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TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1933



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From the

M ichigan Nine Faces Strong W. S. T.C.

Tea iii

By John Thomas


I I .


Hoyt's Bad Luckers
. ,.. .,.
LUCK is a big element in individual
track championships in Confer-
ence meets. Speed, stamina, brains,
all have their part in the makeup of
individual title holders, but luck
plays a large part.

Marquardt, Star
Hilltopper, Will
Oppose Wolves
Wolverines Seek T o Keep
Ulp Hitting Spurt Which
Began Against Chicago

No better example 01 tniseiement One of the hardest obstacles which
can be obtained than a review of theI the Michigan baseball team will face
seniors on the track team this year. this season will appear on Ferry
In nearly every case, the men are ield this afternoon in the figure of
either the best, or one of.the best, the the Western State Teachers' College
Conference has ever produced in his nheWsrnKta a hrg
respective event, yet none of them nine from Kalamaoo.
hold the title The Hilltoppers have been beatenr
boldne thesesonanthitle.ed
Hawley Eglestoii is the best hurdler but once this season and have scored
Michigan ever had, yet he hasn't held decisive victories over two Confer-
the title in either event. In his soph- ence opponents, Iowa and North-
more year he had to compete with s .
Sentman of Illinois and Keller of Coach Judson Hyames, of Kala-
Ohio. In his junior year it was Saling mazoo, always boasts a team with a1
and Keller. Two weeks hence it will strong pitching staff, and this sea-
be Keller again and Ward too, in the son his hurling corps seems event
highs. better than before. Marquadt, a
He never was better than third in brilliant right-hander who won his
the Conference for the above reasons. last victory on Saturday will prob- I
But still, he is the best hurdler Mich- ably get the mound assignment to-
igan ever produced. He was unlucky day. For the past two seasons the
in that he had to race three of the W. S. T. C. nine has subdued the
four best hurdlers in America in re- Wolverines, aided by the splendid
cent years, Sentman, Saling, and pitching of Lefty Neigenfind.
Keller. If Egleston had come before Hitting Eye Returns
this reign of 'America's Best," he Michigan showed a return to bat-
would have been a champion too. ting strength in the Chica game,
Doe Howell is another example. pounding Bob Langford and Steve
Unless it's Phil Carrol of 1914, '15, Strasske for hits. 'Although Avon
and '16, Howell is the best miler Artz, the team's leading batsman,{
Michigan ever had and he can't even was held to one safety,, Whitey Wis-
boast of a second in the Conference. tert and Ted Petoskey took up the
Indiana has Brocksmith and Illinois bludgeoning, getting seven hits be-
has Woolsey who have warded off tween them.I

Artz Still Tops Batter,
As Petoskey Moves Up
Avon Artz retained his lead at
the top of Michigan's batsmen al-
though he was able to secure only
one hit in six times at bat against
Chicago. His average dropped to
an even 500. Ted Petoskey re-
mained in second place but
boosted his figure to .423, getting
three hits, while Whitey Wistert,
with four safeties in five attempts
lifted his mark to .384 and moved
into third place, replacing Captain
Mike Difliey.
A.B. R. H. Pet.
Artr ..........28 6 14 .500
Petoskey......26 9 11 .423
Wistert.......13 2 5 .384
Diffley ........23 3 7 .304
Oliver .........11 1 3 .273
Teitelbaum ...19 6 5 .263
Waterbor ..:..29 4 6 .206
Braendle......25 8 5 .200
Paulson ........8 1 1 .125
Manuel .......23 3 2 .087
Patchin .......6 2 0 .000
Menefee .......2 1 0 .000
Regeezi .. ... 2 0 0 .000
Tillotson .... 1 0 0 .000
Kracht.........1 0 - 0 .000
Ware...... ...0 0 0 .000
Ratterman .. 0 0 0 .000
Totals ......208 46 59 .283

aBy The Associated ress) rou
Malashevich, 'T riplehorn, The New York Yankees managed joc
Remias, Dauksza, Bolas to even up the count with the West- lyt
? ern teams for the first time this year by
And olII1SOR StaI1( Ou yesterday when they beat the Chi- can
cago White Sox, 7 to 3. Don Bren- De
The staff of Varsity football nan, the right-handed rookie, pitched a
coaches will announce the award of his third straight win of the season, up
the Chicago Alumni. Trophy to the allowing the Sox only 10 well-scat- off
player showing the most improve- tered hits. This .win boosts the clo
ment during spring practice either Yankees to a full game lead in first Me
today or tomorrow, according to a place over the Cleveland Indians, on
statement made by Assistant Coach who were idle yesterday. aw
Wally Weber yesterday. The Washington Senators won over pa
The coaches who will select the St. Louis in a 12-inning game, 10 to sna
outstanding player include all those 8 as a result of a home run by b
who helped with the spring drills: Boken, the rookie Washington see- by
Harry Kipke, head football coach; ond baseman. ba
Jack Blott, Cliff Keen, Weber, and In the National League, the Pitts-
j"Cappy" Cappon. burgh Pirates lengthened their lead
Six Possibilities over the New York Giants by win-
While discussing Saturday's game ning from Boston, 3 to 0. "Lefty"
yesterday Weber named six men French pitched a splendid game and
from whom the ultimate winners will won his fourth of the season by al-
t probably be selected. Although up- lowing the Braves three scattered
perclassmen are eligible for the f hits.
award, the trophy will very likely go Three home runs were the only.-
to a freshman since the yearlings hits given by Freddie Fitzsimmons,
usually show the greatest improve- but they were enough to beat the
ment. All of the seven men named Giants as St. Louis beat them yes-
1 by Wer are 'freshm.* en . i Ginteras4t.
terday, 4 to 3.

Chicago Alumni French Pitches D
Trophy To Be Shutout; Yanks
Awarded Soon Lenithen Lead


irty 6iin ijudw Ole'aionm
y PrStanley ay, Unv s y of Michi-
Of Kentucky Derby n footbanlcaptain was under
° treatinen, t o d a y
NEW YORK, May 8.--P)-Obvious freabac injury
I ' received in the
ugh riding on the part of both game which ended
keys with Broker's Tip apparent- the spring practide
the best horse was disclosed today season Saturday.
a newsreel (Pathe) in a viv id Physicians have
mera description of the Kentucky s ,
rby. .not as yet, deter-
ry mined the extent
The pictures showed Herb Fishe of the injury. He
on Head Play, apparently the fir was hurt in the
ender. He grabbed the saddle opening minutes
th of Broker's Tip when Do . FAV'of the contest.
ade drove the Bradley colt through
the rail. Twice Broker's Tip pulledinal sixteenth of a mile. ?ear the
ay from his rival only to have his
ce retarded by Fisher again finish Fisher struck Meade over the
atching the saddle cloth. head with his whip and bothjockeys
Meade retaliated, grabbing Fisher were grabbing at each other's saddle
the shoulder as the two horses cloth as Broker's Tip crossed the fin-
ttled stride for stride through the ish line in front by inches.
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Theta Chi May
Win. I-M Title%
From A,,K.L.'s

Howell's efforts for a title.j
Howell ran a beautiful mile against.
Ohio State in 4:20.1 and he probably
could have cut that by two or three
seconds it he had beer paced or
pushed in the race. Instead he had
to do it all alone with no one near
to give him a race.
in most years he could easily win
the Conference mile but against{
Woolsey and Brocksmith, and now;
even Hornbostel, he meets the best
the Conference ever produced. As in
Egleston's case, he is just unfortu-
nate. in running against the Confer-
ence's best of all-time.
The two best half -milers the Con-E
ference ever had are Hornbostel ofi
Indiana and Turner of Michigan.
Tuirner is the best half-miler the
Conference ever saw, save one, and
that one has kept Turner from a
title for two years.

Every member of the Maize-and-j
Blue nine but Shortstop Jack Teitel- "It looks like the long three-year
baum managed to reign of Alpha Kappa Lambda over4
connect for at least the fraternity division of the Intra-
one safety, while mural . sports program is about to
W i s t e r t had a end," said Earl N. Riskey, athletic di-
double and triple, rector, yesterday in summing up the
Petoskey a double, results of 13 events already decided{
and Captain Mike and pointing out what has taken
Diffley a t h r e e - place in the reniaining events now
bagger. in progress.k
The Wolverines Theta Chi has 1,065 points and1
were scheduled to A. K. L. has 1,009. While A. K. L. is
journey to Ypsi- out in tennis and horseshoes, Thetaf
lanti yesterday to - T Chi still has a chance to add to, its'
play off the game total in the same events. Both teams
postponed from last Tuesday, but are working to get as many points
bad weather caused the second delay as possible in Sigma Delta Psi,
in the playing of the third game of honorary athletic organization.
the series against M. S. N. C. "Alpha Kappa Lambda's only
It was also announced yesterday chance to retain its supremacy is by
by Coach Ray Fisher that the game a win in fraternity softball, worth'
with Hillsdale, booked for last Wed- ,1 .o,,siRkv"Theta Chi

Uy V~:U l 1C.I113.
Mike Malashevich, former All-
State end from Fordson, was ad-
mittedly the 'flashiest" yearling on
the field Saturday. Wearing Ted
Petoskey's old number 17, he ably
upheld that number's tradition, scor-
ing three touchdowns for the power-
ful Blue team. The first score dem-
onstrated his defensive ability when
he intercepted a Yellow lateral and
sprinted 70 yards for the touchdown.
Bill Renner threw a beautiful long
pass into his outstretched arms for
the second score.
New Play Works
A new play .that combines some
tricky lateral passing with an end-
around play accounted for Mike's
third six points.
Ernie Johnson, phaying right end
for the blues, showed himself a fin-
ished defensive flanker but had little
chance to demonstrate his offensive
ability, according to Weber, who
ranks him among the best prospects.
Tony Dauksza and George Bolas,
playing both at quarter and half in
the Yellow backfield, put up the
single effort to make the game inter-
esting for the Blues, who seemed to
score at will. Dauksza showed him-
self as a triple-threat man of con-
siderable promise.
Another Newman?
Bolas, a little, dark-haired fellow.


W. L. Pet.
New York..........14 7 .667
Cleveland ...........13 8 .619 1
Washington .........13 8 .619
Chicago............12 9 .571
Detroit.............10 11 .476
Philadelphia........7 11 .389
St. Louis ............7 14 .333
Boston. ............. 5 13 .278
New York, 7-12-1, Brennan and
Dickey; Chicago, 3--10-0, Lyons and
Washington, 10-20-2, Thomas,
Crowder, McAfee and Sewell; St.1

can't think straight. He thinks
a person is safe from contagious
c s ease if he is intoxicated!
But no college man ever pulls
boners with a good pipe btw'c;n his You
tteth. There's somethig about a anyw
pipe and tobacco t hat soothes a man, Read
helps him think straight. That is, of Slic'(.
course, if he uses the right tobacco. to po
A recent invcstigalin showed Edge- , fonl(
worth to be the faori/e tobacco at w
42 out of 54 leading colleges. Larus
If you're not already an Edgeworth Ipany,
smoker, there's new smoking satis- 't,'I
faction baiting for you. Edgeworth -
blend of fine old burleys is distm'-
tive, different. You'll know -- after
the first puff.

Louis, 8--15--0, BrovN
ley and Ruel.

n, Gray Had-
W. L. Pet'

t Pittsburgh .........14 4 .778
New York .......... 12 7 .632
St. Louis ...........11 10 .524
Chicago............10 11 .476
Brooklyn ............8 10 .444
Cincinnati...........8 10 .441
Boston..............9 13 .409
Philadelphia ........6 13 .316
Pittsburgh, 3-9-0, French and
Finney; Boston, 0-3-1, Zachary}
and Hogan.
St. Louis, 4-3-0, Carleton, John-
son, Dean and Wilson; New York,
3-3-0, Fitzsimmons, Uhlc and

In his sophomore year, Turner met nesday, will in all probability not j
Lets of Chicago who defeated him be played this season.t o
twice, in the indoor and outdoor Art Patchin is slated to do the
meets. Now, the Michigan star is pitching against Kalamazoo today.
several seconds better than he was with the starting lineup being the
as a sophomore and he improved only same as the one which faced Chi-,
to meet the best of all-time Big Ten cago last Saturday. It is as follows:
competition. -- Artz, rf; Waterbor, 2b; Braendle, lf
Turner broke the old Conference Petoskey,ef; Difley, ; Teitelbaum,
record running second in the indoor- ss;Manuel, lb; Oliver, 3b; Patchin, p.
last winter. He has raced five times l
and has five seconds for his trouble. 'Victorious olves
He has tried everything on Hornbos- .
tel; pushing him at the start and IPoint r',h Meet ir /t
getting way out in front-only to'
have him pass him in the home IlNxr
stretch like' a shot; has trailed along '' ' ,
at his heels for the whole distance-I
only to be out-sprinted at the finish, Two Conference track meets on
and dropping behind at the start and successive S a t u r d a y s - that's the
trying to sprint past him in the menu for Coach Charlie Hoyt's
stretch-only to, have the Indiana tracksters. With an 83 to 51 victory
star beat him again. In the Olympics over Ohio State in the Dag, the Wol-
Turner Was fifth and Hornbostel I verines have started pr~paratfon for
sixth. Here the field started away like the Urbana invasion this week-end,
a shot and Turner just tried to keep confident of tliir success. against
up to them. Being as strong as a ,h1c. illini.
horse, he lasted better than the Hioo- Michigan's overwhdlining win Sat-
sier and registered his personal vie- tirday came as a surprise even to!
ory, Incidentally Turner broke the its most optimistic supporters. Dope-
old record yet was only fifth, running stors had conceded them a slight
at 1:51.6. edge over their opponent, but a 32-j
DeBaker had Ed Russell for two point victory surpassed their wildest I
years and Fuqua for two more to expectations.
run against-the two best the Con- The Maize-and-Blue victory came
ference ever knew. His time of :48.6 as a result of team strength and not
in the Ohio State meet is worthy of individual power. Eight first places
high praise, considering the day, the went to the Wolves in comparison to
condition of the track, and the seven for the Buckeyes. With regard
weather, 'but it won't win a Big Ten to seconds and thirds, Michigan had'
individual title for him, unless Fuqua a decided advantage. Michigan cap-
reaks a leg Lured 11 runner-up positions to onlyI
If he had come five years earlier four for Ohio and ten undisputed
he could have been a champion, but thirds to four for the Bucks. A
he's only second best when paired three-way tie for third place oc-
with Russell Or with Fuqua. He has
speed, endurance, a large portion of Woeinte winners were Ward in
brains, but he hasn't Lady Luck at the dash, high jump and broad jump
his side. And in this respect he is hDahehihemlandeba jump
exactly like Egleston, Turner, and Dec howell in the mile, DeBaker in
Howell. ' the 440, Rod Howell in the two-mile,
Along this same general line, only Turner in the half and Cox in the
two Conference records are now held hammer. rOio, Keller onh b2oh
by outsiders and both of these are hurdle races, Stapf took the 220,
scheduled to go this year in the out- Wolzhauer the discus, Smith theI
door meet, javelin, Wonsowitz the pole vault'
Scott, of Mississippi A. & M., holds and Neal the shot put.
the half-mile at 1:53.2 and Fall, of
Overlin, holds the mile at 4:15.2. It
looks like Hornbostel in the first
event and Woolsey in the second. The Farmers and
A EN AVANT .Y~f For over fifty years
. i A A 'l 1A i1 A l

IO kuia, Ouu1,0u. Lvua4
has definitely no chance in softball,F
but Alpha Kappa Lambda still has
an opportunity of winning in itsI
league and continuing further to take
the tournament and the 150 points.

reminded fans of Harry Newman in
Intramural activities for faculty the way he snagged and ran back CAPPON RECOVERING
members have been hotly contested punts. He takes punts on a run and University Hospital officials report-
during the course of the year and appears to be deadly accurate, catch- ed yesterday that Coach Franklin
at present only three more sports ing them off his shoe-tops or over Cappon, head basketball and assist-
are left on the program. his head. 1 ant football coach, would be able to
Four softball teams are busy play- Steve Remias and Howard Triple- leave the hospital either today or to-
ing out a series of games with chem- horn playing in the Blue backfield inorrow following an operation last
istry trying to retain its champion- also gave good account of them- week for appendicitis. Coach Cap-
ship honors of last year. Zoology selves. Weber ranks them among the pon was taken ill last Wednesday
and Mathematich have not played as likely freshmen for the open-field night at a basketball dinner and was
yet. running ability which they displayed. operated on immediately.
Tennis and golf tournaments are
now being organized and each year
finds these events well supported.
Dorsey is the defending tennis cham-
were captained by Petersoninthe 8 A Iiie a n
first flight and Eddy in the second. DINING O OuM
ifl chi an olfes IOrie Block North from Hill Auditorium
rea Ypsi, 15-3 NEW PRICES - XBY THE WEEK
_' r g m Two Meals per Day . . . . $4.0
jMiclaigan's Varsity golf team coi- Three Meals per [day. $5.50

tinued its string of victories this sea-
son by defeating the Ypsi Normal

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linksmen 15 to 3 on a muddy HuronI
Hills course yesterday. Captain Jolly I reaklf
an'd Sweet starred for Michigan with,
3-to-0 wins over Good and DunlapI
respectively in the singles. George
David gained a close 3-to-0 victory Scrvi
over Close of Ypsi, while Markham{
finished one down to Shankland of -------------
In the foursome matches, Captain
Jolly and Sweet won out 3 to 0 over I
Good and Dunlap and Markham and
David finished two up on Shankland
and Close.

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