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PAGE THREE

Michigan,

Notre

Dame

Dominate

State

Relay

Carnival

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Maize and Blue
SwampIowa
Swimmers
IOWA CITY, Iowa. ()- The Mich-
igan swimming team bettered two Na-
tional Intercollegiate tank records
and two Big Ten marks here tonight,
defeating Iowa, 62 to 22.
Two of the Wolverines' performan-
ces came in the opening event.
The medley relay team-Harry Hol-
iday, Pat Hayes and Capt. John Pat-
ten-toured the 300-yard course in
2:51.1, bettering the National and
Conference standards of 2:54.1.
Holiday, who swam the backstroke
leg on the relay team, topped the Na-
tional and Conference marks of 1:30.9
for the 150-yard backstroke course.
He also was credited with an unoffi-
cial record of :56.7 for the 100yard
distance he swam in the relay race,
All events of the meet were con-
tested over a 20-yard course.
Michigan took first place in all nine
events.
FoQtball Faces
Dark Future
NEW YORK, Feb. 13.- (P)- Col-
lege football isn't sure whether it can
even get to the post next fall, but
it's going right ahead with plans to
hold as reasonable a facsimile of
spring training as possible.
While disappointed and somewhat
surprised over the Army's rule forbid-
ding its soldier-students to partici-
pate in intercollegiate athletics, a sur-
vey by the Associated Press today
showed most major American col-
leges intend to play football as long
as they can put eleven men on a side
and get a man to blow a whistle.
The squads will be much smaller
and many of them will be composed
largely of 17-year-old boys, but it is
with these recent high school grad-
uates and men who do not come un-
der the Army ban that the colleges
are planning to operate on at least a
limited basis this fall.
A list of the major colleges that
said today they had either started
spring training or would within a few
weeks included Ohio State, Indiana,
Purdue, Notre Dame, Northwestern,
Iowa, Minnesota, and Michigan.
Wisconsin Wins 'Little
Big Ten' Track Meet
CHICAGO, Feb. 13.-(P)- Wiscon-
sin won the "Little Big Ten" track
meet tonight over four other Western
Conference Schools, sweeping five of
12 first places in running up 54 points.
Northwestern was second with 231/2,
Purdue third with 22, Chicago fourth
with 201/2 and Minnesota last with 12.
The Wildcats came along with a
rush to nose out the Boilermakers
when Dave James won first in the
broad jump, second in the high jump
and second in the 60-yard low hur-
dles for Northwestern.
Wisconsin won firsts and seconds
in the 60-yard dash and pole vault,
first in the 60-yard high hurdles to
build up an early edge of 11 points
over its nearest competitor.

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Hockey Team
Loses, 7-2, to
Paris Puchsters
By WALT KLEE
In a hockey game that was close
for two periods and then became a
walk-away, the Michigan sextet= lost
a 7-2 game to a team from the Paris
A.C.
The Parisiennes scored three goals
to one for the Wolverines in the ini-
tial stanza to take a lead that was
never menaced. In the second period,
the home team held the Canadian
club scoreless while pushing the puck
past "Jyp" England for its second and
last tally of the evening.
The victors ran up four markers in
the third period, seemingly scoring at
will over the tired Wolverine players.
Ken Edmison scored his second and
third goals of the evening within the
space of a minute, to complete his
"hat trick" for the visitors. He also
got an assist. Second honors in the
scoring department must go to Toni
Torti for his goal and three assists.
For two periods the Wolverines
played a brand of hockey that kept
the meager gathering of fans on the
edge of their seats and as the third
period opened, the team was only one
goal behind. But then the experience
of the visitors began to count as they
went wild in the final frame.
The team was definitely not the
same that played for the Maize and
Blue for the first half of the season.
The loss of the entire front line made
the Michigan offense so weak that it
never was a serious threat.
Bill Dance led in the scoring de-
partment for the losers, garnering a
goal and an assist for his evening's
work.
However, the Michigan defensemen
must be given the nod as the stars
of the evening for the Wolverines.
Bob Derleth made as many forays
down the ice as any man on either
line for Michigan and played a fine
defensive game for the entire sixty
minutes. Bob Stenberg, as a result of
his sparkling body checking and
stickwork downr behind the Michigan
blue line, must be termed as the most
improved player on the squad.
It was just lack of experience that
hindered the two new men who played
on the second Wolverine line, Chuck
Berthoud and Bob Mull:Jan.

Hose-Nose Stars

Six Records Smashed
By Midwestern Teams
Ufer Breaks 300-Yard Dash Record;
Maize and Blue Triumphs in Seven Events

Helps Relay Squads

Winning.
MICHIGAN
Loud
Derleth
Stenberg
Anderson
Dance ,
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Michigan

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PARIS A.C.
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Torti
Easto
Hayward
Jolly
Athens, Mulli-

BOB UFER
. Wolverine senior, who came
within two-tenths of a second of
the world record for the 300-yard
dash last night at the- Michigan
State Relay Carnival and anchored
the victorious mile relay and sprint
medley relay quartets.
Truly a Carnival ...
300-Yard Run - won by Ufer
(Mich.); second, Kerwin (Western
Mich.); third, Kaulitz (Mich. State) ;
fourth, Murphy (Notre Dame). Time
-:31.4.
Two-Mile Relay-won by Michigan
(Ir, rsoll, Ross Hume, Roxborough,
Matthews); second, Notre Dame;
third, Michigan Normal.
Shot Put-won by Delaney (Notre
Dame); second, White (Notre Dame);
third, Yonaker (Notre Dame); fourth,
Brecher (Mich. State). Distance-50
feet, 4 3/8 inches.
75-Yard High Hurdles- won by
Dillon (Notre Dame); second, Dodge
(Mich. State); third, Swanson
(Mich!); fourth, Smith (Notre
Dame). Time-:09.5.'
600-Yard Run - won by Fehlig
(Notre Dame); second, Glas (Mich.);
third, Upton (Mich.); fourth, Wheat-
ley (Mich.). Time-1:14.3.
Pole Vault-won by Wiethoff (Notre
Dame); tie for second between Webb
(Mich. Normal) and Segula (Mich.);x
tie for fourth between Dygert and
Wonch. (Mich. State). Height-13
feet.
75-Yard Dash - won by Davis
(Mich. State); second, Alkon (Mich.);
third, Bodoh (Mich. State); fourth,
Dillon (Notre Dame). Time-:07.9.
High Jump-won by Taylor (West-
ern Mich.); second, Hoeflinger (Ohio
State); third, Milne (Mich. State);
fourth, Luckey (Loyola). Height-6
feet, 6% inches.
Sprint Medley Relay - won by
Michigan (Sears, Alkon, Newcomb,
Ufer); second, Michigan State; third,
Notre Dame; fourth, Michigan Nor-
mal. Time-3:33.5.
Mile Run-won by Hunter (Notre
Dame); second, Leonardi (Mich.);
third, Deal (Kalamazoo); fourth, Co-
nant (Mich.). Time-4:27.9.
1,000-Yard Run - won by Ross
Hume (Mich.); second, Conforti (No-
tre Dame); third, Brehmer (Notre
Dame); fourth, Woodson (Kalama-
zoo). Time-2:19.2.
75-Yard Low Hurdles-won by Pin-
ney (Mich.); second, Dillon (Notre
Dame) ; third, Swanson (Mich.) ;
fourth, Martin (Mich.). Time-:08.6.
Distance Medley- won by Notre
Dame, (Purcell, Currie, Maloney,
Hunter); second, Michigan; third,
Michigan State. Time-10:27.3.
240-Yard Shuttle Hurdle Relay-
won by Michigan (Stroia, Leonardi,
Byerly, Swanson) ; second, Michigan
State; third, Notre Dame. Time-31.1.
(Breaks field house record of 31.6 held
by Ohio State.)
Mile Relay - won by Michigan
(Glas, Sears, Matthews, Ufer); sec-
ond, Notre Dame; third, Michigan
State. Time-3:23.2.

Special to The Daily
EAST LANSING.-Six records were
broken, one tied and four established
as a powerful Michigan track team
iominated the 23rd Michigan State
Relay Carnival in the Jenson Field
House here tonight, closely followed
by a strong Notre Dame squad.
Highlight was the special 300-yard
invitational race which Bob Ufer won
easily in 31.4 seconds, barely missing
Fred Alderman's world mark of 31.2.
First Carnival and Field House rec-
ord to fall was the 300-yard mark.
Ufer led a six-man field home in 31.4
seconds, snapping the tape 40 feet
ahead of Jim Kerwin of Western
Michigan. The old record was 32.7
seconds, set last year by Cleon Smith
of Michigan State.
Three marks fell in the field events,
Dallas Dupre, flashy Ohio State
sprinter, leaped 24 feet, 2% inches in
the running broad jump. His own
record, set in 1942, was 24 feet, 1/4
inches. Jim Delaney, Notre Dame,
tossed the 16-pound shot put 50 feet,
4% inches to break his own 1942
mark of 49 feet, 6% inches. Ed Tay-
lor, Western Michigan, cracked the
high jump record of 6 feet, 618 inches
set by State's Jim Milne in 1942 with
a leap of 6 feet, 6% inches.
Michigan Sets Record
Michigan established a record in
the sprint medley relay (440, 220, 220
and 880 yard) with Jim Sears, Len
Alkon, Bill Ntiwcomb and Ufer run-
ning in that order. The time was
3:33.5. Michigan State was second
and Western Michigan third. Ufer
beat State's Capt. Bill Scott by 15
yards.
The Maize and Blue two-mile re-
lay team loafed through an easy race
in 8:08, beating the Irish by 70 yards
with Michigan Normal third. John
Ingersoll had a lead of 35 yards; Ross
Hume pushed it to 40; John Roxbor-

ough boosted it to 60, and Capt. Dave
Matthews was 70 yards in front at the-
end.
State's Hugh Davis beat Alkon in
the 75-yard dash in 7.9 seconds, and
Bill Dillon, Notre Dame, barely beat
Elmer Swanson in the 75-yard high
hurdles in 9.5 seconds. Another Irish
runner, Gene Fehlig, took the 600-
yard run in 1:14.3 to establish a Car-
nival record. Willie Glas and Art.Up-
ton of Michigan were second and
third.
Hunter Beats Leonardi
Ollie Hunter, Notre Dame, beat
Michigan's Ernie Leonardi in the mile
in 4:27.9 with Jim Conant taking a
fourth place.
Michigan's freshman medley relay
team of Don Sternisha, Bob Nuss-
baumer, Dick Hall and Bob Edmon-
son placed second to the Spartan
yearlings.
Ross Hume established a record in
the 1,000-yard run, beating Notre
Dame's Frank Conforti in 2:18.2.
Chuck Pinney blazed through the
75-yard low hurdles in 8.6 seconds
with Bill Dillon, Notre Dame, edging
out Swanson and Jack Martin, Michi-
gan. Pinney tied the Carnival record
held by Normal's Whitey Hlad.
Michigan's distance medley quartet
of Pinney, Roxborough, Ingersoll and
Bob Hume placed second to Notre
Dame, which established a record of
10:27.3.
The Maize and Blue 240-yard shut-
tle hurdle quartet of Swanson, By-
erly, Liv Stroia and Bud Low won
in 31.1 seconds to break the Field
House record of 31.6 set by Ohio State
last month.
Michigan closed the meet with a
smashing triumph in the mile relay,
beating Notre Dame by 15 yards in
3:23.2 with Glas, Sears, Matthews and
Ufer running in that order. It was
a new Carnival record.

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gan, Berthoud, Pontius.
Paris Spares: Jolly, Edmison, Ush-
er, Porter, Mann, Mansfield.
Scoring: First Period: Paris-Easto
(8:39), Torti from Edmison (12:50),
Edmison from Torti (13:12). Michi-
gan-Anderson from Dance (11:25).
Second Period: Michigan- Dance
from Derleth (6:29).
Third Period: Paris-Usher from
Torti (4:15), Edmison from Torti
(6:05), Edmison from Torti (7:05),
Hayward (8:13).

Michigan Beats
Wildcats On Mat
x VANSTON, Il!., Feb. 13.- (A)-
Michigan's wrestling team defeated
Northwestern today, 18 to 16, in a
Western Conference dual meet, al-
though the Wildcats won four of the
six bouts.
Michigan gained its advantage by
redeiving forfeit victories in the 136
and 145 pound divisions. Northwest-
ern did not compete at those weights
because of injuries.
Bob Allen at 165 pounds and Dick
Kopel at 128 pounds were the match
winners for Michigan. Allen threw
Dick Harzah of Northwestern in 38
seconds-fastest contest of the day,
while Kopel won a decision over Art
Nethercott, one of Northwestern's
best men, 6 to 2.
Northwestern took two bouts by
falls and two by decisions. Charles
Weber of Northwestern pinned Mich-
igan's Max Luchart at 121 pounds and
Bill Ivy, Wildcat heavyweight,-threw
Johnny Greene of Michigan in over-
time, after the regulation time had
resulted in a 3 to 3 draw.
Three in a Row ...
121 pounds-Weber, Northwestern,
threw Luickhart, Michigan, 4:42.
128 pounds-Kopel, Michigan, beat
Nethercott, Northwestern, 6 to 2.
136 pounds-Northwestern forfeit-
ed to Michigan.
145 pounds-Northwestern forfeit-
ed to Michigan.
155 pounds - Ivy, Northwestern,
beat Speek, Michigan, 7 to 5.
165 pounds-Allen, Michigan, threw
Hurzah, Northwestern, 38 seconds.
175 pounds-Wojciechowski, North-
western, beat Mack, Michigan, 4 to 3.
Heavyweight - Ivy, Northwestern,
threw Greene, Michigan; 9:23.

Spartan Grapplers Win
22-6 Decision over Bucks
EAST LANSING, Feb. 13.- (p)-
The Michigan State College wrestling
team captured six of eight matches
today to defeat Ohio State, 22 to 6,
for its third dual meet victory of the
season.
The Spartans scored two falls.
Merle Jennings pinned Robert Bates
of Ohio at 128 pounds and Iggy Kon-
rod threw Dave Jones at 136 points.
Burl Jennings, Merle's twin brother,
moved up to the 145-pound division
to replace ailing Bill Maxwell and
won a decision.
Ohio State's only victories were
produced by Keith -Wolf at 155
pounds and Vern Cotterman at 175
pounds.
The score for this meet is identical
with that which the Wolverines
amassed against the Buckeyes three
weeks ago. This adds to the current
evidence of the evenness of the two
Michigan teams. The Spartans won
the first match between the State ri-
vals, 14-12, while the Maize and Blue
matmen squeezed out a 16-14 decision
last week.

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NYU Negro Flash
Upsets Mitchell in
Boston A.A. Meet
BOSTON, Feb. 13.- A- Frank
Dixon, New York University's sensa-
tional Negro freshman. fought off the
supposedly invincible finishing spurt
of Earl Mitchell of Indiana, regarded
as the season's outstanding miler, to
win the Boston A.A. Meet's famous
Hunter Classic tonight by about a
foot in 4:11.4. Gil Dodds, tibe home
favorite, shocked the overflow crowd
of 13,232 by winding up fourth in the
five-man field.
Chunky Greg Rice, now competing
for the New York A.C., was caught in
9:06 flat while winning his fourth
straight Billings two-mile event, and
his 58th consecutive race.
Hugh Short, Georgetown's wiry
middle-distance star, led from start
to finish while defeating Seaman
Charlie Beetham of fhe Iowa Naval
Pre-Flight School, by seven yards in
the Hollis 600-yard run.
Short, who equalled the late John
Borican's indoor record of 1:10.2 for
that distance in last week's Millrose
Meet, and turned back Michigan's
Bob Ufer, was clocked in 1:11.8.
which matchedrthe performance Bee-
tham gave here last year when he
gained his third Hollis triumph.
Fred Sickinger, the Manhattan
sophomore who was the favorite in
fthe sub-par Lapham 1,000-yard field
of eight, turned in a 2:15.7 effort to
out-foot Jim Rafferty of the New
York A.C., by tvo yards.

DAVE MATTHEWS
... track captain who played an
important part in Michigan's fine
showing at the Michigan State re-
lays as he ran in the winning milef
and two-mile relay teams, anchor-
ing the latter to lead the field home
by 70 yards.

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