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TUEbDAY,JUNE 2, r3 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
26 Traekmen, 14 Ball Players Receive Freshman Nu

PAGE THREE
in-erals

Doherty's Men
Set Three New
Track Records
Bill Watson Breaks Mark
In Diseus And Shot P t;
Heath Bests 220 Time
Good Nine Prospects
Five Award Winners Show
Varsity Promise; Gedeon
Outstanding Freshman
Twenty-six trackmen and 14 base-
ball players will receive freshman
numeral awards, it was announced
yesterday.
Ken Doherty's cinder crew led by
"Big Bill" Watson, Negro all-around
ace, set up three new first'year marks
and tied an old one. Watson set
new standards in the discus and shot
put as he hurled the platter 139 ft.
2 in. and the shot 49 ft. 5 inches.
Roy Heath, lanky Kansas speed-
ster, cracked the other yearling mark
as he turned the 220 yard dash in
:21.1 seconds.
Distance Men Handicapped
Alan Smith. crack freshman
sprinter from Paw Paw, tied the mark
of 9.9 seconds for the century set by
Michigan's number one speedster,
Sam Stoller in 1935. The distance
men were handicapped in their
record attempts by presistant strong
winds.
At least five of the baseball num
eral winners will make strong bid
for a regular job next season. Ir
Elmer Gedeon, first baseman and
pitcher, Coach Bennie Oosterbaar'
believes he has a real star as the bif
Ohioan hits the ball hard and has
a powerful arm.
Dan Smick and Chuck McHugh,
two right-handers, are both likely
Varsity material while infielders Walt
Peckinpaugh and Irv Lisagor also
show promise.
Numeral Winners
The numeral winners in baseball
are: Robert Barber, South Byron, N.
Y., Leo C. Beebe, Dearborn, Mich.,
Victor W. Canever, Birmingham,
Mich., Elmer J. Gedeon, Cleveland,
Ohio, Benjamin Leopold, Pleasant-
ville, N. Y., Irvin Lisagor, Chicago,
Richard F. Long, Butler, Ind., Charles
H. McHugh, New York, Joseph F.
Paulus, Detroit, Walter S. Peckin-
paugh, Cleveland, Daniel Smick,
Hazel Park, Mich., Stoddard G. Spa-
der, St. Johnsbury, Vt., Edward Try-
ka, Perry, N. Y., and Vincent Valek,
Holly, Mich.
Freshmen track winners are: Wal-
do Abbott and Herbert Martens, Ann
Arbor; William Buchanan, Brooklyn,
N.Y.; Charles Clark, Peoria, Ill.;
James Clark, Kansas City, Mo.;
Harvey Clarke, Spokane, Wash.;
Harold Davidson, Grand Rapids;
Ross Faulkner, Upper Montclair, N.'
J.; Jerome Friedenberg, New Ro-
chelle, N.Y.; Robert Gager, Niagara
Falls, N.Y.; Douglas Hayes, Highland
Park; Roy Heath, Salina, Kan.; Ed
Kmet, Cleveland, O.; Jurgen Luders,
Essex Fells, N. J.; Frederick Osberg,
Rutherford, N. J.; Ralph Rosenberg,
Asheville, N. C.; Don Siegal, Royal
Oak; Ala Smith, Paw Paw; William
Spicer ,Duluth, Minn.; Jesse Stewart,
Detroit; Myron Wallace, Brookline,
Mass.; Bill Watson, Saginaw; Frank
Wilkinson, Park Ridge, Ill.; Philip
Whittemore, Evanston, Ill.; Alfred
Peterson, Port Chester, Conn.; and
Robert Archer, Milwaukee, Wis.

W olverines To Open Big Ten Title Series Today W ith Iowa

Six Reasons Why The Hawkeye Games Will Be Tough

Varsity Needs
Two VictoriesI
To Win Crown
Two-Day Split Would Give
Big Ten Championship
To Illinois Team
(Continued from Page 1)
outstanding southpaws facing each
other, Fishman having won eight
games without taking a single set-
back, the hitters of both clubs aic
apt to have plenty of trouble in
connecting safely.
Gee will be ready for relief work in
either game, putting in just enough
work yesterday to be in fit shape
for a bit of fire-balling against the
Hawkeyes. Howard "Stretch" Miller
is the third Iowa hurling star and
will be called into action if either
Man Vogel starts on the hill gets in
trouble.
Over their first 15 games the Hawk-
eyes had a combined batting average
of .288 and their pitching was of
such calibre as to hold opposing hit-
ters to a .192 mark. Their most re-
cent achievement of note was the 10-
5 shellacking they handed Notre Dame
Saturday, this being but the third loss
the Irish have taken all year. In
that game Iowa clubbed three Notre
Dame pitchers for 15 hits and put
the game on ice in the opening inning
with a five-run deluge.
While the Hawkeyes are apparent-
ly at the to) of their stride, Coach
Fisher is somewhat worried over re-
cent appearances of his charges at
the plate for in the last four games
Michigan has collected but 22 hits.
The one cheering note, however, lies
in the fact that the Wolverines have
managed to hit when hits counted
and have kept their victory string

Varsity Golfers Play Frosh Today

Coach Ray Courtright will send his
Big Ten golf champions against the
yearling crew at 1 p.m. today on the
University course in a regular 18-hole
match.
This match will mark the first
competition the freshmen have. en-
gaged in this year aside from inter-
squad play, and may prove to give
Courtright a line on the men who
~will have to fill the positions vacated
by Capt. Chuck Koesis, Woody Mal-
loy and Larry David of this year's
Varsity squad.
Points in the match will be scored
as with all medal play. The winner

of each nine scores a point as does
the winner of the entire 18 holes. A
tie gives each man one-half of a
point.
The match today will undoubtedly
have a lot to do with Courtright's
final decision as to who will be named
numeral winners on the freshman
squad.
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Post Season 3 Weeks.
Open to Adults and Families,
Aug. 22 - Sept. 12
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LOWELL GOSSER JONSEHN
PITCH- SECOND BASEMAN
DON GUGLER
+ THIRD BASEMAN ROBERT MASON
.r ~ y: l'<:":' 9.{ y/1 Yc: 4:SHORTSTOP
Paced by Pitcher Lowell Gosser, who has chalked up four Conference wins in as many starts, Captain
Martin Underwood, competent center fielder, and a veteran infield quartet, averaging better than .300 at the
plate, the strong University of Iowa nine will present a formidable front in the crucial title series against the
Wolverines today and tomorrow. Don Gugler, 205- pound third baseman, has been pelting the b.all at a .368
clip to lead the Hawkeye batters. First Sacker Clausen has amassed a .351 average, while Bob Mason,
shortstop, is batting .311. Stephens, diminutive second baseman, is also above the .300 mark. Gosser is
abetted by Charlie Blackmer and Howie Miller, both of whom have pitched brilliant ball.

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The Champions Of Michi un

Big Ten Standings

Michigan (5) AB
Rudness, cf ........4
Brewer, ss........3
Ferner, 3b ........4
Uricek, 2b ........5
Jablonski, c.c.......
Lerner, lb........4
Kremer, if ........4
Heyliger, rf ......4
Fishman, p ........2

R
2
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0

H
1
1
1
2
2
0
2
0
0

4
5
1'
1
2
5
9
1
1
2

A
1
2
3
2
0_
0
0
0
5

El
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0

Michigan State (2) AB
Barringer, If . .,... 3
Weimer, 2b ... ... 5
Sebo,c ...........4
Bartling, 3b ..... 4
Randall, ss ........0

R
0
1
0
0
0

i
0
1
3
2
0
0
1
0
0
1
0

0
2
3
4
2
0
1
4
0
11
0
0

A
1
0
1
3
0
9
0
1
1
3
0

Scott, ss ..........4
Breitenwischer, cf . . 2
Hughes, rf.......4
Ziegel, lb .........4
Hill, p...........3
Le hnhardt......... 1

0
0
0
0
1
0

E
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
2

W L
MICHIGAN ....... . . 8 1

Iowa...............8
Illinois .............10
Indiana ...... .......6
Chicago ............. 6
Minnesota ...........6
Wisconsin ........... 4
Purdue ............. 1
Ohio State .......... 1
Northwestern ........0

1
2
3
4
3
5
10
10
11

Pct.
.889
.889
.833
.667
.600
.667
.444
.091
.091
.000

intact.
The probable
noon:
Michigan
Rudness, cf
Brewer, ss
Ferner, 3b
Uricek, 2b
Jablonski, c
Lerner, lb
Kremer, If
Heyliger, rf
Larson, p

lineups for the after-
Iowa.
Stephens, 2b
Mason, ss
Gugler, 3b
Clausen, lb
Pickerill, rf
Haltom,Ilf
Underwood, cf
Bowlin, c
Gosser, p

S---DRUGSI

Totals .......35 5 9 27 13 5

Score by innings:
Michigan .......0 0
Michigan State .0 0

0 0 0 0 2 3-
2 0 0 0 0 0-

_g

Totals .......3

4 2 8 27 19

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* * *

Summaries: Stolen bases: Sebo, Bartling. Sacrifice hits: Fishman, Brei-
tenwischer. Double plays: Fishman to Uricek to Lerner; Fishman to Lerner.
Struck out: by Fishman, 5; by Hill, 3. Bases on balls: off Hill, 3; off Fishman,
3. Hit by pitched ball: By Fishman (Sebo), by Hill (Brewer, 2). Earned
runs: Michigan, 1, State, 1. Left on bases, Michigan, 8, State, 10. Umpires:
Tom Brannick and Red Hicks. Time of game: 2:20.
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