World iark as Swimmers
IFonville Shatters Shot
e run-Won by Bar-
s e c o n d, Dianetti
ird, Gibbard (MSC).
dash-Won by Sche-
); second, Johnson
hird, Morrish (M).
Record Three Tim'es,
-Won by Short
d high hurdles--Won
Smith (MSC) ; second,
(MSC); third, Chris-
(MSC). Time: 8.2.
jump-Won by John-
[SC); second, Fancett
bird, MacAdam (lMSC).
jump: 23 ft. 10 in.
nile run-Won by Bird-
; second. Kessler (M) ;
[orris (M). Time: 9:40.2.
jump-Won by Milne
second, Harris (M). tie
rd between Beckford
Dolan and Gardner
inning jump: 6 ft 41 in.
put-Won by Fonville
econd, Kraeger (M);
-endrinos (M). Winning
ft. 6 in.
d low hurdles-Won by
th (MSC); second, .
(MSC); third, Martin
vault-Won by Bower-
.C); second,. tie be-
teody (M), Ulvested (M),
'(MSC), Carr (MSC),
uritsen (M). Winning
Michigan's mile relay quartet
came through with a four-yard
triumph in the final event last
night at Yost Field House to give
the Wolverine thinclads a hard-
fought 60 1/15 to 53 14/15 victory
over Michigan State in the first
Maize and Blue dual encounter
of the year.
With the outcome of the meet
resting on the relay, the Wolver-
ine foursome of Bob Mann, Mel
Detwiler, Dick Forrestel and Hugh
Short, posted a 3:24.1 time to
win the event and the meet for
Charley Fonville, Michigan's
Olympic prospect, highlighted
the evening's proceedings, which
saw one Field House and four
meet records fall by the way-
side, as he three times shat-
tered his own shot put mark,
ending up with a final heave
of 53 ft. 6 in.
Herb Barten, Conference in-
door half-mile champ, more than
took up the slack left by illness
which forced Don Queller out of
action, by taking both the mile
and the 880. He outkicked highly-
touted Jack Dianetti with a spark-
ling 4:19.9, then came back to
take the half from teammate
George Vetter, who turned in his
best effort since returning from
Barten got away last in the
half-mile and trailed until the
bell lap when he kicked past the
field to win going away. Vetter
came up fast to edge out another
Wolverine, Joe Hayden, who was
disqualified for cutting in on the
turns, automatically giving Mich-
igan State's Bill Scott the third
Michigan scored a sweep in
the two-mile run as indoor
Conference title-holder Chuck
Birdsall broke the tape five
yards ahead of fast-finishing
Rog Kessler, with Alex Morris
outlasting Roy Niemeyer for the
Birdsall, pacing himself beau-,
tifully, put together two 4:50
miles for a final clocking of 9:40.2,
his best time of the season.
In the quarter-mile, Hugh Short
and Dick Forrestel outran State's
Jim Fraser, as the Michigan cap-
tain' went under :50 for the firstI
time in the current campaign,
being caught in 49.9.
. Michigan State's strength in
the dashes and hurdles offset
Michigan's power in the middle
distances. The Spartans' sensa-
tional freshman, Fred Johnson,
had a comparatively bad night,
even though he set a new meet
mark o 23 ft. 10 in. in the broad
jump. Unthe 60-yard dash he
was nosed out by teammate Bob
Schepers, with Wolverine Jim
Morris taking third.
Johnson was upset, both lit-
erally and figuratively, in the
65-yard low hurdles as he fell
going over the fourth hurdle.
Horace Smith, the Spartans'
only double winner, took the
event in 7.4 to equal the Field
House mark and shatter the
meet record. Smith, a Spartan
footballer, copped the highs in
8.2 as State swept the event.
Jim Milne of the Spartans set
another meet record in the high
jump with a leap of 6 ft. 41/4 in.,
to best Michigan's Bob Harris.
Illini Climb To
Gophers Clip Purdue
OSU Upsets Spartans
By The Associated Press
CHICAGO, Feb. 15 - Little Bob
Cook, Wisconsin's classy forward,
broke loose for ten points in the
last half tonight as the league-
leading Badgers came from behind
to overwhelm Northwestern, 54-
42, and gain their eighth Big
Nine basketball victory in nine'
starts before some 18,500 fans in
the Chicago Stadium.
* * *
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Feb. 15 -
Illinois climbed over Indiana into
the runner-up spot in the Big
Nine basketball race with a well-
paced 59 to 50 triumph over the
Forward Ken Menke, with 17
points, paced the Illini to their
sixth league victory against three
defeats to keep them within strik-
ing distance of first-place Wiscon-
sin. Illinois held a 34 to 24 half-
MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 15-Min-
nesota walloped Purdue in a high-
scoring Big Nine basketball game
here tonight, 81 to 69. Jim Mc-
Intyre, lanky Minnesota center,
counted 30 points to bring his
season's total for all games to 279.
EAST LANSING, Mich, Feb. 15
-A season-long victory famine
on the road was ended for Ohio
State University's basketball- team
here tonight as the Buckeyes
broke a half-time deadlock to
down Michigan State College, 58-
# * *
Wolverines Sub merge Northwestern,
53.31;Stager Tops Freshman Record
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fouls helped build up the Iowa
margin. When Bob Harrison left
the game via the foul route with
two minutes remaining, Wolverine
victory hopes vanished.
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Big Nine Standings
By CLARK BAKER
Blazing home in the fastest
time ever recorded for the event,
Michigan's 300-yard medley re-
lay team paced the Wolverine
swimmers to a 53-31 triumph over
Northwestern before 1,100 cheer-
ing fans last night at the Sports
It was a world record perform-
ance all the way as the Maize and
Blue trio of Harry Holiday, Bob
Sohl and Dick Weinberg sprinted
home 40 yards in front of the
Wildcat threesome in 2:50.5,
three- tenths of a second better
than the mark set in 1943 by Hol-
iday, Pat Hayes and Johnny Pat-
ton of Michigan.
Weinberg Clinches Record
Holiday set the record-smash-
ing attempt off on the right foot
with a sparkling :58.3 for the
first 100 yards. Sohl kept Wol-
verine hopes alive with a fast
1:01.6 for his "century" and then
Weinberg clinched the new mark
with a blistering :50.6 on the an-
Maintaining the dazzling pace
set by the medley relay team,
Wolverine Gus Stager wiped the
National Collegiate f r e s h m a n
mark for the 220-yard freestyle
event off the books with a fast
2:12.3. The Maize and Blue year-
ling led Wildcat Bill Heusner all
the way but had to stave off a,
last 25-yard challenge by the
Purple ace to hit the wire first.
Heusner Takes "440"
Stager's winning time lopped
three-tenths of a second off the
300-yard medley relay-Won
by Michigan (Holliday, Sohl,
Weinberg. Time: 2:50.3 (New
American and world record).
220-yard freestyle -Won by
Stager (M); second, Heusner
(N); third, Coates (M). Time:
2:12.3 (New National Collegiate
50-yard freestyle - Won by
Alien (N); second, Witherspoon
(M); third, Lehman (M). Time:
Low board diving - Won by
Trimbrn (M); second, Trum-
ble (N) ; third, O'Neill (M).
100-yard freestyle - Won by
Weinberg (M); second, Allen
(N) ; third, Grspin (M). Time:
150-yard backstroke--Won by
Holliday (M); secid, Johnson
(M); third, Tannehill (N).
. Time: 1:35.1.
220-yard breast stroke-Won
by Sohi (1); second, Martin-
chick (N); third,. Upthegrove
(M). Time: 2:22. .
440-yard freestyle-Won by
Reusner (N); second, Stewart
(m); third, Tannehill (N).
400-yard freestyle relay--Won
by Michigan (Sanford, Wither-
spoon, Coates, Crispin). Time:
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stopped a shot from Jim Prick
with a gloved hand while lying
prone on the ice. The only marker
of the second frame, which was
mostly dominated by the North-
men, was countered by Jim Alley,
who also scored one of the Minne-
sota goals last night, as he broke
away at the blue line and made a
shot good into the corner of the
Maize and Blue net.
teammate Art Johnson
150-yard backstroke in 1:
big Maize and Blue star
the way and finished 1
ahead of Johnson. Bob
hill of Northwestern wo
Weinberg churned to
yard' triumph over Bud I
the Purple in the 100-ya
style. The Wolverine sox
sped to his best time of t
a sparkling :51.8. Sohl,
for the pool record in t
yard breast stroke, mis
mark but won easily in
just eight-tenths of a sect
Allen Tops "50" Sprint
In a duel for second
hind Sohl, Northwestern
Martincheck bested W
Bill Upthegrove by fou
Allen copped the only ot.
for the visitors when h
the Wolverines' Bruce
spoon and Bob Lehman in
yard freestyle sprint. Alle
ning time was :24.
In a hot diving duel off
board, Michigan's Ralpl-
born triumphed over
Ronnie Trumble, 1944 B
champ, and Wolverine
O'Neill. Trimborn's 110 t
5.6 points better than Ti
O'Neill finished a close th
103.2 points, missing on
* * *
former 220 record set back in
1939 by Howie Johnson of Yale.
Heusner returned to take one of
the Wildcats' two firsts for the
night by sprinting in the closing
40 yards to nose out Wolverine
Wally Stewart in the 440-yard
freestyle marathon in 4:51.2.
Stewart's second-place clocking
of 4:52.2 was the best of his ca-
Michigan's medley trio all re-
turned to take their specialties.
Holiday breezed to a win over
i66, D Bp
Ohio State .
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