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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SU Thinclads Down

Wolverines, 62-52 in Final Indoor l

Traek Meets
Rescheduled
Thinelads To Miss
Annual Penn Relays
Coach Ken Doherty revealed a
re-shuffling of the balance of the
indoor track schedule yesterday
VWiich cancels any Michigan ap-
pearance at the outdoor Penn Re-
lays this year.
Re-scheduled for March 22 is a
trip to the annual Purdue Relays
at Lafayette, while a limited num-
ber of thinclads will be entered in
the Chicago Relays the following
week-end. In addition, on March
15, one week after the Indoor
Conference, the entire team will
go to Chicago for the Illinois Tech
Relays.
Thinclads Head West
Following the Purdue carnival,
Coach Doherty will immediately
begin preparing the squad for the
outdoor dual clash with the Uni-
versity of California at Berkeley,
April 12. The customary week lay-
off between indoor and outdoor
season will not be taken until after
the meet with the Golden Bears.
In view of this schedule the men
will not be in shape when Penn
Relay week-end rolls around April
26.
"Actually," Doherty declared
yesterday," the chances are that
this year we would have gone to
the Drake Relays in any case. This
follows a policy of splitting Michi-
gan appearances between the two
meets." The Drake Relays in Des
Moines, Iowa, held April 26, also.
Purdue Meet To Be Held
Any possibility that the Purdue
Relays would be cancelled because
of the recent bleacher tragedy in
the Boilermaker Field House was
abolished yesterday when the
Wolverines received a telegram
from Purdue officials stating def-
initely that the meet would be held
as usual.

YOUi CALL 'EM:
Aspiring vets Learn Umping
Under GI Bill in Florida Sun
COCOA, Fla., March 1-(R})-The umpire shortage, sharpened by
the muhrooming growth of over 50 minor leagues, is fading daily with
Uncle Sam's help as 196 students receive "ball and strike" tutoring
from professor Bill McGowan.
Umpiring as a profession received a tremendous impetus when
MG wan's college was approved by the Veteran's Administration
under the GI Bill of Rights. Any former serviceman with serious
ambitions toward becoming a "man in blue" can receive govern-
ment aid to cover an $85 tuition fee and sustenance. It is part of
the job training program.
Of the 91 men who attended the '

B 7restlers
Tie Spartans
Johnson, Grimes Win j
Impressive Victories

Four Records Tumble as Duff Pac
Buckeye Trackmen To Seven First

first class and the additional 105
students at the second session,
fully 95 per cent are ex-GI's. For
the most part they are amateur
athletes, unable to make the grade
as players, who wish to remain in
the game.
Not all of the boys will get
jobs but McGowan estimates
he can place at least 75 per
cent. League presidents who
have scouted. the school and
signed students are Wayne Al-
len of the Florida International,
and W. T. } Anderson of the
Georgia-Florida. George Mac-
Donald is in town now, looking
over the crop for the Eastern .
and Canadian American
Leaguees.
McGowan, the senior umpire of
the Majors who starts his 23rd
year in the American League April
15, has a 10-man faculty which
conducts seven-hour daily class-
es in such subjects as "stance"
"balks", "interference plays" and
"handling situations."
The "handling situations"
professor is Al Somers of .the
Pacific Coast League who has
yet to deal with any "situations"
created by a Leo Durocher.
"Don't carry a chip on your
shoulder" is the standard ad-
vice and the umps are warned
against becoming "rabbit ear-
ed" or paying too much atten-
tion to criticism from the play-
ers bench.
McGowan's treatment for a
Durocher type outburst is' given
in a 42-page booklet that the stu-

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dents study nightly for home
work.
"If a manager or player has a
legitimate protest, listen to the
complaint for a brief period," the
student is told, "Tell him you call-
ed the play as you saw it and then
walk away. When they follow
you, you might repeat that it was
your judgment. Walk away with
a warning finger. If they con-
tinue protesting, go through with
your threat. Get somebody out of
there."
The boys have their fun while
they can. It's the only park in
the country where an umpire
gets more a pplause than the
ball players. Each time a stu-
dent finishes a half inning of
a tryout camp game he gets a.
big hand from the other blue-
clad umps who watch from the
grand stand.
Occasionally they ride their
brother-students with such gibes
as "robber," "where's your seeing-
eye dog" and "homer."
Although the students usually
are the only spectators, McGowan
has taken all precautions. There
are no pop bottles in the park,
all soft stuff is sold in paper cups.
Armed Fifth
in Santa Anita
15-1 Shot Triumps
In $100,000 Upset
ARCADIA, Calif., March 1 -()P)
-The mighty Armed fell off Turf-
dom's throne today as Olhaverry,
an 8-year-old grey charger from
Chile, scored a smashing upset
victory in the $100,000 Santa An-
ita Handicap before a roaring
crowd of 85,500.
Astounding the fans who had
installed the long-tailed champion
from the Blue Grass as an even
money favorite, Ohaverry, vir-
tually overlooked as a 15-to-one
shot, came up from behind in the
stretch and crossed the line a
length and a quarter in front of
Stitch Again, with Pere Time third
in a photo finish for the spot with
See-Tee-See.
Armed, rounding out the com-
plete upset, finished fifth, out of
the money, in his bid for the $100,-
000, his third major stake in as
many weeks, and a place as the
No. 2 all-time of the turf.
With a record sum for the race
of $1,044,331 riding on the out-
come, the field of 22 got off to a
good start, with Armed laying
off the early pace grabbed quickly
by Artillery. Jockey Doug Dodson
kept him back until the far turn,
and then moved up to second.
The gold-winning g e l d i n g
seemed about to take charge as
they turned into the stretch, but
he failed to put on the power and
dropped back before the on-com-
ing Chilean charger, Stitch Again,
Pere Time and See-Tee-See, the
latter a pair of California-bred
horses.
BIG TEN CAGE SCORES
Indiana 48, Ili. 41
Minn. 58, Wis. 55
Iowa 51, Purdue 48

After bowing out to MSC last
Friday, Michigan's B team wres-
tlers scored a tie against the Spar-
tan yearling aggregation yester-
day afternoon in a return bout at
the Field House.
The Wolverines won three deci-
sions in the six bout contest, but
were forced to forfeit the heavy-
weight match due to the fact that
there are no eligible Michigan re-
serves in that weight division.
MSC's three decisions plus a de-
fault in the 128-pound brackett
made the tie.
Johnson Scores Shutout
Bob Johnson, Michigan 128
pounder turned in the most im-
pressive performance of the after-
noon as he overwhelmed Jack Han-
cock, MSC bantamweight, 6-0 in
an exhibition match. Coach
"Butch" Jordan commented that
Johnson's performance was his
best to date.
In the 135 pound class, Wol-
verine Ed Grimes defeated Gor-
don Cole 4-3.'Grimes led the op-
ponent most of the way and
seemed to be fully recuperated
from an injury sustained earlier
this season.
Carlson Wins Decision
Phil Carlson defeated MSC's
Bill Mowery 6-4 in the 145 pound
bout. Mowery was no match for
the Wolverine grappler who has
seen considerable varsity experi-
ence during the current campaign.
West Tebeau lost a tightly con-
tested decision to Jerry Breutar of
MSC, 4-1. Tebeau scored an 8-6
victory over his opponent in the
Wisconsin meet last Saturday.
In the 121 pound clash, Michi-
gan's Byron Dean decisioned Don
Rippberger 5-4. Dean, a newcomer
to the squad has made several var-
sity appearances this season. Spar-
tan Pat Sullivan won a 9-2 deci-
sion over Bill Varga in the 155-
pound match.
Heavyweight Stage Exhibition
Michigan State's light-heavy-
weight John Dowell decisioned Bob
Allen 5-3 to maintain quite an im-
pressive winning streak.
The meet closed with two heavy-
weight exhibition matches in
which Don Goldman, of MSC, de-
feated Dave Gomberg and Spartan
Bob Schardly downed Wolverine
Den Verrage.
Cullenbine Reports
To Detroit Camp
LAKELAND, Fla., March 1--(P)
-The Detroit Tigers' last major
holdout worry melted away in an
all-day Florida rain today as Ray
Cullenbine, versatile handy-andy
of the Bengals, came to terms for
a salary estimated at about $20,000
for 1947.
Cullenbine, 32-year-old switch-
hitter who batted .335 for the Ti-
gers a year ago, is scheduled to
move in from right field to take
the first base assignment vacated
by Hank Greenberg, when the big
slugger was sold to Pittsburgh last
January.
Cullenbine, who came to Lake-
land equipped with both outfield
and infield gear, declared "He'd
play anywhere Manager Steve
O'Neill wants me." He filled in oc-
casionally for Greenberg at first
last season and handled the job in
completely adequate fashion. Oth-
erwise he was an outfielder-De-
troit's regular right fielder-and
the club's leading hitter.

CHUCK BIRDSALL . . Michi-
gan distance star who paced
the Wolverines to two firsts
against O.S.U. in the mile and
two-mile events last night.

Duff & Co. Report'
One-mile run - Won by
Charles Birdsall (M); second,
H e r b Barten (M); third,
Charles Low (M). Time: 4:26.
60-yard dash - Won by
James Foster (OSU); second,
James Morrish, (M); third,
Russ Gassoway (OSU). Time:
6.4.
440-yard run - Won by
Harry Cogswell, (OSU); sec-
ond, Robert Little (OSU);
third,. Dick . Forrestel . (M).
Time: 50.9.
65-yard high hurdles - Won
by Lloyd Duff (OSU); second,
Richard Maxwell (OSU);
third, William Seibert, (OSU).
Time: 8.2.
Two-mile, run - Won by
Charles Birdsall and Roger
Kessler, (M) (dead heat);
third, Frank D'Arcy (OSU).
Time: 9:44.1.
Shot Put - Won by Charles
Fonville, (M), 53 ft. 8, in.;
second, Emil Moldea (OSU)
48 ft. 4 in.; third, Peter Den-
drinos (M)) 47 ft. 91 in. (New
Yost Field House and meet rec-
ord.)
880-yard run - Won by Mal
Whitefield (OSU); second, Don
Queller (M) ; third, Joseph
Hayden (M). Time: 1:55.1
(New meet record).
65-yard low hurdles - Won
by Lloyd Duff (OSU); second,
Dallas Dupre (OSU); third,
Jack Martin (M). Time 7.5.
Pole vault -- Won by Lloyd
Duff (OSU), 13 ft. 6 in.; sec-
ond Ed Ulvestad (M) 13 ft. 2
in.; third, Harry McKnight
(OSU) 12 ft. 10 in.
Broad jump - Won by Lloyd
Duff (OSU), 23 ft. 51 in.; sec-
ond RobertFancett (M), 23 ft.
34 in.; third, Dallas. Dupre
(OSU), 22 ft. 11 in. (New meet
record).
High Jump - tie between
Bob Harris (M) and Warren
Orendorff (OSU) 6 ft. 1% in.;
third, Richard M a x w e l1,
(OSU).
One-mile relay - Won by
Michigan (Bob Mann, George
Shepherd, Dick Forrestel, Herb
Barten); second, Ohio State
(Bob Little, Mal Whitfield,
Harry Cogswell, Ed Porter).
Time: 3:22.9.

Chuck Fonville Tops
Field House Record
By ALYS GEORGE
Led by the versatile Lloyd Duff,
who scored wins in four events to
give the Buckeyes 20 points, the,
Ohio State track team swept to
a 62-5 2 triumph over the Wolver-
ine thinclads at Yost Field House
last night.
Three meet records and one
Field House mark went by the
boards as the Buckeyes captured
seven first places to Michigan's
four while the high jump honors
were divided. Duff not only
snared victory in the pole vault
and high and low hurdles, but al-
so set a new meet mark in the
broad jump with a winning leap
of 23 ft. 54 in.
Fonville Does It Again
Wolverine Charley Fonville con-
tinued his record-breaking feats
by tossing the shot to a new Field
House mark of 53 ft. 8/ in. Pete
Dendrinos of Michigan came
through with the third place point
in this event as Buckeye Emil
Moldea took second.
Michigan got off to flying start
as Charlie Birdsall, Herb Barten
and Chuck Low gave the Wolver-
ines a sweep in the mile. Bird-
sall moved into the lead at the
end of the first lap with Barten
and Low behind Buckeye Gene
Davis. Coming off the last turn
Barten and Low swept past Davis
as Birdsall broke the tape inches
in front of Barten in 4:26.
Birdsall Wins Two
Birdsall came back in the two-
mile and finished in a dead heat
for first place with Wolverine Rog
Kessler. The newly elected Mich-
igan captain and Kessler alternat-
ed in setting the pace while Wol-
verine Alex Morris and Frank
D'Arcy of Ohio State waged a nip
and tuck battle for third.
Passing the mile mark in 4:56
the two Wolverines were clocked
in 9:44.1 as they broke the tape
together. D'Arcy staggered across
the finish line 30 yards back of
the winners to beat out Morris for
third place.
Whitfield Beats Queller
In the half-mile Buckeye Mal
Whitfield held off until the last
back stretch when he collared
Wolverine Don Queller and won
going away in the meet .record
time of 1:55.1 Michigan's Joe
Hayden took third.
In the quarter-mile Bob Little
and Harry Cogswell of Ohio State
were in complete charge from
start to finish. Coming down the
home stretch Cogswell inched up
on his teammate to take victory
from Little by a few feet. Wol-
verine Dick Forrestel came home
third as Cogswell turned in a win-
ning time of 50.9.
Ohio Sweeps Hurdles
Ohio State picked up a wind-
fall of points in the hurdles as
they swept the highs and placed
one two in the lows. Duff, Dick
Maxwell and Bill Seibert shut out
the Wolverines in the highs.
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Michigan's Jack Martin broke up
the Ohio State monopoly in the
low hurdles by taking third be-
hind Duff and Dallas Dupres of
the Buckeyes.
In the pole vault Wolverine Ed
Ulvestad set a new freshman rec-
ord as he soared over the bar at
13 ft. 2 in. to take second in the
event behind the ever-present
Duff.
Duff Sets Record
Michigan's Bob Fancett got off
a record-breaking leap in the
broad jump but Duff came along
to better Fancett's mark. High
jumpers Bob Harris and Warren
Orendorff split the first place
points between Michigan and Ohio
State as they tied at 6 ft. 1%,4 in.
Jim" Morrish of Michigan
squeezed into second place in the
60-yard dash between Buckeyes

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Michigan Relay Wins
Even the winning effori
mile relay team in the las
on the program was not en
stave off defeat for the
ines. Michigan's foursome
Mann. George Shepherd, F
and Barten took a coont
lead on the second leg and
Ohio's bid for victory as
finished two yards to the
In posting a winning
3:22.9 Shepherd came
with a 50.1 leg as he open
substantial lead on his
opponent. Barten was clo
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