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3, 1940


Swimmers Humble

Wildcats, 62-21;

rackmen Beat Irish


Mermen Take
AllFirst Places
To Win, 62-21
Sharemet Spurs Natators
To Eighth Successive
TriumphIn Dual Meets
(Continued rrom rage 1)

Cagers Bow To Bucks; Sextet Conquers Paris


Michigan's Sprint Star

next, with the Northwestern speed
merchant taking a foot lead as "Good
Time" Charley turned in a :53.5.
Williams, timed at :54.0, regained
the lead for the Wolverines and gave
Sharemet a two foot advantage at
the start of the last century. Gus
eased along as he pleased and pulled
10 yards in front of the Wildcat an-
chor man.
The diving almost proved fatal to
Mtt Mann's squad. Tom Powell,
the long and lanky Northwestern ace,
led the Wolverine entries through
the first nine dives, but lost his ad-
vantage in the final effort to Hal
Benham, the Michigan captain. Jack
Wolin was third.
Beeb TFakes Backstroke
In only two other events last night
did the Northwestern team gather
second place points. Barker won the
50-yiard free style in :23.3 with Fahr-
bach and Doyle Gray finishing sec-
ond and third respectively. The
150-yard backstroke was a two-man
race with Bill Beebe winning by 20
yards over Jim Holtz from North-
Jim Welsh was the only double
winner of the evening as he defeat-
ed teammate Williams in the 220
with a 2:14 performance and came
back wit1 a 4:58.8etime in the 440 to
befit Blae Thaxter.
Michigan had an easy time again
in the medley relay as Dick ied,
John Sharemet and Ed Hutchens
coastedto a 2:59 for a length and a
half of the pool margin. Johnny
Sharemet also won the 200-yard
breastroke in 2:27.1 with Johnny
Haigh gaining the second place hon-
.. Wins Water olo
Just as rie a Widcats were no match
for the Michigan swimming balance,
so the Wolverine water poloists found
it hard keeping up with the experi-
enced4 Northwestern team.
The duel was all that it was ex-
pepted to be, and Matt Mann was
more than glad to see it end. The
Wildcats lost no time in scoring four
gop s in rapid succession. But then
the outclassed Wolverines gathered
under their goal, clenched hands and
decided to get together on things.
Gus Sharemet followed this with a
sensational goal from mid-pool which
made him Michigan's high scorer for
the Wolverines never hit pay-terri-
tory again.
Benham started in the Michigan
goal, but when the Wildcats proved
he wasn't another "Spike" James,
Beebe, then Haigh and finally Larry
Wehrheim followed in his place. But
alas, it was all in vain.
Going Was Rough
The Wolverines were rough and
tough. They stopped at nothing ex-
cept the referee's whistle as they
phdughed over the coordinated North-
western septet in an effort to gain
control of the ball. Two Michigan
players, "Mariucci" Welsh and Wehr-
heim drew unnecessary roughness
penalties, and everybody had a good
time except Wildcat Coach Tom Rob-
1e spent half the evening charg-
ing the referee with incompetency.
300-Yard Medley Reay: Won by
M t ian(Rel, I saemet, Hut-
c }es. Time 2:5.0.
220-Yard Freestyle: Won by Welsh,
Michigan; second, Williams, Michi-

Capt. Jim Rae
Paces Varsity
With 11 Points
Lynch Tallies 16 To Lead
Ohio State To Victory
In Final Home Contest
(Continued from Page 1)
plenty of trouble on rebound shots
until Ohio's six foot seven inch cen-
ter, Sattler, replaced Schick. Then
Sattler controlled the ball most of
the time and was largely responsible
for starting the Buck's big scoring
drive in which they ran up 13 points
in seven minutes midway in the last
It was Ohio's aggressive ball hawk-
ing that proved the big factor in the
game. The Buck players never gave
the Wolverines a chance to break
fast or set up plays. After trailing
by only six points at the half, Mich-
igan never got closer than seven
points to the Bucks.
Both Michigan and Ohio flooded
the floor with substitutions near the
game's end. Holman, Glasser, Wes-
terman, and Cartmill being inserted
in the last five minutes for the vis-

Charlie Barker, Michigan's double
National Collegiate sprint cham-
pion, turned in his usual sparkling
performance in the 50-yard free-
style, winning the event in 23.3-
one of the season's best efforts.
gan; third, Walsh, Northwestern.
Time 2:14.
50-Yard Freestyle: Won by Barker,
Michigan; second, Fahrbach, North-
Western; third, Gray, Northwestern.
Time :23.3.
Divirig: Won by Benham, Michigan;
second, Powell, Northwestern; third,
Wolin, Michigan. Winner's total,j
390.5 points.
100-Yard Freestyle: Won by G.
Sharemet, Michigan; second, Barker,
Michigan; third, Fahrbach, North-
western. Time :52.2.
150-Yard Backstroke: Won by Bee-
be, Michigan; second, Holtz, North-
western. (Only two entered). Time
200-Yard Breaststroke: Won by J.
Sharemet, Michigan; second, Iaigh,
Michigan; third, Cobb, Northwestern.
Time 2:27.1.
440-Yard Freestyle: Won by Welsh,
Michigan; second, Thaxter, Michigan;
third, Walsh, Northwestern. Time
400-Yard Freestyle Relay: Won by
Michigan, (Gillis, Barker Williams,
G. Sharennet). Time 3:33.5.


Sofiak, f .........1
Ruehle, f ........ 3
Wgood, f......... 0
Fitzgerald,f f...... 1
Cartmill, f........0
Glasser, f ........ 0
Rae, c ...........4
Pink, g .......... 2
Brogan, g........0
Grissen, g........0
Holman, g........0
Westerman, g .... 0
Totals. ..11
Goss, f.......... 3
Mickelson, f......5
McLain, f........1
Marzano, f........0
Schick, c.........3
Sattler, c.........2
Gram, g........1
Lynch, g.........8
Dawson, g ........ 1

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1 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
3 1
2 1
0 3
1 0
0 0
0 0
10 6
3 0
0 1
0 0
0 1
0 1
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0 3
0 3
0 1
3 11
io State


2.-Indiana's Big Ten Cham-
pionship wrestling team tonight
trounced the University of Mich-
igan grapplers, 23 to 3.
Bob Ufer Establishes
New Frosh 880 Mark
Bob Ufer, brilliant freshman
middle-distance man, yesterday added
the freshman half-mile record to the
quarter-mile mark he already holds
when he ran 1:58.6, breaking the
record set a few weeks back by Quen-
tin Brelsford,another member of
Coach Stackhouse's first' freshman
team. Brelsford had run 1:58.8.
Ufer broke the 440 mark after
being out for track only 0 days, and
his general performances stamp him
as one of the greatest prospects
Michigan has had in these two events.
Indiana Defeats Purdue
To Retain Title Chance
LAFAYETTE, Ind., March 2-()-
Indiana University's basketball team
played one sof its greatest games to-
night to defeat an arch-rival, Pur-
due, 51 to 45, and retain a chance to
share the Big Ten conference crown.
The down-state team overcame an
early lead to stand out at the half,
30 to 25, and then bombarded the
net for victory.
U. High Cops Swim Title
YPSILANTI, March 2.-(AP)--Uni-
versity High School of Ann Arbor
captured the state class B swimming
championships here today by a one
point margin 52-51. Ypsilanti Cen-
tral, the defending champion and
host to the meet, taking runner up
Other scores were: Trenton, 31;
Ypsilanti Roosevelt 29, and Adrian 5.
At Last : Wfe Win!
James G L. England
Ross D W. England
Stodden D V. Granton
Lovett W McCutheson
Heddle C Wilson
Samuelson W Farmer
Michigan spares: Corson, Collins,
Canfield, Heddle.
Paris A.C. spares: Gray, Kemp-
thornes, Midgley, Hayward, Pinkett.
First Period: Stodden, Mich., (unas-
sisted), 8:39.
Penalty: W. England, tripping.
Second Period: Kempthorne, Paris,
Goldsmith, Mich., 7:57.
Collins, Mich., 11:17.
Wilson, Paris, 14:44.
Ross, Mich., 17:25.
Ross, Mich., 19:02.
Third Period: Lovett, Mich., :55.
Ross, Mich., 3:03.
Goldsmith, Mich., 9:45.
Farmer, Paris, 18:46.
Penalty: A. Pinkett (checking in

(Continued from rage 1)

Ross Sparks
Hockey Team
In 8-3_Victory
Varsity Beats Paris A.C..
To Break Losing Streak
In Home Season Finale

they continually harassed the Paris
goalie who spent the greater share
of the evening digging pucks out of
his net.
BertStodden, near the mid-point
of the first period, scored the first
goal Michigan had made in five
games as he whirled unassisted
through the Paris defense, grabbed
the rolling puck and shoved it into
a corner of the net. The Wolverines
had been blanked in their four pre-
vious games with Michigan Tech and
Paris tied it up momentarily in
the first minute of the second period
as Kempthorne stole the puck from
a Michigan wing, skated in on James
and bounced a shot off his stick in-
to the twine. Paul Goldsmith match-
ed Kempthorne's trick and lifted a
waist high shot past the surprised
England just six minutes later.
After a wild, hard checking session
near center ice in the middle of the
second period, Bob Collins let a
drive go from about 20 feet out and
it caught the high corner for the
third goal past the again-surprised
Mr. England.
Art Wilson, the best player the
Paris club had on the ice, then beat
Spike James with another of those
long, waist high shots from 15 feet
out as Spike's vision wascormpletely
blocked by a horde of players con-
gregated in front of his net.
It was at this time that Charley
Ross started melting the ice. Up to
this time Charley had merely back
checked, poke checked, and body
checked the Pariscclub dizzy, besides
outskating the opposing wings with
his speedy dashes through the entir1
Inthe 17th minute .of the second
period Collins laid a beautiful pass
on Ross' stick at the Paris blue line
and Charley drilled it home. Less
than two minutes later Ross rounded
his own net with the puck, gathered
up speed and didn't stop till he had
crashed the defense wide open and
planted the disk safely behind the
astounded goalie.
The third period saw Jim Lovett
score on a shot that didn't leave the
ice, after but 55 seconds.. Ross then
completed the famous hat trick of
scoring three goals in one game when
he went in unassisted to drill goal
No. 7 past England, who probably
wished he were there.
Paris kept storming the Wolverine
net with four and five man rushes
throughout the game, but Michigan's
inimitable James was equal to the
occasion. After Goldsmith had back-
handed score No. 8 with half the last
period gone, Wilf Farmer drove home
the final goal of the evening.

Con ference Is Next

High Jump: Won by Canham
Michigan; second, Leonas, Notre
Dame; third, O'Reilly, Notre Dame.
Height 6 feet 4 inches. (Ties meet
One-mile Run: Won by Barrett,
Michigan; second, Hester, Notre
Dame; third, Wisner, Michigan. Time
60 yard dash: Won by Saggau,
Notre Dame; second, Smith, Michi-
gan; third, Buenger, Notre Dame.
Time 6.3 seconds (new meet record).
Shot put: Won by Brosey, Notre
Dame; second, Sullivan, Notre Dame;
third, Hook, Michigan. Distance 49
feet 10 1-4 inches. (new meet record).
60 yard high hurdles: Won byKel-
ley, Michigan; second, Reidy, Notre
Dame; third, Hall, Michigan. Time
7.7 seconds.
440 yard dash: Won by Roy, Notre
Dame; second, Leutritz, Michigan;
third, Barnard, Michigan. Time 50.8
Two mile run: Won by Schwarz-
kopf, Michigan; second, Ackerman,
4ichigan; third, Heyl, Michigan. Time
9 minutes 23.8 seconds.
Pole vault: Won by Dean, Notre
Dame; second, Cushing, Michigan;
third, McMaster, Michigan. Height
12 feet 6 inches.
880-yard run: Won by . Hogan,
Michigan; second, Jester, Michigan;
third. Olbrys, Notre Dame. Time
65-yard low hurdles: Won by Kelley,
Michigan; second, Hall Michigan;
third, Reidy, Notre Dame. Time 7.3,
One mile relay: Won by Notre
Dame (Schiewe, Collins, Halpin, Roy).
Time 3 minutes 25.3 seconds.


Michigan Has
Close Contest
At South Bend
Canhani Ties Meet Mark;
Kelley Is High Scorer
With Two First Places
(Continued from Page 1)
Canham won the event, tying the
meet mark with a jump of only 6 feet
4 inches. considerably lower tian
past performances had indicated the
result would be.
With Warren Breidenbach's in-
jured leg muscle forcing his withdraw.
al at the last moment, Ray Roy of
Notre Dame defeated Jack Leutritz
and Bob Barnard of Michigan and
Joe Halpin to win the quarter mile
dash in 50.8 seconds.
Capt. Ralph Schwarzkopf, Miphi-
gan's great two-mile runner, easily
captured the event in 9:23.8, after
spending most of the time settig
the pace for teammates Bill Acker-
man and Brad Heyl who teamed with
Schwarzkopf to give Michigan a sweep
in this event.
Dye Hogan continued his vastly
improved running by laying in be-
hind the leaders for the first part of
the race and then coming around
them with a brilliant sprint to win
the half-mile in 1:57.8, repeating his
triumph of last year. Tommy Jester
was second. Ed Barrett and Karl
Wisner ran one-three in the mile.

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Writers Select Aill-Star Teams
For Finnish Relief Fund Game

TAMPA, Fla., March 2-(IP)-As Foxx and V
one might expect, those bombarding Maggio, Gor
Yankees dominate the scene in the York). The
spring's all-star baseball classic to mations we
be played here on St. Patrick's Day Louis) and
for the benefit of the Finnish Relief adelphia).
Fund. Other play
Selected in . a poll of baseball N
writers covering the major league Pitchers:
clubs now training in Florida, the Cincinnati;
American League entry will go to Higbee, Phil
the post with a squad of 25, eight of per, St. Lou
them Yankees. Of the remainder, Catchers:
the Boston Red Sox .contributed five Lombardi, C
and Washington, Detroit and Cleve- Infielders:
land four each. New York;
Seven American League players a14y, Philac
and two from the National League carart and I
were unanimous choices. In the cinello, Bost
Junior circuit they were Feller Outfielders
(Cleveland); Leonard (Washington); man, Cincir







Seabiscuit Captures Santa Anita
Handicap, Setting.Track Record


LOS ANGELES, March 2-(R)-
Mighty Seabiscuit won the greatest
race of a great racing career today.
Rounding out one of the most
amazing chapters in the colorful
annals of ,the American turf, the
gallant Seabiscuit captured the sixth
running of the $100,000 added Santa
Anita Handicap and reached the
crown point ot a' goal of gold. He
became the grcatest money winner
of all time, and one of the most be-
loved thoroughbreds in the game.
Rolling down to victory in his third
crack at the top prize of this world's
richest horse race, with the roar of a
record crowd. of 75,000 pulling him
in, the 7-year-old Warrior of the
West outgained and outcharged his
12 rivals in a glorious performance]
that broke the track record.
It was a double triumph for the
feared and odds-on favorite combin-

the front i the closing strides, one er andTrosky, Cleveland; Rolfe and
length back of his famous stable- Crosetti, New York; Gehringer, De-
The race brought '$86,650 net and Outfielders: Keller and DiMaggio,
sent the Biscuit's all-time earntngs New York; Greenberg, Detroit; Wal-
soaring beyond the American turf ker and Case, Washington; Dominic
record held by W. S. Kilmer's great DiMaggio, Boston.
Sun Bcau. Seabiscuit's win brought
his total to $437,730. Sun Beau's
record was $376,744.- LIBERTY CAFE
Jockey Basil Jamres, aboard Whi-
chee, fired a complaint at Seabiscuit, O.enuine appetizing Chinese dishes.
charging Jockey Johnny (Red) Pol- TWO Spec ais this week only . .
lard cut in on him at the sixteenth CHINESE
pole. The protest was not allowed, CHOP SUEY 34c
however, and the entry of Seabiscuit
and Kayak II paid off across the and Best
board at the price of $3.40, $2.80 and Jasmine Tea served with all orders.
$2.60. Whichee paid $3.60 to show. Students and Faculty
$2.60.especially invited.
Seabiscuit ran the mile and a quar- Orders to go out alien at all hours.
ter in 2:01 1/5 The track record Next to the Michigan Theatre.
of 2:01 2/5 was set in the big" 'cap Phon e 6380
a year ago by Kayak II.

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