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SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 1935

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Coach Hoyt Selects

Track Squad

For California Invasion

All But One Of
22-Man Team
Are Lettermen
West Coast Representative
Has Advantage Of Long
Train ing Period
ward In Four Events
Nine So iomor'es Make U?
Strog.s4 Second Yea
Group In ili, :ory
Coach Charlie Hoyt yesterday an-
nounced the squad of 22 men which
will meet the University of California
in a dual track meet at Berkeley, April
13.
Those named by Coach Hoyt in-
clude Captain Harvey Smith, Willis
Ward, Rod Howell, Bob Kositchek,
Frank Aikens, Neree Alix, Widmer
"Skip" Etchells, Paul Gorman, Dave
Hunn, Moreau Hunt, Konrad Moisio,
Bob Osgood, Harvey Patton, Mike
Savage, Fred Stiles, Sam Stoller,
Walter Stone, Adam Stone, Stan Bir-
leson, Clayton Brelsford, Howard Da-
vidson, and Harry O'Connell.
All members of the squad but one
have received their Varsity letters in
track, during the indoor season or in
outdoor competition. Mike Savage,
discus thrower, is the lone squad
member who has not made his letter.
The squad is composed of five sen-
iors, eight juniors and nine sopho-
mores.

Four Years Today

Baseball Team
Exhibits Fine
Form In Drill
Sq ai To Make Southerrn
Trip) > ill Be Amnoune
Tomnorrow

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Gridders Sent Indians, Red Sox, Yankees, A's
Through Long, ' May ToppleTigers This Y
TWI i~U~f4- yd Db will _______

DUSflI
*-By ART CARSTENS-*

-EE where Joe Louis is now defi-
Mi.;higan's baseball team will be nitely on his way to the top. He'sI
ready for any competition it may meet got himself a good fightin' nameand
on the Southern training tour which manager trouble. The title of "Brown
trsnext Friday, judging from the faa rul h il fBo
'tat';nex Frda, jdgig fom heBomber" recently bestowed upon him,
brand of ball the Varsity nine flashedb
ycteiday in a scrub game with the by one of the knights of the fourth
Reserves. i ru estate seems likely to stick, and Fri-
l h r m hp aday night's little fracas over the cash
slu ggrs did some slugging against proceeds indicates that he will be a
lgrd om sgn aitypical chamnionshinpcontender. withI

intensive L1r1
Renner's Passing Is Good;
Long Scrimmage Ends
Strenuous Practice
Greeted by briskufall weather,
Coach Harry Kipke put aproximately
50 Varsity football*prospects through
the most strenuous drill of the spring
training season yesterday afternoon
at Ferry Field in a two-hour session
that included a long scrimmage.
The Wolverine gridders started off
proceedings with a light scrimmage

By ROBERT CUMMINS . in the league has gained valuable ex-
A strong well-balanced field will perience, and Mack has a fast, fine-
battle the Detroit Tigers for the fielding infield.
American League pennant this year. The immediate aim of Jimmy Dykes
Cleveland, Boston, New York, and and the Chicago White Sox is to rise
Philadelphia are the teams most pro- ; from the league cellar. Some rather
minently mentioned as championship 1 promising rookies, notably Verneri
possibilities, and many observers be- Washington, an outstanding hitter in
lieve Detroit will need remarkable the American Association last year,
luck to withstand all of them may help them do it. The acquisi-
On the other hand, Manager Mickey tion of the veterans Luke Sewell and
Cochrane believes last year's victory, Glenn Wright will provide additionil
despite the phenomenal freedom from reserve strength if nothing more.
injury, was no fluke, and can see no Neither the Washington Senators
reason why the team should be any nor the St. Louis Browns has streng-
worse this year. thened its club enough for one to
Hatter, Sullivan Promising expect decided improvement over the

good pitching. With Berger Larson,
i who ranks with Art Patchin as Mich-
6 :igan_'s toxnotch hurler, in the box
for six innings, the heavy part of the
4£z batting order smashed out sevenj
clean hits.
Rgezi Hits Homer
Joe Lerner, right fielder drove out
two line singles, George Rudness
Four years ago, Knute Reckne, the singled to left, Clayt Paulson was
ino4 beoved of all tc3tball coaches,I;
to a alil~ feiin arl oanebs, credited with a single and double,
John Regeczi walloped a tremendous
crash. Toray at Nctre Dame where drive over the left fielder's head for
Re °kne gained his fame, a mass will a home run, and Kim Williams con-
be nt d commemorating his passing. nected with a curve ball, for a one-

ArterAards
STennis Squad
After Awards

Five Seniors Named All eligible freshmen who wish to
The seniors named are Smith, who try out for the frosh tennis squad
will run in the mile and half-mile; should report to Coach Johnstone
Ward, entered in the 100-yard dash, before spring vacation. At the pres-
high jump, broad jump and 120-yard ent time there are 40 players compet-
high hurdles; Konrad Moisio, in the ing fcr the eight berths on the squad.
high jump; Kositchek in the javelin; An elimination tournament is be-
The juniors are Harvey Patton, ing run off in which each of the play-
quarter mil and ossibly relay Mo- ers will meet every other candidate.
quartThemiournamentowilllendeMay;24,
reau Hunt, high and low hurdles; a theehournament will end May 24,
Dave Hunn, pole vault; Neree Alix, and the eight'men winning the most ve numerals.
in the two-mile; Mike Savage and maI e ilrcienmrl.

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"Skip" tchells in the discus; Adam!
Stone in the javelin; and Paul Gor-
man, in the half-mile.
The sophomores, considered the
strongest ever to represent Michigan,
include Stan Birleson in the quarter-
mile and relay, Sam Stoller in the
two dash events, Bob Osgood in the
two hurdles and the mile relay, Fred
Stiles in the 220 and possibly on the
relay ,team, Clayton Brelsford in the
mile and half-mile, and Howard Da-
vidson in the half mile.
Is Second California Trip
The other sophomores are Harry
O'Connell in the mile, Walter Stone
in the two-mile, and Frank Aikens,
quarter-mile and possibly the relay.
The trip is the second taken by a
Michigan track team to California,
the 1921 squad having been defeated,
95-43.
The meet, between teams consid-
ered representative of the Middle West
and West Coast, is expected to be one
of the feature events of the season.
The Wolverines, after sweeping the
indoor season, have had less than a
week of outdoor practice as against
outdoor work for the Bears which
has included four meets.
Michigan, with balance as well as
power in every event, is conceded a
likely chance of winning from the
powerful California team despite the
handicaps of training conditions.
Hope To Split Bear Strength
The Wolverines will hope to split
the California strength in the short
track events, collect some points in
the weight events, and pile up points
in the middle-distance and distance
runs.
The squad will leave Ann Arbor
Friday, arriving in Los Angeles April
8, where it will practice on the field
of U.C.L.A. until Wednesday, moving
on to Berkeley Thursday. The team
will leave Berkeley Saturday or Sun-
day following the meet.
Accompanying the squad will be
Coach Hoyt, Bill Morgan, manager,
Steve Brosovich, trainer, Fielding H.+
Yost, director of athletics, Prof. Ralph
Aigler, chairman of the board in con-
trol of physical education, T. Hawley
Tapping, secretary of the alumni as-
sociation, Miss Norma Bentley, secre-
tary, Mrs. Hoyt, and Mrs. Harvey
Smith, mother of the Michigan cap-
tain.
NAVY RIFLEMEN WIN
WASHINGTON, March 30 -(P)-
By chalking up a 1,418 to 1,370 vic-
tory over the West Point Cadets,
the Navy rifle team won the Middle
Atlantic Intercollegiate L e a g u e
championship with a perfect record
of seven straight victories.I

Coa 2h Johnstone was disappointedt
in the '38 crop of tennis players.'
Some of the best are Mischa Barow-
sky, Neil Le'venson, Cy Elkes, Johnt
Thom, Seymour Morrison, EXuartr
1.ewsom, and Boyd Carr. Barowskys
has won eight matches and lost none
in the elimination tourney, and Lev-
enson boasts an impressive prep
school record.
The squIad has been forced to prac-c
tice in the Intramural gym up to thisi
time, but 16 of the outside clay courtsf
are now in condition and the fresh-s
men are urged to work out on them asr
soon as possible. Those freshmen whoa
have already signed up for the tour-C
nament should arrange their ownc
matches with the other entrees. V
Forty-Four Entered Inf
M Squash Tournamentx
Forty-four entries were tabulatedI
in the open squash tournament whichI
has progressed to first round quarter-'
finals. Earl Riskey, assistant direc-t
tor of the intramural staff, is thee
onltT player to have passed the firstC
round matches and officially reachedf
the quarter-finals. Riskey has de-f
feated both Kennedy and A. Boak.
Those in the first round are E. Vick,r
R. Angell, R. Waterman, M. Kauf-
man, J. Westover, and I. Oliphant.
The latter players are scheduled to
oppose each other in the near future.
The faculty squash turnev has
reashed the finals with Angell and
Litsenberg competing to determine
the titleholder. Angell beat Win-
nacker in the semi-finals while Litz-
enberg eliminated Boak.
Th winter squash playoffs have
entered the semi-final round with
Ma^ Neal leading. G. Duffy will
meet the winner of the Donaldson-
J. Preston match to gain the right
to engage Mac Neal. Louis Westover.
former Wolverine quarterback and
1 now a graduate student, is scheduled
to face D. Angell in an attempt to,
attain the semi-finals.
0110 STAE-PITT GAME SET
Ohio State will meet Pittsburgh'.
Panthers on the gridiron at Colum- 1
bus, O., Oct. 10, 1936.

baser to right.
Coach Ray Fisher designated the
batting order yesterday, and the boy,
will observe the same lineup when
they open the season against Marshall
College at Huntington, W. Va., next
Friday. George Ford is the lead-ofi
man, followed by Joe Lerner, Georgc
Rudness, Clayt Paulson, John Re-
geczi, Russ Oliver, Jack Teitelbaum
Kim Williams and the pitcher.
Varying from the usual procedure
of batting the best hitter third in
the batting order, Coach Fisher
inserted his weakest hitter, Rudness
there.
However, Fisher has a good rea-
son for the move. Rudness is the
fastest man on the squad in gettin?
down to first base, and although he
hasn't started to hit yet, he's beer
on base morebtimes than most of hie
teammates, because of his ability to
beat out ground balls.
Figuring that Rudness, Lerner and
Ford, another speed merchant, will
be on base often, Fisher will have hi,
heavy artillery following to clean the
sacks.
Infield Works Well
The infield of Ford, third, Teitel-
baum, short, , Paulson, second an(
Oliver, first, functioned like a ma-
chine yesterday. George Ford is ar
ideal third baseman. He is a clear
fielder and has the best arm on th'
squad. Teitelbaum and Paulson cove
most of the ground between thirn
and second, and second and first
Oliver has exhibited a tendency t(
drop throws, but he'll hang onto 'er
when that colorful purple shiner, an('
the swelling oh his cheek heal.
Ferris, Jennings was back at shor'
for the reserves yesterday for the
first time since he was hit with ,
bat above the eye last Monday. Vi{
Heyliger, who sprained an ankle th,
same day will don a uniform Monday
Twelve men are certain to mak=:
the training trip. They are, pitch
ers, Art Patchin, Berger Larson
George Butler and John Gee; in
fielders, Russ Oliver, Clayt Paulson
Jack Teitelbaum, George Ford; out-
nesders, John Regecz, George Rud-
nes and Joe Lerner; catcher, Kin

htat was a cross between "touc The most promising rookies com-
four or five ex-managers, managers, fcctball" and rugby. The teams ing up are Pitchers Clyde Hatter and
andg would- be-managersyddividingthe
and would-be-managers dividing the: would start plays from scrimmage Joe Sullivan, and Outfielder Chester
proceeds and allowing Jae cigarette and then proceed to hurl forward Morgan. Declining effectiveness be-
money out of what is left, and lateral passes at random all over cause of aging players - such as
* the field. Marberry and Goslin - is expected
Louis has been a pro nine Captain Bill Renner, calling sig- to be offset by the gain in experience
months and in that time has had nals for one eleven, stood out in his of such players as Rowe, Owen and
two managers. At that ra'te he'll E usual rcle of throwing the pigskin Greenberg.
have another by the time he into the arms of waiting ends with Cleveland, always well up, has been
meets Da Preem in June. If and uncanny accuracy. picked in a mid-winter poll to win,
when 'the Brown Bomber of Mul- Bob Cooper, Norm Nickerson, Art but past failures and the injury of
berry Street gets a crack at Max Leadbeater and Stark Ritchie alter- Billy Knickerbocker make many hes-
Barr he'll probably have to hock nated as kickers in a punting drill itant in agreeing with this prediction.
the crown to buy breakfast the ! that followed, all getting off an occa- The New York Yankees, reduced
next morning. sional good boot with the wind. Joe to the status of "just another ball
Ellis, Chris Everhardus, Harry Pill- club" after years of dominance are
It seems that American sport fans inger, Joe DeLetto, and 125-pound nevertheless a well-balanced and
have something to tell England about Chuck Gray, acting as safety men, much younger team this year.
ifter that jockey "fell" off the fav- succeeded occasionally in eluding Gomez, Broaca, DeShong, Malone,
>rite Golden Miller in the Grand Na- would-be tacklers and going for long and Ruffing should win many games.
ional the other day. The British runs through the defense Selkirk, a freshman, is expected to
-ans did not hesitate to yell "dirty" Four Teams Scrimmage help in the outfield. The infield, out-
over America's victory in the latest Midway of the drill Coach Kipke side of Lou Gehrig, is the most doubt-
-arnsworth and America's Cup races, divided his squad into four teams ful factor with the Yankees.
rnd we were led to believe that every- and sent them through a forty-five Boston Looks To Dahlgren
thing was "cricket" in English sports. minute scrimmage. One team that Boston, hoping that its first-base
was drawing most of the attention problem is solved by the arrival of
Jovkey Jerry Wilson's "Steve from the coaches had Cooper at quar- Babe Dahlgren, sensationally fielding
Brodie" cff the back of Golden ter, Ellis and Everhardus at halves, Coast League rookie, still has pitch-
Miller when that horse was lead- and John Mumford at fullback. ing worries. Comebacks by Lefty
ing the field and well on the way The line was composed of Ernie Grove and George Pipgras, a rather
to bankrupting a flock of British Johnson, and George Ghesquiere at ioubtful prospect, would upset the
bookmakers looked just a little ends, Earle Luby and Bob Schroeder situation tremendously. Strength i
"fishy," if we may be allowed to at tackles, Ernie Pederson and George the outfield is Boston's greatest asset.
use that expression in connection I Marzonie at guards, with Harry They have Carl Reynolds, Roy John-
with a steeplechase. "Tiny" Wright manning the center M ulus Sters, Mel Almada, Bing
* post. Frank Lett replaced Pederson Mis andvDusty Coe.
you ay hve oticd, aentIt is universally agreed that Con-
As you may have noticed, anent late in the session. nie Mack's Philadelphia Athletics will
yesterday's remarks on the sixth race Coach Kipke singled two fresh- be a much greater factor than they
it Arlington Downs, Joe Flores, picked men, Cooper and Schroeder, for were last year. Foxx is not expected
1y Tout No. 2, won the race, while 'special mention. Cooper, who car- to disappoint as a catcher, one of the
Nhippercracker "also ran." Joe, paid ries his 190 pounds very well, is a most promising young pitching staffs
13.90 to win, hardly enough to walk 7ersatile performer who should de- -- - -__
lown town for. The fellow who sug- ielop into a very capable back. -
rested we bet on Whippercracker 3chroeder looks like the best of the
neaked into the office early yester- ackles right now. I
lay and left this on the desk: Wright Improving FIR
CODE TO MORAL VICTORY Wright's play in the center of the A l
Vhippercracker, courageous beast, tine was an improvement over the,
3sorned to let the public beginning of the week as the huge ! r II
?n a winning effort feast. wrestler began to move about with
Toe Flores, whining, decrepit winner more alacrity.
s by that token the greater sinner A second backfield that worked to-
'or Whippercracker, with Spartan gether during the afternoon had
bravery Whitey Aug and Dave Barnett at
Wcorned this hoi-polloi-ish knavery halves, Pillinger at quarter, and Nick-
o, you cads who played the winner erson at fullback.
'ou! - Go buy your tawdry dinner! Other members of the squad who
7e Whippercrackerites, received their share of the attention
ike St. Simon Stylites, were Tom Oyler and Joe R naldi
Vill look and swoon - among the centers, Jess Garber and ' I
Then we meet -- fFred Ziem at guard, Paul Gleye and
Tou Goons! Ray Musick at the flanking positions,
- - ' -~-Fred Olds and Bob Murray at -
Williams. Coach Fisher will choose 're le. and Bill Barclay in the back-
from the remaining squad, one field.
catcher, two pitchers and an extra - -
infielder. The final list of 16 men
will be announced following the ehig-I4
ibility meeting Monday night.

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