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Track

Team

Wins Butler Relays

Title In Smashing Upset

Titinelads Score 35 Points
To TopHoosiers By Two
Mile Relay Team Sets Meet Record; Bud
Piel Pushes Carter To Tie World Mark
(Continued from Page 1)
record of 6.1 seconds for the 60-yard dash. Relays records were broken in
the college sprint medley relay, the college distance medley relay and the'
mile relay.
Michigan's time of 3:19.5 in the mile relay clipped .9 second off the old
mark of .l :20.A, also held by the Wolverines.
In a thrilling finish on the last leg of the University two-mile relay,
Warren Breidenbach, Michigan's great runner, made a great effort to catch
Campbell Kane, Indiana's star. He0 -- -------
almost caught his noted rival just be- the third leg for the teams, and the
fore the last turn, but faded in the speedy Ufer had a safe lead when!
stretch and Kane finished 15 yards he took over the anchor leg.
to the good.
Blazing Bob Ufer, third man on the! Michigan's pole-vaulting star, Dec-
Michigan team, took the lead over ker, took his shirt off for every leap;
Indiana's Roy Cochran for a short tonight and he managed to score the
while as he sped around the oval, but winning points for the Maize and
the Indiana runner caught him just Blue. Decker tried three times to
before passing the baton to Kane. make the grade at 13 feet 912 inches
Dave Matthews and John Kautz, first and almost got over on his final try,
and second runners on the Michigan but the bar came tumbling down on
quartet, ran good races to keep their him after bouncing up and down for
team in the running, a bit.
tn the shot put, big Bob Hook Wolverine Bud Piel, performing be-
tossed the iron bail 49 feet 1%2 inches,fore 8,000 of his home town track en-
the best he has ever done indoors, to thusiasts, pushed Pitt's Carter to a
win third place, just a half inch be- tie for the World's record of 6.1 in'
hind Indiana's Archie Harris. the 60-yard dash.
Stagng fie cmebak fom ie- Ohio's Bob Wright was far in front
Staging a fine comeback from pre- in the 60-yard high hurdles but the
vious injuries, lanky Wes Allen al- rest of the pack was well-bunched and
most got over the high jump bar on the judges picked Frank McCarthy
his third and final leap at the 6 feet of Michigan for fourth place. He was
3% inches which won first place for
Keith O'Rourke of Notre Dame. His only inches behind the second place
6 feet 24 inches was good enough for wInner.
second place, however. Michigan's
Capt. Don Canham did not compete SPORTS STAFF TRYOUTS
because of his injured leg. All eligible second semester
In the evening's final event, the freshmen or first semester soph-
one in which the Wolverines estab- omores who desire to sign or have
lished a new meet mark of 3:19.5, the signed up for the sports staff,
smooth-striding Breidenbach again should report at 7 p.m. Tuesday
ran a fine race, pulling ahead of In- at The Michigan Daily.
diana's Marc Jenkins. Both ran

Natators
Mermen Take
45-39 Victory
In Final Relay
Bill Prew Scores Double
Win In Sprints; Patten
Beats Out Clark In 2201
(Continued from Page 1)
sophomore in the quarter mile by a
good eight feet.
Prew, Clark and Bob Gardner,
Wayne's smooth diver, accounted for
all the Tartar first piaces. Mann's
mermen handled the rest in fine
shape with a first and third in the
220, 150 yard backstroke and 200
yard breaststroke, and Jack Wolin's
second in the dive.
As in the last meet of these two
schools, the score was tied from the
diving event on. The Tartars pulled
out a momentary lead in the century
when Guy Lumsden copped a third
behind Prew and Sharemet. The
backstroke, with Dick Reidl pulling
a cat out of the bag in the last 10
yards, put the Maize and Blue in
the lead again. Ted Horlenko's third
place gave the Wolverines an edge.
This added strength in the back
and breaststroke spelled the differ-
ence between a Wayne and a Wolver-
ine victory. The overflow crowd went
slap-happy as the Tartars stayed
within scoring distance of the Mich-
igan natators-but all-around bal-
ance soon dispelled their hopes for
an upset.
Five pool records were swept off
the books-the Wolverines taking
three and the Detroit lads two. Prew
was credited with both Wayne's
share with a :23.5 performance in
the 50 and a 52.2 time in the 100
yard sprint.
Michigan's winning 400 yard relay
team, Jim Skinner, and Jack Fat-
ten's 2:13.6 in the 220-yard distance
race accounted for Michigan's part
of the record-breaking party.
Bruce Allen helped Skinner in the
breaststroke, finishing third behind
Wayne's Monk Taylor as Skinner
sped to a 2:24.8 poolrecord. Allen
also handled the breaststroke leg in
the medley relay team of Capt. Bill
Beebe and Claire Morse.

Edge 11
Wins 220 Free Style

ayne;

Hockey

Team Loses

Illinois Pickmen Defeat Sextet
In Final Contest Of Season, 4-1

Intramural Department
Schedules Tournaments

(Continued from Page i)
the second, while Starr Owen punched
in the last two, both of which came
in the final frame.
Owen came up with the outstand-
ing play of the game when he skated
in on Hank Loud, Michigan goalie,
and feinted him completely out of
position, then punched the puck
around him. Priestley's first goal
came in on a long shot on which
Loud was completely screened. The
little Michigan net-minder didn't see
the puck until after it had hit the
cords.
This goal and Owen's first tally
both came while the Wolverines were
playing short handed. Bob Collins
got one of the fatal penalties for
checking Owen in the neutral zone
and Johnny Gillis, Wolverine de-
fenseman, received the other for trip-
ping. Owen was knocked out when
Collins hit him but was revived and
stayed in the game.
Johnny Gillis racked up the only
Michigan score when he skated past
the Illinois defenseto take a pass
from Paul Goldsmith and fire it in-
to the webbing. The tally came in
the second period after Illinois had
scored twice.
For two periods, the Michigan club
played the best hockey it has turned
in this year. The Wolverines broke
through the defense repeatedly butj
two of their shots hit the goal posts

and Jack Gillan, the Illinois goalie,
came up with several great saves to
keep them from scoring more than
once.
The Illinois team was at full
strength tonight, their two star de-
fensemen being back in thetgame.
Amo Bessone, who missed Thursday's
contest, won by Illinois by a 4-2 score,
because of illness in his family, flew
back from his home in Massachusetts
in time for the contest.
Tall Paul 'Goldsmith, Michigan's
junior center, and goalie Hank Loud
did outstanding work for the Wol-
verines.
SUMMARIES

Entries for the Intramural De-
partment's All-Campus Necatos Tour-
nament, to be held March 24, will
close Tuesday, March 18.
The All-Campus Foul Throwing
Tournament will take place Wednes-
day, March 19. Entries will be ac-
cepted up to and including the day
of the tournament.
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JACK PATTEN

ILLINOIS
Gillan
Ziemba
Bessone
Owen
Gannon
Kopel

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MICH.
Loud
Gillis
Stodden
Bahrych
Lovett
Collins

SUMMARIES
300-Yard Medley Relay: Won by
Michigan (Beebe, Allen, Morse).
Time, 3:05.8.
220-Yard Free Style: Won by
Patten, Michigan; Clarke, Wayne,
second; Burton, Michigan, third.
Time, 2:13.6.
50-Yard Free Style: Won by
Prew, Wayne; Barker, Michigan,
second; Lumsden, Wayne, third.
Time, 23.5.
One-Meter Diving: Won by Gard-
ner, Wayne; Woln, Michigan, sec-
ond; Love, Wayne, third. Winning
total, 369.5 points.
100-Yard Free Style: Won by
Prew, Wayne; G. Sharemet, Michi-
gan, second; Lumsden, Wayne,
third. Time, 52.2.
150-Yard Back Stroke: Won by
Reidl, Michigan; Ogie, Wayne,
second; Horlenko, Michigan, third.
Time 1:41.8.
100-Yard Breast Stroke: Won by
Skinner, Michigan; Taylor, Wayne,
second; Allen, Michigan, third.
Time 2:24.8.
440-Yard Free Style: Won by
Clark, Wayne; Patten, Michigan,
second; Thaxter, Michigan,; third.
Time, 4.53.3.
400-Yard Free Style Relay: Won
by Michigan (Williams, West, G.
Sharemhet, Barker. Time, 3:39.4.

Illinois Spares: Sterle, Lotzer,
Priestley, Jaworek. Michigan spares
Goldsmith, Ross, Fife, Heddle.
First period: 1, Ill.,'Priestley, Lot-
zer, 11:55. Penalties, Collins, Bes-
sone:
Second Period: 2, Illinois. Priest-
ley (Sterle) 10:13. 1, Michigan,
Gillis (Goldsmith), 16:03. Penal-
ties, Ziemba, Collins, Gannon.
Third Period: 3, Ill., Owen (Bes-
sone), 10:25. 4. Illinois, Owen,
11:50. Penalties, Gillis.

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SUNDAY
SUPPE R
March 16, 1941
Chop Suey with Rice
Head Let tuce Salad
Cherry Pie
or Ice Cream
Beverage
50e
Club Sandwich on Toast
Pineapple Filled Cake or
Fruit Cup with Cookies
Beverage
50c
Fresh Mushroom Omelette
Fresh Green Beans
Strawberry Sundae
or Cherry Pie
Beverage
60e
Chicken Noodle Soup
Grilled Cubed Steak
French Fried Potatoes
Buttered New Beets
Cocoanut Cream Pie
or Chocolate Sundae
Beverage
75e

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SUMMARIES
University Two-Mile Relay: Won
by Indiana (Kendall, Tolliver, Coch-
ran, Kane) ; second, Michigan; third,
Drake; Fourth, Notre Dame. Time
7:50.3.
60-Yard Low Hurdles: Won by Ol-
sen, Illinois; second, Wright, Ohio
State; Third, Thomas, Michigan;
fourth, Rankin, Purdue. Time 6.9.
Shotput: Won by Delaney, Notre
Dame (50 feet 7 inches); second, Har-
ris, Indiana (49 feet 2 inches); third

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Hook, Michigan (49 feet 11/, inch);
tied for fourth, Weber, Purdue and
Kasputis, Ohio University (45 feet
11/2 inches).
University Medley Relay: Won by
Ohio State (Porter, Collins, Kira-
cofe, Eisenhart); second, Purdue;
third, Notre Dame; fourth, Indiana.
Time, 10:21.8.
60-Yard Dash: ,:Won by Carter,
Pittsburgh; second, Piel, Michigan;
third, Hammond, Ohio State; fourth,
Buenger, Notre Dame. Time, 6.1.
(Equals World's Record held by sev-
eral men.)
60-Yard High Hurdles: Won by
Wright, Ohio State; second, Smutz,
Nebraska; third, Saunders, Miami;
fourth, McCarthy, Michigan. Time
7.3. (New World's Record, old mark
7.4, held by Ken Sandbach of Purdue,
Harvey Woodstra of Michigan State
and Ed Smith of Wisconsin).
Four-Mile University Relay: Won
by Indian~a (Kendall, Tolliver, Wilt,
Kane) ; second, Michigan; third, No-
tre Dame; fourth, Ohio State. Time,
18 minutes, 1.7 seconds.
High Jump: Won by O'Rourke,
Notre Dame (6 feet 3% inches); sec-
ond, Allen, Michigan (6 feet 2% in-
ches; third, Mikulas, Indiana (6 feet
13/ inches).
University Mile Relay: Won by
Michigan (Thomas, Barnard, Breid-
enbach, Ufer); second, Indiana;
third, Notre Dame; fourth, Ohio
State. Time, 3 minutes 19.6 seconds
(new Butler Relays Record; old mark
3 minutes 20.4 seconds set by Michi-
gan in 1937).
Pole Vault: Won by Hunt, Nebras-
ka (13 feet 91/ inches) ; tied for sec-
ond, third and fourth, Jessup, Pitts-
burgh, Rhoades, Pittsburgh, and
Decker Michigan, (13 feet 8 inches).
ELIGIBLE FRESHMEN
All eligible freshmen desiring to
try out for football manager re-
port to Yost Field House any day
this week between 2 and 5 p.m.
We will begin work immediately
on spring practice.
Bill Hurley,
Senior Manager

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