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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1939

Score Heavily

In

The

Butler

Relays

Trackmen Take
Sixth Straight
ButlerRelays
Bill Watson Annexes First
Place In Both Broad
Jump And Shot Events
(Continued from Page 1)
cracked the meet and recognized
world's records off a dirt runway
in the pole vault by going over the
bar at 14 feet that was less than his
feat earlier this season but it ex-
ceeded the recognized world mark of
13 feet, 7% inches, set by Tommy
Warne of Northwestern, in 1929.
It first was announced Padway
had vaulted 14 feet, five-eighths inch,
but a later check showed the bar ex-
actly at the 14-foot mark.
Ed Smith, Wisconsin's Negro hurd-
ler, three times equaled the claimed
world mark of 7.4 seconds in the 60-
yard high hurdles, an event not gen-
erally recognized. He stepped the dis-
tance twice in qualifications in that
time and then repeated tonight to
grab first place in the finals.
A foursome of fast-stepping quar-
ter-milers from Toledo University
cracked the meet record in the col-
lege one-mile relay. They opened up
a wide space between themselves and
second-place Loyola of Chicago to win
in 3:25.4. The old mark of 3:27.2
was set by Kansas State Teachers Col-
lege of Emporia in 1935.
Trailing Michign, Indiana and
Butler in the point standing were
Notre Dame, 17%; Loyola, 16; Pitts-
burgh, 14%; Kansas State Teachers
College of Pittsburg and Michigan
State, 12 each; Wisconsin, 11; Toledo,
10; University of Kansas, 9%; Pur-
due, 9; Miami and Ohio State, 8
each; Illinois, 5%; and DePauw, Wes-
tern (Mich.) State and Missouri, 2
each.
Michigan led the field of 28 schools
in the preliminaries by qualifying
eight men for the five final events in
which trials were held-the 60 yard
dash, 60 yard high and low hurdles,
shot put and broad jump. Big Bill'
Watson paced the Wolverines by show-
ing the best distance in the shot put
and the best leap in the broad jump.
His shot put effort was 50 feet
inches and his broad jump was 23
feet 10 inches.-
Gopher Sextet
Defeated, 4-3
Cleveland Squad Wins
N.A.A.U. Crown
NEW HAVEN, Conn., March 18.-
()-Fghting bitterly through three
periods of the tournament's best
hockey, the Cleveland American Le-
gion squad pounded the Gophers of
Minesota into submission 4 to 3 and
won the National A.A.U. champion-
ship tonight.
The Legionnaires faced odds that
would have stopped a less courageous
crew. Early in the first period the
regular goal tender, Joe DeMarco,
suffered a strained back and was
forced out of the game. Bill Fair-
weather, who didn't know he was
making the trip till an hour before
train time, went in. He turned in a
great job.
But this bad luck was offset at
mid-ice from Ken Anderson, captain
of the Gopher team that won the Big
Ten title this year.
Renowned Wayne
Athlete Passes On

New Orleans Ball Team Signs
Former Star Freshman Hurler
With th
By HERB LEV edly more talented on the pitching last Wedn
Down where the sun shines bright= mound than in the classroom. When Open Hou
ly throughout the year and the boys he left for the south before the fraternity
play ball for dollars instead of for present semester started he was hope- have been
fun and glory, pitcher Felix Kar- lessly ineligible for this season and standings
wales, ace of last year's freshman with not much prospect for the future. 1. Psi
staff, is getting his spring training "The loss of Felix was quite a blow 2. Ph
far removed from the Field House to me," mused Fisher. "He really 3. Sig
batting nets where his former team- would have 'made' my pitching staff, 4. Th
mates go through their daily paces. if he could have come through in his 5. A.T
Karwales is trying out with New studies. I was sorry to see him go 6. S.A
Orleans, a class A team in the South- of course, but I suppose it was best 7. Ph
ern Association, managed by Roger in his case. He was far behind in hon- 8. La
Peckinpaugh, former major leaguer or points, didn't like to study, and 9. De
and father of the Wolverine captain, had financial difficulties besides." 10. Ch
Walt. Last Thursday he made his "He was onet of the best, probably Thei
professional debut, and all Felix did the best freshman prospect ever to 1. Se]
was to hold the heavy hitting Cleve- come up here," said Fisher. "There 2. Fl(
land Indians scoreless for three in- may have been boys a bit faster, but 3. Ba
nings, allowing but three safe blows. Felix had more stuff, and there are 4. Ph
"I was glad to see that Felix is few college ball players with a curve 5.Wo
making out so well," said Coach Ray like his. If he's not ready for Peck
Fisher yesterday. "I'm not sure whe- yet, he should do well in a Class B
ther h'e can make the grade in the or C league." REA
Association just yet. That's a pretty
stiff jump for a kid as inexperienced
as Felix. He has all the natural abil- LE
ity but maybe needs a bit more poise. .eLET ""
He had a bit of trouble with his fast
balls lat sring, butrlooked quite aR SA Y -K ER ND
figure he's a comer and I sure wold
like to have him pitching for me." p you uild up your
Unfortunately Karwales was decid-

M Spoirts
e completion of many finals
esday night at the Spring
use, the standings of the
and independent teams
n altered. The fraternity
are now as follows:
Upsilon .......... ...818
i Delta Theta .........758
gma Chi.... .......726
eta Xi . ...... . ......697
T.O. ......695
A.E. ................ 610
i Gamma Delta .......601
mbda Chi Alpha ......585
lta Upsilon..........572
i Psi ..................551
independent standings:
=ators ............ .564
etcher Hall.... . . ....409
adgers ..............403
ys. Eds. ....... .......397
olverines .............350
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Hutchinson Makes
Debut;_Tigers Lose
ORLANDO, Fla., March 18.-(A)-
Freddie Hutchinson, the young
mound star plucked from the Pa-
cific Coast League by the Detroit
Tigers, made his debut against a ma-
jor league club today as the Tigers,
impotent at the plate, lost to the
Washington Senators, 4 to 3, in an
exhibition game.
Detroit's prize package started on
the mound for the Tigers but gave
way for a pinch hitter in the sixth.
He yielded seven hits and two runs
during his five-inning trick, but the
Tigers were ahead when he retired
and Harry Fisenstat was charged
with the defeat.
FOOTBALL MANAGERS
All second semester freshmen
who are interested in trying out
for football manager are invited
to report to Yost Field House,
Monday, March 20 at 3;15 p.m.
C.....Signed,
Carl Wheeler, Manager.

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DETROIT, March 18. -()-- The
Flags at Wayne University here were
dipped in mourning today not only
for the late Governor Fitzgerald, but
for one of the greatest athletes the
University has ever produced.
The man was Russell John Light-
body, called by David L. Holmes,
Wayne University Athletic Director,j
"the finest athlete I ever coached."
Lightbody died Thursday of pneu-
monia that set in following an ap-
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