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Two Wolverine Wrestlers

Chicago Asks
To Withdraw
From Big Ten
Maroons Cite Season
Cage Mark as Reason
By The Associated Press
CHICAGO, March 8-The Univer-
sity of Chicago, a charter member and
once a dominating power under
Alonzo Amos Stagg, today withdrew
from the 50-year-old Big Ten Confer-
ence because of athletic impotency.
Long expected, the withdrawal of
the faded Maroons, whose halycon
past held seven undisputed Confer-
ence football championships, equalled
only by Minnesota's modern Gophers,
paved the way for a possible new
Final Action in May
The withdrawal was announced at
a meeting of Conference Athletic Di-
rectors by T. Nelson Metcalf, Chi-
cago Athletic Director, but final ac-
tion on the move awaits the spring
meeting of the Conference faculty
representatives at Champaign, Ill.,
May 30-31. The Maroons will com-
pete until the end of the school year.
At that time, also, formal delibera-
tions are expected on possible re-
placement of the Maroons. The Ath-
letic Directors shied away from the
subject after expressing "deep and
sincere" regrets at Chicago's depar-
Other Prospects Named
Named frequently as Conference
prospects ever since Maroon athletics
hit the skids after Stagg's departure
in 1933, were such schools at Pitts-
burgh, Nebraska, Michigan State,
M~arquette, Notre Dame, and Iowa
Metcalf said Chicago was "forced
to a decision" in its withdrawal by
the recent Conference basketball sea-
son in which the Maroons ran up
their 60th straight defeat.
The Maroons, he explained, would
continue intercollegiate competition
in all sports except football which
was formally dropped in 1939.

Wolverine Track Title Is
Threatened by Illini Thinclads
Illinii Qualifies 15 Men to Michigan's Nine
Badgers' LaBeach Sets Record in Broad Jump

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1 allytarly Qualify in Big Ten Meet

In Ice Win
Renfrew Is 'M' Star;

Wayne Smith, Courtright Enter Semni-Fitials;
Stark, Kopcl Sutffer Upsets in Early Matches

(Continued from Page 1)
of the three heats. Archie Parsons
running in Thomason's htat also
qualified. Herb Barten and Chuck
Low are the other two Michigan qual-
ifiers in the run.
The Illini placed two contenders in
the finals, however, with Herb Mc-
Kenley and Bob Rehberg. Other en-
trants will be Purdue's Ashley Hawk
and Don Weber.
Wolverines Fail To Place
Illinois qualified three men for the
finals of the 60 yard dash while the
Wolverines filed to place. Bill Mathis,
Bill Buster, and Jack Pierce of the
Champaign squad all won their heats.
LaBeach of Wisconsin copped the
honors in the fourth heat.
"Dike" Eddleman and Gene Trau-
del gave the Illini more potential
point-winners in the broad jump,
with jumps closely approaching Le-
Beach's. As in the 60 yard dash, the
Maize and Blue failed to qualify any-
one in the finals.
Short,Coleman Qualify
Michigan placed four men in the
semi-final heats of the 440 yard pre-
liminaries, but in the finals, only,
Hugh Short and Horace Coleman'
made the grade for the Wolverines.
McKenley, Hugh Gonzalez, and Bill
Buster came through for Illinois. Bill
Covery of Minnesota was the sixth
George Walker, Dan Shuman, and
John Moake gave Illinois another
three to two edge in the high hurdles.
Elmer Swanson and Neil MacIntyre
earned the right to run for the Wol-;
verines in tomorrow's finals. Wis-
consin and Minnesota each placed
two men in the event.
Swanson, Michigan's Captain and
former conference champ, was the
only Maize and Blue qualifier in the
70 yard low hurdles. Shuman also
will run in the finals of this event for
the Orange and Blue.
60-yard dash: (To compete in
semi-finals tomorrow night)-Pierce,
Buster and Mathis, Illinois; La-
Beach and Kailas, Wiscor in; Finney
and Washington, Iowa; Wallace,
Minnesota; Franke and Kelso, Chi-
cago; Baynard, Ohio State; Dunn,

Purdue. Best time: :06.3 by Piercej
and LaBeach.
70-yard high hurdles: (To compete
in semi-finals tomorrow night)-
Walker, Shuman and Moake, Illinois;
Swanson and Maclntyre, Michigan;
Cranston and Jones, Wisconsin;
Tharp and Mickelson, Minnesota;
Smith, Indiana; Gutting, Purdue;
and Seibert, Ohio State. Best time:
:08.9 by Cranston.
880-yard run: (To compete in fin-
als)-Barten, Thomason, Low, and
Parsons, all of Michigan; Rehberg
and McKenley, Illinois; Hawk and
Weber, Purdue, and Clifford, Ohio
State. Best time: 1:58.3 by Clifford.
Broad Jump: (Six to compete in
finals)-LaBeach, Wisconsin, 23 feet,
11 3 4 inches (New Conference rec-
ord, breaks record of 23 feet, 9%
inches set by Farmer of Iowa in
1942); Eddleman, Illinois (22 feet, 412
inches) ; Traudel, Illinois (22 feet,
3 3, 4 inches); Tharp, Minnesota (22
feet, 3 168 inches); Skurka, Purdue
(22 feet, % inch); White, Ohio State,
(21 feet, 9 % inches).
440-yard run:-(Semi finals six
qualified)--First heat: Won by Short,
Michigan; second, Gonzalez, Illinois;
third, Covey, Minnesota. Time: :50.7;
Second heat: Won by McKenley, Illi-
nois; Second, Buster, Illinois; Third,
Coleman, Michigan. Time :50.5.


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C lash Again Tonight ('mnti11lne I from pound bracket. Yesterday's winners
will compete today in the following
(Continued from Page 1) weight division aic Puchanny twosomes. Pete Johnson of Iowa wil
- - --from Indiana, and George Eastlng, td
wrestling for Minnesota. me ieRjeiho ude n
shall then rammed home a marker Stark Defeated Mie from o will
Renfrew then grabbed a loose puck Qualifying in the 121 pound class counter Indiana's Sol Gononka.
and went in on Waite alone to score were Illini Jack Pomaran who will The heavyweight matches which
at 12:57. From the face-off he went battle Mike Rolak, Indiana's en- are scheduled for today will bring to-
in again to tally at 13:04 and run the trant. Also wrestling are Joe Kes- gether Frank Gunkel of Purdue and
count to eight. selring coming from Ohio State and Buckeye George Bolas, last year's
Gravier finally counted for Tech, John Quinlan of Iowa. Quinlan de- conference champ. Bolas won over
but goals by Chet Kuznier and Connie feated Michigan's Jim Stark, 9 to 5. Wolverine Dan Dworsky, in a, close
Hill quickly nullified this. Dick Star- At 128 pounds, Pat Palmer of Chi- match. Al Chitwood of Indiana will
rak assisted on both. John Mihelcich cago will go against favorite Romeo be paired with undefeated Bill Ben-
scored for the visitors late in the Macias who hails from Iowa. Bill nett of Wisconsin.
final minutes and Gravier ended the Cook of Purdue will meet George
scoring a minute later. Kachiroucas in the other match this
Michigan switched defensemen to afternoon. Cook won over Wolverine Nebraska Silent
forwards and forwards to the defense Dick Kopel. 10 to 6. LINCOLN, Nebr., March 8- (P) -
in the latter half of the third period Smith in Finals l University of Nebraska athletic of-
after piling up the large margin. Jack At 145 pounds, Art Petri, wresting ficials were unanimously agreed today
MacDonald, playing his fourth game for Illinois, won from Maize and Blue that the Cornhuskers are "very hap-
for the Wolverines, turned in an ex- entrant Maurice Smith, 7 to 1. Petri py" in their present relations with
ceptional performance in the nets. will encounter Bob George of Indiana. the Big Six Conference, but indicat-
Also matched are Jim Stora, wearing ed an invitation to join the Big Ten
MICHIGAN MICHIGAN TECH the Scarlet and Gray of Ohio State. would receive respectful considera-
vr. rilnnall G. Waite nni and nrthwestern's Svd Mathe.Lin.
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Activities at the Sports Building,
continued over the between-semesters
vacation for the benefit of students
who remained on campus, will offer a
well-rounded recreational and com-
petitive program to all University
men again this semester.
Tournaments are being organized
in squash, bowling, boxing, fencing,
gymnastics, paddleball, rifle-shoot-
ing and handball, both singles and
doubles. Entries for the tournaments
can now be turned in to the Intr6i-
mural Department. Competition will
get under way in the near future.
All men interested in getting pre-
pared for the approaching spring
weather 'can warm up on their tennis
game or iron out the wrinkles in their
golf driving any week day. The in-
door tennis courts are available for
8 p.m. to 2 p.m. and from 6 p.m. to 7
p.m. while the golf driving nets can
be used at any hour.
Instruction is still being offered in
fencing, gymnastics, weight-lifting,
swimming and boxing from 7:30 p.m.
to 10 p.m. every Monday, Wednesday
and Thursday. Although league com-
petition in basketball has been com-
pleted except among the professional
fraternities, any teams which desire
to play games should advise the In-
tramural Department and contests
will be scheduled.

(Continued from Page 1)
stroke event for the first time this
season and wound up the only Michi-
gan qualifier in the race.
Kessler, Sohl Miss Out
Mann's other breast strokers, de-
fending champion Heini Kessler and
Bob Sohl failed to make the grade.
Jim' Counsilman showed the way
for the Buckeyes in the 200-yard
breast stroke event with a slow 2:30.
The Buckeye captain was one of three
Ohioansto qualify in the event.
A close battle in them 50- and 100-.
yard freestyle races loomed for to-
morrow night's finals. Haulenbeek
paced the trials by winning against
such speedsters as Halo Hirose of
Ohio, Dick Weinberg of Michigan and
Kenny Marsh in the 50 and Hirose,
Charles Fries of Michigan and Wein-
berg in the 100 will probably take a
lot better efforts than his respective
best times of :23.4 and :52.5.
Weinberg, Mann Pace Michigan
Weinberg and Matt Mann, II, led
the Wolverines, each qualifying in
two events. Weinberg scored in the
50 and 100 freestyle races while
Mann entered the finals field in his
specialties, the 220- and 440-yard
freestyle marathons.
As expected Michigan failed to
qualify a single man in the 150-yard
backstroke. Tommy Maine of Iowa
topped the backstroke field with Ohio
State gaining a pair of qualifiers in
Dick Fetterman and Dick Reusche.
Maine is the favorite to beat the
Buckeye duo in the finals.
Michigan and Ohio State will
probably battle it out for the relay
finals tomorrow n i g h t although
Northwestern led the field home in
the 300-yard medley relay and Min-
nesota had the best time for the
400-yard freestyle relay.
Times Very Slow
For the qualifying trials tonight
there was only one good time as most
of the favorites were content to take
it easy and save their strength for
the finals tomorrow night. Hill's
effort in the 440-yard freestyle was
the lone near-record effort.
It is doubtful whether the Buck-
eye can duplicate his performance
again tomorrow night since he will
also be swimming in the 220-yard
freestyle race. The 220 was not run
off tonight since a field of only five
men were entered and all were auto-
matically qualified for the finals.
300-yard medley relay-Northwest-
ern (3:01.5); Chio State and Michi-
gan (3:02.7); Minnesota (3:06.3);

macllonad Yiik
Cossalter LD Messinger
Hill RD Noblet
MacMillan C Ruh
Renfrew LW Ruelle
Jacobson RW Maki
1st period-Michigan-Grant (Ga-
cek) 12:45; Jacobson (Marshall)
16:45; MacMillan (Jacobson, Ren-
frew) 17:34; Starrak (Steadman,
Kuznier) 17:46; Penalty Michigan-
2nd Period - Michigan -- Grant
(Gacek) 00:40; Marshall (Celley)
8:50; Renfrew (unassisted) 12:57;
Renfrew (MacMillan, Jacobson)
13:04; Kuznier (Starrak, 16:57; Hill
(Starrak) 17:30; Michigan Tech-
Gravier (Messinger) 16:02.
Penalty-Michigan-Cossalter; Hill
..3rd period-Michigan-Celley (un-
assisted) 14:29; Michigan Tech-Mi-
helcich (Gregorich) 17:35; Gravier
(Gregorich) 18:57; Penalty-Michi-
gan-Cossalter; Tech-Gravier. ...
Purdue (3:07.7); Iowa (3:08).
50-yard dash--Haulenbeek, Illinois
(:23.4); Hirose, Ohio State (:23.5);
Marsh, Iowa (:23.8); Hobart, Ohio
State (:23.8); Weinberg, Michigan
(:23.9); Tittle, Michigan (:24).
220-yard free style-Only 5 men
entered. , Automatically qualify for
finals-Adell, Ohio State; Grimm,
Ohio State; Hennigan, Purdue; Hill,
Ohio State; Mann, Michigan.
100-yard free style-Haulenbeck,
Illinois (:52.5); Hirose, Ohio State
(:53.3); Hobart, Ohio State (:53.5);
Fries, Michigan (:53.6); Weinberg,
Michigan (:53.9); Marsh, Iowa
150-yard backstroke-Maine, Iowa
(1:39.6); Fetterman, Ohio State
(1:39.8); Tannehill, Northwestern
(1:40.3) Ahlman, Minnesota (1:42.4);
Robertson, Northwestern (1:45.3);
Reusche, Ohio State (1:45.4).
200-yard breaststroke .- Council-
man, Ohio State (2:30) ; Trumble,
Ohio State (2:31.3); Craig, North-
western (2:32) ; Matters, Michigan
(2:35); Haulenbeek, Illinois (2:36.1);
Schauer, Ohio State (2:37).
440-yard freestyle - Hill, Ohio
State (4:47.1); Hennigan, Purdue
((5:01.2); Mann, Michigan (5:02.9);
Grimm, Ohio State (5:08A); Adell,
Ohio State (5:09.5); Adam! , Michi-
gan (5:16.7).
400-yard free style relay-Minne-
sota (3:44); Ohio State (3:44;
Michigan (3.46.4); Purdue (3:48.7);
Northwestern (3:49.3); Iowa (3:49.9).
Diving - Miller Anderson, Ohio
State 244 points; second, Ted Chris-
takos, Ohio State, 234 3/10 points;
third, Gil Evans, Michigan, 218 2/10
points; fourth, Alex Canja, Michigan,
214 7/10 points; fifth, Major Willis,
Purdue, 203 5/10 points; sixth, Ralph
Trimborn, Michigan 196 4/10 points.
I Give to the Red Cross

H. Ivy, grappling for Northwestern
as does his brother, will meet unde-
feated Dave Shapiro today in the 165
pound weight class. Norm Gray of
Iowa, who beat Michigan's George
Chaimes, 9 to 6, will wrestle Dick
Barber, Wisconsin's entry.
Favorites Win
Pre-tournament favorites all came
through with victories in the 175
Nlelson, ]McSpadenj
Lead Miami Goli
MIAMI, Fla., March 8-Byron Nel-
son "found" his golf game today and
with partner Harold (Jug) McSpaden
the favored duo entered the semi-
finals of Miami's $7,500 International
four-ball tournament. Tfhey turned
back Lawson Little and Lloyd Man-
grum, 4 and 3.
The "Little Atom," Benny Hogan
of Hershey, Pa., turned in a sparklitg
afternoon round as hie and ,Jimmy
Demaret, of Houston, Texas, out-
stroked the "dark horse" team of
Chandler Harper, Portsmouth, Va.,
and Herman Kaiser, Akron, Ohio,
4 and 3.

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