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Y, FEB. 26, 1938

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Track, Puck Teams See Action Here

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I'atmen, Cagers

10S. 'o Face Hoytmen
Here A Matmen Meet
Ihks CIn Columbus
Charlie Hoyt's latest track crea-
tion will receive its first taste of'
rough-shod Big Ten competition to-
night when number one Wolverine
rival of the cinder lanes, Ohio State,
invades the Field House.
Under the astute guidance of Larry
Snyder, a man of determination and
resource whose greatest joy is win
over Michigan, the Bucks take the
track an exceedingly formidable foe
set to wreak all the havoc possible,
win, loose, or draw.
With a decisive win in their first
meet safely tucked in the record book,
the Wolverines, under a no less deft
Charlie Hoyt and appearing some-
what more powerful over-all intend
to preserve their Conference title
dreams yet a while longer regardless
of what Ohio State feelings they
have to trample.
Heading the Buckeye expditionary
forces is Olympian Dave Albritton,
co-holder of the world standard in
the high jump who also works with
considerably less brilliance in tP
high and low hurdles where he will
run afoul of Michigan's crack timber1
team of Gedeon and Kelley.
440, 880 Toughest
The most crucial events of the meet
for the Hoytmen appear to be the
440 and 880. In the shorter race
Doug Hayes and Ross Faulkner face
the smooth running veteran Harley
Howells. Credited with a sub-48
second race outdoors where he is at
his best, Howells teamed with sopho:
more "Silent" Knight will give the
Michigan runners a strenuous eve-
ning.
Another veteran-sophomore com-
bination faces Michigan in the 880
at which distance the O.S.U. per-
formers are Dick Squire, second in
the outdoor Big Ten meet last year,
and Bob Cooperrider. Attempting to
split the Buck combine will be Tom
Jester and Bill Buchanan who last
week finished 1-2 with inches be-
tween them.
Tn the mile and two-mile Larry
Snyder has a number of .onscientious
but uninspired performers at his cis-
posal. Headed by Bill Benner and
Jim Whittaker,. the Bukeyes will be
hard put to do better than place and
show against Michigan's sophomore
distance ace, Ralph Schwarzkopf in
the two-mile and Harold Davidson in
the mile.
Watson A Point-Getter
Big Bill Watson may add five points
in the sprint to his customary five in
the shot. Running for Ohio, Paul
Garrett, who ran second in a 6.5
heat when the Bucks trimmed Il-
linois last week and Bob Lewis, third
in the Conference 220 last season but
a slow breaker indoors, may be able to
head the ponderous Negro star.
Practically a sure thing in the pole
vault is Jim Kingsley, Michigan's
slightly built up-and-over artist who
topped 13 feet last week and has
shown himself capable of a 13 foot 6
inch effort since. Good but not quite
good enough for Albritton is Wolver-
ine Wes Allen who nevertheless will
give the great Buck a stiff battle.
Never beaten until the tape is brok-
en but lacking a Birleson or an Os-
good to take the stick for them the
Michigan rally will have to show a
considerable reduction of time elapsed
to nose out Sulzman, Robinson,
Knight and Howells in the finale.
The meet gets under way at 7:30
p.m .and will include, besides the
regular events, the finals of the Inter-
Fraternity half -mle relays and a spe-
cial 12 pound shot put in which Bill
Watson will be aiming at the 60 foot
71f inch world's record.
Hatmen Favored
Seeking their sixth consecutive win
of the season, Coach Cliff Keen and
his Wolverine matmen will face a

strong Ohio State team tonight on
the hdome mats of the Buckeyes at
Columbus.
Due to the slight shoulder injury
of co-captain Earl Thomas, and re-
cent illness of Paul Cameron, the
Michigan squad will not be at full
potential strength when they come
up against the Scarlet delegation.
Speicher After Seventh
Co-captain John Speicher, Coach
Keen's entry in the 118 pound class
will be after his seventh straight win
of the season when he comes against
Varney of the host team. Going on
the past performances of these two
men Speicher should be able to start
the Wolverine's score off with a de-
cision and more than ikely a pin.
Should Paul Cameron be unable
to carry, the Wolverine colors in the
126 pound class, Jim Laing will get
the call to woi k in this division. This
would be Laig's first appearance in
a meet and in either case the Michi-
gan man will come up against Hall
of Ohio State.
In the 1135, 145 and 155 pound
SECRETA
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Varsity 56; Bucks 39,
Declares Our Dopester
By ROY HEATH
THE ONE-MILE RUN
1. Davidson of Michigan-a great
sprint for the tape.
2. Benner of Ohio State-will be
close up.
3. Taylor of Ohio State-garden
variety.
THE 60-YARD DASH
1. Watson of Michigan-on a
hunch.
2. Lewis of Ohio State-was shut
out last week.
3. Garrett of Ohio State or Culver
. of Michigan.
THE HIGH HURDLES
1. Gedeon of Michigan-anotherl
Osgood.
2. Kelley of Michigan-improved.
may win.
3. Albritton of Ohio State-a great
high jumper.
THE 440-YARD RUN
1. Howells of Ohio State-50 flat
last time out.
2. Faulkner of Michigan-50.4 in
practice.
3. Hayes of Michigan or Knight of
Ohio State.
THE 880-YARD RUN
1. Squire--Ohio State-a veteran
with what it takes.
2. Jester of Michigan--beat him-
self last week.
3. Buchanan of Michigan or Coop-
errider of Ohio State.
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THE TWO-MILE RUN
1. Schwarzkopf of Michigan-a
new Field House record. 9:20.
2. Benner of Ohio State-two is too
much.
3. Whittaker of Ohio State-should
place second.
THE LOW HURDLES
1. Kelley of Michigan-on the
Irishman's good word.
2. Gedeon of Michigan-a first on
the record.
3. Rogers of Michigan--Albritton+
is still a high jumper.
THE SHOT PUT
1. Watson of Michigan-- this is not
a hunch.
2. Kinsey of Michigan-_-on last
weeks effort.
3. Fordham of Ohio State -not if
Michigan can dig up anolher
shot man.
THE POLE VAULT
1. Kingsley of Michigan--13 feet
6 inches.
2. A tie between Cushing of Michi-
gan and Lucas of Ohio State.
3. Ferrell of Michigan-12 feet.
THE HIGH JUMP
1. Albritton of Ohio State. -the
same great high jumper.
2. Allen of Michigan--will force
Dave.
3. Watson and Culver of Michigan.
THE ONE MILE RELAY
Ohio State but don't count
Michigan out.

ke To Road
Hockey Teai Must Defeat
G;Ophers To Shart' Tit1e:
eagers sM eet ow I
Can Michigan tike tihe Musota
hockey team to camp this evening and
gain at least a tie for the Big TenI
ice crown? The Wolverines have the
ability as they definitely showedj
Thursday night when they put them-
selves two points ahead early in the
third period even though they did
lose.
But will they? That's pure conjec-
ture.
Minnesota had a defense that was
almost invincible but Michigan dem-
onstrated that the Gophers' hefty sec-I
ondary can be cleared. If the Wol-
verines' Fabello-Allen-James line did
it Thurrday they can surely repeat the
process tonight. And once past the
defense-.
Big Crowd Expected
From the size of the previous crowd,
there can be no doubt that the Fifth
Street Coliseum will be anything but
tightly jammed with another mass of
vociferous out-for-blood fans.
The absence of a second line center
hindered Michigan a great deal and
will again be a major problem. With
Everett Doran ineligible, Les Hill-
berg was shifted to center and did well
considering his inexperience at the
post. George Cooke was put at right
wing and Ed Chase flanked on the
left.
The Wolverine first line performed
for over three-quarters of the entire
60 minutes and it is likely that it'll
be called on to do the same tonight.
In a game like Thursday's, which con-
tained so much bodily contact and
bruising bumps, the line displayed a
great deal of stamina.
Allen Leads Scoring
Smack Allen stepped ahead of team-
mate Gib James in the Michigan high
scoring race but only by a narrow
margin of one point. Cib raised his
total to 29 by means of a pass on
which Allen scored. Allen gained the
extra notch by passing to Johnny
Fabello.
Minnesota's biggest weakness lies
in the goal tending department. Pee-
Wee Petrich was saved at times from.
having more goals scored on him by

M ermeiADefat
Iowa Tankers
In Close'e
Ilawkeyes Provide Strong
pjositon But Suceumn
: -: i, t''aynie Loses
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and gave disappointing exhibitions.
Adolph Fer stenfeld and Hanley Stal-
ey, Coach Matt Mann's nominees for
action, pressed too hard and finished
in the runner-up and fourth place
slots. Ferstenfeld lost by a two point
margin to Arnie Christens of Iowa
and brought about his own dooml
with a "crack-up" in the cutawayf
dive.
Captain Kirar, closely pursued byl
his teammate, Walt Tomski, tied thel
pool and Big Ten record in the 50_
yard dash with a time of :23.4. Both
Wolverines were well out in' front of
lengths.
Francis Heydt, who started the
Iowans on the victory trail in the'
300-yard medley relay, gave his team
a first in the 150-yard backstroke
event, finishing in 1:40 flat. Harry
Rieke, Michigan's best dorsal splash-
er, finished third, a short distance
behind Al Armbruster.
SUMMARIES
300 Yard Medley-won by Iowa
(Heydt, Allen and Reed). Time 3:02.9.
220 Yard Free Style-Won by
Christians (I); second, Haynie (M);
third, Hutchens (M). Time 2:16.5.
50 Yard Free Style-Won by Kirar
(M); second, Tomski (M); third,
Kershaw (I). Time :23,4.
Diving-Won by Christen (I)
109.9 points; second, Ferstenfeld (M)
107 l)oints; third, Stark (I) 105.5
points.
100 Yard Free Style-Won by Kir-
ar (M); second, Tomski (M); third,
Reed (1). Time: 53.
150 Yard Back Stroke--Won by
Heydt (I; second, Armbruster (I);
third, Rieke (M). Time 1:40.
200 Yard Breast Stroke--Won by
Haigh M); second, Allen (I); third,
Mack (M). Time 2:31.3.
440 Yard Free Style-Won by
Haynie (M); second, Christians (I) ;
third, Holmes (M). Time 5:04.1.
400 Yard Relay--Won by Michigah
i(Tomskj, Farnsworth, Hutchens and
Kirar - Time 3:38.5.,
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(Continued from Page 1).
plans to go out for pro-football and

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A'S RIN LSGEOS
.By RyIRS IN LSAGR n

rrb gan's "Galloping A u t o m a t o n."
Shwarzkopf, by the way, is no posing
lE ei e pad tie le stev Adoi The other day, a Detroi,
en Mason tOiiht , during t,h" hos'apher was snapping his picture
OhiO Stat-Michigan track meet. Trhe and tried to coax a smile for the bir-
S.nolnc"r w ll read this brief mes- die. But Schwarzkopf wouldn't bare a
<ge: crinkle, and the lensman was heard
to mutter, "What a grim .Mn he's
We pause for a nonient this I got!" Don Lash was never seen grin-
evening to inv tribute to Stevens ning like Bob Taylor in the papers,
Aalsoi, Michigan's track captai- and he's done all right for himself.
elect f r the present season, I
whose death last summer sad-I Vic Heyliger, who has re-
dened us all, The fighting spirit subscribed to the college plan, is
of Steve, his happy comradeship, tired of being pestered with in-
his ready laugh and his instine- h

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Dave Albritton, who is co-holder
of the world record in the high
jump at 6 feet 10a inches, will be
one of the mainstays of the strong
Buckeye track squad which i-
vades the Field House tonight. In
addition to the high jump Albrit-
ton is entered in the hurdles.

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five personal dedication to the
spirit of Michigan leave behind .
memories which will be long
cherished and remembered by all
of his fellow students and par-
ticularly the teammates and
coaches with whom he was in
daily contact.
Lash's Successor ..
They contend at Indiana that Don
Lash's immediate successor has been
ound in the person of Tommy Deck-
ard, slender distance man. Against
)hio State a fortnight ago, he ne-
gotiated the mile in 4:15.5 and came
back 40 minutes later to do the two
mile in 9:31.5. Last Saturday, he
shaved his two-mile time down to
9:27.8, and clipped more than a sec-
>nd from Lash's Indiana Field House
record in the mile with a 4:12.8 mark.
Deckard will have to keep whittling
n his two-mile time before he en-
counters Ralph Schwarzkopf, Michi-
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Ann Arbor, what happened with
the tlackhawks, etc. So geaver
implores us to tell the inquisitive
gentry that he received his un-
conditional release from the Chi-
cago Pros, and that he returned
to Ann Arbor for removal of his
tonsils. But the operation will
have to await its turn as he is
busy now with a throat infection.
Meanwhile, graduate work
seemed to offer a worthwhile oc-
cupation.
DOTS AND DASHES: Berger Lar-
son, Varsity diamond captain in '36,
doing graduate work now, is walking
these days after a winter spent rid-
ing local street; on his stream-lined
bike . . . It seems Berger left his
traveling companion on the street
while he went into the Dental Bldg.
for molar inspection. . . And when he
- came out ,the bike wAs in the custody
of some vandal, gone but not for-
gotten .

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the fine work of his defense. Shots
from near the blue line had him sonic-
what baffled and one which bacami a
scoei he did not even Bee.
Iecause of fhe track meet tonight's
game will not start until 8:30 p.m.
Bolstered by their impreix eI-
nphove r Wis'onsin last
team engages in a revenge duel to-
night at Iowa City against Iowa's
unpredictable Hawkeyes.
It was less than two weeks ago that
the erratic Iowans fired the prelim-
inary blast to the Wolverine title

prr - iku a fter his graduation in
June. And he shiows that the Gophers
live up to their reputation as "he-
rm " by the statement that he gen-
erally waits a week before shaving.
He started hockey in high school
because the basketball coach wouldn't
give him a suit, and he went to
Minnesota after planning to go to

'41 Track Team
Schtedu les Three
-Telegraphic Meets
By DICK SILIK(
Characterized by Coach Ken
Doherty as being up to par cf any r
of his recent squads the fres-human
track team really must have some-
thing. Following in the wake of last
year s stellar aggregation which has
contributed so many valuable addi-
tions to this year's Varsity this rat-
ing by Coach Doherty speaks well
for the men of '41.
The team is well fortified in all
events with the exception of the pole
vault. As yet no vaulter has been -un-
covered who can touch the 1i foot
mark,
Good it) Prospects
Jim Monahan and Warren Breit-
enbach are the foremost speedsters l
each capable of .06.5 e 60 yard
distance. In the 44 ! Letritz
is the class of the field with a best
time of 51.7 but he is closely followed
by Dick France.
Taking up int he hurdks where!
Kelly, Olmstcad, and Kutsche of lastj
year's frosh team left ofl Ken has l
Jeff Hall and Don Canham in the I
highs and the same two plus Ancel
Hosmer, Charlie Doan, a-nd Bob Bar-j
nard in the lows.
Strong in Disfamces
In the longer distances the squad
is also stro1ir. Half-nxrs lcwie l-
ert and Art Cline are c sified by j
Doherty as two-indivh' men' I" n
the mile Joe ia iels, Jack Dobson,
and Dick Nortlhway have all Iturned I
in creditable perforiWuimnces>.
On the basis of ]is sqi iad 's poten-
tial dual meet stre acb Do-
herty has arravmged an indoor tele-
graphic meet schedule in which the
Wolverine yearlings will nice t the
freshman squads of the other three
strongest track teams in the Confer-
ence. The opposition in today's meet
will be provided by Ohio State. Wis-
consin on March 5 and Indiana on
March 12 complete - the schedule. j

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OUR SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS Will
meet with your approval.
These Special Dinners range from 50c
to 75c.
ou r f omic -ade Candy' is m),d efrerh
dally.
PREKETE'S
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nopes in a ;8 to ;u victory, a job Maquc e Us the result of
which Minnesota abruptly completed phone call.

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classes the fate of both teams will
be determined. Jim Mericka may be
the Wolverine representative in the
135 pound division against Tuckey of
the Buckeyes. So far this season-
Mericka has entered two matches and
won both of them by falls,
Nichols Seeks Sixth.
Harold Nichols, who has made the
greatest improvement of any in-
dividual on the Wolverines so far this
year, will be out for his sixth win of
the season when he meets Mindlin of
Ohio State in the 145 pound class.
The outstanding match of the eve-
ning will feature Michigan's Har-
land Danner showing his unorthodox
methods against Peltier of the Buck-
eyes. Both of these men have perfect
records to their credit, although
Danner's list of wins is much more'
impressive than that of his opponent.
With the improved showing of
Dick Tasch Coach Keen hopes to'
cash in on the upper weight divisions.
Tasch will carry on in the 165 pound I
division and his rival will be Hucken,
who lost his first match of the season
against John Ginay of Illinois. Ginay
defeated Danner in last year's Big
Ten meet.
175 Pounders Good
-Nichols will attempt to keep
his slate clean when he faces Art
Boehun, Ohio State's candidate, in
the 175 pound class. Both of these
men have impressive records so fur
this season but Boehm has a slight
edge by virtue of his greater exper-
ience.
The heavyweight class will find
Tim Hird of the Wolverines working
against Captain Downes of the Buck-
eyes.
FOOTBALL NOTICE
All football candidates are re-
quested to bring their spring class
programs to me. Also, those can-
didates who wish to exercise may
secure locker permits from me.
W. J. Weller
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Yet the Varsity. is ou eding li
Hawkeyes nothing in the return en-
gagement. They point to their play
against the hapless Badgers iast
week as indicative of their true fom n
and discard the last Iowa engage-
ment as an oIl inht Cie that as it
may, the wtsterner's tendency to rise
from the ridiculous to the sublime
makes any prognostication difficult.
Any temn which can consecutively
beat Michigan, lose to Chicago, and
then come back to whip Northwes-
tern's league leaders is an amazing
club. That's the record the Hawk-
eyes have compiled, and that's the
reason the game tonight cannot be!
figured on past performance.
Michigan will be a trifle short of
full strength, Eddie Thomas' shoul-
der injury is still hampering his play.
Should Thomas need replacement,
Freddie Trosko, diminutive . Flint
sophomore, will be substituted.
Michigan's Capt. John Townsend
will be seeking to increase his 107
point Conference total tonight and

Another Iron Range (MinnJ play-
er, he has scored in all but two of the
gam's that he has played during his
career and few defenses have been
able to stop his fast skating and clev-
er stick handling.
boost his standing among the Big
Ten scorers. At present Jake ranks
fifth in the loop, seven points behind
Ohio State's Jimmy Hull.
In preparing for this evening's fray,
the Varsity might well turn back to
the Wisconsin game for their secret
of success. If the backline can retain
its new found long shot accuracy, if
lanky Jimmy Rae continues to tip-
in missed shots from underneath, and
if Townsend has a little room to move
around in, the Varsity will be a
tough ball club to beat:.
Probable lineups:
Michigan p"". Iowa
Townsend . .....-. f. Stephen
Thomas....... .f........Kinnick
Rae . ........:c ....,.....Drees
Beebe ........... g .. , ......Suesens

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