100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

June 04, 1936 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1936-06-04

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

vE 4, 1936

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Hoyt Selects

15

Trackmen

For State

A.A.U.

Meet

Showings Will
Decide Berths
In N.C.A. Meet
Osgood Will Not Compete
Because Of Conflicting
Princeton Carnival
By ROY HEATH
Fifteen Wolverine cindermen will
compete in the outdoor Michigan
A.A.U. track and field meet June 13,
at Grand Rapids it was announced
yesterday by Coach Chuck Hoyt.
Coach Hoyt also announced that
men who will enter the National Col-
legiate meet at Chicago, June 19-20,
will be chosen according to their
showings in the Michigan meet. Both
lists may be depleted by the irregular
practice caused by the conflicting
final examination period.
Captain-elect Bob Osgood will not
be able to compete at the Michigan
meet because of his entrance in the
Princeton track carnival in the 400
meter hurdles on the same date. Os-
good will run the 100 meter hurdles
at Chicago. For the other men on
the Varsity squad the Grand Rapids
affair will be in the nature of a trial
for the National meet.
Steve Mason In 220
Steve Mason, who has up to this
time limited his activities to sprint-
ing, will make his first start in the
200 meter hurdles. Mason has been
working the timbers for the past
several weeks and is showing vastly
improved form in the event. He will
also run the 200 meter dash and pos-
sibly a leg on the Wolverine 1,500
meter relay.
Sammie Stoller, after a weeks lay-
off, is starting the practice grind
again in anticipation of another
meeting with the Jesse Owens at the
National meet. Stoller will also enter
the Michigan A.A.U. but should ex-
perience little difficulty in either the
100 meter dash or the broad jump,
despite the fact that he has recently
been experiencing sore legs.
Stan Birleson and Harvey Patton
are entered in the 400-meters; How-
ard Davidson and Ben Starr in the
800; Clayton Brelsford in the 1500;
Walter Stone in the 5,000; John
Townsend in the shot-put and Wid-
mer (Skip) Etchells in the discus.
Additional entries in the State
A.A.U. championships are Capt.
Frank Aikens in the 400-meter; Har-
ry O'Connell in 800 and 1,500; Mike
Savage in the discus; Ed Stone and
Leonard Dworsky in the javelin, and
Fred Stiles in the 200.
Townsend Will Double
Walt Stone will run in the steeple-
chase, which he won in the Penn re-
lays. Brelsford will run the 800 as
well as the 1,500, and Townsend will
double in the discus.
In addition to the fifteen man
Varsity squad, two and possibly three
freshmen will make their first con-
oetitive starts of the year and com-
pete unattached. Bill Watson, fresh-
man Negro ace, will seek to repeat his
last year's win in the shot put. Wat-
son holds the meet record in the
event despite the fact that he was
only a senior in high school when he
won. The freshman contingent will
also include Roy Heath and possibly
Alan Smith, sprinters.
Also competing unattached will be
Dave Hunn, onetime crack Wolver-
ine pole vaulter, who dropped out of
school at the end of last semester be-
cause of ineligibility. Hunn set a
new meet record to win the event
last year and intends to use this af-
fair as the possible start of a climb
to an Olympic berth.
Max's Pretty Good,
The Champ Claims

NAPANOCH, N. Y., June ,.-t)-,
James J. Braddock, the heavyweight
champion, watched Max Schmeling
go through his paces today and pre-
dicted the German will make things
interesting for Joe Louis in the
Yankee Stadium, June 18.
"Max looks pretty good," said the
champ. "He's in tip top physical con-
dition and he's hitting better. He's
sharpened up his right a lot since I
saw him.
Liberal
Cash
Price
for USED Typewriters.
0. D. Morrill
314 South State Street
All makes bought, sold, rented,
exchanged, cleaned, repaired.
SINCE 1908 PHONE 6615

Deals Telling Blow

Six Linksmen
Given Varsity
Letter Awards!
Three Regulars Will End
Collegiate Competition In
National Championships
Three seniors were among the six
golfers named yesterday by Coach
Ray Courtright to receive Varsity
letter awards.
First among the graduating mem-
bers, who will end their collegiate
careers this month in the National
Intercollegiate Golf Championship, is
Capt. Chuck Kocsis. Kocsis begins
competition today in the National
Open on the Baltusrol course in New
Jersey. Last week he captured low
medal honors for amatuers in the
True Temper Tournament on the
Birmingham course.
Woody Malloy, of Ann Arbor, who
tied Kocsis and Lewis Johnstone, Jr.,
of Charleston College, S. C., for
medal honors in the Intercollegiate
meet last year, was also named to re-
ceive his "M." Larry David, of Hib-
bing, Minn., Varsity hockey star who
has also had two years experience on
the golf team, is the third "M" win-
ner who will complete his collegiate
competition this month.
Other members of the squad who
will receive Varsity awards are Al-
len Saunders, '37, of Coldwater,
Mich., Bill Barclay, '38, of Flint,
Mich., and Al Karpinski, '38, of Ro-
chester, New York. This year was
the first time in competition for Kar-
pinski and Barclay. Saunders re-
ceived his first "M" in golf for his
work last year.
Three others were named to re-
ceive secondary awards. They were
Bill Griffiths, of Detroit, Dick Mor-
airty, of Phoenix, Arix., and E. -Har-
rison Williams, of Buffalo, N. Y.
All Varsity letter winners will make
1 the trip to Chicago for the National
Intercollegiate meet, Coach Court-
right said. Only the four lowest scores
of a team are counted, although a
school may enter any number of
players.

Season's Record
Michigan 14, Ohio Wesleyan 2.
(5 innings).
Michigan 5, Ohio Wesleyan 2.
Michigan 5, Roanoke 1.-
Roanoke 8, Michigan 7.
Richmond 1, Michigan 0.
(5 innings).
Michigan 17, Virginia 4.
Michigan 4, William and Mary
2.
Maryland 14, Michigan 13.
Michigan 12, Ohio State 9.
Michigan 3, Wisconsin 2.
Michigan 12, Michigan Normal
7.
Michigan Normal 8, Michigan 2.
Michigan 14, Hillsdale 5.
Michigan 4, Ohio State 2.
Michigan 4, Ohio State 2.
Michigan 14, Ohio State 2.
(7 innings).
Michigan 11, Purdue 3.
Illinois 3, Michigan 2.
Michigan 9, Illinois 3.
Michigan 5, Northwestern 3.
Michigan 3, Western State 2.
(11 innings).
Michigan 6, Toledo 3.
Michigan 2, Michigan State 1.
Michigan 5, Michigan State 2.
Michigan 8, Iowa 6.
Games won: 20. Games lost: 5.
Percentage .800.
Runs for Michigan: 185. For
opponents: 87.

Wolverine Nine Captures First
(iorifrrence Crown Since 1929
(Continued rrom Page 1) six inning for Iowa but was then re-
--__._ ----lieved by the veteran Lowell Gosser
were the only hits, but loose field- who until today had not lost a 1936
ing gave the Hawkeyes .new hope. conference game.

Michigan went out in order in its
half of the fifth and Iowa was dis-
posed of in the same way in the sixth,
The power that the Wolverines had
displayed at the opening of the af-
fair came to life again in the last
of the sixth, and with Heyliger crack-
ing out a double wtih two on, Michi-
gan was once again out in front by
a run.
Blackman Relieved
In the seventh, however, the score
was knotted up again when a single
by Stephens resulted in a run. He
stole second and tried for third also.
Jabonski's throw to third hit him in
the foot and bounded far enough into
foul territory left to give Stephens
time to get home.
Southpaw Charley Blackman who
gave Notre Dame its third loss of the
year last Saturday 'worked the first

Gosser hit Jablonski, lead-off man
in the eighth, with a pitched ball and
when Lerner was safe on Claussen's
error he went to third. Lerner stole
second and Bowlin, Iowa catcher,
hurried his attempt to throw him out
and as a result threw into center
field, Jablonski scoring.
Six Seniors End Careers
After Kremer had fanned, Heylig-
er tapped one to short which Mason
kicked around long enough to allow
Lerner to tally with Michigan's
eighth run, and with Iowa causing
little trouble in the ninth the game
was then on ice.
It was the final game for four other
regulars besides Larson: Joe Lerner,
Carl Ferner, John Jablonski and
George Rudness. Mike Miller, reserve
infielder, was also making his last
start for Michigan.

FI

I

Vic Heyliger, right fielder of the
newly crowned Big Ten cham-
pions, whose single in the 'second
inning, and double in the sixth
with two men on base, proved to
be the stimulus needed to send the
Michigan team on to victory over
Iowa.

Larson May Sign
With Chisox After
Successful Season
Berger Larson, having just reached
the top in college baseball-pitching
and captaining the Wolverines to a
Big Ten crown-is going to give pro-
fessional ball a fling as soon as he
graduates.
'I'm going'to make a stab as a
'pro'.if I can make connections," said
Larson after the Iowa game. "I have
a couple of propositions but nothing
definite as yet. Of course, I'd prefe:
playing in my home town, Chicago,
with either the White Sox or Cubs.'
Although Larson declined to admil
it, it was reliably learned that he is
negotiating with the White Sox, and
chances are that he'll be signed b3
that club soon after graduation.
Wherever he goes, Berger can lool
back on the Iowa game as one of his
finest efforts. Time and again, wher
the Wolverine cause seemed lost, the
little righthander tightened up and
turned on the pressure. Not a singl
earned run was scored off his slants,
which fact, along with thirteer
strikeouts, attest to the quality of the
game he pitched.
Three times Larson struck out the
hard-hitting Gugler, Hawkeye thirc
baseman and leading batsman, with
curve balls around his knees. Clausen,
the other Iowa long range clubber,

Major Leagues
National
New York 3, Chicago 0.
Boston 4, Pittsburgh 3.
St. Louis 7, Brooklyn 3.
Only games scheduled.
American
Philadelphia 11, Detroit 7.
New York 11, Chicago 1.
Boston 6, Cleveland 2.
Washington 7, St. Louis 4.
HOT WEATHER
Suggestions
PALM BEACH
SUITS
$16.75
TROPICAL
WORSTEDS .
$16.50 and $20.00
COTTON SLACKS

i m

i i
PE
............
... xaww.+.va ca" " .X
{

TTING
AND

d
1

Big Ten Champs

Iowa (6) AB
Stephens, 2b ......3
Mason, ss .......5
Gugler, 3b ......5
Claussen, lb......4
Pickerill. rf ......5
Haltom, if ........4
Underwood, cf ... .4
Bowlin, c........4
Blackman, p......2
Gosser, p ...'.....1

1
0
1
0
1
1
1

Ii
1
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0

0
1
3
1
7
1
3
3
5
0
0

A
3
3
3
0
0
0
0
2
1
2

Totals ......37 6 5 24 14

E
0
1
0
2
0
0
0
1
0
0
4
E
0
1
2
2
1
0
0O
1
0.

We've been studying anatomy again and
ARCHER is the result - a revolutionary
design in shirts exclusive with Arrow.
Tailored to flatter broad shoulders, ta-
pered to the waist; and most important,-
bilateral seams deftly curved in to con-
form to the declivity in the arch of the
back, then distended over the seat and
curved in again. No blousing in front -
no creeping up in back. In white and
fancy patterns. Sanforized-Shrunk. $2.50
SHIRTS
ARROWand TIES

Michigan (8 )
Rudness, cf.....
Brewer, ss .......
Ferner, 3b .......
Uricek, 2b .......
Jablonski, c.....
Lerner, lb .......

AB
.4
..3
.4
.3
..4
..2
.4
.4

R
1
0
1
1
1
2
2
0
0

II
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
2
1

0
1
0
2
2
15
4
1
2
0

A
0
0
0
2
2
0
0
0
1

$1.65

to $3.50

also found that low hook hard to ,Hremer, 11.........
Heyliger, rf.....
touch as he went down swinging Larson, pr.......
once.
Although his mates had him in
occasional hot water with their mis- Totals......
plays afield, the Wolverine captain Iowa ............
had nothing but praise for them, Michigan ........
especially Vic Heyliger, who drove in Runs batted in:

31 8 7 27 5 7
.000 050 100-6
... 013 002 02x-8
Heyliger, 3; Jab-

"SK I PPER"
SPORT SHIRTS
STADEL &
WALKER
1st !Nat'l Bank Bldg.

ARROW

SHIRTS
and TIES

.
-- .

II.

three runs in a crucial spot each time
with a single and a long double. "The
chips were down and "Beaver" (Vie's
nickname) certainly came through,"
Larson said.
Larson expects to leave for Chi-
cago immediately after exams, at
which time he will work out with the
White Sox. If that curve ball is still
breaking then like it snapped across
the plate yesterday, Michigan is like-
ly to have another representative
pitching in the Big Show.

lonski, 2; Uricek. Earned runs: Mich-
igan, 6; Iowa, 0. Two base hits:
Claussen, Heyliger. Left on bases:
Iowa, 7; Michigan, 6. Struck out by:
Larson, 13; Blackman, 3; Gosser, 2.
Bases on balls off: Larson, 4; Black-
man 3; Gosser. 1. Hits off: Blackman,
6 in 6 innings; Gosser, 1 in 2 innings.
Losing pitcher: Gosser. Wild pitch:
Blackman. Passed ball: Bowlin. Hit
batsmen: Blackman, 1 (Brewer);
Gosser, 1 (Jablonski.) Umpires: Vick
and Brannick. Time of game: 2:36.

Available at
State Street on the Campus

J

I

'd

i !

Superior
MILK-ICE CREAM
WEEK-END SPECIAL-

TWO-LAYER BRICK
ILLA and FRESH PE

11

VAN

ACH

S.
Superior IDairy Company
Phone 23181

11

I.;-

_ . _ _ '

S;PPCIAL SPRING SALE

~~1

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan