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S APITHE MICHIGAN DAILY

Nine Opposes
Ohio Wesleyan
In First Game
Larson Selected To Hurl
In Opener Tomorrow
By Coach FisherI
Coach Ray Fisher will lead with
his strongest card tomorrow afternoon
when he sends the ace of his hurling
corps, Capt. Berger Larson, against a
strong Ohio Wesleyan nine in Mich-
igan's first 1936 baseball game.
The Ohio team will be faced both
Friday and Saturday, and then Mon-
day the Wolverines will move to Sa-
lem, Va., where two days will be spent
in opposing the Roanoke College ag-
gregation. The rest of the week will
be spent against Virginia and Mary-
land teams, but the return home will
feature two games with Ohio State,
the first of thesConference sched-
ule.
Hurlers Are Problem
Fisher hasdelayed until today an-
nouncing the make-up of the squad
but it is expected to number 16 or 17.
His big problem is how many hurlers
to include. Larson, Gee and Fish-
man are sure bets, but the rest will
not be known until this afternoon.
It will largely be a team of rookies
that starts for Michigan' against
Wesleyan, but even so, if a good rec-
ord is made, the Woverines will be
rated high in the Big Ten predic-
tions. The results of the Ohio State
games will largely determine that.
The squad went through light drills
on Ferry Field yesterday, consisting
mainly of pepper games and fly chas-
iig. A stiff workout is scheduled
.or today, and all of the pitchers
will probably throw some.
Gee Pitches Saturday
John Gee, 'the Western Confer-
ence's largest hurler, is slated to start
the season's second game Saturday,
and sophomore Herm Fishman may
get the call to face Roanoke Monday.
Varying weather conditions will have
to be taken into account, however,
but Fisher is hoping that last years'
weather, which forced cancellation of
half the games, is not repeated.
As yet this season none of the Big
Ten teams that have gone south have
returned with enviable records to
their credit. Although nothing will
actually be known of Michigan's
strength until seen under fire, in-
dications point to a stronger defense
0han offense. With the pitchers
performing well and the hitters find-
ing southgrn offerings to their liking,
a hfgh percentage of victories would
be looked for. Of the teams on Mich-
igan's schedule, the only one to amass
many wins in the south was Mich-
igan State which won four games
in as many starts.
Freshmen Star
As Gridders Go
Through Paces
In the last practice before vacation,
fifty-odd Michigan gridders displayed
their wares before Head Coach Har-
ry Kipke and his staff in a fast scrim-
mage. By changing the men around
frequently, Kipke was able to keep
them going at a stiff pace for more
than an hour.
Although he was hurt in the last
minutes of play, Wally Hook, a fresh-
man fullback, and Don Siegel, big
yearling tackle, stood out above the
others.
Hook was the fastest man on the
field yesterday and used his speed to
good advantage as he circled the ends
for long gains time and again. He
received excellent blocking on several

occasions which allowed him to cross
the line of scrimmage, but after that
he ran by himself.
Breaking through the offensive line
to smear plays before they were start-
EASTER
APPAREL

To Toil On Mound

Twenty Frosh Red Wings NWill Give
Wrestlers Wi - Another 11Jie By W
(13 the Associated Press)
1936 Awards WINSTON SALEM.N.C-The De- D By FRED BUESSER ognomy has
troit Tigers celebrated "General Al- Btfey F ha s, o ting flying
yin Crowder Day" in the home city Dtociyfchmponpolyvears
Twenty members of the freshman Cyyone step closer to a monopoly over years, was su
of their veteran pitcher today by de- the sports world last night when their an evenig a:
wrestling squad have been awarded feating the Cincinnati Reds, 2 to 0. able hockey representatives - the The same
numerals, according to an announce-I
Crowder pitched the first four in- high-geared Red Wings -- moved over which have b
ment made yesterday by Coaches allowed two hits. The to Toronto with the Stanley Cup the play-offs
Cliff Keen and Otto Kelly. Include Rd g an apparently in the bag. third win of
1Reds got only one hit, off Clarence E.bt o ve1cofdeta trdwno
in this group, which was the best Eager but not over-confident afterad
.pPhillips, towering right hander, who Tuesday night's scoring orgy when night and wi
seen at Michigan in the last five finished the game in as breezy a they shellacked the Maple Leafs, 9-4,
years, were several outstanding pros- style as apy Bengal hurler has done for their fifth straight play-off win, check Charla
stylerfft taih la-f' iprecedent tha
pects for next year's varsity team, this spring. Each granted one base the Wings have every hope of taking dropping the
namely, Ferdinand Brubaker, 125 on balls. tonight's clash and bringing the Stan- competition
pounds, Akron, .; Harold Nichols. ley Cup, for 43 years emblematic of Wings have1
145, Cresco, Iowa; Harland Danner,!EAST LANSING-An intestinal the world's hockey championship, to high as 8-1 t
4 ailment sent Coach John Kobs to Detroit for the first time since the championship
155, and Richard Tasch, 175, both of bed today. The illness was not be- inception of hockey there in 1927. I achievements
Ann Arbor; Forrest Jordan, heavy- lieved to be serious, but it served to Break Record baseball, foot
weight, Clare. give his baseball team another day Breaking a play-off scoring record racing, billi
The strength of the yearling squad of rest before the resumption of set in 1918 when the Toronto Arenas Derby winne
w shown in the Varsity-freshmanpractice. downed the Montreal Canadians, 7-3, *

Detroit
bee nohant i-

LAST SEASON FOR UTTON
ntr4Vy Ik)Lit toni, player-mnaijager
of t1w Ncw York AmnericanS i(!e
hockey team, will not be on the ice
after this season.
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been nonchalantly de-
rubber for a good many
bjected to as unpleasant
s he has ever known.
three forward lines
been so effective during
will be trying for their
the current series to-
h Herbie Lewis to back-
ie Conacher and the
at no team can win after
first two games in cup
to back them up, the
been quoted at odds as
o add the world's hockey
p to Detroit's list of sport
which already include,
ball, boxing, motor boat
ards, and a potential
r.

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-Associated Press Photo.
Michigan's hopes for a victory in
its first encounter of the spring
training trip will hinge strongly on
the good right arm of Capt. Berger
Larson when he faces Ohio Wesley-
an tomorrow. Larson reports that
"he is raring to go.
Tentative Golf
Team Selected
To Start Drills

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meet, which was a feature of the
intramural Open Houseprogram.
The Varsity barely, won, in a hard-
fought battle, by a score of 15-13.
Other numeral winners were: Allen
Andrews, Langley Field, Va.; Thomas
J. Aye and Richard M. Springer, Am-
bridge, Pa.: Ray Courtright, and Rob-
ert Eddy, Ann Arbor; Eugene Day,
Fenton; Enos M. Denham, Grand
Rapids; David G. Drysdale, Grosse
Pointe; Lester E. Goda and Charles
Schwader, Rochester, N. Y.; Urbane
Hird, Lakewood, O.; Robert L. John-
son, Saginaw; Albert P. Mayio, De-
troit; Harold Rosen, Plains, Pa.;
Harry Slutsky, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Coach Kelly has requested that all
freshman wrestlers report to him,
Wednesday, April 22, at Waterman
Gym.

Track Squad Gets First
Outdoor Drill In Week'
Cheered by the presence of a
bright afternoon sun, Coach Chuck
Hoyt sent his runners outside for a
brief warm-up drill on Ferry Field
yesterday for the first time in more
than a week.
The rest of the squad remained in
the Field House. None of the run-
ners stayed out long and all worked
under wraps with the idea in mind
of getting accustomed to running
outdoors rather than any attempt at

the Red Wings rode throughtthe I
Leafs Tuesday night like tanks
through an infantry advance as they
completely bewildered and disorgan-
ized what was supposedly one of the'
toughest defenses in hockey.
Detroit supporters admitted that;
the Leafs would be more dangerous
on their own ice, but pointed out that
since the night they ended their
slump and won the League title with
an impressive victory over the Chi-
cago Blackhawks, the Wings have
won seven straight games with dis-
plays of scoring power that will take
more than mild inspiration to stop.
Everbody ScoresI
Every Detroit player except EbbieJ
} Goodfellow, Pete Kelly, and Normie'
Smith figured in Tuesday's scor-
ing rampage when old George Hains-
worth, whose tobacco-stained physi-

NEW CASINO, WALLED LAKE
Grand Opening, Friday,_April 17
2 -GREAT BANDS-- 2
Playing Alternately
on Two Stages

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TOM GENTRY
and His Orchestra
CARLETON COON
and His Ambassadors
Featuring the Singing of
PATRICIA NORMAN
FRANK RAYE
MARGIE KELLER
Dancing Friday, Saturday, and
Sunday - 2 Bands Each Night

Squad To Be Given
Playing Privileges
University Links

Free
On

working up speed. Today was
the second day this season that
an abreviated outside workout
I been possible.

only
even
has

ADMISSION-
Including Dancing,
ONLY
40c

A temporary seven-man Varsityt
golf squad, to be accorded free play-I
ing privileges for the University Golf
Course as soon as the links are open,
was announced yesterday by Coach
Ray Courtright.
The seven named are Capt. Chuck
Kocsis, Woody Malloy, Al Saunders,
Larry David, Al Karpinski, Bill Bar-
clay and Harrison Williams. Capt.
Kocsis, Malloy and David have won
two letters and Saunders one, while
Karpinski and Barclay were the stars
of .last year's freshman squad.
Freshmen Announced
At the same time Coach Court-
right announced the names of six
freshmen who also will be accorded
free playing privileges with the open-
ing of the University Course. They
are: Charles Novar, B. M. Smith, C.
I. Evans, D. 'L. Zimmerman, R. G.
Griffen and R. H. Cole.
A Varsity squad of ten men and
a freshman squad of eight will be al-
lowed to play the University Course
without charge every week, with the
lists subject to change in accordance
with new rankings posted every Mon-
day.
Play Three Rounds
Each man on the Varsity and
freshman squads will be required to
play at least three 18-hole rounds a
week, and must leave his attested
scores at the clubhouse. These scores
will determine the week's rankings.
The Wolverines will defend their
Conference crown over the Kildeer
Country Club course in Evanston on
May 18 and 19, and will defend their
National Collegiate Championship at
the North Shore Country Club in
Chicago during the last week in June.
HAS EXCELLENT RECORD
In three years of boxing, West Vir-
ginia's team has won 27, tied three
and lost two dual meets. The 1936
season saw the Mountaineers unbeat-
en.
ed, Siegel looked like a real prospect
for the Varsity tackle post. He is a
exceptionally agile for a man of his
size, as he is six feet tall and weighs
200 pounds.
Practice will be resumed the first
Monday following the vacation
period. New plays will be handed out
and the scrimmages will grow longer
and more intensive.
CALL FOR FRESHMEN
All freshmen wishing to try out
for the freshman baseball team
are to report at the Field House
on the afternoon of April 20.
Coach Bennie Costerbaan.

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