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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE. THER

PA4~ 1~U~I~

v.

Track

Team

Triumphs;

Varsity

Nine

Swamps

Buckeyes

McCarthy Chalks Up 11 Points;
Baseball Team Victorious, 15-8

WhirlawayRomps To DebVitr

I

(Continued from Page 1)
tain Joe Olbrays of the Irish was
third.
Inability of Oliver Hunter, Notre
Dame sophomore, to come back strong
from last week's two-mile victory and
relay races at the Drake Relays had
considerable to do with the Irish
downfall. Hunter took third in the
mile behind his teammate, Frank
Conforti, and then came in third in
the two-mile to Karl Wisner to Mich-
gan, who won in 9:27.5.
Ray Roy of Notre Dame defeated
Jack Leutritz and Warren Breiden-
bach of Michigan in a 49.1 quarter
mile. A brisk breeze hampered the
field event men and the distance run-
ners.,
Don Canham, Michigan's defending
national co-champion, heralded his
return to top form by defeating
Keith O'Rourke, Notre Dame sopho-
more, in the high jump at 6 feet, 3
and seven-eighths inches. It was 0'-
Rourke's first collegiate ddfeat, and
he has beaten Canham indoors twice.
A four-way tie resulted in the pole

vault when Michigan's Charlie Decker
and Bob Segula cleared the winning
height of 12 feet along with Frank
'Wietoff and Warren Smith of Notre
Dame.
In the javelin, Wolverine sopho-
more John Wise came through with
a throw of 170 feet, 6 inches, which
was good for first place. Michigan's
Perry Kimerer added a third place
point.
Making his first appearance since
the Illinois Relays last February, Neil
Maclntyre, Maize and Blue sopho-
more hurdler, gave indication that
he is recovering from his leg in-
jury by copping third behind team-
mate McCarthy and Notre Dame's
John Nicholson. The winning time
was 14.9 seconds.
Cliff Wise Hurls
Winning Game
(Continued from Page 1)l
verines countered with two of their
own in the sixth on two hits, two stol-
en bases, and a walk, and added
another, their eighth, in the seventh.
A four-run Buckeye rally in the last
of the seventh, featured by a triple
by Tom Walls, sent Wise to the
showers and brought Muir on the
scene. Michigan came back with a
vengeance and pushed five runs
across the plate in the eighth to sew
up the ball game. Muir drove a home
run to right field with one on in
the midst of the rally.
Every Michigan regular with the
exception of Ruehle hit safely at least
once, with catcher George Harms
again leading the attack with three
singles. Don -Holman, Mike Sofiak,
Dick Wakefield, and Bud Chamber-
lain each drove out two hits.
Michigan's next Conference oppon-
ent is Illinois, with games scheduled
here next Friday and Saturday. In
the meantime, Fisher's crew will play
host to Michigan Normal on Tuesday,

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don wirtehafter's
DAILY DOUBLE'
Farewell - And 30 .--
LOUISVILLE, KY., May 3.-Picturesque Derbytown and I have something'
in common tonight. After staging a wild, feverish celebration last
night that would have made New Year's Eve in most cities look like a
church lawn fete and after proudly watching its favored son, Whacky Whirl-
away, come whirling like the wind to victory, this gay old town settled down
to memories tonight. Excitement is all over and aside from empty pocket-
books, hangovers and headaches, all that remains behind are sentimental
recollections of the 67th annual Kentucky Derby racing classic.
And so it is with me, for once I pack away this trusty typewriter the
Daily Double will be a thing of the past. They will toss the masthead into
a hungry fire, change the name-cards on the desk, and eagerly start on
a new regime.
I DON'T KNOW how Louisville feels tonight. This horse-made metropolis
no doubt is calloused to the finish of a hectic derby weekend. But I do
know, that to me, this is one occasion that I was foolishly hoping would
never come. The Daily has been the heart and soul of my college career. To
say that I will miss it is grossly underestimating the situation. From start
to finish, this past year has been filled with fun and frolic, thrill and chills
that I'll never forget. As I sit here now singing this almost maudlin swan
song, it seems to go whirling around in my head.
Oh, how clearly I recall that fateful day in May when the whole thingj
started . . . that climactic but shivery walk to the Publications Building
with its victorious results . . . those trembling fingers when I began the
first Double. It was fortunate in many respects. This was a banner year
for Michigan sports. The one and only Harmon, fearless and frolicking
Evashevski, daring Frutig, colorful Mike Sofiak and Herb Brogan, the
"Great Busto" Sharemet, Pretty-Boy Tobin, Wild Bill Combs . . . they
were all around to make copy flow as easily and as refreshingly as
mint juleps did here today.
AND THEN THERE WERE THE TRIPS . . . Fascinating California, his-
toric Boston, little Joe Mernik at Minneapolis, Harmon's last stand at
Columbus, the Conference track loss to Indiana at Lafayette, the swimming
triumphs at Lansing, a week in the Southland with the baseball team, and
finally the Derby. Louisville this weekend added a thrilling final touch . . .
More than 150,000 jammed into this already #war-boomed town . . Last
night they tore the place apart, drank till they couldn't see straight and
paraded through the noisy streets until their numbed legs gave away -..
about half were so sick today that they never got near Churchill Downs.
I, myself, hitch-hiked 400 miles with Hal Schulhof . . . at five dol-
ars a throw, we had seats in nearby Cincinnati and would have seen per-
fectly if 100,0,00 other neck-stretched fans weren't in front of us . . . It
didn't make much difference though since we always had an opportunity
to watch our horse romp in . . . the other people were comfortably in
their seats by that time. Well, my last lines are approaching. My much-
loved task is through. This has been the greatest year of my life. But
like all other mortals, the Double dies.
FAREWELL.
Track Tornado Hits The Irish

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Twenty Grand's
Record Broken
By Wright Colt
Staretor And Market Wise
Take Place, Show Spots
In Churchill Downs Race
(Continued from Page 1)
Whirlaway in the dust when he com-
mitted his usual racing "sin" of run-
ning wide at the last turn. But the
little standard-bearer ran as true as
an arrow to give Chicago its second
straight Derby victory and win by
as wide a margin as any horse ever
has taken this run for the hoses.
Only Johnstown in 1939 and Old
Rosebud in 1914 ever made such a
show of their field. It was as if the
Derby was run in two seconds, and
the only contest in the race found
the rank outsider in the field, Hugh
Nesbitt's Staretor, driving to a neck
decision over another long-shot, the
New York owned Market Wise, from
the barn of Lou Tufano, for second
place. Porter's Cap, leading money
winner among the three-year-olds
up to now and the colt the Far West
was writing songs about, finished
fourth.
Ten lengths away from "Whirly's"
waving tail was Rocky Palladino's
Little Beans, the invader from Boston,
fifth; the Texas speed horse, Robert
Klejerg, Jr.'s Dispose, sixth; Tom
Bi'agg's Blue Pair, seventh; Our
Boots~, eighth; J. Fred Byer's Robert
Morris, ninth; Emerson F. Wood-
ward's Valdina Paul, tenth, and trail-
ing all the way, Cleaveland Putnam's
mud-running Swain, the Californian,
who just couldn't get started on the
( lightning fast track.
Net men Down '
Mlini In Third
BigTen IWitn
(Continued from Page 1)
tive love game victories to trail by
only one game. The next game
went to deuce three times before
Tobin put it away with a nice fore-
hand passing shot to tie the set at
4-all.
Schwarz then broke through the
Michigan leader's service to go ahead
again but Tobin ran out the next
three games, twice winning Schwarz's
service, to take a 7-5 victory.
In the second, third and fourth
singles tilts, the Michigan entries
had little trouble winning. Lawton
Hammett downed Don Miller, 6-2,
6-2, and Jim Porter triumphed over
Frank Saikley, 6-2, 6-4.
Wayne Stille won the most one-
sided victory of the meet in the
fourth bracket singles match, walk-
ing over Sam Young, 6-1, 6-1. Tom
Gamon likewise had little trouble
winning his number five singles
match from Norm Ediden, 6-2, 6-4.
The longest match of the day was
the sixth bracket singles contest be-
tween Art Jones of Illinois and Mich-
igan's Alden Johnson. Both boys
played strictly cautious tennis and,
on ┬░one occasion, kept the ball in
play for 10 minutes during which
time it crossed the net no less than
93 times. The Illinois boy finally
won the match, after two hours of
play, to give the visitors their only
point. The score was 6-2, 3-6, 6-3.
The first two doubles matches were
won by Michigan in straight sets, the
Wolverines undefeated first doubles
duo of Tobin and Hammett down-

ing Schwarz and Saikley, 7-5, 6-3,
while Porter and Stille downed Illi-
nois' Miller -Young combination, 6-4,:
6-2.
The third doubles match was more
of a contest since it went three sets,
two of them deuced,

Links Squad
Stops Indana
As Smith Stars
By LYONS HOWLAND
Michigan's smooth-swinging golfers
continued their winning streak, tak-
ing their fifth match of the season
yesterday, when they trounced In-
diana University's invading linksmen
192 to 41 on University Golf Course.
From the beginning of the doubles
matches at 8 a.m. till the golfers
finished the last hole in the singles
matches in the afternoon, it was
Michigan all the way, with Captain
Fred Dannenfelser andhBen Smith
paving the way for the victorious
Michigan team.
Smith Cards 70
Highlight of the day was Smith's
two-under-par 70 in the singles
matches when he was paired with
Indiana's number-one-man, Frank
Penning. Evidently harkening to the
pressure the little 121-pound power
plant was turning on, Smith per-
formed "the best golf game he'd
ever shot." In getting this score,
he got two bogies, and blazed out
12 par holes and three birdies.
Dannenfelser was party to the an-
nexing of five points to the team's
total score, garnering a 77 in the
doubles games, and a 74 in the after-
noon's singles.
In the morning's doubles matches,
the Dannenfelser-Smith combination
nipped Indiana's duo of Penning and
Hal Schmidt, 2 to 1. Michigan's sec-
ond combination, Johnny Barr and
John Leidy blanked Wilbur Van Horn
and Bill Horton, 3 to 0. Bob Fife,
playing in a singles match, won three
points from Steve Rose. At the end
of the morning, Michigan was leading,
8 to 1.
Dannenfelser Wins
After lunch, the singles matches
were run off. It was here that Smith,
burdened by a severe cold, gained.
a three-stroke advantage on Peining
to take his 70 which was good for
2% points against the Hoosier's .
Dannefelser outplayed Schmidt by!
5 strokes to add three more points
to the Wolverines total. Johnny Barr
had a little trouble getting his putter
going and gained but a % point to
2% for Wilbur Van Horn. Curiously
enough, the two hadsidentical scores
for the first ten holes.
Dave Osler and John Leidy, both
much improved from the first part
of the season, came through and
won their matches in easy fashion.
The golfers leave this morning for
South Bend, where they will take on
Notre Dame tomorrow.

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880-Yard-Run: Won by Matthews,
(Michigan); Kautz, (Michigan), see-'
ond; Olbrys (Notre Dame), third.
Time-1:56.6 (New Meet Record.)
220-Yard-Dash: Won by Piel,
(Michigan); Sheets (Notre Dame),'
second; Thomas (Michigan), third.
Time-21.4. (New Meet Record).
Discus Throw: Won by Delaney
(Notre Dame) ; Lawton (Michigan),
second; Hook (Michigan), third. Dis-
tance-143 feet, 5 3-8 inches. (New
Meet Record).
Two-Mile-Run: Won by Wisner,
(Michigan); Maloney (Notre Dame),
second; Hunter (Notre Dame), third.
Time-9:27.5 (New Meet Record).
220-yard Low Hurdles: Won by
Dillon (Notre Dame) ; Hall (M'-
gan), second; Barnard (Michigan),
third. Time-24.1 (New Meet Rec-
ord).I
100-Yard-Dash: Won by Piel

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SCORE BY INNINGS
Michigan ......204 002 151-15
Ohio State :... 002 000 420- 8

McCarthy (Michigan); Nicholson'
(Notre Dame) second; MacIntyre
(Michigan), third. Time-14.9 (New
Meet Record).
Pole Vault: Four-way tie for first
between Smith, Weitoff of Notre
Dame and Decker and Segula of
Michigan. Height 12 feet, 6 inches.
(New Meet Record).
Broad Jump: Won by McCarthy
(Michigan) ; Sheets (Notre Dame),
second; Garvey (Notre Dame), third.
Distance-22 feet, 2 inches.
One-Mile Relay: Won by Michi-
gan (Thomas, Barnard, Ufer, Brei-
denbach) ; Notre Dame, second. Time
3-.. (New Meet and Field Record.
Old Field Record 3:18.7 by Indiana
in 1937).
Javelin Throw: Won by Wise,
(Michigan); Vicars (Notre Dame),
second; Kimerer (Michigan), third.
Distance-170 feet, 6 inches.
Mithigan Sailors Cap
Invitational Regatta
Michigan's top-notch sailing team
of Roger McAleer and Caleb Warner
won two of three races held at Whit-
more Lake in an invitational regatta
held yesterday with crews from other
state clubs in the competition.
Kenyon College was second and
Barton Hills represented by C. W.
Spooner and Jim Mailman, third.
In the only race that the Wolverines
failed to win, the Maize and Blue
duo finished second to the strong
Barton Hills outfit.t

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May 4, 1941
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Errors: Haefner, Sexton, Scholl, (Michigan); Sheets, (Notre Dame)
Malady, Dornbrook 2; Langhurst, second; Buenger (Notre Dame) third.
Updegraf Sofiak. Runs batted in: Time 9.8. (Ties Meet Record Set By
Wakefield 2, Harms 2, Chamberlain, Johnson of Michigan in 1918).
Sexton 2, Langhurst, Wall, Malady, High Jump: Won by Canham,
McLain 2. Two base hits: Holman. higa J 'Rourke Ny Dam)
Three base hits: Wall. Home runs, sMichigan; ORou chign)thrDame
Muir. Stolen bases: Holman, Sofi-e
ak2, Wakefield 2, Ruehle. Sacrifices: Height-6 feet, 3'8 rinches.
Sofiak, Wise, Cartmill. Double plays:
Inks to Sexton. Left on bases: Mich-
igan 11, Ohio State 9. Bases on balls: Sharemet Heads M Club
Wise 4, Dornbrook 1, Maley 4, Upde-
graf 1. Strike outs: Wise 4, Muir 3, Gus Sharemet, varsity letterwin-
Dornbrook 1, Maley 2. Hits off: ner on the great Michigan swimming
Kendle 0 for 0 runs in 1 inning. Muir team was elected president of the
2 for 2 runs in 2 1-3 innings. Dorn- 'M' Club and Norm Call was selected
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Wise 10 for 6 runs in 6 2-3 innings. Howard Mehaffey assumes the post
Maley 6 for 7 runs in 6 innings. Up- of treasurer with Jim Galles the new
degraf 1 for 2 runs in 1-3 inning. secretary. Call and Mehaffey earned
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