Tan )
Sigma Chi 3, Kappa sigma 0
Chi Phi 7, Delta sigma Phi 0
Triangle 1, P1 Lambda Phi 0
Alpha Epsilon Pi 2, Delta Upsilon 1
Chi Psi 1, Beta Theta Pi 0
Delta Tau Delta 2, Acacia 0
Theta Xi over Delta Chi (forfeit)}
Zeta Psi 'over Kappa Nu (forfeit)
Alpha Sigma Phi over Theta Delta
Chi (forfeit)

15-footer that Terry Sawchuck oM atm en
had no chance to block to score
the winning marker for the secondBid for State
time in two extra session games.
Richard's goal broke up one itle in D etroi
of the most sensational goalie
duels ever seen on Detroit ice.
Fifteen members of Michigan's
Little Gerry McNeil took up freshman wrestling team will
where he left off Wednesday morn- compete in preliminary rounds of
ing in the opeeing tilt with his the annual state AAU tourna-
unbelievable stops. He now has ment tonight at the Detroit West-
turned in 182 minutes and 18 sec- ern YMCA.
onds of shutout hockey in the play- Survivors of tonight's matches
offs. will wrestle in the finals of the
* * * championship and consolation
T H E MONTREAL Magician brackets tomorrow evening.
donned his mask and rabbitt's foot *
to rob the Wings on at least a FRESHMAN COACH Bob Bet-
dozen shots that seemed sure goals. zig's grapplers tapered off yes-
Altogether he had better than 45 terday after heavy workouts dur-
saves. ing the past week. Betzig re-
Georgie Gee fell victim to the ports his squad in good condi-
McNeil hex four timqs, Sid Abel tion, with the exception of Bruce
and Howe three times each, but Bemis, 135-pounder who is fa-
the Hab wizard saved an extra voring an injured arm.
At 121-pounds, Betzig's only
something for two magnificient t iNo-aoun i' Sn-
efforts by Gaye Stewart. entry is Norm Mangouni. San-
dy Schemnitz and Norvagd
And at the other end of the rink (Snip) Nalan will be entered in
rookie Terry Sawchuck was not to the 128-pound division, while
be outdone in goal tending artis- Bemis and Olaf Karlstrom are
try. the Wolverine representatives
* * * at the 135-pound level.
SAWCHUCK HAD to be superb, Myles Lee and Ted Kazmierzak
on three attempts by Richard, two will go in at 145 pounds, and
by Doug Harvey, and assorted four grapplers, Dean Loree, Har-
blasts off the sticks of Reay and mon Nine, Bronson Rumsey, and
Butch Bouchard, Harold Holt, will test the 165-
pound class.







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Play started slowly in the first,
and it was typical playoff hockey
until Detroit's line of Gee, Pave-
lich, and Peters put the pressure
on McNeil early in the second

* * *
AT 175-POUNDS, Betzig will
call upon Dick O'Shaughnessy,
Ronald Horne, and Chuck Good-
ing. Don Bennett at 191 pounds
rounds out the entry list.




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