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r-II-E- MiHJTG-A N, DAILY.

Swimmers Swamp Iowa, 63 To 21; Cagers

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Medley, Relay
Team Crals
Varsity Mark
Natators Win Every Fist;
Freshman 'Skinner Sets
Pool Mark In Exhibition
(Continued from Page 1)
out in 1:03.5, increased his lead as
the race progressed and finished all
by himself in 5:01.1. Thaxter out-
lasted Carl Ahlgren, the Hawkeye
distance star, for second spot.
Strother "T-Bone" Martin, in his
first collegiate effort, put on an im-
pressive performance to beat team-
mate Jack Wolin in the diving. Mar-
tin scored 409.1 points to 387.7 for
Wolin while Leo Biedrzycki, the lone
Iowa entry, was third with 315.4.
The century free style test almost
provided the upset of the evening for
Gus Sharemet had to come from be-
hind to overtake Wenstrom on the
final lap. The Iowa sprinter, going
out fast, took a two-foot lead at the
halfway mark, but tired miserably in
the stretch drive and wound up in
third place behind Ed Hutchens.
Sharemet, who never swims much
better than he has to, finished in
:53.8, while Hutchens was clocked at
:54.7.
The closing 400-yard free style
added the final bit of irony to the
massacre. With Williams, John Gil-
lis, Holmes and Gus Sharemet, swim-
ming in that order for the Wolver-
ines, Matt Mann's squad coasted to
a 25 yard win in 3:37.2.
As an added attraction, Jim Skin-
ner, Michigan's phenomenal fresh-
man, cracked his own pool mark for
the 100-yard breastroke when he
butterflied the distance in 1:02, one
and one-tenth of a second better
than' the time he did at the Swim
Gala last November to better Jack
Kasley's former record.
300 yard medley relay: Won by
Michigan (Beebe, J. Sharemet, J.
Shaieniet); Time: 2:55.4.'
220 yard free style: Won by Welsh,
1ichigan; second, Williams, Michi-
gn .hird, Ahlgren, Iowa. Time:
2:15.3.
50 yard free style: Won by Bark-
1ichigan Mew.
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Liberty off State

Trackmen Set Two Records InIllinois Relays

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Purdue Five Edges Out Illinois
To Take Lead In Big Ten Race
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Feb. 17.--(P)- with 14 points while Benson got 12
Purdue University's Boilermakers for Northwestern.
took undisputed possession of the
Big Ten Conference basketball lead MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 17.-(R)-
tonight, turning back Illinois, 33 to Minnesota squeezed out a 34 to 29
27, as Indiana University dropped a victory over Iowa in a Western Con-
40-to-36 decision to Northwestern. ference basketball game tonight be-
The Boilermakers put on a fin fre basketban l
exhibition of speed, snappy ball- fore 6,800 fans.
handling and pressure defense for the The result left both Minnesota and
8,500 spectators who filled the big Iowa with a ranking of three victories
field house. Purdue }led 19-9 at half- and four defeats in the Conference
time. Forward Tierney of Purdue race.
and forward Rapac of Illinois each Minnesota led throughout the game
scored 10 points, although Iowa presented an almost
sod ot.n L tl vAn, ItI. ti.,y # n

EVANSTON, Ill., Feb. 17.---")-
Northwestern University ran up a 25
to 12 halftime lead tonight and then
withstood Indiana's comeback to
hand the Hoosiers a surprise set-
back, 40 to 36, and drop them from
a first place tie with Purdue in the
Big Ten basketball race.
The Wildcats completely dominat-
ed play in the first half in which
Indiana was held without a field goal
for a 10-minute stretch. However,
the game was bitterly fought all the
way and the second half was hardly
underway before six men had been
dismissed for too many personals.
Clawson, Ilein and Shepard were
the Northwestern players ousted. For
Indiana it was Armstrong, Zimmer
and Huffman.
After the wholesale dismissal,
Northwestern's defense sagged and
Indiana began its rally. Northwes-
tern hung -on, however, and used the
stall in the final minutes to save
their game.
Schaefer paced Indiana scorers
er, Michigan; second, Barcisa, Iowa;
third, Holmes, Michigan. Time: 25.4.
Diving: Won by, Martin, Michigan;
second, Wolin, Miohigan; third, Bied-
rzyski, Iowa; 409.1 points.
1044 yard free style: Won by G.
Sharemet, Michigan; second, Hut-
chins, Michigan; third, Wenstrom,
Iowa. 'Time: 53;..
160 yard back stroke: Won by
Riedl, Michigan; second, Armstrong,
Iowa; third, Bromer, Iowa. Time:
1:38.6.
200 yard breast stroke: Won by
J. Sharemet, Michigan; second,
Poules, Iowa; third, Haigh, Michigan.
Time: 2:26.4.
440-yard free style: won by Welsh
Michigan; second, Thaxter, Michi-
gan; third, Ahlgren, Iowa. Time:
5:01.1.
400 yard free style relay: Won by
Michigan (Williams, Gillis, Holmes,
C. Sharemet). Time: 3:37.2.

consuanc threau, particuiariy in "he
final minutes when the Gophers lost
their two stars, Don Carlson, forward,

with an ankle injury, and Wi
Warhol, center, on four perso
fouls. Carlson topped the scor
with 11 points.

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Grapplers Win
At Penn State
Jordan's Opponent Suffers
Broken Leg In Match
(Continued from Page 1)
umph over Joe Scalzo in the 145
pound class. Scalzo was runner-up
for the National Collegiate Cham-
pionship last year. Jim Galles then
tied the score with"a one sided deci-'
sion victory over Chuck Rohrer. The
Lion was undefeated this season un-
til tonight.
Wrestling summary: 121 pounds,
Clair Hes, Penn State, defeated Tom
Weidig, by decision. 128 pounds:
Carl King, Penn State, defeated Dick
French, by decision. 136 pounds:
Frank Gleason, Penn State, threw
Jack Sargent, with a figure four and
half nelson. Time 8:03. .145 pounds:
William Combs, Michigan, defeated
Joe Scalzo, by decision. 155 pounds:
Harlan' Danner, Michigan, threw Roy
Gensler, with a bar and reverse chan-
cery. Time 8:06. 165 pounds: James
Galles, Michigan, defeated Charles
Rohrer, by decision. 175 pounds:
Capt. Ernie Bortz, Penn State, de-
feated Don Nichols, by decision.
Heavyweight: Capt. Forrest Jordan,
Michigan, defeated'Warren Elliott,'
by default. Referee, Ben Bishop,
Lehigh.
Undermined,
Michigan Pos. Mich. Tech
James G Meyers
Ross D Alvord
Stodden D Mars
Goldsmith C Villeneuve'
Lovett W Sihvonen
Samuelson W Petaja'
Michigan spares: Collins, Canfield,
Carson, Heddle; Tech spares, Briden,
MpPhail, Bourne, Baird, Fredrickson,:
Karam, Johnson.
Referee: Al Jacobson, Marquette.

Canham Leaps{
To New Mark
In High Jump
Michigan Team Sets New
Four Mile Relay Mark
With Time Of 17:39.4'
(Continued from Page 1)
pion, Warren Breidenbach, disap-
pointed by running only fourth in
the special 300-yard dash finishing'
behind Gene Littler of Nebraska.
who tied the Relays and American
Indoor record of 31.2 inwinning the
event.
The Wolverine two-mile team sur-
prised itself by finishing second be-
hind Indiana's crack quartet. Two
sophomores, Bill Ackerman and
Johnny Kautz, were on the team with
Ed Barrett and Howie Egert. The
medley relay team of Bob Barnard,;
Dye Hogan, Tommy Jester and
Ralph Schwarzkopf finished third
behind Indiana.
TRACK SUMMARIES
4-mile University relay: Won by
Michigan (Wisner, Dobson, Barrett,
Schwarzkopf); second vichigan
State; third, Marquette; fourth, Wis-
consin. Time: 17:39.4 (New meet
record, old record 17:50.5 by Penn-
sylvania in 1930).
300 yard dash: Won by Littler, Ne-
braska; second, McCown, Illinois;
third, Sulzman, Ohio State; fourth,
Breidenbach, Michigan. Time-:31.2,
(Equals meet record by Fred Alder-
man, Michigan State, in 1926; also
equals American indoor record by
A. Woodring, Loren Murchinson, and
Alderman).
2-mile University relay: Won by
Indiana (Cochrane, Hoke, Hedges,
Kane); second, Michigan; third,
Wisconsin. Time: 7:48.8.
75-yard high hurdle: won by Smith,
Wisconsin; second, Finch, Northwes-
tern: third, Schwope, Marquette;
fourth, Kelley, Mchiga. Tme-
.09.2.
75 yard dash: Won by Piker, North-
western; second, Smith, Michigan;
third, Saggau Notre Dame; fourth,
Franck, Minnesota. Time-:07.6.
University medley relay: Won by
Indiana (Hoke, Cochran, Hedges,
Kane); second, Missouri; third,
Michigan; fourth, Wisconsin. Time-
10:15.
75 yard low hurdles: Won by Ol-.
sen, Illinois; second, Smith, Wiscon-
sin; third, Shurilla, Marquette;
fourth, Kelley, Michigan. Time -
:08.1.
High jump: Won by Canhaim, Mich-
igan, 6 ft. 6% in. (New meet record,
old record by Burg, Chicago, in 1927,
6 ft. 51 in) second, Schencke, Iowa
State, 6 ft. 21/4 in.; third, Ray, Chi-
cago, 6 ft. 1%/4 in.; fourth, Smith,
Northwestern and Jones, Ohio State
tied, 6 ft. 14 in.
1,000 yard run: Won by Eisenhart,
Ohio State, second, Olbrys, Notre
Dame; third, Powell, Chicago; fourth,
Schnoeki, Wisconsin. Time-2:18.6.
Broad jump: Won by Hodgeson,
Minnesota, 23 ft. 10 in.; second, Lew-
is, Illinois, 23 ft. 3% in.; third, Cul-

Chuck Fenske
Is Victorious
In BaxterMle
NEW YORK, Feb. 17.-(RP)-Chuck
Fenske, the 1940 mile-running sen-
sation, ran his winning streak to five
straight tonight in capturing the
27th running of the New York A.C.'s
Baxter Mile in 4 minutes 7.4 seconds
before a crowd of 15,000 at Madison
Square Garden.
Putting on a killing sprint for the
last three-quarters of a lap, the be-
spectacled University of Wisconsin
graduate student collared Lou Zam-
perini in 40 yards of straightaway
and then won by three yards.
The time equalled the fastest ever
recorded indoors for a competitive
race turned in by Glenn Cunningham
in the 1938 Knights of Columbus
games and matched by Fenske two
weeks ago in the Millrose Meet, when
he beat Cunningham by three yards.
Greg Rice, former Notre Dame cap-
tain, evened his score with Don Lash
for the season at 3-all by Winning
the two-mile run in 9:04.2. Lash,
fbr once, didn't even figure in the
closing sprint, in which Rice opened
up a 5-yard margin on Tommy
Deckard. In third place came Wal-
ter Mehl of Wisconsin with George
DeGeorge of the New York A.C.
fourth and Lash a bad fifth.
Ferrell And Russell
Reach Golf Finals
TAMPA, Fla., Feb. 17.-('P)-Wes
Ferrell, the defending champion, won
his way into the finals of the National
Baseball Golf Championship today
when he sank a 20-foot putt on the
20th hole to beat Paul Derringer,
Cincinnati pitching ace.
Ferrell, a 'veteran twirler who is
trying a comeback with the Brooklyn
Dodgers; willimeet Jack Russell in
the 36-hole final tomorrow.
Russell, a former Chicago Cubs
pitcher but now a free agent, elimin-
ated medalist Joe Medwick, St. Louis
Cardinals outfielder, in the semi-
finals, 3 and 2.
In the quarter finals earlier in the
day, Ferrell, trying for his third cham-
pionship, eliminated Jimmy Foxx,
slugging first baseman of the Bos-
ton Red Sox, 6 and 5.
Russell beat Mervyn Shea, Detroit
Tiger coach, 2 and 1 in the quarter
finals.
ver, Michigan, 23 ft. 3 in.; fourth,
Tycocki, Purdue, 23 ft. 2% in.; fifth,
Shurrila, Marquette, 23 ft. %/2 in.
One mile University relay: Won by
Illinois (Lewis, Bailey, Downs, Mc-
Cown; second, Michigan; third,
Notre Dame; fourth, Purdue. Time:
3:22.3.
Pole vault: Stolberg, Marquette,
Hunt, Nebraska, Decker, Michigan,
tied for first, 13 ft. 6 in.; Stout, Il-
linois, Defield, Minnesota, Higgins,
Missouri, Linta, Ohio State, tied for
fourth. 13 ft.

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