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T1TE MICITTGAN iMIflA s

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Dotiuble

Loss

Point Pool
300-yd. Medley Relay: Won
by Michigan (Kahn, Sohl, Ko-
gen). Time: 2:55.6.
220-yd. Freestyle: Won by
Smith (OSU); second, Mann,
(M); third, Stager (M). Time:
2:09.2.
50-yd. Freestyle: Won by
Weinberg (M); second, Moss
(M); third, Hirose (OSU).
Time: :23.1.
Diving: Won by Harlan
(OSU); second, Calhoun (OSU) ;
third, Trimborn (M).
100-yd. Freestyle: Won by
Hirose (OSU) and Weinberg
(MW); third, Tittle (M. Time:
:52 (dead heat).
150-yd. Backstroke: Won by
DeGroot (OSU); second, Roden-
bach (OSU); third, Kahn (M).
Time: 1:36.7.
200-yd. Breaststroke: Won by
Sohl (M); second, Moss (M);
third, Bartels (OSU). Time:
2:22.
440-yd. Freestyle: Won by
Smith (OSU); second, Mann
(1); third, Stager (M). Time:
4:45.
400-yd. Relay: Won by Mich-
igan (Tittle, Kogen, Coates,
Weinberg). Time: 3:30.8.
]llatmenPoint
Toward Finale
With Wildcats
Although 1949 mat dual-compe-
tition is Just about over, Coach
Cliff Keen's grapplers are opti-
mistically pointing toward the
season's finale.
After their walloping victory
over a powerful Buckeye aggrega-
tion last night, the Wolverines
wind up their current calendar by
traveling to Evanston Monday,
where they take on the North-
western mat club.
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SO FAR this season, the Purple
and White are still looking for
their first conference wine
With two of Michigan's previous
opponents decisioning the luckless
Wildcats, the balance of power
will ride with the Maize and Blue
as they try for their second Big
Ten win.
Purdue trounced Northwestern,
28-8 while last night's victims, the
Buckeyes, trimmed them, 18-11.
Earlier in the season, Keen's men
were edged by the Boilermakers,
16-15.
MONDAY'S MEET will not only
be the last dual tilt of the season
for the grapplers but also the last
meet for Captain Bob Betzig, Phil
Carlson, Tom Miller, Jack Keller
and Bob Cunningham. Next week-
end when the Big Ten champion-
ship is decided at Indiana, the
collegiate careers of these wrest-
lers will definitely be finished.

Weinberg, Ulvestad Star in

Twin

Wins

A 1(( Foot?

Swimtming .
By DICK HURST
Michigan's superb swimming
team had to wait until the final
relay yesterday, but when it was
over they had beaten Ohio State
45-39 and probably proved that
they are the best dual meet swim-
ming team in the country.
A new pool record, a dead heat
in the 100 freestyle, Bill Smith's
double win, two important second
places by Charlie Moss and two
great relay races highlighted the
tight battle.
IT WAS the "Whale" Bill Smith
who set the new pool record. The
liuge Hawaiian was tremendous
as he cruised to an easy victory
over Matt Mann III in the 440
yard event. His time of 4:45
knocked four tenths of a second
off Paul Herron's mark set in
1941.
Smith was just as convincing
in the 220 yard freestyle. He
grabbed a quick lead with his
powerful stroke, and. ploughed
under the finish in 2:09.2 with
Matt Mann giving chase.
It's difficult to determine which
six points got Michigan the vic-
tory, but one important contribu-
tion was versatile Charlie Moss.
Moss was outstanding in the 50
yard freestyle and 200 yard breast-
stroke, grabbing off his points
when they were most needed..
In the 50 yard dash, Moss stole
second place from OSU's Hirose
when he touched the finish line
just behind Dick Weinberg. Hirose
and Moss were too close together
to distinguish them by time, but
Charlie's long arms got to the line
just a little sooner.
IN THE 200 yard breaststroke,
Moss led Bob Sohl most of the
way but had to settle for second
when Sohl showed a little more
in the last 25 yards. It was the
one-two finish in this race that
captured the lead that had. gone
to OSU in the previous event. Sohl
was clocked in 2:22.
In the relays, Bill Kogen was
outstanding as Michigan cap-
tured the two big-point events.
In the 300-yard medley relay,
Kogen ate up more than a body
length of Ralph Knight, OSU's
anchor man. Kogen hit his turns
beautifully, gaining each time on
the fleeing Knight. They took the
third turn together, then Bill
wind-milled down the pool to nip
the Buckeye by a yard.
KOGEN was handed a short
lead by Tittle and immediately
went about lengthening it. When
he touched the line that started
Tom Coates on the third leg, it
was all over but the shouting.
There was a lot of water between
the third men and Coates and
Weinberg had no trouble holding

the margin, Michigan clocking a
brilliant 3:30.8.
The 100-yard freestyle was
another great race. Dead heats
don't come very often, but H1ir-
ose and Weinberg turned up
with a beauty. Weinberg hehi
the lead most of the race but
Hirose got him at the last turn.
Down the pool they came, both
touching the finish in :52.
Ohio State took a sn1ort lead at
the meet's half-way point when

Track.. .
Michigan's thinclads got hot
last night and defeated Ohio
tate's defending Big Nine champs
31-52 ? on the Yost Field House
cinders.
Ed Ulvestad, Clay Holland, and
Herb Barten sparked the Wolver-
lines to their best performance of
the current season.
IT WAS THE first time since
1946 that Michigan had beaten the
Buckeyes in dual competition.
Ulvestad, Michigan's No. 1
pole vaulter, cleared the bar at
a height of 13 ft., 11 in., to set
an alltime varsity Yost Field
house record and wipe out the
old meet record.

1MIlt run: first, i)'Arcy

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TALKING SO
with Bud \Neidenthal
Associate Sports Editor

Whitfield literally coaste o t his
win in tle qua rter-mi e in the
fast imre of :49.,, wit h Ohio's
defending Conference 440 chani-
pion Hrky Cogswel finishing se-
ondi. Roc} Warren took the thirdi
place S>ot for lie Wolverines.
Duff and Maxwell performed
with their accustomed skill in
the hurdle events, taking fir4 L
and second places in the highi

Barten, ace half
new meet record
running away with

miler, set aI
of 1:55.9 in
his specialty.

HOLLAND, overcoming a leg
injury which has kept him in-
active most of this season, sur-
prised everyone by flashing to vic-
tory in the low hurdles in a good
:7.6.
The Maize and Blue scored a
clean sweep of the 60-yard dash
event, with Art Henrie, Var Bay-
darian, and Pierre Miller white-
washing the Bucks. Hlenrie's
winning time, :6.3 was his best
effort to date. It was the dimin-
utive Miller's first break into the
socring column this year.
Baydarian and Eck Koutonen
finished one, two in the broad1
jump to grab eight big points for
the Wolverines. Var's winning dis-
tance was 23 ft., % in. Lloyd Duff
too third place for th6 Ohioans.
STATE'S FINE distance runner.
Frank D'Arcy, was the meet's only
double winner. Michigan thinclads
Bob Thomason and Shel Capp fin-
ished behind D'Arcy in the mile,
while Frank really stepped in the,
two mile to finish far in front of
"M" men Bruce Vreeland and Jus-I
tin Williams.
Tom Dolan took first place in
the high jump, leaping 6 ft., 4
in. Art Henrie tied for third in
this event with Ohio State's
captain, Dick Maxwell, as Buck- I
eye Ralph Schaefer took the sec-
ond place spot.
Harry Allis provided Michigan
with unexpected points as he fin-
ished behind teammate Pete Den- f
drinos in the shot put. Pete's
winning heave was a lusty 50 ft.,
7 in.
OLYMPIC 800 meter champ Mal'

second, Thomason MiM: third
Capp, M). Time: 4:16.
60-tard dash: first, henrie <M)
second, Baydarian (M; third,
MAiller (M. Time: :06. .
440-yard run: Whitfield (0);
second, Cogswell (O) : third. War-
ren iI). Time: :49.5.
U5-yard high hurdles: first.
Duff (0); second, Maxwell 10)
thrid, Hoover (M). Time: :08.1.
Twvo-mile run: first. P'Arey
(0) ; second, Vreeland-1 M) ; th-,ird,
Wiliams 3(M. Time: 9:42A.
880 - yard run: first, Barten
1M); second, Washingt n 0i):
third, Thomason (M). Time:
1:55.9.
65-yard low hurdles: first,H l-
land (M); second, Duff (O); third
Maxwell (0). Time: :07.6.
One-mile relay: first, Ohio
(Kunz, Whitaker, Cogswell, Whit-
field), second Michigan.. Time:
3:25.
Pole Vault: won by Ulvestad
(M), second tie Duff (OSU), Mc-
Knight (OSU); breaks Meet r-
cord of 13 ft. 6 3/8 in. set by llunn
of Michigan in 1935 and Yost
Field House Record of 13 ft. 10,1
in. set by Becker of Michigan in
1941. New Record 13 ft. 11 in.
Shot Put: Won by Dendrinos
(M) 50 ft. 7 in.; second, Harry
Allis (M), third Edwards -OSU).
jBroad JUMP: won by Var Bay-
darian (M) 23 ft. : in., second
Koutonen (M), third Duff (OSU).
Ihigh Jump: won by Dolan (M)
6 ft. j in., second Murphy (05.1),
tied for third Henrie (TM) and
Schaefer (OSU).
I Scimitar C"Ilhb
Bet is Class
The Scimitar Club announces
that fencing instruction classes
will begin Monday at 4:30 p.m. in
the I-M Building. The classes will
be under the supervision of mem-
bers of the club and will take place
!Monday through Thursday from
4:30-5:30.
Early registration is advisable
because of the size of the classes.
Registration will take place at
Monday's meeting.
The Scimitar Club will also su-
pervise co-ed fencin on Friday
frights from 8 to 10.
TRACK
Minnesota 69, Northwestern 45
Purdue 58, Indiana 56
Wisconsin 69, Marquette 45

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THE ANNOUNCEMENT last week that the Michigan athletic de-
;xtmen had abandoned its ambitious plans for expanding the
MianiumI was not at all unexpected from this corner.
The plan, which we scrutinized several days ago, was a spectac-
ular on. and certainly a fine example of the forward looking and
jproressie attitude of the Wolverine front-office.
'hin si- ifie proposal that had been pushed by Fritz Crisler
would have brought to Ann Arbor the largest stadium this country
has yet seen, seating 125,000 persons and structurally perfect in
every respect.
A ;econd deck was to have been constructed giving it a similar
appearance to Cleveland's vast Municipal stadium which is also
double decked all the way around.
Finances and doubts as to future attendance were laid as the
major reasons for abandoning the plan, temporarily at least . .
Cast of the addition was estimated at two and a half million
dollars, far more than the original cost of the stadium and cri'-
{tinly beyond the pocketbook of the athletic department. As was
indicated in previous reports, Crisler had turned to the alumni
for help, and when it became apparent that the required aid
would not be forthcoming the plan was abandoned.
The athletic administration is going ahead, however, with its
plans for expanding other elements of the athletic plant. An expansion
program costing a minimum of eight million dollars and financed
by a 30-year bond issue is now assured for the University in the
foreseeable future.
Expansion plans are now in the "estimate" stage and blueprints
will be drawn up as soon as possible. It is very likely that construc-
tion will start by the beginning of next year.
Hockey and baseball facilities have been put on the priority
list by Crisler due to the deterioration of both the Coliseum and
the Ferry Field stands. Whether a hockey rink will be combined
with a basketball arena is still indefinite but some combining will
be necessary somewhere along the line.
Other "musts" being considered are additional swimming facilities
for men and women and a combination winter recreation and golf
clubhouse.

HERB BARTEN
. .. a lame story

CHARLEY MOSS
. . . places twice
* * *
their backstrokers raced in one-
two ahead of Michigan's Bernie
Kahn. OSU's Bob deGroot got an
easy win in 1:36.7, touching the
line several yards ahead of team-
mate Bill Rodenbach. '
BRUCE HARLAN, OSU's Olym-
pic diving champ, showed the
packed house why he won the
high board event with a wonderful
performance.
Poise, mechanical perfection,
and an amazingly graceful per-
formance of every dive earned
him his first place. Jack Cal-
houn, his teammate, got second
with a ten point edge over Ralph
Trimborn.

hurdles and finishing second
and third behind Holland in the
lows. Michigan's Don hoover
garnered third place in the
highs.
In the mile relay, the Buckeye
combination of Howard Kunz,
Mark Whitaker, Cogswell, and
Whitfield took the Michigan four-
some of Jim Morrish, Bob Serge-
son, Ron Soble. and. Rod Warren,
at a 3:25 clip.I
Versa ile Lloyd Duff and Harry
McKnight tied for second place
in the pole vault.
YE'STERDAY'S WRESTLING
Purdue 22, Indiana 5
Iowa State Teachers 14,
Minnesota 12
Penn State 20, Navy 10
Cornell 20, Dartmouth 3
Northwestern 22, Pensacola 6

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On the ticket situation:
Several misapprehensions make the boost of the tariff for this
fall's Army game look a little arbitrary and uncalled for. The facts
prove differently, however.
By adding one dollar to the price of each ticket the front
office figures it will gross an additional $50,000 from the contest.
From this will come $25,000 to bring the senior class of cadets to
Ann Arbor . . . the remaining twenty-five thousand will be split
evenly between the two schools. The added profit in the case of
both schools will go toward maintaining and expanding their
respective athletic plants. Army doesn't have a State Legislature
to support their intercollegiate program either .. .
Ohio's Bill Smith and Bruce Harlan were never better but
Wolverines Bill Kogen and Charlie Moss stole the swimming show
yesterday afternoon. Kogen's free style leg of the medley relay was
one of the most thrilling finishes we've ever seen, while "unpredict-
able" Charlie touched out the great Halo Hirosi in the 50 yard'
sprint. It was Kogen's last competitive performance as a Wolverine
in the Michigan pool.

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M AY 5,6,7,1949
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National Student Association:
Committee meeting, Tues., Mar. 1,
4 p.m., Rm. 3D, Michigan Union.
U. of M. Theater Guild: Organi-
zation meeting, Michigan League,
Wed., Mar. 2, 7:30 p.m. Bring cer-
tificates of eligibility.
Quarterdeck Society: Tues. Mar.
1, 7:30 p.m., Rm. 3-D, Michigan
Union. Mr. Essery, of Detroit, will
speak on "Admiralty Law".
La p'tite causette: Monday, 3:30
p.m., Grill Rm., Michigan League.
LZ.F.A.: The intermediate study
group will meet Tues., Mar. 1, 7:45
p.m., Michigan Union.
U. of M. Dames Book Group:
Meet at the home of Mrs. James
Peters, 520 E. William, Mar. 2, 8
p.m. Mrs. George Sawyer from the
League of Women Voters will
speak on Council Manager gov-
ernment. Mrs. James Edman may
be called for transportation
(phone 2-6755).
American Society of Mechanical
Engineers field trip to Kelvinator's
Detroit plant. Buses leave from
front of E. Engineering Bldg.,
Wed. and Thurs., Mar. 2 and 3,

at 12 noon. Sign list on ASME bul-
letin board outside mechanical
laboratory. Members, 50 cents;
non-members, 75 cents.
Undergraduate Physics Club:
Meeting, Tues., Mar. 1, 2038 Ran-
dall Laboratory, 7:30 p.m. Election
of officers.
Coffee Hour: Michael Straight,
editor of New Republic, guest, en-
tire student body and faculty in-
vited. Sponsored by ADA, 4:15-
5:30 p.m., Tues., Mar. 1, Michigan
Union.
The editor of "New Republic",
Michael Straight, will speak on
"The Challenge of the Fair Deal",
at 8:15 p.m., Tues., Mar. 1, Kellogg
Auditorium; sponsored by ADA.
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SHIRLEY RUSSELL, Sporano
GLADYS SWARTHOUT, Mezzo-Soprano
TANN WILLIAMS, Contralto
SET SVANIHOLM, Tenor
HAROLD HAUGH, Tenor
MARTIAL SINGHER, Baritone
ERICA MORINI, Violinist

GREGOR PIATIGORSKY, Violoncellist
BENNO MOISEIWITSCH, Pianist
EUGENE ORMANDY, Conductor
ALEXANDER HILSBERG, Conductor
THOR JOHNSON, Conductor
MARGUERITE HOOD, Conductor
PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA
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THURSDAY, MAY 5, 8:30 SAT
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Prelude to "Parsifal" "Ah, Spietato"
"Gralserzablung" from "Lohengrin" "Art Thou Tro
Rome Narrative from "Tannhauser" "Per lui che a
Set Svanholm in Algeri" .
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Entrance of the Gods into Valhalla Symphony, "M
both from "Das Rheingold" E se un giorno
Siegfried's Funeral Music Bialero; Melvic
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Entrance of the Masters from "Die Meistersinger" SU
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University Choral Union Tann William
Soloists: Shirley Russell, Soprano Contralto
Martial Singher, Baritone Gregor
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