Tie for Secon Place in Conference inals
Rns for M'
(Continued from Page 1)
man had wasn't enough and the
Maize and Blue captain won eas-
In the quarter mile Jerry Cog-
well of Ohio State stepped out
front in the last 50 yards to nose
out Michigan's Val Johnson by a
foot in the fine time of 48.7 seC-
onds. Johnson led all the way to
that point but couldn't cope with
Cogwell's final push. The Wolver-
ine turned in the finest perform-
ance of his career, however, being
clocked in 48.9 seconds.
Virtually unknown, Dock Kil-
ty of Minnesota won the two
mij grind over Indiana's be-
Witte and Illinois' Twomey in
that order. Alex Norris running
for the Maize and Blue finish-
r ed fifth in one of his best times
The half was the greatest race
of the meting. Barten running
fifth at the back straightaway
passed the field on the final turn
and finished five yards ahead of
Ohio's Bill GCifflrd. Ilis winning
time was 1:54.5. Micehigan's Bob
Thomason ran fourth behind
Don Gehrman of Wisconsin.
The final running event, the
mile relay went to Ohio State
when Bill Sergeson, running sec-
ond for Michigan, dropped the
baton, stopped to retrieve it and
lost 25 yards on his competitors.
The Wolverines were never able to
make up the deficit and finished
that distance behind at the finish.
Illinois grabbed a second by two
feet over Minnesota.
The Buckeye quarter compos-
ed of Russ Owen, Bill Wittaker,
Bill Clifford and Jerry Cogwell
was clocked at 3 minutes, 21
Wolverine Tom Dollan got in
on a four way tie in the high
jump with a leap of 6 feet, 2
inches. Dike Eddleman, Illinois
ace won the event going 6.3.
,Chuck Peterson Indiac;a won
the 60 yards dash in 6.4 seconds
and Porter of Northwestern de-
throned Walker in the 70 yard low
hurdles in 7.8 seconds, which
equalled the American indoor re-
In the pole vault Tom Bennet of
Wisconsin and Harry Cooper of
Minnesota tied for the top spot
with vaults of 13 feet, 10 inches.
Mile Run -1-Herbert Barton,
Vichigan; 2-Don Gehrmann, Wis-
consin; Tom Deal, Indiana; 4-Walt
Karkow, Illinois; 5-Frank Owens,
Indiana. Time 4:15.9.
60-yard dash--Charles Peters,
Indiana; 2-Clark Rice, Minnesota;
3-Jack Simpson, Iowa; 4-Charles
May, Purdue; 5-George Walker,
Broad Jump -1-Lloyd Duff,
)hio State, 24 feet 4 %j2 inches; 2-
Aloyd La Mois, Minnesota, 23 feet
11 7 8 inches; 3-Jewell Daily,
?urdue, 23 feet 7 /2 inches; 4-
George Kailas, Wisconsin, 23 feet,
1 /4 inch; 3-Don Leuthold, Illinois,
'3 feet 1/8 inch.
440-yard run-1-Harry Cogs-
well, Ohio State; 2-Orval John-
on, Michigan; 3-Bill Buster, Illi-
'iois; 4-Russell Owen, Ohio State;
;-George Shepherd, Michigan.
70-yard high hurdles-i-Lloyd
duff, Ohio State; 2-Bill Porter,
lorthwestern; 3-Richard Maxwell,
2)hio State; 4-George Walker, Illi-
aois; 5-Tom Mitchell, Indiana.
(Betters American record, :08.5, by
Robert Wright, Ohio State, 1941,
942, and Porter, 1947; Qonfer-
nee record, :08.5, by Wrigh 1941,
1942, and by Porter, 1947).
Two-mile run---Richard Kilty,
VMinnesota; 2-Dave DeWitte, Indi-
"na; 3-Vic Twomey, Illinois; ~4-
Walt Karkow, Illinois; 5-Alex
.Worris, Michigan: Time 9:35.1.
Shot put---Charles Fonville,
:Michigan, 56-feet 3 5,8 inches; 2-
\iorm Wasser; Illinois, 54 feet 4
nches; 3-Fortune Gordien, Minn-
ysota, 51 feet 4 inches; 4-James
,oberson, Indiana, 48 feet 10 7/8
nehes; 5-Joe Mascio, Ohio State,
18 feet 3 1/4 inches. (Bettering
.onference record 53 feet 2 ir
nches, by Fonville, 1947.)
880-yard run-l-Herbert Bar-
ten, Michigan; 2-Bill Clifford,
)hio State; 3-Don Gehrmann,
Nisconsin; 4-Robert Thomason,
VMichigan; 5 - Don Washington,
Ohio State. Time 1:54.5.
70-yard low hurdles -1-Bill
Porter, Northwestern; 2-George
Walker, Illinois; 3-Lloyd Duff,
Jhio State; 4-Ray Tharp, Minne-
,ota; 5-Russ Merkel, Iowa. Time:
:07.8. (Equals American, Confer-
,nce records, American record
ield by Robert Wright, Ohio
State, 1942 and Conference record
by Wright, 1942.)
Battling to a 2-2 tie, the Strik-
ers and Wild Men remained dead-
locked for first place in the All-
Campus Bowling League as the
Strikers broke two season's records,'
high game and high series.
Illini. Iowa SL
Spot with Mi
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championships came off pretty
much as expected. Purdue is the
new conference champion amass..
ing 24 points, closely followed byj
Iowa and Illinois who tied for sec-
ond place honors with 23 points
Coach Cliff Keen's grapplers
took three points on falls and 20
for team action.
The final team totals were as
Purdue 24; Iowa 23; Illinois 23;
Michigan 23; Minnesota 19; Ohio
State 18; Indiana 6; Wisconsin 5;
115-Pound Class-Plaza (Pur-
121 Pound Class - Leppin
(Minn.) def. Patascal (Pur.) 1-0.
128 Pound Class - Alan Rice
(Minnesota) defeated Robert Bra-
bender (Indiana) referee's de-
Fencers Ga in
Easy Win, 7-2
A ff. I, - -'-
.,,., .,, . . 1
Michigan's unofficial fencing
136 Pound Class - Jim Smith squad, the Scimitar Club, took an
(Michigan) won. easy victory from the foil team of
145 Pound Class-Warren Jones Highland Park Junior College yes-
(Ohio State) defeated George terday, winning the meet, 7-2.
Curtis (Michigan), 9-4. Andy Turner paced the Wolver-
155 Pound Class-Ken Marlin ine blade trio with 3 victories in
(Illinois) defeated Robert Betzig his three matches. Ed Micleef and
(Michigan) 7-4. Pete Wong tossed in two other tri-
165 Pound Class -- Clarence umphs each to cinch the Highland
Self (Wisconsin) defeated Gerald Park rout.
Vellick (Ohio State) 8-4. Dick Bailey proved to be the
175 Pound Class-Joe Scarpello visitors facesaver, as he copped
(Iowa) defeated Waldemar Van- both of Highland Park's wins, one
cott (Purdue) 9-3. each against Micleef and Wong.
191 Pound Class- Verne Gagne An All-Campus championship
(Pur.) defeated Robert Gaigle, 3- tournament will be held March 23
1. at the I-M Open House. Students
Heavyweight Class - Chuck interested in becoming contenders
Gottfried (111.) defeated Carl Abell are requested to report to the I-M
(Ohio State). Building any afternoon to sign up.
When Coach Ozzie Cowles and
the Big Nine cage titleholders
head East for this year's editionk
of the NCAA basketball play-offs
at Madison Square Gardens it will
be the fourth appearance for the
dynamic Wolverine coach who has
lifted the Michigan cage squad
from a second division outfit to
the champions of the Western
Conference in two years.
As the head mentor for Dart-
mouth, Cowles won seven Eastei n
basketball championships and di-
rected the efforts of the Indians
in three Garden appearances.
His first championship contest
was against the Badgers of Wis-
consin who had annexed the Big
Nine title and ruled as favorites
to win the NCAA championship.
Under Cowles, Dartmouth extend-
ed the Badgers all of the way
dropping a close decision 51-to->0.
Wisconsin went on to eliminate
the Western opponents and finish
the tournament as the NCAA's
claimant to the mythical top team
in the United States.
Dartmouth returned to the Gar-
den in 1942 only to lose to Ken-
tucky in the first round of East-
ern eliminations. (Ed.'s Note: All
teams east of the Mississippi are
classified as Eastern teams under
G A DEN KNOW-HOW:
Cowles Takes Fourth Trip
To NCAA Cage Tourney_
... leads Wolverine attempts
Pole Vault-Tom Bennett, Wis-
consin, and Harry Cooper, Minne-
sota, tied for first 13 feet 10 inch-
es; 3-Lloyd Duff, Ohio State, 13
feet 8 inches; 4-Lawrence Busby,
Purdue, 13 feet 4 inches; Roger
Bruney and Harry McKnight,
Ohio State, tied for fifth, 13 feet.
High Jump-1 Dwight Eddle-
man, Illinois, 6 feet 3 inches; Tied
for second, third, fourth and fifth,
Lou Irons, Illinois; Harry Ander-
son, Illinois; Edward Jones, Pur-
due;Thomas Iolan, Michigan, 6
feet 2 inches.
One-mile relay-1-Ohio State
(Russel Owen, Mark Whitaker,
Bill Clifford, Harry Cogswell) 2-
Illinois; 3-Indiana; 4-Minnesota
5-Purdue. Time 3:21
FINAL TEAM SCORE:
Ohio State 43, Illinois 40, Minn-
esota 261', Michigan 25th, Indi-
ana 22, Wisconsin 13', Purdue
111, Northwestern 9, Iowa 4.
BRADENTON, Fla., March 6-
(/P)-The Boston Braves tonight
acquired second baseman Eddie
Stanky from the Brooklyn Dodg-
ers for first baseman Ray Sanders,
holdout outfielde' 'Bama Rowell
and a reported $60,000 cash.
In the event that Sanders, in-
active since the middle of the 1946
season because of a badly frac-
tured arm, is unable to make good,
the Braves, it was reported, would
send the Dodgers an additional
The Dodgers, it was said,
planned to install Sanders at first
base and use Jackie Robinson at
his natural second base position.
Robinson played first last season,
the first member of the Negro race
to play big league baseball in mod-
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