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SATURDAY MARCH 9,T1MIC
Swimmers, TrackmenLeadC onference InQ ualifying

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Heyd, Chaks
Up New Mark
In Badkstroke
Jim Welsh, Distance Star,
Is Forced Out Of Meet
With Lobar Pneumonia
(Continued from Page 1)
last year, failed to get a first in his
heat but managed to qualify easily
for the finals. Beebe also fell behind
during the first 100 yards and his
sprint just failed to nip Al Armbrus-
ter, Iowa co-captain. With Welsh
out of the competition, Hutchens in
his last Big Ten meet turned in the
best time over the 220-yard distance
as hewon his heat in 2:17.3. The,
husky senior led all the way, allowed
Stanhope to close in on the seventh
and eighth laps but pulled away from
the Buckeye in the home stretch and
won by two yards.
Michigan's free style and back
stroke power specially shone tonight.
In the free style Barker and Holmes'
came though the 50, Gus Sharemet,
Holmes, Barker and Gillis in the cen-
tury, Hutchens and Tom Willians in
the 220 and Blake Thaxter in the
quarter-mile.
Summaries of the prpliminary
heats, listing only the qualifiers:
Fancy Diving, low board: Al Pat-
nik, Ohio State, 127.08; Earl Clark,
Ohio State, 115.48; Jack Ledford,
Ohio State, 110.94; Hal Benham,
Michigan, 108.76; J. Wolin, Michigan,
107.40; T. Powell, Northwestern,
106.18; B. Cleaveland, Ohio State,
101.56..
300-yard Medley Relay: Michigan
(Beeb e, J..Sharemet, G. Sharemet)
2:58.8 (hat winner) Illinois, Ohio;
Iowa (Armbruster,. Paulos, Wen-.
strom) 3:04.5 (heat winner), Wiscon-
sin, Minnesota.,
220-yard Freestyle: Hutchens, Mi-
chigan. Time 2:17.8 (heat winner);
Stanhope, Ohio State; Robinson,
Minnesota; Patton, Ohio State. Time
2:18.6 (heat winner), Dotson, Iowa;
Williams, Michigan.
50-yard Freestyle: Barker, Michi-
gan. Time 23.2 (heat winner);
Surles, Northwestern; Holmes, Mich-
igan. Wenstrom, Iowa. Time 23.8
(heat winner); Fahrbach, North-
western; Micolum, Chicago.
100-yard Freestyle: Fahrbach,
Northwestern, time 53.3 (heat win-
ner); G. Sharemet, Michigan, Gillis
Michigan. Time 53.8 (heat winner)
Holmes, Michigan. Barker, Michi-
gan. Time 53.3 (heat winner) Surles,
Northwestern.
150-yard Bckstroke: Armbruster,
Iowa, time 1:39.8 (heat winner), Kur-
lak, Illinois; Beebe, Michigan. Heydt,
Michigan. Time 1:37.1 (heat win-
ner), Woodling, Ohio State. Riedl,
Michigan, time 1:40.4 (heat winner).
(Heydt set new record, breaking old
mark of 1:38.1, set jointly by Stan-
hope of Ohio and Barker of Michi-
gan in 1939).,
200-yard Breast Stroke: Higgins,]
Ohio State. Time 2:26.3 (heat win-
ner) Sahlman, Minnesota. J. Share-
met, Michigan. Time 2:31.2 (heat win-
ner) Haigh, Michigan. Time 2:35.2
(heat winner) Anderson, Chicago;
Ringer, Minnesota.
440-yard Free Style: Stanhope,
Ohio State, time 5:02.3 (heat winner)'
Dotson, Iowa. Patton, Ohio State,
time 5:04.8 (heat winner) Thaxter,
Michigan; Ahlgren, Iowa. Woodling,
Ohio State, time 5:10.5 (heat winner.
400-yard Relay: Michigan (Share-
met, Hutchens, Gillis, Barker) time
3:32.6 (heat winner) Northwestern,
Purdue. Minnesota (Leidl, Lagaard,
Bloom, Jadlonski) time 3:45.1 (heat
winner), Ohio State, Indiana. (Michi-

gan's' mark new conference record, 1
breaking mark of 3:33.8 set in 1939, byt
(Hutchens, Holmes, Barker and Tom-
ski of Michigan.)1
The other new mark camne in the
150-yard back stroke .asM-ancis
Heydt, sensational Iowa transfer,
slid through the water in 1:37.1 to
better the old record of 1:38.1 held
jointly by Barker of Michigan and
the Buckeye Harold Stanhope.
I-M Officials
Expect 5,000
At Open House
Mobilizing a small army of 100
workers, the Intramural Department
is. rapidly completing plans to ac-
commodate an anticipated crowd of
5,000 spectators at the Twelfth An-
nual Open House to be held Wednes-
day, March 13, at the I-M building.
There will be guides galore, decked
out in white shirts, white trousers
and black bow ties, prepared to di-
rect visitors through the diversified
program, embracing 500 contestants
and 21 sports, and featuring all-cam-
nz tiurnament.c ha mninnsh in

Four VarsityMatmenPlaceInFinals

Seventh Indoor Title Prospects
Bright Following Preliininai

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IN THIS
CORNER'
By Mel Fineberg
Indiana Hotstu -f..
CHICAGO FIELD HOUSE, Chica-
go, Ill., March 8.-This'"huge struc-
ture, impressive even though occupied
by a faithful handful, saw a slightly
built lad with a distinctly Indiana
twang run 440 as it has never been
run indoors by any one else before.
The Hoosier hot shot was Roy Coch-
ran, a made over hurdler who sprints
on the side, and he turned .i an
amazing 48.4 in quarter, half second
under Ray Ellinwood's accepted Big
Ten and American Standard.;

Cinders Will Fly .

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Everything was set up here to-
day for the performance After
warming up with 50.9 in quar-
ter in the preliminaries and a
qualifying position in the 60 yard
dash, he broke from his number
five position and was never in
any danger from Michigan's out-
door Big Ten champion, Warren
Breidenbach. Cochran poured on
a truly renvarikable 23 second
first 220 and all Breidenbach
could do, coming down the home
stretch ten yards behind, was
smile ruefully at the futility of
fully extending himselfsto over-
come Cochran. It ~just wasn't
humanly possible to expect. And
it may not. be possible in the near
future.

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The track here, one of the country's
finest Nand fastest, is a composite saw-
dust and dirt affair. And the boards,
rails, curbs, or what you will, are re-
moveable.
As is entirely fitting and proper,
the judges have the best position in
the house. They're situated just
above the finish line on a platform
on the balcony. It reminds us of the
judge's stand at a horse racing track.
liut they're taking no chances
on the frailty of the human judg-
ment. The track solomons won't
be final because, for the first
time in Big Ten history, official
finish pictures were taken. They'll
be developed overnight and then,
at the coaches' meeting at 11
o'clock tomorrow morning, any
doubts will be cleared and if the
pictures warrant, any mistakes
will be rectified. It'll be a sort
of "wire phto."
Indiana's Marcelleaus Jenkins, who
survived the first heat in the quarter,
pulled one as funny as his first name.
He walked up t6 coach Billy Hayes
and meekly inquired of his Svengali,
"What should I do now?" The best
Hayes could proffer was, "Warm up
for the semis" and Jenkins dutifully
did.
Dye Mogan captured the fancy
df the crowd, and next to Coch-
ran's record breaking perform-
ance, received the biggest hand.
In his 880 heat, Indiana's
Campbell Kane appeared unbeat-
able. He ran from fifth to first
place as easily as a professor an-
nounces a. blue book. He appears
unbeatable in this field. in spite
of the slow 2:02.8.
The average life of a Big Ten record
is three years. Three marks made in
the Indoor Meet in the 60, the high
hurdles and the' quarter stand as.
American records. at
Bob. Barnard, just nosed out in the
440 yard semis, was listed in the pro-
grams as Joerfetz.

Roy Cochran, Indiana speed
merchant who ran the 440 yard
race last night in the sensational
time of 48.4 seconds to set a Big
Ten Conference record as he led
the field in qualifying for the fi-
nals scheduled tonight. Cochran
is a revamped hurdler who is mak-
ing good in a big way running the
longer distances.
Pucksters End
Season %Tonight
Clash With Ill1ini As Janmes
Ends Collegiate Career
(Special To The Daily)
CHAMPAIGN, III.,. March 9-Arm-
ed with a newly-found scoring punch,
Michigan's hockey team takes the
ice in the final game of the meason
tonight against Vic Heyliger's Illi-
nois squad which they blanked, 2-0,
Thursday in the first of a two-game
series.
The two big guns in the sudden
goal-getting campaign that Coach
Eddie Lowrey's men have been wag-
ing are Paul Goldsmith, sophomore
center on 'the first line and the pop -
ular Charley. Ross, defenseman.
Each of these two men scored a
goal, in Thursday night's battle,'
Goldsmith beating goalie Jack Gil-
land in the second peiod on an as-
sist from Bert Stodden, and Ross hit-
ting the twine late in the third per-
iod after an Orange and Blue power
play. Goldsmith scored twice and
Ross three times in the Paris A. C.
game a week ago.
The Wolveri es will be striving
for their ;fourth straight victory over
the Illini this season, having beaten
Heyliger's inexperienced sextet twice
in Ann Arbor earlier in the year.
Cjapt. Spike James, who registreredc
his second shutout of thepresen
campaign Thursday night, takes his
accustomed post between the nets
tonight for the last time as a nem-
ber of a Wolverine hockey team.
SEASN'SINDIVIDUAL BAS-_
I KETBALL SCORING RECORDS

Favor Keen's
Squad To Win
Championship
Jordan, Nichols, Danner,
Combs Take Quarter,
Semi-Final Matches
(Continued rrom rPage 1)
erts, of Wisconcin, in the semi-finals,
9-6.
Danner moved within a step of
regaining the crown he held in 1938
when he defeated Boyd, of Illinois,
12-6, in the semi-finals. The Wol-
verine 155-pounder pinned Chicago's
Stone in 1:57 in his afternoon match.
He will meet Weiss, the man he lick-
ed at Indiana last week, in the finals.
The Hoosier gained his spot by vir-
tue of a 13-11 overtime victory over
Janseko, Minnesota.
Bill Combs, Acovering from an in-
jured knee, outpbinted Martens, of
Wisconsin, 14-2, to enter the finals
with Ohio's Montonaro whom he beat
two weeks ago. Combs had wrestled
two overtime periods in the after-
noon before gaining a 9-8 decision
over Indiana's Joe Roman. The ref-
eree had awarded the match to Ro-
man after the first overtime ended
in a tie, but he was overruled by a
conference of coaches, which voted
on the extra period.
Jim Galles for the second time
found McDaniels' edge in experience
too much fir him, and dropped a
close match to the defending cham-
pion, 2-1. The Wolverine sophomore
had won his afternoon bout by pin-
ning Willey, Purdue, in 7:30.
Michigan's other two entries, Tom
Weidig, and Jack Sergeant, were
eliminated in the afternoon matches.
Weidig was pinned by Indiana's Sef-
ton in 2:35, the second time he has
fallen before the Hoosier this sea-
son. Sergeant, replacing Carl Mos-
ser at the 136-pound spot, lost a
13-0 decision to Taylor, Minnesota.
Summaries are as follows:
Semi-Finals:
121 pounds: Sherman, Iowa, threw
Fredericks, Purdue, in 7:38; Sefton,
Indiana, defeated Hill, Illinois, 9-3.
128 pounds: Hanson, Minnesota,
threw Zafros, Chicago, in 6:28; Ju-
lius, Iowa, defeated Kindy, Illinois,
7-0.
136 pounds: Wilson, Indiana, de-
feated Taylor, Minnesota, 13-5; Ritz,
Wisconsin, defeated Lindeman, Pur-
due, 11-1.
145 pounds: Montonaro, Ohio
State, threw Thomas, Chicago, in
1 :50; Combs, Michigan, defeated
Martens, Wisconsin, 14-2.
155 pounds: Danner, Michigan, de-

... When They Meet

(Continued from Page 1)
Michigan's fastest 880 man, running
about five yards behind Buxton of
Wisconsin, the winner in the heat
and Eisenhardt of Ohio, Buxton do-
ing 1:55.3. Dye Hogan led thle parade
of four Doherty-men into the finals
by winning the first heat with Howie
Egert placing third. Tommy Jester
finished second to the favorite
Campbell Kane of Indiana in a 2:02.8
race, as all the men watched each
other all the way with no one going
out.
Tomorrow finds the Wolverines'
big guns going into action with Capt.
Ralph Schwarzkopf and Don Can-
ham after new records in the two
mile and high jump respectively. The
quarter mile, with Breidenbach let-
ting loose against the sensational
Cochran, should produce a time un-
der 48 seconds if tonight's perform-
ances were any indication of things
to come.
Summaries of the preliminary
events in. the Big Ten indoor track
meet were
60-yard Dash: (Qualifiers for to-
morrow night's semi-finals): Smith,
Michigan; Wilson, Iowa; Beatty, Chi-
cago; Peil, Michigan; Piker, North-
,estern; Tuiner, Illinois; Franck,
Minnesota; Harnist, Michigan; Coch-
ran, Indiana; Davenport, Chicago;
Green, Iowa; Boyle, Indiana. Best
time by Peil, Michigan, 062.
880-yard Run: (Qualifiers for to-
morrow night's finals): Hogan, Mich-
igan; Hoke, Indiana; Egert, Michi-
gan; Buxton, Wisconsin; Eisenhart,
Ohio State; Kautz, Michigan; Kane,
Indiana; Jester, Michigan; Bauer,
Yale Tankers Set Record
NEW HAVEN, Conn., March 8.-
(P)-The Yale swimming combine of
Willis Sanburn, Edward Pope, Rus-
sell Duncan and Howard Johnson
broke the world's record for the 400-
metre freestyle relay by almost five
seconds today in a race against time.
The Eli quartet swam the distance
in three minutes, 54 and four-tenths
seconds, in shattering the mark of
3:59.2 set in Berlin in 1938 by the
American team

,

Ken Doherty's ace quarter-miler,
Warren Breidenbach, who finished
second to Roy Cochran last night,
will meet the Hoosier flash in the
finals tonight in what' promises to
be the feature race of the evening.
Breidenbach will have to run as he
never has before if Cochran is as
hot as we was last 'night.
feated Boyd, Illinois, 12-6; Weiss,
Indiana, defeated Janesko, Minne-
sota, 13-11, in overtime.
165 pounds: McDaniels, Indiana,
defeated Galles, Michigan, 2-1; Schu-
macher, Minnesota, defeated Fergu-
son,' Northwestern, 7-3.
175 pounds: Nichols, Michigan,
defeated Sawchyn, Ohio State, 8-5;
Whitmore, Iowa, Defeated Roberts,
Wisconsin, 9-6.
Heavyweight: Downes, Ohio State,
threw Sikich, Illinois, in 5:10; Jor-
dan, Michigan, defeated Johnson,
Iowa, 5-4.

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"Wisconsin. Best time by
1Wisconsin, 1:55.3.
70-yard High Hurdles: :
for tomorrow night's iemi
Kelly, Michigan; Benn, Mi
Rankin, Purdue; Ed Smith,
sin; Vollenweider, Iowa; Wh
nois; Hall, Michigan; Reisi
nois; Horvarth, Northwestern
Illinois; Finch, Northwester
stead, Michigan. Best time b
Wisconsin, and Olsen, Illin
440 yard Dash: (Qualifiers
morrow night's finals): Coclh
diana; Breidenbach, Michiga
kletown, Purdue; Sulzman
State; McCown, Illinois; M.
Indiana. Best time by Cocl-
diana, 48.4 (new Big Ten
record--old record of 48.9 est
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