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Wolverine

Swimmers

Score

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Victory

Over

Wayne

Natators Score
Wins In Seven
Of Nine Events
Clark, Wayne Freesyler,
Only )ouhle Winner;
SharemetBoys Win
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to out-butterfly the fast finishing
Dick Koch from Wayne in 2:29.8.
The backstroke was all Michigan,
as expected. Bill Beebe held the early
lead this time. Out in front by six
feet at the century turn, Beebe tired
as teammate Dick Riedl moved up
fast along side and just managed to
hold into a two foot lead at the wall.
Beebe's time was 1:39.7.
Even with Clark in Lhe .quarter
mile, there were thrills. Bill Buck-
ingham of Wayne and Michigan's
Blake Thaxter battled stroke for
stroke throughout the long grueling
route with Buckingham just reaching
out to gain a touch decision for sec-
ond place.
And the grand finale to Michigan's
1940 home swimming season came off
in true Wolverine style. The 400-
yard freestyle corps, Gus Sharemet,
John Gillis, Bill Holmes and Barker,
found no match from the Tartar
quartet and easily won in 3:37.7.
Swimming Summaries
300-yard Medley Relay: Won by
Michigan (Heydt, J. Sharemet and
Williams). Time 2:58.3.
220-yard Freestyle: Won by Clark,
Wayne; second Hutchens, Michigan;
third, W. Prew, Wayne. Time: 2:14.7.
50-yard Freestyle: Won by Barker,
Michigan; second, Lumsden, Wayne;
third, Gillis, Michigan. Time: :23.3.
Diving: Won by Martin, Michigan
(437.1 points); second, * Benham,
Michigan; third, Gardner, Wayne.
100-yard Freestyle: Won by G.
Sharemet, Michigan; second, Bark-
er, Michigan; third, Lumsden, Wayne.
Time: 0:52.3.
150-yard Backstroke: Won by Bee-
be, Michigan; second, Ried, Michi-
gan; third, Colley, Wayne. Time:
1:39.7.
200-yard Breaststroke: Won by J.
Sharemet, Michigan; second, Koch,
Wayne; third, Haigh, Michigan. Time
2:29.8.
440-yard Freestyle: Won by Clark,
Wayne; second Buckingham, Wayne;
third, Thaxter, Michigan. Time:
4:59.2.
440-yard Relay: Won by Michigan
(G. Sharemet Gilis, ohnes, Bark-
er). Time: 3:37.7.
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New York Yankees, owned by the
heirs of Col. Jacob Ruppert, has been
"hawked" in Wall Street for some
time with a $4,000,000 price tag, well
informed financial circles told the
Associated Press today.
So far, however, these s.ources said,
the best offer has been $2,000,000
with financiers admitting they might
be willing to go a trifle higher for
baseball's leading ball club.
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IN TiliS
CORNER
By Mel Fineberg
'eirsB An J erse' . . .

Vi tIy Seeks
Seventh Butler
Relays Crown
Doherty Enters 23 Men;
Wolverines Are Favored
Tho Retain "TamVil

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IN yesterday's epic we prefaced a
few statements about the necessity ( (Continued from Page 1)
of athletes being well trained with
a bit of homey doggerel. In our mail- tion is expected to come from Pitts-
box this morning we found, after burgh's quartet which, however, is
throwing away a handbill from the minus its great star, Long John Wood-
naval reserve in Detroit which prom- ruff with whose aid they copped the
is ;d $105 per month in exchange for title last year. Also figured to be up,
our bodies, two bits of rebuttal. I with tlie two leaders is Marquette's
The embryomic ( gden Nashcs ~ an
'' ..eelyti cr~h e~rr y rrcCfder a h I n the two--ivle and medley r'elays
acsked tht their names be withheld, Mn
Frankly, wec thik i wise. Number , iirtan will be racing Indiana's
one: .Illinois Relays champion quartets,
to whom they finished second. Since
"about conditions physical then the Michigan half-milers have
i'm awful quizzical come along so well that Doherty may
it sounds like such awful rot run his four 880-men in the two-
just give me the athlete mile relay instead of breaking them
who, strays from the path beat up to run Dye Hogan and Tommy
and you keep the one who does not." Jester in the medley, leaving Johnny
Kautz and Howie Egert in the two-
The second letter divulged this: mile. Should he run them together,
"max baer was a fighter, the Hoosiers might well experience
attended first nighters decisive defeat.
and then would get tirhterHowever, the medley team which
an hnwud e ihe this time will have the 440-ace War-
than anything.
John I was another r en Breidenbach handling the quar-
joh ter-mile leg would also have a good
who'd cuss his Own brother chance to cop first place. So, Doher-
and john was no hum but ruther ty is faced with the problem of de-
a heavyweight king." -ciding between having one cracker-
Rather than criticize this by saying jack team and one good one, and two
that the seventh line is disgraceful quite excellent teams. Bill Acker-
we'll pound our own bit out just to man, Ed Barrett, and Jack Dobson
show we too can get into a rhapsodic will be the other three men from
mood. whom Doherty will choose these
teams.
INr~t{' REFTTIONAlso entered in the Relays are shot-
Though Baer was a hitter putters Bob Hook and Tom Lawton
He was sometimes a quitter and pole-vaulter Dave Cushing.

'ehooLhoy Mat
Stars Vie Here
Ottawa Hills To Defend
Title At I.-If Building
over 100 high school wrestlers will
converge on the Intramural Building
this afternoon to compete for the
state high school wrestling title.
The defending champions, Ottawa
Hills, of Grand Rapids; Ann Arbor
High, runners-up last year; and East
Detroit High School lead the 14-
school entry list as pre-tournament
i:v.critces. A number of squads will
U~O i the. meet us tinknown quan-
O1a1 V ('(dfl(' tion m
'i 'v mi Iy, s C au ilclt to get un-
deiway at one o'clock, is inder the
direction of Cliff Keen, Mirhigan
\arsity coach. Present plUns call for
the preliminaries to be concluded
during the afternoon, with the finals
:tarting at 7:30 p.m.
Members of the Wolverine varsity
will referee the matches. There will
be two mats, with two bouts going
on simultaneously. The public will
be admitted free of charge.

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FRATERNITY STANDINGS
Psi Upsilon...............836
Phi Delita Thea..........828
Sigma Chi...............757
Theta Xi..................666
Phi Beta Delta .......... 657
Sigma Nu................640
Phi Kappa Psi ............ 634
Phi Gamma Delta .........634
Delta Upsilon ............ 628
Lambda Chi Alpha ........ .625
Phi Sigma Delta .......... 609
Alpha Tau Omega .........605
Sigma Alpha Mu .......... 575
Point totals include speedball,
out door track, water polo, wrestling,
handball, basketball, volley ball, swim
meet, bowling and relays.

Bill Beebe, junior dorsal artist,
turned in a 1:39.7 victory in the
150-yard backstroke event as the
Wolverines closed their home sea-
son with a thrill-packed victory
over Wayne.
Nine Michigan
Wrestlers Win,
Varsity etters
Nine members of Michigan's wrest-
ling squad were awarded varsity let-
ters by Coach Cliff Keen, it was an-
nounced yesterday. Six other men
were the recipients of secondary
awards.
At the same time Coach Keen said
that next year's mat captain would be
chosen after the National Intercol-
legiate Meet, March 29 and 30.
Three seniors, all Conference cham-
pions, were among the letter-win-
ners. They were Forrest Jordan, out-
going captain from Clare, who holds
the Big Ten heavyweight crown; Don
Nichols, Cresco, Iowa, 175-pounder,
and Harland Danner, 155-pounder
from Ann Arbor. The others were
Bill Combs, Tulsa, Oklahoma; James
Galles, Chicago; John Paup, Ann
Arbor, Joe Robinson, Detroit; John
Sergeant, Buffalo, N.Y.; and Tom
Weidig, Monroe.
Secondary awards went to Jack
Butler, Port Huron; Richard French,
Ann Arbor; Fred Klemach, Saginaw;
Carl Mosser, Reading, Pa,; Art Pad-
dy, Benton Harbor, and John Rasch-
bacher, Ann Arbor.
Combs, who placed second ir the
145-pound class at the Conference
Meet last week end, has won four
while going undefeated to lead the
squad in dual meet competition.
Individual season records:

Stan Kelley, Michigan hurdling
star, will be out to tlyrn the tables
on Wisconsin's Ed Smith when the
two meet in the 65-yard low hur-
dIes at the Butler Relay Carnival
tonight. The Badger ace just nosed
out Kelley for first pla e in the
Conference Indoor meet last week.

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And a case of the jitter
Oft troubled him.
And when Louis from Detroit
Who stayed close to home noits
Hit Maxie with his right
He debubbled him.
And even John L.
Wh drank to beat 'ell
And caroused, and debauched and
degenerated
Was beat and beat bad,
In fact 'twas quite sad
To see Sullivan so awfully devener-
ated.
If anyone else wants to show us up
he's welcome to leap into the fray.
From now it's dog eat doggerel.
1' * *
Capt. Ralph Schwarzkopf, ace
Michigan distance runner,khas been
tendered two invitations. The first
is to meet Taisto Maki, Don Lash and
Greg Rice in a three-mile run; the
second offers him competition at a
mile-and-a-half with Glenn Cunn-
ingham, Chuck Fenske and Gene
Venzke in the other lanes. Needless
to say, both are sudden death.
Well, Schwarzkopf turned to
Phi Diamond and said, "Phil,
what would you do if you were
me?"
Diamond thought a minute and
said, "If I were you I'd find three
other fellows and start a bridge game.
It's safest."
EXHIBITION BASEBALL
Boston (A) 002 020 210-7 9 2
Brooklyn (N) 200 000 201-5 14 1

Conger In Star Role
As TigersTop Cards
LAKELAND, Fla., March 15-(/P)-
Young Dick Conger, pressing his bid
to become a Major Leaguer in one
jump, blanked the St. Louis Cardi-
nals for five innings in an exhibi-
tion game here today as the Detroit
Tigers came through with a 5 to 2
victory.
It was Conger's second fine mound
performance for Detroit. Only one
Cardinal gcot as far as third base-
and that on an error and a stolen
base. Conger allowed only two hits.
A rookie and a veteran gave Con-
ger able help. Pat Mullin, center-
fielder, and Birdie Tebbetts, veteran
catcher, each hit a home run and be-
tween them batted in all the Tiger
scores. Pat accounted for four runs
personally, hitting two singles in ad-
dition to his circuit blow. Tebbett
homer was a lusty blow inside the
park.

New York (N) 000 110 000 1_--_.3 9 0
New York (A) 101 000 000 0-2 7 0
Mvelt on, Vandenberg, Gumbert and
Danning, O'Dea; Murphy, Sundra,
Chandler, Carpenter and Jorgens.
* * *!
Chicago (N) 104 310 001 0-10 15 4
Chicago (A) 100 020 070 1-11 16 0
Root, French, V. Olsen, Epperlee
and Todd, Collins; Dietrich, Boyles,
Rigney and Tresh, Turner.
Pittsburgh (N) 100 005 000-6 6 1
Phila. (A) 000 220 001-5 10 1
Butcher, Klinger and Davis; Bab-
ich, Hogsett, Ross and Hancken,
Warner.
All freshmen who wish to try
out for the sophomore football
managerial positions are request-
ed to report to Yost Field House,
Monday, March 18, between 2:00
and 5:00 p.m.
Fred Howarth, Varsity Manager

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It will make your trip pleasant and secure to
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Paddy.................1
Danner................7
Galles ................ 7
Jordan................5
Sergeant..............3
Nichols...............4
Weidig ................ 3
Robinson..............1
Paup.................2
Raschbacher.....0
Butler ................. 0
Klemach .............. 0
Mosser.................0
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march 17 .pecia
Baked Bean Pot
Boston Brown Bread, Cole Slaw
Peach Pie a la inode, Beverage
50c
Fruit Salad Bowl, whipped cream
Toasted Cheese Sandwich
Caramel 'Mallow Sundae
Beverage
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Chicken Tetrazzini in casserole
H ead Lettuce, Thousand Island
Dressing, Chocolate Cream Pie
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Grilled Lamb Chop
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French Fried Potatoes, Fresh Peas
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