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MAY 29, 1947

TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

>herty Picks 12'M' Thinclads for Big Nine Battlei

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EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the last of three articles dealing with the teams
which will represent Michigan in Conference Championship mnets this week-
end. Tennis and golf have previously been covered.
0 By BUD WEIDIENTHAL
Twelve members of Michigan's track squad will travel to Evanston,
Ill. to participate in the 47th annual outdoor Western Conference
Track and Field Championships at Dyche Satdium Friday and Sat-
urday. Although Illinois is virtually assured of retaining its Confer-
ence crown, the remainder of the field will be wide open with some
'00 entries competing for laurels.
Coach Ken Doherty expressed regret that final exams and
injuries have cut the numLer of men participating in this year's
meet down to the lowest in several years. Wolverine Captain
Charlie Birdsall will be forded to stay behind due to a persistent
foot injury, while quarter miler and mile relay anchor man Dick
Forrestel, will be taking finals in law school.
Representing the Wolverines in the dashes will be sprint artist
Val Johnson, who has been improving all year and has recorded fast
times in both the "100" and "220." Johnson has run the century in
9.9 seconds and has broken the tape in the furlong in 21.8 seconds.
In the mile and half mile, Herb Barten and Chuck Low will
run for the Maize and Blue. Barten's 4:20.6 in the mile and 1:55.5
in the half rate high among the list of performances in the Big
Nine this year. Low has pressed Barten on several occasions and
in last week's meet with Michigan State he was able to nip him
at the tape in the "880."
Surprise performer of the year has been Bill Osgood who will be
Coach Doherty's only entry in the hurdles. The sophomore speed-
ster came within three-tenths of a second of the Michigan low hurdle
record when he registered a fast 23.8 in the dual meet with California

at Berkley. His time was the best turned in
ence competition this season.
George Shepherd and Mel Detwiler will

for that event in Confer-
be the only Michigan er-

trants in the quarter mile due to the absence of Dick Forrestal. Shep-
herd is capable of a 49-second "440" while DItwiker has been running
it around the 50-second mark all season.
The only Wolverine likelV to grab first place honors vill he Con-
ference indoor shot-put champion Chuck Fonville who has cracked
record after record during the course of this year's outdoor season,
highlighted by a mighty heave of 53 ft. 11 in. two weeks ago against
Ohio State. No Western Conference athlete has been able to come
within a foot of that toss which exceeds the urent Big Nine record
by 1112 in. Fonville will also he amcng the leaUcrs in the discus which
he tossed 149 ft. at California.
Alex Morris and Justin Williams will be running the two mile
grind for the Wolverines. Morris registered the second best time j
of the current season among Conference athletes when he ran
9:39.8 against Ohio State. Williams has been improving all season
and his recent performances have greatly pleased Coach Doherty.
Only one Wolverine, Bob Harris, will participate in the high
jump. Harris'"best effort of the current season has been six ft. two
in., but he has gone as high as six ft. four in. in previous seasons.
Pole vaulters Ed Ulvestad and Gene Mocdy wind up the list of
Michigan participants. Both Moody and Ulvestad have been hover-
ing arounding around the 13 ft. mark all season and can conceivably
surpass that mark during this week end's proceedings.
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Doctoral Examination for Har-
old Richard Blackwell, Psychology;
thesis: "The Inter-relations of
Contrast, Area, and Adaptation
Brightness in Human Binocular
Vision," Thurs., May 29, 2 p.m.,
East Council Room, Rackham
Bldg. Chairman, D. Marquis.
Doctoral Examination for Ev-
erett Henry Larguier, Mathe-
matics; thesis: "Homology Bases
with Applications to Local-Con-
nectedness," Fri., May 30, 2 p.m.,
Rm. 3001, Angell Hall. Chairman,
R. L. Wilder.
Doctoral Examination for Win-
ston Kermit McAllister, Philoso-
phy; thesis: "The Compatibility of
Psychological Hedonism and Utili-
tarianism," Sat., May 31, 10 a.m.,
Rm. 204, Mason Hall. Chairman:
W. Frankena.
Doctoral Examination for Frank1
Avery Ineson, Forestry & Conser-
vation; thesis: "Forests as a
Source of Employment in the Na-
tional Economy," Mon., June 2,
p.m., Rm. 2045, Natural Science
Bldg. Chairman: S. T. Dana
Doctoral Examination f or
Stephen Story White, Botany;
thesis: "The Vegetation and Flora
of the Region Rio-de-Bavispe in
Northeastern Sonora Mexico,"
Tues., June 3, Rm. 1139, Natural
Science Bldg. Chairman: H. H.
Bartlett.
Biological Chemistry Seminar:
Thurs., May 29, 4 p.m., 319 W.
Medical Bldg. Subject: "The Be-
nign Meliturias."
English Concentration, Summer
Session: Assistant Professor H. V.
S. Ogden will be in charge of ad-
vising all students concentrating
in English during the Summer,
Session. He will be in his office,
3220 Angell Hall, on Mon., June 2,
2-4 p.m.; Tues., June 3, 9 a.m.-12
noon; Wed., June 18, 2-5 p.m.;
Thurs., June 19,8 a.m.1-2 noon
and 1-4 p.m.
Seniors graduating in August
are advised to have their programs
checked by their regular advisers
immediately (Litzenberg, Ogden
or Greenhut).
Sumer Session Courses: The
two folhwig courses (not an- I
nfounced in the Summer Session I
Announcement but carried in the
Time Schedule) will be offered by
the Department of Political Sci-
encet this summer.
154. Governments and Politics of
the Far East (2) TWTF 9, 2203
AH Rowe.
An introductory study of the

political institutions of China,I
Japan, and other Far Eastern
countries.
167. International Politics. (2)
TWTF 11, 2003 AH Rowe.
Survey of current international
relations in selected areas.
Psychology 40. Students plan-
ning to elect Psychology 40 thisI
summer or the fall term may take
the qualifying examination June
21, 11 a.m., Rm. 1121, Natural Sci-
ence Bldg. Another examination
will be given at the beginning of
the Fall Term.
Concerts
Organ Recital: Carl Weinrich,
Organist at Princeton University,1
will appear at 4:15 p.m., Thurs.,
May 29, Hill Auditorium, in a pro-
gram of works by Bach, Sweelinek,
Buxtehude, Luebeck, Handel, Mo-
zart, Hindemith, and Lamb. This
is the final recital in the current
series of organ progams. The gen-
eral public is invited.
Carillon Recital: Thurs.; May 29,
7:15 p.m., by Percival Price, Uni-
versity Carillonneur. Program:
Andante from the "Surprise" Sym-
phony by Haydn, Barcarolle from
Offenbach's "Tales of Hoffman";
group of songs; Grieg's Peer Gynt
Suite I. Dawn, Death of Ase, Ani-

tra's Dance.
Memorial Day: Professor Perci-
val Price, University Carillonneur,
will give a special recital in ob-
servance of Memorial Day at 11
a.m., Fri., May 30, on the Baird
Carillon.
Student Recital: Norris Greer,
Tenor, will present a recital in
partial fulfillment of the require-
ments for the degree of Master of
Music at 4:15 p.m., Sun.,
June 1, Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
tre. A pupil of Arthur Hackett,
Mr. Greer will sing groups of Eng-
lish, German and French songs.
The program is open to the pub-
lic.
Student Recital: Emogene Hol-
land, student of piano under Jos-
eph Brinkman, will be heard in re-
cital in partial fulfillment of the
requirements for the degree of
Bachelor of Music at 8:30 p.m.,
Thurs., May 29, Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre. Her program will include
compositions by Bach, Beethoven,
Rachmaninoff and Clhopin, and
will be open to the public.
Exhibition
Michigan Fungi: Rotunda, Mu-
seums Bldg.
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