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dents live in a condemned build-
ing here-"a welcome shelter to
young men who might otherwise
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restaurant," according to UNESCO
p u b li c a t i o n, "Universities in
(Special to The Daily)
nastics team decisevely trounced
Ohio State University yesterday
to take its fifth straight meet of
the season and remain undefeat-
ed. The score was 61-34.
For the second straight time a
team failed to show up for a meet
in which the Wolverines were in-
volved. Purdue, scheduled to
round out what was slated to be
a triangular contest, did not ap-
CAPTAIN PETE Barthell scored
another double win, but was sec-
ond in the team scoring to soph-
more sensation Connie Ettl who
came through with sparkling form
to rack up 14 points aid lead both
Barthell, despite the fact that
he did not work in the tumbling
event, for which he holds the
Western Conference champion-
ship, walked off with 12 points
on firsts in the side horse and
the parallel bars.
Ettl got his evening's total for
a victory in the horizontal bar, a
second in the parallel bars, and a
third in the flying rings.
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THE WOLVERINES started off
with a bang by sweeping the side
horse, Barthell, Bob Checkley and
Jeff Knight finishing in that or-
der. Coach Newt Loken's charges
went on to take firsts in all but
one of the remaining events, on
Only one sad note dampened
the highly pleased Michigan ac-
robats. Cordie Levenson damiag-
ed his ankle on a center cross
DO YOU KNOW ... that Tom
Harmon holds the Michigan in-
tramural 50 yard dash record.
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support in his opening stunt and
may not get a chance to per-
form in the very important
Michigan State meet this week.
Before the unfortunate spill in
the trampoline, Levenson had
turned in a beautiful piece of
tumbling to tie Tom Tillman for
LOKEN GOT SOME unexpect-
edly fine support for his regulars
from Bob Checkley, who managed
a second in the horse and a third
in the parallel bars.
Wally Nieman ant Bob Wyllie
took fifths in the parallel bars
and horizontal bar respectively
for another welcome points ad-
dition. National champion Ed
Buchanan remained unbeaten in
the trampoline whine perhaps
themost satisfying performance
of th day came from Sam Dud-
ley who finished second to the
Dudley, a fine tramp artist in
his own right, has had the un-
fortunate luck of being on the
same team with the nation's three
finest tramp stars and as a re-
sult has not been able to show his
(Special to Tne Daily)
By BILL CONNOLLY
CHAMPAIGN-The same Ohio
State team that lost by 10 points
to Michigan in a dual meet last
week bounced back yesterday, edg-
ing the second place Wolverines
by a 2%' point margin, to win the
Big Ten Indoor Championship
with a total of 35 points.
Taking their only first place in
the deciding mile relay, the Buck-
eyes finished ahead of Illinois,
third with 31% points; Purdue,
fourth with 24%; Wisconsin, fifth
with 19% and Minnesota, Indiana,
Iowa and Northwestern, who fin-
ished in that order.
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THREE CONFERENCE records
were broken, one of them by Mich-
igan's sophomore, Don McEwen,
who ran a 9:07.2 two-mile to shat-
ter the previous record by three
and a half seconds.
Wisconsin's Don Ghermann,
winner in both the mile and
half-mile, broke the 12-year old
mile record of 4:11.1 by turning
in a 4:10.4 performance. He
now holds Conference records in,
The third record fell in the pole
vault when Illinois' Don Laz clear-
ed 14 feet, 3%8 inches to better the
previous mark by two inches.
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THE ILLINOIS junior then mov-
ed the bar up to the coveted 15
foot mark, but pulled a muscle on
his second attempt at that height
to end his day's workout.
Michigan's Ed Ulvestad took a
second in the vaulting event with
a jump of 13-10.
The other first registered by the
Wolverines came from consistent
Charlie Fonville who took a first
DO YOU KNOW.... that the
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six consectuive years by the Michi-
Do You Know...
that in the 1948 athletic season,
the University of Michigan won
championships in Big Nine base-
ball, football, basketball, golf,
in addition to ranking its hockey
team among the top squads of
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in the shot-put with a toss of 53
feet, one inch.
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MICHIGAN failed to score only
in the mile run and in the 44
and placed two men in the two
Big Ten Ciud
ONE MILE RUN: 1-Don Geh-
rmann, Wisconsin; 2-Leonard
Truex, Ohio State; 3-Dean Pie-
per, Northwestern; 4-F r a n k
Owens, Indiana; 5-Jack Davis
Iowa. Time 4:10.4 (NewConference
and Armory records. Former Rec-
ords-Conference: 4:11.1, Charles
Fenske, Wisconsin, 1938, Armory:
4:13.9, Walt Jewsbury, Illinois
60 YARD DASH: ,1-Clark Rice
Minnesota; 2-Charles Peters, In-
diana; 3-Tom Mason, Minneso-
ta; 4-Charles Ricketts, Illinois;
5-Arthur Henrie, Michigan. Time
440 YARD RUN: 1-Frank Har-
der, Purdue; 2-Ronald Meyer
Purdue; 3-Gene Cole, O h i o
State; 4-Richard Upton, Illinois;
5-Leroy Collins, Wisconsin. Time
HIGH JUMP: 1-Lou Irons, Il-
linois, and Ed Jones, Purdue (tie)
6 feet, 3%/8 inches; 3-Ralph
Schafer, Ohio State, 6 feet 2 in-
ches; 4-Richard Kellman, Wis-
consin, Dave Norton, Indiana.
Richard Erdenberger, Iowa, and
Art Henrie, Michigan, 6 feet.
70 YARD HIGH HURDLES: 1
-Russ Merkel, Iowa; 2-Robert
Hinkle, Illinois; 3-James Neilsen,
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mile, 880, low hurdles and shot
were turned in by Michigan's
Chuck Whiteaker and George
Jacobi, who finished third and
fifth, respectively, in the half-
Jacobi had the lead over Gher-
mann until the gun lap when
Ghermann jumped into the lead
and turned on a terrific finishing
sprint. Whiteaker came up fast
and finished just behind second
place Len Truex, Ohio's sensa-
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GOING INTO the final event,
the mile relay, the Wolverines had
tallied a five point lead over Illi-
nois and Ohio, their closest con-
The first heat of the final
event was won by the Badgers,-
who finished in fourth place in
the relay when the times were
The final heat had Michigan
running against Ohio, Purdue and
Illinois, with Purdue given a nod
from the prognosticators.
The Buckeyes, however, fought
into the lead position and held it
until the finish to snap the tape
and win the meet with a fast time
The relay is scored on a 10-8-6-
4-2 basis, and the 10 point victory
D provided the margin for the win-
ning Ohio team.
- Minnesota; 4-James Mitchell,
I Michigan; 5-Robert H o c k e y,
Purdue. Time :08.8.
BROAD JUMP: 1-James Hol-
land, Northwestern, 24 feet, 21/2
inches; 2-Robert Wade, Ohio
_State, 23 feet, 33/4, 3-Don Laz,
Illinois, 23 feet, 4 inch; 4-Lou
" Irons, Illinois, 22 feet, 6 in-
ches; 5-Robert ]3ancett, Michi-
gan, 22 feet, 4 1-8 inches.
gan, 22 feet, 4/% inches.
ville, Michigan, 53 feet, 1 inch;
2-Cliff Anderson, Indiana, 52
feet, 2 inches; 3-tie between
James Roberson, Indiana, and
Byrl Thompson, Minnesota, 51
feet, 6%/2 inches; 5-Peter Den-
- drinos, Michigan, 50 feet, 31/2 in-
TWO MILE RUN: 1-Donald
McEwen, Michigan; 2-Frank D'-
Arcy, Ohio State; 3-Richard Ki-
ty, Minnesota; 4-Justin Wil-
liams, Michigan; 5-John Hollo-
man, Ohio State. Time 9:07.2
(New Conference and Armory
records. Former Records-Confer-
ence: 9:10.7, Ralph Schwarzkopf,
Michigan, 1940. Armory: 9:15.4,
James Smith, Indiana, 1938.)
800 YARD RUN: 1-Don Gehr-
man, Wisconsin; 2-L e o n a,r d
Truex, Ohio State; 3-Charles
Whitteaker, Michigan; 4-James
Weisflog, Purdue; 5- George Ja-
cobi, Michigan. Time 1:54.0.
POLE VAULT: 1-Don Laz, Il-
ilinois, 14 feet, 3 inches; 2-
Edward Ulvestad, Michigan, 13
feet, 10 inches; 3-tie among
Harry Cooper, Minnesota, Wil-
liam Bruney, Ohio State, and
Richard Coleman, Illinois, 13 feet,
6 inches. (New Conference Record.
Former record: 14 feet, 1% in-
ches, Milton Padway, Wisconsin,
70 YARD LOW HURDLES: 1-
Russ Merkel, Iowa; 2-James
Englander, Wisconsin; 3-Donald
Hoover, Michigan; 4-R o b e r t
Hinkle, Illinois, 5-James Mit-
chell,- Michigan. Time :08.1.
ONE MILE RELAY: 1-Ohio
State (Harry Cogswell, Gene Cole,
Howard Kunz, Herman Turner);
2-Purdue; 3-Illinois; 4-Wis-
consin; 5-Michigan. Time 3:19.3.
LAKELAND, Fula., March 4 -
(P) - Pitchers Hal Newhouser and
Freddie Hutchinson, sole holdouts
in the Detroit Tiger's spring
training camp, signed their 1950
Hutchinson reached agreement
with General Manager Billy Evans
in a 12 minute session a few
hours after Evan's arrival here
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THE BIG righthander who had
a 15-7 record' last year, reportedly
got a $22,000 figure - an increase
of about $2,000 over his 1949 con-
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A SIDNEY BUCHMAN
isored by Enyii'c-rin
lour rnd Chboice S