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FRIDAV, MARC 26, l1).

THE MICHIGAN DAII LY

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Indiana Stands
In Victory Path
Of Wolverines
Bob Osgood Will Not Run;
Owens May Be Back To
Bolster Ohio State
Having met and conquered Indi-
ana's thinclads twice this season when,
the Hoosiers were favored to win,
Michigan's track team tomorrow will
again find Coach Billy Hayes' men
standing in the way of a victory when
it defends its Butler Relays crown.
The team will leave this afternoon for
Indianapolis.
Coach Chuck Hoyt stated last night
that Bob Osgood, star hurdler, will
not be entered in the meet due to
his leg injury but that Ben Starr has
recovered sufficiently to compete. As
a result it will be a 19-man squad,
that seeks Michigan third successive
Butler title.
Ohio State Is Dark Horse
Ohio State has the dark horse role
this week because of the unknown
academic status of Jesse Owens. The
Buckeye examinations have just end-
ed and Owens' standing will be an-
nounced today. If he is eligible Ohio
may take the meet, especially with
Osgood out of both hurdle races.
The Wolverines are favored in the
one-mile and four-mile relays but in
the latter may be weakened due to
illness to Ray Fink. The stellar
sophomore miler has been suffering
with a cold this week and has not
worked out, but hopes to be in shape
to run tomorrow.
Armour Relays Detracting
A total of 21 schools have entered
the meet, and 299 individuals are
expected to compete. The holding of
the Armour Relays in Chicago this
week-end has detracted attention
from the Butler event with a number
of Big Ten teams entering this meet.
Besides Michigan, Indiana and
Ohio State, Notre Dame's powerful
Central Intercollegiate champion-
ship team stands out in the role of
favorite.., The Irish boast of great
strength in the shot put and Don
Elser is expected to set a new Relays
mark for the event.
Coach Hoyt is not overly optimistic
over his team's chances in the meet,
realizing that the squad was at its
indoor peak last week when it cap-
tured the Western Conference title.
The Wolverines have not been de-
feated yet this season, however, and
still have a good chance of adding
another win to their record.
Ten Bouts On
Armory Fight
CardTonight
The first bout of a ten-bout ama-
teur boxing show will begin at 8:15
p.m. tonight in the Armory. The
customary Wednesday night show has
been shifted this week to this evening
for the convenience of the fans who
attended the Intramural Open House.
A five-round featherweight contest
between Tommy Morris, a well-known
Detroit fighter, and Ed Scott, local
Golden Glove champion, will feature
the card. The two boys have had one
previous encounter in which Scott
emerged victorious after a hard scrap.
The win was considered by some as a
fluke, and Scott hopes to prove them
to be wrong.
Morris has an excellent record, hav-
ing won the Detroit Times Silver Belt
title and the Detroit Golden Gloves
title. After these two victories, Mor-
ris proceeded to enter the Chicago

Tournament of Champions in which
he was not eliminated until the semi-
final round.
A number of other Golden Glove
champions will be presented on the
card, Don Stevenson, open welter-
weight, Bobby DeMarco, novice fea-
therweight, Ralph Holbrook, novice
middleweight, and Red Underhill,
South Lyon novice welterweight.

Alleycats, Psi U's
Dominate All-Star
Hockey Selections
By JACK VAN DEUSEN
The customary all-star Intramural:
hockey team has been announced by!
Bert Smith, head of the Intramural
Hockey League, who in collaboration
with other hockey officials and TheI
Daily picked the team. The squad is,
composed of ten players, four of
whom helped the Alleycat team to ,
win the Hockey championship, and
three from the Psi U squad.
Jay Ball, of the Alleycats, was
picked as the captain of the team. His
rugged defensive tactics assured him
of a position as a defenseman on the
mythical sextet. Rival forwards
found it very difficult to get a shot
at the Alleycat goal with Ball on
the ice, and his frequent rushes on
opposing goals provided a great deal
of trouble for opponents.
The forward line of the team, com-
posed of Monty Welch, Alpha Delt, at
center ice; Sam White, Psi U, at right
wing; and George Cook, Alleycats, at
left wing, is the most formidable
front line that could be picked. Allf
of the boys are very fast skaters and
good stickhandlers. Each one caused
his rivals many uneasy moments dur-
ing the active season, and each one
accounted for quite a few goals.
The choice of a goalie was a hard
proposition, but Bill Woods, Psi U,
was given the call. His net minding
was very good throughout the sea-
son. Pete Fones, of the '38's, was
picked to team with Ball at defense.
His play was very similar to Ball's
throughout the year.
Four reserves were picked as alter-
nates with the first six players. Wal-
ter Stone, Alleycats, was picked as
alternate goalie; Bill Onderdonk, Psi
U, as alternate defenseman; and Ted
Ling, Alleycats, and Bud Robinson,
as alternate wings.

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Tomorrow?

Red Winos Win
5-3, To Cincli
American Title'
Chicago Blackhawks Fall
To Brilliant Passing Of
Detroit Sextet

40 Gymnasts Drilling
For All-Campusf Meet
Between thirty and forty men
ai'e working out daily in prepara-
tion for the All-Campus gymnas-
tic meet to be held Saturday, April
4 at Waterman Gymnasium.
The meet has been divided into
two divisions, advanced and ele-
mentary. The advanced group will
compete for individual awards in

Records Are Due To Fall In
Fourth Annual Butler Relays

By RAYMOND A. GOODMAN
Records are sure Lo mean little in
the fourth annual Butler Relays Sat-
urday night and Michigan's track
team will be favored to contribute
more than its share of the xiew marks
in its attempt to win its third consecu-
tive team title.
Fifteen events are included in this
year's Relays with the running broad-

tham and Bud Blickle, are favorites
to retain their two-mile relay crown
with Indiana and the Varsity offering
the bulk of the competition.
Most of Ohio State's points, how-
ever, will depend on the status of
Owens. Should he regain his elig-
ibility he will be a distinct fa-
vorite to take the broad-jump and low

--Associated Press Photo.-
Final examinations being cor-
rected today at Ohio State will de-
termine whether or not Jesse Ow-
ens, the Buckeyes' "Ebony Ante-
lope" who set three world records
and tied another in the Big Ten
track meet here last May, will re-
gain his eligibility and be on hand
at Butler tomorrow.
A U. S. VICTORY?
A U. S. victory in the Olympic 1,-
500-meter race, non-e:>istant since,
1912, seems a good bet this year with
Cunningham, Venzke, Mangan and:
kBonthron as team possibilities.

By FRED BUESSER the following events; horse,rhigh
By FED UESSR 1horizontal bar, parallel bars, rings,
DETROIT, March 19. -- Special) tumbling, and an all-around
-The Detroit Red Wings clinched championship. About 15 men are
first place in the American Division of entered in this division.
the National Hockey League at Olym- The 20 or 25 contestants in the
pia tonight when they outskated and elementary division consist main-
outscored their chief rivals, the Chi- ly of freshmen. Each entry will
cago Blackhawks, 5-3, before a crowd be required to do one exercise in
of almost 14,000. each of the above named events
ofayin alm th4,000and a medal will be awarded the
Playing with the sureness and spir- man with the highest total score.
ited fire of true champions, the Wings
dominated the play throughout the
game as they swept down the ice with Fisher's Squad
I brilliantly executed passing plays.
The Hawks, needing the game to Hitj e s
stay in the running for the League By Injuries
lead, resorted to defensive hockey
throughout the first period in the In Early Drills
hope of cashing in on a Detroit lapse,j
but when the Wings' attack finally
clicked near the end of the opening The injury ana illness jinx that
stanza, Chicago was forced to open pursued Michigan's football team
up, only to have its own defense through the entire 1936 season has
collapse in the face of repeated put in its appearance again, this time
Red Wing sallies. catching up with Coach Ray Fisher's
Mike Karakas, young Hawk goalie, baseball squad despite the fact that
had a very busy night in the Black- the Wolverines' first game is still
hawk nets, but it was Detroit's Normie nearly a month away.
Smith who sustained the only in- The first casualty was in the form
jury of the evening when a terrific of sickness and removed the veteran
shot from the stick of Mush March hit Kim Williams from the club. John
him in the groin. Smith was knocked Gee was late in reporting due to ill-
cold and it was fully ten minutes ness also, but is still expected to be
before the game could be resumed. Fisher's No. 2 man on the mound,
Mud Bruneteau opened the scoring with Larson being the ace of the staff.
late in the initial period when he Matt Patanelli, candidate for the
rode in to drive Johnny Sorrell's re- first base position, has recently been
bound past the helpless Karakas. slowed up by a badly bruised heel
The Wings' second score came on and George Rudness, center fielder,
a beautiful play by Herbie Lewis who is suffering from the fracture of a
rounded the left side of the Hawk small bone in his ankle which he sus-
defense and floated a pass out in tained in the Purdue basketball game,
front of the goal mouth. Larry However, the entire squad is now
Aurie's stick cracked the ice with a working out under Coach Fisher and
staccato bark and the twine behind should round into shape by the time
the Chicago net minder bulged per- it goes outside, probably at the end
ceptibly. of next week. Until then Fisher will
A minute later Sorrell scored on a continue work in the cage, devoting
pass from Barry and Lewis, and then most of his time to the developing
Wiebe raced the length of the ice to of. hitting strength.
score for the Hawks. Lewis got a Assistant Coach Bennie Oosterbaan
goal himself on a play from Aurie has constructed a sliding pit in the
and Barry and the Wings got their south end of the Field House and is
fifth goal of the evening on the com- giving each man instruction in slid-
bined efforts of Doug Young and ing every day. In ordering his men
Marty Barry. Brydson got another to the pit, Fisher is looking forward
goal for the Hawks with less than to the times during the season when
three minutes to go when he rammed a stolen base may mean an addition-
in a pass from Johnny Gottsleig. al victory.

return of Jesse Owens, Ohio State's
"Ebony Antelope," his 60-yard mark i
may be tied. i
Strong in Distances5
The meet pole-vault mark of 13 t
feet 6%78 inches seems safe with Wis-
consin's triumvirate, Haller, Sharff,i
and Murdaugh, competing in the Ar-
mour Relays in Chicago. Sandbach's
60-yard high hurdle time of 7.4 sec-
onds, which is the world's record, also
seems out of the reach of this year's
crop of hurdlers.
In the four-mile, mile, and medley
events Michigan's strong middle dis-
tance and distance runners will be
favored to crack the records which
they set last year. The mile relay
team, made up of Steve Mason, Har-
ley Patton, Capt. Frank Aikens and!
Stan Birleson, won the Conference
title last week in 3:21, over five sec-
onds faster than the time that they
turned in to win the event last year.
Favored in Two-p1ile
In the four-mile relay the main
competition should come from In-
diana's distance aces who have fared
badly in their two previous meetings
with the Wolverines. The Hoosiers
will probably have Deckard, Smith,
and Lash running with the fourth
man undecided, and should give Bill
Staehle, Ray Fink, Walt Stone, and
Clayt Brelsford plenty competition
with the record of 18:02.6 sure to fall.'
Ohio State, paced by Charles Bee-
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A new record in that, however, seems
mprobable, for Owens will be running
n his first meet of the year and
would have to be at his peak to break
the tape in less than 6.1.
Don Elser has surpassed 48 feet 9%
nches already this season, pushing
the shot 48 feet 11% last week in
winning the C.I.C. meet. In the high
jump Dave Albritton of Ohio State
seems capable of leaping more than
six feet five and seven eighths, the
mark set by Willis Ward in the 1934
meet.

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jump added to the 1935 schedule. hurdles. Only a reproduction by Sam
Two of these boast world record marks Stoller of his surprising showing in
and there is little chance that they the sprint last week when he tied
will be broken though there is an the world's mark in the 60 should up-
excellent possibility that with the set th ckeve flah in that event

Frosh Matmen Show Varsity
They Will Fight For Positions

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By RICHARD SIDDER
Although the freshmen took a 15-13
beating at the hands of the Varsity
in their "grudge" wrestling match
held in conjunction with the I-M
Open House Wednesday night, they
brought forward enough talented in-
dividual performers to make Mich-
igan's prospects for a successful team
next year very briglt.
Harlan Danner and Frank Morgan,
who pinned their Varsity opponents
In easy fashion, look like the men to
fill the 155 and 165-pound berths
which were so weak this past season.
If Earl Thomas should grow out of
the 135-pound class, Sid Brubaker,
winner over the Varsity's Huck Tay-
lor, would be able to fill his shoes
without weakening the team to any
noticeable extent.
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should be a big point winner next
year also.
If Earl Thomas can make the
weight, he will have no difficulty in
retaining his place on the team as
Michigan's representative in the 135-
pound class. At present Earl is in
Lexington, Va., competing in the Na-
tional Collegiate meet. He is without
doubt one of the best men of his
weight in the country and stands a
good chance of representing the
United States in the coming Olympic
games.
The graduation of Capt. Wally
Heavenrich will leave a hole in the
145- pound class, but Nichols of the
freshman team has come here with
a good reputation and is considered
the best man on Coach Kelly's squad.
His trouble will come in making the
weight.

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jUIa mows rroisIe Bissell Will Be Back
In the heavyweight division, Forrest Danner and Morgan will bring
Jordan only lost to Tiny Wright of Michigan many points that were lost
the Keenmnen by a 1:35 advantage, this year in the next two divisions.
despite the fact that he spent last In addition, it is expected that Frank
week in the Health Service and did Bissell will return to school and take
not have a work-out prior to the his place on the squad. Bissell was
match. Jordan is a big, strong boy the 155-pounder before he left school
with an excellent sense of balance, last semester. In the event he does
whose main difficulty now lies in lack return, he will probably move up to
of experience. When this experience thel165-pound class and Morgan will
is forthcoming, he will make a val- 'go to the 175-division.
uable addition to the Wolverine squad., In the heavyweight class, Wright
One of the greatest weaknesses of and Jordan give the Wolverines two
the Maize and Blue matmen this past good men. It will be a battle royal be-
season was the lack of capable re- tween the two for the team berth
serve material. Next year the added with a slight edge going to Wright be-
strength afforded by the other mem- cause of his greater experience.
bers of the yearling squad will remedy If Michigan can keep this team
this defect as well as give the first- intact throughout the year, it will be
stringers capable practice mates. a definite menace to the present Con-
The fact that there will be plenty ference titleholders, Indiana. How-
of men seeking berths on the squad ever. it is a long time between now
will keep those who hold the top and next season and a great deal may
positions from shirking, for if they happen to change the personnel of
lose any ground they will be likely to the team. Intact- it's a good squad,
find somebody else wrestling in their otherwise - ?
places.

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downed the D.D.'s 23-29 to take the season in the 118-pound class this
All-Campus championship for accur- year and seems to be capable of hold-
acy from the charity stripe. The ing his position on the squad in the
Chi Psi team was the fraternity 1936-37 season. In the 126-poundj
champion which had oeen selected division, Paul Cameron reached the
finals i the Conference meet and
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Bruce Campbell emerged victorious
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