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Kelley of illini Beats Ufer in
440 with Last-Minute Spurt
Matter Scores 21 Points for Ilini by Taking
Titles in Three Events; Matthews Wins Mile
Tough One To Lose
CHAMPAIGN, Ill1, May 1.-(P)-
In a preview of the Western Confer-
ence championships two weeks hence,
the Illinois track team gained a nar-
row 62 to 60 victory over Michigan
today, ending a Wolverine string of
12 dual meet victories over' the Illini
The 21-point performance of Herb
Matter largely enabled the Illini to
win, but Bob Kelley, quarter-miler,
produced a major upset .by outstep-
ping Bob Ufer, Michigan's ace run-
xier, in the 440. Kelley put on a tre-
bnendous spurt to win by five yards
4fter trailing most of the distance.
'The time was 48.9 seconds.
Matter gathered his top individual
point total by winning three events.
the 220-yard dash and low hurdles
and broad jump, and tying for first
in the high jump. He also tied for
second in the pole vault.,
Iini Win Seven Events
This performance enabled the Il-
lint to take seven of the 14 events
while sharing another. Illinois and
Michigan are expected to fight it out
alone for the Conference title.
The only new meet record went to
Michigan mile relay team that
shaved off a tenth of a second in a
Big Ten Baseball
Iowa 18-18, Chicago 2-2.
Illinois 13', Ohio State 0.
Wisconsin 7-5, Northwestern 0-4.
3:19.5 clocking. The old record was
set by the Wolverines in 1938. Cap-
tain Dave Matthews, Bob Matney,
Willy Glass, and Ufer composed the
foursome beating the Illini.
Matthews won the mile in the good
time of 4:19.4 in front of Seib of
Tllinois and Ross Hume of the Michi-
gan Humes. Len Alkon took the 100-
yard dash in 10.2 nosing out Beker-
meier of Illinois with a 15.5-second
clocking. Liv Stroia of the Maize and
Blue was third. In the 220 Alkon
placed second behind Matter, who
was timed in 22.3. Don Sternisha,
Wolverine freshman took third place,
the position he also earned in the
Half-Mile Goes to Illinois
The half-mile furnished a surpris-
ing result, when Michigan, pre-meet
favorite had to be content with a
third place behind Belle and Good-
ell of the Champaignites. The Wol-
verine was Johnny Roxborough and
Beiles' Time was 1:55.4.
The other Michigan triumphs
came in the pole vault, where Bob
Segula upset Matter at 12 feet 6
inches, and in the shot put, in which
frosh George Kreager came through
with a heave of 44 feet 11%/4 inches to
win over Illini Mails. Another Michi-
gan freshman, Bob Gardner, tied for
first with Matter in the high jump at
6 feet / inches.
Mile Run-Won by Matthews,
Mich.; second, Seib, Illinois; third,
Ross Hume, Mich. Time 4:19.4.
440-Yard Run-Won by Kelley, Il-
linois; second, Ufer, Mich.; third,
Glas, Mich. Time :48.9.
100-Yard Dash-Won by Alkon,
Mich.; second, Bekermeier, Illinois;
third, Sternisha, Mich. Time :10.2.
120-Yard High Hurdles-Won by
Byerly, Mich.; second, Bekermeier,
Illinois; third, Stroia, Mich. Time
880-Yard Run-Won by Beile, Illi-
nois; second, Goodell, Illinois; third,
Roxborough, Mich. Time 1:55.4.
220-Yard Dash--Won by Matter,
Illinois; second, Alkon, Mich; third,
Sternisha, Mich. Time :22.3.
Two-Mile Run-Won by Dunn, Il-
linois; second, Leonardi, Mich.; third,
Bob Hume, Mich. Time 9:36.8.
220-Yard Low Hurdles-Won by
Matter, Illinois; second, Bekermeier,
Illinois; third, Sears, Mich. Time
Pole Vault-Won by Segula, Mich.;
tied for second and third, Matter,
Illinois, and Phelps, Illinois. Height
12 ft. 6 in.
High Jump-Tied for first, Matter,
Illinois, and Gardner, Mich.; third,
Stroia, Mich. Height 6 ft. % in.
Shot Put-Won by Kraeger, Mich.;
second. Mail, Illinois: third. Gardner,
Mich. Distance 44 ft. 111 in.
biscus-Won by Fullerton, Illinois;
second, Gardner, Mich.; third, Krae-
ger, Mich. Distance 127 ft. 6 in.
Broad Jump-Won by Matter, Illi-
nois; second, Pinney, Mich.; third,
Meek, Illinois. Distance 23 ft. 11 in.
Mile Relay - Won by Michigan
(Matthews, Matney, Glas, Ufer);
Illinois second. Time 3:19.5.
Wildcats Triumph in
Close Gontest, 11 -9
EVANSTON, Ill., May 1.-(A)-The
University of Michigan's golf team,
1942 Big Ten champion, dropped a
close 111/2 to 9 decision to North-
western here today.
Captain Ben Smith, No. 1 Wol-
verine singles and doubles man, de-
feated Northwestern's Captain, John
Stoltz, 3 to 0 in the top singles
match. Then Smith, low man with
a one over par 73, teamed with Bob
Fife to down Northwestern's No. 1
doubles team of Stoltz and William-
son, 21/2 to 1/2.
Phil Marcellus of the Wolverines
beat Duers of the Wildcats, 2-1, for
the only other Michigan win. How-
ever, Bill Ludolph tied his Purple
opponent, Abrahams, 11/-112.
Fife lost his singles match to Stew-
art of Northwestern, 3-0. The re-
maining individual tilt was won by
Lutter of the Wildcats over "Bonny"
The number two doubles contest
didn't bring anything to the Michi-
ga cause, for Abrahams and Stewart
took the measure of Ludolph and
Bonisteel to the tune of 3-0.
New York ........
Cincinnati ..... 5
Boston ...... 3
St. Louis .... 4
Philadelphia ... 1
Major League Standings I
Detroit 3, Cleveland 2 (15 innings)
New York 9, Wash. 7, (11 innings)
Chicago 5, St. Louis 4
Boston 3, Philadelphia 1
Brooklyn 9-3, New York 2-0
Chincinnati 7, St. Louis 3
Pittsurgh 6, Chicago 3
Boston at Philadelphia, postponed
Another Tough One
SINGLES-Smith, Michigan, de-
feated Stoltz, Northwestern, 3 to 0;
Ludolph, Michigan and Abrahams,
Northwestern, tied, 1 to 1 ; Stew-
art, Northwestern, bea~t Fife, Michi-
gan, 3 to 0; Marcellus, Michigan, beat
Duers, Northwestern, 2 to 1; Lutter,
Northwestern, beat Bonisteel, Michi-
gan 2Y2to .
DOUBLES-Smith and Fife, Mich-
igan, beat Stoltz and Williamson,
Northwestern, 21/2 to ; Abrahams
and Stewart, Northwestern, beat Lu-
dolph and Bonisteel, Michigan, 3 to 0.
Michigan State 9, Detroit 3.
Notre Dame 4, Western Mich. 2.
Wisconsin 6, Chicago 3.
Northwestern 5, Minnesota 4.
Wisconsin 11 /;Lawrence 31/2.
Indiana 431/3; Minnesota. 371/3;
Wisconsin 32; Chicago 28; - North-
western 15.:5/6; Purdue :7 /.
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