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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE

Lawyers, Newman Also Win
In Intramural Hoop Finals

Tops

Fletcher,

56-.48

CLASSIFIEDS

GRAPEFRUIT LEAGUE:
Yankee Rookies Sparkde
In Exhibition Victories

(Continued from Page 1)
Dave Baker was high point man
for the losers; he hit for a total
of 19 points.
THE RESIDENCE Hall final
proved to be the night's highest
scoring contest. At the end of the
first quarter, Fletcher led 13-10.
During the second - period, Allen
Rumsey began to use its height
advantage and walked off the
court at halftime with a 26-23 ad-
vantage.
With Dorner and Van Auken
collecting t 16 points between
them in te last half, the West
Quaders had little difficulty in
establishing and maintaining an
eight to ten point advantage
toward the game's end.
In one of the evening's most ex-
citing bal, games, the Law Club
successfully defended its crown
against the professional law fra-
ternity, Phi Delta Phi.
With approximately 17 seconds1
remaining to be played, Bob Carey
put a jump shot through the bas-
ket for two points and the 46-45
margin of victory.
The game was close throughout.
At intermission the Law Club was
one point ahead, 22-21. This score
was settled on, though, after a
All letter winners are asked to
report immediately to the
Equipment Room in Yost Field
House to be measured for their
t sweaters.
-Henry Hatch
slight argument over a discre-
pency on the score card. But the
lawyers talked it out and came to
a satisfactory conclusion.
SIGMA CHIwon the "B" bas-
ketball championship over, Phi
Delta Theta. Big wheel in the vic-
tory machine was Bill Isbey. Isbey
tallied one-half of his teal's 30
points on six two-pointers and
three charity passes. Skip Hil-
finger and George Clark led the
losers in scoring with a total of 11
points. .
Fletcher "B" maintained a 25-
19 halftime lead to turn back
Williams House, 49-41. Dean
yFisher, of the losers, was high.
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point man for the night with 17
tallies; Dick Leach was runner-
up and led the victors with 16
points.
In the all-campus gymnastics
meet, Alan Krauss was honored as
the best all-around performer.
Krauss took first places in the
side horse, flying rings, and paral-
lel bars. To this record he added
second places in the horizontal bar
and tumbling.
Bill Winkler won the trampoline
event and Wes Wenrich finished
first in tumbling and the hori-.
zontal bar.
35 Announced
M' Winners.
Thirty-five University of Michi-
gan athletes in three winter sports
-hockey, wrestling and gymnas-
tics-earned their letters during
the 1951-52 seasons. Approval of
the awards was made by H.O.
(Fritz) Crisler, Wolverine athletic
director.
Sixteen members of Coach Vic
Heyliger's NCAA hockey cham-
pionship squad received varsity
honors while ten members of the
wrestling team, runner-up for the
Big Ten title also received their
letters. Nine gymnasts, members
of Coach Newt Loken's fourth
place team earned their awards.
Captain Earl Keyes, Tiverton,aOnt.,
headed the list of hockey award
winners. Captain-elhct John Mat-
chfts of Eveleth, Minn., who became
ineligible at the start of the second
semester, did not receive an award.
The letterman list included George
Chin, Lucknow, Ont.; Patrick Cooney,
Riverside, Ont.; Graham Cragg, Ed-
monton, Alta.; James Haas, Nipawin,
Sask.; Robert Heathcott, Turney Val-
ley, Alta.; Willard Ikola, Eveleth,
Minn. )
Others included are William Lucier,
Windor, Ont.; Alex MacLellan, Mon-
treal, Quebec; John McKennell, Tor-
onto, Ont.; Ronald Martinson, Eve-
leth, Min.; Edward May, Edmon-
ton, Alta.; Douglas Mullen, Grass
Lake, Mich.; Paul Pelow, Toronto,
Ont.; Douglas Philpott, Sarnia, Ont.;
Reginald Shave, Yorkton, Sask., Can-
ada.
Varsity wrestling letters went to
Arthur Dunne, Winnetka, Ill.; Jack
Gallon, Toledo, O.; Alan Holcombe,
Ann Arbor; Andrew Kaul, St. Mary's,
Pa.; Miles Lee, Greeley, Colorado;
Norvard Nalan, Mason City, Ia.;
Lawrence Nelson, Milwaukee, Wis.;
Dick O'Shaughnessy, Seaford, N.Y.;
Joseph Scandura,. Brightwaters, N.Y.;
David Space, Ann Arbor.
Gymnasts winning letters were
Frank Adams, Ottawa, Ont., Canada;
Remus Boila, Dearborn, Mich.; Dun-
can Erley, Chicago; Conrad Etti, Mil-
waukee, Wis.; Don Hurst, Marquette,
Mich.; Marvin Johnson, Windsor,
Ont., Canada; Leon Krumholz, Chi-
cago; Harry Luchs, Lake Orion, Mich.;
Monroe Rowland, Taunton, Mass.
EXHIBITION
BASEBALL RESULTS
Philadelphia (N) 8, New York
(A) 1.
Detroit (A) 9, Boston (N) 1.
Brooklyn (N) 3, Cincinnati
(N) '2.
Pittsburgh (N) 3, Cleveland
(A) 2.
New York (N) 4, Chicago (A)
3.
Boston (A) 3, St. Louis (N) 2.
St. Louis (A) 8, Chicago (N) 2.
LA TE HOCKEY SCORES
Montreal 3, Toronto 0
New York 6, Boston 4

4,

-Daily-Don Campbell
HOOP SCRAMBLE-Players converge on a loose ball in a scene
of cage action from last night's Residence Hall Championship
game between Allen Rumsey and Fletcher Hall. Allen Rumsey won
the tilt and the title by a 56-48 score.
SigmiaChis Cop Swim 1Meet;h
Weinstoe Wins in Diving

$y ROD COOK
Exhibition play in the grape-
fruit league, the fun-and-fumble
preview circuit for professional
baseball is now under way.
While the performance of a club
in the southern circuit usually
doesn't mean too much when pen-
nant time comes 'round, it does
have a whole lot to do with a
club's prospects in the seasons to
come.
* * *
IT IS NOW, when the squads
can be oversize and there is noth-
ing to lose, that managers try
their rookies out. Since rookies
will be veterans in a few years,
performance now means a lot
later.
If this is so the New York
Yankees should go right on re-
peating world championships be-
cause Stengel's first-year men
have all played well in early
contests.
The Bombers have won six of
seven games so far, paralyzing the
St. Louis Cardinals in the opener
11-5 with a 7 run seventh inning.
They were not hurt at all by six
Redbird errors.
THE YANKS then spoiled the
Red Sox opener, 7-4, with a 17 hit
barrage, beat the Tigers 4-1 on 10
hits, and murdered Philadelphia
11-6. The Phils handed the Bomb-
ers their first loss yesterday, 8-1.
With Joe DiMaggio gone, sec-
ondbbaseman Jerry Coleman
probably gone with the draft,
and third baseman Bob Brown
not reporting, there is room for
young blood in the Yankee camp
for the first time in several
years.
There's a battle royal for Di-
Mag's old position, with Bob Cerv,
Jackie Jenson, and Mickey Mantle
in the running. Mantle injured his
knee in the World Series last Oc-
tober and can be used only spar-
ingly. Cerv looks the better batter,
Jensen the better fielder.
Gil McDougald and Andey Car-
ey seem the best bets for second
and third.
NEW YORK'S forte thus far has
been lots of hitting by everybody.
Only Yogi Berra, in DiMaggio's
old cleanup spot, has yet to hit
his stride.
Next in impressive perform-
ance thus far has been the
Cleveland Indians. The tribe
boasts what is probably the most
superlative group of pitchers in
both leagues. Their quartet of
Bob Lemon, Bobby Feller, Early
Wynn and Mike Garcia should
win a lot of games before the
season is over.

After Cleveland won five games,.
three straight from the National
League champion Giants, the St.
Louis Browns upset the tribe 8-7,
with seven runs in the sixth inn-
ing.
* * *
DETROIT HAS a 4-5 exhibition
record, and is clearly not going to
get much help from rookies. On
the other hand, the pitching staff
looks in fairly good shape. It is
difficult to tell how such veterans
as Hal Newhouser, Diz Trout, or
even Virgil. Trucks will hold up
thirough the season, but they are
starting out well. Art Houtteman,
19 game winner in 1950, is back,
and looks good. So has Teddy
Gray, and Trucks, who won his
last six starts a season ago may
start this season with a bang.

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By NEIL BERNSTEIN
Sigma Chi took five firsts, two
seconds, and a third to sweep the
fraternity swimming meet finals
last night at the IM Building.
Kappa Sigma was second with a
first, a second, and two thirds, ;
trailed by Sigma Nu with a first;
and a second, Lambda Chi Alpha]
with a second and a third, Acacia]
and Phi Kappa Tau with a second
each, and Phi Gamma Delta, Sig-
ma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon, and Theta Chi, each with a,
third place winner.
* * *
ESPECIALLY outstanding for
the Sigma Chis were C. A. Mitts
and John Higgins. Mitts won both
the 100 and 200 yard free style
events, and swam anchor position
on the 200 yard relay team which
took second. Higgins won the 50
yard free style, and was fourth
man for the 150 yard medley relay
team which won the event. Other
winners were the Sigma Nus in
the 200 yard relay, Tom Case in
the 50 yard breast stroke, and Jim
Peterson in the 50 yard back
stroke.
The Faculty water polo squad
put on a show of bruising play
and smart strategy to swamp
the Residence Hall All-Stars,
8-0. The Faculty scored four in
each period, and Bob Gramm
was high man with two goals.
In the All Campus Diving finals,
Nonny Weinstock edged out James
Hobart, 107.0 to 106.9, to win the
crown. There were seven finalists
scheduled in this event, but five
of them dropped out.
IN THE ONLY other water polo
game played last night, Alpha Chi
Sigma defeated Nu Sigma Nu, 2-1,
in a professional fraternity exhi-
bition match. Ralph Shatz scored
'both gals for the victors, one in
each period, and Dick Johnson
scored the only goal for the losers,
late in the second half.
In volleyball, the Hawaiian
Club took five straight matches
Ph. 5651
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from the Chinese. Good team
play and the spikes of Royce
Higa were the main factors in
the sweep. Mike Loke was out-
standing for the losers.,
The Turks also made ' a clean
sweep, defeating Adams House in
six straight games of the other ex-
hibition volleyball match played
last night.
With Tahsin User setting up
Nuri Bulut and Fahir Etiz, the
Turks took the first four matches
easily. The fifth was a see-saw
battle all the way through. The
Turks finally smashed through the
Adams men to take the tilt, 16-14,
and then win the last match eas-
ily.
Russ Church and Paul Groffsky
were outstanding for the losers.
Snead Victor
In Seminole
Golf Tourney
PALM BEACH, Fla.-(IP)-Re-
sponding to late pressure, Sammy
Snead turned on the steam in the
final nine hole lap yesterday to
win the pro division of the $10,000
Seminole golf tournament.
The West Virginia slugger's 36-
hole total of 138, six under par
for the 7,000-yard Seminole Golf
Club course, gave him an easy
six-stroke victory over a field of
50 other pros.
Johnny Palmer of Badin, N.C.,
had forged a stroke ahead of
Snead at the 27-hole point, 105
to 106. The threat goaded Sammy
into action and he covered the
last nine in 32, leaving Palmer far
behind as the Carolinian flopped
to a 39 on the home stretch.'
Palmer and three others-Doug
Ford of Harrison, N.Y.; Marty'
Furgol of Lemont, Ill., and Claude
Harmon of West Palm Beach-
were left in a second place tie at
144.
Ben Hogan of Palm Springs,
Calif., playing his first tournament
in several months, tied for fifth
at 145 with Jimmy Clark of La-
guna Beach, Calif.; John Revgta,
Evantston, Ill., and Fred Hawkins
of El Paso, Tex.

Dean Walter
Announces 18
Yost. Awards
Eighteen Michigan athletes re-
ceived Fielding H. Y t Honor
Awards yesterday in recognition
of their scholarship, intellectual
and athletic achievements during
the past year.
Announcement of the awards
was made by Professor Erich A.
Walter, Dean of Student Affairs
and chairman of the selection
board.
The winners are: Bruce A. Barthol-
omew, Detroit, (football); Stephen
Bromberg, Detroit (tennis); Carl
Brunsting, Rochester, Minn., (basket-
ball); Russell Carlisle, Fort Lauder-
dale, Fla., (swimming); Graham
Cragg, Edmonton, Alta., Canada,
(hockey); Willard Den Houter, Ann
Arbor, (baseball); George Hickman,
Ypsilanti, Mich., (track); Richard
Howell, Saginaw, Mich., (swimming);
Donald Hurst, Marquette,: Mich.,
(gymnastics); Wallace Jeffries, Evans-
ville, Ind., (swimming); William Kon-
rad, Oak Park, Ill., (track); Laurence
LeClaire, Aanaconda, Mont., (foot-
ball); Dean Lind, Rockford, Il.,
(golf); Douglas E. Peck, Rockford,
Mich., (baseball); Bernhardt Peder-
son, Marquette, Mich., (football);
Jack W. Rose, Grand Rapids, Mich.,
(track); Joeph Sdandura, Bright-
waters, N.Y. (wrestling).
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