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SATURDAY, AtAly'.01 P", 038

'I'l Al .! -t1 p N i ) L~A 1.


M A T I D iia _w i , 19 8 f F; I I li f A N.,A l I
Miei~a, Idiaa, ace TrackField With Five Qualifier

's Each

C edeon, Kelley,
Hurdle Places'
Hayes In Qiuarter, Jester
In Half Mile, Are O ther'
(Continued from Page 1)

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Tankers, Matmen


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Ohio AsslImn es Ait Lost! 11AI-neia
Favorite' S11k t iitiSp
i h The Union pictorial file of Michi-
i , 1 Pla cs'r}-Ian' All-Americans, which hangs in
the billiard room, is now complete,
. " thianks to the persistance of Stan
Snottwing Of Divers RaJ*Ses Waltz, Union manager. For a long
!jMichigan .$-opes; Kirar IWile,' Chuck Bernard, All-Amnerican
i'eak.is Becor'd In 0 O tohave his picture taken for the


Five'Wrestlerv eih n, ul-41OpnHouse
Gain Places IhIi Fe rs Stars fit All ISport
Final latties W dnsday, March 16, will be a city golf team will give anexi
red letter day for the Intramural !ion with Coach Ray Courtright al
WIuaicr And Nichols IBoy s Department, foi-the tenth~ swering any giuestions the audiem
Aref' Victor's By FalL;led for that date. mers will put on a swimming, divin
CO-Captains Winl I Lecaiise of the -instantaneo us ap- and relay exhibition in the pool


hope, who was pushed into the 880 Th aeoe ndfismnhv
to breach the gap in Michigan's been almost totally ignored by Bigr
middle distance forces had the bad Ten publicists, but they're holding
fortune to draw the third heat in their Conference meet in Chicago to-
which Chuck Fenske, Wisconsin flyer, night just the same. Although we're
roared over the fast field house clay personally unable to get enthused
track to the fastest effort in the event about the finc points of fencing (get
carding a 1:55.6. it? , it mrust have something, for itl
The Badger ace was never threat- {bas survived the ages. Chicago will
ened by Miller of Indiana but the winl the title.
Hoosier had his hands full to keep The swimming tank in the Ntw
his qualifying spot from going to Da-I Trier high School, Winnetka,
vidson, who started his stretch drive Ill., wherein Conference splashers
a little late. Observers were curious; strive for championships to-
concerning the ability of Fenske, an night, rivals any pool in the
admittedly great competitor to cap- country, boasts a uniqcue lighting
ture points three distance events, tIVO system, warming rooms for div-
880, the mile and two-mile. ers, half dozen diving boards,
Schwa rtzkopf Still Under Treatment other conveniences, aned-a, yes- F
Ralph Schwartzopf, Hoyt hope in ; 12o, is the dream of most aquatic
the two mile, was still undergoing coaches. Ohio State will win theI
treatment for a bone bruise on hisl team crown.
right 'foot which has kept him out of Cliff Keen and Billy Thorn ex-
practice for the better part of th e chane rtseys. avow infciirity to lc


Union's"Hall of Famne."B EEL vtc Epeal f tne frstOpen House evenit
(GBy NEWELL McCABEae 1 a permanent spot was reserved for
(0;titued[rin age1)The task of bringing the picture in, With the two Nichols brothers, and it n the I-M calendar, and it has.
ersault and his back one-and-a-half wsgvnt tnWlztoyasHrad Dne inn their I becorae an annual institution.
div tosplsh imslfrig~ht otf o, and it was only last week that' matches by pins, Coach Cliff Keenlose a I4 h ne os
1 his persuasion mnet with success, and and hiis Wolverine wrestler took an:
the list of qualifiers for Satuirday bs"u.e-,al la nlleCofrnc et o r igrain hat:>been (changed somewhait
l I-~~~~~~~~he was, able to drag thebahu e=eIllediteCofrnemtt-
nml~~t~s finals. n ar'd before a camera. Chuck never 'hta sieit;Ps tioteyarbck
Michigan.showeve, qualifiednthrecollege, ex- onInstead of striving to acquaint the
mien for the finals,, Ferstenifeidpitrtae in clee x At 118 pounds Co-c:};ptain 1Johni student boywtrtebidiga
fourth place, Wolin in fifth place,cptfraio pltorhswih Speicher defeated his old rival "T'wo- cilities as formerly, the promoter's
an S aeyinsif. I er not suitable for the purpose. in :Bit" Myers of the Hoosiers. Wh en inetnwi opovd netran
etranAl Patnik of Ohio State ag atahiolnorritta Waltz the match ended the Michigan co-, ing evening, in which exhibitions in
aganoculedi upwamaenapshtttke captain was on the long end of a al rnhso potaegvn o
Prvdhmeftepe esoe of ofChuck when lie was two months allscoe.1, rrdauffyofsheof- spor ~ t ar gientW
the low board as he gave the finest 2soe.WladDuf ft e in zwith rm . emc3v ,nsdon
exhibitin osf ti Igo ltl and instruction

Skiing, one of the most popular vain
ter sports, is fast gaining acclaim as
a imajor item on the sports card of
prominent; Eastern colleges. Teams


son, Patnik's teamnmate and cap- jp
tain, and the 1937 winner, took soe-a
ondt, and 'Blondie Al Christians of ; m
Iowa tasthird. !tic



r I All l host, lisfFri nialifv for finnlc:__ s

It is not known how the injury will
effect the performance of Rambling
Ralph in the grind wvhere he meets r
such formidable footracers as Tom-
mie Deckard of Indiana, Paul Benner
of O.S.U. who trimmed him in the
Michigan-Ohio dual meetand the re-Ia
doubtable Fenske.]
There will be semi-final heats in.;
the hurdles and dash this afternoons
with finals in all events tonight be-
ginning at 6:30 when the pole vault
gets under way.
First heat : Won by Smith, 'Wis ;
second, Collinge, Ia.; third, Hanson.
MIinn.; fourth, Gutting, Purdue. Time,
8.9 seconds.
Setend, heat: "Won by Lamb. Ia.:
second;Kobak, Chi. ; third, Olmsted,
Mich.; fourth, Haberiari, Wis. Time,,
8.7 seconds.
Third heat;: I on by Gedeon, Mich.;I
second, Brunton, Ill.; third, Lemen, I
Purdue; fourth. Brumbaugh, Clhi.;
Time, 8.7 seconds.
Forhha:Wnb ely ihsecond, Robinson, Ill.; third, Hatha--
way, N.U.; fourth, Shideler, Purdue.
Time 9 seconds.
880 yards run (two in each heatIt
qualify for finals).c
First heat: Won by Smith, Ind.;t
second, Jester, Mich.; third, Web-
ster, Chi.: fourth, Mies, Ill. Time, 1
minute, 57.1 seconds.1
Second heat: Won by Trutt, Ind.;
second, Lyle, Ia.; third, Gaines, Ill.;
fourth, Buchanan, Mich. Time 1 min-
ute 56 seconds. c
third heat: Won by Fenske, Wis.;:
second, Miller,Ind,; third, Davidson,i
Mich.; fourth, Benner, Ohio State.
Time 1 minute, 55.6 seconds.c
Fourth heat: Won by TBoceau~, t
Purdue; second, Catlin, N.U.; third, 1
Squires, Ohio State; fourth, Hogan,.j
Mich. Time 1 minute, 57.9 se conjds. t:

each other, secretly believe their own
team will win. 1937 titleholders
competing : Myers, 118 pounds. In-
'diana; Sapora, 12,6 pounds. and Gi-
nay, 165 pounds, both Illinois; Thom-
as, 135 pounds, Michigan; Gustafson,
heavyweight, Minnesota; 1936 titlist;

v ris zv~f a Ueu c kIALJ.J 1 ot iin&lS
:i:First swimmer or team named had
fiastest timge:
Dii -a nk h o S a e a!terson. Ohio State; Christian, Iowa;
-Fcerstenfel, Michigan; WVolin, Mich-
igan; Slalcy, Mirhigan; North., North-
western. Patnik's points: 132.7.
Odin -~f 7-14 A.-. -


But now Chuck take;; his rightful I-------- 's 1,11 Weir ~ xhbtoit
style when he won a close 2-0 dol-
ace with the other Michigan Im- Icisiorn over Paul Cameron of tileWol- 111U eie iodbtwenfouand ivex
ortals and perpetuates the tradi- vriesat12 puns.l'┬░teci i1oI (A ctrs eforandwive
osoMiianfoblhitr.Thomas Starts Tfitle Drive exhibitions of several of the 21 sched-
- _________-I Starting out his drive to defend his tiled sports taking place simultane-.
135 pound title, Co-captain Earl i '!sly. In this way everyone will be
Floeke;TeamThomas of the local team took his! able to watch a snort at the same
opening match by a score of 4-2 fromI time and will be able to take in all
J. Matlon of the Gophers. of the activities because of the pro-
h i na rm o-m ef At 145 pounds the Wolverines ir'iin's three haour length.t
picked up a point, when Harold ! e Pc- ai of the numerous headlia -
Cai e TonP b Nichols pinned. L. Peterson of North- j lson the card, it is impossible to
western in four minutes. Bob Fiin- e~otoektueeet ueo

zzzA ' Jatk.L ~ xJL i1.JA.i, aadkv4 U, Y at le an
Amherst compete thruout the snow
When Should I
IBorr3ow Money?
It is sensible to borrow money
vvhe it is either necessary or
advantageous. Here are a few
instances when borrowing is
souind judgment:
loan from us-buy for cash-
get better bargains-and still
haye the convenience of de-
fcfrt'ed payments.
P'tyup all scattered bills withi
aa ' f.Om1 us---then have only

loya, bu cogizan of ondiionsand I ~~l 1J~ *~dUII Iatrt-. i TFlr iowds, however is "~-
loUIyalhOUU, bt onian f oditio ns an~-d, ttMc iNretuc erly- o Ls oiell pptIa eyvru fa pn.the Squashm rackets exhibition betwen T MET SUDDEN DEBT--
facts, we like Indiana.,- Minnesota, Wisconsin. Ohio's time, - ' Although beginning rther slow- LeoSer astytni oca i c mknes accidents, emergen-
300.0 Ive eiiior' ivil'i(5ly Harland Danner came flrom be-'I ies require money quickly.
3:060.nortak et id n ferfv iutso i Sumer Me s of the mathematics PERSONAL INVESTMENT-A
Btr in 11d, havetradkleetfs!2hindr and tyl afteric, fivet; iminuts esohi ~l)trarnt. Wellr is Michign squash
strediic1,hveigddf- 2-ard JlnsrceOiSte;ilZe, auHoWisiers.'iM atch he pinned John Keller of the needed vacation, special ours-
inous stars, is 1now 01one'ofthe Mcia;Jhsn hi tt;Zh, --champion and was runner-up foi the
most attractive events on the Northrwestern; Christian, Iowa; Lowe, ive Michigan hockey players will 1 (ii. on iayo llimi, a toadl ti arvardis eawiM. ysoeruysroesoaleup
Illinois;Brandt, hio State Haynietitleinthihn yenm',f whileisMylrstmnt or instruments can be
winter spor's schedule. Charley Alni;BadOhoSae anesbe playing their last ame on home jers15pudcapo, I0 i hnancod thrbugteus.
Iloyt's perennial reluctane to Itime, 2.:17.9. I termitory tonight for the Maize and, yarsh1o5Cocu n'schmein, ca kotfiitneta nLYdtrQuIREMNTuor.
pick his Michigan team, his per- .dFe tl-iia,~Ici Blue. Paris, Ot., H.C. is the team Bb ii fPlmuhhrshe
n ja hminmksti h ganr; Sabot, Ohio .State; Farnsworth, aoIns wih h snor coe,1i'on the short end of a 10-5 score. ob lI-ifFi muh hrehe lan here: your ability to repay
ennli campons maes histhejara; ris whch he enirs los thi Don Nichols Pins Foe; pitcher par excellence, is being small1, re gular amounts on the
least hazardous guess of the I michigan; Tomski, Michigan; Wolf-;Ann Arbor hockey career. However,! Sophomore Don Nichols came brought back by popular demand. lan-iplan that's easiest for you
day. despite Indiana's potency in , son, Northwestern; McCollum, Chi- they have one more game before the truhIt15pons n( a- An example of this 16 year old wiz- tohale
thcidedsaceadds'n (a go. Krar's best time, 0:23.3. truha 7 ons namn.temdl itneaddsae season ends--at Cleveland next Fri- smla'ohs rte'swe ead's iemark-abe ability may be ath- N nosesrqied;rvc
run! Mchian illwinitsfifh 10-Yrd i-e Stle-ira, M'h.. dy.pinned Willey of Purdue in five mm-' em'ed by an anedote. At a former assumed Loans available to all
tagtido il.igan; Quayle, Ohio State; Tomski, f All fivQ, Capt. Bob Simpson Gib I~iOpnoueHttldothssak,
straight________indoor____ Mtitle. SborhioSttes.e-Thms, ohnyFlveroBurnSitstts.TheWoveinestr illfaeTOpe IloseHit aidouphsosakse. vesmy pope xcet tu
hw eisosFar -owlOhoSae.Jaa'stmmembersof hnn elualom ut th atEd Valor of Chicago. Rumner-up inare hsonad plgzd dents
rhw oa ofou otwsen and Ed Chase, have beemn regutlar'!this weight last year, tonrm'row nightI for his anticipaited poo showing. P R O A O N
BaerJ Deciins 1u le Back, hio Strae tiNeuni, m ymears oandhinshatftimte have for the championship. fs teary n rthe season,"OAN
High y ou cla sed n th he vy- ~ too"I eavey n t hd a schan e t
130-Ypdlayed in practically every one of the weight wivision, Joe Savilla of the I throw any et." Whe-cupon le pro- D
Ohio Statle; Heydt, Iowa; Brandt,'Wolverine tilts. IPersodnoatli'w eghtrimgems i aCOr
Wolverines was defeated by Dowes sede totFrwneghtcenerCo.
NEW YORK, March 11:--(')J--Max' Minnesota; Rieke, Michigan; Amii Paris Replaces Chatham o hoSae1-.mw ob loseilzsi rc 376 Ofices
Baer, former' heavyweigh-t champio n, bruEric, Iowa: Br'ccr, Iowa. Nun - Oho tai Y38.rar inbyalAnnecilArbonrti'
too logsrdsaogtef;i i' ie :94 Paris is pinch-hitting for Chatham; " Big Mac", McDaniel of the Hoo- thr'wing and plays while blindfolded,1t eri n ro
A.C. which was originaly slated as b iers dethroned G Gustafson of the eier thn the average person.. Gru.FleWovinBd.
comeback trail tonight by givingj 200-Yard Breast Stroke-McKee, tonight's opponent. A schedule con- Gophers, last year's heavyweight' Varsity teams are also scheduled to 2123S ORHAE
Tommy Farr, British titleholder, a Ohio State; Higgins, Ohio State; Al-I cueittcaeltsde. Ihmpo. erm'.nteglfeshe ar Phone 4000 R.W. Horn, Mgr.
thorough drubbing in a szzling 15-' len, Iowa; Ilaigh, Michigan; Gustaf- Ilieterform._Inthegolfnets,_theVar-
I o ,O i t t ; M c , Mci a .M - M c i a n e s t e g m e h -crow d in M adison S u r G a rden. K ee's tim e . 2:307 . fmom an 8-1 victomy over Illinois'
Barweighed e 212 an.arSye-Iane Thursday night.- As expected, the - ----- - -- ----- --- - --_______
Only the Welshman's gameness! Michigan; Lowe, Illinois; Christian, embryonic Ilini puck squad offered
and a jaw that must have been made; Iowa; Zehr, Northwestern; Brandt, !little opposition to Michigan's vastly
of cast iron enabled him to go the Ohio State. Haynie's time: 4:55.8. superior and more experienced out-
distance. He was a badly whipped 1Fit.__________________________________
fighter as he left the ming a fter 15 ---- Tegm oih-wl etese _ _____
unsof bruising. savage mlling.,
down to serious buiness for' timefirst , M--'" 1)11 n'c wai pu vosh tit in ovebrtarme-
time since his days on the throne. , * .i 1Ichdt ignwas2pu heditoane overtime1

had the man who stayed 15 rounds
with Joe' Louis On Ithe thit'd three

Intercollegiate Boxing Smcces

- "IPJitchi Title
The Cougar's, crack mndecpemmds'nt
h)cky tVaMi, lAt night ,subdued aI

lpece(dly turned out to be one of the
('leafiest and best played games of
j tlw Coliseum season.
Allena Is Out Again
forming ats fi'st line centeor sice the

- 29-r


A 1 I ej fglitimig Phi Kappa Psi Outfit, Y aoftin sive star' of the Ilini game(- with
Awakens C nference tersscuoey ernth ttl ofai
3-0 sco'e to ern timatitleafl'oflthree goals and an assist.
....... z'~z lzsougas, ocky idepnden icaz~lx-, AU(, was just meently dismissed
Tihe Cugrs idpedet n the hospital andi will not play
By TYOM PIIARES I donl Gloves tournrey showed loc~a-I srrtp- ;ious,> owed their success to the stel- '
When a crowd of I l,QOO enthusias- po'teras (hat, if given the c'lir: nc , 41 tr playring ;of Norinie Anzdezro. (111mmtisyer
tic fight fans turned out to watch al Michiganr could also take adilvami-t1age('li-cm', amnd Herb fRaskiin. goalie, baoth i of, G(ib JTamies is out, to increase his
powerful University of Wisconsinr of its superior' matem'ial aind build uIi whome should make the mythical all- I ugh scoring lead amid attcempt to bet-
boxing squad triumph over the highly a first class squadl. stazr te'am. t er'lhis last season's 1rn-mk of 46 points.
touted Syracuse team recently atI With a ea'scxpe rim!m(('b)clilrl tI Tefrtpm'o a h PiPi' Against Illimnois he garnered. two goal;
Madison, the opponents of collegiateI them, a lot oft Vern Larsn's boys hloldilg the advanta:ge. with front'I~mdtoassstopt i ifms
boxing woke up with a start. would be first rat f;,e ontfer-e' Cozzi- Blincme Bill Griffitms. Paul Strick- huplae with lt mam'kers argainist Allenr's {
The Badger's," victory over' Syracus- P1)titol'i. Considem ' such a tis(irtud s -land eland I Radlh ,izzntnem-man rev~r'- <
was not only inmpomtant becaiuse it set'IIthe follow ing:cDon Siegel, st-azte aa-' ! ium' thle lplay dowvn in Couga<r ter'mitory. f'lu' Michigall tine-"tip willt'emdi )n
an attendance record buict it also tit'heavywec' ,i h thunip, Don Cashb Soon aft eml' the start 1,oft' tIme secondie same as that which started
marked the defeatd of t-he Eastern In- who advanced to the loc il f w'Is8iil ti'stiiW' tile Conga i'rs (fisplayed their' z?.ainst Illinoeis. Jamies, Cooke, l'N1
tei'collegiate Chamzipions ba a.Big eTen: t!me GoldemnGloves hinrtiiy oas ligh>lt i, oWeI r adi Nora, Andemson ieatlviG c, Cha~se, Simpsoni, Smith, Loes Hill-
team and thus added impetus to time 'eyweiglit, Tomn and Sam Root sliplll('d the puck thr'ough Phi Psi I eg lCawckadSieTms
growing sentiment in favor of boxing r o'p.reotaltink Michigan. ill tIh(f middle- Goalie Fred Schiwarzi fyir the fh A Ot I1I)OSci the groi).
as a Conference -spomt. Aweight an1xd welterweight c1la.5e, Mike tally.
Competition Keeiio In Soauthexast Podnick, lig~htweight, and Ken Chienini-I The ot-iem'to w> st'ois cainze in timeI. ,
Temid-western followers of fis- I ; etlewtTh. hmd ridad gini asAd
tian pont t th suce - ofcollgiae ~Wisconsin has shlown zthe w Aay audzi' son's stickwork that sent thi in lalteFIA ' L
boxing not only in eastern circles perhaps it womn't be long- before time t assisted by Gil Samumelson and
but also in the south anid west. squar'ed circle will become' an accept- Bob Chadlwick. I ---- At AUDlerj~is
fed field of sport for tire rest- of the 'lie Cougar-s will receive gold mimcd- J . J. O'KANEL Dist. Dial 3500
An intense rivalry has developed I Big Ten.I als for winning tie title.
between the schools in the South- -
eastern Confer'ence where TuTlane ----- -
holds sway at present with Louisiana
State close on the heels of the Greemi
Wave. For' lie past four yearsa
conferenme boxing oeu'amernt iha'
been hlcd in New Orleans ifollowmin' Flah! Flsh Flatsh!F
cls ftwrglrtc<~1._fIn the far' west-, tihe situt tion isll 1
much time samer c with such schools as II
California odadnd1 St anfom' ahya 1ED13
drawing go co d . dturning out f '+1 rteIl% i tc- 11w L(NU ef ltiC II(t
champion boxlaers' . I'"r.
'fn*>time Big r tea Iigm W ins inba ' 'IkL J. Rli ic ~LVP
In ' ,sia Leasc :ig eic as.I4' (ounti. M111 1 II: 100
taken the nt oica teprr and under the
leadership of Coach John Walsh the IWhi? IA, .I (, (*(AZwcv icW k.
Badgers have built up a team to be
proud of. This point was drivens i I
home decisively when ti-iy took the

bis i ' 1adSI,t('anll10 l$.~c' IIlI/1A' /s/ Icvi
(i/h ia ~rc('hlabI C spcc d, has Nor/{'iignd iiht.fin ch
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theI re i'stlk{ uof- the 'buyinmg pbi' Cuulibti
the Mjitan lolly offW'r 'Io it') advrttisers i reased t'afailitie


li ! ind] exprcs,.oon III

th I.'ih111 l.lSerVICl-gk()fCCQ)uftS,,

h) (hWO .\'epInois lly
ftue l mat scrvices, theSant'ft on and the Mmani- nda
i ncease of 3 SY() ove.r lt(-ye ar, bringing the reading public
of the Daily well over 1 0,000. The MichiaI1 Daily keeps



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