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P p HIFIFTEEN SURVIVE OPENING ROUNDS
IN ALL-CAMPUS WRESTLING MEET
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M AW lid LW 1 1I I I I. Amongthe fifteen survivors of he gained a time decision over
the All-Campus wrestling tourna- I
9 ment which was held last night at Gravelle in 3: 18. Wilson brought
S es 9y ethe Intramural Sports building are his bout with Schottataedt to an
to Win Inter-Fraternity six members of the reserve squad brupt ending by pinning his op-
class tA' Honors. and four representatives of the ponent to the canvas 35 seconds
varling :aggregation. These men, after the match started.
RQGKET& RETAIN CROWN Ug ther withtthe five additional There were two bouts in the 155
R &, f;TAN GRAN Isurvivors of the meet, will face lb. division which resulted in vic-
each other in the semi-final and tories for Stephens and Powers of
By virte of their conquest over final rounds which will be held this 'the reserves. Powers was particu-
Trigon to the tune of 9-8, Alpha afternoon commencing at 4:00 o'- larly impressive in scoring a fall in
Sigma Phi became the. champions I clock. the record time of 34 seconds.
6 None of the favorites fell by the Wilhuski of the Frosh and Reif
oitnAamu-iwayside in last night's competition of the reserves will 'battle it out
ketball last night in theIntramu- and the bouts scheduled for today for the 165 lb. crown in a match
ral gym. Te championship for will bring together some of the best which promises to be one of the
class "B" fraternity basketball was wrestling talent on the campus out-Imost interesting of the tourna-
won. by Sigma. Pi due to their vic- Side of the Varsity ranks. Eigh ment. Reif won his match by
tory over Delta Upsilon by a score falls featured the opening rounds I fall while Wilhuski gained a time
of 10-1. Title for the independent ast night. I decision over Gates to win the right
cls went to the Rockets with a' The only match in the 115 lb. di- to oppose the Reserve star.
class vision gave Malowitz the decision The only match in the unlimited
1943. victory over Kansas City. over Tobias with a time advantage class resulted in a in for Jran
Alpha. Sigma Phi wrested the of 4:15. over Matakie with a time advantage
class "A" basketball title from Tr- Kerrish and Lason, both of the of 4:12.
gon in a fast, exciting game which Reserve squad, will fight it out for The winners of each division
ended in-a 9-8 score. Outstanding the 125 lb. title after their im-' championship will be awarded nu-
men for the winneis were Renner pressive wins in last night's bouts. moral sweaters.
and Shea, while the floorwork of: The 145 lb. class proved to be A summary of last night's bouts
Dibble and Suder featured the play j the most popular event of the eve- follows:
of the losers. ping and produced the most hotly 115 pound class-Malowitz de-
Trignon Alpho Sigma Phi contested bouts of the tournament. feated Tobias, (D) 4:45.
Vliet ...... .. ..If ......... Renner Four falls were recorded in this 125 pound class-Kerrish defeat-
Suder ....,...rf. ..McDonald class being scored by Bishop and ed Mony, (D) 4:36; Helliwell de-
Bullard ......... c.........Shea.. Stalker of the Frosh and Shankland feated Sutton, fall, 2:20; Larson de-
Dibble..........rg.......Buderas of the reserves. Stalker also scored feated Helliwell, (D) 3:17.
Clark ........ . . . . .. . . Damm a second time being one of the few 135 pound class-Anderson de-
Score: Alpha Sigma Phi, field double winners of the meet when feated Halliday (D) 5:06; Brown
goals-Renner 2, Shea; free throws defeated Richards (D) 1:39.
-Renner, Shea 2. Trigon, field Morley Twice Winner 145 pound class--Bishop defeated
goals - Suder, Vliet, Clark; free . M. Jones, fall 4:10; Stalker defeat-
throws;-Suder, Bullard. in-Fencing CoMpetitOn ed Horner, fal $3:00; Stalker de-
The class "" championship was Jfeated Graveld (D) 3:18; Shank-
won by a late rally of Sigma pi John Morley, '33E, established land deefated Newman, fall 2:00;
over Delta Upsilon by a score of himself as the all-Campus fencing Wilson defeated Schottstaedt, fall
11-10. The. play of Bartholomew champion by winning first honors 155 pound class-Stephens de-
stood out for the victors, while Bo- in both the foils and the epee feated Kay (D) 3:50; Powers de-
vard eas outstanding for the los- events in the tournament on the feated Schalk, fall, 34 seconds.
ers. 165 pound class-Reif defeated
Sigpa Pi . Delta Upsilon I Open pogram Swinton, fall, 3:49; Wilhuskl de-
Bovar . ...rf...... Dickerson last night. Morley came through a feated Gtes, (D) 3:32.
Normtn.......lf .. . ....Steensma winner in a round robin tourney Unlimited class-Jordan defeat-
Brush,..................Twiss in the foils in which 16 participants ed Matakie (D) 4:12.
Stock. T . rg.. Bartholomew were entered. Second place in the
Stock, C.......lg....... Morison f oils went to Madero who survived
Scoe: Sigma Pi, field goals-Bo- a large enough majority of his
varde2, Brush,.Seward:.; free throws1 bouts to beat out Winig, who fin-
. Sro-ck, Norman, Seward. Delta isnedin third place. -
UpsiTJ , field. goals-Bartholomew . Honors in the sabre went to liar-
3; free throws - Bartholomew, ry Wallace. By winning a total of
Steensma. five bouts,.Wallace. took the chain-
For the second successive year pionship in this event. Wallace is
the l ckets have managed to win manager of the Varsity fencing
the Independent basketball cham- team. Baulsch ended up in third
pions lp. The Rockets successful- '.place after fighting it out with Id.
ly retained their title last night by j At the end of the regular pairings
defeating Kansas City by a score of Baulsch and Ide were tied for sec-
19-13g Although a fast, well-organ- and place. In a hard fought bout.
ized style of play was presented by in which Ide showed superior skill,
both teams, the workof Engleman his opponent was relegated to third
and Marx featured in victory while honors for the event.
Goldsmith, Purdum, and O'Neil Again in the epee, Morley showed1
were outstanding for Ilansas City. his superiority by outfencing all
The Rockets Kansas City comers in the elimination tourna-
Formina.......rf . . .........Conn ment. Eight men were entered, and l
Marx ..........If........Purdum wafter winning his first two bouts
MacKgnzie .....c......Goldsmith' with ease, the champion was in
Engleran (c.)...rg.... Waters (c.) line for .the semi-finals. Madero,
Pont. ^..... .lg.........O'Neil winner of second place in the foils,
Score: Rockets, field goals-En- also came. through his first two,
gleman 3, Marx 2, Formsma 2, Mac--I bouts victorious. Morley and Ma-
Kenzie 2; free throws-Marx, Eng- dero each won in the semi-finals,
leman, Montante, Gussin. Kansas and were paired against each other
City, field goals-Goldsmith 2, Pur- for the deciding, match. Mrley
dum 2, Conn, O'Neil; free throw- was victorious after a brief parry,
Waters. was victorious after a brief parry,
The. class basketball champion- and annexed his second title of the
ship between the Junior Enineers I night.
and the Junior Dents was won by
the Engineers by a score of 10-7. New York-The New York box-
Tuscli and Malcolm were greatly ing commission plans to suspend
responsible for the Engineers' vic- all boxers who lose bouts after foul-
tory. ing their opponents. Suspensions
will be meted out. in accordance
Tampa-The Detroit Tigers de- with the number of times the fight-
feated St. Louis by a 8-5 decision er commits the foul.
yesteirday and will leave for Win-
ter- Haven for the second of the Dallas-Art Shiers, bad boy of
tarining season with the Phillies. baseball, threatens to play semi-
The Bengals swamped the Phillies pro baseball this season unless a
in their first game. This win gives better contract than the $7,000 one
the Tigers three games out of six. I offered him is increased
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'MILE RELAY TEAM'
Michigan Swimmers Beat Former
Mark by Nine and Two
Fifths Seconds
CLAIM IS RECOGNIZED
By swimming one mile in the.
record breaking time of 16:42.6, a
relay team composed of eighteen
Michigan Varsity and Freshman
swimmers established an official
new world mark at the Intramural
pool last night. Almost 10 seconds.
were clipped from the previous rec-
ord of 16:52 set up by the Michigan
natators in a dual meet with. In-
diana last season.t
The relay, occupying the first1
place on the card of swimming
.eventsfor the Intramural annual
Open House program, was the fea-I
ture of the evening. Of the 18'
men participating, the first 171
swam 100 yards each, and the last
man finished a 60' yard sprint. In
Spite of the fast time for the mile,
the team failed to better the exist-
ing times for the 400, 500, and 60.1
lard relays#
With Walker, Walaitis, Smith,
end Schmieler swimming the first
100 yards, the time was one sec-
'md short of the present record of
3:39.2. However, Ault, the fifth man,
brought the time for the 500 down
even with the world mark of 4:35.8;
and Hosmer, swimming in sixth
position, crossed the 600 yard dis-
tance with the elapsed time of
5:42.4, another tie with the stand-
ing world's record.
Following Hosmer in the success-
ful attempt to better the mile,
mark were Chase, Morgan, Ken-I
nedy, Klintworth, Marcus, Meigs,
Hubley, Ladd, Sanborn, McCaffree,
Fenske, and Hughes. Yale univer-'
sity is the holder of the existing'
records for the three shorter dis-'

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TWO TECHNICAL KO'S REGISTERED.
IN ALL-CAMPUS BOXING TOURNEY
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which filled the boxing room to
I overflowing the all campus semi-
finals in boxing proved to be the
most spectacular event on the open
night program. Coach Let Philbin
as. announcer called the first bout
at 8 o'clock of a card of fights that
were the best in the history of the
sport at Michigan featured with
clean hard fighting and an aggres-
siveness that is rarely found out-
side the professional ring.
Featherweights, Jerry Curry at
127 1-2 and Bob Custer at 127
opened the bill with a bang. Cus-
ter coming from his corner at the
bell forced the fight and for the,
first few seconds looked like the
flash of the evening until Curryl
found his straight left that from
then on stopped all the rushing
and finally carried him through to
a close decision.
Curry Goes Into Lead.
The third round went to Custer
as a result of his again taging the1
offeensive he drove Curry to the
ropes and pounded his way into
a clinch. The match was called a
draw and the bell was held two;
minutes and an extra round called.
As a result of the third round of
rushing Custer was slow and Curry
found him an easy mark for the
left again and finished off with
four right crosses to the face there-
by taking the round and the
match.
Oakley weighing 127 and Mc-i
Bride 126 were the second on the
card. McBride proved hard to hit
cleanly and, Oakley slugging with
both hands continually overreach-
ed making the three rounds look.
like a hugging match with a few!.
bright spots when McBride stood
in the center of the ring and trad-
ed swats toe to toe. In the thirds
both boys found their distance an
Oakley was able to land his left
lead and follow through with a I
right hook that registered on Me- I

up enough points to win the de- a few more students (girls) to
cision. her group of girls touring Eng-
Heim Wins Match. Iland, Wales, Belgium and France.
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