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May 01, 1935 - Image 3

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Wabash Tennis
Team To Meet
Schedule Additional Meet
Unexpectedly As Part Of
Hoosiers' Northern Trip
Is First Home Meet
Varsity To Meet Western
State, Minnesota, And
Chicago This Week
Wabash College's tennis team will
furnish Michigan's first home opposi-
tion at 3 p.m. today on the Ferry Field
courts. The match was not scheduled
until yesterday, when the Indiana
netters, playing Western State, asked
Coach John Johnstone for a meet. .
Five singles matches and two
doubles contests will be offered on
the afternoon's bill of fare. The
Wabash team is somewhat smaller
than the Maize and Blue squad, and
brought but five players on the Mich-
igan tour.
Michigan Rankings Unchanged
No change is being made in the
Michigan rankings by Coach John-
stone for the day's competition. Cap-
tain Seymour Siegel will play at his
usual No. 1 position, and Bob An-
derson will be the No. 2 player. The
two will team as the first doubles
Miller Sherwood will represent the
Maize and Blue at the No. 3 post,
and Howie Kahn at No. 4. Milton
Eskowitz has been chosen for the
No. 5 man. Sherwood and Kahn will
compose the No. 2 doubles team.
Held off the outdoor courts by rain
and cold this week, the team welcomes
the Wabash contest as a practice
match for a heavy schedule this week-
end. On Thursday Coach Johnstone
will take his squad to Kalamazoo to
meet Western State, considered one
of the strongest teams in Michigan
this spring.
Go To Chicago Tomorrow
After the clash with Western State,
the team will go on to Chicago
Thursday night, for a two-day series
which will open Michigan's Big Ten
schedule. Minnesota's squad will also
be in Chicago for the week-end, and
the three schools will play in a three-
cornered meet. Michigan's part in
the series will come when the Wol -
verines meet the Maroons Friday and
Minnesota Saturday afternoon on the
University of Chicago courts.

Will Carry Silks Of Twenty Grand In Derby

It I-Associated Press Photo.
Plat Eye is the strongest Kentueky Derby candidate that Mrs. Harry
Payne Whitney's Greentree Stable has sent to the post since Twenty
Grand broke Old Rosebud's ancient record in 1931. So far this year
Plat Eye has won the Chesapeake Stakes at Havre de Grace, defeating
Cenmonwealth, and ran second to Today in the Wood Memorial at
Jamaica last Saturday.
* - 13y AR T

REPERCUSSIONS and Postscripts:
A wire to Eddie Tolan's home in
Detroit late Monday night asking him
to run in the benefit track meet
brought the following answer:
Present condition makes run-
ning impossible tomorrow. Any
other capacity a pleasure and
honor. Regretfully, Eddie Tolan.
* * *
Lloyd Olds, chairman of the track
and field committee of the Michigan
A.A.U., was telling about a benefit
show he ran in Ypsilanti some years
Roger Arnett, a Michigan Normal
track star at the time, was seriously
injured in an automobile accident.
His mates decided to have the benefit
show for him, and the affair went
over big, netting about $200.
Sadly enough, however, the
bank in which the money was de-
posited went broke shortly after-
terwards, leaving them with
nothing to show for their labor
of love.
WHENEVER a former football star
(or his wife) has a baby, the con-
ventional newspaper handling de-
mands that the junior edition be
played up as a grid star for papa's
Alma Mater some two decades hence.
It was done on the most acceptedf

lines yesterday when a son was born
to Mrs. Willie Heston, Jr. The De-
troit Times ran the story under a
headline reading: "New Heston (8
lbs.)/ On Football Horizon." The lead
read: "An eight-pound successor who
may carry on the Heston football
tradition at the University of Mich-
igan was born today, etc." Then they
mentioned that the boy was a grand-
son of former Judge William Hes-
ton, "star of Michigan-s famed point-
a-minute team but almost forgot to
add that Daddy Willie, Jr., had also
won a Varsity "M" in football.
Indeed, the writer did neglect to
mention that baby's uncle, Jack, had
also won a couple of football letters
out here.
Anyway, Mrs. Willie Heston
has had a baby and -the odds are
about 1.000,000 to 1 that he'll
ever be a Varsity football player,
and about 10,000,000 to 1 that
he'll ever be a good Varsity foot-
ball player.
Any cogitations on yesterday's out-
door- track-meet-indoors should in-
clude a vote of thanks to the Mich-
igan Normal athletes who came over
to contribute their services. Inci-
dentally, they turned in some good
Everyone else who participated,
from Coaches Hoyt and Olds down
to Manager Bill Morgan, who threw
three fits and a handspring in ar-
ranging the affair, also deserves a
vote of thanks.
That is, everyone except the weath-
erman, who might have got his wires
crossed and thought we were having
a benefit football game.
', ,
Goslin's Homer Leads
Detroit In 11 To 3 Win
ST. LOUIS, April 30 -Unleash-
ing a batting attack reminiscent
of last year's championship team, the
Detroit Tigers smashed out an 11-3
victory over the St. Louis Browns to-
day for their third straight win. Gos-
lin hit his second home run in two

Two Records
FallIn Benefit
Meet For Alix
Meet Is Finaneial Success
Despite Cold Weather;
Tolan Unable To Run
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lose't finish of the meet. His time
vas :07.4.
Sam Stoller had little trouble in
is:ertng himself in the 60-yard dash,
vinning in 6.4 seconds.
The Wolverines scored two slams,
n the three-quarter,mile event as
?aul Pinkerton finished after Smith
end Brelsford, and in the special 660-
yard run in which Paul Gorman
showed his form to run ahead of How-
ard Davidson and Frank Aikens.
Gorman, who headed the drive in
icket sales for the meet, was timed
in 1:23.4.
The Normal entries won two of the
field events as Eugene Oswald took
;he broad jump and Alfonso Gavrilo-
vicz the high jump. Dave Hunn took
'he pole vault at 12 feet, 9 inches as
,Ray Lowry, the formal Normal star,
was unable to compete due to an in-
jury, while Martin Alexander took the
shot put for Michigan.
Michigan's two relay teams, at one-
half mile and a mile, both downed
Normal teams, although by less than
a stride in the former.
Leonard Bryant, Normal's versa-
tile colored ace, staged a "Ward act"
for the Hurons as he took place in
three events besides the relay. He
took a second in the dash and thirds
:n both hurdle events.
65-yard high hurdles: Won by Bob
Osgood (M); second, Moreau Hunt
(M); third, Leonard Bryant (N).
Time, 8:04.
300-yard dash: Won by Stan Bir-
leson (M); second, Harry Baker (N);
third, Harvey Patton (M); fourth,'
MerrillHershey (N). Time, 31.9.
60-yard dash: Won by Sam Stol-
ler (M); second, Leonard Bryant
(N); third, Fred Stiles (M). Time,
660-yard run: Won by Paul Gor-
man (M); second, Howard Davidson
(M); third, Frank Aikens (M). Time,
60-yard low hurdles: Won by Mor-
eau Hunt (M) ; Bob Osgood (M) ;
third, Leonard Bryant (N). Time,
Three-quarters-mile run: Won by
Clayton Brelsford (M); second, Har-
vey Smith (M); third, Paul Pinker-
ton (M). Time, 3:08.9. (Field House
Mile-and-one-half run: Won by
Bill Zepp (N); second, Walter Stone
(M); third, Rod Howell (M). Time,
6:50.7. (Field House Record).
One-half-mile relay: Won by Mich-
igan (Serakos, Morrison, Fisher, Os-
Shot put: Won by Alexander (M);
second, Widmer Etchells (M); third,
Watson Welever (N). Distance, 41
feet, 21/2 inches.
Pole vault: Won by Dave Hunn
(M); second, Bill Hawthorne (N);
thiO, Nelson Droullard (N). Height,
12 'feet, 9 inches.
Broad jump: Won by Eugene Os-
wald (N); second, Dave Hunn (M);
third, Moreau Hunt (M). Distance, 20
feet, 7%/2 inches.
Mile relay: Won by Michigan
(Stiles, Davidson, Patton and Birle-
son). Time, 3:26.1.
High jump: Won by Alfonso Gav-
rilowicz (N); tied for second, Konrad
Moisio (M) and Winston Moore (M).
Height, 6 feet 1% inches.

Hillsdale Game Halted
By Cold; Play Today
Weather permitting, Michigan's
baseball team will play Hillsdale
at 3:30 today at Hillsdale. The
game was originally scheduled for
yesterday but was called because
of cold weather.
Coach Ray Fisher is planning
to use his two ace hurlers, Art
Patchin and Berger Larson against
Hillsdale. With the all-important
game with the Illini coming up
Saturday Fisher desires to give
these two pitchers a good work-
out, fearing that the enforced va-
cation the last week, caused by
postponed games, may find them
a bit rusty.
Hillsdale is one of the better
baseball colleges in the state, hav-
ing victories over two Big Ten foes,
Northwestern and Wisconsin, al-
ready tucked away.
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Boxthorn, Chanceview
Get Derby Workouts
LOUISVILLE, Ky., April 30. - (41)
- Save for brief workouts given
Boxthorn and Chanceview today in
preparation for harder trials tomor-
row, most of the Kentucky Derby
hopes at Churchill Downs were mere-
ly given exercise walks today.

Pigeons Rush Reports
Of Reds' Game To Fan
CINCINNATI, April 30 --(AP)-Wil
liam Brand takes both baseball an
his pigeons seriously.
Unablento attend last Sunday
-game between Cincinnati and Chi
cago, he sent Harry Hugo to the gam
j with 10 carrier pigeons.

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