THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Surprising Gophers Win
First Conference Crown
Dolan Second to Eddleinan in High Jump;
Barten Third in 880 as Whitfield Triumphs
AP SPORT FLASHES
PHILADELPHIA - Shortstop two-base error by rookie first base-
Eddie Joost smashed out four hits man Gordon Goldsberry gave the
to drive in six runs and right- New York Yankees a 4-3 triumph
hander Carl Scheib allowed one over the Chicago White Sox yes-
safety in six innings of relief to: terday.
lead the Philadelphia Athletics to * * *
a 15-7 triumph yesterday over the ST. LOUIS-The Brooklyn Dod-
Detroit Tigers. gers smeared the St. Louis Cardi-
By winning, the A's vaulted past nals, 15-6, yesterday with Jackie
Detroit into second place in the Robinson leading the rout by driv-
American League pennant race. ing home six runs.
... a third
'Big Ten' Title
EVANSTON, Ill. - (P) - The
Western Conference henceforth
will be called the "Big Ten," even
though new member Michigan
State College does not compete
until the 1950-51 school year.
Walt Byers, Conference publi-
cist, explained yesterday that the
Spartans, who were admitted Fri-
day, now have a voice in all league
By BILL CONNALLY
(Special to The Daily)
EVANSTON-The Gophers of
Minnesota tallied 49 points here
yesterday to win their first Big
Nine outdoor track title, as the
Wolverines racked up 14 points
to finish sixth in the 49th annual
Western Conference outdoor track
and field championships.
Second place went to Ohio State
with 373/4; Wisconsin was third
with 36. Illinois and Indiana were
tied for fourth with 35 each as
Purdue, Northwestern and Iowa
finished at the end of the field in
INDIANA'S CHUCK Peters was
the standout performer of the day
as he set a new record for the 220
yard dash. His time of :21.2 was
four-tenths of a second better
than the previousConference rec-
ord for a 220-yard run around a
curve, and equals the best Amer-
ican collegiate time for the same
The Wolverines failed to win
any firsts, as they scored four
points both in the half mile and
high jump, three in the two
mile, two in the mile relay and
one in the high hurdles.
In the 880, Mal Whitfield of
Ohio State won in easy fashion
with the good time of 1:52.4. Don
Gehrmann of Wisconsin was sec-
ond, Herb Barten of Michigan fin-
ished third and teammate Bob
Thomason captured fifth. Barten
was timed at 1:54.5.
IN THE HIGH JUMP, won by
the great Dike Eddleman of Illi-
nois, Tom Dolan of the Wolverines
outjumped last year's champion,
Lou Irons, also of Illinois, to fin-
Dolan cleared his consistent
six feet four inches, as Eddle-
man's winning height was six
feet six and one-eighth inches.
His attempt to better the con-
ference record of six, seven and
one-quarter was unsuccessful.
The first mile of the two mile
race saw Dick Blanchard of Pur-
due, Dave DeWitte of Indiana and
Jim Urquhart of Wisconsin
battling it out for the lead posi-
tion. Justin Williams of Michigan
was running seventh in the field
of 18 men.
BOSTON-Joe Dobson pitched a
classy shutout yesterday as the
Red Sox climbed over the Cleve-
land Indians into sixth place by
beating the World Champions 4-0
before the largest seated crowd
since Tom Yawkey took over own-
ership of the Boston American
* * *
PITTSBURGH - An eighth-
inning explosion that netted
seven runs enabled the Boston
Braves to rout the Pittsburgh
Pirates 8 to 2 yesterday and
take the rubber game of their
NEW YORK - Brilliant relief
pitching by Fred Sanford and a
ington Senators continued their
mastery of the St. Louis Browns
yesterday, with a two-run rally
in the ninth that meant a 7-6
* * *
CHICAGO-Hank Borowy pitch-
ed and hit the Philadelphia Phil-
lies to a 5-1 victory over his for-
mer Chicago Cub mates here yes-
terday before a Ladies Day turn-
out of 18,840. It was his third win
of the season and his second over
Indiana 5, Northwestern 2
Illinois 12, Ohio State 7
Purdue 7, Wisconsin 4
THE WOLVERINE pulled into
first place just before the final:
440, but began to weaken and
dropped back into third, behind
Vic Twomey of the Illini.
Urquhart turned on a ter-
rific kick in the final 220, to
win the race with the good time
of 9:22.6. Twomey faded on the
last hundred yards, but Williams
couldn't quite catch him, as he
crossed the line third in a burst
In the high hurdles, all six com-
. . .a second
petitors finished hard as there was
a scramble at the tape in a tight
* * *
FINAL RESULTS revealed that
Fred Brass of Minnesota had
smashed across the line ahead of
the field and was followed across
by teammate Jim Neilson, who
finished second in the qualifying
heat won by Michigan's Mitchell
Jim Gill of Wisconsin sprinted
in ahead of both the Mitchells as
Indiana's Tom beat the Wolver-
ine's Jim out of fourth place.
for the Master of Music degree.
She is a pupil of Arthur Hackett.
Her program will include composi-
tions by Beethoven, Donaudy, Zan-;
donai, Recli, Salter and Faure, andc
will be open to the public.
Museum of Art: American Print-
making, 1913-1947, and "18th Cen-
tury England" (Life Photographs),
through May 28; L. Moholy-Nagy,
through May 31. Alumni Memo-l
rial Hall; daily, 9-5, Sundays, 2-5.
The public is invited.
Senior Society: Meeting for new
members, 2 p.m., ABC Room, Lea-
U. of M. Hot Record Society:
Business meeting, including elec-
tion of officers and a program fea-
turing such jazz immortals as Bix
Beiderbecke, Louis Armstrong and
Richard Garet, 8 p.m., League
Ballroom. Everyone invited. r
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation:7
Awards tea will be held at the
Foundation this afternoon at 4:30
p.m. Student awards, as well as
the sorority-fraternity cooperation
cup, will be presented. Guestt
speaker will be Mr. Philip Slomo-
vitz, editor of the Detroit JewishE
Roger Williams Guild: Supper,
fellowship and worship at Guild
House, 6 p.m. Kenneth Sisson,
president of local CIO will speakt
on "Goals of Labor."'
Canterbury Club: Last meeting
of the semester, picnic supper at
the home of Mr. Reardon Peirsol,
625 Oxford Rd. Games and sports,
3:30 p.m.; supper, 5:30 p.m. Eve-
ning program: panel discussion en-
titled, "The Christian Responsi-
bilities in the Professions." Law,
Architecture, Engineering, and
Physics will be represented.
Wesley Foundation: 5:30 p.m.,
Dr. Roy Teele, recently returned
from China will speak on "Four
Christian Workers at Nanking."
6:30, supper and fellowship.
Unitarian Student Group. Meet
at 6:30 p.m. for supper and dis-
cussion of program for coming
year, with a reviewing of summer
conference and work camp op-
Michigan Christian Fellowship.
Farewell from Seniors, Fireside
Room, Lane Hall, 4:30 p.m.
La p'tite causette: Monday, 3:30
p.m., Grill Room, Michigan Lea-
Trip to Mexico: Anyone wanting
tips on what to do in Mexico,
where to stay, etc., can get them
in 408 Romance Language Bldg.,
Mon., May 23, at 4 p.m. Last year's
scholarship holders will be there,
to give information 'on the Uni-
versity of Mexico Summer School.
Student Legislature Cabinet meet-
ing: 4 p.m., Mon., May 23, Rm.
Committee on Student Affairs:
Meeting at 3 p.m., May 24, Rm.
1011, Angell Hall.
Graduate Student Council: Fin-
al meeting of the semester, Tues.,
May 24, 7:30 p.m., West Lecture
Rm., Rackham Bldg. Important
that all departments be represent-
ed. Send substitutes if unable to
Michigan Union Opera: Script
writers, lyric writers, and music
writers interested in working on
the next Union Opera meet Wed.,
May 25, Michigan Union, Rm. 3K,
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Big; Ten Track Summaries
120;Yard High Hurdles-1, Fred
Brass (Minn.) ; 2, Jim Nielson
(Minn.); 3, Jim Gill, (W) ; 4, Tom
Mitchell (I); 5, Jim Mitchell (M).
Broad Jimp-1, Jim Holland (N
U); 2, George Kailas (W); 3, Lou
Irons (1); 4, Jewell Daily, (P) ; 5,
John Blair (P). Distance, 24 ft.
880-Yard Run-1, Mal Whitfield
(OSU); 2, Don Gehrmann (W);
3 Herb Barten (M); 4, Don Wash-
ington (OSU); 5, Bob Thomason
Discus-1, Bill Miller (OSU) ;
2, Byrl Thompson (Minn.); 3, Jim
Roberson (Ind.); 4, Cliff Anderson
(Ind.); 5, Matt Kokor (OSU).
Distance-137 ft., 4 in.
220-Yard Dash-1, Charles Pe-
ters (Ind.); 2, Tom Mason (Minn);
3, Bill Buster (I); 4, Harry Cogs-
well (OSU); 5, Harold Omer (P).
Time - :21.2 (breaks conference
record for around one curve and
equals American college record).
Two- Mile Run-1, Jim Urqu-
hart (W); 2, Vic Twomey (1); 3,
Justin Williams (MY; 4, Dave De
Witte (Ind); 5, Dick Kilty (Minn).
Pole Vault - 1, Tom Bennett
(W); 2, Sam Stotlar (I); 3, Tie
between Harry Cooper (Minn.),
Ted Sox (Ind.), and Larry Busby
(P). Distance-14 ft., 0 in.
220-Yard Low Hurdles-i, Lee
Hofacre (Minn); 2, Fred Brass
(Minn.); 3, Bill Garrett (Ind.);
4, Bob Hinkle (I); 5, Jim Nielson
Mile Relay-i, Ohio State .(Kunz,
Cogswell, Whitaker and Whit-
field); 2, Wisconsin; 3, Minnesota;
4, Illinois; 5, Michigan. Time-
High Jump-1, Dike Eddleman
(I); 2, Tom Dolan (M); 3, Lou
Irons (1); 4, Tie among Abe Dunn
(NU), John Murphy (OSU), Ed
Jones (P) ; and Dick Erdenberger
(Ia). Distance-6 ft., 618 in.
Mile Run-i, Don Gehrmann
(W); 2, Bob Owens (Ind.); 3,
Frank D'Arcy (OSU); 4, Bob
Downs (1); 5, Bob Rodibaugh (P).'
440-Yard Run-t, Mal Whit-
field (OSU); 2, Harry Cogswell
(OSU); 3, Bob Comer' (Minn.);
4, Bill Buster (1); 5, Bob Mans-
field (W). Time-:48.5.
Shot-Put - 1, Jim Roberson
(Ind.); 2, Byrl Thompson (Minn.);
3, Norm Wasser (I); 4, Cliff An-
derson (Ind.); 5, Ted Bleckwenn
(W). Distance-52 ft., 8 in.
10-Yard Dash-1, Charles Pet-
ers (Ind.); 2, Clark Rice (Minn.);
3, Harold Omer (P); 4, Tom Ma-
son (Minn.); 5, Charles May (P).
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