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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wolverines

Bally

To

Tie

Buckeye Swimmers

Again, 42-4

9

Natators Gain
Needed Points
In Final Relay
Quayle Swims 100 Yards
In 52.5 To Better Mark
. And Defeat Walt Tomski
(Continued from Page 1).
was a super swimmer as a result of his
52i1 victory against Yale, went com-
pletely haywire. '
If the medley dampened the ardor
of the Wolverines, the 220 free style
threw all the water in Columbus,
Ohio, on them. Capt. Tom Haynie,
who didn't swim in this event in Ann
Arbor, won by a yard but Jimmy
Welsh, swimming in spite of a touch
of the flu, finished third, 18 inches
'behind Ohio's Capt. Bob Johnson.
Haynie's time was 2:15.7 seconds bet--
ter than Welsh had done in the last
meet.
The 50-yard free style went just as
was expected, Tomski being saved for
his three 100 yard efforts, didn't
swim this one but Charley Barker and
Bill Holmes did. The result-Barker
and Holmes took first and second
with Bill Howell third..
Clark Presses Patnik
As a result of one bad dive Al Pat-
nik nosed out his ,teammate Earl
Clark by .6 points in the three-meter
diving. Hal Benham and Adolf Fers-
tenfield finished in that order far
behind the Buckeye stars.
Then came the 100 and the fall of
Wolverine hopes for a victory. Tor-
ski, the favorite starter in college
today was but one foot ahead at the
first turn. A bad turn at the 75 pulled
his Ohio rival ahead and Quayle,
who is at finishing what Tomski is
at starting, just barely held on to win
by the narrowest of margins. The
difference at the finish was not more
than thrpe inches. Long Walt gt the
final blow at the finish. Even with
Quayle, if not ahead of him, Walt
was short with his last stroke and
needed another to touch. Quayle
touched coming up to give him the
win in 52.5. The valuable third place
point went to Johnson.
Wolverine hopes sank even lower
in the back stroke. Stanhope, with a
beautiful turn at the 25 took a four
foot lead, lengthened it to win by
two lengths over Bill Beebe. Beebe
,ust nipped Barker at the end.
Higgins Nears Mark
The breast stroke went to Higgins
with Alex McKee who touched off
Johnny Haigh in the last meet fin-
ishing two feet ahead this time. Hig-
gins' time was 2:24.5, only .6 seconds
behind the Jck Kasley's Big Ten
mark. The score was now 37-26. Once
more Michigan needed to sweep first
and second in the quarter and win
- the free style relay to tie. And once
more they came back to do it.-
Welsh and Haynie finished in that
order in the 440 with Haynie, mind-
ful of the possibility of his swimming
in the last relay, coasting.
Then came the thrilling relay and
the second tie meet in succession.,
After the meet, Mike Peppe, much
more complacent and amicable than
after ,the last one, said, "It was the
best meet I've ever seen."
Said Matt Mann: "I've never seen
one tie meet and here we have two.
You know, it looks as though we must
be pretty even."
uh W. CLARK
English Boot and Shoe Maker
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'Michigan Sextet Loses 5-3; Cagers

Trimmed By

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Visitors' Last
Period Scores
Decide Fracas
Hillberg, Cooke, Stodden
Tally For Wolverines
In Hard Fought Game
By NEWELL McCABE
Although turning in their best play-
ing performance of the year, Michi-
gan's hockey team lacked the final
finishing touches last night when it
came to scoring-the result being an-
other defeat for the Wolverines this
time by a 5 to 3 score to a strong
Waterloo sextet.
In the closing minutes of the open-
ing period Waterloo came through
with the first goal of the night when
Grau took a pass from Smith and
sent the puck past James. Although
both teams played har: and fast
hockey only two penalties were is-
sued in the initial period.
Stodden Scores Goal
Putting the pressure on Waterloo
at the start of the second period Bert
Stodden broke lose from his defense
position and soloed down the ice
bringing the Wolverines their opening
score and tying the game.
A few minutes after Stodden's goal,
on an assist from Cooke, Hilberg
made a tally which put the Wolvsr-
ines in the lead. Then the ganie
turned into a fast skating game,
Waterloo taking the offensive and
the Wolverines forced to play within
their own blue line.
As the middle period neared its du-
ration Vrooman, with the help of
Grau, carried the puck past James
and once again tied up the score.
Taking the offensive, in less than 25
seconds after Vrooman's goal Cooke
took a pass from Hillberg and once
again put Michigan in the lead. This
proved to be the final Wolverine score
of the night,
Another Defenseman Tallies
Couch put the finishing touches on
this period when he left his defense
position, picked up the puck in center
ice, then split the Wolverine defense
and mjade the goal that tied, the score.
Without wasting any time, and
desirous of getting back into the lead
Clair took the puck after the face-off
starting the final period and in less'
than a minute's time he put the visit-
ing team in the lead, a place they held
the remainder of the game.
The rest of the period Michigan's
forward line of Cooke, Chadwick, and
Hillberg tried to break through Wa-
terloo's now tightening defense but
failed to make that much needed
point. Although Couch was sent from
the ice for tripping in the closing
minutes Michigan could not capitalize
on this penalty. However Waterloo
put the game definitely on ice when
Bauer unassisted made the fifth goal
of the evening off "Spike" James.
Tough To Lose

Tops Wrestlers' Attack

Stampf Leads
Chicago Five
In Late Rally
Dick Lounsbury Also Aids
In Team's Second Win;
Tom Harmon Scores 12
(Continued from Page Z)
Thomas kept the Wolverines in the
fight with a long shot but the Maroons
moved ahead 16-12.
Smick counted from the floor twice
but Stampf gave the Maroons their
18-16 half-time lead with a one-
hander from beforedthe free-throw
circle.
Harmon still could not miss and
tied it up at the 'start of the half at
18 all. Thomas sank a long one to put
the Wolverines ahead once more and
Pink added to the margin with a
basket from the side of the floor.
Harmon tipped one in and Michigan
was leading 26-18.
Pink Is Injured
Lounsbury made the first Chicago
point of the half from the free throw
circle, Chet Muphy dropped a long
shot, and seconds later Lounsbury
connected from under the basket to

Track Squad Wins Five Events
To Dominate 16th Illinois Relays

(Continued from Page 1)

lay teams, which finished second in,
their respective events, Allan Smithj
who was third in the 75 yard dash,
and the one mile relay team, which
finished third.'
SUMMARIES1
75-Yard High Hurdles: Woh by El-
mer Gedeon, Michigan; Wilbur
White, Drake, second; Dave Reidy,
Notre Dame, third; Steve Gutting,
Purdue, fourth. Time 9.1.
University Medley Relay: Won by
Missouri; Michigan second; Indiana,
thi-rd. (Only three teams entered),;
time 10:20.6.1
75-Yard Low Hurdles: Won by
Stan Kelley, Michigan; Dave Reidy,
Notre Dame, second; Roy Cochran,
Indiana, third; Bob Allen, Indiana,
fourth. Time 8.2.
Two-Mile University Relay: Won by
Indiana (Elliott, Hodges, Hoke,
Trutt); Michigan, second; Purdue,
third; Notre Dame, fourth. Time 7
minutes 45.6 seconds (New Carnival
Record; Old Record of 7:49.5 set by
Indiana in 1938.
75-Yard Dash: Won by Wilbur
Greer, Michigan State; Myron Piker,
Northwestern, second; Alan Smith,
Michigan, third; C. Culver, Michigan,
fourth. Time 7.4 seconds. (Equaling
the World, American indoor and Car-
nival record held jointly by Jack El-
der, Notre Dame, 1928 and H. A. Rus-
sell, Michigan, 1926).
Shot Put: Won by Elmer Hackney,
Kansas State, 51 ft. 3% in.; Bill
Watson, Michigan, second, 51 ft. 1/8
in.; Bill Faymonville, Notre Dame,
Here Are The Results
Of Mermen's Deadlock

third, 47 feet, 4 inches; Ed. Beinor,'
Notre Dame, fourth, 47 ft. 7/8 in.
(New Carnival record; old record 50
ft., 6% in., by Johnny Kuck, Kansas
State, 1926).
330-Yard Shuttle Hurdles Relay:
Won by Michigan (Stan Kelley, John
Kutsche, Sherman Olmsted, Elmer
Gedeon) ; NotreDame, second; Mich-
igan State, third; Northwestern,
fourth. Time 40.3.
Broad Jump: Won by Bill Watson,
Michigan, 23 feet, 7 inches; Burke
Powers, Grinnell, second, 23 ft., 6'3/8
in.; Bill Dougherty, Notre Dame,r
third, 23 ft. 6 1/4 in.; Walter War-1
rington, Michigan State College,
fourth, 23 ft., 412 in,
High Jump: Won by Bob Diefen-
thaler, Illinois, 6 ft., 41/2 in.; Wes Al-
len, Michigan, second, 6 ft., 31 /'in.;
Ted Leonas, Notre Dame, and Jim
Smith, Northwestern, tied for third,
6 ft., 2 in.
University Mile Team Race: Won by
Michigan (Rtalph Schwartzkopf, Brad
Heyl, Karl Wisner, Jack Dobson);
Purdue, second; Indiana, third; Ohio
State, fourth. Individual winner-
Greg Rice, Notre Dame, 4:25.7 (New
Carnival record; old record 4:31.8 by
Art Bodeau, Purdue, 1938).
University Mile Relay-Won by
Ohio State; Indiana, second; Michi-
gan, third; Purdue, fourth. Time-
3:18.2 (New Carnival record; old rec-
ord, 3:20.4 by Ohio State.

Ohio State Quintet
Beats Iowa, 53-4
COLUMBUS, O., Feb. 18.-P)-
Ohio State defeated Iowa in a B
Ten basketball game here tonigl
53 to 40. The Buckeyes came frc
behind to snare the victory whi
kept them up in the Western Confe
ence title race.
Both teams played without tl
services of their high-scoring ca
taints. Jimmy Hull, the Ohio lead
and second high scorer in the Co
ference, and BeI Stephens, capta
of the Hawkeyes and the third hig
est scorer in the league, both we
ill with influenza.

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Jim Mericka, 136-lb. Wolverine
grappler, maintained his undefeat-
ed record last night when he threw
Lloyd Russell of Michigan State in
eight minutes and 45 seconds.
* * . -
Varsity Easily
Defeats- State
Matmen, 29-3

from

Mericka, Morgan, Weidig
Gain Falls As Michigan
Scores Fourth Victory,

keep the .Maroons in the race. Pink
was hurt from a collision with Chet
Murphy but after Coach Oosterbaan
decided his nose was not broken, he
elected to remain in the game.
Fighting on even terms up until the
final minutes, " asket by Smick at
last gave Michigan another one-point
lead but Lounsbury sank again to
put the Maroons ahead, ,30-29 as
Michigan took time out with a minute
and a half to go. Pink re-entered the
game for Sofiak. After a minute of
wild play a long shot by Stampf
made it 32-29, and with only 30
seconds to play, Chicago took time
out. Michigan had the ,ball out of
bounds. A dribble-in shot by Stampf
after a wild pass put the game on
ice at 34-29 just as the final gong
sounded.
BOX SCORE

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Phone 2-2973

(Continued from Page 1)

by going out for a pin at the start,
and after piling up a 14 to 1 lead by
throwing Lloyd Russell of State all
over the mat, with but 15 seconds to
go, he pinned his man with a double
armlock to' win the 136-pound tussle.
Although suffering an early take-
down, Capt. Harold Nichols exhibited
all the skill for which he is known by'
rallying to take his 145- match in
hand, 9 to 6, while Bill Combs, in
his first start as a Wolverine, found
his opponent, Bill Martin, a hard man
to catch in their 155-pound match.
Once Combs caught up with him,
however, he worked enough quick
"snap-downs" to walk off with the
match, 9 to 3.
Holding a 16 to 3 lead, Michigan
proceeded to make it a walk away
when Frank Morgan pinned State's
Charlie Hutson in 3:04 with a double
chancery hold in the 165-pound fracs,
and Don Nichols shattered Steve
Slezak's unbeaten 175-pound record
while at the same time keeping his
own intact by routing his State ;rival,
12 to 1.
Dale Stevenson of Michigan State,
who was to have wrestled Forrest
"Butch" Jordan in the heavyweight
encounter, came down with a slight
touch of the flu en route to Ann Arbor
and consequently had to forfeit his
match to Jordan. As a substitute,
Coach Cliff Keen offered the fans a
bit of wrestling education by having
Jordan and Don Nichols exhibit some
of the more important holds which
are employed by the Wolverines to
keep them on top of the Big Ten heap.
SUMMARIES
121 pounds-Weidig (M) pinned
Kinney (MSC), 2:22.
128 pouids-Ball (MSC) defeated
Sawyer, (M).
136 pounds-Mericka (M) pinned
Russell (MSC), 8:45.
145 pounds-H. Nichols (M) de-
feated Riggs (MSC).
155' pounds-Combs (M) defeated
Martin (MSC).
165 pounds-Morgan (M) pinned
Hutson (MSC), 3:04.
175 pounds-D. Nichols (M) de-
feated Slezak (MSC).
Heavyweight-Jordan (M) won by
default from Stevenson (MSC).

Michigan (29)
Harmon, f ... ...
Pink, f ..........
Sofiak, f . ..... .
Smick, c .........
Beebe, g ........,.
Thomas, g ..,.. .
Dobson, g .. ..,...
Totals
Chicago (34
Lounsbury, f .,. ,
Cassels, f ........
Meyer, f..........
Stampf..........
C. Murphy, g
W. Murphy, g ..,..

G
6
1
0
4
0
2
0
13
G
4
0
0
4
3
2

F
0
0
1
0
F
1
0
0
3
F
2
0
0
4
2
0
8

PF
1
3
1
2
1
3
0
11
PF
1
1
0
1
1
0
4
16;

TP
12
2
1
8
1
5
0
29
TP
10
0
0
12)
8
4
34
Chi-

Totals.......13

300-Yard Medley Relay: Won by
Ohio State (Stanhope, Higgins, Quay-
le; second, Michigan (Beebe, Haigh,
Tomski). Time, 2:56.1.
220-Yard Free Style: Won by Hay-
nie (M); second, Johnson (0); third,
Welsh (M). Time, 2:15.
50-Yard Free Style: Won by Bark-
er (M). Second, Holmes (M). Third,
Howell (O). Time, :23.6.
Fancy Diving: Won by Patnik (O),
407.2 points; second, Clark (O),
406.6; third, Benham (M), 341.9.
160-Yard Free Style: Won by Quay-
le (O); second, Tomski (M); third,
Johnson (O). Time, :52.5.
150-Yard Back Stroke: Won by
Stanhope (0); second, Beebe (M);
third, Barker (M). Time, 1:38.2.
200-Yard Breast Stroke: Won by
Higgins (0); second, 'McKee (0);
third, Haigh (M). Time, 2:24.5.
440-Yard Free Style: Won by Welsh
(M) ; second, Haynie (M) ; third,
Woodling (0). Time, 5:01.1.
400-Yard Free Style Relay: Won by
Michigan (Holmes, Hutchens, Bark-
er, Tomski), second, Ohio State
(Johnson, Hartlein, Howard, Quayle)
time 3:34.4.
Cager Tears Off Finger
ADDISON, Mich., Feb. 18-(A')--
Roy Perkins, 20, basketball player,
lost a finger. He jumped in the air
during an independent game Friday
night and the ring on his hand caught
in a support to the backboard, leav-
ing him suspended. A surgeon later
amputated the torn digit.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Indiana 44; North western 27.
Wisconsin 32; Purdue 30 (overtime)
Ohio State 53; Iowa 40.
Marquette 47; Notre Dame 22.

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Halftime score: Michigan
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Michigan
James
Stodden
Calvert
Hillberg
Cooke
Chadwick

Pos.
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Waterloo
Tischard
Couch
Hause
Bauer
Vrooman
Grau

Free throws missed: Smick 2,
Stampf 4, Lounsbury, W. Murphy.
Referee: John Getchell (St. Thom-
as); Umpire George Levis (Wiscon-
sin).
Wisconsi Defeats
Purdue 32 To 30
MADISON, Wis., Feb. 18-(P)-The
spark that Bob Igney, forward, sup-
plied in the Purdue offense tonight
wasn't strong enough to keep Wiscon-
sin from scoring a 32 to 30 overtime
victory in a free-for-all basketball
game before a wildly cheering crowd
'of 10,500.
He connected for five field goals
on seven shots in the first half.

SUEDES CLEANED,
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Michigan alternates: Samuelson,
Tobin, Ross, Lovett.
Waterloo alternates: Voll, Claire,
Smith, Kroff, Kopessor, Henchberger.
First Period
Scoring: Grau from Smith, 18:20.
Penalties: Couch, Samuelson.
Second Period
Scoring: Stodden unassisted, 5:17.
Hillberg from Cooke, 8:54. Vrooman
unassisted, 17:30. Cooke from' Hill-
berg, 17:52. Couch unassisted, 18:30.
Penalties: Cooke, Calvert.

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Third Period
Scoring: Clair unassisted,
Bauer unassisted, 18:37.
Penalties: Couch.

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