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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDA

Whip

Buckeyes;

Sextet Downs

Gophers

Varsity Shows
Power In Field
Events,_Sprints
Take Six Firsts In 55-40
Victory; Watson Breaks
Shot Put Record
(Continued from Page 1)
breezed in without pressure in the
dash, while Buckeye Bob Lewis and
Norm Purucker waged a hot battle
for second place, Lewis winning in
a close finish.
Watson Misses Record
As usual, Watson out-heaved his
shot-put competitors, with a toss of
51 feet, one and a half inches. In a
feature event, which didn't count in
the score, Bill tried to break the
existing worlds' record with a 12-
pound shot. He threw it 60 feet, five
and seven-eighths inches, little more
than an inch shy of the mark.
In the quarter and half-mile events,
Michigan bowed to the Buckeyes.
Jack Sulzman put on a stretch drive
to overtake Harley Howells in the
440, with Doug Hayes giving the Wol-
verines a third when Ross Faulkner
faded from the race.
In the 880-yard battle, Dye Ho-
gan set the pace, then succumbed
to Dick Squire. His mates, Bill Bu-
chanan and Tom Jester. Squire
traveled in with a 1:57.1, as Buchan-
an displayed a finish spurt, which
couldn't quite match Squire.
Harold Davidson, Michigan's de-
pendable miler, moved ahead of Tom1
Sexton on the second lap, main-
tained his lead throughout.
Allen Ties Albritton
Dave Albritton, worlds' record hold-
er in the high jump, found Michigan's
Wes Allen, colored sophomore, able
to match his 6 feet, four and three-
quarters inch leap for a first place
tie in the event.
Jim Kingsley again made an ef-
fort to pole vault 13 feet, six inches
but failed to attain that height. His
13 feet elevation was good enough for
his customary first.
Ohio State's title-winning relay
team, which has broken Field House
marks at both Illinois and Indiana
this year, spotted Michigan a 20-
yard lead on the first leg, rallied to

Four Out

Of Five

Michigan ins
Share In Title
In Last Period
Smack Allen Scores Five
Points; Minnesota Goalie
Fractures Skull
(Continued from Page 1)
The latter looked almost too easy due
to Bredesen's rawness.
Wild Last Period
In the final hectic period Mich-
igan's first line performed all but
two minutes. It was another case of
iron-man stuff which in former years
featured Gopher-Wolverine ice tilts.
Bucko Smith did not leave the battleI
once, giving for a solid hour.'
Minnesota took the offensive in thef
first period and gained a two-point
lead which looked mighty big. Wal-
lace scored on a pass from Loane Ran-
dall and Dick Kroll followed on Bred-
e:en's pass. The second Gopher goal
Earl Petrich, Minnesota goalie
who received a fractured skull in
the hockey game last night was
removed to the University Hospit-
al immediately where an opera-
tion was performed by Dr. Max
Peet. According to reports he is
resting comfortably.
came with John-Mariucci in the pen-
alty box and most of the Michigan
team about the Northerners' net.

jWrestling Is 'Broadening' Sport -.-
So Contends Mat Ace Danner

By BETSEY ANDERSON
Harland Danner, stellar Varsity
wrestler, introduced a new angle into
the usual viewpoint toward. the mat
game when he stated in a recent in-
terview that wrestling was "very
broadening for character as well as
for personality."
And the blond, curly-headed juniorI
mat star ought to know, since he's
been out for competitive wrestling for,
more than five years now and wentI
to the Nationals last year. The most1
spectacular member of the Wolver-
ine squad, he is a great favorite with
the fans at every meet because of
his unorthodox antics.
He probably knows less scientific
wrestling than many of his oppon-
ents, but his speed, strength, elusive-
ness and daring usually tell the tale
in the end. He's always willing to
gamble..
Wins All Matches
Ru'ner-up in the conference meet
last year in the 165-pound class, he
has moved down a notch this year to
take ex-captain Bissell's place and so
far is undefeated at 155-pounds
having won all but two matches by
falls.
In contrast to the general run of
athletes and to his own teammates
in particular, who had the hardest
time of all Varsity teams in escap-
ing the eligibility bugaboo, the 22
year old grappler has a scholastic
record which even a Phi Bete would
not sneeze at.
Majoring in Romance Languages,
he says that he will be through with
wrestling after he gets his A.B. and
plans to go into graduate work and
higher education. He became in-

terested in Spanish through a trip to
Mexico two years ago and at present
uses any spare time he can find to
make a study of social customs in
Mexico. And he claims that the sen-
oritas there are all that they're
cracked up to be.
Lacks Pro Features
Good-looking and with features
that a movie star would be proud of
he definitely disproves the popular
idea that all college. wrestlers look
like Man Mountain Dean, gesticulate
like Ali Baba and talk like Lord Pat-
rick Landsdowne Finnegan. A home
town boy, he took up wrestling at
Ann Arbor High, where he was also
a guard on the football team and a
star gymnast as well.
When asked his greatest agmbition,
with a far away look in his eyes, he
dreamily answered "that it was to
pluck the hairs from the chest of Ali
Baba."
ST ENOTY PY
MACHINE SHORTHAND
New Classes Now Forming
Day and Evening
Hamilton
Business College
William at State... Ph. 7831

Smack Allen, brilliant Michigan
center, scored four goals and one
assist to lead his mates to a close
win over Minnesota last night.
Play-Offs Start

H ocke 1iVarsity Starts Slow
oc~eyMichigan appeared disorganized
throughout the initial 20 minutes and
could not get past the defense, even
Two Independent Teams with Minnesota one man short.
Are Still Running Two goals in the second period by
Allen came so fast that the stands
The schedule for the play-offs in hardly had time to realize even one
the all campus intramural hockey had been scored. Showing no punch
tournlcam wsitran uced ho at the start of the frame, the Varsity
tournament was announced yesterday sparked to life and the whole Mich-
and six teams will take to the ice igan line participated on the first, Fa-
next week and the week after to de- belo to James to Allen. Within 16
termine who is to win the gold niedals. seconds Allen tied the game on an un-
F assist from the center of the forward
Four fraternity and two indepen- I zone.
dent teams have earned their way,
into the playoffs by dint of their ex-
cellent showings made during the Hockey Summaries
regular schedule.
The seeding is so arranged that Michigan (5) Pos. Minnesota (3)
the final game will pit one of the E. James .......G,........ Petrich
fraternities against one of the inde- Smith ........... D ........... Kroll

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event. Chuck Miller, acting pendent teams.
last night, faltered on the permits one of

This arrangement Simpson ........ D....... Bredesen
the fraternities to Allen ........... C........ Randall

second leg, permitting Sulzman to
make up the deficit. Anchorman4
Howells provided a strong finish. <

Track Summaries

I

One-Mile run-Won by Davidson
(M); second, Sexton (OS); third,
Spellicy (OS). Time 4:21.8.
60-Yard dash-Won by Watson
(M); second, Lewis (OS); third, Pu-
rucker (i). Time :06.4.
440-Yard run-Won by Sulzman
(OS); second, Howells (OS); third,
Hayes (M). Time :50.5.
Shot Put-Won by Watson (M);
second, Fordham (OS); third, Kinsey
(M). Distance 51 feet 1%/ inches.
(New dual meet record.)
65-Ward High Hurdles-Won by
Gedeon (M); Second, Kelley (M);
third, Albritton (OS). Time :08.1.
Two-Mile Run-Won by Benner
(OS); second, Schwarzkopf (M);
third, Whittaker (OS). Time 9:19.7
(New dual meet and Field House rec-
ord).
8 0-Yard Run-Won by Squires
(OS); second, Buchanan (M); third,
Jester (M). Time 1:57.1.
65-Yard Low Hurdles-Won by Ge-
deon (M); second, Kelley (M); third,
Pagel (OS). Time :07.3.
Pole(Vault-Won by Kingsley (M);
second, Cushing (M) ; third, Farrell
(M). Height 13 feet.
One-Mile Relay - Won by Ohio
State (Lewis, Sulzman, Knight and
Howell). Time 3:23.3.
High Jump-Tied for first between
Allen (M) and Abritton (OS); third,
Watson (M). Height 6 feet 4 3/4
inches.

claim the title of intrafraternity James...... W .......Hokanson
champions, although there is no Fabello .......... W ........ Wallace
award for such. Michigan spares: Cooke, Chase,
The fraternity teams who will play Hillberg, Chadwick.
are Chi Psi, Trigon, Phi Kappa Psi Minnesota spares: Anderson, Rhein-
and Sigma Phi, while the two inde- berger, St. Vincent, Mariucci.
pendent teams are the Cougars and Officials: Paddy Farrell, Windsor;
the Hiawatha Club. Ray Reynoldls, Chatham.
The schedule for the matches is First Period
as follows: Scoring: (1) Wallace (Randall)
14:39; Kroll (Bredesen) 19:09. Pen-
Chi Psi vs. Trigon-tomorrow alty: Allen (tripping 8:03; Mariucci
Phi Psi vs. Sigma Phi-Tues- (tripping) 17:12.
day, March L Second Period
Cougars vs. Hiawatha-Wed- Scoring: (3) Allen (Fabello, James)
nesday, March 2. 9:38; (4) Allen (Unassisted) 9:54.
Intrafraternity Finals --- Thurs- Penalty: Anderson (tripping) 7:06.
day, March 3. Third Period
All Campus Finals-Wednes- Scoring: (5) Allen (unassisted)
day, March 9. 11:08; (6) Wallace (unassisted)
~ ---11:42; (7) Allen (James, Fabello)
13:25; (8) James (Allen) 14:01. Pen-
CUNNINGHAM SETS MARK jalties: Kroll (tripping) 4:04; Rhein-
NEW YORK, Feb. 2G.-(P)--The berger (tripping) 12:54; Anderson
great Glenn Cunningham romped off (tripping) 18:31.
with the National A.A.U. 1,500 meters - Saves

He's Notoing To Jump!
He's just suffering
fro B.K.'s -
B. K.'s or Baggy Knees as
the disease is more commonly
known, can be readily cured
by sending your pressing to
Goldman's, where the knife-
like press lasts.
S.S. or Shiny Seat is likewise
remedied by an application of
Goldman's Re-Texturing.
"A Michigan Institution For Over
A Score of Years"
Prhone
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championship tonight with a worldT
record-shattering performance. Cun-T
ningham raced to triumph in 3 min-
utes, 48.4 seconds for the "metric
mile," beating Gene Venzke by 35
yards and wiping out the latter's for-
mer mark of 3:49.9, set in 1936.
Read It In The Daily

Michigan .............11 9 6
Minnesota ..............6 12 8

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