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FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Delta Sigs Take Pro Fraternity Swimming

Crown

JE F FR IE S B E A T E N : sr sRc
Yale Wains First Race
In NCAA Swim Meet

Ruirnerup Positions Won
By Alpha Kaps, Lawyers
Seibold Leads Victors with Two Triumphs;
Verity Also Annexes Honors in Two Events

VETERAN RECEIVER:
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Special To The Daily
COLUMBUS - Jimmy McLane
and Wayne Moore sent Coach Bob
Kiputh's mighty Yale swimming
aggregation off to a flying start
in the 1953 N.C.A.A. champion-
ships here last night by running
one-two in the 1500-meter free-
style race.
McLane's winning time was
18:27.5, which is far from Ford
Konno's Intercollegiate short
course mark of 18:11.5 set back
on March 6, 1952 at the Big Ten
meet in East Lansing.
KONNO, OHIO'S great hope in
the current meet, remains on the
sidelines still suffering the after
effects of the mumps. There was
an outside chance that he might
perform over the weekend, but
most Buckeye swimming adher-
ents were pessimistic about both
Konno and the outcome of the
meet if he does not appear.
Moore, who like McLane par-
ticipated in the recent Olympic
Games at Helsinki, finished
thirteen seconds behind the
pace-setter.
Michigan State's fine distance
swimmer Bert McLachlan came
in third in the time of 18:56.9.
CAPTAIN WALLY Jeffries of
Michigan swam the best 1500 met-
ers of his career, 19:29.3, but in
such an exceptional field as per-
formed last night even an effort
of that caliber was not enough to
break into the circle of point-win-
ners.
Yale's John Marshall, who

holds the Intercollegiate Long
Course mark in this event, fin-
ished out of the money in a sur-
prising turn which might con-
ceivably affect the outcome of
the meet. It was figured in some
quarters that with Konno out
of the race, Yale would run one-
two-three.
William Yerzyk, of Little Spring-
field College, sent his school into
a temporary point lead over such
great natatorial giants as Ohio
State and Michigan by finishing
fourth in the time of 18:56.7.
WITH THE point scoring on a
7-5-4-3-2-1 basis, the totals at the
conclusion of the first race, which
was the only one last night are:
Yale - 13, Michigan State - 4,
Springfield College-3, Oklahoma
-2.
Preliminaries for tonight's six
finals will take place this after-
noon.
The races scheduled are the 50-
yard freestyle, 200-yard back-
stroke, 220-yard freestyle, 200-
yard breaststroke, 400-yard free-
style relay, and the one meter
diving.
Ohio State's great sprinter Dick
Cleveland will be ready to compete
in the short distance events. He
missed the Big Ten meet due to a
case of the mumps. The disease has
given Buckeye mentor Mike Peppe
some very anxious moments in
the past month.
First Cleveland was sidelined for
the important Western Conference
meet, then Konno was afflicted
just before the National meet.

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By JAY GRANT
Delta Sigma Delta swam to an
easy triumph in the professional
fraternity swimming meet last
night at the IM pool, taking an
early lead and never relinquishing
it.
Paced by Dave Seibold, Delta
Sig took four firsts out of seven
events as they won the 50-yard
breast stroke, the 200-yard free
style, the 50-yard back stroke, and
the 150-yard medley relay.
SEIBOLD GAINED honors in
two of the four by taking the
breast stroke and the free style.
He also helped his team gain its
medley victory by swimming the
breast stroke laps in creditable
fashion.

BERT McLACHLAN
. . . Spartan cops third

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Boston Bruins, Montreal
In Stanley Cup Hockey P
By The Associated Press angles by the cage
A tight defense, fitted around sent three pucks pa
goalie Jim Henry, carried the Bos- But he closed t1
ton Bruins to a stunning 5-3 vic- that and kicked .
tory over the Red Wings at Detroit challenge the Chic
last night to square their Stan-fhenet40Chi
ley. Cup hockey series at one game his te we cut
apiece. his mates were cut
Also in the Stanley Cup playoffs, cit and finally goi
the Montreal Canadiens whipped Al Rollins, in the
home three goals in the second pe- was enough to dpro
riod at Montreal to overcome aTwasghetmidry
two-goal deficit and defeat e t That was the middl
Chicago Black Hawks, 4-3. The the winners notched
win gave the Canadiens a 2-0 lead four goals-and wit
in the semi-finals. Richard getting crec
* 4 * assist.
BOSTON built up a 5-1 bulge Jim McFadden d
and then its famed close-checking the Hawks and coni
defense went into action, frustrat- their three markers
ing the Red Wings time after time.
The Bruins played five men GIANTS, N
back and this worked until the
last two and a half minutes of
play, when Metro Prystai clickedwcfothDerirsihn
30 seconds.
But by this time, the Bostonians
had the game locked up. The win- By the Associa
ners shot out into the lead on ST. PETERSBU
Flem Mackell's early tally, but St. Louis Cardinals
Gordie Howe of the Wings tied the Reynolds yesterday
score with a goal at 8:54 of the ped the New York Y
opening session.Th vera ri
* The veteran rig
DAVE CREIGHTON sneaked the thumped for 13 hi
puck past Detroit goalie Terry ings.
Sawchuck at 14:09 for the first
of his two counters, and the first Joe Presko, yon
period ended with Boston out in er whose arm tr
front, 2-1. the Cards' progres
Bruin forward Joe Kluka~y tional League last
provided the winners with a 3-1 seven innings and
advantage, beating Sawchuk for The Yanks made
the only score of the second ses- gles in six frames.
sion. Soon after his marker. thle seenthifands.P
Despite Detroit's aggressive play four hits and the tw
early in the final period, Boston
again dented the twines as Johnny * *
Pierson whisked the puck past the BROWNS 6, G
bewildered Sawchuk.
* * PHOENIX, Ariz.
CREIGHTON extended the run homers, all at t
Bruin's lead to 5-1 with a goal at Sal Maglie, gavet
12:59, and five minutes later Pry- Browns a 6-5 victory
stai responded with his pair of
tallies. His two-goal effort gave York Giants yester
him a total of three for the play- Outfielder Jim Dy
off series. Brownie slugging s
Henry, the Boston goal-tender, necting with Vic W
made a total of 43 saves on the second.
evening, while Sawchuk had a
relatively easy time of it, stop- Roy Sievers hit1
ping only 19 Beantown shots. with rookie shortst
The two teams meet again Sun- er on in the sixth a
day at Boston. inning was over cat
* *also lifted one ov
AT THE START of the Mon- with Wertz again o
treal-Chicago encounter, it seemed
that Canadien goalie Gerry McNeil Satchel Paige hu
was going to have one of his bad two innings for th
nights. He was peppered from all lowing no hits.

Score
'layoff
r Hawks, who
ast him.
he gates after
.away every
agoans made
ninutes, while
ting the defi-
ng ahead.
e Chicago nets
eriod, but that
e his undoing.
e stanza when
d three of their
h ace Maurice
dit for only one
id his best for
tributed two of

Taking a second place to Del-
ta Sig's 331% points was Alpha
Kappa Kappa with a total of 24
counters for the evening. Fol-
lowing the leaders were the Law
Club, Nu Sigma Nu, and Alpha
Chi Sigma in that order.
Seibold was not the only swim-
mer to garner two first spots in
the meet, as Gordon Verity of
Alpha Kappa Kappa equaled his
rival's output. Verity gained hon-
ors in the 50-yard free style and
then repeated later with another
win in the 100-yard free style.
IN THE ONLY other individual
competition, Don Kelley of Delta
Sigma Delta, took the 50-yard
backstroke in a time of :36.6. Fol-
lowing closely on Kelley's heels
was the Law Club's Don McGau-
ghey.
The top point earner for the
third place Law Club was Ray
Schumacher who took two third
places in his two events, the
breast stroke and the 200-yard
free style.
The lawyers gained their only
win of the, evening in the meet's
starting event, the 200-yard free
style relay. In the night's final:
competition the Delta Sigs sped
to an easy triumph in the 150-yard
medley relay.
,Alpha Kappa Kappa showed
Delta Sigma Delta its only
threat, although a slight one, by
earning its majority of points in
the short distance free style
events.
In both the 50-yard and 100-
yard races Verity was followed
closely by teammate Tom Reigel,
as the Alpha Kaps picked up first
and second place points.

DICK LEACH
. .. Wolverine backstop
Boilermakers
May Vote No
On Bowl Pact
The fate of the Big Ten Rose
Bowl pact may ride on the debat-
ing ability ofthe Purdue Univer-
sity athletic staff.
According to a story intoday's
Detroit Free Press, the faculty of
Purdue has voted against renewal
but has agreed to listen to an ap-
peal championed by Athletic Dir-
ector Guy Mackay and Football
Coach Stu Holcombe.
IF THE faculty refuses to re-
consider its decision, the chances
for the continuance of the Rose
Bowl agreement will be very slim.
Michigan State, Minnesota,
and Wisconsin have already in-
dicated that they will vote
against renewal and Northwest-
ern while uncommitted is be-
lieved to be leaning toward dis-
continuing the pact.
The official decision on whether
or not to continue the series will
be made at the conference meet-
ings May 27-28.

By WILL PERRY
There will be no catching prob-
lem this season for Michigan base-
ball coach Ray Fisher with the re-
turn of his veteran receiver, Dick
Leach, from last year's Big Ten
co-champions.
Leach, who prepped at Flint
Northern, handled the brunt of the
receiving duties last season while
finishing the year with a respec-
table .292 average in conference
competition.
FISHER RATES Leach as an
excellent receiver and with the ex-
perience he gained last season,
the Wolverine mentor believes that
the young catcher will improve his
hitting considerably.
A large amount of the credit
for the development of the
pitching must go to Leach for
his excellent handling of the
mounds corps, Fisher says.
Though Fisher is very high on
the defensive ability of his jun-
ior receiver, he is mostly pleased
about the great improvement of
Leach in the batting cages.

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BRAVES 10, REDS 8
TAMPA, Fla.-Ex-Redleg Joef
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a homer, to pace the Milwaukee
Braves to a 10-8 victory over his
old teammates, the Cincinnati
Reds, yesterday.
Altogether the Braves pounded
four Redleg hurlers--Joe Nux-
hall, Frank Smith, Niles Jor-
dan and Ernie Nevel-for 17
hits.
Walker Cooper and Jack Ditt-
mer also swatted homers for the
Braves, who iced the verdict with
a three-run splurge in the ninth
inning, which was helped along by
two Cincinnati errors.
*, * *
INDIANS 8, WHITE SOX 4
TUCSON, Ariz.-With a 14-hit
attack that included home runs
by AlRosen and Jim Hegan, the
Cleveland Indians beat the Chi-
cago White Sox, 8-4.
Lou Brissie, who pitched three
innings, and Al Aber, who hurl-
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Sox scoreless after the fourth
round.
A three-run homer by Bill Wil-
son and a solo homer by Sher-
man Lollar, both off Early Wynn,
accounted for all of the Chicago
runs.

RED SOX 4, SENATORS 3
ORLANDO. Fla.-The Boston
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yesterday.
Boston scored its first run in
24 innings after Washington spurt-
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Boston scored the winning run
in the fourth.
DODGERS 8, PHILS 7
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