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THE MICHIGANDAILY

Iverine Track

Team

Conquers

Michigan State,

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rong Varsity
'eam Cracks.
Five Records
son Tops Field House
lot Record; Gedeon
es Hurdle Mark
(Continued from Page 1)
rd dash for the Spartans' only
y and in doing so he tied the
meet record with his time of
expected stretch battle between
illers Ralph Schwarzkopf and
Frey did not materialize as
arzy and team-mate, Karl Wis-
eamed up to romp home in a
heat well ahead of the Spartan
in the rather slow time of
rold Davidson picked up the pace
e last two laps to win the mile
24.1 with team-mate Brad Heyl
ng Fehr of the Spartans for the

Indiana Cage Team
Sets Terrific Pace
To LeadBig Ten
Riding tie crest of a six-game win-
ning streak, Indiana's young and fast
basketball quintet is now public enemy
number one to nine other Big Ten
teams. The Hoosiers have leaped over
vaunted Minnesota, passed Ohio State
and now are notched in first place
with a record of six won and only
one lost.
Since they dropped their season's
opener to Ohio, the fighting Indiana
outfitrhas been traveling at a terri-
fic pace-a pace which is likely to
bring them the Conference cham-
pionship unless somebody does some-
thing mighty quick.
The Hoosiers' rookie front line of
THE STANDINGS

Sextet Tries

To Recapture
Winning Form
Hillberg Replaces Doran
Against A Sixteen-Man
Woodstock Team
Facing the 16 man squad of the
Woodstock Trojans Michigan's fal-
tering hockey sextet will be making
a determined effort tonight at the
Coliseum to get back in the win
column, a place where they have not
been seen since their victory over
Illinois.
Weakened by the loss of Ev Doran
from the first string forward wall,
Coach Lowrey has been forced to move
Capt. Les Hillberg into the vacant
post. Taklig over his post in the de-
fense position will be Bert Stodden,
who has shown possibilities in that
spot at various times so far this sea-
son.

Tomski Enters St
Hopes To Crac
Temporarily halted by finals, the By MEL FINEBEUG
Intramural sports program gets back Out of the shadows that covered
into full swing this week with a num- him for two years has finally emerged
ber of tournaments ready to be start- the swimming star of Waldemar
ed. Entries for the tournaments Tomski of the Detroit swimming
should be in by Saturday, Feb. 18. Tomskis.
Almost lost for two-thirds of his
The tournaments starting will collegiate career in the umbrage of
be: Ed Kirar, collegiana's premier dash
All-Campus: Handball doubles, Oman, all but overlooked as "the other
Codeball, Paddleball, Necatos, Michigan sprinter," Tomski made it
Bowling singles and doubles, and a real coming-out party against Yale
Badminton. last Saturday.
-Ha.eFor Tomski, the meet was a cele-
Faculty: Handball singles and bration of two things. The first was
doubles, Squash, Bowling, and his return to eligibility, necessary ad-
Tennis sigles. junct in this educational institution.
Graduates: Handball singles The second was in Tomski's words,
and doubles, Squash, Bowling "a rejuvenation in celebration of the
singles and doubles, and Tennis departure of Ed Kirar." So Tomski
singles. Bowlers mustroll their celebrated his swimming renaissance
games by Saturday. and rejuvenation by tying the Nation-
Coach Ray Courtright is now con- al Collegiatemark in the 50 yard
ducinggol casss o Tesdjs ndfree style and then swimming the
ducting golf classes on Tuesdays and third fastest 100 in collegiate history.
Thursdays at 3:30, and Mondays and His 22.9 in the 50 tied Charles
Wednesdays at 3:30 and 4:30. Classes Flachman's mark and his 52.1 cen-
run for three weeks, after which new tury was .5 , behind Walter Spence's
classes are formed. record. Spence and Harvard's Charley

wim Limelight;
k Several Marks

W L
Indiana ............ 6 1
Ohio State......... 5 2
Illinois ...... 6 3
Purdue .............4 2
Minnesota..........5 3
Northwestern........4 3
Michigan...........2. 5
Wisconsin ..........2 5
Iowa.............. 2 6
Chicago ............ 1 7

Pct.
.857
.714
.667
.667
.625
.571
.286
.286
.250
.125

Coach Hoyt elected to run Phil
lyeat and Waldo Abbott in the 440
d Phil came through in his yarsity
but to win by 10 yards over Don
ielnnes of the Spartans. His time
,s :50.2.
Dye Hogan took the lead in the
lf-mile as the runners entered the
al lap and maintained that lead
win in 1:58.8 as five of the first
: finishers were Wolverines.
Stan Kelley, who finished second
Gedeon in the high sticks, won
e low hurdles easily in :07.4 as Bob
lrnard and Jeff Hall gave Michi-
n a sweep in the race.
Michigan picked up eight points in
e pole vault as Dave Cushing and
is Fabyan went over 12 feet to tie
: the top spot.
Summaries
60 yard dash: Won by Greer, MSC;
Cond, Smith, Michigan; third, C.
iver, Michigan. Time: :06.3 (ties
.al meet record).-
One-mile run: Won by Davidson,
ichigan; second, Heyl, Michigan;
Ird, Fehr, MSC. Time: 4:34.1.
440-yard run: Won by Balyett,
i'chigan; second, Macnnes, MSC;
Ird, Rosenbaum, MSC. Time: :50.2.
65-yard high hurdles: Won by Ged-
n, Michigan; second, Kelley, Michi-
n; third Robinson, MSC. Time: :08
ms Field House record and sets new
aW met record).
65-yard low hurdles: Won by Kel-
r, Michigan; second, Barnard,
Ichigan; third, Hall, Michigan.
me: :07.4.
Two-mile run: Won by Schwarz-
pf and Wisner, Michigan, (tied);
ird, Frey, MSC. Time: 9:39.
880-yard run: Won by Hogan,
chigan; second, Fehr, MSC; third,
utritz, Michigan. Time: 1:58.8.
Mile relay: Won by Michigan
;redenbach, Balyeat, Hayes, Faulk-
r). Time: 3:19.8 (ties Field House
ord and sets new dual meet
Cord).
Shot put: Won by Watson, Michi-
A; second, Hook, Michigan; third,
wton, Michigan. Distance: 51 ft.
' in. (sets newField House and
al meet record).
High jump: Won by Allen, Michi-
i; second, Canham, Michigan and
rington, MSC, (tied). Height: 6
31/ in. (new dual meet record).
Pole vault: Won by Cushing and
byan, Michigan, (tied); third, Kee-
r, MSC. Height: 12 ft.
tae Out Again
Due To Back
icholson Ill; Smiek Takes
Over Center Position
Vfichigan's basketball fortunes took
new turn for the worse yesterday
.en center Jim Rae turned up with
other stiff back-a recurrence of
e injury which has handicapped
;n off and on all season.
sae injured his back mid-way in
e first half pf the Illinois game
nday'night but he said nothing of
md stayed in the game. Pick Deh-
r took advantage of the disability
wever to score 16 points and per-
rally whip the Wolverines.
lherL_ and if Jim will be back in
Ifon again Coach Bennie oster-
an is at a loss to say. It will not
injurious for him to play but he
,ld be at less than 50 per cent
iciency. He did not practice last
:ht.
decond string center John Nichol-
l is also laid up in the Health Ser-
e with a case of jaundice and will
out for at least a week more.
anwhile forward Danny Smick has
:en over the pivot position and will
bably start when the Wolverines
et Chicago at the Windy City Sat-

sophomores Bob Dro, Curly
strong, forwards, and cente

Arm-
er Bill

Menke are performing like veterans
while Capt. Ernie Andres who set a
Conference scoring record of 30
points in one game last year is again
blazing awayfrom his guard spot
assisted by another veteran, Mary
Huffman.
That quintet has scored 291 points
in seven Big Ten games which is tops
in offensive attacks.
On their heels are Ohio State's
Buckeyes who momentarily held the
lead after trouncing Minnesota \but
then were nosed out by the Hoosiers
a week ago. Illinois arid Purdue are
tied for third spot and still have a
fighting chance for the title while
the Gophers trail in fourth position
with only an outside chance.
The oily comfort Michigan fans
can get from the statistics is that the
Wolverines' defensive record is one
of the best in the league. They have
had but 216 points scored against,
them in seven games. Purdue and
Minnesota are also hard to score on.
The Boilermakers' opponents have
made 191 points in six games and the
Gophers' 231 points in eight games.
Indiana's remaining schedule is no
soft touch. They still must face the
fast-improving Northwestern team,
Minnesota and Purdue not to mention
Michigan and Iowa.

Although bringing a large squad, as
far as numbers is concerned, the
Woodstock ,Club will have one of the
lightest teams that the Wolverines
have faced all season. It is one of
the oldest clubs in Canada and has
won a number of championships.
This year's team is undoubtedly the
fastest and smartest ever to perform
in the Oxford county metropolis.
Leading the visting team will be
"Sparky" Weiler and "Kitch" Hen-
derson. Bill Buggs is the goalie, and
has made quite a reputation for him-
self as a shut-out artist in the On-
tario Hockey Association series this
year.
Coach Harry King will also be able
to call upon Jack Rennick who will
be in one of the defense positions.
Along with Hillberg, Coach Lowrey
will continue to use George Cooke
and Al Chadwick in the starting for-
ward line. Larry Calvert and Bert

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Stodden will be taking over the two
defense positions.
STARTING LINEUP
Woodstock Pos. Michigan
Buggs G James
Rennick D Stodden
Loft D Calvert
Weiler C Chadwick
Neave W Cooke
Dolson W Hillberg
Woodstock spares: Taylor, Hem-
ings, Rockett, Kennedy, Cole, Wat-
son, Henderson, White, Howlett and
Pattinson.
Michigan spares: Lovett, Tobin,
Ross, Samuelson.
Game time: 8:00 p.m.

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