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SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 1931

T H1E MICHIGAN DAIL'Y

PAGE TIhRL1

Michigan Wins Big Ten Indoor Track Champio

nship

VASITY THINCLADS
ROLL UP 2 POINTS
McDermott, Illinois Star, Sets
World Mark in Pole Vault;
Other Records Broken.
RUSSELL, AUSTIN WIN
(Special to The Daily)
Winning first places in the 60-
yard dash, the two mile, the mile
relay, and the quarter, the Michi-
gan track team completely out-
classed the field in :annexing the
conference indoor title at Madison
Saturday.
Eddie Tolan, colored flash, tied
the record in the 60-yard dash
while other record breaking per-
formances were turned in by Sent-
man of Illinois in the hurdles, Behr
of Wisconsin in the shot put, and
McDermott of Illinois in the pole
vault. The latter's mark of 13 feet
9 1-4 inches also set a new world's
indoor mark.
The relay team was barely able
to nose out Northwestern in their
heat, the Wildcat team taking see-
ond over the winners of the other
heats. Wisconsin, expected to show
the greatest opposition to the Wol-
verines, fell to fourth place when
Captain Henke pulled a tendon
ruining the Badger's chances in
the dash, the quarter mile, and the
mile relay.
The teams scored as follows:
Michigan 27, Illinois 17, Chicago 14,
Wisconsin 13 5-6, Indiana 12 1-3,
Ohio State 9 5-6, Minnesota 9,
Northwestern 6.
SUMIMARIES
60-yard dash-Semi-finals fi r s t
heat-Won by Tolan (Mich); sec-
ond, East Chicago; third, Witte
(Ill) Time 06.2.
Second heat-Won by campbell
(Michigan); second Hass (Minn);
third, Conway (Iowa). Time 06.3.
One Mile (Finals)-Won by Letts
(Chicago); second Brockvitz (Ind)
third Evans (II1) fourth, Brainard
(Chicago) Time 4:21.6. (New Con-
ference record).
60-yard (finals)-Won by Tolan
(Michigan); second, East (Chica-
go); third, Hass (Minn) fourth,
Campbell (Michigan). Time :06.2.
60-yard high hurdles semi-finals
-First heat-Won by Sentman
(Ill); second R. Black (Chicago)
Third Eggleston (Mich). Time 07.4.
(New Conference record).
Second heat-Won by Hatfield
(Indiana); second Keller (Ohio) ;
third, Handorf (Iowa). Time :07.5.
440-yard run (finals)-Won by
Russell, (Michigan); second, Teitle-
baum, (Ohio); third Gafke (Wis).
Time :51.4.
60-yard high hurdles finals-Won
by Sentman (Ill) second Kellar
(Ohio). Third Hatfield (nd)
Fourth, Eggleston (Michigan). Time
:07.5.
Shot put finals-Won by Behr
(Wis); second, Munn (Minn). Third,
Kabat (Wis) ;fourth, Purma (Ill).
Distance :48.9 1-4. (New Conference
record).
Two Mile run final-Won by Aus-
tin (Mich); second, Watson (Id)
third; Leas (Ind) fourth, Brock-
smith (Ind). Time 9:33.4.
Half mile run finals-Won by
Letts (Chicago); second, Turner
(Mich) T h i r d Beetham (Ohio)
fourth, Bates (Ind). Time :1.59.
Pole vault finals-Won by Mc-
Dermott (Ill); second, Warne (NW)
third Pottle (Mich) fourth Lovshin
(Wis) Mantz (Ohio) Beecher (Ind)
tied. Height 13 9 1-2. (New World's
Record).

High jump finals-Won by Shaw
(Wis) Hackle (Minn) tied, third
Barron (Ill) fourth Murphy (Wis)
Rochman (Ohio) tied. Height :63.-
3-16 .
One mile relay finals-Won by
Michigan (Eknovich, D eB a k e r,'
Glading, Russell) second North-,
western, third Illinois, fourth, Ohio
State. Time 3:26.8.
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Michigan Quintet Noses

Out

Hoosier Cagers, 21 to 20

WEEK'S ATHLETIC CALENDAR
Basketball.
March 9-Chicago at Ann Ar-
bor.
Track.
March 14 - Illinois Relays at
Champaign.
Swimming.
March 13-14 - Western Con-
ference meet at Chicago.
Wrestling.
March 13-14 - Western Con-
ference meet at Chicago.
Fencing.
March 13-14 - Western Con-
ference meet at Champaign.
Gymnastics.
March 13-14 - Western Con-
ference meet at Champaign.

60-YARD SPRINT
GOES TO FLASH
."

BIG TEN STANDINGS
Northwestern .....11 1 .916
Purdue..........8 4 .664
Michigan.......... 7 4 .637
Minnesota .........7 4 .637
Illinois ............ 7 5 .583
Indiana ........... 5 7 .417
Chicago.4 7 .364
Wisconsin.........4 8 .333
Ohio State .........3 8 .273
Iowa .............. 2 10 .166
NEW GOLIF COURSE
TO BE RESTRICTED

FOUR TITLE MEETS
ON CARD FOR- WEEK
Western Conference Swimming
Meet to Be Held Here;
Michigan Favored.
Four Western Conference cham-
pionships will be decided this week
when five Michigan teams wind'up
their season's schedules in a splurge
of activity while Coach "Chuck"
Hovt seeks to continue his brilliant
track record at the Illinois Relays.
The basketball team will terminate
its court schedule here on Monday
night when a Veenker-coached.
court squad appears on the scene
for the last time for the Maize and
Blue.
PigTen titles will be sought by
the swimming team at the Confer-
ence meet which is to be held in1
the Intramural pool Friday and
Saturday nights; the fencing team
which Coach Johnstone will take to
the title meet at Champaign the'
last two days of the week; and also f
Coach West's gymnastic team which
will accompany the fencers in an
effort to make a bid for the Con-
ference honors.
Big Ten Swimmers Here.
The big .event of the week from
a local standpoint will be the swim-
ming meet which will climax one
of the most successful tank sea-
sons Coach Matt Mann has had.
The odds all seem to be in favor of
the local natators, and several rec-
ords are bound to be lowered when
the Michigan boys put forth the
best they have.
Captain. Valentine, Ladd, Schmie-
ler, Kennedy, and Raike look like
easy winners over any competition
which the other Conference teams
can offer. Nine teams will probably
be entered in the meet, all of the
Big Ten except Indiana. Trials will
be held Friday night with the finals
scheduled for Saturday.
Thinclads Enter Relays.
Practically the same team hich
shone at the Conference meet will
be sent to the Illinois relays. Tolan,
Russell, Turner, Wolfe, Austin, and
Eknovich will form the mainstay
of the squad and can be counted
on to add.several points to Michi-
gan's total.
The wrestling meet at Chicago
Friday and Saturday will not de-
termine the Conference champion
as that is awarded on a basis of
dual meet competition.

University
Open U
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Course Will Not Be
Jntil Officials Make
anouncement.

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Eddie Tolan,
Veteran Wolverine sprinter and
former holder of the World's record
for the 100-yard dash, who won the
60-yard sprint last night at the
Conference Indoor Track meet.
NOTICE
Owing to the fact that most{
of the other Big Ten colleges are
located in towns running on
Central Standard time, which is
one hour behind Ann Arbor time,
it is usually quite impossible to
receive results of such contests
until after 11 o'clock at night.
Readers of The Daily are re-
quested to bear this in mind
when phoning the office for late
results.

Although no official notice has
been given of the opening date for.
the new University Golf Course,
it has been definitely stated that
the course is not open for play un-
til such announcement is made.
Play on the new greens and im-
mature fairways under present con-
ditions would do irremediable dam-
age, and anyone found using the1
course may be forced to forfeit
their playing priveleges later.
Another announcement which is
{ opportune at this time is that no
one will be permitted to use the
course unless they are able to dem-
onstrate a fundamental knowledgej
of both the game and its etiquette.,
Varsity golf coach, Ray Court-
right, is conducting a series of golf"
classes under the direction of the
Intramural department which af-
ford an excellent opportunity for
acquiring the prerequisites.

SWORDSMEN DRUB
PURPLE FENCERS
Michigan Takes Last Dual Meet
From Wildcats, 12-5.
Michigan's fencing team weath-
ered a stormy session with North-
western here last night to end the
season with a smashing 12 to 5 vic-
tory.
The Wolverines opened the meet
by winning eight of the nine events
with the foils. In the epee and
sabre conflicts the two teams dead-
locked.
Practically all of the bouts were
fiercely contested but the Wolver-
ines were considerably more skillful
and adroit with the blades. The in-
vaders resorted to rough, vicious
slashes to gain their points.
The Michigan victory was regard-,
ed by-fencing enthusiasts as a bril-
liant flourish to end a successful
Conference season. The team has
won six of its eight matches, drop-
ping conflicts to Illinois and Chi-
cago.
One of the features of last night's
match was the cool fencing of
Powers. His marked skillful attack
were responsible for Michigan's vic-
tories in the epee division.
Capt. Gordon also turned in
crushing triumphs in the sabre and
foils divisions. The other fencers
performed well and were duly re-
sponsible for subjecting Northwest-
ern to suffer one of its worst col-
lapses of the current season.
The summary of last night's
meet:
Foils: Freidman (M) 5, Nisen-
baum (N) 4; Gordon (M) 5, Najari-
an (N), 4; Lovell (M), 5, Balke (N),
3; Gordon (M), 3, Nisenbaum (N),
5; Lovell (M), 5, Najarian (N), 0;
Freidman (M), 5, Balke (N), 2;
Lovell (M), 5, Nisenbaum (N), 2;
Freidman (M), 5, Najarian (N), 4;
Gordon (M), 5, Balke (N), 1.
Epee: Powers (M), 2, Middleton
(N), 0; Winig (M), 1, Wisenbaum
(N), 2; Powers (M), 2, Nisenbaum
(N), 1; Winig (M), 1, Middleton (N),
2.
Sabres: Gordon (M), 5, Gore (N),
0; DeStefano (M), 5, Buckley (N),
3; DeStafano (M), 4, Gore (N), 5;
i Gordon (M), 3; Buckley (N), 5.
Officials: Sauer, director; Smellie.

o'clock because of the
basketball game.

Varsity

Varsity Cagers Face
Chicago in Last Game
Michigan basketball fans will get
their last chance to see the 1930-31
Varsity in action when Chicago in-
vades the Field House tomorrow
night. This will be the last game
of the Big Ten season, and should
Michigan win it Coach Veenker's
last Maize and Blue quintet will
finish the race in a tie for second
place.
The Wolverines are heavy favor-
ites to win the game tomorrow, as
the Maroons are far down in the
rankings, and with Minnesota fav-
ored to defeat Ohio ! State, Michi-
gan, Purdue, and Minnesota will
enter a tie for second position.
INTER CLASS HANDBALL
All inter-class handball games
scheduled for Monday night at
8 o'clock will be played at 9

BOX SCORE

Michigan
Weiss, f...........
Eveland, f .............
Petrie, f........... .
Daniels, c..........
Altenhoff, g ...........
Williamson, g .... . .. . .

Fg
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.2
1
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. . 1

Ft
2
0
0
4
1
0

Pf
2
1
1
1
1
1

INDIANA CUTS LEAD
IN SECOND PERIOD
Daniels and Weiss Outstanding
for Winners; Game Is
Close Throughout.
(Special to The Daily)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., March 7.
-Having their five point lead.
slashed to one in the last minute
of play against Indiana, Michigan
netmen squeezed a 21-20 win Sat-
urday night in the Crimson field
house. Scoring was close through-
out the game, both teams playing
a stellar brand of basketball. In-
diana controlled the ball most of
the encounter through its tipoff
plays.
The Wolverines took advantage
of all breaks and played with cool
and deadly accuracy throughout
the tilt.
Daniels and Weiss played out-
standing ball for the winners, Dan-
iels working effectively beneath
both baskets. Eveland tallied two
badly needed baskets in the last
half. Miller and Jasper worked best
for the Hoosiers.
BIG TEN GAMES
Purdue University closed its 1930-
31 basketball season in a tie for
second place by defeating Iowa at
Lafayette last night by a 39-19
count at Lafayette.. This win puts
the Boilermakers ahead of Michi-
-AlTml od;al osauumW pu1 urn
Chicago won from Ohio State last
night at Chicago by a 31-22 count,
and will invade Ann 'Arbor to-
morrow for the final game of the
Conference season.
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Totals ...............

7 77

Indiana
Zeller, f ...
Miller, f
Jasper, c
Campbell, g.
Blagrave, g .,
Veller, g

Fg Ft
.1 0
............ 2 2
.3 0

Pf
0
0
2

1 1 2

. . . .. . . . .. .. 1

1
0

4
0

Totals ............

... . 8 4 8

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Intram'ural News

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Two track meets are scheduled
for this week, the All-Frosh on
Tuesday and the Independent meet
on Wednesday. The freshmen have
always turned out in good quantity
and quality for the former of the
contests. Most of them have train-
ed and good times for the track
events have been made. The qual-
ity of competitors in the Independ-
ent meet has not been up to the
standard of the freshman in former
years.
ALL-CAMPUS FENCING
The first all-campus fencing meet
for the season has been scheduled
for Monday, March 16. The first
rounds of the preliminaries will
take place on this date. The fol-
lowing day, Tuesday will determine
the champions in the three divi-
sions, foils, epee, and sabre. The
entries will close March 14.
Members of the freshman fenc-
ing classes, those of the Intramur-
al class, and competitors that were
dropped from the varsity squad are
expected to enter. Other fencers
on the campus are welcome to sign
up for the meet in the fencing of
the Intramnural building.
Entries are open for the Faculty

fencing meet, the date of which will
be announced later. These signa-
tures must be recorded by Coach
Johnstone by March 14.
SKATING CARNIVAL
Due to popular demand the In-
tramural department is launching
its first All-Campus Skating car-
nival Tuesday, March 17. All men
on the campus are eligible to enter
the meet. Please sign the blank
below and mail it to the Intramur-
al department.
2 m ile .........................
1 m ile .........................
880 ....,......................
440.........................
220.........
Name.....................
All entries will be limited tc
two events each.

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