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THURSDAY, FEB. 17, 1938

T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGS

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Track

Team

To

Meet partans

Tonight In

Indoor Opener

Varsity Picked
To Take Meet;
Faulkner Is Out
Greer, Woodstra To Lead
MI. S. C.; Schwarzkop f,
Watson Seek -larks
The Michigan track team took a
lay-off from their practice grind yes-
terday afternoon in preparation for
their opener against the Michigan
State Spartan tonight at the Field
House.
The entries posted by Coach Charlie
Hoyt indicated that the Wolverines
will throw their full strength into
State in every event except the qua>
ter mile and.sprint.
Michigan will be' without the serv-
ices of their ace 440 man, Ross Faulk-
ner, due to an incomplete acquired
in the recent finals when a recurrence
of sinus prevented his taking a final.
The depleted sprint forces go into ac-
tion without Alan Smith. In every
other department Michigan will play
its full hand.
Triple Duty Man
Broken Field House recors in two
events appear imminent, the shot and
the two-mile run. Michigan's "One-
man track team," Bill Watson. doing
triple duty in the shot. sprint, and
high jump, has bettered his own
standard of 50 feet 1 inch consistent-
ly, needing only a meet in which to
make his efforts official.
"The Galloping adematon" will
flash his wares against Ken Waite,
Spartan runner and former IC-4A
cross country title holder. Waite will
double in the two-mile and mile.
The latter event should produce
one of the bitterest races of the meet
when Harold Davidson, Michigan jun-
ior, goes out to wipe out his defeat at
the hands of Waite last year. Waitej
and Davidson ran second and third
behind Clayton Bresford a year ago
when he established the present Field
House mark of 4:17.1 for the distance.
Flashy Spartan speedster Wilbur
Greer. will provide the invaders with
the only five points on which they
can depend in the 60-yard dash. His
teammate, Harvey Woodstra, while a
good bet in the hurdle&, will more
than have his hands full with able
Wolverine hurdlers Gedeon and Kel-
ley.
440 Chances Good
Only the fact that both teams are
limited to two entries in the quarter
saves the State forces from a shut-out
in that event. If a revamped half-
miler, Doug Hayes and Harvey Clarke,
the two Hoyt entries, live up to their
practice times they should have little
trouble in heading State's Wright.
Michigan has another pair of top-
notch sophomores doing the chores in
the 880 and high jump where Tom
Jester and Wes Allen, both freshman
record holders make their debut. Jes-
ter collaborating with Bill Buchanan
and Dye Hogan are strength enough
to keep the 880 under control.
Jimmie Kingsley, showing, vast im-
provement over his last year's form,
will renew his rivalry with Haberle
of State. Haberle however, will find
going easier against Michigan's soph-
omore Dave Cushing than against the
veteran Kingsley for whom 13 feet
6 inches is predicted tonight.
'ie meet will start at 7:00 p.m.
with everything in the power of the
oficials being done to ran the meet
off without a hitch.
BASEBALL NOTICE
All candidates for the Varsity
baseball team are requested to re-
port to Coach Ray Fiisher this week
to sign up for practice which will
start March 1.
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Seeks A First Tonight

Jimmic Kirn. sley will renew his
iivalry w(ih Habe Ic of State to-
night in the pole vault event, King-
sley is expected to out-vault the
Spartan.

ASIDE
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'3y IRWIN LISAGOR

EDITOR.'S NOTP : MV pi ('dP~(1'55(W.
Ar d r), 5+ o . } one of thelore-
m i)mmt i n is region.
ca't i1 lc vy his f r <or ite avocti on a:tlerse
,Ind (1 s a resul coi. es otit witJ)this bit
of inornlo on.
Dear Pete:
You undoubtedly already knowI
that the Michigan-Ohio State swim-'
ming meet due to be held in Colum-
bus Saturday is to be somewhat of a
barometric preview of what the Na-
tional Collegiate Chamnapionships will
be like, but it goes considerably far-
then tihan that.
Mike Peppe, the squinting mite who
rules the destinies ofv the Buckeye I
natators, holds no love for Matt
Mann. And that is putting it mildly.I
I am sure Mike would not hesistatf
to part with an extremely valuabl'l
.art of his anatomical structure in
echange for a crushing win ovea
the Michigan mentor. I have seen the
'ook in his eye at Big 'Ten meets and
I have heard of his doings in the
coaches' confabs.
And now Mike has brouglit
together by various and sundry
means his "dream" team-the
crew to sink Matt Mann. And
it's a great aggregation, Pete, al-
most perfectly balanced. I'm notj
so sure that Michigan will re-
tain its Collegiate title at Rut-
gers next' month-Ohia's balance
may prove too much for Michi--I
gan's concentrated free-style
strength when outsiders start
cutting into the Mo.e of
this later.
But as far as Saturday's dual meet
goes,n1 m confident Mike Peppe
must wait a little while longer. It
looks like the Wolverines will finish
the festivities some four or five points
ohe f t1he ('h1llcngers. here's (lhe
i c , e ho t r e t l d r, I 'i n l h i l " ex . "'' i u e ' ( rt l b . e i t
i he f'e 'the nic el. ill be decded
the ice-style sprii events. Coach
Mike has imported sopI Ioiores
Quayle and Sabol from the west and,
east coasts to do battle with Ed Kirar
and Walt Tomski. An extremely
adept pair, these Buckeye importa-
ions, but not. quite fast enough to
swing the meet. Give the Wolverine
duo 14 or 16 points in 50 and 100.
And Michigan willi need this

Matmen Leave
For East; Meet
Tern ie, Lebid
Wolverines Rated Favorite
Over Owls; Engineers
Have Strong Squad
With a victory over one strong eas-
tern squad, namely Penn State, under
their belts, Coach Cliff Keen and
company will leave this afternoon
for their dual meets with Temple
University Fridav and Lehigh Univer-
sity on the following day.
Those making the trip are co-cap-
tains John Speicher and Earl Thom-
a, Paul Cameron, Harold Nichols,
Jim Mericka, Harland Danner, Dick
Tasch, Den Nichols, Joe Savilla angl
Tim Tird.
Temple Looks Easy
Although Temple has a better than
average wrestling team there is little
doubt that the Wolverife grapplers
should take this match without much
trouble. It is the Lehigh match that
will arouse the greatest effort on the
part of the local matmen, and the
most enthusiasm from their follow-
ers.
Last year the Engineers took Coach
Keen's men in what might be called
a tough hick match. This year the
Wolverines are set to make up for
their mediocre showing of last year
and are favored to take this import-
1nt tournament,
By far the outstanding match of
"he meet will be in the 155 pound
class. Harland Danner, Coach Keen's
entry in this event, will come up
against Capt. Dick Bishop of the
Lehigh team. Both these men will
start the match with clean slates be-
hind them.
Speiclher May Ite peat
Co-captain John Speicher won his
match at 118 pounds in the first meet
with Lehigh, and he will be out to
repeat this win when he comes
against Walter Allen again this year.,
Paul Cameron lost his match last
year, however he was working in the
135 division. This time he will rep-
resent the Wolverines in the 126
pound class against Frank Burnett.
Co-captain Thomas suffered the
same fate as "Cammey" but this sea-
son he will seek a win over Gordon
Stone of the engineers at 135 pounds.t
splurge after the Ohio power-
house finishes with some of the
other events. Al Patnik andl
Jimmy Patterson are good forc
first and second in front of ak
Wolverine diving pair chosent
from Hal Benham, Jack Wolinr
and Adie Ferstenfeld. Higgins
and McKee will make it one-two
in the breast stroke over Coach
Mann's battler, Ed Mack. And1
Neunzig plus Woodling look goodr
enough to leave harry Rieke be-f
hind in the back-stroke. Butv
dor't sell Harry short. He's a bet-f
fer back-stroker than Woodling.
The question is whether or not her
is ready so soon after a two-yearI
layoff. And State will take the1
medley.-
That attack looks good enough tos
win the meet, but Tom Haynie andt
rid Hutchins or Dave Holmes are
down in my book for first and seconds
in both the 220 and 440 free-styler
events. Despite the fact Peppe has
sought to balance his one weak spot
by changing excellent sprinter BobL
Johnson into a corking good furlong
man. And the meet will end with ac
vic or.v for the Wolverintes in a hard-t
fought sprint relay. (Boy, wouldn't at
disqualification here be swell? Gett
it?). George Andros.t

Here Is How We Dope It
By ROY HEATH
ONE MILE RII N:
1. Davidson of Michigan-should win if in shape. Finished behind
Waite last year.
2. White of State-Lacks speed in stretch. May not double in
this event and two mile.
3. Frey of State-may fade.
60 YARD DASH:
1. Greer of State-A cinch on past perfoi ance.
2. Watson of Michigan--First start as sprinter.
3. Carl Culver or Norm. Purucker of Michigan-a toss up.
HIGH IHUR-DLES:
1. Gedeon of Michigan-A guess in a classy field.
2. Woodstra of State--Accustomed to board track. May move up.
3. Kelly of Michigan-hot in final practice. May win.
440-YARD DASH:
1. Hayes of Michigan-best Michigan 440 man in trials.
2. Clarke of Michigan-good but lacks speed.
3. Wright of State-two entries from each team places him.
TWO MILE RUN:
1. Schwarzekouf of Michigan--Can shatter 9:20 Field House rec-
ord any time he wants to.
2. Waite 'of State--a plugger in comparison to Schwarzekopf.
3. Whiehever State runner feels best. Only one Michigan entry.
LOW Ih"RDLES
1. Kelly of Michigan-if the'Irishman says he can-he may.
2. Gedeon of Michigan--can step over the barriers, should win.
3. Woodstra of State--will have to overcome a lead to win. Slow
bieaker at the post.
880 YARD RUN:
1. Jester iOf Michigan--can go the route and go it fast.
2. Buchanan of Michigan-if he, can go the distance.
3. Hogan of Michigan--may trail Greene of State. May beat Bu-
chanan.
SHOT PUT:

PIcknen Trip Paris
3-2 In Overtime Tilt,
(Continued from Page I)
4:26. Benny Walker again knotted
the markers on a flip from Bob Mid-
gely, 10:03. .
The overtime period was entirely
Michigan's as the forwards kept the
puck in the Parisians' territory.

Swimming Summaries
300-Yard Medley Relay: Won by
Michigan' (Reike, Haigh, Kirar) ; sec-
ond, Yale (Burns, Steers, Good). Time
-3:01.3.
220-Yard Freestyle: Won by Maci-
onis, Yale; second, Haynie, Michigan;
third, L. P. Brueckel, Yale. Time-
2:13.6.
50-Yard Freestyle: Won by Perry-
man, Yale; second, Tomski, Michigan;
third, Farnsworth, Michigan. Time-
0:23.7.
Dives: Won by Danforth, Yale,
116.53; second, Wolin, Mihigan,
116.39; third, Ferstenfeld, Michigan,
114.43.
100-Yard Freestyle: Won by Kirar,
Michigan; second, Tomsld, Michigan.;
third, Perryman, Yale. Time-0:52.8.
150-Yard Backstroke: Won by
Burns, Yale; second J. B. .Brueckel,
Yale; third, Reike, Michigan. Time-
1:39.6.
200-Yard Breaststroke: Won by
Macionis, Yale; second, Haigh,
Michigan; third, Mack, Michigan.
Time-2:31.4.
440-Yard Freestyle: Won by Hay-
rne, Michigan; second, Spendelow,
Yale; third, L. P. Brueckel, Yale. Time
-5:08.3.
400-Yard Freestyle Relay: Won by
Michigan (Tomski, Hutchens, Kirar,
Haynie) ;second, Yale (Duncan, Moo-
nan, Good, Macionis). Time-3:35.

SUMMARIES

1.
2.
3.
POLE
1.
2.
3.

Wtson of Michigan-with a 51 foot Field House Record.
.Ienkins of State--45 feet-no more.
Kinscy o' Michigan--so they say.
VAUT El~'
Kingsley of Michigan-13 feet anytime.
Haberle of State--12 foot 6 inches.
Cushing of Michigan-should tie for second.

Michigan (3)
E. James
Smith
Simpson
, Fabello
James
Allen

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HIGH JUMP:
1. Allen of Michigan--should c(lear 6 feet 4 inches.
2. atsou ot Michigan-triple duty. 5 feet 11 inches.
3. Moore of State--if Michigan's Culver doesn't tie or take him.
T~lE NE MIE RJAY:
g itAigi-, Abbott, Miller and Clarke passing the stick.
Time: 3:225.

Four Wolvertne Boxers Begin
Drive For State Honors Tonight

Paris (2)
England
Bestwick
Rae
Midglcy
Walker
Kempthorne

Michigan spares: Cooke, Chase,
Doran, Hillberg.
Paris spares : McKutchion, Pinkett,
Fair, Cuthbertson, Kuhlman.
Official: Paddy Farrell, Windsor.
First Period
Scoring: (1) James (Allen) 14:43.
Penalty: McKutchion, 17:57.
Second Period
Scoring: (2) Kuhlman (McKut-
chion) 10:16.
Penalty: Pinkett, 18:43.
Third Period
Scoring: (3) Allen (James), 4:26.
(4) Walker (Midgley) 10:03.
Overtime
Scoring: James (Allen) 8:50.
Penalty: Kempthorne. 8:33.

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The battling quartet of University a favorite to win the state crown.
of Michigan flighters who rode to vic- Cedric Sweet and Sam Root were
tory in the finals of the local Golden right on Rodnick's heels in the opin-
Gloves tournament two weeks ago ion of the packed house of fight fans.
will begin their drive for state honors Sweet slugged out a decision victory
at Grand Rapids tonight. over Dearborn's Ed Nowell while Root
Headed by Mike Rodnick, hard- continued his hard punching to twice
hitting Wolverine lightweight wlo I floor Tony Lammarato and easily
was judged the outstanding novice take the nod of the judges.
boxer of the Ann Arbor tourney, the { Chernin Withdraws
University contingent includes Ced- The other Wolverine entry who will
ric Sweet, heavyweight, and Tom and not see action at Grand Rapids is
Sam Root who are middleweight and featherweight Ken Chernin. Ken
welterweight respectively. withdiew from the tournament after
have Cla ce For Tities \v1wipping Clyde Moore of Ann Arbor
Rodnick, Sweet, and Sam Root i the semi-finals.
pounded out decisive victories in the The Michigan battlers along with
Armory finals Feb. 3, while Tom Root the 11 other Ann Arbor champions
won the middleweight crown by de- with their expenses paid to Grand
fault. Rapids, will meet the top-notchers
In tie Armory finals, Mike Rod- from Flint, Bay City, Port Huron,
In he rmoy fnal, Mke od-Jackson, IKalamazoo, and Muske-
nick brought the action in the novice go hewnerznth n divi-
lightweight division to a climax in gon the winners in theofn divir
his bout with Phil Donati of Dear- the Tournament of Champions
born. Phil had scored his third --______________
straight knockout of the tourney in
the semi-finals, stopping Herman De-
Marco, Ann Arbor favorite, in the
second round. But Donati found Rod-
nick a diferent proposition.
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