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ND's Lattner Honored With
Ieisman, Maxwell Awards!
Notre Dame's Johnny Lattn end for the National Football
triple-threat halfbsck. yesterYye
won college football's top two m- League's Detroit Lions, was the
Oividual awards for 1953, the recipient.
Heisman and Maxwell trophies. Lattner will be presented with
In winning the Maxwell Memcr- the Heisman trophy at a dinner
ial Award, Lattner became the in New York Dec. 8.
first player in the Maxwell Club's
17-year history to be named twice. I-M Scores
The Irish star copped the honor a)
year ago, and he'll be back for VOLLEYBALL
the annual dinner' Jan. 12 to be First Place Playoffs
feted a .Zeta Beta Tau 4 Phi Delta Theta 1
again. Sigma Phi Epsilon 4 Alpha Phi Alpha 3

Jones Sparks Wolverine Swimmers

- LATTNER, on The Associated
Press All-America last year and a
cinch to repeat again, received 1,-
'50 votes from U.S. sports writers
in the Heisman award voting to
beat out Paul Giel of Minnesota,
The Chicago-born Lattner, a
runner, a kicker and a lineback-
'er on defense almost without
peer, is the third Notre Dame
player-counted twice himself-
to win the Maxwell award. In
1949 Leon Hart, now paying

Delta Tau Delta 4 Lambda Chi Al-
pha 3
Second Place Playoffs
Beta Theta Pi 4 Alpha Tau Omega I
Sigma Chi 4 Theta Xi 2
Third Place Playoff
Chi Phi 4 Phi Sigma Delta 3
Fourth Place Playoff
Phi Kappa Psi 4 Delta Kappa Epsilon
Faculty League
Psychology B 5 Social Research 1
WRRC Digits 6 Minerology 0
Museum 6 Economics 0

Variety Keynotes New Crop
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Starting his third year as spalk-
plug of the Michigan swimming
squad, Burwell "Bumpy" Jones
has already blazed a trail of titles
and honors creditably earned.
Jones, a junior, is the holder of
the world and Big Ten record in
the 150 yard individual medley. He
has captured a place among the
top men in the Western Confer-
ence in the 440 yard fret style, the
220 yard back stroke, and is part
of the title holding team in the
400 yard free style relay.
JONES is a product of Redford
High School in Detroit where he
first gained national recognition.0
He garnered five of the seven De-
ti oit High School swimming rec-
ords and was chosen to the AAU
All-American team in 1949, 1951,
and 1952.
He first appeared on the Wol-
verine swimming scene at the
beginning of the '51-'52 cam-
paign. He entered the 40 yard
free-style and proceeded to set
Ticket Sales
Don A. Weir, ticket manager,
announced yesterday that hock-
ey tickets for the week-end ser-
ies with McGill University
would go on sale Friday at the
Athletic Administration Build-
The price of the tickets is
60c to students and coupon
book holders and $1.00 for gen-
eral admission seats. The Ath-
letic Administration Building
will be open between the hours
of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on
Friday. Tickets will be on sale
at the Coliseum at 5:00 p.m. on
Friday and all day Saturday.
Students are urged to pur-
chase their tickets early and
avoid the last minute rush at
the box office. Game time is 8
p.m. both nights.
a new state and Michigan pool
Jones is a very versatile swim-
mer. His performance in his first
two years of competition at the
college level, in which he captured
at least one event in every meet

... splash king

he entered, made swimming ex-
perts take notice. In last sqeson's
Minnesota meet, he entered the
200-yard backstroke and finished
first in a field of four.
THE SWIMMING talents of
"Bumpy" Jones have taken him
to all parts of the world. In 1950,
Hill, NCAA Fre
Co-Captains '53

In 1947, Don Hill co-captain of
the 1953-54 Michigan swimming
team competed in the first swim-
ming meet of his career, the 50-
yard freestyle championship of
Cincinnati. Hill took first place in
that meet and launched a swim-
ming career that was to make him
one of the foremost athletes in
college sports.
As a senior at Walnut Hills High
in his home town of Cincinatti,
Hill made the 1950 All-American
High School swimming team in the
50 and 100 yard free style events,
in addition to being the captain of
the Ohio state champions. -
* * *

he traveled to the Pan-American
games in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
In the summer of '52, "The Bump-
er," as he is affectionately called
by Coach Matt Mann, was given
a berth on the Olympic squad. He
swam one leg of the 400-meter
free style relay. This honor was a
fitting tribute to his swimming
In the 1953 Western Confer-
ence meet, Jones captured the
220-yard free style, the 150-
yard individual medley, his spe-
cialty, and was a member of the
third place Michigan 300-yard
medley relay. This feat was out-
standing because the rules only
permit a man to enter in three

Jones has been in close contact
with Mann for many years. He at-
tends Mann's summer camp and
attributes his success to his
coach's tutoring.
He applies tremendous effort
to his work and takes it very ser-
iously. Hepractices more than six
months out of the year. He is ad-
mired by his fellow swimmers for
his conscientious efforts and easy-
going manner.
e-Style Champ,
'M' Natators
THE SPACIOUS Ohio State pool
was the scene of the 1953 N.C.A.A.
swimming championships, where
the young business administration
student fired the shot heard
around the swimming world. In
the 50-yard freestyle Hill stunned
the Ohio crowd by swimming the
treasured national championship
with one of. the fastest times in
recorded swimming annals.
By churning the distance in
22.4 seconds Maize and Blue
phenom came within 3;tenths of
the world record. Also in the
same meet, Hill marked up a
third in the 100, and anchored
the crack Michigan 400 yard
N.C.A.A. Champion relay team,
of Bumpy Jones, Ron Gora, Tom
Benners and himself.
This quartette hit the time of
3 minutes and 24 seconds, a truly
remarkable swimming achieve-
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Season Ends
Thousands of Michigan deer
hunters are breaking camp and
heading for home today after a1
17-day season climaxed by yes-j
terday's "any-deer" season in the
Lower Peninsula north of High-
way M-55.4
According to Foresters' Club
president Jack Gwynn, '54NR,
campus nimrods have been gen-
erally unsuccessful, but Prof. Ken-
neth P. Davis of the forestry de-
partment and his son Larry, '56
NR, were still in the field yester-
day, hoping to take advantage of
the open season on does and fawns
to bring home the venison. j
A record number of gunners
hunted during the Thanksgiving
weekend, and Conservation offi-
cials were in hopes that as many
as 100,000 hunters would harvest
at least 30,000 deer yesterday in
the "starvation area," the north-1
eastern corner of the Lower Pen-
insula, because of the special sea-

HILL arrived at the University
of Michigan Campus in the fall of
1950 and swimming history was in
the making. As a freshman the
lanky Ohio speedster entered only
one official meet, the National
A.A.U. Championships. Hill, in this
meet annexed a seventh place
among the America's swimming
elite, and set the stage for a bril-
liant sophomore year.
In his second year on the Ann
Arbor campus, Hill established
himself as being one of the top
mermen in the nataion. After
picking up a third in the Big
Ten 50-yard freestyle, the Wol-
verine ace racked up a second,
j and a fifth in the N.C.A.A. finals.
In addition Hill was a member
of the record breaking Michigan
400-yard relay champions.
The same season, Hill set the
American long course 50-yard free{
style record in a meet at Iowa.
The smooth stroking Hill raced his
way to a banner year during the
1952-53 campaign.
-~' Sailing Club
Wins Toledo Race
Unbeaten in this fall's competi-
tion, the University Sailing Club
jwon its third straight regatta this
Taking the Bowling Green In-
vitational Regatta, held at the

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tion, have larger antlers, and there in three regattas.
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does. Conservation men say this Doug McClennen skippered for the
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