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F*IDAY, MAYS,1936 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WAGE THREE

Varsity Meets Buckeye Nine

Today

In First

Of Three

Michigan Title
Hopes Depend
On Ohio Series
Berger Larson To Attempt
Second Straight Victory
Over Scarlet And Gray
Michigan will open its first real bid
for 1936 Big Ten baseball honors at
4 p.m. today when it opposes the
Buckeyes of Ohio State in a single
game on the Ferry Field diamond. A
double header will be played tomor-
row afternoon between the same
teams.
In the percentage column the Wol-
verines are tied for first place in the
Conference with four other teams, all
of them undefeated. Michigan, how-
ever, has played only two league tilts
while the rest of the clubs have all
been in at least four.
Coach Ray Fisher is hoping that
his aggregation can sweep this series
with the Bucks as three more games
in the win column, as compared to
no losses, would place the Wolverines
in an enviable position. Fisher will
be depending on his captain, Berger
Larson, and a pair of southpaws, John
Gee and Herm Fishman, to pitch the
club to the three triumphs with Lar-
son starting in this afternoon's af-
fair.
Larson has pitched both of Michi-
gan's two Conference starts and al-
though not especially effective against
Ohio, he defeated them, 12-9. His
second win was over Wisconsin. He
will probably be opposed today by
Ronnie Peters, ace right hander of
the Buck mound staff, who lasted
less than three innings when he faced
the Wolverines for the first time this
year.
Michigan will be after its 10th win
in the season's 14 games today and
by gaining it and an even break in.
tomorrow's bargain bill the team will
have already won as many games as
last year's club won all season.
The double header tomorrow will
be part of the annual spring athletic
carnival which will feature five Mich-
igan teams in action. More than 2,-
500 guests are expected from high
schools throughout the state and both
this afternoon's single game and to-
morrow's double header should be
witnessed by near capacity crowds.
The probable lineups:

Michigan
Rudness, cf
Brewer, ss
Ferner, 3b
Uricek, 2b
Jablonski, c
Lerner, lb
Kremer, if
Heyliger, rf
Larson, p

Ohio State
Faurot, cf
Pape, 3b.
Raudabaugh, ss
Zarnos, rf
Hamilton, If
Spery, lb
Dye, 2b
Moser, c
Peters, p

Faces Crucial Test L.S.U., Champs
Of South, Play
GolfersToday
Karpinski To Play Number
Four; Northwestern Here
For Meet Tomorrow
Al Karpinski, Rochester, N.Y.,
sophomore, will be at the disputed
number four position on the Michi-
gan golf team this afternoon when
Coach Ray Courtright's National Col-
legiate and Big Ten champions clash
with Louisiana State, Southern In-
tercollegiate titleholder, over the
University Golf Course beginning at
1 p.m.
Karpinski, a power in up-state New
York golfing circles, was chosen by
Coach Courtright last night over
Larry David, senior veteran and
Capt. Chuck Kocsis, medalist Northwest Amateur champion for
and c-medalist in the National three years, and Bill Barclay, sopho-
Collegiate meet for the past two more from Flint. David and Barclay
years and one of the nation's lead- will see action tomorrow when the
ing amateurs, will meet strong op- Wolverines meet Northwestern, re-
position this afternoon over the cent conqueror of the Louisiana team.
University course when he clashes T
with Fred Haas of Louisiana State, This afternoon-s match will see
SouternIntercollegiate 'hmin four of the country's geat e l-1
SeuthernIchampion. lege golfers in action over the local
course. Capt. Chuck Kocsis, several
Netters M eet times Michigan amateur titleholder
j ! and one of the country's outstanding
amateurs, will meet an equally well-
cT oda - y known figure in Fred Haas, Southern
PJ Intercollegiate and Western Junior
d champion and finalist in the National
Collegiate meet.
Woody Malloy, Michigan number-
two man and co-medalist with Cap-
With Jarvis Dean definitely on the tain Kocsis in the last Collegiates, will
bench because of a recurrence of a battle Paul Leslie, Southern Inter-
back injury suffered in the Illinois collegiate champion before Haas. A]
meet, Coach John Johnstone faces the Saunders will be at number three fo
task of selecting a netter to play in the Varsity, while Wright Adams and
the number four position in the ten- Lawrence LaCarde will complete the
nis match with Purdue at 3 p.m. to- southerners' lineup. Singles and
day at the Ferry Field courts. doubles will be played in two best-
Coach Johnstone will probably ball foursomes.
gamble on Jesse Flick, the Texan - -
stylist, to replace Dean with Capt. Gridders Finish Annual
Howie Kahn, Miller Sherwood, and
Johnny Rodriguez playing the first Spring Practice Today
three singles in the order named.
Flick and Rodriguez will team up to After nearly a month of intensiv
form the second doubles combination training, the Michigan Varsity grid-
after Captain Kahn and Sherwood. dres will stage their last workout to
Comparative scores rate the Var- day-prior to thebannual spring in-
sity netters as heavy favorites to whip tra-squad game between thedYellow
the Boilermakers today since Indiana, to be held tomorrow afternoon a
one of the weakest teams in the con- theditm
ference defeated Purdue, 4-2, but the stadium.
comparative scores are tricky things
and Coach Johnstone refuses to pre- MANN CALLS SWIMMERS
diet a victory for Michigan Coach Matt Mann is calling the
Chicago, last year's Conference members of his National Collegiate
champions, will bring a team here championship Varsity swimming
tomorrow which Michigan stands team, and the freshman squad
little chance of defeating, but which to meet for an exhibition before
should give the Varsity a good chance the state high school coaches and
to see how Captain Kahn and Miller athletes at 1 p.m. tomorrow at the
Sherwood will stack up against the Intramural Pool.
Big Ten's best in the Conference
matches at Chicago May 21, 22, and
23. Eye Glass Frames
A group of Cleveland net stars Repaired.
headed by Leroy Weir, well known for Lenses Ground.
his tennis during summer session last
year, will meet the Varsity in an ex- HALLER'S Jewery
hibition match at 10 a.m. Sunday State Street at Liberty
morning at Ferry Field.
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throughout most of the quarter
dropped out of the race. Johnny
O'Connell was forced out of the two-
mile and Jim Heinlan was compelled
to withdraw from the pole vault.
In addition to the muscle jinx,
Lowell Spurgeon twisted an ankle
while high jumping and did not enter
the broad jump after getting no better
than a third in the high jump, and
Sleepy Pearson suffered a mishap on
the trip which resulted in a severely
bruised leg.
Injuries Cleared Up
Just how serious these injuries are
and how far the Illini will have re-
covered by Saturday's meet is still a
moot question, but it is possible that
most of the hurts will be pretty well
cleared up, although the recurrence
of an old leg injury suffered against
the Hoosiers, may handicap Bob
Grieve, Illinois sprinter who won the
hundred in 9.7 Saturday.
Illinois appears to have very little
strength in the middle distances. The
invaders' strength lies in the hurdles,
broad jump, high jump, the century,
pole vault and shot put.
In the Indiana meet the Illini
collected only four firsts and were
shut out in the half-mile, mile and
two-mile events.
Riegel Leaps High
Bud Riegel took the high jump
with a leap of 6 feet 2 /8 inches, Bob
Wright copped the 220-yard low
hurdles in 24 seconds flat, Fritz Weh-

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DOHERTYMEN OPPOSE IOWA
Coach Ken Doherty's strong yearl-
ing track team opens its outdoor post-
al campaign Friday at Ferris Field
against Ted Swenson's University of
Iowa freshman cindermen.
The Hawkeye squad counted three
wins and one loss for their indoor
efforts, the one loss being to Indiana
whom the Dohertymen beat.
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