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THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1936

THE MICIGIIAN IDAILY

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Five

Varsity Sports On Card or Week-End

Hoytmen Meet
Illini; Nine To
Iaee Buckeyes
Football Clinic And Game
TO Be Held For Coaches
And PlayersSaturday
Michigan sport fans may look for-
ward to the coming week-end as one
of the gala athletic periods of the
year, as Varsity squads in five sports
swing into action with some sort
of activity in their respective field.
Football, baseball, track, golf and
tennis will all have something to offer
its followers in a sport panorama that
is practically unrivaled during the
school year.
Hold Football Clinic
The football clinic this year will,
as usual, be divided into two demon-
strations. On Saturday morning, May
9, the actual clinic will be held at
10 a.m. for the special benefit of visti-
ing coaches and playersfrom all parts
of the state. In the afternoon at 4
p.m. a regulation game will be played
be'tween two selected teams at the
stadium.
The Varsity baseball squad will also
spend a busy week end with three
games scheduled with Ohio State in
two days. On Friday, May 8, the Wol-
verines will meet the Buckeyes at 4
p.m., and on Saturday afternoon a
double header has been scheduled
starting at 1:30 p.m.
The track team will attempt to get
back in winning ways again after its
defeat at the hands of Ohio State
last Saturday, meeting Illinois in a
dual meet scheduled for 2 p.m. on
Saturday.
Golf Team In Match
Golf enthusiasts will witness plenty
of action as Coach Courtright's men
meet Louisiana State on Friday at 1
p.m. and Northwestern on Saturday.
In the latter match the doubles will
begin at 9 a.m. and the singles at 1
p.m.!
The Varsity netmen will play Pur-
due in the local Big Ten opener on
Friday, and will meet one of the
strongest aggregations in the Confer-
ence when they oppose Chicago Sat-
urday. Both matches are scheduled
to begin at the Ferry Field courts at
2:30 p.m. The tennis team will also
meet a squad of players from Cleve-
land Sunday in an exhibition match.
Among the great number of spec-
ators who are expected to witness
these games and matches will be the
Board of Control of Physical Educa-
tion who hold their regular meeting
on Friday, and numerous high school
coaches and players who will attend
the annual clinic.
Michican ine
Prepares For
Buckeye Tilts
With nine victories behind them, as
compared to only four losses, Mich-
igan's fence busters yesterday settled
down to the serious business of pre-
paring for the crucial three game
series with Ohio State here this week-
end.
At the end of the festivities with the
Buckeyes, the high spot of which will
be a double-header Saturday after-
noon, the Wolverines will either be
right in the thick of the Conference
pennant scramble or practically out
of the race.
Illinois meets Wisconsin twice this
week while Minnesota and Iowa, both
undefeated in four Conference starts,
clash in two games at Minneapolis.
Indiana, the other undefeated Big Ten
club, takes on Purdue in another two

game series while Northwestern and
Chicago have one game scheduled.
Capt. Larson will do the throwing
for Fisher's aggregation Friday, fac-
ing Ronnie Peters of Ohio. In Sat-
urday's double bill Gee and Fishman
will divide the mound duties.
With Michigan possessing a team
batting average of .325 to date it will
be the favorite to cop at least two
of the games. In the first game be-
tween the Bucks and the Wolverines
the latter came through with a 12-
9 victory. Tuesday they battered two
Hillsdale. hurlers for their ninth win
of the year and if they show the
same drive on the field as in that
game Fisher should definitely have a
title seeking ball club on his hands
Saturday night.
MOTHER'S DAY
GIFTS
of All Varieties
A complete line of Silk
Robes, Linens, Ivory

Sports of the Day
(By The Associate(] Press)
NEW YORK- Pitching three-hit
ball and aided by 14 hits, three of
them home runs, Monte Pearson de-
feated the Detroit Tigers for the first
time in his career today as the New
York Yankees walloped the World's!
Champions, 14-3, in the first clash
of the season.
CHICAGO - With the honor of
fighting for Uncle Sam in the Olymp-
ics as their objective, 90 of the finest
amateur boxers the nation has pro-
duced will stai firing leather tomor-
row for berths on the United Statesj
team.
Scores In I-M.
Sotfhall Low;
A. T. O.'s WinI
General improvement in pitching
and fielding featured the I-M soft-
ball tilts yesterday causing scores to
be much lower than has been the case
in the past. In the feature game
Alpha Tau Omega whipped the Al-
pha Delta Phi team, 7-4, and made
necessary a play off to determine
league champions. Wilmarth Sloot-
maker kept the Alpha Delt hitters
under control for the entire game.
Phi Alpha Kappa hung up another
victory to win their division cham-
pionship by defeating the Phi Gam-
ma Delta's, 10-2. Milt Slagh, hurler
for the winners, held the Phi Gam's
to five safeties, only one going for
extra bases. Bud Elliot, who re-
placed Breen onuthemound for the
Phi Gam's, also turned in a credit-
able performance, allowing only four
hits in the four innings that he
worked. Bob Daverman cracked out
a homer for the winners in the sixth
with two on base.
Theta Chi completely routed Alpha
Sigma Phi by bunching nine hits in
the last two innings for eleven tallies
added to one scored in the second.
Dick Eiserman, Theta Chi hurler,
scored a shut-out giving up only four
hits. Russ Coward walloped a long
homer for the winners that cleared
the brick wall in the right field of
diamond number one, then in the
next frame socked a double that come
within a foot of duplicating the first
drive.

Purple Upsets
Dope By Win
Over Loisiana!
Rankings Of Wolverines'I
Week-End Foes Reversed
In Match At Evaistoni
Unexpected complications in this
week's Varsity golf schedule developed
Tuesday at Evanston when North-
western defeated Louisiana State over
the North Shore Course, 112 to 6%.
Michigan meets Louisiana Friday
over the University Course and en-
tertains the Wildcats Saturday.
Heretofore the southerners had
been considered the stronger of the
two teams, and the
victory of North-
western over the
previously u n d e-
f ea te d Southern
Interco l legiate
champions marks
the Purple as aI
definite threat for David
the Wolverines in the Big Ten meet
as well as in Saturday's match.
The Michigan number-four man to
play with Capt. Chuck Kocsis, Woody
Malloy and Allen Saunders will be
chosen this afternoon after Coach
Ray Courtright plays the University
Course with Larry David, present
holder of the Northwest Amateur
title, Bill Barclay and Al Karpinski.
David played well against Ohio State
last Saturday and may get the call
again.
Saunders at three is expected
to meet Lawrence LaCarde, who with
Wright lost two of the three singles
points againstwNorthwestern.
At numbers one and two will be
seen in action a quartet of the finest
collegiate golfers in the country. Fred
Haas, recently crowned Southern In-
tercollegiate individual champion and
finalist in the National Collegiate
meet last June, will match strokes
with Captain Kocsis, who has had a
slice of Collegiate medalist honors
for the past two years.
Woody Malloy, also a co-medalist
in the last collegiates, will clash with
Paul Leslie, from whom Haas won
the Southern crown this spring.
Friday's singles and doubles will be
played in two best-ball foursomes be-
ginning at 1 p.m.

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Chicago Alumni Trophy To Be
Presented To Frosh Griddexr
By RICHARD F. SIDDER were the winners in 1928 and 1929
Early next week another name will respectively, and Hudson was later
be added to the list of men who have chosen captain in his senior year I
in the past been awarded the Chicago when Michigan won the conference
Alumni trophy. Since the first award title.
was made in 1925, a distinguished The 1930 award went to Estil Tess-
group of stars have found a place in mer but the presence of Harry New-
Michigan's yearling Hall of Fame. man and injuries that bothered him
This trophy is annually given to throughout his college career kept
the freshman gridder who, in the him on the bench most of the time.
opinion of the coaches, has shown The outstanding player of the group
the outstanding "improvement, at- received the award in 1931 when
titude, attendance, and future var- Herm Everhardus was the winning
sity promise." 1freshman. Herm was the leading
Baer Is First scorer in the Big Ten in 1933 and
was a member of two Wolverine Na-
Ray Baer was the first to be hon- tional championship elevens.
ored. Playing as a member of the Cooper Is Back
team on which the famous "Benny Gerald Ford, Mike Savage, Matt
to Benny"' combination starred. hePatanelli, the present Maize and Blue
was named to a guard post on the laeadBbCoe aebe
w Cnn edene a~egue d eon leader, and Bob Cooper have been
All-Conference eleven and received the trophy winners in the past four
honorable mention award for the e ooper was injure last year
All-American squad.. AL the present 1er.Coe a nue atya
time, Baer is turning out some fine and did not play, but has looked bet-
prep gridders at the Manual High ter than ever in spring drills.
school of Louisville. Although backs and ends have hog-
ged the spotlight in the past, there
The first of a series of backfield is an excellent chance that this year's
stars to find his name on the trophy selection will be a lineman. There are
was George Rich, a fine fullback who six or more frosh still in the running
was elected captain of the Wolver-_- -___

ine eleven in his senior year. Upon
graduation, he was appointed head
coach at Denison college.
Taylor Is Unlucky
In 1927 Laverene Taylor was se-
lected by the coaches, but misfortune
stalked his trail and Michigan was
robbed of one of its brightest pros-
pects when lie suffered a broken
back while playing against Wiscon-
sin in his first year of competition.
Danny Holmes and Roy Hudson
Big Ten Standings

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