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Natators Completely Outclass Pennsylvania, 41-23

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Sophs Capture
Interclass Tilt
From Seniors
McCarthy Tops Individual
Scoring With 15 Points
In Indoor Track Meet-
By HAL WILSON
A cheeky crew of sophomore track-
men thoroughly convinced the sen-
iors and juniors that their arrogant
boast of class supremacy was no
idle threat as they piled up 43 im-
pressive points to capture the inter-
class indoor cinder crown at the
Field House yesterday.
The seniors chalked up 38 points
for the runnerup berth and the jun-
iors trailed with 29.
- Holding a 20-13 lead after Friday's
field events, Coach Ken Dbherty's
second-year trackmen, spearhead-
ed iy Frank McCarthy, Neil Mac-
Intyre and Herb Leake, withstood
the seniors' last desperate bid for
the lead and in the final two events
pulled away from a 34-34 deadlock
to win.
Ufer Out With Injury
Furthermore the entire feat was
carried through by the confident
sophomore outfit without the serv-
ices of its brilliant dashman, Blaz-
ing Bob Ufer, who was urging on
his mates From the sidelines" with a
slight ankle injury. But balancing
the scales on this count, tle seniors
claimed, was the absence of Big Ten
quarter mile champion Warren
Breidenbach, who also did not com-
pete.
It was lanky McCarthy, making
his fine versatility pay dividends, who
contributed 15 points to the soph
cause and walked off with meet
scoring honors. Having tallied-. eight
Friday on his first in the broad
jump and second to Capt. Don Can-
ham in the high jump, the promis-
ng second-year man added another
first place in the 65-yard low hurdles
and a third in the highs.
A pair of seniors, Jack Leutritz and
Bob Barnard, turned in scintillating
early-season performances in the
440-yard dash, finishing in a dead-
heat in 50.5. Barnard came up fast
after the last turn and with a final
lunge snapped the tape simultaneous-
ly with Leutritz. Juniors Al Thom-
as and Bill Dobson finished second
and third respectively.
Ackerman Wins Mile
In the mile run Long-striding Bill
Ackermnen clipped a tenth of a sec-
ond off his last week's mark to win
in the very creditable time of 4:19.9.
Senior Karl Wisner was runnerup
with 4:22.9, while soph Dave Mat-
thews beat out junior John McKean
for third.
With a driving finish Leake bare-
y nosed out junior Johnny Kautz by
two-tenths of a second in 2:00.4.

Stars In Vietory

Mermen Lead
IIn Every Race
For Easy Win
Barker And Patten Pace
Record Breaking, Both
Winning Two Events
{Continued from Page 1)
mer National Collegiate 50 yard
champ and present Big Ten title-
holder won his favorite race in 24:2
followed by teammate Bruce Allen
and Ed' Reuber of Penn. Charley
,loafed through the 100 yard free
style event in 55.2. Hueber was sec-
ond and Bob West, Wolverine soph-
rnore, third.
In the 200 yard breast stroke, Jim
Skinner butterflied ahead of Bob
Wissocker and J. S. McGovern in
2:33.5. This also was the first col-
legiate meet for the young Michigan
star who already holds the National
AAU outdoor title.
Ted Horlenko Wins 150
Another sophomore got in on the
spoils as Ted Horlenko backstroked
his way to victory over the 150 yard
route ahead of Penn's captain, Joe
Tyson, and Allan Baker.
' Francis Heydt, oJhn Sharemet and
Will Garvey propelled the Wolver-
ines to the front in the 300 yard
medley race in 3:05.2 while an all-
sophomore aggregation of Allen, Gar-
vey, West and Skinner outfought
the Pennsylvanians in the 400 yard
event.
Strother T-Bone Martin contrib-
uted is bit to the cause as he added
to the Wolverine total with a first
place in the fancy diving. He amass-
ed 135.63 points to the 102.76 given
Penn's Charles Reed.
SUMMARIES
300-yard medley: Won by Michi-
gan (Heydt, J. Sharemet, Garvey).
Time 3:05.2.
220-yard free style: Won by Pat-
ten (Michigan). Time 2:19.9.
50-yard free style: Won by Bar-
ker (Michigan). Time 4:22.
Fancy dive won by Martin, Mich-
igan, 135.63 points.
100-yard freestyle: Won by Bark-
er (Michigan). Time 55.2.
150 yard back stroke: Won by Hor-
lenko (Michigan). Time, 1:44.1.
200 yard breast stroke: Won by
Skinner (Michigan); time 2:33.5.
440 yard free style: W 14 .by Pat-
ten (Michigan) ; time 5 :14.5.
400 yard free style relay: Won by
Michigan (Allen, Garvey, West,
Skinner). Timne, 3:52.4.

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Harmon Given
Most Valuable
P"layer Awar d
CHICAGO, Dec. 14-/P-To the
surprise of no one, Tommy Harmon,
Michigan triple threat halfback, was
named today as the "most valuable"
player to his team in the Western

Fraternity Grapplers Compet
ForChampionshipsThis W
The brawny musclemen of the fra- '40 meet, will be back tod
ternities will be given a chance to title. The Phi Delts amassed
match their strength and skill at the last year to Psi Upsilon's n:
annual Interfraternity Wrestling runner-up spot. Among t
Meet which will be held at 7:30 p.m. captured crowns last year
Monday and Tuesday at the Field will be on hand for the m
House. Wistert, unlimited champ

~eek
defend its
33 points
ine in the
hose who
and who
eet are Al
aion, Don

Conference. Preliminaries will take place Mon-
Harmon was selected in the annual day night, with the finalists meet-
ing Tuesday. Contestants must weigh
poll conducted by the Chicago Tri- in between 3:00 and 5:30 p.m. at the
bune. A group of coaches and of- Sports Building or Waterman Gym-
ficials made the choice after the nasium.
players of each football squad had Practice for the meet has been held
selected their "most valuable" men. during the past week, with Port Rob-
sTedMitheira"msta uhoae"lmen.ertson, assistant wrestling coach,
Amer caMnichigan star,aigh twasAll- supervising the workouts. About 56
Amercantwo ear strigh, wa anentries have been received so far.
almost unanimous selection, finish- Pieae ee n er ofa'9-
ing far ahead of P'aul iemenz, Phi Delta Theta, winner of the '39-
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Northwestern center, who ran second
in the poll. ^
George Paskvan, Wisconsin full- IT'S NOT T
back, was third, followed closely by
George Paffrath, Minnesota quarter-
back; Mike Enich, Iowa tackle; Dave
Rankin, Purdue end; Dwight Gahm, 50 with " our
Indiana center; Claude White, Ohio J Name for
State center, and George Bernhardt, Others 25 for 8
Illinois fullback. . . Largest stock
The recognition carries with it a
silver trophy shaped like a football,
actual playing size. It will be pre- U i h EABT UNIV
sented at a time suitable to Harmon 549 EAST UNIV
and Michigan officials.

Young, runner-up in the 175 pound
class, and John Stewart, winner in
the 123 pound class, all of the Phi
Delt squad. With these three exper-
ienced wrestlers augmenting their
crew, the Phi Delts should present
a real threat to the other groups in
defense of their crown.
In order to qualify for the entrance
points each team must enter at least
two men in the meet.
_._ .

Forward Bob Fitzgerald's fine
play sparked his teammates to vic-
tory last night, in the 36-16 drub-
bing the Wolverines handed the
Ypsi quintet. The lanky junior
tallied eleven points to tie with'
guard Mike Sofiak for high-scor-
ing honors of the evening.
Picking up third place points for the
sophomore cause, Buck Dawson beat
out senior Jack Dobson.
In a blanket finish senior letter-
man Jeff Hall edged MacIntyre and
McCarty by scant inches to take. the
high hurdle event in 8.5. Another
soph, Bud Byerly, finished fourth.
Trailing McCarthy in the low bar-
rier event was Hall, and again it
was a matter of mere fractions of
inches separating the two.
Speedster Bud Piel added five jun-
ior points with a 6.5 seconds effort
in the 60-yard dash, narrowly beat-
ing out senior Bill Harnist and soph-
omore Chuck Donahey, second and
third in that order. Jack Keller,
junior dashman, was a couple steps
behind for fourth.
Goodfellows - lfonaay
Butler Defeats Buckeyes
COLUMBUS, O., Dec. 14-(/P)-A
fast-stepping Butler University bas-
ketball team capitalized on a pair
of wild passes by hard-pressed Ohio
State players in the closing minutes
of their game here tonight to nose
out the Buckeyes, 51 to 49.

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