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SATURDAY, JtTLY 26, 1941

THE, MICHIGAN DAILY'

PAGE THREE

SATtJIU)AY, JULY 26, 1947 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THEE~

Seven Wolverine Mermen To Enter
National "AAU Outdoor Swim Events

Holiday Defends
Two Tank Titles
By IRWIN ZUCKER
Seven of Michigan's foremost
swimming stars will virtually bid
for Olympic berths on the basis of
their performances in the Nation-
al Outdoor A.A.U. Swimming and
Diving Championship July 31
through August 3 at Tyler, Tex.
Heading the list of Wolverine
entrees is towering Harry Holiday,
captain-elect of the 1948 tank
squad who will defend his two Na-
tional titles - the 100 meter back-
stroke and the 300 meter individ-
ual medley. Holiday completed his
training yesterday at the Detroit
Boat Club, and will head south
this morning at the wheel of his
new automobile along with team-
mate Gil Evans and Wally Ris,
National indoor 50-yard champ
from the University of Iowa.
Others Leave Soon
The other Texas-bound Wolver-
ine swimmers - Dick Weinberg'
Bob Sohl, Gus Stager, Charlie
Moss, and Matt Mann III - will
,. leave within a few days. Coach
Matt Mann, who has been spend-
ing the summer at his Canadaian
camp, will join them in Texas and
next month all will fly to Hono-
lulu for a summer meet promoted
by Keo Nakama, one-time Ohio
State champion.
It was also announced that Hol-
iday will swim with Michigan
teammates Dick Weinberg and Bob
Soh in the 300 and 800 medley
relays. Sohl, Big Ten 220-yard
breaststroke titlist, and Weinberg,
National' Intercollegiate 50 and
100-yard freestyle champ, will al-
so compete in their individual
specialties.
Back from an 18-month Army
stretch, Matt Mann III, son of the
Wolverine coach and touted as
one of the finest prospects ever to
Mid-American
Loop Boosts
PigskinSport
DAYTON, Ohio, July 24-UP)-
Miami University of Oxford, Ohio,
and Western Michigan Colleg of
Kalamazoo sat in today on doin s
of the Mid-American Intercollegi-
ate Athletic Conference for the
first time since their election last
1month.
Dr.hDavid E. Reese of Dayton,
Mid-American president, called
4the ┬░midsummer meeting to enable
the four other Conference mem-
bers to "get acquainted" with the
newcomers.
Reese said that the circuit had
decided to delay official campaign-
ing for a football champion until
1948. He said the withdrawal of
Wayne University of Detroit and
acceptance of the two new mem-
bers, both with previously drafted
football schedules, precluded possi-
bility of having each college meet
.r four other league members next
season.
"By1948," Reese said, "the Mid-
America will be a fully established
conference. Football now is the
only sport in which we will not
officially name a champion next
year.
i Reese said that members would
play a 10-game round-robin bas-
ketball schedule to decide the
) championship and would be or-
ganized for competition infour
spring sports-golf, tennis, track
and baseball.
Reese said the first such carni-
val would be staged next spring
at Athens, Ohio, home of Ohio
University, at a date to be de-
cided.

enter Michigan during his fresh-
man year, will represent the Maize
and Blue in the long distance
events for the first time since
1946.

Stager, who won the New Jersey
State AAU 200-meter freestyle last:
Saturday, will see action in the'
Nationals in the 220 and 440-yard
freestyle, while Moss is slated for
duty in the shorter freestyle
events.
Evans Sharpens Up
Intent upon breaking ap the
Ohio State dynasty of divers, Ev-
ans has been practicing swim-
ming's latest and most difficult
test from the highboard - the
twisting one and one-half somer-
sault, originated by Mil Ander-
son, Buckeye diving ace. This dive
rates a 2.8 degree of difficulty.
Evans has been tutored in this
dive by Alex Canja, 1947 Michigan
captain and diver, who will not
compete in the Nationals.
Ohio State will be seeking their
fourth major title of the year in
the Tyler event. Stiffest competi-
tion is expected from Michigan,
San Francisco's famed Olympic
Club, Yale, University of Texas,
and from several Canadian, Ha-
waiian, and Mexican schools.
Army Also Entered
According to word from San
Antonio, winners and runners-up
in the Army Forces National
Swimming Meet there on July 26
will participate in the Tyler meet.
"Old Man Flu" caused the
'downfall of the Wolverine entry
in April's AAU Indoor Champ-
ionships at Columbus as Holiday
and Weinberg were forced to
withdraw because of illness. The
crippled Michigan squad finished
fourth, one point behind Yale.
Ohio State and the Philadelphia
Turners finished one-two, res-
pectively.

MSC Hires
Ex-'M' Star
Robert Flora, former Univer-
sity of Michigan football star,
declared yesterday that he
would join the Michigan State
College grid coaching staff this
fall.
A guard on Michigan 1939-
40-41 pigskin squads, Flora
coached at Niles (Mich.) High
School until his resignation this
spring.
I-M NEWS
F r e d Wellington yesterday
stamped himself as a definite fav-
orite in the Intramural singles
tennis tournament by defeating
Harry Aroyan in straight sets,
6-4, 6-4. By virtue of his victory,'
Wellington became the first man
to reach the semi-final round in
the court tourney.
Bill Culver and Emery Free-
man will meet Aroyan and Fred
Wellington in the upper bracket
quarter-finals in doubles compe-
tition. In the lower bracket, Te-
verius Toni, and Rasin Tek, who
used to hold down the No. 3 spot
on the University of Istanbul net
squad, have advanced into the
third round.
YESTERDAY'S SOFTBALL
Fraternity League
Psi Upsilon 10, Sigma Chi 4
SAE 20, DKE 5
Lambda Chi 12, Chi Phi 0
Phi Delta 11, Sigma Nu 2
ZBT 2, Theta Xi 0
Theta Chi 2, Delta Tau 1

Senators Stop Hal, 30;
Dodgers Trip Reds, 6-1

Boston Triumphs
Feller Wins 12th
By The Associated Press
Walter Masterson's 4-hit pitch-
ing gave Washington a 3-0 victory
over Detroit last night andr a
sweep of the 3-game series with
the Tigers. It was the second time
this season Masterson registered
a shutout when opposed by Hal
Newhouser, who was charged
with his ninth defeat.
Masterson, who won his eighth
game and his fourth shutout,
was staked to a 1-0 lead in the
sixth when Buddy Lewis tripled
and scored after Tom McBride
flied to Vic Wertz in center field.
A walk to Mark Christman,
Rick Ferrell's sacrifice and Ed-
die Yost's single boosted the
Senators into a 2-0 lead in the
seventh.
The high - flying Yankees
burst loose with 10 runs in the
first two innings and continued
to belabor St. Louis Brown
pitching until they had piled up
a 14 to 5 victory over the Amer-
ican League, cellar dwellers and
made it two out of three for
the series.
Coming from behind, the Bos-
ton Red Sox whacked out an 8-2
victory over the Chicago White
Sox.

JOIN PRO RANKS-Two All-American footballers, who were on
opposite sides of the scrimmage line in the 1947 Rose Bowl game,
will be teammates this fall with the Los Angeles Dons of the All-
America Conference. Burr Baldwin (left) played end for UCLA
and Alex Agase (right) was guard for the University of Illinois.
The two are pictured at the Don's summer training camp at
Ventura, Calif.
Major League Roundup

Cards Nip Giants
Move Into Third
By TileAsociated Press
Brooklyn lengthened its Na-
tional League Lead to six full
games yesterday by trimming
Cincinnati, 6-1, behind the six-
hit pitching of Lefty Vic Lom-
bardi who racked up his fifth suc-
cess of the season.
Three unearned runs in the
first inning, resulting from
Frank Baumholtz' muff of
Dixie Walker's long drive to
right field with two out and two
on, helped send Johnny Van-
der Meer down to his eighth de-
feat and his fifth in a row.
Stan Musial lashed a 10th inn-
ing single today scoring Red
Schoendienst with the run that
boosted the defending champs in-
to third place by a 3-2 victory
over the New York Giants. It was
the third straight St. Louis win
for a sweep of the series.
Chicago stopped the Boston
Braves, 6 to 4, to close their
series at two-all and give Doyle
Lade his eighth victoryof the
season. The Chicagoans knock-
ed Warren Spahn from the
mound in the fifth to hand the
Boston southpaw his fifth loss
against 13 victories.
The upsurging iPttsburgh. Pi-
rates climbed out of the National
League cellar ahead of Philadel-
phia for the first time in weeks
today, defeating the Phils in both
ends of a twin bill. The Bucs won
the first game, 8-6, on the strength
of a 7-run first inning and took
the nightcap, 3-2, by rallying for
two runs in the eighth.

NATIONAL

Brooklyn
Boston
St. Louis
New York
Chicago
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia

W
56
48
48
45
42
42
38
37

LEAGUE
L Pct.
36 .609
40 .545
41 .539
39 .536
47 .472
49 .462
51 .427
53 .411

GB
6
'6%
7
12
13
16
18

AMERICAN LEAGUE

New York
Detroit
Boston
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Washington
Chicago
St. Louis

61
47
48
44
39
39
39
32

L
30
39
40
45
43
47
51
54

Pct.
.670
.547
.545
.494
.476
.453
.433
.372

GB
11
111/
16,
17
19 /
21%/
26%/

BACK IN ACTION-Matt Mann
III, son of the Wolverine swim-
ming coach, will swim for Michi-
gan in long-distance events in
next week's National Outdoor
AAU Swimming and Diving
Championship at Tyler, Tex.

Bob Feller today became the
first American League pitcher
to score 12 victories this season,
letting the Philadelphia Ath-
letics down with five safeties as
his Cleveland mates banged out
a 6-1 triumph at Shibe Park.

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