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dent Guild: Bethlehem Church,
5:30 p.m. Mr. James L. Stoner,
national director of the University
Christian Mission, will speak and
lead a discussion on the subject
"A College Student's Religion."
Lutheran Student Association:'
Choir rehearsal at 4:30 p.m., Zion
Lutheran Parish Hall. Supper,
meeting, 5:30 p.m. Dr. Raymond
Seeger, George Washington Uni-
versity, one of the outstanding
physicists of America, will speak.
Michigan Christian Fellowship:
Dr. R. J. Voskuyl, department of
chemistry, Wheaton College, will
speak on "Christianity and /or~
Science," 4:30 p.m., Fireside Room,
Lane Hall. Everyone is welcome.
Hillel Foundation: Sunday af-
ternoon-Rabbi Leon Fram from
Temple Israel, Detroit, will speak
on "'Religion in a Changing
World." Sunday evening, gradu-
ate students' mixer.
Roger Williamns Guild: Dinner,
fellowship and worship at Guild
House, 6 p.m. Guest speaker will
be Dr. George P. Gilmour, chan-
cellor of McMaster University.
Unitarian Studlen t Group meets
at 6 :30, p.m. at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Berlow, 1215
Willard Street. for an evening of
folk music from around the world.
Westminster Guild: Informal'
supper meeting at 5 :30 p.m. Guild
fellowship meeting at 6:30. Mr.
Edward V. Tehiehoff will speak.
If. of M. Student Players cast-
ing for "Boy Meets Girl."
Sun., March 6, 2-5 p.m., Union,
Doctor, Rosetti; Chauffeur, Rod-
ney Bevan; Young Man, Major
Thompson; Studio Officer, Green
and Slade, Radio Announcer.
Sunr., March 6, 7-10 p.m., Un-
ion, Robert Law, J. Carlyle Ben-
son, 2 male leads.
The A.S.C.E. is conducting a sur-
vey within the Civil Engincering
Department to determine student
interest i'n the Honor System. A
questionnaire will be distributed
this Monday and Tuesday. Civil
Engineering students who will as-
sist in the distribution of these
questionnaires are requested to
pick them up Mon., in room 306
West Engineering Bldg.
Coming Events
Double Bill of Opera by Puc-
cini will be presented by the de-
partment of speech in conjunction
with the school of music Wed.
through Sat., 8 p~m., Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre. "Sister Angel-
ica" and 'Gianni Schcchi" are
the two operas being given. Tic-
kets go on sale tomorrow morning
at the theatre box office, which
is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation,- - --
Mon., March 7, 7:30 p.m. All those Mcia oFco
interested are urged to attend. BreH ni nF
Southerner's Club: Organiza- Btn eni nF
tional meeting, Mon., March 7,i By HUGH QUINN
7:30 p.m., Room 3A, Union. All 700 (Special to The Daily)
students from south of the Mason-, CHAMPAIGN, Ill--Wisconsin's
Dixon Line are urged to attend. cindermen upset the dopesters
If you are interested in joining yesterday when they tied favored!
the club, but cannot be at the Ohio State for the Western Con-
meeting, please contact Ann Cot- ference Indoor Track and Field
ton at 217 Betsy Barbour House, Championship with 38 points.
or Joe Epstein at 415 Winchell Illinois finished third with 35
Hous, Wst Qad.I points, and Michigan made its
House WestQuad worst sh~owing in years by wind-
Phi Sigma: Regular meeting ing up in seventh place with 131,/
Mon., March 7th, 8 p.m. Rackhamrn points.
Amphitheatre. Program: "Collect- X
ing Fungi in the Western United DION GEIIRMANN led Wiscon-
States" by Alexander H. Smith, sin to its upset, tie by taking two
Associate Professor of Botany and3 firsts and sparking. the Badger
Botanist in the University Her- mile relay team to a New Confer-
barium. Illustrated. Business meet- ence record of 3:18.6. Ohio took
ing: 7:30 p.m. for the initiation of second in the relay, but didn't get
new members. Program open t;) th~e necessary points to stave off
the public. the Wisconsin drive.
-- -- Gehrmann took' his first win
University of Michigan Dames' of the afternoon when he won
Music Group will meet at the home the mile run in 4:16.1. Frank
of Mrs. Don Thomas, 3501 S. State D'Arcy of Ohio took the lead
St., Mon., March 7, 8 p.m. Mrs.l at beginning of the last lap,~
Claybourne Mitchell, as program b~ut Gehrmann sprinted p)ast
chairman, has scheduled Misr; him on the back stretch and
Juana (de Laban, assistant super- won01 by eighty yards.
visor in physical education at the 130)) masnwho was in-
University of Michigan, to speak .lured in is fall Pricday night,
on interpretive dancing and bal- dropped out at the end of the
let. Hostesses will be Mrs. Charles first half mile. 'Thomason injured
Madden, and Mrs. George Towe. 1)th his leg.s when he got caught

as Injuries Hatuper
nal Big Nina Races


mn a jairi in thfe half mile p line= In
M~odernit ery ht :lb-Meeyt iti i maries.I
for discussion wit h University Le(t-j
hirer Edward Davison, poet and I(J';IIR:iVJANN' other wini came
critic. 8 p.m., Mon., Michigan as expec tedl in the 880-yard rum.
League. fSee 1)111(let iihloard for The B gt re woni by 40 Ya rd-;
room. as lh et a New"rConferen ce and
Cll lnois Armory r cordi of 1:53.1.
W~omen's Researchl Club: 8pm. Don WasliniiAoii of Ohio finishied

Mon., March 7. West Lecture
Room, Rackham Bldg. Miss H. Ar-'
liss Denyes and Miss Margery S.
Anthony will speak on "Biologi-
cal Studies in the Big Bend Re-
gion of Texas."
Sigma kho Tau Stump Speak-
ers' Society meeting. General pro-
gram: General circles prepare for
March 15 imnpromptu prelimin-
ary contest, Organization of Sales
and Executive Problems Circles.
Remember debate with U. of Det.,
March 16. Meeting Tues., March
8, 7 p.m., 2084, E. Engine Bldg.
Senior Society will meet at 7:15
P.m., Tues., March 8 in the Lea-.
gue Chapel.
University of Michigan Dames
General Meeting will meet in the
Assembly Room of the Rackham,
March 8 at 8 p.m. The Clef Club
has scheduled the Lyra Male Chor-
us as the entertainment for the
evening. Mr. Charles Taylor is
director of the chorus.
Mathematics Club. The Univer -
sity of Michigan Mathematics Club
will meet Tues., March 8, at 8 pm.,
in the West Conference Room,
Rackham Bldg.
Prof. A. H. Copeland will speak
on "Cybernetics and the Reminis-
censes of a Linear Graph."
Le Cercle Francais meets Wed.,
March 9, at 8 p.m. in the Michigan
League. A film on the province
Champagne will be shown. Popu-
lar French songs, social games.
New members admitted.'

. , __


P'tite causette: Mon., 3:30
Grill Room, Michigan Lea-

Sociedad Hispanica : Social Hour,
Mon., March 7, 4 to 6 p.m., Inter-
national Center.
Itillelzapoppin -- Ticket . Corn-
mitee: There will be a meeting,
Mon., at 4:15 p.m. in the Grand
Rapids Room of the League. All
interested welcome.
Modern Hebrew: Beginning class
in Modern Hebrew will meet at the

Wolverine Herb Barten, who
has been handicapped all sea-
snby a foot injury incurred in
last summer's European tour,
was unable to meet the pace setj
by Gehrmnann, and hie droppedJ
out with two laps remaining.
Barten has held the half-mile
cr'own for the last three years,
and in 194'7, he set the Confer-
ence and Armory record at 1:53.9.
one precious point as hie finished
fifth for Michigan.
Lloyd Duff, the Ohio State
hurdler, took two wins to be-
come the meet's second double
winner. Duff won the 70-yard
highs in :08.7, and the lows in
Sophomore Jim Mitchell finish-
ed close behind Duff in both hur-
dles to give Michigan eight points.
Duff was the returning champion
and American record. holder in
the highs.
MICHIGAN picked up seven
points in the low hurdles when
Clay Holland and Don Hoover
took fourth and fifth.
Harold Omer, Purdue sopho-
more, nosed out Defending
Champion Chuck Peters in the
60-yard dash. Omer's winning
time of :06.3 bettered Peters'
last ,year's time by one-tenth of
a second. Northwestern placed
two men in the sprint, Ed. _Tun-f
nicliff and Jim Holland.
Wolverine Art Henrie, favoring
an injured muscle, scratched from
semi-finals of the 60.
Buckeye Mal Whitfield, the
Olympic 800-meter Champion,
set his own pace in winning the
440-yard dash in :49.7. Mich-
igan's Rod Warren, who finish-
ed fifth, was disqualified and
the point was transferred to
Inidi ana.
IN THiE POLE vault, which was
scheduled to be the meet's closest
event, three men tied for first
place honors. Illini Dion Laz, a
sophoinore, joined last year's co-
(lhampions, Tom Bennett of Wis-
consin and Harry Cooper of Min-
nesot~a in the top) height of 141
W~olveinei Ed Ulvestad and
Purdue's Larry Busby both
clea red 13 feet, 8 inches to tie
for fourth place.
Michiganl's relay team of Jimt


Morrish, Ron Soble, Rod Warren
and Bob Sergeson failed to place
behind Wisconsins record break -
ing 3:18.6.
The only two teamns behind
Michigan were Northwestern with
10 points, and Iowca, who failed
to score.
sunup laries
ONE-MILE-first, Gehrman,
Wis.; second, D'Aey, OSU;
third, D~own s, Il.; fourth,
Owens, Ind: fifth, Schimmel,
Minn. Time: 4:6.1
60-YARD l)ASll1lFirst, Or
Pur.; second, Peters, Ind.; third,
Rice, Minn.; fourth, Tunicijf,
NU.; fifth, loland, N. 'hree:
BROAD JUM11I - Fist, Daily,{
Pur., 24 ft. 7 in.; second, haol- '
land, NU., 2:3 ft., 103" i.; third,
Tunnicliff, NU., 23 ft., 9!: in.;
fourth, Lethol, Il.,23 it., 8?
in.; fifth Lai, Il., 23 ft., 3 ..in.
(New Conference recordI; old
record ~ (I2.4ft., 51-4iw. IN Pall ii
M~iller, P1'udue, i)1 7.
051; ilansfield, AV'is,r'.ethird,
WIhipiple, 4R is.; foarh, C og-
well, 081 Ifih liIiot Id.
70-YAli t)I hZ it-;Fist. 9Fi'uff
OS I; secoid,XMitihell,Alih.
third, bras, &ioia, : fowurhGil,
Tiie --:0&7
4iLOI(7I1Il 1'-lirsi, 14'assr.
Ili., 53 1f..,:;'-i i, scond ,An
derson, hInd., 52 £ , 3, in.
third,(l. Grdicti, f'dixm., 51 ft.,
1VI in; Robersor:, 111q.. 51 ft.,
51 it., I in.
T6VO-;MILE--Firs, Urquhart,j
wirc.; second TwomeyiiC, I.:
third, DehngerhId.; fourth,1
Rodilbau;;h.Purdue; fith, Jews-
bury, Ill. linie-9:25.7.
880-YAR) - Fjst Gehrmann, l
Wise.;- second, Washing ton, OS
U; third, Downey, Ill.; fourth,
Klink, Puir.; fithI, ILindquist,
Mich. Time~ 1:531. (New Wesi-'
ern Conference Indoor and A-
miory Record. Old (Coference I
Record 1:53.9, by Charles Horn-
bostel, Indiana, 1933, and Ilerb
Barten, Mich., 1947. Old IllinoisroyRcd1:1.byB - t
ten, 1947).l
HIGH JUMP-First, Mtrphy, t
OSU, 6 ft., 51<" i.; second,ErnIl,6f.V',i;trdr
(3-way tie) Anderson, Ill., Nor-
ton, Ind., and Jones, Pu-., 6 ft.,
3 in.
70-YARD LOWS-First, Duff,
OSU; second, Mitchell, Mich.;
third, Nielsen, Minn; fourth,
Holland, Mlih.; fifth, Hoover,c
Michigan. Time :08.
POLE VAULT-La, Ill., Se-l
nett, Wise., and Cooper, Minn.,I
14 ft.; fourth, Busby, Pur., and1
Ulvestad, Mich., 13 ft 8 in.
Wise., (Whipple, Goldi, Gehr-
mann, Mansfield) , 3:18.6 sec-1
ond, OSU, 3:10.1 ; third, Il.,
3:21.5; fourth, Pur., 3:21.6~ fifth,1
Minn., 3:2..
by the week
IREAKFAS ./.78:10 AM
LUNCH .... 11:301:30
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There is a great controversyI
raging in Wolverine sport circles!
as to whether fencing, the world's
oldest spoi't, shall be restored to
varsity status ait the University
'Ihle obvious~ in all these discus-
s~ions is thie "act thatu fencing is a
,port that very few know anythin;
about. So leg s clear up the fcg and
tell a bit ab~out: 1 sport. of king ; j
:111 Moiityl.;
"'l'llER1: A18 'l'lll ",K \\apl5
II(, t~~'and IIit'
'The foil is I he hlib tecst o, tlil
threesome. It w as originally do-I
silned x, as a )Veiaiilary uw('8 j:.3
to tir~ ii lithe,110 vice illi . 1ti ch-
Ak; (gi OFlUo iLI=oEdfoil
ll and dcx eop( into stBt;" aI,
h i hly com~p :c :l.ed sor'd skill It, t
it wvaS Soonl t itt'coi par withP
it s heavier rela Ii t cs.
Thle Epee Ciof U7.ilhO". t isC
direct descendcnt ofL theFr'i's
dueling swoird or Rtapier. Thi ules
for~ itsIuse are b V-ralx stnia to
the rules for foil play.

(Special to The Daily)
Ohio State's Buckeyes literally
dove their way into the Western
Conference swimming title here
last night as Michigan sank to
third, their lowest finish in seven-
teen years.
The Ohiloans amassed a total
S words men,


CWU, pIllUis boxers Battle
In Tourney This Week
The campus' highest boxing' There are still many openings
honor will be placed on the blockinte18 155, 165, and 175 pound
this week when the All-Campus divisions. Also, there has been only
Boxing Tourney gets under way. one heavyweight entered in the
To the competitor voted' the open division so far.
outstanding fighter in the tourna-
ment, regardless of weight class, OETRTEEo n te
wil goa. eplcaof he rwik-weight class, new hopefuls must
Setomner Trophy, an inpressive I attend a pca etn ihSt
piee o hadwae wichis owomer in the boxing gym of the
on display in the showcase of the Sports Building tomorrow after-
Sports Building. noon at 4 p.m. If unable to at-
tend this meeting, you may leave
campus is eligible to participate your name at the I-M office.
in the show. Early entries promise All fighters who have been
local boxing addicts a fine card working out in preparation for
of bouts when the night of March the tournament are also asked
12th rolls around, to attend the meeting.
Boxing director, Lee Setomer, The boxing gym will be avail-
still wants more candidates able this week for entrants to
hiowever. Yesterday hie issued an work out prior to the fights. Set-
invitation to all those interested omer will be on hand' Monday,
who have not already signed up, Wednesday, and Friday afternoons
to do so before the entries are for instruction sessions, to help

A 10% 1;i'scount
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of 68 points of which 24 were inl
the two diving events while Iowa,
finishing second with 51 points,
was only able to rack uip four
diving points.
MICHIGAN, second until the'
final relay event, was shut out
entirely in the diving while piling
up 49 points. Trailing the Wol-
verines were Purdue with 27
points, Northwestern 29, Minne-
sota, four points, Indiana two
points and Wisconsin and Illinois
with no points.
Big Keith Carter of Purdue
stole the spotlight from. a group
of lbrilliant divers as he turned
in his second record breaking;
performance in two nights to
climax a brilliant individual
Cshow by the lanky boilermaker.
Carter, who had broken the Big
Nine record in the breast stroke
by five seconds Friday night, rae-
ed to a new world's record in the
150 yard individual medley with
a 1:31.2 timing. The clocking also
established a Western Conference
standard for the race, which wasi
being swum for the first: time in
a Big Nine meet.
LAST NIGHT'S diving wa>.:
hot hinug short of superb iaf i4'
jiert rolled iup)rnor-e It i,)n a40"
l paints off' the high board.L
Bruce Harlan, Obio's (fly pi
jchampion, led the ptack as ex_
peetedl with a tzst:i of 4 7e.7
p~oints with Dave 11rockh way of
.la lvitaking .1,Survrise secondl
with 415.95 points.
Charlie (Chelicli of fN'orthwe's-
I i tfok thirdi in the boart0
tent ,a.;(lie Oli~ta u1s Ii phietia
l it, hom. thiri'perfet')-2 -:3-4 fitn-
ishi of Frid*ay night: but. ,Jol ut
:imnpsom amidlobie Bhiling sle
itnaged to pick up fourth a.rndi
fifth place money for tile Buck..
'TWO OTHER records fell du-
ig the course of the dlay's evenL II
as Olympic champions Wally RbisI
and Bill Smith set new standards
in their specialties.
Ris, Iowa's great captain,
turned in. a 51.3 timing~ in the

iwreliminrIe;s of the 100 yard
free style to lover the old mark
by a half' second.
He came back with at 51.4 in thei
finals to edge Mcia' Dick
Weinberg by two feet anid ret-.ain
his Big Nine title.
SMITHI. THE fabulous Buckeye
free styles who aSwe, ;,rs to thet
name of "The Whale ", raced the
440 in 4 :43.4 to lower the old
mark by almost three seconds.
Ile was pus'hed for most of
the r~ace by North-western's Bill M
liheusner but -when the Big Hla- r
Bad "ers Ruin
Gopherus' Title
MADISON, Wis.,-_-A---i/'G Wiscon-I
siB7, llayin); attight, possessive,
amne, camne fr~om behind in the l
last half last~ night- to defeat Min-
nesota's Gophers, 45-43.
Trailiniv, 27-21,. at the half, the
B~adgers fough;lt to a 39-35 lead
and the;) : t,1ld down to0 keetping
, cr5Y(' -ioii of the ball, risking, few
,Ilol ,. XViset uisin i iefttsed six free
i wows, taikng I lie lot it'nl-of-
V~iscon Sjin ltd. 4o 3, bi; t ophrr
forw'\ardl ,1v( I itiiinin
ogle ' tre tt A\ iii'oldone i .t110I
' .sket. Iiiht itnal nuit oil eMbi-'
. i~ia t',iiil litti at )l sai"i, .}lutl }
;lrrhx' field gt l )1 t i \V i~s ni
Gs as a)LI t, te2 n 111 sOf0
' lt' bail atd hlid iiit thii l Cho
t iiyil gutn.
Wiscosiii ma iislxvwr' sBob
liaar low';,6 fot, 6inch Utility
maen, who scoed 1 jiints ad
shone 4111 rehi i i ki n 1? his last I
college :.a i:'. don el feldt
topped W s"icils(ormngxwith
1.4 points, i he.r- McIntyre
tallied. 16 foriheit Gophers. {
The load chanfged six times dur-
ing the first halt.
wiseom1is ;Conference record
tands at 5 victories and 7 de-
i oats. awh ile ?Mimnnesota has had 9.r
victories andl 3 defeats.I

wa'«iian turned on v th e stea
there was no s-topping, himt. lie
won, by tNwo body leng:ths, with
Hleusner hangting on to second
ahead of the %% olverine dis-
tance duo of Miatf +Marn 111and
Gus Stager.
Michigan entered 1 h- final1
eveint leading Ioa by tw1O points,
but the Wolverines: who hlst
anchor man Bill Kogen clue to)
an oversightf in the entry list:;,
couldn't k eep up with the awk
Needing a seconad toy finish sec-
ond the Wolverines ,tr ied valiant--
ly but the trio of Be rnie Kian,
Bob Sohl and Tom Coate's ('0(11(-
n't quite ma ke it.
Coates dove wtvith a-slight leadc
over Ohio's Ha:lo Hirose but he
was no match for' the Buckey ,
despite a brilliant effort.
100-yard Freestyle: first, Rs
Iowa; second, Weintberg;, Mich..
igan: third, Thomas,, Pui re:
fourth, Ilarose, Ohio State;
fifth, Garst, Iowa. T1ime, 51.4.
1511-yard Individual ;Medley:
first,('a rtr, Pu1rduc: siecolftl,
B1 Ichiga n: fourth, iWhlite, mli -
Iua; fifth, Rodeuioacla, Ohiio
i Vold's America.n and lBig Tenr
jzecord. Old nark set by(Ca)r-
j tr.,I1:3-.1..
'110t) - ,3 d lI s': ,tyle: first, Sae scld
Smit iO I Stte; slconda
Big 'ren Recov~rd, 4,ld mark 4:4M.,
by Jack H:ill, Ohio State, 1917).
lughBardFanctry 1Diving-'
firt, arlnOhio State; sec-
on1d, rokwIowa; third,
CUhelich, Ntorth~western; fourth,
Sinmpson, Ohio State; fifth, Bil--
lingsley, Ohio State.
300-yard Medley Relay: :first,
Iowa (1)raves, Stassforth, aind
Straub) -,5('c~iid. 0Ohio State;
third, Michigan; fourth, .;dil
nesota: fifth, Northwestern.
Time, 2 tninutes, 54.5 seconds.

closed and the pairings decided
tomorrow inight.

the newcomers get

into boxing



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