SNAY, MARCHi13,i38THEs MICHIGAN DAILY __ e
Track, Mat Teamns Win A Swimmers Lose In Blig Tfen
To Ohio State
In Big_10 Meet
Kirar, Haynie Win Four
Events But Buckeyes'
Better Balance Wins
(Continued from Page 1)
rar's second record-breaking perform-
ance of the meet. He shattered the
50-yard record in yesterday's trial
Ohio State accounted for the third
new record when its 400-yard relay
team bettered Mi.igan's old mark of
3:35.6 by a half second.
Al Patnik, Ohio's flawless diver won
the hearts of the fans, some 1,200 per-
sons who filled the stands in the new
Trier High School's palatial pool, as
he "dropped" every one of his dives
in a beautiful exhibition. Defending
Champion, Al Patterson of Ohio State,
Tom Haynie was the second double-
winner of the meet as he successfully
defended both his 110-yard and quar-
ter-mile championships against mer-
men who failed to push the Wolverine
natator to fast times. Haynie tried
his "Ironman" stunt again when he
swam in the free-style relay a scant
few minutes after winning the 440
Michigan finished fourth in the
medley behind Ohio the winner, Iowa,
and Minnesota. Kirar won the fifty,
and Walt Tomski and Bill Farnsworth
kept close on his heels to take the
second and third places. Kirar took
the 100 and Haynie won his two
events to about finish the Wolverine
Ohio piled up its winning margin
on the basis of the two relay vic-
tories, first and second in' both the
dive and breast stroke and first in
the back-stroke. Michigan took sec-
ond in the free-style relay.
All students except members of
varsity squads and the freshman
wrestling team are eligible to en-
ter the annual All - Campus
Wrestling tournament which
starts at the Field House tomor-
row at 7:30 p.m. All entries must
weigh in between 4:00 and 5:00
p.m. tomorrow. Gold medals will,
be given to the winners in each of
the eight weight divisions.
ST PATRICK'S DAY
203 East Liberty
300-Y.d Medley Relay--Won by
Ohio State (Neunzig, McKee, and
Quayle); second, Iowa; third, Min-
nesota; fourth, Michigan; fifth, Wis-
consin. Time, 3 minutes, 1.7 seconds.
220-Yard Free Style-Won by Hay-
nie, Michigan; second, Johnson, Ohio
State; third, Lowe, Illinois; fourth
Zehr, Northwestern; fifth, Christians, I
Iowa. Time, 2 minutes, 16.1 seconds.
50-Yard Free Style-Won by Kirar,t
Michigan; second, Tomski, Michigan;
third, Farnsworth, Michigan; fourth,
Sabol, Ohio State; fifth, Wolfson,
Northwestern. Time, 23.4 seconds.
100-Yard Free Style-Won by Ki-
( rar, Michigan; second, Quayle, Ohio
State; third, Sabol, Ohio State;
fourth, Tomski, Michigan; fifth, Hqw-
ell, Ohio State. Time 52.8. (New Con-
ference record. Old mark of 52.9 set
by Flachman, Illinois, 1935.
150-Yard Back Stroke-Won by
Neunzig, Ohio State; second, Heydt,
Iowa; third, Brandt, Minnesota;
fourth, Reike, Michigan; fifth, Bre-
mer, Iowa. Time 1:39.
440-Yard Free Style-Won by Hay-.
nie, Michigan; second, Lowe, Illinois;
third, Zehr, Northwestern; fourth,
Brandt, Ohio State: fifth, Christians,
Iowa. T.ime 5 minutes, 3.2 seconds.
150-Yard Breast Stroke-Won by
Higgins, Ohio State; second, McKee,
Ohio State: third, Haigh, Michigan;
fourth, Allen, Iowa; fifth, Mack.
Michigan. Time, 2 minutes, 29.4 sec-
440-Yard Relay-Won by Ohio!
State (Sabol, Johnson, Quayle, Neun-
zig), second, Michigan; third, North-
western; fourth, Wisconsin, fifth,
Minnesota. Time 3:35.1 (New Big Ten
record. Old record 3:35.6 set by Mich-
igan in 1937).
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., March 12.
-(r')-Lou Gehrig gave up his ambi-
tion of drawing down a $40,000 salary
today and signed with the New York
Yankees at Colonel Jacob Ruppert's
own figure of $39,000. Manager Joe
McCarthy announced the glad tidings
after word from the Yanks' New York
Track Summaries | Michigan Wins
One-Mile Run-Won by Fenske, Fifth Straight
Wisconsin; second, Deckard, Indiana;
third, Davidson, Michigan; fourth, Big Ten Title
Trutt, Indiana. Time, 4 minutes 11.1g
. 50-Yard Dash-Won by Davenport, Watson And Gedeoin Lead
Chicago, second, Kaufman, Wiscon-
sin; third, Lehmann, Illinois; fourth, Track Team To Closel
F. Teufel, Iowa; fifth, Delaney, North- Victory At Chicago
western. Time, 6.3 seconds.
440-Yard Run-Won by C. Teufel, (Continued from Page 1)!
Iowa; second, Howells, Ohio State; - - - -- - --
third, Miller, Indiana; fourth, Hayes, Indiana. The Hoosiers picked upj
Michigan; fifth, Sulzmann, Ohio seven points in the mile classic.I
State. Time, 49.8 seconds. Fenske returned a half hour later
70-Yard High Hurdles-Won by to turn in his second win of the eve-
Gedeon, Michigan; second, Collinge, ning in the half mile run. After
Iowa; third, Robinson, Illinois; trailing in the first quarter Fenske j
fourth, Lamb, Iowa; fifth, Hanson, poured in the steam in the third lap
Minnesota. Time, 8.6 seconds. and got the call in the gun lap but
Two-Mile Run--Won by Mehl, Wis- managed to pass Bodeau of Purdue
consin; second, Smith, Indiana; third, only after a bitter stretch battle.
Schwarzkopf, Michigan; fourth, Ben- Tom Jester placed the Maize and
ner. Ohio State; fifth, Deckard, In- Blue with a hair's breadth fifth. The
diana. Time, 9 minutes 18.3 seconds. time for the race was 1:55.4.
Shot Put-Won by Watson, Mich- The slim crowd of 2,000 fans leaped
igan, (50 feet 2 5/8 inches); second, to their feet as Walter Mehl of Wis-
Frary, Illinois; third, Townsend, consin flashed out of obscurity to
Michigan (45 feet 8 inches); fouirth, 1 clip a tenth of a second off the 8:18.4
Fordham, Ohio State; fifth, Gragg, record in the two-mile.
Illinois. Rambling Ralph Schwarzkopf off
880-Yard Run - Won by Fenske, Michigan, after riding well up the
Wisconsin; second, Bodeau, Purdue; whole route behind Smith of In-
third, Lyle, Iowa; fourth, Trutt, In- diana, weakened in the last 10 yards
diana; fifth, Jester, Michigan. Time after a Inal strong bid which carried
1 minute 55.4 seconds. him to the front, to place third, be-
Pole Vault-Won by Padway, Wis- hind Smith who repassed him for the
!B il PLAYS DUAL ROLE JOHNSON OVERCOMES JINX
il l Stewar, manager of te C Ben John:on, Columbia's sprint star
G jive J~ctrtt'v lace onteac awbencf h u tr algChi-.Wie a
cago Blackhawks, will soon leave his has escaped his injuries. In 1935 he
G ves V rs tA1' place on the Blackhawk bench. putI tore a leg mus,,'e, when he was just
away his skates, and don a mask and beginning to reach his peak, which
SW chest protector. The reason: as well fed hi frm op n for 1
P4ucft, Bl as managing a professional hockey Na months. A year later he aaain pulled
By BEN MOORSTEIN tional League. By now he probably another muscle, but in view of his
T knows how fans feel when an umpire I.C.4-A accomplishments, he seems
The smallest crowd of the year, 500, makes a raw decision. to have overcome the jinx.
smoothest hockey of the year during
the first period and some of the worst
during the other periods last night at
the Coliseum. Although the score
was 6-3 in the Wolv ine's favor, Paris
H. C. was conceded a moral victory. N e ooKS
Paris, substituting for Chatham
A.C. which was originally scheduled,! u3
caeheeth no hockey under its Just Pu blisned
belt since it last played Michigan and
lost, early in February.
This marks the final appearance on HERVEY ALLEN: Action at Aquilahivo i '
home ice for five of Michigan's Var-$2.50
sity crew. Captain Bob Simpson,
.Johnny Fabello, Gib James, Burt PEARL S. BUCK: This Proud Heart . 2.50
Smith and Ed Chase are graduating
in June and have 'one more game, FRANK SWI NN ERTON: Harvest Comedy 2.50
that at Cleveland next week.
Passing Features THOMAS MANN: Joseph in Egypt 5.00
From the outset Michigan showed
its superiority and scored four times' WARWICK DEEPING: The House of Spies 2.00
in the initial half of the period with
some of the neatest passing the first' The Best of Runyon 2.00
line has done all year. From tha/t
point on something happened to put AGATHA CHRISTIE: Death on the Nile .2.00
them in reverse. They did, however,
snap out of it long enough to scoreEFFERY FARNOL The Crooked Furrow.250
twice in the second period but in the
third were listless.
Gib James added two more goal
to his high scoring mark, now having
40 points. Al Chadwick, second h"e
( wing, also tallied twice and QeorCe
down. 105 Nor th Main Street 3 6 South State Street
Enough shots that should hare,,
and would have counted for inaare
on almost any other night, were wide'A
or stopped by the Paris goalie. Lar:
England, to win a half-dozen games,
.%ooke Scores First -
consin (13 feet 4 3/4 inches); second,
Kingsley, Michigan (12 feet 10 3/4
inches); tied for third and fourth,
Nelson, Northwestern, and Shoema-
ker, Indiana; tied for fifth, Farrell,l
Michigan; Cassels, Chicago, and Rob-
high Jump-Won by Albritton,
Ohio State, (6 feet 6 1/4 inches);
second, Allen, Michigan; tied for
third, fourth and fifth, Diefenthaler,
Illinois; Hubbard, Minnesota and
One-Mile Relay--Won by Ohio
State, (Sulzmann, Robinson, Howells,
Squire); second; Iowa; third, Illinois;,
fourth, Michigan; fifth, Chicago.)
,Time ,3 minutes 20.7 seconds. 4
second spot. Tommie Deckard
diana barely managed to placei
money with a fifth.
Ohi, State's veteran Negro high-
jump campaigner and- co-holder of
the world outdoor mark erased the
third standard from the record books
as he outleaped Michigan's Negro
sophomore, Wes Allen, with an ef-
fort of 6 feet 6 1/4 inches. The new
mark replaced the 6 feet 5 3/4 inches
set by Albritton's old team mate, Mel
Mhigan Wins Bg 10 Mat Title
With 28 Points; Indiana Second
(Continued rom R1C 1) Jdefeated Ray Hyde (Indiana, over-,
but Harland Danner, who also got fall 175 Pounds-Don Nichols (Micn.)
tpoints on his way up the brackets, defeated Chuck Mutter (Illinois).
picked off the Conference title at 155 Heavyweights - Chuck McDaniel
pounds to give the Wolverine grap- (Indiana) defeated George Downes
piers five more points. y (Ohio State).
Michigan's third surviving finalistw
was Don Nichols, who crashed .
through in the 175-pound title bout Chicago Fencers Retain 1
with an impressive win over Chuck Conference Chanpionslip
Mutter of Illinois.o
All of the final matches were de- CHICAGO, March 12.-(XP)-Chi-
cisions, no pins being registered. cado retained its Big Ten fencing
118-Pounds-John Speicher (Mich- team championship today, winning 23
igan defeated Dave Helman (Illinois). out of 30 bouts.
126-Pounds-Willard Duffy (In- Illinois placed second with 18%/
diana) defeated Allen Sapora (Illi- bouts won and 111 lost, with North-
nois).fwestern winning 14 and losing 16'
135 Pounds-Archie Deutschman and Wisconsin winning 13 and losing
(Illinois) defeated Joe Poman (In- 17.
(in)s Fred Kastan of Wisconsin, only de-
)fending champion in the individual
14 Pounds'- Larry Lederman events, lost his saber crown to Ed
(Wisconsin) defeated Bob Finwall Gustafson of Chicago.a
155 Pounds - Harland Danncr
(Mich..) defeated Rudolf Meyer SKATERS IN DETROIT
(Ohio State). DETROIT, March 12.-( 1)-Offi-
165 Pounds-John Ginay (Illinois) cials of the Michigan Roller Skating
-- - --- --- Association announced today that
chamnions from Flint Traverse Cit.
Walker, last year. :fere's how the goals were madc:
Doug Hayes kept Charlie Hoyt's (1) Fabello carried the puck
Wolverines in the quarter mile money across the blue line. passc to Cooke
with a fourth behind Iowa's surprise who was clear and who tallied (4:00
winner. Carl Tuefel. Tuefel broke first period).
fast and completely out raced his (2) The same play except Fa bello
touted Buckeye rival Harley Howellsand Cooke reversed positions. Fabllco
in 49.9. Miller of Indiana placed from Cooke (6:20, first)
third two yards in front of the game 3) Chadwick grabbed the puck
but tiring Hayes, with Elliott, also of in front of Michigan's net, skated
the Hoosiers and Sulzman of OSU Iswiftly down the entire ice, around
trailing in that order. Both men had the side of the defense and scored
previously beaten Hayes. (:56, first).
Chicago's stocky John Da'venport'. (4) James, on a pass from Fabello.
lived up to his prelim promise as he while crossing the blue line, scored
beat out a mediocre field in a blanket a direct hit (12:47, first).
finish of the 60-yard dash final. In (5)- Bill England, Paris, scored
winning Davenport eqgalled his own with no one near on an unassis
best time of the meet set in the semi- ith:47firstna
finals of 6.3 seconds. It was the Ma-(18 ,s.
roon's only win. Milt Padway gave Goalie Disgusted
,Wisconsin their fourth first. place in (6) Cooke passed to James neal
I the pole vault as he topped 13 feet the blue line who, without effort
I 4 3/4 inches. Jimmie Kingsley of; pushed it through the disgusted goalh
IMichigan barely missed the winning ( 2:45, second).
heighth after clearing 13 feet easily, (7) Chadwick scored on a re-
to take second money. Dave Cush- bound off the goalie's pads, causec
ling suffered an attack of buck fever by Hillberg's shot (16:01, second).
and went out before the bar was well I (8) Kempthorne scored on Midg-
off the ground, but Michigan's third ley's pass when Spike James came out
man in the event,
pulled over 12 feet 6
inches to gain a
three way tie for fifth. On his sec-
ond toss of the evening, Jake Town-
send, recently acquired from the
cage team, outdid himself with a toss
that fell just short of 46 feet and
placed him third behind Frary of Il-
linois who was second. The other Il-
lini entry, Gragg of whom better
things were expected by the forecas-
ters was able to snag only a fifth.
Ohio State came through as ex-
pected in the one mile relay, anchor-
man Harley Howells finishing 10
yards ahead of Illinois in the fastest
of the two heats in the event which
netted a time of 3:20.7. Michigan's
second behind Iowa in the slower heat
gave them a fourth with Iowa second,
Illinois third and Chicago fifth
Be Sure You're Set
til1.1kIV 1 lV1 11 , . ' Z Al
Jackson and Detroit would compete I
in the annual state championships
here Wednesday, Thursday and Fri-
NOTRE DAME WINS
SOUTH BEND, Ind., March 12.
(/')-Notre Dame won the 12th An-
iual Central Intercollegiate Confer-
ence indoor track meet today with
a record-breaking total of 56 points.
The previous record of 441/ points
was set by Notre Dame in 1929.
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