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By John Thomas
Tracksters Win
Revenge Is Sweet
Column Continues
NED TURNER' won the half-mile
with Ed Lemon second, Doc
Howell won the mile, Hawley Egles-
ton and Boyd Pantlind finished one-
two in both the high and low hurdles,
Ward was nosed out in the high-
jump and by Ralph Metcalfe in the
70-yard dash. Al Blumenfeld was
fourth in the shot-put, and Cass
Kemp plaged fourth in the 70-yard
dash.
That is the story of Michigan's in-
vasion at the West Virginia Relay
Games, in a short paragraph. But
it is not the whole story. The regu-
lar two-mile relay had been cancelled
the previous week because no suitable
competition could be located. Turn-
er s victory carried out the press pre-
dictions, but Lemen's bid for a sec-
ond was too much for the weary field
in the stretch. The 880-yard pair
were highly successful even without
their favorite relay.
In a field of better-than-fair hur-
dlers, Egleston and Pantlind breezed
through to victories. It begins to look
like a championship shuttle-hurdle
relay team with Egleston, Pantlind,
Ward, and either Haeffile or Jackson
teaming together.
Doc Howell laid behind for three-
quarters and then turned on the kick
to leave the entire field and won the
mile in fair time, 4:34. He ran
against a smart field and demon-
strated to most everybody's satisfac-
tion that the converted two-miler
can run fairly well at the shorter
distance.
Kemp, Lemen, Egleston, and Tur-
ner teamed up for the last event of
the J-Hop evening, the medley relay,
to add a climax to Michigan's inva-
sion. The full distance was a mile
and the Wolverine quartet led most
of the way..
Although no points were awarded
by the officials of the meet, the press
scores gave Michigan a total of 40, a
huge lead on the nearest competitor.
R EVENGE was slopped all over the
East Lansing court last Saturday
night, when Coach Cappon's quintet
rubbed the Spartan noses into the
floor, 28 to 16.
Not being satisfied with a simple
victory the Wolverines kept the home
team scoreless during the last 15
minutes of the game, making 13
points during the interum.
The State cagers are wondering
just how they happened to beat.
Michigan here early in the season.,
SIX GOOD and true professors de-
cided that this column should con-
tinue under the present directorate
and backed up their opinions with
six good and true marks.
For which we thank them heartily
and promise not to divulge their
names to those who think otherwise.
Ineligiility Takes
Toll Of Swimmers
Ineligibility, that bugaboo of ath-
letes, seriously dimmed Michigan's
chances of winning Big Ten and na-
tional swimming titles this year when
it took Taylor Drysdale and Ogden
Dalrymple during the examiation
period.
Coach Mann was counting heavily
on Drysdale's taking the backstroke
event and planned to use Dalrymple
in the relays or sprints in the open-

ing meet with Northwestern Friday
night. The Wildcats undoubtedly
will be the team to beat if Michigan
is to take the Conference title, and
for that reason the Wolverine nata-*
tors have been pointing for Friday's
eet, although they swim against
Chicago on the following night,

Wolves Succumb
To Late Goal In
Hockey Thriller

Ferries Stars For Te
Teams To Clash E
Again This Evening

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By ALBERT H. NEWMAN
Four goals in the final five minutes
of a hockey thriller. lastnight at the
Varsity Arena saw Michigan Tech's
sextet ride through a desperate
Michigan rally and score the final
marker to win, 4-3. The contest fea-.
tured fairly fast play throughout
with a finals whichabrought more
than a thousand cheering spectators
to their feet.
The first period saw both teams
playing conservative hockey and
there was no scoring. Crossman drew
firstblood at 3:37 in the second
period with a short shot from the
right which breezed past Goalie Maki
of the visitors cleanly. Tech retail-
l ated 12 minutes later with a goal by
Ferries, right wing, which found its
way through a crowd 'of players be-
fore the net to catch Jewell unawares.
Tech Scores Again
After seven minutes of the third
period, Ferries scored again on a pass
from Croze, and he again tallied with
just five minutes to play as Jewell
came out of the net too far for the
puck after a stop, and Chapman
came in to cover the goal just a frac-
tion of a second too late.
Michigan sent four men down the
L ice in an attempt to even the 3-1
score and Reid took a pass from
David close to the net and stretched
the cords for a. tally two minutes
later. Michigan trailed by one goal
with three minutes to play.
Ted Chapman, whose offensive
game last night surprised local fans,
took the puck just 40 seconds later
and scored on a solo dash down the
left side, evening the score.
Ferries Wins Game
The Maize and Blue played incau-
tiously after the marker was made
and Ferries was able to break loose
from the forwards again and elude
the defensemen to score the final
goal of the game with -two minutes
to play, winning the game for Tech.
The Wolverines missed the services
of John Sherf, star sophomore,.in-
eligible due to an incomplete, al-.
though Reid was back -on form and
Keith Crossman looked better tha.n
in any game this season. Hendrick-
son and David drew the only penal-
ties, and both were in the final
.period.
Michigan has a good chance to re-
venge the defeat tonight as they will
play the Houghton outfit again to-
night at eight o'clock. The contest
promises some good hockey, with the
teams fairly evenly balanced.
The Lineups
Tech Michigan
Maki ...........G..........Jewell
Daigle.........LD.......Gabler
Jacobson ......RD...,... Chapman
Hendrickson .....C. .....G.. Crossman
Crozo ........RW.........Reid
Ferries........RW........David
Michigan Spares: Artz, Stewart,
Coventry, Courtis. Tech Spares: La
Mothe, Latimer, Wealton, Hurley.
Stops: Maki 26; Jewell 26. Referee,
Fox, Detroit,

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9Trestlers Lose

Two Meets In
Eastern Tour
Michigan's wrestlers were easy
prey for their eastern opponents on
the recent Intersectional trip.
The Wolverine grapplers bowed to
Penn State, 22 to 8, last Friday; the
succeeding night they fell before the
Navy matmen, 22 to 6. The four
Michigan victories were secured by
Joe Oakley, who won Michigan's only
fall, and Jimmy Landrum, against
Penn State, and Art Mosier and Bob
Helliwell against the Midshipmen.
Coach Cliff Keen was somewhat at
a loss to account for the one-sided-
ness of the matches. Lack of condi-
tion appeared the chief cause for the
Michigan down'fall, the team having
been idle for-the two-week examina-
tion period just before the meet.
Another contributing factor was
the rigorous drive.'. After motoring to
Penn State the team .was forced to
leave imimiediately after the meet to
reach Annapolis in time to fight the
navy. About 4,500 persons saw the
former match.......
The -showing of the team leaves
Coach Keen in a predicament, as the
lineup for Saturday afternoon's meet
with Ohio State is more uncertain
than before.. Experiments in the
higher weights proved totally unsuc-
cessful. In -an effort to bolster the
team. HIoward Auer, is working out
with the heevyweights.

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