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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Sherf Signs With Detroit01' mics

Captain Seymour Siegel, Bob Ander-' Rotber Downs Kasabach with Stuart Newsom, won the intra-
son, and Milton Eskowitz are auto- mural doubles title last fall.
matically eliminated. John Rodriguez, Fo I- T ni Crw
the Porto Rican netter, is scheduled to! Albert Rotberg defeated Harry Ka- RIVAL RED SOX
sail for home June 20, so will be un- sabach, 8-6, 6-4. to win the all-cam- C.C.N.Y. finished last in the East-
pus singles tennis title yesterday on ern Intercollegiate water polo league
able to contend' the Ferry Field courts. Rotberg, for eight consecutive years.

This Spring's
Tryout Brings
Him Contract
Has Been Called Greatest
Player To Come Out Of
Copper Country
By MARJORIE WESTERN
Johnny Sherf, Michigan All-Mid-
Western hockey star, has signed a
contract with Manager Jack Adams
of the Detroit hockey teams to play
with theOlympics. The Wolverine
ace is the only Michigan puck star
to be taken directly into the big time
ranks from college.
Sherf had his tryout with the De-
troit teams after the close of the local
season early this spring, and Adams
was impressed with his performance
in the early practices. The result
was the contrct, signed last week.
Debut In November
With his major debut scheduled
for the first week of November, Sherf
does not expect to be in school next
semester. He will finish up and
get his degree next June.
The Wolverine star is the only
puckster ever to have been picked
for the honor of captain and left
wing of the All-Midwestern hockey
team two different years. He was
awarded the position both last year
and this. He and Johnny Jewell,
goalie of the 1935 squad, captained
the Wolverine pucksters this past
year.
Was Team's High Scorer
Michigan fans will remember him
most vividly as the scoring ace who
led the team to their first Confer-
ence hockey title in five years. His
average for the season fell only one
point short of two goals a game.
Coach Eddie Lowrey, mentor of the
Michigan team, has had a few sea-
- sons of worry, for he has admitted
that he was afraid the professional
moguls would snap up his brilliant
wing before he had closed his college
career.
Practice Begins in October
Sherf has been a hockey player
since his pre-high school sextet.
Qoach Joe Savini of the Michigan
Tech team was his first coach, and
has since picked him as the greatest
player who has ever come out of the
Copper Country. Interviewed when
he was in Ann Arbor last winter, Sa-
vini said that he had no doubt that
Sherf would make good if he ever
entered professional hockey.
The practice season opens for
Sherf next October, when he will get
about a month of drill before his
professional debut. And, says Sherf,
'I have plenty to learn in that time."
Flint Central Golf Team
Captures Championship
Using 348 strokes, three less than
its closest rivals, the Flint Cen-
tral golf team won the State high
school Class A golf title yesterday at
the University golf course here. Otta-
wa Hills of Grand Rapids, the defend-
ing champions, were runners-up.
The Class B. title was captured
by the Wayne team, while St. Paul's
of Owosso were victors in the Class
C and D competition.

Olympics Sign Him

Thorward And Dean Will Enter
Intercollegiate Tennis Tourney

Although Michigan's tennis sea-I
son is officially closed for 1935, the
Maize and Blue will be represented
on the courts when the National
Intercollegiate Tournament opens
June 24 in Chicago. At least two of
the Wolverine netters will be playing
at Northwestern in the singles
matches.
Ted Thorward and Jarvis Dean
have definitely decided to enter the
ranks of the contestants. Whether
or not they will be the only Michi-
gan entrants is still uncertain. There

is a possibility that the newly-elected
captain, Howie Kahn, and Miller
Sherwood will also make a try for
the title.
Coach Johnstone is reported to
have said some time ago that he
woud probably not enter any seniors
in the play-offs. If that is done,

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The signing of Johnny Sherf, for
three years a Varsity hockey star
and last year co-Captain of the
team, by the Detroit Olympics was
announced yesterday. During his
junior and senior years Sherf was
chosen as wing on the All-Mid-
Western hockey team.
Rally In Ninth
FutileAs Sox
Defeat Detroit
The Tigers' customary ninth-in-
ning rally failed to succeed and
Schoolboy Rowe was defeated by the
White Sox, 5 to 4, in the series opener
with Chicago.
Other results :

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American League
Cleveland 3-7, St. Louis 7-2.
Washington 0-3, Philadelphia
Boston 6-2, New York 0-4.

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Philadelphia 4-3, Brooklyn 8-0.
St. Louis 4-4, Chicago 3-1.
New York-Boston, rain.
Only games scheduled.

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Badminton - Carmichael.
Bowling, singles - Markham.
B o w li n g, doubles - Tramontana
and Brown.
Codeball - Shaw.
Cross-country --Staehle.
Foul throwing - Eskowitz.
Golf -Mooney.
Horse-shoes, doubles - B a 1 d w i n
and Smith.
Squash - Waterman.
Tennis, fall singles - Edmonds.
Tennis, fall doubles - Rotberg and
Newsom.
Tennis, indoor singles - Anderson.
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