Mermen nd Trackmen Lead Qualifiers In Big Ten
Natators Crack Three V arks;
Bob Ufer Runs 49:4 Quarter
Expect To Break Total Scoring Record With 18 Men
And Two Relay Teams; 8 Thinclads Reach Finals
Puckmen End Home Season Against Illinois
Runs Speedy Quarter
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the field with Tom Powell, Northwest-
ern captain, third.
Both Gus Sharemet and Charley
Barker looked great as they churned
their way to a spot in the finals in
both the 50 and 100 yard races with
Claire Morse and Dobby Burton
helping them in the century.
Dick Fahrbach of Northwestern
earned a post in both short sprints
while Don Wenztrom,'Iowa, qualified
for the 100 with his team mate, Em
Armbruster, taking the Hawkeye bur-.
den in the 50.
In the quarter mile grind, Jim
Welsh won his heat in what was a
new Big-Ten long course record, 5:10,
but with Patten swimming the sec-
ond heat this was immediately erased
as the long stroking Michigan sopho-
more came in sunder the flags in
5:09.4 with Blake Thaxter also quali-
fying in 5:17.2.
The relay events went as expected
with Fran Heydt, Skinner and Bill
Beebe winning the medley in 3:04.5,
shavingaby one-tenth of a second the
National Intercollegiate mark and
bettering the Big Ten time by more
than eight seconds.
Heydt is swimming with a heavily
bandaged left shoulder, the result of
a pulled muscle he acquired in prac-
tice yesterday. He came back after
the medley to pace the qualifiers in
the backstroke in 1:42.6, however.
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Big Ten Afoot
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when he was boxed on the first lap
and came in fifth.
Running against the great Hoos-
ier half-miler, lanky Campbell Kane,
a trio of coach Ken Doherty's lads
managed to place in a field of :nine
qualifiers in an impressive show of
strength. Kautz's time of 1:58.6 bet-
tered that of teammates Breiden-
bach and Egert, as well as that of
Kane who was not pressed but the
best performance was Purdue's Ed
Holderman who paced the distance
in 1:56.4. Sophomore McCarthy was
somewhat of a disappointment thus
far, in the broad jump when his best
leap, 21 feet, 8%18 inches, placed him
only fifth in a qualifying field of six,
but he will have a chance to better
that effort tomorrow. In the high
hurdles, the powerful Birhingham
lad copped second in a close blank-
et finish with Iowa's Joe Vollenweider -
who stepped the distance in 8.9 sec-
onds. A new American indoor 70- Grand SlMM
yard low hurdle record was racked
up by Northwestern's Les Horvath 300-yard medley relay-Michigan
and Illinois' Don Olsen blazed over (Heydt, Skinner, Beebe). Iowa (Ma-
the timbers in 8 seconds flat. But the honey, Poulos, Kemnitz). Illinois
new mark was not regarded too high- (Kurlak, Kirkland, Brekke). Ohid
ly for this event isn't commonly run. State (Poscavage, Mamliga, Martin),
Thomas also bettered the old mark Minnesota (Anderson, Ringer, Pako-
of 8.2 with a time of 8.1 for his maki), and Indiana (Benedetti, Klafs,
trial heat. Finals in all events will Pakucko). Best time-3.04 by Michi-
get under way at 8 p.m. tomorrow in gan. (Betters National Intercollegiate'
Purdue's spacigus field house with and Conference long course record.
Wolverine Captain Don Cpnham, Former National Intercollegiate rec-
pole vaulter Charlie Decker, and dis- ord of 3:04.6 set by Michigan and
tance men Karl Wisner and Bill Ack- Yale in 1939. Former Big Ten mark
erman primed to combat Indiana's set by Michigan in 1934).
field event and distance strength in 220-yard free style-Patten, Michi-
what still looms as a wide open bat- gan; ElchleplP; Minnesota; Welsh,
tle. Michigan; Carney, Purdue; Burton,
Michigan; Acker, Minnesota. Best
TRACK SUMMARIES: time--,Patten, 2:18.9. (New Big Ten
Broad jump-Robert Burnett, In- long course record. Former mark 'of
diana; William Lewis and Lawrence 2:21.1 set by Charles Flachmann ,of
Stout, Illinois; James McFadzean and Illinois in 1934.)
Robert Foster, Wisconsin; Frank Mc- 50-yard dash-Barker, Michigan;
Carthy, Michigan. Best jump, 22 feet,, Fahrback Northwestern; E. Arm-
7 and five-eighths inches by Burnett. bruster, Iowa; Gus Sharemet, Michi-
440-yard dash-Roy Cochran and Gray, Northwestern; Reinicker,
Marcellus Jenkins. Indiana: RoberI gah; .raytime,Barker; :24.1.
Ufer, Michigan. Best time, 49.1 sec- 100-yard fre style. :h4.n. t
onds by Cochran.100-Yard free style-Gus Sharemet,
70-yard low hurdles-Charles Hor- Burton and Barker, Michigan; Fahr-+
vath, Northwestcrn; Donald Olsen, back, Northwestern; Wenstrom, Iowa;
Illinois; Robert Wright and Robert Morse, Michigan. Best time, G. Shar-
Suzman, Ohio State; David Rankin, emet and Burton. :54.8.
Purdue; Al Thomas, Michigan. Best 150-yard back stroke--Reidl, Hor-
time 3 seconds, by Horvath and 01- lenko and Bcebe, Michigan; Ander-
sen. son, Minnesota; leydt, Michigan;
60-yard dash-Myron Piker. North- Kurlak, lilinois. Best time, Heydt,
Big Ten puck championship. Illinois Ben Wilson of Indiana but came
must win all of the remaining three through in the consolation and
games to take an undisputed title. whipped Dillon o'f Illinois 7 to 4. He
If they win two of them, they will tie will meet Nemer of Minnesota to-
Minnesota for the crown but if they morrow.
should only win one, the Gophers Bill Courtright, Michigan's crack
will clinch an undisputed Western 165-pounder, ran into a tartar to-
Conference Championship. night, in Little Ford, captain of the
With one exception, Coach Vic Hcy- Chicago team, and the Wolverine
liger of Illinois will probably stand dropped a hard fought decision, 12
pat on his lineup in tonight's con to 10 after leading 5 to 2, going into
test. He plans to start Jack Gillan, the last period. However, Court-
a junior, in the goalie spot instead right came back and won his conso-
of Ray Killen, sophomore net-mind- lation match from Berry of Illinois
er who held the Wolverines to one and will take on Schumacker of
goal Thursday. Heyliger considers Minnesota tomorrow.
the two goalies to be about equal in The Wolverines lost a pair of hope-
ability so he has been following a fails in the afternoon matches, one
policy of alternating them. by a somewhat questionable pin and
Capt. Chet Ziemba and the speedy the other by the decision route.
Amo Bessone will hold down the de- Tom Weidig was pinned by Petry of
fense posts again and will probably Illinois in the 128-pound division but
do a very efficient job of it, judging many side line observers were of the
solely from their performances of opinion that the Illini lad used a leg
Thursday night, split, an illegal hold, to accomplish
The Illinois mentor has not yet the deed. Coach Cliff Keen pro-
announced whether he will start his tested to referee James Kallas but
second line of Starr Owen, Joe Gan- to no avail.
non and Gil Priestley or his high- Paup was the other Wolverine to
scoring combination of Norbert be eliminated in the first round by
Sterle, Joe Lotzer and Howie.Kopel. dropping a close 7 to 3 decision to
Both forward walls will probably see Burns of Indiana.
about the same amount of service, But while these two lads were los-
however. I ing, a quartet of Michigan men was
Michigan Coach Eddie Lowrey will advancing to the semi-finals. After
start Freddy Heddle at center, Bob a slow start, Paddy easily won a 10
Collins at right wing and Max Bah- - -
rych at'left wing if Heyliger use his
second line. If the Illinois mentor
uses his Sterle-Lotzer-Kopel forward
wall, Michigan will counter with Paul
Goldsmith, Charley Ross and Bob
Bert Stodden and John Gillis will
be at the defense spots for the Wol-
verines with diminutive Hank Loud
once again in the nets.
By DON WIRTCHAFTER
(Special to The Dailv)
LAFAYETTE, Ind., March 7-A
move to oust the University of Chica-
go from the Western Conference was
brought up in this afternoon's meet-
ing of athletic directors, it was ru-
mored here tonight.
According to sources close to the
scene, nothing definite was decided
upon and it is believed that the mat-
ter will be dropped for the time
The move followed a blast at the
Big Ten athletic setup that arose
this week from the Maroon campus.
Chicago failed to win a Conference
basketball game this season and suc-
ceeded in qualifying only one man
for tomorrow's final events in the
AT ST. PETERSBURG
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Washburn, Borowy, Stanceau and
Rosar; Grodzicki, White, Lyons and
The All-Campus Wrestling Meet
will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday,
March 10, at Yost Field House.
Only undergraduates are eligible,
and entrants must weigh in be-
tween 3 and 5:30 p.m.' Monday at
the Sports Building or Waterman
western; George Franck, Donald Ev- 1:42.6.
ans, Minnesota; Ralph Hammond 200-yard breast stroke-Povilaitis,
and Robert Wright, Ohio State; Iowa; Bethke, Chicago; Poulos, Iowa;
James McFadezean, Russell Novak and Ringer, Minnesota; Skinner, Michi-
David Soergel, Wisconsin; Alfred Piel, gan; Williamson, Purdue. Best time,
Michigan; Robert Keim, Purdue; Povilaitis, 2:32.2 (Betters National
Henry Clay, Iowa. Best time, 6.3 sec- Intercollegiate and Big Ten long
onds by Piker and Franck. course records.
70-yard high hurdles-Donald 01- 440-yard free style-Welsh and
sen and C. Hale, Illinois; Robert Patten, Michigan; Acker, Minnesota;
Wright and Robert Sulzman, Ohio Carney, Purdue; Echlepp, Minnesota;
State; Joseph Finch and Charles Hor- Thaxter, Michigan; Best time, Patten,
vath, Northwestern; ] rank McCarthy 5:09.4 (New Big Ten long course rec-
and Geoffrey Hall, Michigan. Best ord. Old mark of 5:12.7 set by James
time 8.8 seconds by Olsen. Cristy, Michigan in 1934).
880-yard run-Ed Holderman, Pur- 400-yard free style relay-Michi-
due; Campbell Kane and Paul Ken- gan (Morse, Sharemet, Burton, Bark-,
dall, Indiana; John Kautz, Howard er), Northwestern (Fahrback, Gray,
Egert and Warren Breidenbach, McInnis, Fuller), Purdue (Herr,
Michigan; Lester Eisenhart, Ohio' Branner, Silver, Kratzer), Iowa (E.
State; R. E. Randall, Chicago; Park Armbruster, Lopin, Kemnitz, Wen-
Brown, Illinois. Best time, 1 minute, strom). Minnesota (Hendrickson,
56.4 seconds by Holderman. Garniss, Anderson, Hakomaki).
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