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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Yellows, Blues

Box Score

Play 0-0 Tie In
FIRS
Football Battle Ohio 8~at(
Raudabaugh, ss.
Freshmen Show Up Well Waysik. f3b ...
In Annual intra-Squad Kiimoski, if.
Game At Stadium Spery, lb

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Janke, Jordan Good
Passing By Barasa Gives
Edge To Coach Weber's
Men As 3,500 Look On
By RICHARD F. SIDDER

M oser, c........... 3
Dye,. 2b ..........2
Edwards, p ........3
Totals ....... 29
Michigan (4) AB
Rudness. cf ........3
Brewer, ss ........2
Ferner, 3b ........4
Uricek, 2b........4
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Two evenly matched squads bat-
tled to a 0-0 tie yesterday afternoon
in the Michigan Stadium in the an-
nual spring game between the Yel-
lows and the Blues before a crowd
of 3,500 spectators including many
stars of former years. Although they
went into the game as the under-
dogs, Coach Wally Weber's Yellow
team took the play away from their
bigger and more experienced oppon-
ents and held the edge throughout
most of the struggle.
More important than the outcome
of the game was the fact that several
of the freshmen emerged from the
struggle as future Varsity material.
Fred Janke and Don Siegel look like
two excellent tackles, John Jordan,
big 220-pound center, seems destined
to follow in the footsteps of other
great Wolverine pivot men, and Rus-
sell Hook and Bob Curran showed
considerable promise in the backfield.
Muff Scoring Chances
Each team had one scoring chance,
but neither eleven was able to crash
through. The Yellows were the first
to threaten when early in the first
quarter Barasa passed beautifully to
Floersch and Thompson to take the
ball to the Blue 20-yard stripe, but
there they lost the ball on downs.
As the third period opened, the
Blues started a drive that carried the
ball to their opponents two-yard line.
Hook returned Barasa's punt 18
yards to the Yellow 46. Then Loiko
passed 20 yards to Levine and on the
suceeding play lateralled to Stanton
who was stopped two yards from the
goal line. Here the Yellows braced
and threw Hook for losses on two
plays, a pass fell incomplete, and then
George Marzonie's attempted place
kick went wide.
Barasa continued his excellent
passing in the last quarter, but his
receivers were unable to hang on to
the pigskin after breaking in the
clear. He was keeping the Blue's de-
fense off balance by a judicious mix-
ing of plays.
Blocking, Tackling Better
There is no doubt that next year's
Michigan team will be better than last
year's squad. The tackling and
blocking were of a caliber far above
that displayed in 1935. Bob Cooper
gave an excellent punting exhibition
and played his safety position well.
Another of last season's weaknesses
will be removed inasmuch as Coach
Kipke will have plenty of capable
reserves on hand. The extreme heat
forced the coaches to make frequent
substitutions, but at no time was
either eleven weakened because of
the changes.
As far as statistics went, there was
little to choose between the teams.
The Yellows garnered seven first
downs to the Blues four and out-
passed Coach Cappon's men, but were
outpunted and lost ground on the
return of kicks.
Hold Morning Clinic
In the morning a demonstration
was put on by members of the two
teams in Yost Field House. As
Coaches Kipke and Cappon explained
the mechanics of Michigan's offensive
and defensive maneuvers, the players
demonstrated the correct methods of
play. The proper way to tackle, block
and pass was shown to the high
school coaches and students who
packed the Field House to see the
clinic.
As a final offering the two squads
ran through 20- plays, including line
bucks, end runs and passes for the
benefit of the spectators.
GOLF SUMMARIES
Singles:
Wagner (N) d. Kocsis (M), 2I/ to
'/a
Malloy (M) d. Kostelecky (N), 2
to 1.
Saunders (M) d. Seielli (N), 2/2 to
Marek (N) d. David (M), 3 to 0.
Graham (N) d. Barclay (M), 2 to 1.
Doubles:

Kocsis and Malloy (M) d. Wagner
and Kostelecky (N), 3 to 0.
Saunders and David (MN) d. Seielli
and Marek (N), 3 to 0.
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Lerner, lb ,...... .
Kremer, if ...... .
Heyliger, rf .......
Gee, p ...........
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Runs batted in: Kremer (2), Jab-
lonski (2), Raudabaugh. Left on
bases: Michigan, 4; Ohio 4. Struck
cut by: Gee, 6; Edwards, 5. Bases
on balls off: Gee, 2; Edwards, 3. Hit
batsman: Gee (Zarnos). Double play:
Uricek to Lerner. Umpires: Vick and
Snyder. Time of game: 1:34.
SECOND GAME

Ohio State (2)
Faurot, cf.
Raudabaugh, s
Bowlus, 2b.
Zarnos, rf ..
Klimoski, lf.
Spery, lb ..
Seaman, c
Moser, c.....
Dye, 3b .......
Wayulik, 3b ...
Elsass, p ......
Galloway, p .. .

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Maroons Take
Tennis Match
By 6-0 Score
Large Crowd Sees Roit As
Wolverines Fail Io Win,
A SingleSet'
By CARL GERSTACKER
Without the loss of a single set.
Chicago's title bound tennis team,
thoroughly whipped Michigan's Var-
sity, 6-0, yesterday before a large
crowd at Ferry Field. Coach John-
stone's netters were able to salvage
only 21 games out of the six matches.
Capt. Howie Kahn startedout well1
against Capt. Norman Bickel of the,
Maroons, winning the first two games,
but Bickel very soon got the situation
well in hand and proceeded to win 11
games in a row taking the match
6-2, 6-1. Bickel forced the play in
a manner that was beautiful to watch
as he consistently worked Kahn oul
of position and then took the poin
on an easy placement.
Bickel's play was very impressive
since Don Leavens, Northwestern's
highly touted star, barely managed to
eke out an 8-6, 7-5, over Captain
Kahn in their match at Columbus.
Norman Burgess, Chicago's num-
ber two player, deluged Miller Sher-
wood under a volley of backhand and
forehand drives to win, 6-0, 6-0. Bur-
gess' backhand shots were especially
brilliant.
Jesse Flick ,the Varsity's highly im-
proved number four man put up a
great battle before going down to
defeat before Johnny Shostrum, Ma-
roon sophomore ace, 6-4, 6-4, in the
best match of the day. Flick's play
though bril'liant in spurts, is not quite
consistent enough to defeat a good
steady player. With a little more
seasoning however, he should get
in a greater percentage of his place-
ments.
Ted Thorward took Flick's place in
the doubles, teaming up with Johnny
Rodriguez, but this match went the
way of all they others, and they lost
to Shostrum and Mertz, 6-1, 6-2.
SUMMARIES
' Singles
Bickel (C) df. Kahn (M), 6-2, 6-1.
Burgess (C) df. Sherwood (M),
6-0, 6-0.
Mertz (C) df. Rodriguez (M), 6-2,1
6-2.
Shostrum (C) df. Flick (M), 6-4,
6-4.
Doubles:
Bickel and Burgess (C) df. Kahn
and Sherwood (M), 6-3, 6-0.
Shostrum and Mertz (C) df.
Thorward and Rodrigues (M), 6-2,
6-1.
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
Wisconsin 1, Illinois 0.
Purdue 6, Indiana 5.
Chicago 5, Northwestern 2.
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14. Distance 45 ft. 9 in.
High jump: Riegel (I), Spurgeon Javclin throw: Won by Stone (M);
(I) and Spurlock (I) tied for first. second, Dworsky (M); third, Martin
Height 5 ft. 10 in. (M). Distance 181 ft. 434 in.
120-yard high hurdles: Won by Os- . Pcle vault: Won by Hackett (I) ;
good (M); second, Wright (I); third, second, Morgan (M); third, Frary (I)

Michigan-Illinois Track Summaries.
Mile run: Won by Brelsford (M); Robinson (I). Time :14.3. (New and Droulard (M) tied. Height 12
second, Stachle (M); third, Fink (M). Michigan and meet record. Old ft. 6 in.
Time 4:20.1. Michigan record by Willis Ward, 14.5, Two-mile run: Won by Stone (M);
440-yard dash: Won by Birelson in 1935. Old meet record by Ward, second, Pinkerton (M); third, Stachle
(M) ; second, Patton (M) ; third, Mil- 14.7 in 1934). (M). Time 9:48.7.
i, (M). Tinmi :48.8. (Equals dual 880-yard run: Won by Davidson Broad Jump: Won by Brunton,
meet record of Ed Russell, Michigan, (M); second, Starr (M) ; third, Aikens (:); second, Stoller (M) ; third,j
i 10- d (r22-yad das Won by Grieve I Wheatley, (. Distance 23 ft. 8 in. j
100-yard dash: Won by Stoller second, Stiles (M) ; third, McClure 220 yard low hurdles: Won by
(I ) ; second, Grieve (I4); third, Mc- () .Time 21.5 .Wright (); second, Brunton (I).;
Clure (I). Time :9.7. (Equals meet Shot put: Won by Townsend (M); third, Osgood (M). Time 23.4. (New
record of William Russell, Illinois, in second, Frary u ) third, Fisher (M).
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Di'cus: Won by Etchells, (M); sec-
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Dist ance 140 ft, 9 in.
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Totals ......
Michigan (14)
Rudness, cf.....
Brewer, ss .......
Miller, ss ........
Ferner, 3b .......
Uricek, 2b . .... .
Jablonski, c......
Lerner, lb .......
Patanelli, lb
Kremer, if......
Heyliger, rf .....
Fishman, p ......

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Totals ......29 14 11 21 9 3
Runs batted in: Uricek, 4; Jab-
lonski, 2; Brewer, Ferner, Rudness,
Kremer, Heyliger, Fishman; Zarnos,
Wayslik. Two base hits: Brewer,
Ferner; Zarnos. Three base hits:
Uricek (2). Double play: Ferner to
Letrner. Struck out: by Fishman, 3;
Elsass, 1; Galloway, 1. Bases on
balls: off Fishman, 2; Elsass, 2; Gal-
loways, 2. Hit batsman: Fishman
(Spery). Hits off: Elsass, 8 in 3/3
innings; Galloway, 3 in 2 2/3 innings.
Losing pitcher: Elsass. Wild pitch:
Fishman. Umpires: Vick and Snyder.
Time of game: 1:30.

BIG TEN ST
Michigan..........
Iowa ..............
Illinois'............
Indiana ...........
Minnesota ........
Chicago ...........
Wisconsin.........
Purdue ..........

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