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Michigan's swimming team will
attempt to recapture the crown
it lost last year to Ohio State this
weekend when they journey tol
Columbus for the Western Con-
ference swimming meet.
The Wolverines were soundly
trounced by the Buckeye wonder-
team of last season, which went
on to make practically a clean
sweep of national swimming hon-
ors. Ohio State, under the guid-
ance of Mike Peppe, amassed 7
points and took seven out of nine
firsts to far outdistance the sec-
ond place Michigan squad, who
garnered 38 points.
Back from the Buckeye team
of last year ai'e such greats as
Jack Hill, who won the 220 and
440 yard freestyle, Miller Ander-
son, top diver in the country, and
Jim Counsilmnan, who captured
the 200 yard breaststroke crown
and paced the 300 yard medley
relay team to victory.
Michigan fans previewed the
forthcoming meet ten days ago
when the Buckeyes met the Wol-
verines in a dual meet at the In-
tramural building pool. Coach
Peppe's charges took six out of
nine firsts to swamp the Maize
and Blue 58-26.
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Michigan's track team is faced with a rough and rocky road to
the runner-up spot in the Big Nine Championships this weekend in
Champaign, after their loss to the Buckeye aggregation last Saturday
by a 62-52 count.
Although 11 out of 24 Wolverines turned in their best performance?
to date, the Ohio State team established itself as a definite favorite
to wind up in second place come Saturday evening.
Mr. Lloyd Duff, a very thorny Buckeye in the Michigan side last
Saturday, is well-established as Public Track Enemy No. 1 in Coach
4Ken Doherty's estimation. His
four first places in the two hurdle
Big Nine Standings events, the pole vault and the
broad jump, was almost a repeat
on his performance here last
W L Pct. Pts. OP spring in an outdoor meet against
Wisconsin .... 8 3 .727 605 577 the Wolverines. However, he only
Illinois ........8 4 .667 600 536 gathered three firsts and a second
Indiana ......8 4 .667 647 596 that time.
Minnesota . 7 5 .583 646 651 Birdsall, Fonville Star
MICHIGAN 6 6 .500 577 566 On the Maize and Blue side of
Ohio State ... 5 7 .384 629 660 the ledger, team captain Charlie
Iowa4.........5 7 .384 652 627 Birdsall's wins in the mile and the
Purdue... 4 7 .364 583 639 two-mile, the latter in which he
Northwestern 2 10 .177 537 641 tied with teammate Rog Kessler,
were outstanding. Chuck Fonville,
Inliana 54, Purdue 38. the shot putter who has yet to fail
to break a record in a meet this
All "M"-men on campus are year, came through again, upping
invited to an "M" Club meet- his Field House mark to 53 ft., 81 /
ing at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in in. Thus the stage is set for his
the Michigan Union. Accord- battle in the championships with
ing 'to Bill Courtright, presi- Norm Wasser, the Illini ace, who
dent, plans for the semester has a 53 ft., 7 in. toss to his credit
will be discussed and moving this season.
pictures will be shown. Putti}g a little more red in the
not-too-rosy picture were Ed
Ulvestad's 13 ft. 2 in. leap in the
A HEALTHY HEAD !! pole vault for a new freshman rec-
Our 9 hair and scalp artists.in- ord, Jim Morrish's 6.4-second
vite your tonsorial queries. No "60", and Don Queller's battling
waiting. 1:55.5 performance in the half-)
The Dascola b es mile against the smooth-striding
3etween Michigan and State Mal Whitfield.
Frank Beeman defeated Jim
Moore in straight sets, 7-5, 6-2, to
annex the I-m grad tennis title
Sunday at the Sports Building.
In the previous encounter
Moore evened the double elimin-
ation series at one match each.
During the first set of the decid-
ing round the games were ex-
tremely close, but Beeman clinch-
ed the tournament in the second
set when his strong backhand
shots began clipping the lines.
Greene House knocked three
seconds off its preliminary time
to capture the Residence Halls
half mile relayrchampionship in
1:42.1 last Saturday night, while
Beta Theta Pi sped past the oth-
er fraternities in 1:43.7 to take the
Don Murray, third runner for
Greene House, was the deciding
factor in their victory. Racing
against the Lloyd House relay
squad, Greene's lead-off man,
Frank Sutton, fell behind on the
initial leg, but Al Neef picked up
some of the distance in the sec-
ond slot. Then Murray grabbed
the baton, whizzed past his op-
ponent, and gave anchor man Art
Brown a substantial lead which he
The Beta quartet of James De-
Boer, Bill Caldwell, Harry Wiet-
ing, and Paul Vieth repeated in
first place in the finals as they did
in the preliminaries edging out
Sigma Chi, third place Chi Phi,
with Phi Gamma Delta coming
Basketball . .
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sensational rally by Ohio State.
The Buckeyes, trailing 20-27 at
halftime, came back to score 42
points in a spectacular second
half in which the score was tied
four times in the last five min-
utes. Michigan led 10-9 after the
first eight minutes of the game
but Ohio State finally caught up
to knot the score 50-50 with sev-
en minutes to go.
The Wolverines scored 25 bas-
kets out of 73 shots but missed
only four out of 20 shots fromthe
free throw line. Ohio State miss-
ed 11 out of 21 free shots.
The Ohio State junior varsity
Michigan's '1' Thinclad
Trample Alb-iont, 109=29
Morrison Cops Both Mile and Two-Mile;
Broad Jump, High Jump Only Albion Wins
Michigan's track hopes for fu-
ture years took a bright turn last
night as the Wolverine "B" team
swamped Albion College. 109-29,
in a dual meet in Yost Field House.
Maize and Blue runners and
jumpers swept to victory in thir-
teen of the fourteen events, with
John Morrison leading the parade
with triumphs in the mile and two
mile. The only first place the visi-
tors were able to salvage came in
the broad jump. In addition they
shared one-third of a three-way
tie in the high jump.
defeated the Michigan
in the prelim, 59-49.
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Roberts, c .........3
P. Elliott, g .......4
Harrison, g .......1
McCaslin, f .......6
Wisniewski, c.... 0
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son in the 440. after nipping him
in the 60 yard dash. Jim McFad-
den rounded out Michigan's domi-
nation of the running events with
a victory in the half-mile.
60 yard dash-John Witherspoon
65 high hurdles-Don Hiles-8.8
2 mile-John Morrison-10:17,2
65 low hurdles-Al Noble-7.9
Shot Put-George Uhanasion-
44 ft. 2 in.
Pole vault-Al Jackson-11 ft. 6'
Broad jump-hopkins, Albion-20j
ft. 5% in..
High jump-tie, Hopkins Albion,
Don Calhoun, and George Mil-
ler--5 ft. W in
Forgive us for blowi
own horn, but The Dail
es to announce that
tomorrow we will be t
college newspaper in th,
try to have our own pri
porter in the Florida
training camps of the
Tigers and the other
league teams, according
Michigan sports fans
able to read behind-the
news on the Tigers' ac
including features on
Wolverines such as Dick
field, Elmer Swansox
Donham, f .,... .
Underman, c .... .
J. Wells, f......
Morrison's double win was. the
outstanding performance of the
evening. He toured eight laps in
4:37.7 to capture the mile run, and
returned later in the program to
take the two-mile endurance con-
test in 10:17.2.
Wolverine quartets won both re-
lay events. Don Hiles, Herb Roth-
enberg, George Brown, and Al Nel-
son combined to take the 880 in
1:37.8, while Bill Smith, Jim Ach-
erman, Rod Warren, and Val
Johnson copped the mile relay
with a 3:35.6 time. Brown has
been out for track only two weeks,
and freshman Coach Don Can-
ham termed his 25.3 third leg in
the 880 exceptional.
Hiles had previously won the 65
yard high hurdles, while Rothen-
berg took the 220 dash and John-
son the quarter. John Wither-
.spoon finished close behind John-
Jimmy Wakely in
Ann Savage in
ler-S ft. 9% ~n.
Received at Yost Field House
yesterday afternoon: one card
with one word engraved in sil-
ver' on the front--"Symnpathy".
Inside four lines: Football, 13-
9; Wrestling, 14-12; Track, 75-
39; Basketball, 45-36. Signed-
Illinois Publicity Office."
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Resume Play Sat.
CHICAGO, March 3- (A) -
Without precedent in college bas-
ketball history, the Big Nine title-
significant game between Wiscon-
sin and Purdue Saturday night
will be resumed in neutral Evans-
ton, Ill., from the half-time mark
at which it tragically was inter-
rupted last Monday night at La-
Decision to resume the contest
-Called with Purdue ahead 34-33
when a beacher section collapsed
killing three students-was an-
nounced today by Conference
Commissioner K. L. (Tug) Wil-
son after joint telephone conver-
sations with Athletic Directors
Guy Mackey of Purdue and Harry
Stuhldreher of Wisconsin.
Twenty Netruei-Step.up Practice Sessions
Twenty survivors of the final
tennis team cut began stroking in
earnest yesterday as new coach'
Bob Dixon posted a ladder list-
ing of his squad, which found
three newcomers occupying the
first six rungs.
Captain Bill Mikulich, who
completed the basketball season
last night, has been seeded first,
but he will probably be given at
least two weeks to get in shape
for his first challenge match.
Freshman Andy Paton, and
Fred Otto, a transfer from the
University of Detroit, are current-
ly rated two and three, with Dean
McClusky in the same number
four position he occupied last sea-
Fred Zieman, a grad student,
and Mickey Dayton, a holdover
from last year, are perched pre-
cariously in the number five and
six spots, the starting team's last'
two positions, but Hal Cook, who
outranked Dayton in '46, and Gor-,
don Nogrel, number four man i*
'45, are threatening.
The early ladder listing is some-
thing like seedings in a tennis
tournament, only in this system'
each man must battle to hold his
position in challenge matches with
the man directly below him o1 the
ladder. He may also challenge
any of the two men rated just
above him in the rankings to im-
prove his position.
Student tickets for the Mich-r
igan-Michigan Tech hockey
games this Friday and Satur-
day will go on sale from 8:340
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday
in the Administration Build-
ing. A limited number of gen-
eral admission tickets will also
be available at the same time.
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bracelet engraved Nuel Smock, Jr.
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1939 CHEVROLET town sedan. Call
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TAILS-Size 40, goodcondition. $25.
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vision Engineer-Special Duty,
Pennsylvania Railroad, Chicago,
will "speak on the subject, "En gi-
sylvania Railroad," at 7:30 p.m.,
.Union. He will discuss particu-
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engineers in railroad work.
Tuesday Afternoon Play Read-
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Alexander G. Ruthven, 2 p.m.
Chairman of Hostesses: Mrs.
Robert Craig, Jr. Assistant Hos-
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Frank Finch, Mrs. Roy Holmes,
Mrs. Walter Fariss, and Mrs.
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gibility cards are due at the meet-
ing today 5 p.m. in the League.
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