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JNDAY, MARCH 3, 1935

TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan Loses
Mat Verdict To
Buckeye Team
Wolverines Take Only Two
Matches Over Good Ohio
State SouadI

Levine Gains Draw
With Broken

Rib

Abe Levine, Michigan's sopho-
more 165-pound wrestler who bat-
tled Co-Captain Cramer' of Ohio
State to an overtime draw in the
Michigan-O.S.U. wrestling meet
yesterday, proved his gameness
when he fought the entire six-
minute overtime period with a
broken rib.

'A
* DUST
l*-Bia ART CARSTENS-~

Quintet Seeks
Win Over Illini
In Final Game
Three Men Close Cage
Careers Tomorrow At
Field House

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
Church School, 11:00 a.m. Kinder-
garten, 11:00 a.m. Holy Communion
and Sermon by the Rev. Henry Lewis.

from the Atlantic City Convention public schools will speak on FERA
of the Department of Superintendence nursery schools. Discussion will fol-
will be given by various members of low.
the School of Education faculty who
were in attendance at the meeting of Monday Evening Drama Section,
the Graduate Education Club, Mon- Faculty Women's Club: Will meet
day, March 4, at 7:10 p.m., in the Monday, March 4, with Mrs. G. Y.
Library of the University Elementary Rainich, 602 Oswego at 7:45. Mrs.
School. J. D. Elder, Mrs. George Anderson,

Students having speech difficulties
Appointments of. the Disciples such as stuttering, lisping, and voice
(Church of Christ) Guild: inadequacies which prevent thefn

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Cramer broke Levine's rib with a I1JE CAN'T DO THAT!" was the 10:45 - Morning Worship Service. from enrolling in regular Sp
e Winner leg scissors in the first minute of outraged shout that went around Michigan's basketball team will at- 12:00 noon -Upper Room Bible invited to meet in Room 420
overtime after he had gained the the pres box at last night's track meet tempt to salvage what little prestige Class, taught by Rev. Pickerill. Hall, Tuesday, March 5, at
top position as a result of losing when Willis Ward-beat Jesse Owens to remains with a victory over Illinois 5:30 - Social and tea. The work will be discussed
Rubin Is Other Maize And the toss. the tape in the 60-yard dash. Dope- in the Yost Field House tomorrow 6:30 -- Discussion meeting, topic - arranged at this time.' No
sers all. the gentlemen of the press night in the final game of the season "What Is An Adequate Concept of given for this work nor is t
Blue Winner; Levine a slight advantage over the Wolver- were convinced beforehand that Ward for both teams. God?" Rev. H. L. Pickerill is the fee.
Gains Tie I me leader and received the verdict. jj st wasnt that good, but the results Captain Al Plummer, veteran uard leader.
GisTestand.CatiAlPumrverngur All members and friends of the Adphi House of Repres
Frank Bissell, Michigan 155-pound- Owens and Sam Stoller both broke and forward, and Jack Teitelbaum guild are cordially invited to keep men's forensic society, w
By ROBERT J. FRIEDMAN er, lost a hard fight to Co-Captain Oen an Sam g toibut oth brd first string substitute forward, are these appointments. Tuesday, March 5, in its roo
Ohio State's strong wrestling team Art Downes of Ohio State. Bissell ataheadmt the gun, but on the third the only so-called regulars who ---- fourth floor of Angell Hal
invaded Ann Arbor yesterday and won seemed as if he had a safe lead piled airpy Sard ge" ay gotsthemy will play their last basketball game Congregational Church: p.m. A parliamentary discu
mamnboh creo 02t 12.md natnshn oeakad falystarad leading a satlenyo ipheonynthr qadmeparbeh lad taryt sech
a smashing victory over Michigan's up over the Buckeye, but Downes ft far ad eting an unesundlyf for Michigan. Bob Hill, reserve for- 10:30 a.m. - Service of Worshipd
matmen by the scare of 20%/ to 7%/. made an astonishing comeback andtnyrs eeOessatdt ward, is the only other squad mem-adRegisTahn. rmnyhad.Almndsrgto
Th ukysto h eda h e eevdterfresdcso vrten yards. Here Owens started to ad, and Religious Teaching. Sermon by I heard. All men desiring tot
ginning of the meet and the Wolver- Bissell. The bout was extremely come up, and the two sprinted side- er who will be lost to next season s Rev. Allison Ray Heaps. "The Fall membership should prepare
nninloe mn an t pulahead closeand Tharde f but Downte' by-side for half the distance before squad through graduation. of Jericho." The lecture at 11:30 not more than six minutes
ines, while managing to pull ahead close and hard fought but Downes'.Ward edged away to win by four to six Starting the current season with a will be given by Prof. Preston Slos- on any subject. All perso
once in the meet, quickly lost their comeback earned him the decision. inches. group of talented cagers, talented in son on "Heretics Before Luther" in ested in speech work are
lead the Buckeyes never being headed Levine Draws In Overixme Stoller ran a beautiful race and fin- every department except scoring, the series "The Evolution of Reli- invited to attend this meetir
again after this. Abe Levine of Michigan put up a ished less than two feet behind the Coach Cappon's five swept six pre- gion."
Ed Kellman, Michigan 118-pound- great fight against the other captain winner, but the roaring crowd could Conference games out of seven, for j___ Varsity Glee Club: The co
er, went to the ring against Lenof the Buckeye grapplers, Walter only the two dusky fliers, the best early-season record in recent Congregational Student Fellow- nounced for Wednesday at
Fauver of Ohio State. Kellman, who Cramer in the 165-pound class. The , years. ship: Dr. Francis S. Onderdonk is ion has been cancelled.
evidently had been weakened by his advantage see-sawed from one to the They were talking about Ward's But the Conference season pre- presenting a talking motion picture meeting of the club will be
efforts in making weight, put up one other and at the end of the regular lucky lane three after he had taken sented another story. Michigan's for- entitled "The Next War," at 7:30 lar rehearsal on Thursday.
of the gamest exhibitions ever seen bout, neither man had an app 'eciable close decisions from Owens, running wards failed to come through, with p.m., in the Congregational Church
in the Field House. Twice Fauver advantage. In an exciting overtime, in lane four, in the sprint and high- even mediocre scoring ability, the auditorium. Student supper at 6:00. Phi Esion Kappa: Impor
nearly pinned the Maize and Blue the tie was not broken and the ref- hrlesour, nat the Michig
grappler but Kellman managed to . ccle i rw ac ier-hurdles, but Owens broke the jinx, if WlernsHeene wantsiht meetingatheMhi
a fall bth tesn andhed mth ee called it a draw, each s jinx it was, when, running again n enough to hold opposing Big Ten Lutheran Studen Club: "The Pow- Tuesday, March 5, 8:00
d h imes dhm hceiving 1%2 points. ' iane four against Ward in lane three, teams down to their total, and the er of My Influence" will be the sub-'.members are requested toa
ended with Fauver gaining a time Ralph Neafus made his first start he won the 65-yard lows. result was that Michigan's poor play ject of the discussion this evening.
advantage of 7:30. this season in the 175-pound division. ton the pivot line broke up scoring The discussion will start at 6:30, fol- Badminton: The double
Rubin Wins At 126 Pounds Vernon Heiser of Ohio State was his OU MAY RECALL that we predict- opportunities and lost all but two of lowing the supper which will be served ent for women students
Seymour Rubin evened things up opponent and it seemed at the begin- d wkha h nitsConferencegames. promptly at 6 o'clock. Monday, March 4. Games
in the 126-pound class when he took nir~g of the bout as if Neafus wouldi ed a week ago that MichiganitCofrnegis.pmtlat6'cck
-sknikg of swoud win by 12 points or more.That However, even in the face of con- played on Mondays and F
a time advantage over Donald Rhot- make short work of his opponent. The a been hown t ost onserv- stant defeat, the Maize and Blue nev- Hillel Foundation: Rabbi Leon 4:15, Wednesdays from 12
um. Rubin, who had come down tide turned rather abruptly and Heiser abe esimatodeaa rdsyce erytFram of Temple Beth El of Detroit or Satdrdays from121
um Ruin who ha tam dow ths'me
atv.etiaead ecnhadyhlpe ut rig Tebs eapeof~ or Saturdays, 8 to 10:30a
44-.oi h swar'med all over Neafus. It looked aq
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peech are
03 Angell
4 o'clock.
nd hours
credit is
here any
;ntatives,
'ill meet
m on the
1 at 7:30
ssion will
es will be
apply for
a speech
in length
ns inter-
cordially
ng.
ncert an-
the Un-
The next
the regu-
tant busi-
an Union,
p.m. All
attend.
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will start
s may be
Fridays at
to 6 p.m.,
a.m. The
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from 3o-poungs Lo compee in n e
lower weight, had an easy time with{
his opponent. The Wolverine was
ahead all the way to win by 6:55.
Wally Heavenrich, Michigan star,
won his eighth straight match when1
he pushed Harold Robbins all over
the ring to win by a time advantage
of 6:36. Heavenrich came close to
pinning the Buckeye a number of
timesand won with ease. This made
a perfect season for the Michigan
135-pounder.
In the outstanding upset of the
meet Capt. Jack Harrod of Michigan,
making his first start in a month
lost a very close match to -Byron
Good of Ohio State, by a referee's de-
cision. Good hurt his leg in the mid-
dle of the bout but kept fighting and
Referee Fendley Collins sent the
grapplers into an overtime. Good had

laughing at Coach Hoyt's chatracteri-
as if the Michigan man would be zation of our prediction as "pretiy
pinned but he avoided it twice and tm ie r in as 'etty
then the third time Heiser trapped owfimistic." Earlier in the week some-
with a half nelson and body lock and oewrote on the blackboard in the
'Nevafus' shoulders went to the mat i Wolverine locker- room the sugges-
N ' dsh in tion: "Gang, let's keep Ohio State
S:37. I under 30 points this year!"
With the match already clinched No one was much concerned over
for Ohio State, Willard Hildebrand the two points the Buckeyes got over
of Michigan opposed Charles Black in that limit.
the heavyweight division. Hildebrand

ine r gameness was afnorded in the Y1 V1lKVVl i+V +v p^
Ohio State game here, when Mich.. Chapel at 11:15. His sermon topic
igan came from behind in the last will be a review of Franz Wurthel's
two minutes to score eight points and book, "The Forty Days of Musa Dagh.'
send the game overtime. book, "The Forty Days of Musa
Illinois, in contrast, can conclude Dagh."I
its most successful°season in 15 years Sunday evening at 8:00 Rabbi Leon
by defeating Michigan, and gain a Fram will conduct an open forum on
share of second place, the highest "The Ordeal of the Jew in the Mod-
Illinois has reached since the 1923- ern World." The discussion will be
24 season. held at the Hillel Foundation, every-
' Captain Froschauer, rated as one one is welcome.
of the best Illini scorers in history,
who has already netted more than tUnitaIrian Church: Evening service
who as lredy ette moe tan at5:15. Rev. H. P. Marley, "Chris-
100 points, will be the most dangerous tianty's Gift to Humanism."
mant'n f tHmnm1.

first roun is LoDe p ayea oi ma c
4 to 9. The tournament draw will
be posted on the bulletin board in
Barbour Gymnasium.
Michigan Dames: The Child Study
Group will meet Monday, March 4,
at 8:00 a.m., at the home of Mrs.
Franklin Park, 749 E. University St.
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threw Black all over the ring much to
the crowd's enjoyment and came near
pinning him a number of times. Sud-
denly the Buckeye wrestler turned!
and did a little throwing on his own
account pinning Hildebrand in 6:16
with a headlock.
BIG TEN BASKETBALL
Ohio State 30, Michigan 28.
Wisconsin 48, Chicago 25.
Northwestern 40, Indiana 22.
Indiana 41, Minnesota 29.
EVENTS OF THE WEEK
Basketbal1
Monday, 7:30 p.m. -University
of Illinois at the Yost Field House.
Indcar Track
Saturday -Western Conferencet
meet at Chicago.
Wrestling
Friday and Saturday -Western
Conference meet at Chicago.
Hockey
Thursday, 8:00 p.m.--St. Thom-
as A. C. of St. Thomas, Ontario at
the Coliseum.
Swimming
Friday, 8:00 p.m. --Northwest-
ern University at the Intramural
building pool.

Many of the spectators failed to see
a young boy race in front of Harvey
Davidson, Michigan's half-mile win-
ner, on the back stretch of the second
;ap. Davidson was slowed considerably
by the youngster, although his time
of 1:56.6 was only one and five-tenths
seconds over the Field House record.
Wally Webber ably substituted for
Matt Mann and an 18-dollar public
address system to take care of the
announcing. The genial football
coach went in for dramatic effects
and disdained the use of a megaphone.
Robert Burns Named
New Head Cheer Leader
RobeS t McNeil Burns, '36, was
awarded the head cheerleadership
for the school year 1935-36 at a meet-
ing of the captains and managers of
the major sports and this year's head
cheerleader.
Burns has been a member of the
cheering staff for two and one half
years and in addition to this work has
been an assistant manager in hockey
as well. The trophy will probably be
awarded to him tomorrow at the
Michigan-Illinois basketball game
here.

man on the floor.

Michigan Frosh
Thinelads Lose
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Liberal Students' Union meeting
at 7:30 p.m. Two short papers on
Religion, particularly from the scien-
tific standpoint, will be given by Er-
nest Kirkendall, Grad., and James
Rosenthal, '37. Light refreshments
and dancing will follow the discus-
sion.

SUDDENL

1 0 DHeKS, !1-44 Freshman Pre-Foresters: The For-
estry Club has requested that a meet-
Michigan's freshman track' team ; ing be held at 2:30, Room 304, Mich-
dropped its first telegraphic meet of igan Union. A matter of importance

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the season to Ohio State according toi
results received here yesterday.
The Bucks showed power in the
sprints and middle distances, while
Dave Albritton, young negro under-
study of Jesse Owens, was outstand-
ing in the high and low hurdles and
the high jump. Steve Mason, JohnI
Townsend, Ray Fink, Bill Staehle, andj
Farrell scored first places for Mich-1
igaii.
SUMMARIES,
60-yard dash: Won by Spitz (0.);
second, Baile (0.); third, Mason (M.) I
Tine, :06.4.j
65-yard high hurdles: Won by Al-
britten (0.); second, Devine (O.
'hird, Stein (M.). Time, :08.4.a
65,-yard low hurdles: Won by Al-'
britton (O.); second, Devine (O.)
third, Bratt (M.). Time, :07.4.
440-yard dash: Won by MasonI
(M.); second. Squire (O.); third,
O'Brien (0.). Time, :54.
880-yard run: Won by O'Brien (0.);
seCond, Squire (0.); third, Sexton
(O.). Time, 2:02.
Mile run: Won by Fink (M.); sec-
ond, Staehle (M.) ; third, Sullivan'
(O.. Time, 4:34.8.
Two-mile run: Won by Staehlh'
KM.); second, Wartain (0.); third7
Rowe (O.). Time, 10:01.8.
Mile relay: Won by Ohio State{
(Souire, O'Brien, Albritton and Sulli-;
van). Time, 3:33.7.
Pce vault: Won by Pettigew (O.)'
second, Stein (M.); third Farrell
(M.). Heighth 12 feet, 2 inches.
High Jump: Won by Albritton (0.):
second, Bratt (M.); third, Devine
(0.). Heighth, 6 feet, 2 inches
Shet put: Won by Townsend (M.):
Ceeper (M.), second; Shroeder (M.),
third. Distance, 42 feet 3% inches.
5i
R.Tcad jtimp: Won by Farrell (M.):
,,econd, Albritton (0.); third, Syver-
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is to be discussed.
Druids will meet for the -regular
Sunday night supper meeting.
Outing for Graduate Students: The
Graduate Outing Club will meet at
3:00 at Lane Hall to skate or hike,
depending on the weather. If it is
too warm for skating it may be pos-
dible for the groupto cook supper out
of doors. If so there will be a charge
of about 20 cents. All graduate stu-
dents welcome. Bring your skates.
Coming Events
Physics Colloquium: Dr. Andrew M.
MacMahon, curator of physics of the
Museum of Science and Industry,
Chicago, will speak on "Plans for the
Physics Exhibits in the Museum of
Science and Industry" at 4:15 p.m.,
Tuesday, Room 1041 East Physics
Bldg. All interested are cordially in-
vited to attend.
Chemistry Colloquium will meet
Wednesday, March 6,4:15 p.m., Room
33 unemistry Building. G. A. Cook
will speajk on "The Photo-Oxidation of I
Hydrogen and Deuterium Iodides."
Junior Research Club: Regular
meeting Tuesday, March 5, 7:30 p.m.,
in 2082 N. S. Professor A. A. Christ-
man of the department of physiologi-
cal chemistry, will speak on "Carbon
Monoxide Poisoning" and Dr. John
H. Lamble of Naval Architecture
and Marine Engineering will speak on
"Friction Resistance in Ship and
Model." At the business meeting
a vote will be taken on Professor
Churchill's amendment concerning
instructions to the.membership com-
mittee regarding new members.
Forestry Club: Dean Samuel T.
Dana of the School of Forestry and
Conservation will speak on reminis-
cences of his work in forestry, at the
neeting of the club, Monday, March
1, 7:30 p.m., in Room 2054 Natural
Science Building.
Graduate Education Club: Reports

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