SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 1946
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Takes C rown Senators Whip Tigers, 9-5
Conlerence Eligibility Committee
Schedules Meeting for March 17
CHICAGO, March 9-The Western
Conference eligibility committee to-
day requested a full meeting of facul-
ty reiresentatives here March 17 to
interpret "reconversion" athletic
legislation adopted by the Conference
Prof. Ralph W. Aigler, of Michi-
gan, committee chairman, empha-
sized that the special meeting will
not consider the University of Chi-
cago's intention to withdraw from
the Big Ten or "possible implications
regarding the future make-up of
To Revise Code
Aigler said his group "encountered
a series of necessary clarifications"
in the revised code which was intend-
ed to bring about a return to pre-war
Next regularly-scheduled meeting
ity to determine whether the confer-
ence will continue as the "Big Nine",
or accept a successor to the maroons.
Athletic Directors Noncommittal
The Conference athletic directors,
withdrawal, stressed that they didI
not believe it was within their pro-
vince "to determine the size or altera-
tion of Conference membership."
Michigan State asserted it would
"be very happy' to receive a member-
ship bid, while Nebraska and Notre
Dame, also listed as Conference pros-
pects, were non-committal. The Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh, mentioned as
a Big Ten possibility ever since Chi-
cago dropped football seven years
ago, made no comment on the
Snead, Byrd Nip Nelson,
McSpadn n_ inMia"Gof
MIAM, Fla., Mar. 9 -UP)- In
one of the greatest semi-final
finishes in the history if the S7 W,5,
International Four-ball Golf Tour-
naments, slammin' Sammy Snead
and Sammy Byrd paired to defeat
the defending champicns, Byron
Nelson anid Harold (Jug)
McS'paden, on the 40th hole thisj
The victory came as both Snead,
of Hot Springs, Va., and Byrd, of
Detroit, shot easy par threes for
the 150-yard hole and Nelson, of
Toledo, 0., and McSpaden, of Siat-
ford, Me., hoth took one over, the
first time the team had gone over
par since the tourney opened.
Bill Courtright, I
Wolverine Captain Pi
Indiana Runner-Up a
By The Associated Press
'. uuj" ORLANDO, Fla., March 9-Making
V ( n S l'III, ti 10 hits count for nine runs with the
aid of three lusty triples, the Wash-
rence at Titles ington Senators' "B' squad opened its
Ten~cc I I_''home" exhibition game -eason heret
today before 3,000 fans by whipping
lns All Four Opponen ; the World Champion D: troit Tigers,
is Purdue Is Dethroiied Triples by rookies Gil Coan and
Eddie Lyons in the first inning, along
with Ray Goolsby's single and two
period. This was Courtright's fourth walks off Les Mueller, brought in
pin of the tourney and may consti- four Washington runs and the Nats
Special to The Daily
CHAMPAIGN, Ill.,1 Mar. 9 -(.P--
Winding up the 1945 -46 season,
Michigan's inexperienced wrestling
team garnered a third place in the
Western Conference Meet tonight at
Eighteen points were enough to
to it, just nosing out Ohio State by
one marker. Illinois finished first in
the meet with 31 points, and close
behind was Indiana, netting 25 points.
Match point-getters for the Wol-
verines were Bill Courtright and
Wayne Smith. Both men are newly
crowned champions, Courtright in
the 155-pound class and neophyte
Smith in the 136-pound division.
Team Captain Courtright won all his
preliminary mateies by falls.
Courtright won the deciding match
from Don Kramer, who wrestled for
the Gophers of Minnesota. KramerI
was pinned at 2:50 of the second
COLLEG TE Bui ASKETBALL
of the faculty representatives, who
must act on Chicago's withdrawal,D
is at Champaign, Ill., May 30 and 31. Okla. A. & M. 45, Creighton 24
This same group also has the author- Drake 52, Tulsa 46
Leonard Scores Wins
In Mile, half-Mile RUns
EAST LANSING, March 9 -UPV--
Notre Dame regained the Central Col-
legiate Conference track and field
title it lost to Drake University last
year by overpowering a 14-team field
in the 19th annual CCC meet at.
Michigan State College tonight.
The Irish outpointed their nearest
rival, Michigan State, by 16 points,
piling up 48 points to the Spartans'
32. Drake University was third with
28 and the rest of the field was way
Although no Conference records
were broken, three double winners
emerged from the meet. They were
Notre Dame's Bill Leonard, Drake's
Dick Young and Western Michigan's
Bill Taylor. Leonard won the mile
in 4:21.1, 50 yards ahead of team-
mate Bill Tully, and came from be-
hind in the last 50 yards of the 880-
yard run to beat out John Hodges
of Drake, in 1:58.2.
Young beat Michigan State's Jim
Fraser to the wire in the 440-yard
run by six feet in :51.6,Band then
came back to beat out Bob Swain
of Marquette in the 300-yard run
after trailing all the way. Taylor
won the high jump with 6 ft. 5 in.,
and nipped Bill Fleming of the Irish
in the low hurdles in :8.8.
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109 S. Division St. Wednesday eve-
ninfi service at 8 p.m. Sunday morn-
ing service at 10:30 a.m. Subject:
"Man." Sunday School at 11:45 a.m.
A special reading room is main-
tained by this church at 706 Wolver-
ine Bldg., Washington at Fourth,
where the Bible, also the Christian
Science textbook, "Science and
Health with Key to the Scriptures"
and other writings by Mary Baker
Eddy may be read, borrowed or pur-
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tute a new Big Ten record.
In his weight division, Smith won
by pinning Hoosier Dick Pukhanny.r
The time of this fail was 4:27. Up to
his entrance into the University.
Smith had no previous collegiate!
wrestling experience. However, while
in the Coast Guard, Smith, who has
always been interested in mat work,
acted as wrestling coach.
Chiames Gets Point
Michigan's other point scorer was
George Chiames. Chiames, extra-
point specialist on the football team, r
took a fourth place in the 165-pound
weight division. This season was the
first time Chiames ever saw acton [
as a wrestler, and considering his
lack of experience, he did very well.
Winner in this class was Illini Dave
Shapiro, pre-tourney favorite. Sha- ]
piro defeated George Gray of Iowa, -
10 to 1.
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Coach Keen was very plea d at
the showing his inexperienced team
made: two first places, both by falls,
it will go to her head!
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ing out of the first turn. From there
on in he increased his lead to almost
20 yards. Marce Gonzales finished"
a foot behind Short and Buster picked
up a point in fifth position. Horace
Coleman finished fourth for Ken Do-
In the 70-yard high hurdles, George
Walker took the first of two individ-
ual titles and five more points for
the victors with :8.9. Elmer Swan-
son finished in the second slot for
four points for the Wolverine cause.
Ilhini Forge Ahead
At this point the final results in
the broad jump and high jump were
announced, which put the Illinois
team more than 10 points ahead of
the Wolverines. The announcement
of Chuck Fonville's (49 ft. 3% in.)
and George Ostroot's (47 ft 11/4 in.)
second and third in the shot put put
the Wolverines seven points closer.
Then came overwhelming victories
for the . defending champions in the
half-mile and two-mile runs. Michi-
;an picked up 11 valuable points in
Lhe two-mile on Ensign Charlie Bird-
sall's 9:44.9 first; Ross Hume's sec-
ond, and Dean Voegtlen's fourth.
Birdsall Comes Through
Birdsall engaged in a brilliant duel
with Illinois' cross-country star Vic
Twomey for the first 13 laps of the
grueling 16-lap grind. Then two men
dropped out and Michigan's Hume
camne into the second position.
In the half-mile it looked for three
laps that Clifford was going to win
two events. But in the final lap, a
great final kick by 'Herb Barten
brought victory and a 1:57.8 time to
Michigan. Archie Parsons finished
third and Michigan took the lead in
point total for the meet.
Walker's second victory with a
:08 in the low hurdles, Swanson tak-
ing third behind Minnesota's Ray
Tharp, placed the Wolverines a mere
two points in the lead. Bob Harris
high-jumped 6 ft. 7/8 in. for a Mich-
Wolverines Still Lead
At this point the results of the pole
vault were announced and left the
Wolverines in the lead by one-sixth
of a point. Dike Eddelman's second
in this event and three men in a six-
man tie for fifth gave the Illini four
and a half points, a point and a half
(12 ft. 8 in.) for third and Warren
Bentz' tie (12 ft. 4 in.) for fifth.
Then came the climax in the form
of the mile relay. Val Johnson and
Coleman kept pace with Buster and
Bob Rehberg of Illinois,"Marce Gon-
zales led Bill Haidler by 10 yards as
he passed the baton to McKenley.
The Illinois anchorman increased the
lead over Michigan's Hugh Short to
about 20 yards and a 3:21.3.
one fourth place, and third place i
the Western Conference standing.
121 Pounds - Rolak (Ind. defeat
ed Kesselring (OSU) 6-0.
128 Pounds - Kachiroubas (Ill.
defeated Macias (Iowa), 10-5.
1:6 Pounds - Smith (M) pinne
Puchanny (Ind.), 4:27.
145 Pounds - George (Ind.) dc
feated Stora (OSU), 9-3.
155 Pounds - Courtright (M
pinned Kramer (Minn.), 2:50.
165 Pounds - Shapiro (Ill.) de
feated Gray (Iowa), 10-1.
175 Pounds - Anthonisen (Ill.) de
feated Rajevich (Purdue), 4-0.
Heavyweight - Bolas (OSU) pin
ned Chitwood (Ind.), 6:45.
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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION
1945-46 LECTURE COURSE
Col. PHILIP LA FOLLETTE
Three times Governor of Wisconsin, recently returned from
the South Pacific where he served on Gen. MacArthur's staff.
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that the program. The Rev. Fredrik
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former Executive Secretary of the
Student Service Commission, will be
Zion Lutheran Church: E. Wash-
ington and S. Fifth Ave. will have
regular Sunday morning worship at
10:30. The Lutheran World Action
Rally will be at 8:00 in the evening.
Trinity Lutheran Church: E. Wil-
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