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SOMEONE once said that all is not
gold that doesn't turn yellow and
right along that line we might say
that Michigan hasn't yet lost the Na-
tional Collegiate swimming title
which it defends in 10 days.

Two weeks ago we might have
said so. In fact, two weeks ago
we can remember saying so. But
now things have turned about.
And the worm has been the East-
ern Intercollegiates.

Everyone thought that Yale was in
after Jimmy Welsh took sick. With
the 10 points that the Michigan junior
was going to pick up (a first and a
second) gone, it looked as though the
Bulldog could start barking-and the
bite was going to be even worse. Butj
now, as we recall seeing somewhere,
"things have turned about."J
Item number 1: Howie Johnson was
whipped in the hundred in 52.6 by
Charley Colwell of Army. This may
shove the Eli down to fourth place
behind Gus Sharemet and Charley
Barker of Michigan and the cadet.
Then again, he may pop up into first
place.
2. Ned Parke of Princeton, after
one week in the breast stroke, won
the event in 2:24.6. This may
bring repurcussions, shoving John
Sharemet of Michigan and Yale's
trio of breastrokers all down the
list.
3. Sciefer of Brown swam 23.7 in the
50 and 53 flat in the hundred as he
won both events at the New England
Intercollegiates last Saturday. And
along with Guy Lumsden of Wayne
swimming 23.4 in the 50 that means
that Yale's sprint men are going to
be in for plenty of trouble.

' 4, i f). ,a'wiiwdi y team,
wixuihig in Philadelphia in 2-56.8,
showed that it too could beat
Yale.
5. Eli Rene Choteau swam the quar-
ter in 4:53.2 and that'll make him
plenty tough to beat at the Collegi-
ates.
BUT if there is cause to be happy
so is there cause for sorrow. The
entire swimming team is going to
make the trip to New Haven, Conn.,
by day coach. Yes, 750 miles sitting
up.
The team will leave here on
Wednesday, probably in mid-
afternoon, arrive in New Haven
Thursday and then presumably
be all set to swhi Friday and
Saturday. We say "presumably"
advisably.
It's tough enough for the squad to
make the trip by pullman, but by
day coach . . . well, that's even
tougher.
We appreciate the problem with
which Matt Mann is faced. He
had a limited budget and in order
to give his swimmers as much
competition as possible he has to
cut down somewhere. But the
National Collegiates isn't the
place to cut down. If the bud-
get is insufficient then the
Board in Control should augment
it.
We scarcely think that the swim-
mers would object to coming back
by day coach if the paucity of money
demands it, but the squad shouldnat
least be able to go there in a pull-
man. With the reduced rate per mile
which will go into effect on March
21 it doesn't seem too impossible for
the Board to allocate to the natators
a little more of the stuff that makes
the world go 'round-and we don't
mean love.
* * * *
RALPH Schwarzkopf was one of'
those who was glad to hear that
Taisto Maki was beaten by Walter
Mehl in Kansas City in the two-mile
Monday night. The Wolverine cap-
tain, who will meet the Finnish ace
here Saturday night, feels that now
that the latter has been whipped he'll
really start out with a stiff pace.
Schwarzkopf feels that he has
a stronger finish than the Fin-
nish star--and if he can stay on
his heels throughout the race
then he can whip him at the fin-
ish. And that ends that.
* * *
A headline in yesterday's Daily:
"Winchell Wins
Dorm Mat Title"
We wonder if that means that now
everyone can walk all over them.

Back On The Job Again
My .: r
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as ,
Bill Steppon, varsity infilder,
has rejoined his mates in the Field
House batting nets after being
shelved for a fortnight because of
a dislocated shoulder. Bill is slow-
ly rounding into shape to take over
his second base job.
Wings Defeat
Americans, 24
In Playoff Tilt
Rangers Lick Bruins, 4-0;
Toronto Goes Overtime
To BeatChicago, 3-2
DETROIT, March 19. -(A)- An
overtime goal by Syd Howe gave the
Detroit Red Wings a 2 to 1 victory
over the New York Americans in the
first of their best of three game series
in the Stanley Cup play-off here to-
night.
The "sudden death" goal, twenty-
five seconds after the start of the
overtime period in which the Red
Wings, who finished the regular cam-
paign in fifth place, peppered goalie
Earl Robertson unmerfully with
shots. Robertson never had a chance
as Howe skated in fast, slithering in
and out of the defense, and rifling the
puck into the net.
NEW YORK, March 19.-(P)-The
New York Rangers, ripe with power
and over-supplied with burning speed,
gave the Boston Bruins a sound 4-0
drubbing tonight in the opening of
their best-of-seven Stanley Cup semi-
final play offs.
TORONTO, March 19.-(P)-Syl-
vanus Apps tied the game in the third'
period and scored in the overtime to-
night to give the Toronto Maple
Leafs a 3-2 victory over the Chicago
Black Hawks before 13,078 in their
first round battle of the National
Hockey League's Stanley Cup play-
offs.
Ray Courtright To Show
Golf Film At Union

Track Records Due For Fall
H s!firgay i AAU Mee-

RINK
MICHIGAN
0
The skating rink closes
for the season of 1939-40
on Sunday, March 24th, at

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I t R117 f~il ;:o ?,l. i~pt pinsing Fin
hnd's flyingT aisto Maki will be just
one event of a whole card which will
threaten Field House records.
The one-mile run will bring to-
gether the classiest field the Field
House has had in years. Heading the
list of entries in this event will be
Butler University's sophomore star
Earl Mitchell who has been timed in
4:12. In addition, Bill Southworth
the Butler varsity ace, will be present
to take a crack at Ralph Schwarz-
kopf's recently established record of
4:14.2.
Michigan will run Ed Barrett, who
ran 4:14.6 in the Conference Meet
two weeks ago, and Jack Dobson, who
has run 4:21 outdoors and has shown
great improvement this year. Michi-
gan Normal will send over Joe Brez-
ezinski and Duane Zemper, who
Coach Lloyd Olds believes may be
better than his present star, Tom
Quinn. Bud Leonard of Western
StaterTeachers' brilliant miler will
'also run. And, as something of an
experiment to satisfy the track fans
who have long thought that Tommy
Jester would make a swell miler,
Coach Ken Doherty has entered his
half-mile star in the event.
Quinn will head the field which will
be seeking to break Abe Rosenkrantz's
half-mile mark of 1:55.1, set in 1935.
Michigan will have Dye Hogan, who
was fourth in the Conference despite
being almost knocked down, and who
ran 1:56.6 last Saturday, and sopho-
more Johnny Kautz, the dark-horse
of the event. Michigan State will
send its Capt. Roy Fehr and Normal
will also enter Bud Lautenschlager.
In addition to these men, three or
Frosh Half-Mile Mark
Falls For Third Time
The freshman half-mile record
changed hands yesterday for the third-
time this year when Quentin Brels-
ford raced the distance in 1:58 to
break Bob Ufer's record by six-tenths
of a second. In the same race, John
Purdue also bettered the old mark,
doing 1:58.1, and Bill Dawson be-
came the fifth yearling to break two
minutes, running 1:59.7.
Earlier in the year, Brelsford had
set a new 880 mark of 1:58.8, but that
time stood for only a few weeks when
Ufer set a new standard of 1:58.6.
G-odoy Named
Top Contender
Louis Fight Rates Chilean
Next To Champion
MILWAUKEE, March 19.-(')-
Arturo Godoy, Chile's "forgotten
man," who came out of obscurity to
go 15 rounds with heavyweight cham-
pion Joe Louis, today replaced Tony
Galento as the National Boxing Asso-
ciation's choice as No. 1 contender
for the brown bomber's title.
Fred J. Saddy of Milwaukee, chair-
man of the NBA's championship rat-
ing committee, placed Godoy's per-
formance at the top of his review for
the past quarter, ahead of Henry
Armstrong's knockout victory over Pe-
dro Montanez and Armstrong's draw
with Ceferino Garcia.
Galento dropped to second place
among the heavyweight contenders,
followed in order by Bob Pastor, Lou
Nova, Tommy Farr and Max Baer.
The committee placed Johnny Pay-
chek, Louis' next foe, in eighth place.
There will be a meeting for all
1940 football candidates at 7:30
p.m., Thursday, March 21, in
Room 321 and 323 at the Mich-

igan Union.
H.O. Crisler,
football coach

Walvernies wiili i~e i ii? rTide ein-
1 Y znfe i eCiiremui a11 "re a I4i UitleV
880, and no less than five of the year-
lings have broken that time. The
probable trio is Quentin Brelsford,
who, set a new frosh record yester-
day, John Purdue, and Dave Matth-

I-M Sports
The anua manu l raeliy
and I Oi1l1f row.
Contestants will be permitted to
shoot between 3:00 and 9:'0 p.m.-
today and tomorrow. The teamo
events are run as follows: each mans
on a team will shoot two rounds oft
twenty-five free throws each, anda
the ten highest rounds will consti-f
tute that team's score. Thus it is(
necessary for each team to have atc
last five men compete. Last year's
fraternity winner was Chi Phi. The
Physical Eds are the defending
champions in their division.
All men competing with their fra-
ternity or independent teams may,r
if they desire, compete -for the all- o
campus championship. In order tof
qualify for this event, the individual
must make 15 of his first twenty-1
five shots. He is then permitted to
complete 100 shots. Bob Larkin ofs
Delta Upsilon won this event lasts
year with 79 shots out of 100.t
White Sox Beat Pirates
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif., MarchC
19..-(P-The traditional "hot corner"
proved a little too sizzling for thec
Pittsburgh Pirates today as rookiel
third baseman Metha paced the Chi-
cago White Sox to a 9 to 7 victory in
an exhibition game, driving in four
runs. The American Leaguers swarm-
ed all over the Bucs in a hectic fifth
inning, scoring five runs to nullify
a four-run barrage laid down by them
in the third.
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TOM JESTER
... he'll try the mile

ews, with Bill Dawson a possible
starter.
Michigan's Gov. Luren Dickinson
will head the list of notables who will
attend the Finnish Relief Fund Mich-
igan AAU Track Meet Saturday night
in Yost Field House. The governor
will be honorary referee of the meet.

In The
Grapefruit
Leagtiie

Hogan Leads
Golf Thiiy
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ii Nrth=i-iiah peii
PINEHURST, N.C., March 19.-VP)
-Ben Hogan, 140 compact pounds
of Texas-born golf pro, came within
six inches of setting a new competi-
tive course.record today when he shot
a six-under-par 66 that gave him the
first round lead in the North-South
Open Golf Championship by a margin
of three strokes.
Hogan, who plays out of White
Plains, N.Y., came to the 17th tee of
Pinehurst's testing No. 2 course need-
ing two pars for that 66. He put all
his considerable power into a well-
hit iron shot that dropped the ball
onto the green, 186 yards away, 15
feet hole-high to the right.
Sinking that putt would have put
him seven under par. But Benny
babied it a bit, and the ball dropped
six inches short. He got his par 3
there and par 4 on the finisher, and
thus tied the competitive course
mark set up in the second round of
last year's tournament by Harry
Cooper.
Hogan, who stands second in the
list of the season's money winners,
came in three shots ahead of another
little man, Paul Runyan.
CREAM
WAFFLES
1BUTTER, SYRUP
AND COFFEE 2
THE PILLARS
Opposite Angell Hail

COMING SATURDAY
March 23
"Tie
BUNNY
Free monogrammed eggs
for the girls
mICHIGfRn
UnIon
One dollar the couple

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5 p.m.
Sessions twice
usual till then.

daily

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A 45-minute talking picture that
ofers tips for the golfer, will be
shown at 7:30 tonight in Room 305
of the Union by varsity golf coach
Ray Courtright.
The picture gives information about
swinging, grip, follow through, and
other essentials of the game with such
stars as Harry Cooper, Horton Smith,
Bobby Jones, Lawson Little, and Jim-
my Thompson giving demonstrations.
Coach Courtright has been showing
the film at the I-M Building this week
in conjuction with his daily golf
classes.

At Winterhaven, Fla.:
Cleveland (A) .. 000 000 020-2 7 0
New York (N) .. 210 000 10x-4 6 1
Eisenstat, Humphries and Hegan,
Helf; Melton, Vandenberg, Wittig
and Danning, O'Dea.
At Lakeland, Fla.
Cincinnati (N) 031 100 060-11 12 1
Detroit (A) .. 230 011 011- 9 13 3
Turner, Thompson, and Baker,
Hershberger; Bridges, McKain and
Tebbetts, Parsons.
At St. Petersburg, Fla.
Brooklyn (N) .. 000 000 050 5 7 3
St. Louis (N) .. 000 000 130-4 5 0
Wyatt, Fitzsimmons, Doyle and
Mancuso, Hartje; Davis, Shoun, Bow-
man, Barrett and Scheffing, Owen.
At Bradenton, Fla.
New York (A) . 000 000 300-3 8 0
Boston (N) .... 000 000 000-0 6 2
Breuer, Reis and Rosar; Coffman,
Lamanna, Javery, Callahan and Masi,
Antolick.
At Haines City, Fla.
Wash. (A) .. 010 004 000- 5 13 1
Kas. City (AA) 312 007 72x-22 23 1
Wynn, Jacobs, Kennedy and Early;
Lindell, Haley, Moran and Riddle, De-
phillips.
At Arcadia, Fla.
Boston (A) .. 004 000 100- 5 9 2
Louisville (AS) 045 100 17x-18 20 2
Heflin, Dasso, Fine and Deuse;
Terry, Houghson, Shaffer and Find-
ley, Walters:
Tennis Team To Have
Junior Varsity Squad
This year, for the first time, Mich-
igan will have a junior varsity tennis
team. According to varsity coach
LeRoy Weir the team will consist
of those players showing promise,
but who have not had ample exper-
ience to play on the varsity.
A three-game schedule is being
arranged for the "B" team, but as
yet it is not completed. The only
definitely arranged match is with
the "B" team of the University of
Toledo. The other two matches will
be against the squads of some of the
smaller Michigan colleges.

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bourgeoning buds, green
grass and spring splen-
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