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Sa ^AZ SNE.14, IO$ THE MIClIGAN FAILY
Varsity Swimmers Overpower Ohio State,

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Gus Sharemet And Welsh Tie
Big Ten Marks; 2nd Meet Off

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Wolverine cause, too, by taking first
places in both the 220 and the 440-
yard free style events. His 2:13.6 tied
the Conference 440 record set by Tom
Haynie last year.
IHe had Johnny Patton, Ohio's sen-
sational sophomore, to contend with
today, and Patton was good, but not
godd enough. In the 220, the Buck-
eye lad held onto Welsh's tail for
the first 100 yards, but then Jim
started to move. He kept opening the
gap, drawing farther ahead over
every lap until he crossed the line
fotr yards ahead of Patton with the
vereotile Stanhope a surprise third
over Tommy Williams, Michigan
sophomore.
The quarter mile was the same
story, only this time Woodling fin-
ished third ahead of Dobson Burton,
Main's sophomore battleship.
In the sprints the Wolverines ruled
supreme. Charley Barker, the nation-
al collegiate champ, easily snatched
the 50 while Bill Holmes after a slow
start just failed to nip Don Rein-
ecker, the Ohio sophomore, for second
place.
The century was all Gus Sharemet.
The big Detroiter swam as he pleased
and still turned in a record-tying
52.6 time. The Wolverines again just
missed a second here, too, as Ed Hut-
chens' fast finish fell inches short.
Then came Beebe and his thrilling
backstroke victory. The Michigan
junior shared the lead throughout
the first 100 yards with Dick Rledl,
Mann's sophomore, and Stanhope. In
the last lap, Riedl faded, but Beebe
and 'Stanhope came churning toward
the finish line neck and neck. Ten
yards from home the Wolverine ace
stuck his head out in front and kept
it there for the victory.
The diving turned out as expected.
Al Patnik and Earl Clark, the fanous
Ohio duo, finished far ahead of Jack
Wolin and Capt. Hal Benham. Wolir
won third place from his team mate
by less than a point.
The breast stroke race found Hig.
gins at his best, but Johnny Share-
met didn't give up without a whale
of a fight. Higgins took a three,
foot lead on the first lap and swans
stroke for stroke With the Michigar

sophomore for the rest of the way for
a 2:26.3 time.
Final Relay Easy Victory
The final sprint relay put the fin-
ishing touches on today's meet. The
Wolverine quartet, Barker, John Gil-
lis, Williams and Gus Sharemet, had
no trouble with Mike Peppe's best.
The first three Michigan mermen
built up enough of a lead for Gus to
swim the last lap with his head out
of water, watching the crowds go by.
Before the meet, Peppe announced
that the second tentative Ohio-Mich-
igan meet, scheduled for the Ann
Arbor pool would have to be can-
celled.
"My card is filled up," the Buckeye
coach said, "and there's nothing I can
do about it now."
Coach Mann was angered by the
Buckeye move, since the meet was
to have been the most attractive on
the Michigan home schedule. "We've
been meeting in a home and home
series for several years and there's no
reason for a change now," he com-
mented.
College Basketball
Northwestern 44, Chicago 28
Dartmouth 51, Harvard 33
Notre Dame 52, Kentucky 47
Western Reserve 47, Colgate 43
Pittsburgh 38, Cornell 33
Lafayette 37, Army 31
Oberlin 46, Rochester 28
Navy 45, Penn 37
Tennessee 26, Alabama 23
Georgia Tech 49, Vanderbilt 43

What, No Deadlock?
300-yard medley relay: won by
Michigan Beebe, John Sharemet,
Gus Sharemet), second Ohio (Wood-
ling, Rosenberge, Nixon). Time:
3:02.6.
220-yard free style: won by Welsh
Michigan; second, Patton, Ohio;
third, Stanhope, Ohio. Time: 2:13.6.
50-yard free style: won by Bark-
er, Michigan; second, Reinicker,
Ohio; third, Holmes, Michigan. Time :
23.5.
Diving: won by Patnick, Ohio
(52.83), second, Clark, Ohio (151.-
57) third, Wolin, Michigan (128.6).
100-yard free style: won by Gus
Sharemet, Michigan; second, Rein-
tcker, Ohio; third, Hutchens, Michi-
man. Time: 52.6.
150-yard back stroke: won by
Beebe, Michigan; second Stanhope,
Ohio; third, Reidl, Michigan. Time:
1:38.5.
200-yard breast stroke: won by
Higgins, Ohio; second, John Share-
met, Michigan; third, Haigh, Michi-
gan. Time: 2:26.3.
440-yard free style: won by Welsh,
Michigan; second, Patton, Ohio;
third, Woodling, Ohio. Time: 4:56.4.
400-yard free style relay: won by
Michigan (Barker, Gillis, Williams,
Gus Sharemet); second, Ohio (Erich,
Fall, Poscavage, Ledford). Time:
3.41.2.
RADIO and
MICHIGAN Cabs

EAST LANSING, Jan. 13.-VP)-
The benefits (financial and other-
wise) of moving the Michigan State-
Michigan football game from the
first Saturday in October to early
November proviaed the principal
topic of debate today on the State
campus.
Saturday, Nov. 2, was left open on
the Michigan schedule by withdraw-
al of University of Chicago from
ec
t t
C I
DOROTHY GRAY
SPECIAL DRY- SKIN
MIXTURE

State Grid Game May Shift To Nov. 2

football competition and at Ann Ar- state lassie from Oct. 5 to the later
bor today Coach Herbert O. (Fritz) date. State has scheduled a contest
Crisler of the Wolverines said he had for Iov. 2 with Kansas State.
asked Ralph H. Young, Michigan
State Athletic Director, what ar- COLLEGE BASKETBALL
rangements could be made if it be- Ohio State 37, Illinois 31
came necessary to shift the intra- Minnesota 46, Indiana 44

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