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THlE MICHiGAN fATL

Ohio State Cagers Defeat Michigan in Last Minute,

46-4

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Gophers Sink Michigan

Ufer Smashes,
Varsity Record
For Half-Mile
By ED ZALENSKI
"Bullet" Bob Ufer smashed all ex-
isiting Varsity records in the half-mile
yesterday afternoon at Yost Field
House when he blazed across the fin-
ish line in the sensational time of
1:53.9.
It was the fastest 880-yard per-
formance ever turned in by a Michi-
gan athlete and erases the mark of
1:55.1 made in 1935 by Abe Rosen-
krantz of Michigan Normal, and the

Maize and Blue 0
Fightina FinishI
COLUMBUS, O., Feb. 20.-OP)-
Dick Shrider, substitute Ohio State
forward, gscored five points in thg
last minute of play tonight to give;
the Bucks a 46-44 victory over Mich-
igan in a Western Conference basket- I
ball game...
The contest, between two teams
hopelessly out of the title chase, was
one of the season's thrillers. The score
was tied 11 times, and changed hands
23 times. The Bucks were out front

Quintet Loses in Dodds Wins Mi]
to Bucks 46-44 NEW YORK, Feb. 20.-(IP)-Gil
Dodds, Boston Divinity, student, look-
-red like the Gil Dodds of 1942 tonight
About 1,200 fans witnessed the con- as he chalked up his first victory of
test, and the teams will meet here the indoor track season with a 4:08.8
again Monday night. The victory performance in the Baxter mile at
was Ohio's third in eight Western the New York A.C. games in Madi-I
Conference starts, -and the defeat son Square Garden.
was Michigan's seventh in nine league Beaten in the Millrose Games by
attempts. Indiana's Earl Mitchell and in the

le Run in 4:08.8
Boston A.A. meet by New York Uni-
versity's Frank Dixon, the bespec-
tacled theologian took the lead early
in the race and poured it on to the
end to beat Dartmouth's Don Burn-
ham. Dixbn was third and fourth
went to Jim Rafferty of the, New
York A.C. Mitchell, fading before
the terrific pace, dropped far back
and was last iA the field of five.

on 10 'occasions, including
important finish, while the
ines set the pace 13 times.

the all-
Wolver-

Michigan's greatest edge was four
points, whilethe Bucks were out front
by five at one spot in the final ses-
sion. For the most part the two
squads just trades, baskets.
Michigan Leads at Half
The Bucks, behind 21-23 at the
half, scored 14 points in the next
10 minutes while the Volves were
getting seven, Ohio going ahead 35
to 30. Then Michigan spurted, and
tied the count at 35. The invaders
with two minutes to go were ahead
42 to 41, and at that point Shrider
made his bid.
The lithe lad hooked one from un-
der the basket to put Ohio ahead
43-42, only to see the edge fade as-
big Jim Mandler, the Michigan cen-
ter, connected from far out on the
floor. A point behind and with just
a mite over a minute to go, Shrider
broke for the basket, and was fouled
by Dave Strack, the misplay putting
the Wolverine forward out of the
game. Shrider made good on the
free throw to knot the count at 44,
and then, with only six seconds re-
maining, dribbled in from the side
to sink the "clincher."
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Shrider Shares Scoring Honors
Shrider, although in the game only
18 minutes, scored 15 points to share
tthe game's scoring honors with
Mandler. Lou Trabitz, another Buck
substitute forward, scored 12 points,
giving the Ohio second-string for-
wards 27 points while the two regu-
lars had a total of three.
The Wolverines outscored Ohio
from the field, 20 goals to 18, but
Ohio missed only two of 12 free
throws while Michigan collected on
only four of seven.
Tough To Lose

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BOB UFER
. ..senior Wolverine track star
who broke the Varsity record for
the half-mile yesterday with a
time of 1:53.9.
record of 1:55.3 established by Dye
Hogan of Michigan in 1939.
The bespectacled senior led the rec-
ord-breaking field home by more than
five yards. Captain Dave Matthews
also broke both existing records with
a time of 1:54.6, and sophomore
Johnny Roxborough snapped Hogan's
mark and tied Rosenkrantz's time of
1:55.1.
Ufer Trails Most of Race
Ufer trailed Matthews until the
back stretch of the second lap and
then bulleted by Matthews who held
second place ahead of Roxborough.
Bill Wheatley took fourth and Hal
Carpenter of Normal was fifth.
Wheatley's time was 2:00.2.
Buoyed up by the great running of
their three teammates, Ross Hume
and John Ingersoll ran a special
three-qtarter mile race with the for-
mer winning in 3:08.1, Ingersoll being
timed in 3:08.5. Ralph Schwarzkopf
hold the Varsity record, around 3:03.
The best previous time turned in this
season was 3:12.7.
Ernie Leonardi, rounding into form
after a siege of illness, triumphed in
the two-mile in 9:44.8 with Bob Hume
second in 9:45. Leonardi's last timed
two-mile race at the Field House was
9:56, a definite indication that he
will be a threat in the Conference
March 5-6.
A special 440-yard dash'' between
Jim Sears and Willie Clas ended in a
dead heat in :51.4 The. winning time
earlier in the afternoon was :51.8.

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