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Y l1, 1948

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAE Tt~jP

Barten, Koutonen, Sohl

ualify as Olympic

Trials Continue
. Joe Verdeur, Keith Carter
Edge Wolverine Tank Star

Buckeye's W hitfield Shades
Barten in 800 Meter Thriller

(Continued from Pe I)
pack until the final turn when he
pulled out and almost caught the
flying Whitfield.
Bob Chambers of the Univer-
sity of Southern California was
third, beating out Tarver Per-
kins of Illinois A.C. and Jack Di-
anetti of Michigan State.
Ohio's Whitfield was the meet's
only double winner. With vic-
tories in both the 400 and 800
meters. The long-striding Buck-
eye won the 400 in 46.6 seconds.
Sharing the upset spotlight
with Fonville was Baldwin-Wal-
lace's Harrison Dillard who failed
to qualify in the 100 meter high
{ hurdles in which he too holds the
world's record. The Cleveland
speedster hit the first two hurdles
and dropped out at the half-way
mark.
Willie Steel of San Diego
State brought the crowd to its
I-M SOFTBALL STANDINGS
FRATERNITY LEAGUE I

feet when he broad jumped 26
feet 10 inches on his first try of
the afternoon, which is well
over the existing world's record.
It was not allowed because the
judges claimed he fouled by ;V
inch. He won anyway with his
yesterday's best of 26-2.
Southern Cal's
Mel Patton looked like the
fastest human" this afternoon
when he ground out a terrific vic-
tory over Barney Ewell who beat
him in the 100 yesterday.
The West Coast ace was
clocked in 20.7 seconds, which
equals the Olympic record at,
that distanee. Ewell was secondI
and Cliff Bourland of the Los
Angeles A. C. was third.
The Wisconsin sophomore, Don
Gehrman won the 1500 meter run,
nosing out Clem Eischler and Ro-
land Sink in a close finish. The
winner's time was 3:52.2.
Two other Big Nine champs
to successfully carry the stand-
ard of the nation's toug,,hest
track and field league were For-
tune Gordien of Minnesota and
Bill Porter of Northwestern.
Gordien won the discus with a
toss of 166 feet 2 inches and Por-
ter won the 100 high hurdles in
13.9 seconds bettering the Olym-
pic record of 14.1.
The huge affair which is the
final meet before the London
Olympics was witnessed by 25,000
customers who each contributed
five dollars by way of admission
toward the funds of the commit-
tee which will send the qualifiers
to London next week.

Williams, DiMaggio Injured;
Feller Out of All-Star Tilt
Iarris Blasts Cleveland Fireballer for
Quitting Anierican L eague Pitching Staff
ST. LOUIS, July 10-(P)--Injuries and hot words today seared
the American League's chances against the National League in Major
League Baseball's Annual All-Star Game here Tuesday.
Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox, the junior circuit's top hit-
ter, sat out today's game between Boston and the Philadelphia Ath-
letics because of a pulled cartilege in his side. He may not be able
to play Tuesday. -
At Washington, Joe DiMaggio that Cleveland speedballer Bobby
of the New York Yankees, also Feller had withdrawn from the
was on the bench, hoping his ten- squad.
der hells would permit him to play Harris said that as long as heC
in the annual dream game on was connected with the All-Star
Tuesday. selections Feller never would re-
Those two last minute devel- ceive another bid.
opments, however, were nothing A an bid.
compared to the blast of Manager A Cleveland club spokesman
Stanley (Bucky) Harris of the said that Feller, who withdrew last
Yankees, who will pilot the Amer- year because of a sore back, had
ican Leaguers, when informed suggested he be replaced because

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TED WILLIAMS.
... may be out Tuesday

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Major League Standings

W.
Lambda Chi Alpha . .2
Alpha Sima Phi .. . .2
Zeta Beta 'au .,.....1
Iheta Xi..........
Sigma llphaEpsilon 0
igmna CIAi.........0

V. L.
0
0
2

.

Pet.
1.000
1.000
.500
.500
.000
.000,
II
Pct.
.666
.666
.666
.333
.333
.333

YESTERDAY'S SCORES
Chicago 4, Pittsburgh 2
Brooklyn 15, New York 10
Philadelphia at Boston, inc.
Cincinnati at St. Louis, inc.
NATIONAL LEAGUE

YESTERDAY'S SCORES
Detroit 5, Chicago 4
New York 5, Washington 2
Boston 4, Philadelphia 0
Cleveland and St. Louis, not
scheduled

FRATERNITY LEAGUE
W. L.
Gamma Delta. . .. ..2 1
Delta Tan Delta ....2 1
Alpha Chi Sigma . .. .2 1
Theta Delta Chi ... .1 2
Theta Chi..........1 2
Psi Upsilon .........1 2

* -Boston.....
Pittsburgh ....
*-St. Louis ....
Brooklyn.....
New York ....
*-Philadelphia
*-Cincinnati ..
Chicago ......
*-Playing night

44 31 .587
39 34 .534
39 34 .534
35 36 .493
35 37 .486
36 40 .474
35 40 .467
32 43 .427
games

....
4
7
7
8'
9
12

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Cleveland ...
Philadelphia
New York ..
Boston .....
Detroit .....
Washington
St. Louis ...
Chicago....

44
47
44
38
38
33
27
23

27
31
31
34
37
42
44
48

.620
.603
.587
.528
.507
.440
.380
.324

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8
13
17
21

he would pitch for the Indtians to-
morrow and would not be of any
use to the All Stars.
Harris said that Joe Dobson of
the Red- Sox, would replace Feller.
Both Williams and DiMaggio
were picked for the team by the
fans. Feller, however, was named
to the team by Harris.
The injury to Williams, suf-
fered Thursday night, may rob
the 15th annual game of its main
attraction-the bat duel between
Williams and Stan Musial of the
St. Louis Cardinals and the Na-
tional League's most expert hitter.
Teddy fared poorly in his lone
World Series chance with the
Boston Red Sox, but he has ruined
the National in these All-Star af-
fairs, batting a cool .500 in five ap-
pearances.
The American League includes
Williams, DiMaggio, and Pat Mul-
lin of the Detroit Tigers. Buddy
Rosar of Philadelphia is the
catcher slated to work.

BOBBY SOHL
. in London Games

(Continued from Page 1)
I knew the only way to win was1
to slide or coast for a couple of
strokes, conserve my energy and
then pour it on at the 170 mark.
That's what I did and it left
Schmidt behind. But I didn't see
Balmores, who was doing the same
thing and I guess I was just lucky
enough to touch him out." And
with that, Sohl, the happiest man
in Michigan threw his arm around
Coach Matt Mann and headed for
a very welcome shower.
Another elated Wolverine was
Matt Mann's son, Matt III, who
found himself getting another
chance at an Olympic berth as
he qualified for the finals of the
1,500-meter freestyle in the
morning trials.
Mann was sixth with a 20:33.5
ahead of Barney Nakama of Ohio
State, who had 20:35.6 and his
conqueror in the AAU, Andy Lam-
bert of Williams College, who was
clocked in 20:45.-
Jimmy McLane led the qual-
ifiers with a fast 19:40.3 clocking
and Jack Taylor of Firestone
AC in Akron, the AAU champ,
was second with 20:06.9. Forbes
Norris, Harvard distance ace,
was third qualifier with 20:13.5
I-M SOFTBALL STANDINGS
RESIDENCE HALLL LEAGUE I
W. L. Pct.
Hayden .............2 0 1.000
Strauss .............2 0 1.000
Prescott ............2 0 1.000
Greene .............1 1 .500
H ,insdale...........1 1 .500
Tyler..............0 2 .000
Cooley ..............0 2 .000
Anderson ..........0 2 .000

while Bill Heusner of North-
western and Ed Gilbert,
swimming unattached, rounded
out the finalists with times of
20:14.9 and 20:15.4.
Pretty Jeanne Wilson of the
Lake Shore Club captured first
place in the women's 200-meter
breaststroke finals as she scored
a photo-finish victory over Carol
Pence of Lafayette YMHA. Al-
though Miss Pence was clocked in
3:16.2 to Miss Wilson's 3:16.3 the
judges ruled that the Lake Shore
miss had touched first.
Clara Lamore of the Olney-
ville Boys Club, called the fa-
vorite by many, just made the
Olympic berth as she edged into
third place ahead of Pat St.
Clair. Swimming under the col-
ors of Ohrback A.C. other final-
ists were Randall Hudson, fifth;
Nancy Grubb, sixth; Fern Clas-
en, seventh; Mary Lyons, eighth.
It was the same story of frac-
tions of a second that has con-
tinually plagued the Wolverines as
Michigan's five entries in the 200-
meter freestyle all failed to qual-
ify. Matt Mann III was closest in
this event as his 2:16.1 was good
for ninth place.
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Philadelphia at Boston
Brooklyn at New York
Pittsburgh at Chicagca
Cincinnati at St. Louis

Chicago at Detroit
St. Louis at Cleveland
New York at Washington
I Boston at Philadelyhia

I IMSchedule I
MONDAY, JULY 12
Fraternity I
Lambda Chi Alpha vs. Alpha Sig-
ma Phi
Theta Xi vs. Zeta Beta Tau
Sigma Chi vs. Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon
Residence Hall
Anderson vs. Hinsdale
Prescott vs. Hayden
Strauss vs. Greene
Tyler vs. Cooley
Independent League II
Dodgers vs. Encee's
Disciple vs. Pickups
TUESDAY, JULY 13
Frat II
Theta Delta Chi vs. Psi Upsilon
Delta Tau Delta vs. Theta Chi
Alpha Chi Sigma vs. Gamma Delta
Independent I
Fletcher vs. Hot Papas
Robert Owen Co-op vs. Chemis-
try
Chiefs vs. Hardrocks
Goosers vs. Hellcats
Independent II
Beta Theta Pi vs. Phi Gamma
Delta
Dodgerstvs. Pickups
WEDNESDAY JULY 14
Frat I
Lambda Chi Alpha vs. Zeta Beta
Tau
Alpha Sigma Phi vs. Sigma Alpha
Epsilon
Theta Xi vs. Sigma Chi
Residence Hall
Anderson vs. Hayden
j Hinsdale vs. Greene
Prescott vs. Cooley
Strauss vs. Tyler

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(Continiovd from Page 2)
in Rm. 218, West Engineering
Building. Interview schedule is
posted in the Bulletin Board in
Rm. 225 West Engineering Build-
ing.
Mechanical and Industrial-Me-..
chanical Seniors, Graduates:
Students should fill out their
personnel record card immediate-
ly and watch the Bulletin Board
for future interviews. These cards
are kept on file in the Mechan-
ical Engineering Office perman-
ently and are very important for
future reference as well as for in-
terviews by industrial representa-
tives.
Note change of date ajnd place of
lecture for Camille Gutt:
Mr. Gutt will speak on Monday
evening, July 12, 8:10 in the BalL-

room of the Michigan Union. Sub-
ject: "European 'Balance of Pay-
merits' Problems."
Tues., July 13, at 4:10 p.m. in
the Kellogg Auditorium Mr. Gutt
will speak on "Monetary Difficul-
ties of European Countries."
Symposium in Theoretical and
Nuclear Physics
Lecture schdule for the week
beginning July 12th: Room 150
Hutchins Hall
Professor Casimir, Director of
the Philips Research Laboratory,
Eindhoven, The Netherlands, will
continue the series of lectures on
"Theoretical Aspects of Low Tem-
perature Physics" at 10 o'clock on
Mon., Wed., and Fri. mornings.
The concluding lectures on the
subject "Selected Topics in Nu-
clear Spectroscopy" will be given
by Professor Deutsch, Massachu-
setts Institute of Technology, on
Tues. and Thurs. mornings at 11
o'clock.

A single lecture on the subject
"New Developments In The Clas-
sical Wave Theory of Light" will
be given Tues. morning at 10
o'clock by Professor F. Zernike,
University of Groningen, The
Netherlands.
Physics Colloquia: 8 p.m. East
Conference Room, Rackham
Building.
Tues. evening Dr. D. L. Falkoff,
University of Michigan, will dis-
cuss "The Directional Correlation
of Nuclear Radiations."
Dr. C. N. Young, University of
Chicago, will speak on the subject
"Angular Distribution in Nuclear
Reactions and Coincidence Meas-
urements" Thurs. evening.
Linguistic Institute Forum Lec-
ture. "Mightier than the Sword:
the Sociology of Writing," by Prof.
Charles F. Hackett, professor of
linguistics, Cornell University.
Tues., July 13, 7:30, Rackham Am-
phitheatre.
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