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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PM

Swimmers Lead Yale, 36-33, In National

Collegiate

Meet

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DAIL Y
DOUBLE
Evy Comes Bk..
HEAD COACH and Assistant Ath-
letic Director Forest Evashevski
of Hamilton College hasn't changed
from the guy they used to call Cap-
tain Evy around here.-
The former Wolverine quarter-
back breezed into town yesterday
with the same health, the same
weight and the same amount of
chuckles. He 'wasn't here for long
when he ambled over to the Field
House, shed his nifty Clinton
(N.Y.) fashioned clothes, climbed
into a football suit and reported
for spring practice.
Sadly enough, old Mike hasn't
come back to play again for Michi-
gan. Instead the main purpose of
his visit, which will last about a
week, was to pick up a few more
pointers about football teaching that
he can pour back into his Hamilton
gridders when practice starts there,
April 21.
"Yeh, I've got to keep up with
my men," Evy pointed out. "They're
about six jumps ahead of me
now."
Big Mike then went on to tell
about the way he called his players i
to see him when he first arrived in
Clinton. He informed the captain
of the Hamilton team that he want-
ed to meet all the men, and one
by one they came into the office.
Finally, one day the door swung
open and a husky 210-pound lad
ambled toward the coach's desk.
"Mr. Evashevski, I'm Melzar
Richards of your football team,"
spoke the big fellow.'
Evy rose, shook hands with the
visitor and inquired as to what posi-
tion the boy played.
"I used to be a tackle here, sir,
but I want to change this year," was
the reply.
Old Mike raised his big eyebrow
and asked Melzar Richards why he
wanted to make such a change.
"Well, sir," answered the Hamil-
ton gridder, "tackle is fun to play1
when your team is on the defense.
You have a lot to do then. But,
sir, now that we have the GREAT
EVASHEVSKI here, I figure the
other team will never get the ball."
According to Evy, "I had to come
to Ann Arbor to see what Crisler
would do at a time like that."
The man who blocked for Harmon
is very much impressed with his new
job. "Yeh, I've got an office with
'Coach Evashevski' in big letters on
the door. It's a big door, see, so
they could get it all on."
Evy has a secretary too, but un-
fortunately "they gave me a man.
I guess they thought that was bet-
ter since I am getting married
April 12th. Oh, there are a lot of
things that I have to change
around there yet . . . a man secre-
tary . . . who ever heard of such
a thing?".
At that point, Dave Strong, the
recently appointed head coach at
South Dakota State School of Mines,
came by and challenged Hamilton
to play a football game.
"Why that small time place of
yours," Evy remarked, "we woudn't
play you ping pong."
Strong grunted twice and swore

that his freshman outfit could spot
the Hamilton Varsity two touch-
downs.,
Practice was over so Michigan's
Forest Evashevski tramped back to
the locker room. He stopped momen-
tarily to gaze into a mirror.
"Say, I read where they might
put me in that picture with Harmon
Can't exactly blame them ...
huh?"

Ties NCAA Record

Barker, Heydt, Medley
Relay Team Win Events'
Jim Welsh, Jolhunnv Patton Finish Second
And Third In 220-Yard Free Style I

LIII ier'ip Twice

Charlie Barker, ace Wolverine
sprinter, tied the first National AAU
record of this year's meet as he
beat out Guy Lumsden of Wayne
University in the 56-yard free style
event. Barker's record time was 23
seconds flat.
Welsh Nipped]
Yale's Rene Chouteat Def
Tiny Korean Steals Pr
By WOOI'
EAST LANSING, March 28-DOTS
and SPLASHES: Rene Chouteau's
hairline victory over Jim Welsh in the
long 1,500 meter grind gave Yale
a lead of 6 to 4 in point standings
after the first event . . . both boys
swam stroke for stroke most of the
distance . . were even clocked in
identical time. But Jim's kick fell
inches short .
A five foot, one-inch Korean
mite who goes by the name of
Sammy Lee stole the show in the
diving event . . . He traveled 2,400
Netters Await
Soutleir TripI
SixthP Iosition Still Open
As Three Seek Post
One major problem still remains to
be solved before the Michigan tennis,
team starts out on its annual spring
trip. With the first five spots on the
singles list practically settled, Coach
Leroy Weir is still no closer to a solu-
tion of the sixth position problem
than he was when he first issued the
call for candidates some weeks ago.
The Wolverine netters are sched-
uled to meet six strong Southern
opponents in seven days during
Spring Vacation, starting with Wash-
ington and Lee, April 12. Follow-
ing the Generals on the list are
V.M.I., Wake Forest, North Carolina,
Duke and Virginia.
Of the six, only two were faced by
Coach Weir's men last year. The
Wolverines dropped an 8-1 decision
to Duke and fell before the Cavaliers
from Virginia, 5-3.
Barring late changes, Capt. Jim
Tobin will be in the No. 11 spot with
Lawton Hammett, Jim Porter, Wayne
Stille and Tom Gamon respectively
handling the next four places. Com-
peting for the sixth regular post are
Howie Bacon, Bob Brewer and Jim
Bourquin among others. It is no
certainty that any one of the three
will get the job since there are sev-
eral promising sophomores on the
roster. The job is wide open, ac-
cording to Weir.

(Continued from Page 1)
den was third with Walt Kelly of
Villanova, fourth.
Yale and Michigan split honors
in the 150-yard back stroke event.
both placing two men. But Fran
Heydt's clean cut victory of two
lengths over Dan Dannenbaum of
the Eli, and Bill Beebe's third, ahead
of R. E. White, also of Yale, brought
the Wolverines some valuable points.
Beebe's closing drive almost nipped
Dannenbaum as Heydt clearly out-
classed the field. Dick Reidl finished
last.
Welsh found the Yale Bulldog a
tough nut to crack again tonight as
he followed the defending 220-yard
title-holder Howie Johnson to the
finish line by the narrow margin of
two feet. Prew stepped out to a wide
lead which he held till Johnson took
over at the 175 yard mark.
From then on it was a battle to see
whether Welsh could close up the
lead. His last 20-yard sprint almost
caught the fleeing Johnson but the
In 1,500 Meters
eats Varsity Ace By Touch;
eliminary Diving Show
)Y BLOCK
miles from Occidental College on
the Pacific Coast, was almost re-
fused permission to dive on a minor
technicality, finally allowed to en-
ter and proceeded to take fourth
place in the qualifying heats . .
He does dives never before seen
around these parts . . . Will be in
Ann Arbor all week getting in shape
for the A.A.U.'s where he is en-
tered ---
It took the coaches of the 42 col-
leges entered here five hours last
night to draw up the qualifying heats
for today's trials . . . Jim Skinner's
blistering 2:22.5 registered against
Northwestern the other day was the
talk of the meet . .
From Maine to California, Mich-
igan to Florida-176 competitors
came for this-the king of all
swimming meets-Howard Adams,
Stanford diver, is toasted a golden
brown, testimony enough that it
doesn't rain all the time on the
Pacific Coast . . . The public ad-
dress system for this pool is clear
as a bell . . . Pool as new and nifty
as tomorrow's coffee . . . lack of
seating capacity only bad feature
... 750 is about tops ... Swimmers
rim the pool with the audience
seated around on an upper bal-
conly...
Wolverine's Bob West and Will
Garvey are the only boys Mann
brought who won't swim at all .,.
Competition stronger than expected
with Yale leading a determined at-
tack.

finish came too soon. Jack Patten
finished a close third with two more
of those ever-present Bulldogs in
fourth and fifth. Chouteau took the
fourth slot ahead of his teammate
Dick Kelly.
At this point, with four events
completed, the point score found the
Wolverines leading Yale, 26-21. But
soon after, the Sons of Eli struck
again..
Jim Cook, Bob Kiphuth's Eastern
Collegiate diving champion, came
through with a splendid performancef
to take second in the low board fin-
als behind the brilliant Earl Clark
of Ohio State, and Yale was back in
the thick of the battle.
Frank Dempsey, of Ohio State, was
third in the dive with the crowd-
tickling Sammy Lee, diminutive Kor-
ean, in fourth. Jack Wolin did notl
enter the low board competition, but
will be in tomorrow's high board run-
offs;
With tie Michigan team leading
by a scant one point after Cook's
diving efforts, Matt Mann's medley
relay of Heydt, Jim Skinner and
Claire Morse beat off the potent bid
+ of their dogged Eli rivals to win in
2:58 flat. Ed Pope, taking the an-
chor leg, had a ten foot lead to over-
come but it turned out to be too great
a task with Morse carrying home the

Matmen Seek
National AAU
Junior Titles'
Twenty Michigan freshmgen and
reserve grapplers will wrestle in the
National Junior A.A.U. meet to be
held April 4 and 5 in Detroit. The
Wolverines have all been entered in
the unattached class.
Only one of Coach Cliff Keen's
varsity lettermen has been entered
in the meet. Sophomore Ray Deane,
who won six matches and lost but
two this season, will compete in the
134-pound class.
Other entries include: Freshman
Victor Werthheimer, in the 118--I
pound division; Dick Kople, in the,
123-pound group; Bob Cunningham,
Chip Warrick, and Deane in the 134-
pound class; George Mikenas, Hap
Lankstaff, Melvin Becker, Mike Her-
witz, Hugh Wilson, Barney Wahl in
the 145; Jack O'Connor, Marvin
Becker, Joe Nowak, George McIntyre,
Dick Wald, and Bill Speek at 158;
Emil Lockwood, Carl McNicholas in
the 173-pound division; and John
Wilson in the heavyweight class.
The meet, which drew over 100
entries last year, is open to anybody
who hasn't previously won a' National
Collegiate or Junior A.A.U. title.

Jim Welsh, Matt Mann's star
distance swimmer, lost two close
races as the Wolverines opened their
defense of the National Collegi-
ate championship. Jim was out-
touched in the 1,500 meter free style
event and later was nosed out in
the'220-yard free style race.,

Fisher's Fielders
Practice Onu[doors
For the second straight day Varsity
Baseball Coach Ray Fisher got a
minor break in the weather yester-
day. The cold spell broke just
enough to allow Ray to send his out-
fielders outside to chase flies.
All of the outer gardeners. on the
squad, except Davie Nelson, went out-
side yesterday, equipped with football
cleats to give them reasonably sure
footing on the muddy.turf.
While the outfielders worked out of
doors the rest of the squad con-
tinued drills in the batting cages and
fielding practice on the, Field House
floor. Pitcher Paul Goldsmith turned
up with an ailing arm, but reported
that it doesn't bother his throwing.
George Reuhle, first-sacker, com-
plained of a sore hand, but doctors
said it would be completely healed by'
Monday.
Bruins Meet Leafs
NEW YORK, March 28.-(EP)-The
Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple
Leafs, their Stanley Cup series all-
square after four games, return to
the Bruins' ice tomorrow night with
the result still very much in doubt.

r

Exhibition Baseball
Detroit (A) 300 020 000-5

9 21

Brooklyn (N) 001 313 00x-8 8 1
Uhle, Benton, McKain & Tebbetts;
Wyatt, Mills & Franks.
Boston (A) 100 140 300-9 13 2'
Cincinnati (N) 000 010 010-2 4 01
Johnson, Dickman & Pytlak, Pea-
cock; Moore, Pearson & Baker, Rid-

victory. dle.
Wayne and Ohio State followed the
two leaders with nine points each- Wash'ton (A) 001 114 000--7 13% 21
far in the wake of the two battling Phila. (N) 200 000 013-6 10 3
squads. Leonard, Dean and Farrell; Crouch,j
Hughes, and Livingston, Warren.
~t lite Halfwa
At The alfway Mar ISt. Louis (N) 000 105 000-6 9 1
Rochester (IL) 000 000 030-3 9 3
1,500 meters free style: Won by .n
Rene /Chouteau, Yale; Welsh, Michi- Nahem, Hutchinson and Mancuso,
gan, second; Macclay, Williams, thirdIea ,n,
Clark, Wayne, fourth; .Elchlepp, Min- Beal.
nesota, fifth. Time, 19.43.4. New York (A) 204 032 060-17 18 11
50-Yard Free Style: Won by Char- M'tg'ry (SA) 000 000 100- 1 6 1
ley Barker, Michigan; Prew, Wayne' Ruffing, Lindell and Dickey; Kra-
second: Lumsden, Wayne, third; Kel- mer Smith, Ferguson and Peterson,
ley, Villanova, fourth; Schapper, Stuart.
Brown, fifth. Time. :23.
150-yard back stroke: Won by Chicago (A) 200 09--- 2 6 0
Francis Heydt, Michigan; Dannen- Chicago (N) 410 42--11 14 0
baum, Yale, second; Beebe, Michigan, (Called end of fifth. rain)
third; White, Yale, fourth; O'Mara, D . Sm it and Pas-
i D~ietrich, SihadDickey; Ps
Dartmouth, fifth. Time, 1:37.7. a and Schfing..
220-Yard Free Style: Won by How-
1 ard Johnson, Yale; Welsh, Michigan, I
*eceoitd; I'attwi, Michigan, third ' MincN)apolis (AA) 020 100 002-5 9 0
Chouteau, Yale, fourth; Kelly, Yale, Boston (N) .. , . 003 000 000-3 8 1
fifth. Time, 2:12.5. MessetR,: atten, Kash and Roland-
300-Yard Medley Relay: Won by son; Barnicle, Piechota, Javery andf
Michigan (Heydt, Skinner, Morse) ; Masi.
YaJe, second; Princeton, third; Min- _..-------.
Inesota, fourth; Springfield, fifth.
Time, 2:58.
One-meter Diving, won by Clark,
Ohio State, 144.9 points; second,
Cook, Yale, 135.93; third, Dempsey,
Ohio State, 133.92; fourth, Lee, Oc-
cidental, 131.32; fifth, Adams, Stan-
ford, 120.4.
(Team score at end of six events:
Michigan 36; Yale 33; Wayne and
Ohio State 9 each; Princeton 6;
1 Minnesota 5; Williams 3; Villanova
and Occidental 2 each; Dartmouth,
Brown and Stanford one each).'

N ineral Awards
Presented To 33
Frosh Trackmen
Thirty-three members of the Mich-
igan freshman track team were
awarded numerals yesterday by
Coach Chester Stackhouse.
The awards went to: Thomas
Bridge, Detroit; Kenneth Brondyke,
Detroit; James Conant, Cambridge,
Mass.; Burnett Crawford, Tulsa,
Okla.; James Davidson, Grand Rap-
ids; William Davidson, Detroit; War-
ren Hart, Mt. Morris; Philip Hanson,
Bay City; Charles Haslam, Duluth,
Minn.; Glenn Heck, Mt. Lebanon,
Pa.; John Ingersoll, Duluth; Bruce
Kleber, Chicago; Alex Kohan, Good-
rich; Ernest Leonard, Alpha; Walter
Lindstrom, Windsor, Canada; Allan
Mactier, Omaha, Nebr.; and Paul
Massie, Bessemer.
Charles Pinney, Detroit; Mervin
Pregulman, Lansing;. Don Robinson,
Detroit; John Roxborough, Detroit;
Henry Schmit, Jr., Grand Rapids;
Kermit Schooler, Rochester, N.Y.;
James D. Sears, Webster Groves, Mo.;
Keith Sharpe, Grand Rapids; Arnott
Tait, Ann Arbor; Rowland Thornton,
Washington; Robert Urbanek, Mil-
waukee; Johnvan Summern, Ken-
more, N. Y.; E. C. Vilisides, Ann Ar-
bor; Peter Wege, Grand Rapids;
David Wehmeyer, Detroit, and Eric
Zalenski, Johnson City, N. Y., also re-
ceived numerals.

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Track RelayQuartet To Run In Cleveland Tonight

ON, EVERY SUBJECT

A Michigan medley relay track
quartet, composed of Bob Ufer, War-
ren Breidenbach, Bill Ackerman and
Karl Wisner, will meet a foursome
from Ohio State tonight in a special
invitational event of the Cleveland
high school track championship meet.
Coach Ken Doherty has named

Ufer to run the quarter, Breidenbach
the half-mile, Ackerman the three-
quarter mile run and Wisner the
mile. The Wolverines will be out to
avenge the setback suffered at the
hands of the Buckeye medley relay,
team in the recent Butler Relays.

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