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', MAY 23, 1937

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Records Fall As

rackmen

Recapture Conference Crown

Varsity Takes
60 Points Over
Hoosiers' 44
Watson scores 15 Points;
Osgood Breaks World
Record Ia Hurdles
(Continued from Page 1)
and high individual scoring honors
for the meet. Watson holds the Con-
ference record of 50 feet 10 3/8 inches
which he set in the preliminaries Fri-
day.
The Ohio State forces accounted
for the other two Big Ten records
which went by the boards. Mel Wal-
ker, Big Ten and world title holder
in the high jump, outleaped his team-
mate Dave Albritton, coholder of the
world outdoor record, to break the 6
foot 6 inch mark by 5/8 of an inch.
The old recrd was first established
by Russell of Chicago in 1925 and
tied by Walker as he won the Big
Ten title last year.
Breaks Own Mark
Charlie Beetham, chalked up a
1:52.2 half mile to break his own
conference record of 1:52.5, which he
set last year at Columbus. Beetham
tailed the field until the second turn
when he moved up with no apparent
effort to take over the lead from Trutt
of Indiana who had led almost from
the gun. Beetham moved out aroun
the last turn, staved off a half-threat
from Trutt, and finised going away.
Trutt faded after his last effort to
pass ,Beetham and fell victim to a
stretgh drive from Squire of Ohio
State. lickle gave the Bucks three
out of a possible five places as le
finished on the heels of Trutt for
fourth spot, and Bennie Starr, sur-
viving Wolverine, pulled up from last
spot to place fifth.
Gets His First
Sam^ Stoller, Michigan's "Croon-
ing Cannonball" claimed his first
Conference sprint title as he zoomed
down the soggy cinders under forced
draft two yards ahead of his stocky
arch-rival, Bob Greive who put in a
weak bid at the 80 yard mark but
soon relapsed into second position
where he had his hands full to stave
off Bob Collier of Indiana. Greive
finished inches ahead of the Hoosier
place.
Don Lash put on the type of per-
formance that earned him the title
of the "Indiana Iron Man" as he
brought home his daily double in the
mile and two mile and ran sixth in
the half-mile. Lash swapped the
lead back and forth with his team-
mate Jimmie Smith in the early
stages of the race. Chuck Fenske
of Wisconsin stuck tenaciously on
Lashe's heels the whole route but
was unable to match the kick of the
Hoosier distance ace.
Tie For Second
In the two mile grind, the Indiana
distance triumvirate followed their
usual strategy, Smith and Deckard
taking the lead and alternating in
first and second place while Lash laid
back among the tailenders with the
ever-present Fenske at his shoulder.
In the last lap Fenske made as if to
pass the loafing Lash, whereupon.
Lash unleashed such a burst of speed
as has heldom been seen on any
track. Starting from 50 yards back
of the leaders Lash zoomed down the
track past Smith and Deckard.
Michigan pole vaulters Hunn and
Kingsley came through to tie for sec-
ond behind Al Haller of Wisconsin.
Fred Martin's qualifying mark of 182
feet 3 inches just failed to take first
for the Wolverines as Pettigrew of
O.S.U. sailed the stick 185 feet 8
inches on his last effort of the after-
noon.

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Get Farrell Trophy

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ichigan State Track Summaries j WJR
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)enied Pla ce e One Mile Ru'n-Won by Lash,-Ind.; Br
second, Fenske, Wis.; third, Smith, Br
In Conferenc d; fourth, Deckard, nd.; fifth,
Brelsford, MVich. Time-4 minutes 14.4 Harry
seconds. ' Harry

A nnouncers
ked, But Track
oadcast Goes On
Wismer, youthful radio com-
fnr WJM Dt fnit was n

O rronin Holds Lead HWestern State Game
Over Ma jor H itters Cancelled For -Year
The ties for second place in the
American League and third place in Rain today caused the cancellation
the National League batting races of the baseball game between Michi
were broken yesterday, with Lyn Lary gan and Western State Teachers a
of I n d r ,-n in ti - nn gananWetrSaeTacrs

Big Ten Faculty Advisers 440 Yard Dash-Won by Halcrow, hani yesterday for the track pro- of the former.
Chi.; second, Hicks, Ind.; third, Bir- ceedings out at Ferry Field and gave Standings of the
Turn Down Application leson, Mich.; fourth, Howells, O.S.U.; a good exhibition of stamina and per- three in each league
fifth,dBeetham, O.S.U. Time-47.8 serverance as he sloshed through the
t egularMeeting {seconds. rain and mud to give those listening Player, Club
(Continued from Page 1) 120 Yard High Hurdles-Won by in an accurate description of the pro- edwkCards
Osgood, Mich.; second, Kellner, Wis.; ceedings.ary, In ds 27
meeting of the year, will bar track third, Lamb, Ia.; fourth, Brunton, Using hand mikes, Wismer and Lary, Indians ..21
athletes from participating in meets Ill.; fifth, Seitz, O.S.U. Time, 14 sec- Duncan Moore, kept their voices clearB
such as the Millrose games and other onds. (Betters world record. Old rec- and their enthusiasm undampened Arnovich, Phillies 27
meets sponsored by Madison Square ord 14.1 seconds, feld by Forrest despite a downpour which turned Hassett, Dodgers .26
Garden during the winter. Towns, Georgia in 1936). away some 5,000 expected fans.

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AB
82
110
93
101
109
105

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16 36
26 47
22 39
17 42
18 43
16 40

Sam Stoller, varsity dash man
and Olympic star yesterday won
the 100-yard dash and the Steve
Farrell trophy in the Conference
meet. The Farrell trophy is pre-
sented each year to the outstand-
ing dash man of the Confer-
-ece, and has been in the custody
of Jcsse Owens for the last two
years. Sam's time of 9.8 in the cen-
tury was fast considering the wet
track.
M11ig'o Gets Suspended
And Fiined For Brawl
ST. LOUIS, May 22.-(UP)--Van
Lingle Mungo 's temperamental out-
bursts got him into the deepest hot
water of his career today. The
Brooklyn Dodgers' fireball right-
hander was fined $1,000 and suspend-
ed for three days for a before-dawn
fist fight with his teammate, Jim
Bucher.
The fine is one of the largest ever
pinned on a player in the National
League.
The suspension, effective immedi-
ately, expires Monday night.

A wider implication of this, how- High Jump-Won by Walker, O.S.- Between events Wismer interviewed
ever, is a direct slap in the face to U., 6 feet 6% inches; second, Albrit- such visiting celebrities as Bernie
the A.A.U., as the passage of this mo- ton, O.S.U., 6 feet 5% inches; third, Bierman, Minnesota football coach,
tion would bar Big Ten athletes from Diefenthaler, Ill.; 6 feet 1/8 inches: Bo MMillan, grid mento of Indiana
competing in any meets under the tied for fourth and fifth, Spurgeon, Harry Struhldreher, Wisconsin coac.
auspices of this group. Ill., and Wiechmann, Wis., 5 feet 7% Harry__
New Sports Discussed inches. (New Conference record. Old
Due to the increased business taken record of 6 feet 6 inches by J. E. Rus- ord: old record of 1:52.5, by Beethami
up by this group, a new committee sell, Chi. in 1925). in 1936.)
was appointed to confer with the ath- 100 Yard Dash-Wou by Stoller, Broad Jump-Won by Watson,
letic directors of the various Confer- Mich.; second, Grieve, Ill.; third, Col- Mich., 24 feet 4 2inches; second,
ence schools on carrying out more lier, Ind.; fourth, Lewis, O.S.U.; fifth, Hubbard, Minn., 24 feet 3/4 inches;
effectively and efficiently the aims Elliott, Ind. Time-9.8 seconds. third, Kobak, Chi., 23 feet 10%
and purposes of the Conference. The Shot Put-Won by Watsn, Mich., inches; fourth, Stoller, Mich., 23 feet
committee is headed by Prof. Thomas So t, 10% inches new Conference 51 inches: fifth, Schmidt, Wis., 23
a0 eet 10 inhe (nw Cnfee eet1
French of Ohio State, with Prof. record set in yesterday's trials; old feet,1% inches.
Ralph Aigler of the Law School and record of 49 feet, 11 inches by A. C. Javelin Throw-Won by Pettigrew,
Prof. O. Floyd Long of Northwestern Kamm, Ill., in 1934); second, Krezow O.S.TJ., 185 feet 8 inches; second,
standing as ass wiates. iski, Minn., 48 feet, 2% inches; third, Martin, Mich., 182 feet 3 inehes;
The qu un of -omlpetilion be Christianson, Wis., 46 feet, 31 third, Rudolph, ii., 181 feet 7%2
tween the United States Mlitary inches; tied for fourth and fifth, inches; fourth, Lamb, Iowa, 178 feet
Academy and Big Ten schools was re- Frary, Ill. and DeHeer, Ia., 46 feet, i mches; fifth, Ogilvie, N'w n., 17i
ferred to the committee. 3% inches. feet.
New types of student athletics that, 220 Yard Dash--Won by Collier,
are being participated in were brought !Ind.; second, Elliott, Ind.; third;
up before the committee. The ques- Lewis, O.S.U.; fourth, Grieve, Ill.; Mrs. Ha fItmlt'sI F iamus
tion to be decided is whether sports fifth, Ashley, Ill. Time-21.1 seconds. SOU I[fERN FRIED
such as bowling, softball, and polo Discus Throw-Won t:y Watson, Cl- CKEN
should be regulated by the Confer- Mich., 153 feet 9! inches; second, I
ence with competing teams in these #Townsend, Mich., 145 feet 8 inches;
sports. I third, Frary, Ill.; 143 feet 1%Y4 inches; Served cEvery Sunday
To Study Delinquency fourth, Burnett, N'w'n., 141 feet 9 from 12:30 - 2:30
The question was referred to the inches; fifth, Kusz, Ill., 138 feet 1% :::::
athletic directors who will study the inches. Homecooked food for family
definition of a college sport and pre- 880 Yard Run-Won by Beetham, gatherings daily.
sent a report in the December .meet- O.S.U.; second, Squire, O.S.U.; third,
ing. Trutt, Ind.; fourth, Blickle, O.S.U.; MRS.HAMPTON'S TEA ROOM
An important feature of the meet- fifth, Starr, Mich. Time, 1 minute 605 Forest Phone 2-3836
ing was the plan, finally referred to 52.2 seconds. (New Conference rec-
committee, of requiring athletes to
make a certain amount of progress
towards getting a degree in consid-
ering their eligibility. At present a
man can participate in a fall sport
and then drop out of school until
the following fall, thus participating
for three years without progressing
towards a degree.
A committee is studying the defi-

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erase existing variations.

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ience its subscribers were put to
Saturday. Due to conditions beyond
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