SUNDAY, JAN. 17; 1937
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wolverine Swimmers Easily Trounce Indiana, 64-20
In Every Event
Single Pool Record Falls
As Medley Team Ends I
In Fast Time
Varsity In lop shape Tlo Upen
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300-yard medley relay: Won by Y1 0"5 1t1Lt -VJ ILLJA' iIJJ1 (IJ.M"F I
Michigan (Cody, Kasley and Bry-
anH edc) Time: 3avis, Coon By FRED DE LANO thinclads appear in danger, Hoyt will
220-yard free-style: Won by Bar- It will.take a mighty powerful track present a team strong in every event.
2ardyar) fre-styledWordby<Ba)- team to beat Coach Chuck Hoyt's A well balanced team is always a title
nard (M), second, Wreford(M;;I
third, Danch I). Time: 2:23.2 Wolverines this year either on the contender but this year Michigan
50-yard free-style: Won by Kirar indoor or outdoor track. will couple with this balance enough
M); e e-d. style WonbM). third In just four weeks the Michigan outstanding stars to make it the fa-E
KM); second. Osgood (M)T;m thinclads will open their 1937 title vored squad in the Big Ten.
Kiezmer (I. Time: 23.7.
Diving: Won by Grady (M) ; sec- campaign in a dual meet with Mich- Last ycar Micnigan captured its
ond, Haughey (M); third, Logue (I) igan State. Then will come meets third successive Conference indoor
100-yard free-style: Won by Bry- with Ohio State and Pittsburgh, both crown by beating out Wisconsin by
ant (M); second, Emmett (M); third, here, to serve .as warming up events the narrow margin of one and two-,
Laplante (I). Time: 54.8. for the all-important Big Ten cham- thirds points. A week later the Wol-
150-yard back stroke: Won by pionship scramble March 12 and 13 verines finished ahead of Ohio State
Cn Chicago. by just as 'small a margin to win the
Codys (I); second, Sauer (M); third. Butler Relays for a third straight
Lucas (I). Time: 1:40.2. Strong- In Aill Everts '
By STEWART FITCH
Michigan's Varsity swimming team1
opened its 1937 season yesterday
whipping the Indiana tankers by an4
overwhelming 64-20 score. The Wol-7
verines completely outclassed the
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trip up some favorite before the race
The Maroons lost their first two
encounters with Minnesota and In-
diana, but improvement was noted
with' John Eggemeyer furnishing a
only a number of powerful veterans
but also several outstanding sopho-
mores. Of these Bill Watson, Sag-
inaw Negro, has served notice that
he will be one of the finest men in the
field events in Wolverine history.
Other sophomores, including Alan
Smith, Roy Heath, Harold Davidson
and Ross Faulkner, appear to be
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SPECIAL NIGHTLY, 8 to 12
Hoosiers in every event. Kasley (M); second, Coon (I); third,
Every event found Michigan men Logue (I). Time: 2:30.4.
leading the field, and in none of the' 440-yard free-style: Won by Wre-
races were the Varsity mermen ford (M); second, Danch (I); third,
pressed to win. Times were fast, but Jacobson (I). Time: 5:38.2.
only one record fell during the meet l 400-yard relay: Won by Michigan
-the Intramural pool record for the: (Kirar, Emmet, Osgood, Mowerson);
300-yard medley swim. second, Indiana (Lucas, LaPlante,
In the medley swim Fred Cody, ! Klezmer, Herdrich). Time: 3:43.5.
Jack Kasley and Baker Bryant easily
outswam Bill Davis, Jim Coon, andrK eeps
home in 3 minutes and .4 seconds to , L a
crack the pool record for the event. Bi TenLead
Cody led by a half length at the end
of his 100-yard back-stroke swim, eats Indiana
Kasley added another half and Bry- e sI d an
ant finished more than a length
ahead of Herdrich. BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Jan. 16.-
Barnard Wins Easily (/P)-Purdue's high scoring Boiler-
Co-captain Frank Barnard greatly makers steam-rolled to a 41 to 30
outdistanced Gabriel Danch in the victory over Indiana University here
220-yard free-style to place first. Bill tonight. The defeat seriously dam-
Wreford, a sophomore on the Varsity, aged Indiana's chances of retaining
finished behind Barnard but was still the Big Ten basketball.title which it
well ahead of Danch. Barnard was shared with Purdue last year.
also scheduled to swim the 440 but It was Purdue's fourth straight
at the last minute Matt Mann decid- conference victory and.Indiana's see-
ed not to use him and Bill Wreford ond defeat in four starts.
swam the distance alone against Carl A capacity crowd of more than 7,-
Jacobson and Gabriel Danch. Al- 000 persons saw the Boilermakers
though his time was relatively slow pull away in the closing minutes of
for the distance he was never in dan- the first period to gain a 21 to 15 lead
ger of losing the lead and finished and Glenn Downey, gave the Boiler-
well ahead of the Hoosiers. makers their first-half advantage af-
Ed Kirar jumped the gun twice at ter Indiana had played on even terms
the start of the 50-yard dash, and in with Purdue during first minutes.l
order not to disqualify himself by The Boilermakers turned on the
nmaking a third false start, got away heat as the second half started and
slowly at the third try. His slow held Indiana scoreless for '11 minutes
start did not prevent him from win- while running the score to 33 to 15.
ning by a comfortable margin, how- Huffman finally broke Indiana's scor-
ever, his time of 23.7 seconds is slow- ing drought, with Purdue substitutes
er than the time which he is capable in the game, Indiana managed to
of covering the distance, trim the Purdue lead slightly in the
Grady Performs Well closing minutes.
Yesterday Hoyt sent his charges
through their first time trials since
vacation with gratifying results. To
all appearances the Wolverines are
in good enough shape right now to
start competition and only one bar-I
rier stands in the way of Michigan's
again topping the Big Ten. This
single "if" is the annual eligibility
bugaboo which will reach its climax
at the end of the semester.
Unless the Wolverine ranks are
iunmercifully depleted by the inel-
igible, and at the present few of the
time. The retention of those two
championships is the main object
in the 1937 indoor season but will
not be stressed until the three dual
meets are out of the way.
The Michigan squad boasts not
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Ben Grady performed well from I
the low spring-board, amassing a ILLINI CRUSH IIAWKEYES
total of 360.6 points which was 95 CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Jan. 16.-(IP)-
better than that of Phil Haughey of Illinois' basketball team defeated
the Varsity and 125 bettr than that Iowa 42 to 28 before 6,700 fans to-
of Lester Logue of Indiana's Varsity, night, the Illini outclassing the
In the 100-yard free-style, Ed Kir- Hawkeyes in every department.
ar was listed to swim for the Varsity, Taking an 11 to 3 lead within the
however he was replaced by Baker first 10 minutes, Illinois was in full
Bryant who copped first place. Bob command of the battle to the finish.
Emmett placed second with Indiana's At the half the Illini had a 17 to 12
Cqptain Bob LaPlante scoring a third. margin.
Tle finish between Emmett and La- Illinois started the game with to
Plante was the closest in the meet, ( regulars missing from the lineup-
being almost a tie. Henry and Nisbit. In the opening
Michigan, as in the other races, minutes of the second period, how-
scoredadoga, as v in the e ra ever, Henry started the Illini offense
scord bakdtobl e Co y n t ed0 rllngagain by bagging two long
yardbac-stoke Fre Coy srokd Ifield goals.
powerfuly to the finish with sopho-____
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Lucas finished third and Bill Davis CHICAGO, Jan. 16.-(P)-North-
was just an "also ran" for Indiana. western's basketball team, led by
]Butterfly Stroke! sharpshooting Fred Trenkle and
Jack Kasley, Michigan's stellar Mike McMichael, routedrChicago 44
breast-stroke performer, holder of to 21 tonight before 3,500 spectators.
many records in that event, and Neither team scored from the floor
member of the 1936 Olympic team during the first eight minutes of
churned the Intramural pool with play. Then Trenkle bagged two bas-
his powerful "butterfly" stroke to kets and Mc Michael sank three
finish the 200-yard distance in 2 min- shots in rapid order, and the Wild-
utes, 30.4 seconds. He was the only cats were not in trouble from that
man to compete for Michigan in this point on.
event, thus the second and third
places went to Indiana's Jim Coon BUCKEYES STALL TO WIN
and Lester Logue who finished almost COLUMBUS, O., Jan. 16.-(?)-
together, more than a pool's length I Ohio State University stalled its way
behind Kasley. into its second Western Conference
The final event, the 400-yard free- basketball victory here tonight, hold-
style relay, was won by Michigan's ing the ball for three minutes with-
team consisting of Ed Kirar, Bob out attempting a field goal after
Emmett, Manley Osgood and Bob coming from behind to take. a 23 to
Mowerson. 22 lead over Minnesota.
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