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THE MICHICAN- DAILY

SUNDAY,

'The P'RESS AINGLE=
By GEORGE J. ANDROS-
Remember
MICHIGAN'S FOOTBALL TEAM winning four out of eight games . . .
Kurt Warmbein leading Michigan State to four touchdowns and the
second Spartan victory in two years . . . Matt Patanelli hitting Warmbein
so hard he fumbled and set the stage for Capt. ,Bill Renner's pass and Mich-
igan's only touchdown. . . Dick Colina running back a punt 57 yards along
the sidelines for State's second score ... The Indiana game that was one
of he weirdest games of the football year . . . Patanelli falling on the ball
.back of the Hoosiers' goal for the Varsity's first Big Ten win in two years .'. .
Chris Everhardus accounting for five of Michigan's six first downs by
rushing . .. Frank Bissell beneath every play and under every punt . .
20,000 people, one of the smallest crowds in Stadium history.. .Renner pass-
ing and Everhardus picking his holes to help beat Columbia, 19 to 7-..-.
Patanelli being hailed as the best end the East had seen all year ... John
Golemgeske of Wisconsin wanting to fight the whole Michigan team with
his fists after his team had lost . . . Stark Ritchie running wild against
Pennsylvania ... Coach Harry Kipke's men looking like a new team in win-
ning 16 to 6 over the Quakers ..... Renner's passes again . . Cedric Sweet
going over guard and through the Penn secondary for 18 yards and the
second touchdown . . . Lowell Spurgeon of Illinois kicking a beautiful
31-yard field goal to crush Michigan's dreams of a Big Ten championship}
.. The Wolverines bogging down in the muddy field at Champaign in more
than one way . . . The poor showing of the Varsity in practice that week
prophecying the defeat . . . Coach Kipke excluding the press from practice
the week before the Minnesota game and then starting end Earl Meyers
at guard with Patanelli backing up the line . . . Meyers catching Tuffy
Thompson from behind after the Gopher sophomore's 93-yard return of the
first kickoff . . . 40 to 0, the worst defeat ever suffered in the Stadium
by a Michigan team ... Bernie Bierman's huge Northmen who would rather
block than eat . . . Renner doing most of the tackling . . . Michigan spirit
and Renner's defensive work holding a machine-like Ohio State team to
38 points.

Sports of the Day

Intramural Department Gives
Numerals To Stars Of Year

Swimmers Give And Take
Matt Mann's swimmers losing their
frst Conference meet in six years, but
coming back to win their seventh Na-
ional Collegiate title in 10 years .. .
Capt. Frank Fehsenfeld keeping his
National high-board championship
And losing the low-board to
Ieammate Der Johnston, the boy who
;couldn't take it . . . Ned Diefendorf
and Ben Grady completing a sterling
cdiving quartet ... Jack Kasley break-
iag world records at will . . . Frank
Barnard winning the Conference 440
Harry Rieke coming from ob-
Acurity to defeat two All-Americans
i4 the back-stroke . . . The Fresh-
gaan squad trimming the Varsity-
by two points.
Trackmen Flash, Falter
I The track team coming from be-
bind to win the Indoor Conference
Meet . . . Sam Stoller in the 60
fob Osgood's fourth leg in the match
nile relay with Pittsburgh .. . Walt
Stone winning the Penn Relay
steeplechase . . . The mile and four-
iile teams winning American cham-
pionships . . . The Wolverines failing
to keep their outdoor title at Co-
lumbus . . . Harvey Patton taking
second in the quarter . . . Ineligible
'Dave Hunn winning the National
A. A. U. pole vault competition --.
Bill Watson creating a sensation the
'f1rst day he reported for freshman
track . . . Skip Etchells still winning
the discus.
* * *
Eight Ironmen
The first game of the second Min-
nesota hockey series . . . Michigan
winning, 2 to 1, with an eight-man
squad battling 14 Gophers including
three front lines . . . Vic Heyliger
ruining the opponents' attack with
his poke-checking . . . Gib James
similing as he worried the defense
and refusing to stay down after in-
numerable hard spills . . . Johnny
fabello's first goal . . . Capt. Larry
David and Bob Simpson a stonewall
at defense . . . Irv Shalek and Jack
Merrill fighting every minute.
Wrestlers And Racquets
Earl Thomas, Paul Cameron, John
Speicher and Harry (Tiny) Wright
combining to give Michigan a swell
wrestling team . . . Thomas placing
in the National Collegiate meet and
just missing a berth on the Olympic
team. Capt. Howie Kahn of the ten-
nis team... The smallest man ever
to lead a Michigan team (How are
the pleats, Howie?) . . . Miller Sher-
wood leading the Varsity netmen to
an unexpected third in the Confer-
ence meet.
More National Titles
The golfers winning their fifth con-
secutive Big Ten title. . Their second
straight National Collegiate cham-
pionship last June ... Chuck Kocsis
-taking the Conference individual
crown for the second time . . Woody
Malloy behind him again . . . Allen
Saunders, Bill Barclay, Larry David
and. Al Karpinski . . . ex-captain
Johny Fischer making the Walker
Cup team for the second time-and
Kocsis failing to get appointed . .
Freddie Haas of Louisiana State
strolling along . . . Horton Smith,
Lawson Little and Jimmy Thompson.

Berger Et Al
Berger Larson curve-balling the
ball club to a Conference title over
Iowa . . Herman Fishman's Big
League nonchalance in waiting for
his teammates to come from behind
to beat Michigan State 5-2 giving him
his eighth straight victory of the
season . . . Long John Gee port-
siding them down the alley getting
seven wins to his credit . .. Vic Hegy-
liger coming through with hits when
needed ... Steve Uricek clouting out
the long ones from his clean-up po-
sition . . . The smooth-working air-
tight outfield all season especially
George Rudness . . . Catcher Jablon-
ski deserving his nickname of "Jab
by" with his incessant chatter from
behind the bat . . . The tag of "gas
house gang" applied to the Wolver-
ines by opponents and umpires.W-
And finishing by electing Kim Wil-
liams captain for '37.
Goliaths And The Davids
Coach Cappon's basketball giants
drubbing a doomed Michigan Nor-
mal five, 37-17, to win the season
opener and turn in its first of the 15
wins against five losses . . . All-Con-
ference Jake Townsend flipping blind
passes to brother Earl and George
Rudness . . . Michigan State's
Buysse's "shots in the dark" . .. The
Wolverine's signal victory over But-
ler's Bulldogs and Coach Tony
Hinkle's hint on Michigan's back
court weaknesses . . . Herman Fish-
man's throwing in long shots ... In-
diana's guards, Huffman and Wal-
ker, and the disappointing loss to the
Hoosiers 33-27 . . . The second' sad
defeat to Piggy Lambert's Boiler-
makers, but no suggestion of what
was to come in the final game . .
Capt. Chelso Tamagno breaking the
ice from out-court with his semi-
underhand drop shots . . . Jake
Townsend and the Michigan Goliaths
piling up 51 points while Chicago's
Haarlow, the Berwanger of basket-
ball, one-handed the Wolverines for
16 points . . . The overtime thriller
that nipped Iowa in the bud, 31-27
... The younger Townsend's 13 points
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(By the Associated Press)
BERKELEY, Cailf.-Modern argo-
nauts in search of glory, University of
California's oarsmen will set off to-
night for Poughkeepsie and the first
swing of national eight-oared com-
petition eventually to produce Ameri-
ca's Olympic Games entry.
WASHINGTON, Lynwood (School-
boy) Rowe, making his first pitching
start since May 30, when he was
charged with his second straight loss
and dropped out of the regular
mound order because of a sore arm,
yielded only seven hits today as his
Detroit teammates clubbed out a
10-4 victory over the Washington
Senators.
Buddy Lewis' double was the only
extra base hit the Schoolboy allowed,
while striking out two and allow-
ing only three bases on balls.
Eight Golfers
To Seek Third
National Title
Courtright Announces 72
Hole Tournament In Fall
ro Choose Squad
Eight Varsity golfers will leave
June 19 for the North Shore Country
Club in Chicago, announced Coach
Ray Courtright yesterday, to com-
pete in the National Collegiate golf
tournament. Michigan won this
tournament in 1934 and 1935 and
will be after its third straight title
this year.
The following men have been
chosen to make the trip: Capt. Chuck
Kocsis, Woody Malloy, Al Saunders,
Bill Barclay, Al Karpinski, Iarry
David, Harrison Williams, and Clark
Greenstreet. The latter two will be
entered in the singles only and their
scores will not figure in the team
total.
Captain Kocsis, due to his fine play
in the National Open, will be one of
the favorites to win individual hon-
ors in this tournament although com-
petition is certain to be stiff. Prac-
tice will be held here daily immed-
iately after the examination period.
Coach Courtright also announced
a new procedure for choosing the
Varsity team next year. Due to the
fact that the team will be minus any
individual' star, such as Johnny
Fischer, Kocsis, or Malloy, all of
whom will have left by the gradua-
tion route, a 72 hole tournament will
be held in the fall to pick the mem-
bers of the team.
This tournament will be open to
any undergraduate regardless of
rank. Members of this year's squad
will be forced to cothpete along with
other candidates and this tournament
will definitely determine who will
make up the squad in the spring.
that held Indiana for a half as the
Hoosiers won again, 37-22 . . . The
two imposing wins over the Illini as
the Wolverines keyed for the Purdue
squabble . . . Kessler, Malaska, and
Young going beserk as Purdue's in-
dominatables downed Gee's left-
handed flips, Tamagno's presence of
mind and threatening long shots,
Rudness' devilish dogs and the
Townsends all over the backboards
as nine thousand cage fans saw the
Boilermakers eat away a 30-15 lead
to win, 40-38, with exhaustion stop-
ping the Wolverines.

Briner And Goldberg Are
Made Senior Managers
For Coming Season
In keeping with the policy an-
nounced earlier in the year, the In-
tramural department yesterday an-
nounced the winners of the remain-
ing numerals to be awarded to in-
dividuals competing in the programs
this year. Ninety-nine awards were
made yesterday, bringing the total
for the year to 141. Of this latter
number, 87 went to fraternity par-
ticipants and 43 to independents. All
the members of the four-man ar-
chery squad, and the seven-,man
fencing squad were also given the
insignia.1
George Bolas, Delta Upsilon, led
the fraternity winners with a totalof
660 points amassed during the en-
tire intramural program. Bob Ku-
nitz, manager of the D.D.'s led both
the independents and the entire field
of participants. He totaled 785 points.
Reuther Close Rebind Bolas
Bill Ruether, Delta Upsilon, was
the only fraternity man anywhere
near Bolas in the final scores. He
made 606 points. Kunitz' closest
rivals were Ed Shulman, J.O.E.'s, 630,
and Bernard Breyer, also of J.O.E.'s,
with 646.
The D.D.'s, who placed first in
the independents final standings,
qualified 10 men for the award. The
Wolverines, runners-up placed seven
men.
Some of the others who received
the numerals since the first lot of
them were given out just after spring
vacation are: Fraternity; Haven,
Delta Upsilon; Howard, Theta Chi;
Mason, Theta Xi; Baker, Psi Upsilon;
Henderson, Phi Gamma Delta; Lon-
don, Phi Beta Delta; Soboroff, Pi
Lambda Phi; Abbott, Theta Xi; R.
Howell, Theta Chi; Kasle, Sigma
Alpha Mu; Whitehead, Phi Kappa
Psi; Goodrich, Kappa Nu; Mitchell,
Psi Upsilon; Elkes, Pi Lambda Phi.
Greiner, Theta Chi; Cash, Tau
Kappa Epsilon; Thompson, Kappa
Sigma; Ashley, Sigma Phi Epsilon;
Tyler, Lambda Chi Alpha; Harrison,
Kappa Nu; L. Cohen, Pi Lambda Phi;
Major Leagues
American League

Zink, Alpha Kappa Lambda; Good-
rich, Kappa Nu; Stiegel, Phi Sigma
Delta; H. Stein, Sigma Alpha Mu;
Dean, Alpha Kappa Lambda; Bark-
dull, Lambda Chi Alpha; Schwartz,
Phi Beta Delta; Keetch, Sigma Phi
Epsilon; Harshbarger,sPsi Upsilon;
Parker, Tau Kappa Epsilon; Schaetz,
Sigma Chi; Brandman, Sigma Alpha
Mu.
Also Win Fraternity Numerals
Shannon, Alpha Kappa Lambda;
Stulberg, Alpha Omega; Boebel, Tau
Kappa Epsilon; Levitas, Phi Beta
Delta; Holt, Phi Gamma Delta; Al-
derman, Phi Beta Delta; Roberts,
Theta Chi; B. Howell, Theta Chi;
Nordenson, Theta Xi.
Kingery, Kappa Sigma; Frisinger,
Delta Sigma Pi; Hird, Delta Upsilon;
Fisher, Phi Kappa Psi; Sloane, Phi
Kappa Pis; Peil, Tau Kappa Epsilon;
Pillinger, Chi Psi; Bradford, Psi Up-
silon; Leyick, Kappa Nu; Boyer,
Theta Chi; and Warner, Trigon.
Independents Receive Awards
The independent winners were:
Kasotka, D.D.'s; Breyer, J.O.E.'s;
A. Shulman, J.O.E.'s; Caron, Forestry
Club; Rattner, D.D.'s; Weisenhoff,
D.D.'s; Rosen, D.D.'s; Burwell, For-
estry Club; Wisnieroski, Jay Hawks;
Vitas, Forestry Club; Zaionc, J.
Hawks; Coffman, Forestry Club.
Lief, D.D.'s; Shaw, Fletcher Hall;
Riesner, Jay Hawks; Noble, Forestry
Club; Magoon, Jazz Hounds; Mitro-
vich, Fletcher Hall; Meyers, Wolver-
ines; Jolairs, J.O.E.'s; Hutorelli, Jay
Hawks; Rosenbaum, J.O.E.'s; Rosen-
berg, Wolverines; Wengren, Wolver-
ines; Nielson, Phys. Eds; Forester,
Forestry Club; Rothstein, Hops;
Fisher, and Wolverines; Kanwit,
Wolverines.
Jack Briner, '37E, Detroit, and
Louis Goldberg, '37, Chicago, were
selected .as Senior Managers of the
intramural program for the coming
year. Upon them fall the duties of
organising the managers staff, edit-
ing the department handbook, and
organizing the major sports pro-
grams.
New Negro Dash Star
Rivals Owens, Peacock
PHILADELPHIA, June 6.-(P)-
Rozia Singeltary, Negro of St. Aug-
ustine College, Raleigh, N. C., loomed
tonight as a new rival to Jesse Owens
of Ohio State and Eulace Peacock of
Temple for a. place on the United
States Olympic track and field team.
Singletary " smashed the 100 and
200 meter dash records in the Middle
Atlantic A.A.U. championship at
Franklin Field today as he qualified
for the Olympic semi-finals at Har-
vard University June 26-27.
He ran the 100 meters in 10.5 sec-
onds and followed up with a 21.5 ef-
fort in the first heat of the 200 met-
ers.
Tom Ottey, the former Michigan
State cross country champion, carried
the colors of the Penn A. C. to a new
record of 15 minutes 32.4 seconds in
the 5,000 meters run.

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Fraternity Horseshoes
Title Goes To Hermitage
Hermitage fraternity won the
horseshoes tournament this year, and
the All-Campus singles and doubles,
titles but strangely enough, might be
classed as also losing these events.
They defeated Alpha Kappa Lamb-
da to win the fraternity title :for the
second year in a row. Ralph Baldwin
and Gilbert Smith won the doubles by
defeating their own fraternity bro-
thers, Tex Lines and Martin Potsger.
Baldwin won the singles title in =the
finals from Smith in five close games.

SUHR COMES BACK
Silent, durable Gussie Suhr, booed
in almost every home game during
the closing weels of 1935 and
benched because of his poor batting,
is the toast of the town these diays
due to his sensational comeback at
plate and afield. The veteran Pitts-
burgh Pirate first baseman is hitting
at a .349 clip.
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Yesterday's Games
Detroit 10, Washington 4.
Cleveland 4, New York 2.
Boston 10, Chicago 6.
Philadelphia 6, 3; St. Louis 5,5.
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