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THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1936

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Track And Diamond Squads Leave

Today or Crucial ests

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Hoyt Picks 24
Men To Make
Hoosier Trip
Miller's Recent Showing
Earns Him Berth; Steve
Mason Injured
A twenty-four man Michigan track
squad, named finally by Coach
Charlie Hoyt after last night's abre-
viated drill; will leave for Blooming-
ton at 10 a.m. today where the Wol-
verines are scheduled to tangle with
the Hoosiers Friday in a dual meet
that will in some respects be a pre-
view of the Conference Champion-
ships to be decided two weeks later
at Columbus.
A combination of circumstances
has forced Hoyt to alter his plans
slightly for the Indiana clash. Steve
Mason's back injury is still troubling
him and as a result, he will not make
the trip. But the recent perform-
ance of Chuck Miller in the quarter
has convinced the Wolverine coach
that he has a coming star in the
newly discovered Petoskey sopho-
more and with Mason out, Hoyt
plans to run Miller in 'the quarter,
then bring him back in the 220.
Peckelsna, Zahnow To Go
Hoyt decided to take both Bob
Peckelsma and Orlen Zahnow, broad
jumpers' with the team in prefer-
ence to Joe Fisher, shot putter who
can only do a few inches better than
Skip Etchells.
Michigan's chances for points are
better in the broad jump than in
the shot, particularly with Etchells
to fill in anyway, and the fact that
Zahnow is a sophomore while Fish-
er is a senior undoubtedly was taken
into consideration.
With Mason out and Miller run-
ning in the quarter and 220, the
Michigan mile relay team will be
composed of Stan Birleson, Harvey
Patton, Capt. Frank Aikens and Fred
Stiles, while Bob Osgood will be re-
served for his tangle with Dan
Caldemeyer in the hurdles.
Birleson After Revenge
Stan Birleson, star Wolverine 440
man, will be gunning for Malcolm
Hicks,. Hoosier who beat him to the
tape in the indoor encounter between
the two teams when they met in the
Field House here Feb. 29. Hicks
time was 50.4, but since then he has
apparently gone stale while Birleson
has been improving steadily.
The team tha4 will make the trip
today includes: Sam Stoller, Fred
Stiles, Bob Osgood, Moreau Hunt,
Stan Birleson, Harvey Patton, Chuck
Miller, Capt. Frank Aikens, Ben
Starr, Howdy Davidson, Clayt Brels-
ford, Ray Fink, Bill Staehle, Walter
Stone, John Townsend, Skip Etchells,
Mike Savage, Orlen Zahnow, Bob
Peckelsma, Adam Stone, Leonard
Dworsky, Morris Morgan, Nelson
Droulard and Harold Robinson.
Linksmen Face ,
Illini Saturday
In Last Match
Michigan's Varsity golfers will ap-
pear at home for the last time this
season when they meet Illinois Satur-
day in the final Conference dual meet
of the year.
Monday and Tuesday of next week
Coach Ray Courtright's men will de-
fend their Big Ten title over the Kil-
deer Country Club course at Evanston.
Capt. Chuck Kocsis will be after the
individual title he won in 1934 and'
lost to teammate Johnny Fischer
by three strokes last spring.'
Coach Courtright has not yet de-
cided on the fourth man to play inI

the Conference championships andl
will not do so until after the Illinois
match Saturday. The first three men1
will of course be Captain Kocsis,
Woody Malloy and Al Saunders.
The fourth man to play will be
chosen from the trio of Larry David,
Al Karpinski and Bill Barclay, but
five men will make the trip to Evan-
ston Sunday morning.E
Barclay will be at number fourt
against the Illini Saturday, accord-
ing to Coach Courtright. The Flint
sophomore is the only one of the1
trio battling for the fourth spot who1
has not played in a four-man matcht
this season. While he has not turnedt
in as many low scores as David ori
Karpinski, Barclay is the steadiest(
of the three and has turned in less (
bad rounds.t

The HOT STOVE
BBILL REED

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Three Clashes
Will Determine

Fhshman, Jack Of All Trades,

Playing Stella

IT LOOKED like a pretty barren
spring in prospect foi Ray Fisher as
he began lining up his baseball talent
last fall. Gone from the 1935 team
which got by, not as world beaters,
but in good shape, were Captain Russ
Oliver and the rest of the infield,
including Clayt Paulson, Jack Teitel-.
baurh and George Ford, and John Re-
geczi from the outfield. Joe Lerner
could be shifted from the outfield
to first base, to be sure, but that still
left a gap in the field.
Berge'r Larson was a pretty capable
pitcher, as no one would protest, but
beyond him the pitching staff looked
very meagre. John Gee had nothing
but a long arm, and who can ever
depend on sophomores? One bright
spot was Kim Williams, the Varsity
backstop.
Then came the end of the first
semester. Ineligibility was dis-
heartening enough, hitting Fisher
below the belt with John Smith-
ers and Bert Smith, most promis-
ing of his prospective hurlers,
but even more disheartening was.
the illness which took Kim Wil-
liams out of action, just sparing
his life in fact.
It certainly looked like a sad sea-
son in prospect as Fisher began talk-
ing about "getting by this week-end"
and "a lucky .500 season." But today
the Michigan team rides at the top
of the Big Ten with five straight
wins and has a season's record of 12
wins and four losses, three of the
losses coming on the southern trip
by one-run margins.
What explanation can there be for
such a record which already insures
a successful season, when prospects
were so unquestionably poor? The
answer is simply in the manner in
which the first-year men have come!
through to plug up gaps. And not
only have they filled the gaps but
they are making the team with their
attitude and play.
If it is possible to pick a leader
among the first-year players it would
probably be Herm Fishman, not only
for his actual work on the mound,
where he has won four games in as
many starts, and in center field, but
because of the spirit which he has
imbued. As cool as a professiosal,
Fishman's appearance in the game is,
Members of Goli
Numerous In
By GEORGE J. ANDROS
To the casual observer following
the activities of the Varsity golf team
the men representing Michigan are
merely a group of golfers. Excellent
golfers, to be sure, for the Wolver-
ines have won the National Colleg-
iate championships for the past two
years and are favorites to do so
again this summer, but still they are
not recognized by the average fan
for what they really are: holders of
individual titles, past and present,
by the dozens.
Frm northern Minnesotoa to local

a signal for Michigan to settle down
and for the opposition's boiling point
to drop. Add to that his eagerness
to get into a game in any capacity
and it is apparent that he is val-
uable.
Next would be the second-base
combination of Steve Uricek and
Don Brewer. Given the confi-
dence which a series such as last
week's conveys, Brewer is begin-
ning to team with Uricek as cne
of the best combinations Mich-
igan has ever had.
Another sophomore is Merle Kre-
mer, now hitting at .370 after chang-
ing his batting style, and a pretty
valuable man to have coming up to
the plate.
But the sophomores aren't the only
first-year men who have stepped in,
for there are also John Jablonski and
Carl Ferner, first-year men despite
their senior standing.
It was Ferner, an excellent bench!
duster for two seasons, who set the
pace as the team got under way on
the southern trip, returning home
with a batting average of .500, and
who for his first season at third has
turned in a top-notch fielding per-
formance.
Jablonski was the man really on
the spot as the season began, as he
was called on to fill in for the stricken
Williams and to finally give an ac-
count for the promises made of him
as a freshman but which two years
of ineligibility had cancelled. Anyone
who has seen Jabby play knows how
he has come through, as they can
also attest to the manner in which
Fisher's dire predictions have re-
mained unfulfilled.
Major Leagues
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet.
New York ...........18 8 .692
Boston .............18 9 .667
Cleveland ............15 9 .625
Detroit .............12 12 .500
Chicago .............10 10 .500
Washington .........13 14 .481
Philadelphia ..........8 15 .3481
St. Louis ............ 4 21 .160
f Squad Hold
idividual Crowns
Last season Malloy was co-medal-
ist with Captain Kocsis in the Col-
legiate, He was second behind Kocsis
in the Big Ten meet in 1934 andj
third behind Fischer and Kocsis last1
year.l
Allen Saunders, fifth in the Bigt
Ten as a sophomore last season, is a
product of Southwestern Michigan.-
He has won the Coldwater Country
Club title for four consecutive years
and the Tri-City Tournament (Mar-
shall, Albion and Coldwater) three

Niiie's, (Jtiiee's
Larson Opp oses SWafnson
In First Gane OfSeries
With Illinois
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Coach Ray Fisher and a 14-man

Sa:tuirdaty Athllete' tProves;
Depenidihle In Pinehes;
Has Won Four Straitilt
By RICHARD F. SIDDER
Jack of all trades and master of
none is not the saying to apply to
Herman Fishman, stellar hurler on

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-------neyed down to Toledo to meet Toledo
Lha "you can't niversity yesterday, dis.overed'that
down" and today "t h"" v va heavy rain had reltdered the courts
of 1.000, having won four straight uniliit for play, ate a good meal and

- V' 1 ------ --------the Michigan nine, for although he tice, but he has the true competitive
Michigan baseball squad will leave i can do almost anything in an ath- spirit, and when the heat is on, you
Ann Arbor this afternoon on a three- letic way, he does it all well. can always depend on him to come
game tour that should either make orj When Fishman pitched and won
break the Wolverines as far as their his first Big Ten start against Ohio through.
hopes for a championship are con- State last Saturday, he confirmed the j
cerned. fact that he is a pretty handy fellow
Tomorrow they will clash with Pur- to have arqund. Coach Ray Fisher
due at Lafayette, Ind., and it 'will be is but one of a numerous array of
up to either John Gee or Herm Fish- coaches who have depended on the
man to stop the Boilermakers. Tues- stocky southpaw in a pinch and then
day the Purdue club held Illinois watched him come through with fly-
to a 2-1 score and will be intent on ing colors.
handing Michigan its first Conference Captains Three Sports
defeat of the year. Herman can trace his athletic
Hardest Test Saturday prowess all the way back to the time
Saturday Fisher's aggregation will when he was a member of his gram-
mar school track, soccer and base-:a
get its acid test in the nature of two mar school Ic soccr and se-.
ball squads. In junior highi school,
games with Wally Roettger's fast he established himself as the city's
traveling Illini. It will be upon the most versatile athlete by winning
outcome of this double bill that Mich- letters in six sports and acting as
igan's title chances rest and the fans captain in three, soccer, basketball
in Urbana are looking forward to a
pair of outstanding pitching duels Hn beball.
with the clash between the two He entered high school with a big
Swedes, Berges Larson and Hale reputation and proved himself
Swanson, featuring the day's activ- worthy of it by winning three let-
ities. tei's in each of three sports, foot-
Illinois has won eight Big Ten starts ball in which he was a halfback,
and has lost but one. After Satur- basketball and basebal. He was
day's games the Indians will have only twice named to a guard position on
one more game to play, that with the All-City cage squad and led his
Chicago, and to sweep the twin en- team to the city championship in
gagement would practically assure his junior year. As a pitcher and
them of the Conference crown. outfielder on the Northern nine,
On the other hand if the Wolverines Fishman was instrumental in bring-
could win both tilts they, and not ing his team two league titles.
the Illini, would be the ones with Peculiarly enough the one sport in
one foot alieady on the throne. A which he had the most natural tal- We've been sti
split in the bill would benefit Mich- ent he was unable to play - tennis. ARCHER is th
Because tennis is only a minor sport design in shi,
igan moi'e than Illinois, due to the dsg nsi
latter's lone setback. Iowa's record in Detroit high schools, Herman felt Tailored to fl
for the season is identical to Mich- that it would be better. to devote his
igan's and with the Hawkeyes play- time to baseball. Most people will pered to the w:
ing the final two games of the year undoubtedly agree that his choice bilateral seams
here June 5 and 6 the fight for the was a wise one, but a glance at his
crown may last right up until the net record might make them dubious. form to the do
final inning of the June 6 game. Captures Tennis Titles back, then dis
Pairing with Howie Kahn, the
Bietila Included present Michigan Varsity captain, he curved in agai
The squad leaving today includes won the Michigan and New York no creeping u
Captain Larson, Gee, Fishman, John State junior doubles championships, fancy patterns.
Jablonski, Joe Lerner, Matt Patanelli, he was Michigan boy's singles title-
Don Brewei', Steve Uricek, Mike Milleiholder, and the winner of numerous
Walt Bietila, Carl Ferner, Merle Kre- singles and doubles trophies in New
; Goead iHeyYork state tournaments.
liger. This is Bietila's first trip with This past season, he established
the club the sophomore infielder hav- himself as the leading reserve at a
ing reported late due to participation guardposition on the cage squad de-
anhe winter Olympic games in Ger- spite his short and stocky build
The Wolverines were rained out which makes him look like anything
fTheWslheduedspwererainedTus-but a basketball player. He is a
of their scheduled appearance Tues- tricky ballhandler and dribbler, an
day against Western State in Kala- excellent long-shot, and good de-
mazoo after one inning had been fensive man. His fine play in the
played. Coach Fisher was particular- C esing min.tsofe Puryuengahert
ly anxious to get the game in as closing minutes of the Purdue game
he wanted Larson to get the benefit nearly pulled it out of the fire for
of nine innings on the mound. Berger Michigan.rt
nine iningsWhen Herman reported to Coach f
was apparently in fine fettle as he Fisher this spring, it did not look as
fanned two of three batters before though there was another opening
the deluge started.
Howie Berg will share Saturday's for a starting pitcher as Capt. Ber-
duties with Swanson for Illinois and ger Larson and John Gee were of "The Onl)
will face the Michigan southpaw who known ability. But Fishman proved
does not pitch Friday.
CLEVELAND JOURNALISM UniversityB E
A Cleveland scribe, in a Monday T EN N IS
paper, referred to Marven Owen asService
"Marvelous Marvin, the Mother's Day EXPERT STRINGING "It's T opc"
Mauler," Owen's two Sunday homers South University opp. the Den 5 IOJS
being the inspiration.

VTU1. 1 '.Jl I101J~ Udel.l! 2. I V.l .JU b GU ' times.
Ann Arbor and on to the rolling hills
of western New York, the present Larry David, ex-captain of the
members of Coach Ray Courtright's hockey team, comes from Hibbing,
squad who will be defending chai- Minn. He is at present defending
pions in the Big Ten meet next week Northwest Amateur champion, a
have wielded their clubs and come title he won last year for the third,
away with winning honors. time.
Koscis Heads List Al Karpinski, of Rochester, N.Y.,
Capt. Chuck Kocsis heads the list. won the Western New York High
Recognized as the state's leading School championship in 1932. The
amateur, the curly-headed standout quiet sophomore has been Rochester
of a famous Detroit golfing family District titleholder for the past two
has won the Michigan Amateur years, and was runner-up in the
crown three times. Western New York Open in 1934.
The Wolverine number-one man --
has taken the measure of the state's
professionals in winning the State
Open once. He has won the De-
troit District tourney twice and theBeac
Great Lakes Amateur once.
As a sophomore Captain Kocsis
won the Big Ten crown and was
medalist in the National Collegiate
meet. He was co-medalist in the
Collegiates last June, but was beat- Single- or Double-
en by Michigan's Johnny Fischer by IBreasted
three strokes in the Conference meet
Holds Ann Arbor Title
Woody Malloy, Michigan's num- Plin or Sport
ber two man, is a local product and
has been Ann Arbor champion four Backs
times. The long-driving senior won
the Michigan Interscholastic crown
in 1932. He has won the Washtenaw in
County Open and the Washtenaw
Country Club titles twice each and White - Grays - Tan
the Loch Alpine Amateur once.Y

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