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TtrSDAY, MARCH 1i, 1941

THE MICHIGAN DATLY

PAGE THREE

don wirtehafter's
DAILY DOUBLE
A C4hance To Smile .
TALL AND GENIAL J. Kennth Doherty ambled across the broad jump pit,
picked up a-clump of dirt and pinched it between his fingers.
His eyes were tired, but there was a smile of relaxation, or perhaps sat-
isfaction, beneath it all. Ken's face deserved to smile. His gang of "temper-
amentals," broken from its stranglehold on the Western Conferepce title
just a week ago, had come bac: brilliantly Saturday to snatch its eighth
straight Butler Relay crown.
"Any guy on the team who scored two points can be blamed for
that one," Ren explained. "It was a full team victory, if I've ever seen
one. There wasn't a man that let us down."
Two more pinches at the dirt and Doherty brought forth some facts
to back up his statement. He talked about Bud Piel's amazing :06.2 per-
forinance in the 60-yard sprint. He mentioned Bob Hook's 49 feet 112
inch heave of the shot, the best he has ever done.
"Why, Decker was way off form in the pole vault," Ken continued, "and
still managed to gain us some valuable points with a 13 feet 8 inch leap. And
"look at Al Thomas and Frank McCarthy. They both came through great in
the hurdler,."
One of the crowning points of the entire evening, however, was the
smashing comeback of Michigan's high-jumping veteran, Wesley Allen, who
just failed to clear the bar at six feet, three and three-quarters inches, but
managed to finish second in the event.
A sensational high school performer who starred here during his
sophomore year and then fell the victim of more injuries than the Bess-
arabian army, Allen attempted to make the grade again last week at La-
fayette, but his tricky legs failed him.
With Canham on the sidelines Saturday, however, and with points
meaning victory, the lanky senior came through like never before.-
Michigan, all told, won onlyone first place in the meet, but once again
it was team balance that told the tale., The victorious mile relay squad was
never in doubt. Al Thomas sprang off the start in :49.8. Bobby Barnard
added a :49.9 and by that time Breidenbach and Ufer had a 25 yard lead to
work on. Like Barnard, these two completed their laps in :49.9.
Add it all together and you have Michigan's eighth ponsecutive Butler
relay title-
CAMPBELL KANE the great Indiana middle-distance star, has arrived
in town to work out for the Michigan AAU Relays that will be run
off in the Field House tomorrow night . . . That will be quite a race
when the long Hoosier speedster, clashes against Michigan's Ralph
Schwarzkopf and Ypsi's Tommy Quinn . . . Schwarzkopf, incidentally,
ran his best race of the year Sunday in Cleveland, finishing second to
Rice with Lash and the rest in the rear . . . Roy Cochran wanted to
race here tomorrow against Breidenbach in the half-mile, but Indiana
Coach E. C (Billy) Hayes vetoes the idea . . . Veteran Gene Venske
may come to take his place.
FOOLISH SAYINGS DEPT.: Fritz Crisler .. . "Spring football prac-
tice started yesterday" . spring . . . foo. Campbell Kane (after the Big
Ten meet) "If you think we whipped Michigan badly tonight, just wait
until the Butler Relays next week" . . . haw.
Wolverine Mermen Beat Wayne

Draft Board Places Greenberg In Class lA

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Hockey Team
Reached Peak
At Champain
By ART HILL
JOTTINGS FROM THE PRO-'
VINCES: The Michigan hockey team
had a lot of fun on their week-end,
trip to Champaign . . . and also
played just about the best hockey
they've come through with this year
especially Saturday night . . they
lost by a smaller margin Thursday
(4-2) but that was when Illinois
played without Bessone and Ziemba.
Saturday night, Michigan broke
through the defense more consistent-
ly than they have in any Big Ten
game this season . . . it was unfortu-
nate that Jack Gillan, Ilinois goalie,I
came through with the best game he
has ever played against Michigan
the same night . . . Jack has always
been just an average goalie . . . Sat-
urday, he was terrific . . . and it cost
Michigan a chance for a tie or even
a victory.'
Title of club's tough luck king goes
to Max Bahrych . . . Max had three
open shots at the net Saturday ... two
of them hit the goai posy and Gillan
came up with the other . . . Jimmy
Lovett finished his career in great
style . . . played aggressively through
both games . . . drew praise of Il-
linois players and fans . . . as did
Paul Goldsmith, Max Bahrych and
Hank Loud.
Watched the Illini frosh work out
. looks like Wolverine fans can
give up the idea of a title next year
. . . if they were entertaining such
a notion . . . the Champaign year-
lings are terrific . . . the Spaghetti
in EMin Gahir b rnr ina l

Hank's Status
Not Set; Case
Before Doctots

Michigan AA URelays To Bring
Outstanding Track Stars Here
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By HAL WILSON

_______M In one of the most lavish displays
of track brilliance ever staged at
Slugger May Be Deferred Yost Field House, a star-studdeid
If Medical Board Finds field of more than 100 entrants will
swing into action in the annual
Im Unfit For Service Michigan A.A.U. Relays tomorrow.
night.
DETROIT, March 17.-{-')-Hank Featuring 20 events, the colorful
Greenberg, Detroit Tigers'° slugging carnival has attracted some of the
outfielder, who received the "Most ! nation's outstanding performers, in-
Valuable Player Award" last year and cuding such top-notchers as In-
-s rdiana's great middle-distance ace,
is reported to hold a $50,000 con- Campbell Kane, Al Tolmich, world
tract for this year, may be in the 145-yard low hurdle champion, Ralph
army before the 1941 season is more Schwarzkopf, Michigan's f ormer
than a few days old. captain and Big Ten mile titlist, and
His draft board placed him in class Lilburn Willianis, who won .the 1939
1A today, but announced it had de- National A.A.U. shot put crown.
Mile Relays To Feature I
In addition six matched mile re-
lays are slated to provide a maxi-
imum of thrills, with the special in-
vicational university duel between
Michigan's Big Ten, Butler and Il-
rnois Eeiay champion quartet and
. Notre Dame's fast-flying foursome
which copped the Central Collegiate
crown, expected to touch off most
of the fireworks.
Both outfits are aiming for the
.' . Field House record of 3:19.8 and even
the Wolverine Varsity Indoor mark
o 3:18.9 in is danger of being shat-
tered. In last week's Butler Relays
the Maize and Blue quartet ran 3:19.6
on a 10-lap track which is the best
time turned in this year by any re-
lay team throughout the nation.
Kane Heads Milers
HANK GREENBERG Heading the list of entries in the
feature one mile invitational run is

the entries of Schwarzkopf, present!
holder of the Field House record of
4:14.4, Tommy Quinn, Michigan Nor-
mal Central Collegiate champion, and
Max Lenover, of Loyola, former
member of the Canadian Olympic
squad, presage a torrid battle With
prospects for a new Field House mark
looming brightly.
Puck Coach Calls
Freshman Squad
His est In lYears
By BOB STAHL
"With the-best crop of freshmen
hockey players to appear up here in
years, we'll have one of the best, if,
not the best team in college com-
petition in two years." That's the way
Coach Eddie Lowrey gave expression
to his optimism after watching his
yearling squad run through their
paces in practice scrimmage at the
Coliseum.
Embodying much of the speed and
aggressiveness so necessary in _ice
hockey, the freshman crew boasts
of three outstanding forwards in the
persons of Bill Dance, Johnny Braid-
ford and Bob Bennett. All three of
these boys show promnise of "knowing
what it's all about," accordingAo
Coach Lowrey, and should develop
into able replacements for Captain
Charley Ross and the others of Mich-
igan's forward line who will graduate!
this year.
The second line, while lacking some
of the speed. of. this first forward
wall, are nonetheless experienced
skaters and have all the . "fight"
which Eddie considers more essen-
tial than anything else in his men..
Warner Forsyth at right wing, Doug
Hillman at left wing, and Bob Pulford
at center make up this second line
of offense.
The only thing to be looked for in
this year's freshman team is a strong
back wall but Lowrey believes he has
a real "find" in Jim Claypool, a b1
rangy skater who is fast shaping into
a very good defenseman.
Bob Richardson, a sophomore
transfer from Boston University,
holds down the position of goalie on
the yearling squad. Bob has shown
himself to be a very able goal-tender
in the twice-weekly practices at the
Coliseum.

Fifty Football
Hopefuls Open
Spring Drills'
The icy blasts that chilled Ann
Arbor yesterday seemed like anything
but "spring" football weather, but
still failed to stop Coach Fritz Cris-
ler from holding the inaugural meet-
ing with his 1941 grid prospects in-
side the Sports Buildig.
- Attired in gym suits and shoes,
a squad of 50 football hopefuls, the
majority of which were freshmen,
went through a light preliminary drill
on the basketball courts under the
guidance of Crisler and assistant
coaches Munn, Martineau, Weber
and Renda.
Ted Kennedy, reserve center, acid
Jim Grissen, backfield substitute,
were the only Wolverine lettermen
who reported for the first dayls work-
out, but Crisler revealed that he ex-
pected more of his Varsity first-
stringers to join the squad soon.
Dave Allerdice, Tom Kuzma, Julius
Franks, Don Robinson, Merv Pregul-
man, and Walt Friehofer were among
the aspiring freshmen candidates on
hand to make bids for positions in
the Varsity lineup.
The gridders will continue to work
out ongr'simple fundamentals and
a few plays inside the Sports Build-
ing until the weatherman lets up on
the cold wave and allows the squad to
go outdoors.
Daily Sports Staff
Calls For Tryouts
Second semester freshmen and first
semester sophomores who would like
to try their hands at sports writing
will have their chance tonight when
The Daily Sports staff holds an or-
ganization meeting. Sports Editor
Don Wirtchafter and Night Editor
Norm Miller will meet candidates at
7 p.m. in the Publications Building.
Eligibility, which means a, C aver-
age, is a requirement for membership
on the staff. Those who have already
signed up for the staff, as well as
those who have not yet deported, will
be required to attend.

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By WOODY BLOCK
NAUTICAL NOTES ON THE NA-;
TATORS: Minus three of their high-
powered teammates: Fran Heydt,
confined to bed with a cold, John
Sharemet, suffering the same malady,
and Jim Welsh, also on the slightly-
ailing list, Michigan's champions had
quite a battle Saturday night in De-
troit's Northwestern High School pool
before finally subduing Wayne Uni-
versity, 45-39.
Bill Prew duplicated his early sea-
son triumph in Ann Arbor when the
Wolverines nipped the Tartars, 51-
33, as he streaked to victory in both
the 50 and 100 yard races . . . Char-
ley Barker put on a terrific 15-yard
sprint that just fell short of catching
Prew in the shorter race . . . In the
century, Prew and Gus Sharemet
were even at the 50 but the Wayne
star pulled out ahead after the last
turn to beat Gus by a stroke.
The two distance praces really had
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Liberty off State

s Of Three Stars
the crowd in an uproar . . . Jack
Patten, in the 220 yard event, opened
up a short lead at the 50-yard mark,
which he increased all the way over
Andy Clark ... But the quarter-mile
race was a horse of a different color
. Clark hung on Patten's tail after,
giving the Michigan sophomore a
short lead in the first few laps .-.
They swam stroke for stroke from the
225th yard till the last 140 yards
when Clark turned on the steam .,..
sprinting his way to an eight foot
victory.
Under the worst possible conditions'
imaginable, Jack Wolin hung close
to Bob Gardner in the dive with Sol
Love beating out Jim Wilkinson for
third place . . . There was an over-
hanging beam directly over the end
of the board which the boys missed
by the narrowest of margin . . . the
judges signaled with their fingers due
I to the absence of cards.
The final relay gave the Tartars a
chance for victory, but Tom Williams
outstroked Guy Lumsden to give Bob
West a yard lead . . . West increased
it to two and "The Great Gusto"
Sharemet stretched it so far that
Prew, swimming the anchor leg,
loafed after the first lap with Barker
carrying home a Wolverine victory.

i ine kwio LLU 1clJ), arni iUiUl I cided to refer his case to the medical the lanky Kane, whose long, powerful
and Mario Palazzari) is faster than advisory board for a report and strides have carried him to victory
chain lightning . . . all three boys would reconsider the classification if in every event he has entered in the
are from Eveleth, Minn.,Wht. they the medical board found him unfit current indoor campaign. Winner of
work together like Red, White and for general military service,.h ofrneml n afml
Blue . . . Mario's brother, Aldo, is the Conference mile and half-mile
Blue n ndsyGreenberg took his initial examina- races two weeks .ago, the Hoosier
also an ace and will play next fall tion at Lakeland, Fla., where the ace has also dominated. the best in
if he regains his eligibility . n . Gai- Detroit baseball team is training, and the East, including impressive vic-
bucci's brother, Sergio, will enter was reported to have been recom- tories in the half-mile, 800-meter and
Illinois in September... wow! mended for deferred status under 1,000-yard races on the boards in the
The worthy sports ed was shocked the Selective Service Act because of Boston A.A., Millrose, Knights of Co-
when he saw the spare Illinois net- flat feet. lumbus and Seton Hall Games along
minder, Ray Killen, wearing Chicago "When they want me, I am ready," the Atlantic seaboard.
Blackhawk socks during the games Greenberg commented at Lakeland Assuring stiff opposition for Kane,;
in Ann Arbor: local fans might when informed of the draft board's
be interested to know that the Illini action in overruling the recommenda-
wear Hawk uniforms in practice . . - tion of the physician who gave him , ELIGIBLE FRESHMEN
the rumor that two of their boys play his initial examination. Because of All eligible freshmen desiring to
with the Hawks on Tuesdays and Hank's flat feet, the Florida physi- try out for football managers re-
Sundays is completely unfounded, cian had recommended he be placed port to Yost Field House any day
however . . . the Chicago team do- in class 1B which would have meant this week between 2 and 5 p.m. We
nates the uniforms . . . so it's all an indefinite deferment of his sum- will begin work immediately on
right. mons for army training. spring practice.
Broke training (ha) with the boys While a number of selectees with Bill Hurley, Senior Manager
Saturday night.. . most of the mem- varying degrees of foot trouble have
bers of both clubs got together in a been accepted for service none in
local night spot . . . was talking to class 1B have yet been sent to army
Amo Bessone when Bert Stodden's camps from Detroit.
sister, in town for the game, walked
up to Anvil Amo and said very simply,
"I don't like you." All-Campus Rifle Shooting
Incidentally. Amo explained what The practice round of the All-
really caused his fight with Stodden | Campus Rifle Shooting competi-
up here . . . he thought that Stodden tion will be held at 7:30, p.m. to-
was the one who hit him on the head day at the ROTC Building. There
with his stick the time Amo fell on will be a 25-cent entry fee. All
the puck near the goal . . . we won't undergraduates are eligible.
say who it was but those who saw John Droste,
the game know that Bert wasn't th'e Intramural Department
culprit.
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