THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Stoller, Grieve Davey Barnes To Ma
Renew Rivalry First Home Town
In Dash Event
Varsity Appears In Only
Home Meet Of Season At
The Michigan track team will open
and close its home card for the out-
door season today when Coach Don
Seaton sends his crippled Illini
against Charley Hoyt's Wolverines at
2:00 p.m. on Ferry Field.
According to the Daily Illini, the in-
juries sustained by Illinois at Bloom-
ington last week where Indiana
drubbed them 85-46, have not been
cleared up as well as had been hoped,
and as a result, Coach Seaton will be
without the services of several of his
The toll appears to be greatest!
among the quarter-milers with Edj
Ticdcmann, Mike Orolivich, Harry
Gaiies, and Kenny Speer still on the
injured list. Duane Culinan and
Johnny Gill, hurdlers, as well as
Johnny O'Connell, two miler, will
probably see no action.
At the same time came the report
that Bobby Grieve was again in good
condition and would compete in both
the 100 and the 220. Sleepy Pear-
son and Lowell Spurgeon, only slight-
ly injured last week, will definitely
With Grieve apparently returned
to good condition and certainly to
form as borne out by his 9.7 hundred
last week, the prospect of a great
race in the century between him and
Stoller is again attracting a good deal
of attention locally and a great many
fans will be on hand to see a contin-
uation of this rivalry which started
in high school.
Holds One Decision
Grieve already holds one decision
over the Michigan Flyer this year,
won when he nosed Stoller out for
second in the Conference indoor meet.
Capt. Frank Aikens will be leading
the Wolverines for the last time at
home, and is hopeful of downing the
invaders by a good sized score. Coach
Hoyt plans on using all his available
man power and a few changes will be
made in the Varsity line-up. Either
Stan Birleson or Harvey Patton will
be entered in the 220 along with Steve
Mason and Fred Stiles, Bill Miller
will run in the quarter, Orlen Zahnow
will join Sam Stoller and Bob Pekels-
ma in the broad jump, and Bill
Staehle may be entered in the mile.
"Hard luck" Davey Barnes, the
plucky little muscle-pulling sprinter,
whom no amount of hard luck could
daunt will make his first and last
home start today. Davey is an Ann
Arbor boy who came to Michigan with
high hopes of doing great things on
the cinders. For three long years
pulled muscles and sprains have dog-
ged Davey to such an extent that he
has never gone off the blocks before
a home town crowd.
Meet In Annual
rid Tilt Today
Followers of the Michigan grid
squad will have their first chance to
find out what kind of team Coach
Harry Kipke will put on the field
next fall when the Yellow and Blue
elevens meet in the annual spring
intra-squad game at 4:00 p.m. today
in the Stadium.
A new set of offensive tactics were
issued to the players at the beginning
of the spring drills, and whether or
not there will be a change in the
Michigan style of play next season
depends largely on the showing of
the two teams today.
Coach Kipke has been well-pleased
by the progress of his men in train-
ing. The blocking and tackling have
been of a much better calibre than
was displayed in last year's schedule
and the passing and kicking have
also been very good.
The Blues under the direction of
Coach Franklin Cappon are favored
to beat Coach Wallie Weber's Yellow
team, because of their superior punt-
ing and general offensive play, but the
game promises to be a struggle never-
An added incentive will be fur-
nished the players inasmuch as the
freshmen striving for the Chicago
Alumni Trophy must make a good
showing in order to be considered.
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Road Trip For
Pre-Conference Games To
Include Normal, State
A three-game series with the Uni-
versity of Washington at Seattle,
the longest road trip ever made by a
Michigan basketball team, is the fea-
ture of the eight-game pre-Confer-
ence schedule of 1937 Wolverine hard-
wood team which Coach Franklin C.
Cappon announced yesterday. The
Huskies are the only new opponents
that the Varsity will meet.
Five teams make up the schedule,
one less than in 1936. Mt. Union of
Alliance, O., and Western Reserve of
Cleveland, who were met during the
Christmas vacation jaunt, will not be
played this year.
The season opener will be on De-
cember 7 with Michigan State Nor-
mal College, as in past years, and the
traditional series with Michigan State
College will be resumed, the first
game scheduled for December 12
at Yost Field House and the second
February 13 at Lansing.
The first of the three tilts with
Washington will be played December
21, with the other two scheduled
for the two succeeding evenings.
On their return from Seattle the
Varsity cagers will encounter the
University of Toledo five at Toledo
on New Year's night and then travel
to Indianapolis to take on the Butler
University Bulldogs on January 5.
Last season, with the Townsend bro-
thers, John and Earl, playing their
first collegiate game before a home-
town crowd, the Wolverines drew
their biggest crowd of the year, 10,-
BIG TEN SCORES
Iowa 5, Minnesota 2.
Indiana 9, Purdue 7.?
Bleinig (Groomeld For
Among the crop of freshman base-
ball tryouts is one who, from all in-
dications so far, should develop into
a first-rate catcher. Leo Beebe, who 4
is 18 years old, weighs 175 pounds,
and stands about six feet in height,
has been the first-choice frosh catcher
Beebe is a graduate of Fordson
High School, Dearborn. While in high
school he participated in football, bas-
ketball and baseball, winning three
letters in each sport. For three years
he was the regular back-stop on the
Fordson nine, acting as captain dur-
ing his senior year. His ability is
vouched for by the fact that in the
three years he was a player, his team
lost six games as compared to 28 wins.
Fordson is a member of the Border
Cities League and runs up against the
best teams in the southeastern sec-
tion of the state.
Since entering the University, Beebe
has won numerals as a quarterback
on the Phys. Ed. freshman football
team and has earned a second set of
numerals as a guard on the frosh
basketball squad. Although he dis-
played a better than average talent
at his quarterback post, Leo has a bad
knee and does not want to risk a
serious injury that might prevent
his playing baseball. Even at that,
if he can put on enough weight to
bring him up to around 190, he may
report for varsity football.
One thing that distinguishes Beebe
from the other frosh catchers is the
fact that when he throws to a base
or makes a toss to the pitcher, he has
absolutely no stuff on the ball. He
has an accurate and powerful throw
and increases the efficiency of his
peg by getting set for it as soon as
he sees a runner breaking.
Ox Eckhardt and Danny Taylor.
Dodger outfielder, were born on the
same day of the year.
Larsou Hurls Nitie Swimning Team Will
10 _WiiiOver o Give Exhibition Today
In response to numerous requests,
the Michigan Varsity swimming
seventhteam, National Collegiate champion,
!in he ad nziil. Maigeand the freshman squad that defeat-
did not strike out a Michi.Ji man ed the Varsity in a dual meet last
In Michigan's hali o tue fourth the season will give an exhibition at 1
game war won with a pair cf runs today in te ntramua 1
resulting mostly from Ohio misplays. beforc the state high school coaches
Ferner was sife on Way lik's error and athletes attending Coach Har-
and went to second on a wild pitch. myKipkes annual football clinic.
He secred when Uricek beat out a
hit to first. Soery, who fielded the Coach Matt Mann urges the mem-
ball, threw it practically into the hers of his two squads to be on hand.
Michigan dug out and Uricck con- The Wolverines have been drilling in-
tinued to second. He went to third formally since the N.C.A.A. meet
on an infield out and scored on Mau- last March in preparation for the
ger's second wild pitch. Olympic trials next summer.
Wild & Co.
Two singles anct a long fly tc hey-
liger in ight gave Ohio their final
run of.the game in the fifth. In the
,eventh Michigan's Merle Kremer
led off with a long triple into left
center and scored while Heyliger was
being thrown out at first. In his
last eight times at bat Kremer has
hit two home runs, two triples and a
double and has received two free
passes to first.
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