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-A~vtUJ, llS Arun 2, 1936THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Hoyt Takes 15I
Men To Relay
Carnival Today
Trackmen Seek Victories
After 18-Year Absence
From Penn Meet
Heading for the historic Penn Re-
lays Carnival for the first time since
1918, Coach Charlie Hoyt and a fif-
teen man track squad are due to
leave Ann Arbor this afternoon, in-
tent upon making an impressive
showing in Philadelphia tomorrow
and Saturday.
In addition to four individual en-
tries Hoyt will take eleven relay men,
and as a result only Bill Staehle will
be called upon to run in both the two
and four-mile races, although Wal-
ter Stone expects to compete in the
3000 meter steeplechase in addition
to running on the four mile relay
quartet.
O'Connell To Go
The one mile relay team, holder
of the Conference record of 3:15.2,
will include Frank Aikens, Harvey
Patton, Bob Osgood, and Stan Birle-
son, while on the two mile team
named to make the trip will be Howie
Davidson, Harry O'Connell, Bill
Staehle and Ben Starr.
Running a mile each, Clayt Brels-
ford, Ray Fink, Walter Stone and
Bill Staehle will carry the Wolverine
colors in the celebrated four-mile
relay race, while John Townsend in
the shot and discus, Skip Etchells as
a discus heaver (and incidentally the
Big Ten Champion), Leonard Dwor-
sky as a javelin man, Sam Stoller in
the 100 meter dash and the broad-
jump, and Stone in the steeplechase
will compete in individual events for
Michigan and round out the squad
which isscheduled to depart at 3:40
p.m. today.
Manhattan Is Tough
The team will arrive in Philadel-
phia early Friday morning in ample
time to prepare for the preliminaries
Friday, stay at the Pennsylvania
Hotel Friday night, and catch an eve-
ning train home Saturday evening af-
ter what Wolverine fans hope will
be an eventful Michigan day.
Michigan will make perhaps her
strongest bid in the mile relay with
the stiffest competition expected
from Manhattan, the defending
champion. While Michigan's best
time indoors this year has been 3:21,
Manhattan ran 1600 meters inside
on boards in 3:19.7.
Crowder Fails As
Browns Win 12-4
ST. LOUIS, April 22.-After pound-
ing General Alvin Crowder for nine
hits and six runs in three innings,
the St. Louis Browns went on to
make it two straight over the Detroit
Tigers by trouncing the World's
Champions 12-4 at Sportsman's Park
today.
American League
Boston 4, Washington 3.
National League
Cincinnati 7, St. Louis 6.
New York 7, Philadelphia 2.
Broklyn 5, Boston 0.

Veteran Nine Alpha Dells And A.T.O.'s Win Kipke Experiments
'The HOT To Represent J1eature I-M Softball Contestsols s' Ftrat
PSTcOV E ed by Rla s Cole. Alpha Delta the fourth. of t saonsvteans the c -
Phi defeated Phi Sigma Kappa, 11 Bob Geyman, Theta Delt short stop, gan gridders entered the last lap of
-- By BILL REED -CE(to 4.in the feature Intranural soft- did much to balance his team's slop- their spring training campaign this
Large crowd F~peed I weS.Atprset oah ary ip
ball tame ysteday at South Ferry py fielding, while Chuck Yoakum week. presen oach i
fHE annual spring jaunt into the Varsity' Openiing Game!Field Cole pitched the route al- , looked best for the winners at first ke is working on new offensive forma-
south for the baseball team is Before "ing only our hits and fanning 13 base. Dick Wangelin hit two home tionespatterned somewhat on the Cubardines,
through and through a test, of every- men. runs to lead' A.T.O. at bat. Tom
one from manager to the most vet- In other outstanding games Theta Groehn and George VanVleck pitched Under the new method of lining Worsteds and Cheviots
eran campaigner This year's trip A veteran 17-man Wisconsin base- Ci overwhelmed Phi Gamma Delta, for Theta Delt and allowed 14 hits. up with an unbalanced line, the of-
was of course no exception, but fe ball squad, at present boasting only 15 to 4, Alpha Tau Omega won over Other scores: fensive front wall will be able to get $22.50 - $25.W
were under observations as close as three wins out of five starts, Will in- Theta Delta Chi. 15 to 7, and Kappa Alh Chi Si ma 20 Phi E l into the defensive secondary much
weeune bsratosascos svade Ann Arbor' Saturday afternoon d u im h i a 1Sga2,P ~s ker $29.50 and $35.00
John Jablonski, the senior backstop Sigma nosed out Sigma Phi Epsilon, pi 4pquicer
who is working on the Varsity this to meet what appears to be the 1 to 0, in the tightest interfraternity Delta Upsilon 8, Phi Kappa Tau 0.
strongest Michigan team since the aeo h 1 ayd far
spring for the first time. str.ons higan tea sn2 game of the 21 payed so fa. Pi Lambda Phi 9, Kappa Delta
Coming to Michigan with a world of championship club of 1928. Take Early Lead Rho 4.
promise, big and fast with a natural Advance indications point to a The Alpha Delta Phi team took a Phi Kappa Sigma 17, Lambda Chi
aptitude and a marvelous throwing large crowd viewing the curtain rais- one run lead in the second inning of Alpha 1. E
arm, Jabby was a standout as a er on the home diamond if the weath- the Alpha Delt-Phi Sig tilt, and Alpha Kappa Kappa 15, Triangle 5 Now at
freshman and was counted on heav- er man supplies a bit of spring weath- scored two runs in the third after Phi Alpha Kappa 15, Alpha Sigma 712 E Washingt Ph 9793 $ 1 8.00 to $40.00
ily to come through as a sophomore. er. The Ferry Field stands have been Phi Sigs had tied the score. With Phi 0.7 . W. h gonP.
repaired and painted during the past the count against them 4 to 2, the
But at the end of the first se- week and the evident power of Fish- losers rallied again in the fifth and
mester of his sophomore year er's club should draw hundreds o tied up the game again when Bob
Jabby's potentialities were negat- fans to the opener. Goebel pounded out a triple to score
ed by the jinx of ineligibility, SFTrga n eHhTm
which hit for the first time then, Win First Three Morgan and Preston ahead of him.
and repeated a year later so that Coach Poser's Badgers opened their But the Alpha Dets were not to
he finished his sophomore and season with two wins over Luther be denied and came back in the last TRMB E AT
junior years without a bit rear-d College and added a victory at the half of the fifth stanza to scoreTRI MBLE HATS
city experience, expns ofpeLake10Forest Tuefasday seven runs and put tesgame on ice.-I E C E M$ .0an 40
they dropped a 10 inning affair to A double by San Ladd scored WantyM I
Then Coach Fisher stepped into Western State, 5-4, and yesterday to break the tie and the Phi Sig
the picture, taking Jabby in hand by lost to the same team, 17-9. hurler went up in the air.
bringing him into his own home to This afternoon and tomorrow they Myer Fans Eight
live, for never has an athlete room- will play a strong Michigan State Ed Preston, Vern Burns, and Ned -LAYER BPICK
mg at Fisher's house ever been hit aggregation at East Lansing and will Kilmer pitched for the losers allow- -
by bad marks. And Fisher's infiu arrive here Saturday morning. Poser mg nm hits. Monty Welch and VAN I LLA and CAR AM EL N UT W A LK ER
by worked, for this spring for the has a pair of excellent hurlers in n Cbt whileMed gi lmanoW a nest for aAtnNaf.Alpha Dlt at
first time Jabby found himself eli- Pearson and O'Brien and will send bat while Ned Kilman was best for st Nat'l Bank Bldg.
gible for Varsity baseball. PiSg
With that backgroundof frustrat-one of them against the Wolverines. In the Theta Det-A.T.O. game,
ed promise, then, John went south Fisher will counter with Captain Lar- whihen ony tupinins it O riall
son, the curve ball expert, and ex- wihwn nyfu nig ih~AYEU~R
with the baseballers the object of Is, the r t b ringex icigan A.T.O. collecting the necessary 15 ----
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its second Conference win. Ion Myer kpt the Theta Delt bat-
The results of that inspection Tuesday the Badgers had trouble d otrIliknheta e ht-
chow definitelyy that the promise eCi5 unde controlsikmng out eight, -- ---- ------ -------.
whichabb show eat a frems- with the offerings of Dave Arnold t re he fart inning, two in th
which Jabby showed as a fresh- who will probably face the Michigan s(eond n the tInhirigd, and two in
man remains, and that only lack club before the season is over. Lar-
cf experience keeps him from be- son pitched the Big Ten opener'rFH
ing a really outstanding back- against Ohio State and athough not t k cA T A I L R E k T F A S H I N P A R K
ctop. In fact, Coach Fisher is at effective as he was in his two pre-A_
willing to gamble that given the vious starts in the South ,he keptla I '[tkI '
experience which two years of !the Buckeye hits well scattered. -
Varsity play would have fur- RdnesIsBetterDERiT Ap i 2--
nished, Jabby would be ready fordDT2 SielaU)-
a job in the summer. The condition of George Rudnesso Li I1i x- K' r. peakng before
has improved considerably and t he an O n i. C lub toay. pre- SMAT
As it is, Jabby is held down by that fleet fly chaser will be back at his : ,. fat hi. 1line gridders SMART
lack of experience, "I have to think center field post Saturday. Of theA'&Uai0 2 W ow omniineent for the next
about everything I'm doing before I nine men that start againAthe.eveli yu, but wuuld p obably win SHOES
do it" he says. But as those reflexes Badgers only two of them. both out- oni fou games next fall.
which make the good ball players fielders, have batting averages be- Ii dd not ay wat foes he ex- SHIIC K
become more automatic, there is go- low the .300 point. This superior of- " :"etio fall before the Michigan SHIC
ing to be no doubt that Jabby will fense places Michigan in the role of uirvrm, but conmmented that North- ELECTR IC
rank with any of them. favorite. wetrn.l innsoma and Ohio State I SHAVERS
Lack of experience behind the mask ~i. l ]ass of the Conference.
has not held Jabby back on offense Fisher sent his men through a six
inning intra-squad game yrste dav
however, and he has installed him- hich the Varsity won handily. Joh sFrames
self as the team's slugger as a resultGy
of te sothen tor. e isbatGee and Hlerm Fishman handled the eard
of the southern tour. He is bat- pitching duties for the winners, and k pired.
ting an even .400 at the present and only one real long hit was al Lenses Ground
has registered two home runs, in- for the Yannigans, Matt atanel HALL ER'S J el
eluding a drive against Roanoke slaon ga out a i omn rv 1tin' ( S-'
which cleared a high fence 350 feet mnSate Street at Lberty

out.
Entire Frosh Squad Put
Through Diamond Drill
In the absence of Coach Bennie
Oosterbaan, Varsity Captain Berger
Larson sent the freshman baseball-
ers through a long intra-squad game
yesterday, during which every can-
didate was given a chance to per-
form.

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