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FEB. 22, 1939

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PRESS
PASSES

-By BUD BENJAMIN --
4nswer Me This ...
ACETIOUSLY s p e a k i n g, Jim
Schlemmer, sports editor of The
kron Beacon-Journal, has an answer
o this problem of keeping our ath-
etes eligible.

Varsity Swims
To 57-27 Win
Over Gophers
Natators Cop Every First
Place And Crack Three
NationalRelay Marks
(Continued from Page I)
Reidj, continued the Wolverines on
their merry way with a 56.4. Art
Ebeling, Blake Thaxter, Warren
Wehrhein and breast stroker John
Sharemet, the latter two first year
men, did 55.9, 55.8, 57.6 and 59 to
bring the team up to the 1700 yard
marker.
Hal Benham swam the remaining
60 yards in 29.8, bringing the total
time for the mile up to 16:00.7, al-
most 22 seconds better than the old
mark of 16:22.2 set by Michigan in
1935.

We-Beat-Don-Lash Club Holds
Local Meeting Friday Night

By DICK SIERK

the aforementioned

Millrose two-

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Schlemmer,

who apparently

s been reared in an atmosphere of
thlete-privilege," asks: "Are the
iversities of our land asking ques-
ns too hard for their athletes in
holastic examinations?" He con-
iues: "Why not devise special and
parate lists of examination ques-
ins for these fellows who spend
o much of their time on the grid-
n or on the court, and who have
o little time to spend in study?"

The writer grants any univers-
ity or college to use these gems in
whole or in part. And I might add
that in my ramblings this season,
I have come in contact with a few
institutions which might well take
this proposal under advisement.
Some typical questions:
1--Name two nations involved in
Ihe Spanish-American war.
2--When was the war of 1812?
3-How long was the 40 Year War?
4-With which arm does Lefty
Gomez pitch?
.5-Who won the Dempsey-Tunney
fight the night Dempsey lost his
:title?'
6-Whose little lamb followed
Mary to school?
7-Who delivered Lincoln's
Gettysburg address and where?
8-Where will the New York
SWorld's fair be held?
9-Through which isthmus does,
the Panama canal run?
St10-In what state is the Ken-
tucky Derby held?
11-What caused the Yukon Gold
Rush?
12-From what island is most Ma-
deira wine exported?
- 13-Name two characters in Romeo
and Juliet?
14 - Who wrote Shakespeare's
"MacBeth"? Poe's "The Raven"? Ben-
jamin Franklin's Autobiography?
Vergil's "Aeneid"?
15-Which of the following is syn-
onomous with legal tender? Check
one-money, money, money.
16-Name one state bordered by
the Ohio River?
17-Name one elected officer
superior to the vice president?
18-Who invented the Diesel
motor, Whitney's cotton gin, the
Edisn phonograph, the Bessmer
converter, the Mergenthaler lino-
type?
19-Distinguish between Bank
night, the Bank of England, and
the Grand Banks of Newfound-
land?
20-What is freedom of the
press? (Not to be confused with
school dances.)
21-"The Hunchback of Notre
Dame" featured the following char-
acter (check one): 1. Elmer Layden.
2. A deformed, crippled, misshapen
man. 3. A meadowlark. 4. A sperm
whale. 5. Gen. U. S. Grant.
22--Give the last names of the
donors of these famous sports tro-
phies--Ryder Cup, Davis Cup, Curtis
Cup, Widener Cup, Heiseman Trophy.
23-What are the initials of- the
Young Men's Christian Association?
24-What is the principal product
of the Diamond Match Company?
25-What do the following have in
common - red-headed woodpecker,
Red Sails in the Sunset, red sky at
morning, red bird?
26-In 'hat country is the
capital of Iceland? Norway? Pata-
gonia?
27-What is the average num-
ber=of vocalists in a barber shop
quartet?
28-What type of reading mat-
ter are bookcases built to con-
tain?
29-In which direction is South
America?
30-Give the surname of the
Swiss Family Robinson.
31-Who wrote the Gilbert and
Sullivan operettas?
32--In what sort of institution is
A bank balance kept?
NATIONAL LEAGUE HKEY
New York Rangers 7; Detroit Red
Wings 3.

Nineteenth Record
This made a total of 19 relay rec-
ords that the Wolverines have set
this year-four in the free style,
nine in the back stroke and six in
the breast stroke.
Minnesota was able to take but
five second places as the Wolverines
won as they pleased.
Walt Tomski turned in the best
time of the evening as he again bet-
tered the Big Ten record set last
year by Michigan's Ed Kirar by .1
seconds as he won the 50 yard free
style in 23.2.
The closest race of the evening
came in the 150-yard back stroke
with Charley Barker and Lyman
Brandt tangling. The pair were still
even with 25 yards to go but Barker
touched the Gopher captain, who
finished third in the Big Tens, out
by inches. The time was 1:40.8.
Holmes Saves Medley
Another sonhomore, Bill Holmes,
pulled the medley relay out of the fire
aver Jack Sherrill had lost a length
and a half in the back stroke leg and
Johnny Haigh had picked up a
length of it in the breast stroke.
Holmes pulled away in the last 25
yards to win by two yards.
Hal Benham and Ralph Pyszinski
finished one-two in the dive; Tom
Haynie waltzed home in the 440;
Jim Welsh was first in. the 220; Ed
Hutchens annexed the century and
Johnny Haigh won the breast stroke.
The free style relay team made it
unanimous.
Nine For Nine
300-Yard Medley Relay: Won by
Mich. (Sherrill, Haigh, Holmes).
Time: 3:05.6.
220-Yard Free Style: Won by
Welsh (Mich.); Jablonski (Minn.);
Thaxter (Mich.). Time: 2:17.1.
50-Yard Free Style: Won by Tomski
,(Mich.), Beebe (Mich.); Broderson
(Minn.). Time: 23.2.
Diving: Won by Benham (Mich.)
119.8, Pyszinski (Mich.) 104.8; Klun
(Minn.). 102.2.
100-Yard Free Style: Won by
Hutchens (Mich.); Dryer (Minn.),
Liedl (Minn.). Time: 54.8.
150-Yard Back Stroke: Won by
Barker (Mich); Brandt (Minn.),
Green (Minn.). Time: 1:40.8.
200-Yard Breast Stroke: Won by
Haigh (Mich.); Sahlman (Minn.);
Mack (Mieh.). Time: 2:31.9.
440-Yard Free Style: Won by Hay-
nie (Mich.); Livermore (Minn.),
Morris (Minn.). Time: 5:27.1.
400-Yard Free Style Relay: Won by
Mich. (Holmes, Hutchens, Thaxter,
Beebe). Time: 3:44.
FRESHMAN TRACK
All freshman interested in track
are urged to attend the meeting
at the Yost Field House, Friday,
Feb. 24, at 5 p.m. sharp. Previous
experience is not necessary.
--Ken Doherty

When two such prominent mem-I
bers of that small and select group.
the We-Beat-Don-Lash Club, as
Ralph Schwarzkopf and Greg Rice
hold a meeting it is no ordinary meet-
ing-it is a battle to the finish (line)
with a track as the battle-ground.
The next meeting of this duo is set
for next Friday at Yost Field House.
The occasion will be the dual meet
between Notre Dame, with Rice as
captain and mainstay of the Irish,
and Michigan, with Schwarzkopf as
the star distance performer for the
Wolverines.
Three And Out?
Schwarzkopf, who beat Don Lash
in the Penn Relays 3000-meter run
last May, and Rice, who defeated the
Hoosier ace in the Millrose two-mile
several weeks ago, have met three
times in the past with the tiny Notre
Dame man winning each time.
Their first meeting was in the
5000-meter run last June in the Na-
tional AAU meet at Buffalo when
Rice finished strong on a blistering
hot, day to win the event. Ralph,
bothered by the heat and a distance
to which he was not accustomed, fin-
ished fourth in that race.
That Millrose Race
The next meeting of the two was in
Return Of Rae
Bolsters Hopes
Of Wolverines
Ji 'Feels Pretty Good'
After Two Five-Minute
Workouts With Varsity
Michigan's hopes of handing last
year's champion Purdue quintet a
surprise when they clash Saturday
took a slight rise yesterday afternoon
as center Jim Rae broke back into
the lineup after a week's absence
nursing his bad back.
The tall Wolverine star, whose
ability to play varies with the condi-
tion of a troublesome sacroiliac,
scrimmaged for two five minute
stretches and declared that he "felt
pretty good." And that's good news
to everybody. The only qUestion is,
how long will that back hold out in
actual competition?
To Try Again
Ever since the final game of the
pre-Conference schedule against To-
ledo, Jim has been troubled with the
injury and twice he has had to lay
off completely. He's ready to try
again now and will probably see some
action against the Boilermakers al-
though his ,condition will be far from
A-i.
Second string center John Nichol-
son, who has been another casualty
with a case of jaundice, was back in
uniform and may get into action to-
day.
In yestercday's scrimmage against
the second team, the Varsity showed
encouraging signs, the best of which
was some good shooting. Eddie
Thomas was connecting with the long
ones, Charley Pink got his left hand
into working order and toward the
end of the drill Capt. Leo Beebe was
sinking them as of old.
Leo Falters
Leo has been in the throes of a ter-
rific slump which has played havoc
with his "batting average." He has
made only seven field goals in the last

mile, an invitational affair in New
York city, and Rice again won. Lash
finished second and Schwarzkopf3
was only inches behind the Hoosier
cop, in third place. Rice's margin
over Ralph this time was less than
two seconds.
Their third meeting, last Saturday
in the Illinois Relays, can hardly bel
termed a real test of their abilities.
Qualification No. 1-each had run a
mile or its metric equivalent before
that evening. Qualification No. 2-'
they were just two more guys in a
field of some 30 milers for the first'
few laps of the team mile race. At
that, Rice won and Ramblin' Ralph
was, according to observers, less than
a half-foot back in second.
The Local Meeting
Now comes one more meeting of
two /of America's best at the two-
mile distance. And there will be an-
other point in Schwarzkopf's favor
besides the fact that he has steadily
reduced the margin of defeat.
Rice, according to reports coming
from South Bend, will attempt one
of the most difficult of track doubles
and will be entered in both the mile
and two-mile as the Irish are some-
what undermanned in the longer-
distance runs. Coach Charlie Hoyt
will send Hod Davidson and Karl
Wisner out to -run the mile and you
can bet that those Wolverines will
not pull their punches when it comes
time for that killing last lap stretch
drive. The two-mile, an hour later,
will bring together a fresh Schwarz-
kopf and a Rice who will have run a
tough mile.
All in all this next meeting of a
couple of members of the We-Beat-

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Hockey Squad Fisher's Freshma
Leaves Today Gives Benny I
For Minnesota By MAURY MAZER
Freshman Coach Ray Fisher gave;
Varsity Coach Bennie Oosterbaan
Golden Gophers Favored another look at his basketball hope-
To Defeat Michigan SiX fuls the other day and Bennie really
.i . egot an eyeful for Fisher's youthful
crew went out and battled the Var-
sity almost to a standstill.
Coach Eddie Lowrey's Wolverine What was more indicative, how-
hockey squad will leave late today for ever, was that fact that Coach Fish-
Minneapolis where they will renew er gave indications of what might be
their bitter rivalry with she Golden considered his first team. At the
Goherr r innesryawin twhogdmencenter slot he alternated the lanky
Gophers of Minnesota in a two-game Bob Fitzgerald, and the gigantic
series to be played tomorrow and "Chuck" Giesen.1
Saturday. Another Gee?
At present it is the hope of the Ge
Aichigrneseamtat stheyhcanf thke Fitzgerald is a smooth ball hand-r
Michigan team that they can take ler and has a good shot. Bob seems
both games from their very potent to be on the road toward the Varsity
Big Ten rivals and, if that is possible, lacking only the necessary exper-
they will once again share the Con- ience. Giesen, about six foot seven,
ference hockey championship with has amazed everyone with the pro-
the Gophers. gress he has made under the tutelage
Ten Make Trip of Fisher and with his height he is
Should they fail to take the open- worth working on.
ing game Thursday night a victory Up at the forward positions, Bob
for the Wolverines Saturday night Antle, All-State man from Saginaw,
would raise the hopes of both the Carl Bernstein, and "Red" Bruce, an
team and their local followers before Indianapolis boy, have seen the most
they meet one of the East's strongest service. Antle is a six footer and is,
collegiate hockey teams in the at Fisher's own word, the most dan-
University of Toronto. gerous shot on the team, being equally
Those making the trip are "Spike" accurate with both hands, and spe-
James, Larry Calvert, Bert Stodden, cializing at the pivot shot.
Al Chadwick, Capt. Les Hillberg, A Scrapper, Too
George Cooke, Chuck Ross, Jim To- Bruce is first and always a scrap-
bin, Jim Lovett and Gil Samuelson.
Gophers Are Favored
Although the Gophers will enter
both games as top-heavy favorites
to take the Wolverines, John Mariucci
and company will find themselves
confronted with an entirely revised #9sOuTW
and much improved Michigan squad.
In their first two games it was M O N TH -EN
Michigan's defense which folded up
before the powerful Gopher assault. 10 DAY
iDespite the fact that they lost to
Waterloo last Saturday night Michi-
gan's defense, composed of Bert Stod- ALL O'COATS -
den and Larry Calvert, turned in very
excellent performances at the back I Group Suits and T(
positions. Sn nijc o

n Cage Squad
lopes For Future
per, and it is this scrappiness which
makes him a virtual terror under the
backboard where he can tip in re-
bounds. As for his shooting, like
all other Indiana boys he can toss
them with both hands.
Bernstein, like the other two, is a
good shot with both hands and also is
an efficient man under a backboard
He, too likes to play the pivot and
from this position he has displayed
fine passing. ability.
All-Star Detroiter
At the guards Fisher has alternat-
ed Don Holman, Dave Tritten, and
Jim Grissen. Of the three, Hol-
man, who was named on the Detroil
All-City team while in high school
is the best offensively. Don com-
bines his speed with a left handed
hook shot and also has a natura
ability for feeding the ball.
Grissen is a deliberate, steady bal
handler who never gets rattled under
any circumstances. He is also ver3
capable at guarding and at working
the backboard.
Tritten is the best defensive bal
player on the team and is for thi;
reason a very valuable man. He alse
has shown some ability at tossing it
the long ones.
Coach Fisher has announced tha
this will be the last week of practic
for the team which has been workin
tout for approximately thiee months

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Don-Lash Club
little gathering.
of room for all.

should be quite a
There'll be plenty
Better sit in on it!

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I-M Sports
Twenty-four teams entered the pre-
liminaries of the Intramural relays
held last night in the Yost Field
House. The four fastest fraternity
teams, who will run the finals at the
Notre Dame track meet next Friday
night, are:
Psi Upsilon (Taggart, Chap-
man, Whittmore, Latham) 1:41.4.
Phi Delta Theta (Oaks, Treat,
Patterson, Bantam) 1:41.5.
Phi Gamma Delta (Vail, Yoder,
Holt, Hall) 1:42.1..
Phi Kappa Sigma (Archer,
Meyers, Engemen, Laskey) 1:42.3.
The independent teams, who will
hold their finals at the half of the
Ohio State basketball game, Feb. 27,
are:
Wolverines (Miller, Howes,
Matsan, Courtney) 1:41.6.
Physical Eds (Renda, Wickter,
Brogan, Cole) 1:42.5.
Hillel (Oppenheim, Bender,
Reizien, Ginsburg) 1:48.4.
Institute of Aeronautical Sci-
ence (Czajkowski, Chang, Steyer,
Applegate) 1:49.2.

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Falk Is Back
As usual leading the Wolverine
attack will be their first string for-
ward line of Cooke, Chadwick, and
Hillberg. To support this line Coach
Lowrey will use Tobin, Ross, and
Samuelson.
Completely recovered from his neck
injury received in the second game at
the Coliseum, Marty Falk will once
again be guarding the Gopher net.
Also minus his adhesive covered face
John Mariucci will be at his defensive
post ready to pick up with the Michi-
gan team where he left off in the last
encounter.
Cramp, who also played havoc with
Michigan in the Coliseum will be on
hand at the other defense position.
St. Vincent, Paulsen, and Pickering
make up the forward line that will
start against the Wolverines at
Minneapolis.
I-M NOTICE
The Intramural Sports Build-
ing will be open today from 8
a.m. until 10 p.m.

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form would be of no little value at
this juncture.
While the Wolverines have been
floundering in eighth place, the Con-
ference race appears to have turned
into a two team affair. With but two
more weekends of play remaining, In-
diana still sets the pace with Ohio
State close on their heels.

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