THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Lead Field In State Intercollegiate
Sets Record In
Tolmich Qualifies In Four1
Events To Lead Wayne;
Spartans Place 14
Michigan State and Wayne Univer-
sity led the field in the 21st annual
State Intercollegiate Track and Field.
Meet, finals of which will be held
today on Ferry Field, as the result
of qualifying trials yesterday.
The Spartans, headed by a strong
weights entry, led the qualifiers with
14 places while Wayne, led by the
versatile Al Tolmich, has 11 qualifying
While Michigan State and Wayne
were making bids for team recogni-
tion, Bill Hawthorne of Michigan Nor-
mal carried off individual honors with
a record-breaking effort in the broad
jump. A pole vaulter by preference,
Hawthorne bettered the favoredFran-
cis Dittrich of State with a leap of
23 feet 7% inches to break the former
state intercollegiate record of 23 feet
51/4 inches made in 1931.by Zull of
Tolmich Wins Easily
The Spartans placed their weight
team of Orr, Jenkins and Ten Eyck
in the discus trials, and all but Orr
doubled in the shot put. Dittrich
and Colina qualified for the javelin.
Carl Mueller led all qualifiers in the
hundred as he finished in :09.9 and
repeated for a place in the 220. Other
Spartan qualifiers were Clare Mc-
Durmon in the low hurdles and Cal-
uroy in the quarter.
Tolmich, taking things easily, won
his heat in the hundred in :10, ran
the high hurdles in :15.1, and quali-
fied without trouble in the 220-yard
dash and the low hurdles. His team-
mate, Connie Eizak, led qualifiers in
the shot put and discus. Other Wayne
finalists include Ross Wellwood, broad
jumper, Bruce Lawson in the 220, and
Don McElroy in both hurdles.
Michigan Normal, besides Haw-
thorne, qualified for eight places, and
Western State placed seven in the
Olympics Candidates Run
Four of Michigan's outstanding
Olympics candidates will be featured
in special Olympic events today, in
the 440-yard hurdles and in the 5,000
meter run. In the hurdles Eugene
Beatty, former Michigan Normal star
and John Lewis, former Detroit City
College star, will be featured.
Finals today begin at 1:30 p.m. Ad-
mission to the finals will be 65 cents,
25 cents of which will go directly to
the Olympic fund, the meeting being
a designated Olympic preliminary
Michigan State Overwhelms
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Third Doul des
The HOT Team Scores
Plays Capt ain.Curti.
IiI ni Today In
Last Home Tilt
Feats Of Micigan Immortals
Recalled As Olympics Near
S T OV E
By BILL REED
1TITH RESULTS of the Michigan-
Indiana track meet coming in as
we write, today's column may not be
expected to be just the essence of
optimism. However, with our un-
bounded provincialism, mixed with a
pretty deep-seated faith in Hoyt-
coached track teams, we still refuse
to concede that the Conference meet
next week is going to be any less
than a four-way battle with Mich-
igan still very much in the running.
Object of conjecture this week
will .e Don Lash, who holds the
key to Indiana and Michigan for-
tunes. For with Lash at his best
the Hoosiers will have to be fa-
vored even over the fast-starting
Ohio State team, and will at the
same time cut Michigan out of
just that many possible points.
Lash, unquestionably one of the
country's ranking stars in the dis-
tances, has given rise already to many
hypotheses. First that he is a "front
runner, that pressed at all he will
collapse. In the indoor dual meet
with Michigan, Lash was badly har-
rassed and failed to show, but that
may possibly be attributed to lack
of condition at that time.
Secondly, it has been said that
with an exceptional race a week
before the Conference, Lash can-
not come through in that event.
After two of the greatest indoor
races of the year against Purdue
the week before the indoor Con-
ference meet, Lash faded to get
just one point. But in that meet
Lash was unquestionably ill, suf-
fering from a throat infection.
What it adds up to is that this
writer is really pretty discouraged
after seeing the results of the mile
and two-mile in yesterday's meet, but
that it will take pretty strong chains
to keep us away from Columbus next
SPEAKING of conjecturing on
runners, the case of Ray Ellin-
wood, of Chicago, comes to mind.
After Ellinwood had run his stir-
ring world-record quarter in the
indoor Conference meet last win-
ter, the word began to go around
that it was as fast as he could
run, that curves didn't bother him
andsthat their elimination out-
doors would mean nothing to him.
But his mark of :47.5 last week
rather silenced that talk. Track is
a very interestingsport.
It is safe to bet that DeGay Ernst,
starter at the State Intercollegiate
track meet, will have trouble in find-
ing poker opposition if he should be
so inclined to seek a game among
the coaches and officials present at
the. drawing of lanes for today's meet.
Pulling the numbered pills out of a
bottle, Ernst drew in consecutive
order from six through one, a dis-
tinguished accomplishment in any
Today's meet will have an add-
ed feature net on the books, a
race for weightmen suggested by
Ralph Young, director of athletics
at State. The race will be a 100-
yard sprint between the goal lines
on the sod of the gridiron, and
competition will be restricted to
entries in the shot and discus,
thereby ecluding such ringersas
Mr. Young himself. The event will
be staged while the 5,000 meters
feature event is being run.
Iowa 8, Wisconsin 6.
Minnesota 6, Northwestern 0.
Kahn Drops C
ger; IlInss, J
flood 0 iii
Team Given Edge
By CARL GERSTACKER
Michigan State's strong tennis
team completely routed a favored
Michigan net squad yesterday at Fer-
ry Field to win by an 8-1 score and
make a clean sweep of the season's
matches between the two teams.
Willard Klunzinger, the Spartan's
number one man, took the measure
of Capt. Howie Kahn, 1-6, 6-2, 6-2.
in the best match of the day. Kahn
won the first set easily and seemed
to be in his best form of the year
I as he repeatedly pulled Klunzinger
up to net with perfect drop shots
and then drove beautiful passing
shots for the point.
Klunzinger, however, switched his
tactics from a soft defensive gameI
after losing the first set and adopted
a forcing offensive game that was
good enough to take the next two
sets, 6-2, 6-2. After the match,
Coach Charles Ball, the Michigan
State mentor, rushed up to Klunz-
inger and congratulated him on
playing the best tennis of his career.
Jarvis Dean, moved up to the num-
ber two position to take the place of
Miller Sherwood who was unable to
play because of a sudden illness,
found the going too tough in his4
battle with Captain Rosa of thej
Spartans, and lost a game fight, 6-3,
6-1. Rosa defeated Kahn in the
l other match between the two teams
After Klunzinger and Captain
Rosa, the Michigan State netters had
nothing to offer but persistence, but
persistence alone was enough to win
against the listless brand of tennis
displayed by the last four men on
the Wolverine team.
The Spartan players, all pat ball
artists, succeeded in working the
Varsity net men into endurance con-
tests in which the greater steadi-
ness of the Michigan State men
turned the tide in their favor.
Klunzinger (M) df. Kahn (M),
1-6, 6-2, 6-2.
Rosa (MS) df Dean (M), 6-3, 6-1.j
Scholtz, (MS) df. Flick (M)), 6-4,'
Stonebraker, (MS) df. Rodriguez,
(M), 9-7, 6-3.
Hyatt, (MS) df. Thorward (M),
Eissler (MS) df. Levenson (M),
6-4, 0-6, 6-2.
Klunzinger and Scloltz (MS) df.
Kahn and Levenson (M), 8-6, 6-3.
Rosa and Stonebraker (MS) df.
Dean and Flick (M), 0-6, 7-5, 6-0.
Thorward and Rodriguez (M) df.
Hyatt and Eissler (MS), 7-9, 9-7, 6-3.
Carl Fischer, Michigan Inter-
colegiate singles champion, will
lead a favored Western State tennis
team in their return match with
Michigan's netters, Monday, at the
Ferry Field tennis courts. Fischer
defeated Captain Kahn in an early
season meeting of the two teams.
Michigan's National Collegiate
championship golf team appears at
home for the last time this season
today, meeting a strong Illinois quar-
tet over the University Course.
Doubles will be played in two best-
ball foursomes beginning at 8:45 a.m.
and four singles twosomes will go
out at 1:30 p.m.
While Michigan defeated North-
tvestern. conqueror of the Illini, the
Wolverines can not be rated as fa-
vorites because the Northwestern-
Illinois match was a twelve-man af-
fair in which the men from Cham-
paign scored more points than their
Wildcat opponents in the first four
positions, but lost out by dropping
five of the six points in the fifth and
With only four Illinois men here,
Coach Ray Courtright is making no
prediction for a victory for the Var-
By GEORGE J. ANDROS
Although their most serious worry
at the present moment is next week's
Conference meet, some of Coach
Charlie Hoyt's Varsity trackmen are
already being mentioned as good
prospects for the American Olympic
team - and back of them is a glor-
ious heritage of fine performances-
made by Michigan men in the inter-
national Games since the turn of the
Heading the list of the Wolver-
ines who have represented the Unit-
ed States against the world are
three record-breaking double winners
in the 100 and 200-meter sprints:
Eddie Tolan in 1932 at Los Angeles,
Ralph Craig in 1912 at Stockholm,
and Archie Hahn in 1904 at St. Louis.
The immortal Hahn was even more
outstanding in his day than his two
successors in that he turned in a
third victory in 1904 in the since dis-
continued 60-meter run, and then
came back in the 1906 games at
Athens to repeat in the 100.
Rose Was Star In Shot
Ralph Rose, Wolverine behemoth
from California, was the greatest in
history until Louisiana State's Jack
Torrance came along to shadow his
performances in the one-hand and
two-hand shot put. Rose won the
shot for America and Michigan in
the 1904 Games and in 1908 at Lon-
Mile Run: Won by Lash (Ind.);
second, Deckard (Ind.); third, Smith
(Ind.). Time, 4:13.5.
High Jump: Won by Caldemeyer
(Ind.); tied for second, Robinson
(Mich.' and Baldwin (Ind.). Height
5 feet 10 inches.
Shot Put: Won by Townsend
(Mich.); second, Schneiderman
(Ind.); third, Etchells (Mich.). Dis-
Michigan man, failed to place in the
Accompanying Craig to Stockholm
in 1912 was Carroll Huff, captain of
the Varsity in 1913, who reached the
final heat in the 400-meter run.
In 1920 at Antwerp ,the late Carl
Johnson, also a Varsity captain, gave
America a second in the broad jump.
"Duke" Dunne in the javelin and
Joe Baker in the pentathlon were al-
so on the team.
Michigan returned to the top of
the victors' stand in 1924 at Paris
when the great DeHart Hubbard took
first place in the broad jump with a
record-breaking effort, despite a
stone bruise on his heel that later
served to kep him out of the hop,
step and jump entirely after he had
been rated the likely winner.
Turner Places In 1932
On the 1932 team along with the
be-spectacled Tolan was Ned Turn-
er, .stellar middle-distance perform-
er, who came through with a fifth
in the 800-meter run.
Although there is no real stand-
out on the present Varsity team, and
it is to be remembered that any
prognostication must be tempered by
the realization that today's stars
may fade in the next few weeks and
present unknowns may round into
form that will earn them a trip to
Berlin, four Michigan men are cap-
able of causing much trouble at the
coming Olympic trials. They are
Sam Stoller, Bob Osgood, Stan Birle-
son and Walt Stone in the steeple-
SHE WEARS THE PANTS
Mrs. McLarnin has l'uled Jimmy
must quit the ring.
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Room For Private Parties
The first doubles match between
Capt. Chuck Kocsis and Woody Mal-
loy of the Varsity and Will Kokes
and Johnny Hobart of the Indians
should be as thrilling as the match
Ifaun /ihian ctnr nl dvith
tance, 46 feet 6%
third, C. Miller
inches. (New Sta-
Won by Birleson
Won by Stoller
third, Baldwin (Ind.). Time, 9.8.
120-yard High Hurdles: Won by
Caldemeyer (Ind.); second, Osgood
(Mich.); third, Neely (Ind.). Time,
14.2. (New Stadium Record, Ties
880-yard Run: Won by. Hobbs
(Ind.); second, Gill Ind.); third,
Starr (Mich.). Time, 1:54.3.
220-yard Dash: Won by Collier
(Ind.); second, Gunning (Ind.);
third, Stoller (Mich.). Time, 21.5.
Discus Throw: Won by Etchells
(Mich.); second, Savage (Mich.) ;
third, Schneiderman (Ind.). Dis-
tance, 141 feet 3 inches.
Pole Vault: Tied for first, Droul-
ard (Mich.), Morgan (Mich.), Shoe-
maker (Ind.), Baldwin (Ind.).
Height, 12 feet.
Two-mile Run: Won by Lash
(Ind.), second, Deckard (Ind.); third,
Smith (Ind:). Time, 9:10.7. (New
220-yard Low Hurdles: Won by
Osgood (Mich.) ; second, Baldwin
(Ind.) ; third, Caldmeyer (Ind.).
Javelin Throw: Won by Dworsky
(Mich.) ; second, Stevenson (Ind.) ;
third, Stone (Mich.). Distance, 182
feet 7 inches.
Broad Jump: Won by Stoller
thie two) ± Iicnig stars iayea wi Also on the 1908 team were John-
Fred Haas and Paul Leslie of Lou- ny Garrels who placed second in the
isiana State here last week-end. Ho- 110-meter high hurdles and Gayle
bart is Illinois State Amateur cham- Dunn, member of the second-place
pion and Kokes has defeated Pick three-mile team.
Wagner of Northwestern, conqueror
of Captain Kocsis. Four Michigan men were in the
Allen Saunders and Bill Barclay 1900 Games at Paris, being sent
will complete the Wolverine team, there, curiously enough, by contri-
meeting Dean Zahn and Capt. Elton butions obtaed in a drive instigat-
Hill in the second best-ball match". ed by the Board in Control of Ath-
In singles Captain Kocsis will meet letics after the Big Ten meet. These
Kokes, Malloy will clash with Hobart, men reached Paris independently of
Saunders will be opposed by Zahn, the regular American team just five
and Barclay will be sent after Cap- days before the meet, but succeeded
Lain Hill of the invaders. in winning three second places for
tam illof he ivadrsthe United States.
J. F. McLean was a close second
(Mich.); second, Pekelma (Mich.); in the hurdles, Chuck Dvorak took
third, Baldwin (Ind.). Distance 23 second honors in the pole vault, and
feet 2 inches. H. W. Hayes was just behind the
Mile Relay: Won by Michigan winner in the 800-meter handicap
(Birleson, Patton, Aikens and Stiles). after defeating 28 men to reach the
Time, 3:25.4. finals. H. C. Leiblee, the fourth
Michigan (11) AB
Rudness, cf ........3
Ferner, 3b ........5
Brewer, ss ........4
Uricek, 2b ........4
Jablonski, c ........4
Patanelli, 1b ......1
Kremer, If ........3
Heyliger, rf ........5
Fishman, p .......3
Totals..........35 11 10
Purdue (3) AB
Malaska, cf..... ..4
Mitchell, rf .......1
Armon, 3b ........2
Mangas, If . ......5
Sines, ss ..........3
Waling, 2b ........4
Martin, p ........0
Rosser, p ......... 4
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