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THURSDAY, JAN. 4, 1940

11 t ", m ICHIGAN'Okity

THE MICHIfAN D~IILY

Sextet Drops

ThreeDuring_ olidays;_Meets

Tech

Ralph Schwa
Despit eFift
By HERM EPSTEIN
With but two exceptions1
"All Quiet on the Track Front
ing vacation. The two bits o
came with Capt. Ralph Schwar
taking part in the Sugar Bow
meter run, Dec. 31, and th
nouncement of the 1940 indo
outdoor schedules.
Schwarzkopf's race, even
he finished fifth, was someth
talk about, for the first fiv
came in under the proverbial b
and one or two strides were a
made the difference between
and first.
Considering that Ralph hu
leg and was unable to run at;
about three weeks, and the
only a couple weeks to get in
before school closed for vacati
results seem to say that he's
for the best of three great ye
Now Mature Runner
Competition with the cream
international and national st
his event as well as with the C
ence aces has developed the S
senior into a mature runner,
for anything that may come u
race. His running shows the:
of hours spent listening to t
vice of Taisto Maki, the flying
who now holds almost all theN
records over a mile.
The monotonous regulari
stride which earned him the a
tion Automation his sophomor
has smoothed into an easyr
which has taken him into the
of the nation's best at two mil
two successive years Ralph h
been able to grab the Nationa
legiate Crown, but both years1
been barely nosed out in ra
which the winner, and Ralp
broke the Collegiate record f
distance.
Greg Rice, of Notre Dame, Ih
come a jinx to Ralph. T
Schwarzkopf established a new
House record defeating Rice in;
meet last winter, Rice has, sin
before that time, managed tc
ahead of him whenever they

rzkopf Impresses Varsity Beaten
h In Sugar Bowl Run By ast-Skating
The National AAU mark, as well as Yale Club, 5-2
it was the Collegiate standard, is a result
t" dur- of their fast and furious competition. Early Three-Goal Lead
f news Milirose Games Next
'zkopf's The breaking of records has be- Vanqui S hes Acigafn
1 3000- come associated with Ralph's run- Colorado Wins Twice
e an- Ling, so that local track followers
or and who are aware of that fact will be Yale's hockey team was too fast
watching with plenty of interest when and powerful for Michigan's under-
though Schwarzkopf runs in the Mllrose manned squad Tuesday night at the
ing to Games in New York in February. The Coliseum as the sons of old Eli over-
in toMillrose Games last year marked whelmed the valiant but outplayed
lanket, Ralph's first entrance into big-time Wolverine sextet 5-2 before a capacity
11 that competition, and two hairs and one crowd.
fifth lair were all that separated him from The Bulldogs jumped off to an
first and second places in a 9:07 race, early three-goal lead in the first
irt his The schedule, in addition to the period, and their superior power and
all for usual dual meets with Indiana, Ohio ability kept them two points out in
n had State, Illinois, and Notre Dame, as front of the Lowreymen throughout
shape well as the various relays, has a con- the game. Michigan garnered its two
on, the spicuous open date May 18 around tallies in the first and third periods
ready which time the proposed meet with while holding the Elis to lone coun-
California could best take place, In- ters in each of the last two frames.
ai stead of the usual opener with Mich- Clean, Fast Exhibition
igan State, Coach Ken Doherty has Coached by former New York Ran-
of the arranged a triangular meet with the ger star Murray Murdoch, the visitors
ars in Spartans and Michigan Normal. treated the fans to an exhibition of
,onfer- clean, exciting hockey. Their fast
aginaw 1940 TRACK SCHEDULE attacks and hard bapkchecking kept
ready Indoor the Wolverines on the run most of
ip in a Feb. 13, Michigan State, Michigan the evening, and a steady stream of
results Normal, here capable reserves did not afford Mich-
he ad- Feb. 17, Illinois Relays, away igan much breathing space.
g Finn, Feb. 24, Ohio State, here However, the Wolverines exhibited
world's March 2, Notre Dame, away a vast improvement over their early
March 9, Conference Meet, Chicago season appearances, and although
ty of March 16, Butler Relays up against a superior team kept the
ppella- Outdoor visitors stepping the entire sixty min-
e year April 20, Indiana, away utes
motion April 27, Drake or Penn Relays Capt. Fred Burr who made his ap-
ranks May 4, Illinois, here pearance here earlier in the season
es. For May 11, Ohio State, away at the signal calling post for Ducky
as not May 18, Open Pond's gridders rang up the first
al Col- May 25, Conference Meet, Chicago counter of the evening after two
he has June 17, Pacific Coast-Big Ten, Ev- minutes of play when he slammed
ces in anston home a shot on a pass from Dave
h too, June 22, NCAA Meet. Dodd and Paul Gillespie.
or the - Giant Nets Puck
be- College Basketball Another gridder, George Seabury,
whose six feet six inches and 235
hough Fordham 32, Columbia 31 pounds make him the biggest man
w Field Univ. of Detroit 43, Grinnell 39 ever to step on the Coliseum ice got
a dual Long Island U. 46, Butler 44 the second goal for the invaders at
ce and Penn State 36, Kent State 21 the 11:18 mark. Bill Driscoll fired
a keep NYU 53, Syracuse 39 a shot past Spike James after taking
Y met. Creighton 50, Colorado State 36 a pass from Roger Hazen for the
-_third Yale socre of the period.
A minute later, Charlie Ross let
fly one of his hard shots from be-
yond the Yale blue line and caught
the corner of the nets for Michigan's
initial entry in the scoring column.
In the second and third periods,
the Wolverines began to click and
held the easterners to two goals.,
llr~ dud * Suce 87$Roger Hazen accounted for the second
roduct .. . Snce 1873 stanza tally when he backhanded a
SASPARI LLA perfect pass from Scotty McLennan
P1I X UP past Spike James. Midway in the
frame, the Wolverines were given a
SOFT DRINKS man advantage when Carl Drake got
(all flavors) the only penalty of the game for
charging Paul Goldsmith into the
ir Local Dealer boards, but the Elis had little trouble
in stemming Michigan's attacks, and
_______________________________no damage was done.
n_ Stodden aComes Through
The second and final Wolverine
goal of the. evening came on a per-
fect pass play from Bert Stodden to
Paul Goldsmith and back again to
Stodden who scored on Holt from
directly in front of the net. With a
C little over a minute of play remain-
ing in the game, Roger Hazen got
his second goal of the evening when
Clea ancehe pounced on a rebound from a
shot by McLennan and flipped the
puck into the net.
-{Their loss to the Elis left the Wol-
Z %ESCOUverines still without a win, for they
O dropped both their contests with Colo-
On rado College Dec. 15 and 16. The
TSl westerners outplayed Michigan in the
first game to hand them a 4-2 licking.
S " -T op oats mGil Samuelson scored both Michigan
tallies.
After leading 3-1 in the second
and.. O 'C oats game, Michigan allowed Colorado to
knot the score and then chalk up
the winning goal in the overtime

to walk off with a 4-3 decision. Ross,
We still have a good Calvert, and Goldsmith accounted
for the Wolverines' score.
stock to select from.
Buckeyes Rally For Win
COLUMBUS, O., Jan. 3.-(AP)--Ohio
State basketeers used a newly-found
last half scoring punch tonight to
defeat the University of California,
Downtown ... First Natl Bldg. 49 to45, for their third victory in six
starts. It was the fourth loss in six
games for California on its Eastern
tour.

Still Seeks First Win Up-State sot. He will b
Hl will bear watch
Has Veterans the leftwingb
Alvord and M
MAt Four Posts defense duties f
Gustafson will1
-year in the net
yearWolverines Are Gunning The teams wi
SFor First Victory As Michigan
James
Two-Gae Series penq Calvert
- Ross
(Continued from Page 1) Goldsmith
"iron man" back line of Larry Cal- Samuelson
n in o Lrry al~Stodden
vert and Charlie Ross which has gone Michigan alt
- E lsr the route in all the Michigan con- lins, Canfield, C
tests. Calvert and Ross have also Michigan Te
begun to show their power on the
offense. and their skating and stick-
Michigan's Star goalie, lanky handling ability makes them pos-
Eldon "Spike" James, will attempt sible scoring threats whenever the "
to lan Cach ddi Itorey' . STAP
lo lead Coach Eddie Lowrey's elect to carry the puck. Ross scored eA
Varsity hockey team to its first one of the Michigan goals against towurd thep
triumph on the ice this year when Yale Tuesday, and each tallied in the
the Wolverines face off 'against final game of the Colorado series.
their perennial rivals, Michigan Captain Spike James will take care'a
Tech, tonight, in the first of a two- of the netminding for the Lowrey-
men. Starting the season with an
game series at the Coliseum. inexperienced team in front of him,U
Spike's brilliant goal-tending has
atmen F given his squad some much-needed
a 6 1 C confidence.
Three Seniors On Squad 4
earborn A C. The visitors will take to the ice ayc
_____with three seniors, a. junior, and two m yn
sophomores in its lineup. TIe team C
Kee' Lieup Undecided ill be led by Villeneuve one of the
For Meet Saturday C C seniors who uses his experience to 112 Soul
Formeet Saturday oodadvantage in the playmaking
With the top men in five classes
still undecided, Coach Cliff Keen is
preparing his varsity wrestling squad
for their season's opener aaginst a
Dearborn A.C. team of unknown
strength Saturday at 3 p.m. in the
Field House.
Far from satisfied with his squad's
condition, Coach Keen has named
but three men to face Dearborn, re-
serving decision in the other weight
classes. Tom Weidig, 121, Jim But-
ler, 128, and Johnny Paup, 145, are
definite choices to wrestle in their
divisions.
Added to Coach Keen's worries is
the fact that he has as yet received
no information as to the personnel
of the Dearborn squad other than the
possibility that Jim Mericka, last
year's Wolverine varsity 136-pounder,
may return to Ann Arbor to wrestle
for the invaders. N V I I G
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