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SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1935

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Powerful Ohio State, Michigan

Track,

Teams Meet

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Buckeyes Hold
Victories Over
Ilni,Indiana
Proposed Merging Of Twoj
Squads For West Coast
Meet Adds Interest
One of the strongest and best-bal-
a need in a series of powerful Mich-a
igan track teams will meet an Ohio
State team which includes some of
the most brilliant stars in the Western
Conference, in a dual meet tonightj
in Yost Field House.
The meet takes on added interest
with the announcement this week of
pending arrangements to merge the
two squads in June for a dual track1
meet with a combined squad from
Southern California and Stanford, to
be held at Los Angeles.
Both Have Clean Slates
Both teams have established fine
records in.indoor competition for the
season, the Buckeyes defeating In-
diana, 61x/% to 42%/2, and Illinois, 68
to 38, while the Wolverines have de-
feated Minnesota, 57 to 28, and won a
triangular meet with 741/2 points while
Michigan State was collecting 24%
and Michigan Normal 22 1/3. Mich-
igan will be out to duplicate its
score of last year in winning the
annual meet, 59 2/3 to 35 1/3.
The Buckeyes will present an ar-
ray of stars, however, whom observers
have predicted will gather sufficient
points to make the meet close.
Jesse Owens, fleet Ohio State soph-
omore, will be a favorite to win in the
dash from Sam Stoller, Willis Ward,
and Davey Barnes, of Michigan, and
will be a slight favorite in the 65-yard
low hurdles.
Hunn Will Press Wonsowitz
The Buckeyes will also be favored
in the pole vault, with John Won-
sowitz, who has been credited with a
vault of over 13 feet, 6 inches, but
Dave Hunn, the Wolverine junior, will
force the Buckeye star. Hunn has
vaulted 13 feet, 3 inches this winter,
3 inches better than Wonsowitz's best
mark of the current season.
With Willis Ward out of the high
jump, Melvin Walker of Ohio State
will be favored in that event. Walker
registered 6 feet, 4 inches against Il-
linois. The Buckeyes will also be fa-
vored for a win in the shot put, pre-
senting Neal and Schwartz, both of
whom have done over 43 feet.
Michigan will be strong in every flat
race above the dash, and superior
strength there combined with points
in the other track and field events
make the Wolverines favorites.
In the 440-yard dash Stan Birleson,
the Wolverine sophomore, will be sup-
ported by Harvey Patton, and will
meet Captain Cliff Smith, who has
been sffering slightly from a
wrenched tendon during the week,
and Ed Gazdik.
Ward Out For Record
The Wolverines will also be favored
in the half-mile, with Captain Harvey
Smith, Howard Davidson and Clayton
Brelsford out to score a slam over
Captain Cliff Smith, Don Reilly and
Moore, in the mile, with Brelsford
and Smith, and in the two-mile, with
Neree Alix, Walter Stone and Rod
Howell, competing in his first meet
this season.
The meet will be the final indoor
appearance at home of Captain Har-
vey Smith and Willis Ward, two of
the most brilliant stars in recent his-
tory, and both have announced in-
tentions to seek Field House records in
their favorite events.
Ward will attempt to crack his own
65-yard high hurdles mark of 8.2 sec-
onds, while Smith will be after the
half-mile record, now held by Abe
Rosenkrantz, of Michigan Normal at
1:55.1.
SHIRES TO MANAGE

Joseph Cambria, Baltimore business{
man who controls the Harrisburg
entry in the New York-Pennsylvania
baseball circuit, plans to hire none
other than Arthur (The Great) Shires
to manage the club this coming sea-
son, it was recently stated.

* * Swimmers Will EVENTS NOT TOC
The Michigan-Mic
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Admission to the tra
be by athletic coupon
LIFTED FROM Arch Ward's "Talking It Over" column in yesterday's Wolverines Are Favored
Chicago Tribune: "College football coaches say the best prospect in Are Favoied
the middle west is William Vergane of Michigan City, Ind., high school, a For Eighth Straight Win ,Ohi ores
tackle who kicks 70 yards as accurately as Harry Kipke or Frank Carideo did In Dual Competition
... The sharps say he will wind up at Michigan, to which some old meanie ________O
will add: "Not until after a bitter fight." We add, regretfully, that "there is The Varsity swimming team. rep-
many a slip twixt the cup and the lip resenting the most powerful tank Varsity '
mary squad in the country, invades Colum- Va st
Yesterday's papers also carried the story that Chuck Bernard, Michigan's t ng einednries ,
All-America center in 1933 and last year with the Detroit Lions of the Na- b Michigan's wrestling
tional Professional Football League, has resigned his position with the pro spctless record clean and annex its into the ring at 3 p.m.
team, ostensibly because he didn't want to become a stationary guard. eighth consecutive victory of the sea- Ohio State's matmen
There is probably much more behind the story than that indicates. son by defeating the Buckeyes of Ohio House nearer to full
Chuck spent most of the last half of the 1934 season on the bench, his place State. has been the case sine

CONFLICT
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taken by Clare Randolph, 197-pound unknown from Indiana University.1
He seemed to have mysterious injuries from which he recovered whenever4
he was needed in a game.. .
It seems preposterous that he would quibble over being a stationaryI
guard, instead of center. in fact, his play last year was the epitome of
stationary-ness. That's probably why Randolph got the starting job.
Another likely factor in Bernard's decision to stay at Ford's is the con-;
tract he was offered with the Lions this year in comparison to that of a year!
ago. Last year he was a hero, the center of the great line that gave Michigan
a National Championship, himself a unanimous choice for All-American.'
His was the biggest ovation given any Lion when they were individually
presented to the fans for the first game.
Now his.fame has faded a bit, although his resignation was big enough
to make the front pages To the professional game's fans he is just another
former All-American who didn't make good in the ham and eggs circuit.
ANOTHER PROOF that fame is indeed fleeting: Dick Joslin who was
regarded as the fair-haired boy (no pun intended) of the basketball'
team in the early winter, and who is the only man to have played in every
game thus far this season, wasn't considered even good enough to make the
trip to Columbus with the team this week-end. And, believe me, that amounts
almost to an insult!
Some philanthropically inclined soda fountain could do big things for
Michigan's track team by offering Willis Ward a milk shake for every new
record he sets. In a special 70-yard high hurdles trial recently upon which
a "shake" depended, Ward was .clocked in :08.7, two-tenths of a second
over the existing world's record. I'll bet you a milk shake you can't break the
Field House record in the 65-yard high hurdles tonight, Willis!

Michigan's crack mermen are not
expected to have a great deal of
trouble subduing the Ohioans, but
Coach Mike Peppe will offer star per-
formers in the free-style sprints,
backstroke, distances, and diving, who
should garner a goodly number of
points.
Next to Iowa, whom the Wolverines
defeated 55-29 last Saturday night,
the Buckeyes will present the biggest
obstacle in the path of Michigan's
drive for another Big Ten title, which
has become a perennial possession of
Coach Matt Mann's proteges in the
last few years.
Ohio Cenceded Two Events
In Conference meets to date this
season, Ohio State has defeated Pur-
due, while the Wolverines won easily
from Indiana in addition to their win
over the Hawkeyes.
Co-Captain Bob Renner and Ogden
Dalrymple, along with their unger-
studies, Bob Mowerson, Dick Blake,
and Ed Drew, will probably finish
behind Baker Bryant, Buckeye soph-
omore, in the 50- and 100-yard free-
style events, but Tex Robertson and
Frank Barnard should retaliate in the
220- and 440 with victories over Dex-
ter Woodford, nationally-known dis-
tance ace, who is swimming in his
first year of college competition.

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Purdue -Badger (
May Determin

G~amre Monday

Tonight's Gamesj
Wisconsin at Chicago.
Indiana at Northwestern
Minnesota at Illinois
Michigan at Ohio State.
With the Purdue-Wisconsin game.
Monday looming as the deciding con-
test in the Big Ten basketball race,
Saturday's games have been forced to

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WOMEN'S
SPORTS

~ -Comparative times point to a slam
" 1 for the Wolverines in the 200-yard
e Cham i onshi breaststroke where sophomores Jack
_Kasley and Bill Crittenden meet Cap-
tain George Colville, who. finished
take a back seat in favor of the second in the Conference meet last
championship battle. spring, and who is captain of the
It is possible that the lowly Chica- Buckeyes this year. c
go five will upset the proverbial dope Backstroke Anybody's Race
bucket and beat Wisconsin. Such an Bntroke And Rae
upset would throw the Big Ten race On the other hand, Co-Captain
into a four-way tie between the Taylor Drysdale and Fred Cody op-
Badgers, Illinois, Indiana, and Purdue. pose Charlie Salie in the 150-yard
The main importance of the game is backstroke event, which is anybody's
that it is the last chance that Bill race. Salie finished one tenth of a se-
Haarlow will have to break the Big and behind Drysdale in the National
Ten scoring record. The Chicago A.A.U. indoor championships last
ace has made 146 points in 11 games. spring in the race in which Al Vande-
To break Reiff's record of 167 points weghe established a new worlds rec-
he will have to put 22 points in the'od
basket. Ned Diefendorf and Frank Fehsen-
Last week Indiana defeated an feld of Coach Mann's potentially pow-
improved Northwestern quintet and erful diving squad which has been a
by virtue of this victory is highly disappointment in the last two meets
favored to repeat tonight. Despite will compete against Boyd Graham
the oor howig o theWildat'and Fred Kallman in the high board
the poor showing of the Wildcats event. Ben Grady also made the trip'
this season, most of their opponents and may dive. Der Johnston, the
have admitted that they were much fourth former junior National A.A.U.
tougher than the final scores indi- champion on Coach Mann's squad re-
cated. nmined in Ann Arbor.
Because of their chance to share n
in the title Illinois is taking no
chances with the Minnesota game. BASEBALL MANAGERSHIP
Coach Ruby has kept the Illini going All sophomores inteersted in try-
full speed in order that they may beat ing out for the position of base-
the 1934 record in which they won ball manager should report to the
eight and lost four games. This is Field House Monday afternoon,
the best record they have had in March 4.
the last eleven years.

last year, has reported to Coach Keen;
and has been working out since the
beginning of the week in order to be
in shape for the meet today.
If Neafus wrestles, he will displace
Bill Lowell at the 175-pound position.
Captain Jack Harrod also is expected,
to return to action while Willard!
Hildebrand will wrestle heavyweight.
The 118-pound post will be filled by
Ed Kellman who has come down from
126-pounds in order to wrestle at that
weight.
The Buckeyes under Coach Bernard
(Spike) Mooney are bringing a strong
team to Ann Arbor. Both the Wolver-
ines and Ohio State have a chance to
take second place in the Conference
through a victory in today's meet.
The return of Neafus bolsters Mich-
igan's hopes immeasurably. The 175-
pound spot has been vulnerable all
season and Neafut is expected to pro-
vide stronger competition. In the 126-
pound division Seymour Rubin will
start. Rubin, one of the three letter-
men on the team, started the season
as a 135-pounder, but when Capt.
Harrow was injured, grappled at 145-
pounds and has now reached his low-
est weight of the season. If he cannot
make the weight, Gard Slocum will
start against the Buckeyes.
Wally Heavenrich will attempt to
complete a perfect season in the 135-
pound class. He has won seven
straight matches so far and is trying
for the eighth today. Capt. Harrod
or Louis Mascuruskus will wrestle at
145 pounds, and Frank Bissell at 155-
pounds. Abe Levine is the Maize and
Biue entry in the 165-pound class.
Hockey Summaries
Michigan Lineup Mich. Tech
W. Chase ...... G.............Maki
David .........RD.......... Olson
MacCollum .....LD ......... Mullen
Heyliger .......C ......... Latimer
Courtis ........ RW .........Croze
Sherf .......... LW .....C. Ferries
Michigan spares: Berryman, E.
Chase, Merrill.
Tech spares: Werther, Nikervis, Mc-
Lean, Pelto, B. Ferries.
Referee: McGuire, Windsor.
First Period: Scoring -1. Mich-
igan, Heyliger (Courtis) 4:05. 2.
Michigan, Heyliger, 7:31.
Penalties - Heyliger (tripping).
Second Period: Scoring - 3. Mich-
igan, Sherf, 17:46.
Penalties - Olson (tripping).
Third Period: Scoring - None.
Penalties-David (Tripping), Croze
(tripping).
MEET BIG TEN FOES MOST
Of the 19 baseball games to be
played by Notre Dame this year 15
will be against Big Ten teams.

The Intramural swimming meet is
to be held March 26 at the Union
pool. The events are to be the same
as last year and will include breast-
stroke, free style, side stroke, relay,
and diving.
' Each sorority has been assigned
certain practice hours. Each house
should use its own time so that every
entrant will have sufficient time to
practice and to be timed. Miss Irene
Field and Betty Howard, '36Ed., will
be at the pool Tuesday and Thursday
evenings to clock swimmers. Inde-
pendents desirous of entering the
meet should see Miss Marie Hart-
wig or Betty Howard, '36Ed. An
independent team will be organized.
Strong competition is expected
from Betsy Barbour, Collegiate Sor-
osis, Chi Omega and Jordan. All
houses should get their teams out. If
practice times are unsatisfactory call
Betty Howard.
FOOTBALL IN JAPAN?
A group of Pacific coast star foot-
ball players will tour the Orient this
winter. The trip is being sponsored by
a Japanese newspaper syndicate
which is trying to introduce football
n Japan.

Ohio State Fans Confident
Of Easy Victory ver
MichiganFive Tonight
Ohio State fans are looking forward
to a pleasant evening tonight when
their strong Buckeye quintet will close
an already-successful season against
Michigan's downtrodden "basketeers"
in the Buckeye Field House.
The Columbus clan regards Mich-
igan's cage team in the same light as-
the 1934 football team -easy pick-
ings - and there's nothing an Ohio
State crowd likes more than a victory
over the Wolverines.
With a share of second place in the
Conference standings as a reward for
victory, Coach Harold Olsen's five
will have an added incentive to close
the season with a win.
A 40-39 decision over Purdue heads
Ohio's record of seven wins and four
losses. Whitlinger, the Buckeyes star
forward caged 22 points in the game.
The scarlet quintet also holds two
wins over Chicago, two from North-
western and one each over Iowa and
Michigan, while it has dropped single
contests to Iowa and Purdue and two
to Illinois.
Curbing Whitlinger, fourth leading
scorer in the Conference with 127
points, will be Michigan's biggest
problem. Coach Cappon has designat-
ed Matt Patanelli, his best guarding
guard, to track the Scarlet flash, and
upon the swarthy guard's success rests
Michigan's slim hope of victory.
Earl Thomas, center, Red Wilson,
forward and Tippy Dye, guard, are
all dangerous men with a basketball
in their hands, each one\ being high
among the scoring leaders in the Big
Ten. Capt. Beitner completes the
regular lineup.
Wolverine supporters who saw the
Ohio State game here will remember
Dye as the speedy mite who broke
away from Rudness for baskets twice
in the overtime period to give his team
a 33-30 triumph.
Cappon's starting five will have Gee
at center, Tamagno and Evans, for-
wards, Rudness and Patanelli, guards,
with Teitelbaum, Meyers, Solomon
Oliver and Capt. Plummer getting in
as substitutes.
FORMER WOLVERINE TO COACH
..After six bad years on the gridiron
the University of Idaho has selected
Ted Bank as their next coach. Bank
was an assistant coach at Tulane and
a former Michigan star.
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