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SUNDAY, MARCHZ 8, 11)43

THE MICHIIGAN DILYJT

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Buckeyes

Take National C(
Wolverines Second; Patten Whips
Smith in Close 100-Yard Race

Series Evened As
Leafs Dowm Wings
TORONTO, Ont., March 27.-
()- Toronto, revitalized by the re-
turn of veteran Dave Sweeney Schri-
ner, suppressed Detroit, 6-3, tonight
before a season's record crowd of
15,344 at Maple Leaf Gardens to
square the best-of-seven Stanley
Cup semi-final series at two games
apiece.
The Leafs were bulwarked by the
brilliant net-minding of Walter
"Turk" Broda.
The series resumes in Detroit Sun-
day with a sixth game in Toronto
Tuesday.

COLUMBUS, 0., March 27.--(P)-
Ohio State University's great swim-
ming team added the National Col-
legiate Athletic Association cham-
pionship to Its Western Conference
crown tonight, with Michigan taking
second.
Michigan's Big Ten. champion,
John Patten, copped the 100-yard
freestyle crown in virtually a dead
heat finish with Bill Smith, Ohio
State Hawaiian freshman making
his first appearance in competition
in the century. Smith holds every

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world record between 100 yards and
a mile. Patten's time was 52 seconds
flat.
Nakama Takes Second
Keo Nakama, 5 foot 4 inch Ha-
waiian from Ohio State, won his sec-
ond NCAA title of the meet with a
4:43.2 performance in the 440 yard
freestyle. Yesterday he took the 1500
meter crown.
Emmet Cashin, Pacific Coast Col-
legiate breaststroke champ froml
Stanford, annexed the 200-yardl
breaststroke title in 2:27.4. He was
only inches ahead of Irving Einbinder
of Michigan.
Buckeyes Set Record
The Buckeyes piled up a record to-
tal of 81 points in winning its first
NCAA team title. Second place Mich-
igan, which set the previous record
of 75 points in 1940, scored 47 points.,
Minnesota was third with 13 points
and Iowa fourth with 10.
Michigan's relay team of John Pat-
ten, Harry Holiday, Mert Church
and A. Cory won the 400-yard event
in 3:31.1, giving the Wolverine school'
a sweep of the meet's two relay
events.
Cory and Fries of Michigan and
Alwardt of Michigan State failed to
qualify in the 100-yard freestyle.
Wildcat Star Eliminated
Henry Kozlowski, Northwestern
University freshman, who bettered
world record time in the 50-yard free-
style with a 22.1 second performance
last night, was eliminated from the
100-yard freestyle in qualifying trials
of the National Collegiate Athletic
Association Championships. He fin-
ished 10th in an 18-man field.
SUMMARIES
100-yard freestyle: won by John
Patten, Michigan; second, Smith,
Ohio State; third, Church, Michigan;
fourth, Powlison, Washington; fifth,
Hall, Massachusetts State. Time 52.
200-yard breaststroke: won by Em-
met Cashin, Standford; second Ein-
binder, Michigan; third, Wright, Col-
lege of Pacific; fourth, Heidke, Pur-
due; fifth, Mamaliga, Ohio State.
Time 2.27.4.
440-yard freestyle won by Keo
Nakama, Ohio State; second, Taioli,
College of Pacific; third, Rogers, Col-
umbia; fourth, Green, Texas A. and
M., fifth, Beanston, California. Time
4:43.2.
Three meter (high board) diving:
won by Frank Dempsey, Ohio State;
second, Batterman, Ohio State; third,
Strong, Ohio State; fourth, Broad-
way, Iowa; fifth, Canja, Michigan.
Points 155.68.
440-yard relay: won by Michigan
(Patten, Holiday, Church, Cory); sec-
ond, Ohio State; third, Minnesota;
fourth, Iowa; fifth, Michigan State.
Time 3.31.1.

ollegiates
Michigan Two-
Mile Quartet*
Breaks Record
Michigan's 2-mile relay team es-
tablished a new American indoor
record last night in the Purdue Re-
lays at Lafayette. The new mark
of 7:40.9 erases Georgetown'9 pre-
vious record of 7:41.6 set in 1925.
Last night's victory was the sixth
straight for the Michigan quartet,
consisting of John Roxborough, Ross
Hume, Capt. Dave Matthews and
Bob Ufer.
Matthews and Ufer ran the
second fastest times of their careers
I for the 880, turning in times of
1:54.6 and 1:54.8 respectively.
Notre Dame rolled over weak op-
position to win the university divi-
sion championship in the first an-
nual Purdue Relays.
The Irish piled up 391/2 points as
against 24 for Indiana, which fin-
ished second.
Miami University of Oxford, 0.,
ran away with the team title in the
college division by amassing 29 2
points, compared with 16 for Michi-
gan Normal, which finished second.
SUMMARIES
University Two-Mile Relay-Won
by Michigan (Roxborough, Hume,
Matthews, Ufer); second, Illinois;
third, Indiana; fourth, Purdue. Tihe
7:40.9. (New American Indoor Rec-
ord. Old mark 7:41.6 set by George-
town in 1925.)
60-Yard High Hurdles-Won by
Charles Hlad, Chicago; second, Fie-
weger, Lawrence; third, Dillon, Notre
Dame; fourth, Cramer, Illinois. Time
:07.4.
Shot Put-Won by Jim Delaney of
Notre Dame (53 ft., 4% in.); second,
Welcher, Drake (50 ft., 6 in.); third,
Saban, Indiana (48 ft., 11 in.);
fourth, Yoniker, Notre Dame (47 ft.,
11 in.).
College Two-Mile Relay-Won by
Miami (Alston, Donahue, Evans,
Blayney); second, Michigan Normal;
third, Western Michigan; fourth, Mi-
ami. Time 7:58.9.
60-Yard Dash-Won by Davis of
Michigan State; second, Murphy,
Notre Dame; third, Hatfield, Ohio
State; fourth, Wimbeley, Illinois
Wesleyan. Time :06.4.
University Distance Medley Relay
-Won by Notre Dame (Currie, Pur-
cell, Conforti, Hunter); second, In-
diana; third, Illinois; fourth, Purdue.
Time 10:15.3.
60-Yard Low Hurdles-Won by Bill
Dillon of Notre Dame; second, Hlad,
Chicago; third, Fieweger, Lawrence;
fourth, Gutting, Purdue. Time 07.
University Four Mile Relay-on
by Notre Dame (Maloney, Leonard
Conforti, Hunter); second, Purdue;
third, Indiana. (Only three teams
entered). Time 17:31.1. (New Ameri-
can Indoor Record. Old mark 17:49,8,
set by Michigan in 1940).

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
at the offices of the University Musical
Society in Burton Memorial Tower.
The performers are as follows: Fritz
kreiser; Vladimir Horowitz; and the fol-
lowing artists from the Metropolitan Op-
era Association: Lily Pons, Stella Roman
Astrid Varnay, Kerstin Thorborg, Fred-
erick Jagel, Salvatore Baccaloni, and Alex-
ander Kpnis. The Philadelphia Orches-
tra, Eugene Ormandy, Conductor, and Saul
Caston, Associate Conductor; University
Choral Union, Hardin Van Deursen, Con-
ductor; Festival Youth Chorus, Marguer-
ite Hood, Conductor.
Charles A. Sink, President
Organ Recital: Palmer Christian, Uni-
versity Organist, will open a group of
Wednesday organ recitals at 4:15 p.m.,
March 31, in Hill Auditorium. The pro-
gram will include works of Bach, Weitz,
Novak, Danie-Lesur and Mulet. The pub-
lie Is cordially invited.
Exhibitions
Exhibition, College of Architecture and
Design: Alpha Alpha Gamma, honor so-
ciety for women in architecture, decor-
ative design, and landscape architecture,
is showing photographs in architecture,
sculpture, and decorative design by prac-
ticing members of the society. Third
floor exhibition room, Architecture Build-
Ing. Open daily 9:00 to 5:00, except Sun-
day, through March 31. Open to the
public.
Exhibition: Professor Shu-chi Chang,
of the Fine Arts Department in the Na-
tional Central University in Chungking,
will present an exhibition of contem-
porary Chinese painting and demonstrate
his own painting daily until March 31.
Open to the public daily, 1:00-6:00 p.m.,
in the Grand Rapids Room of the Michi-
gan League., No admission charge.
Events Today
Graduate outing Club will meet at the
west entrance of the Rackham Building
on Huron Street, at 2:30 p.m. today for a
hike to the Saginaw Forest. All graduate
and professional students are invited.
War activities movies will be shown
tonight at 8:15 in the Kellogg Foundation
Institute Auditorium. Films to be shown
are "Target for Tonight" and "Food Con-
voy." These are films of first-hand ac-
tion. Open to the public.
For Men in Uniform: A special Coffee
Hour will be held today, 3:00-5:00 p.m.,
at Lane Hall for those who would like to
hear the New York Philharmonic broad-
cast. Any student is welcome.
Coming Events
University of Michigan Concert Band,
with William D..Revelli as Conductor, will
present a concert in Hill Auditorium on
Thursday, April 1, at 8:30 p.m. Admission
complimentary.
Phi Beta Kappa: Annual meeting on
Monday, March 29, at 4:00 p.m. in Room
1035 Angell Hall. Members are urged to
attend.
A.S.M.E.: "Waterpower" and "Gaso-
line" are the titles of the two sound mo-
tion pictures that will be shown at the
next meeting of the A.S.M.E. on Wednes-
day, March 31, at 7:30 p.m. in the Michi-
gan Union. All engineers are invited.
Theta Sigma Phi will have a compul-,
sory meeting of all members and pledges
on Tuesday, March 30, at 4:00 p.m. in the
Editorial Room. Discussion of initiative
plans.
The Bibliophile section of the Fac-
ulty Women's Club will meet Tuesday,
March 30, at 2:30 p.m. with Mrs. Ralph
Curtiss, 1106 S. Forest.
The Bookshelf and Stage section of the
Women's Faculty Club will meet with Mrs.
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VOL. I, No. 24 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN MARCH 28, 1943

A

THE UNIVERSITY fac-
ulty members are right in
there... An extensive, de-
tailed plan for including
international education in
a post-war world was sent
to President Roosevelt by
a faculty committee and
Dr. Henry S. Curtis, vice-
president of the National
-Recreation Association
and originator of the pro-
gram . . . The University
faculty committee and Dr.
Curtis have already begun
to work on the third phase
of their plan-the draw-
ing up of educational clau-
ses to be included in the
peace treaty . . . It is the
general trend of the place,
however.
MUDDY, isn't it?
Eleven engineers held the
center of attraction by the
library Thursday night as
Triangles, honorary junior
engineering society, initi-
ated their new men i ...
With buckets of water

Michigan Men of Sports
NO, HE DIDN'T RUN Russ Owen of Ohio State,
into a door ... Bob Wiese, speeding the 600 yards in
left-handed slugger on the 1:12.5 . . The highlight
Wolverine baseball squad, of the evening was Greg
has been biding his time Rice's .record breaking
up at Health Service for performance in the two-
a little while . . . Wiese mile run . . Another in-
suffered from a lacerated door record was broken
nerve and a beautiful shi- when Herb Thompson of
ner when he walked into a Jersey City flashed
line drive during prac- through the 45-yard dash
tice hit by Dick Walter- in 4.8..
house . . . But baseball * * *
practice is going ahead... RECORDS FTdL and
The opening of the season the Ohio Buckeye natators
is only two weeks off now. again swept to a com-
... There are only seven manding position ... The
returning lettermen ... Of NCAA meet was bringing
these four are pitchers and forth a galaxy of swim-
two- Bob Stenberg and ming talent... The big-
Wayne Christenson-play gest event of Friday
the same position of last night's contests was the
year . . . But Coach Ray performance of Northwes-
Fisher is not too pessimis- tern freshman Henry Koz-
tic about the team's chan- lowskil. . . After equalling
ces. the world record time of
* * * 22.6 seconds twice in pre-
MICHIGAN'S two-mile liminaries, he clipped a
relay team won its fifth half-second off the mark
consecutive victory andf with a 22.1 performance in
Bob Ufer captured the winning the event ... The

Weghe of Princeton in
1938 ... The medley relay
trio of Holiday, frvie Ein-
binder and Captain John-
ny Patten set a new record
for 300-yard distance of
2:53.4 ... John Patteh set
a new record for the 300-
yard distance, accounting
for the other one.
* * 2*
YEP, I THINK :that it
has come at last . . , Drag
out that old bat and ball-
the golf clubs-and all
that spring artillery . .
The balmy breezes have
hit Ann Arbor, for the
time being anyway, and
campusites are taking ad-
vantage of the lovely wea-
ther for botany field trips
to the Arboretum and
things like that.
* * *
SENIOR engineers chose
their officers last week . . .
The bright slide rule boys
to lead the class will be
led by Robert G. Mott,
'43E, who was chosen pris-
ident .. Richard C. Scho-
el, '43E, was elected'gecie-

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