THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Hits To Defeat
Phillies, 5 To 3
WINTER HAVEN, Fla., March 24.
-(P)-The Detroit Tigers bunched six
of their seven hits in the second and
third innings today to defeat the
Phillies, 5 to 3. It was the fourth
straight defeat for the Phils.
The Tigers scored twice in the sec-
ond on doubles by Simmons and York,
Cochrane's single and an infield out.
In the third White singled and Wal-
ker gained first on Atwood's inter-
lference. Gehringer ddubled, scoring
White. . Greenberg then singled to
score Walker and Gehringer.
ERROR BEATS REDS
ST: PETERSBURG, Fla., March 24.
-(AI)-Pitcher Lee Grissom's wild
throw to second base ended in center-
field and permitted Wally Berger and
Tony Cuccinello to dash in with runs
that gave the Boston Bees a 3-1 vic-
tory over the Cincinnati Reds in to-
day's intra-National League exhibi-
HARTNETT PLEASES BOSS
AVALON, Calif., March 24.-(f?)-
Manager Charlie Grimm put his Chi-
cago Cubs through a brisk batting and
fielding drill, today and was notice-
ably pleased with the apparent good
condition of Gabby Hartnett, the vet-
eran catcher who is starting his 16th
Major League. season. Hartnett is in
better shape now than a year ago,
even though bad weather has marred
the Bruin spring camp season.
The Cubs will leave tomorrow for
Los Angeles, where they will meet the
White Sox Friday.
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1 By BETSEY ANDERSON
Eight Veterans Represent "But I'd rather lead a band," Fred
Astaire niftily put it. And that's what
Wolverine Title Hopes Sam Stoller, Olympic sprinter and'
In Baseball Race Michigan track star de luxe thinks of
the matter, too, it seems.
Inclement weather preventing prac- Following his famed rival, Jesse
icenherryField, ntachRayinghpr-Owens, now head of a band in In-
tice on Ferry Field, Coach Ray Fisher dianapolis, in this respect, Sam ad-
continues to drive his baseball squad mits that he can think of few things
through their indoor paces in prep- nicer than ending up leading an or-
aration for the Spring Training trip chestra of his own. And judging
which opens April 9 against Ohio from his vocal renditions with Bob
Wesleyan. Steinle's Band at the Union and
Fisher has eight lettermen around his radio work over WLW, Cincinnati,
whom to build a Varsity nine which, it doesn't look like he'll have a very
it is hoped, can retain its Conferencen hard time realihing ' that ambition.
championship.-IOffered $25 for Song
Outfield Berth Open In fact, after his Olympic trip of
Among the candidates making their last summer the story has been going
first bids for Varsity posts are two around that after singing "Robins
juniors who became eligible for com- I and Roses" and "Cher Bini" at the
petition this year and who will be request of an enthusiastic crowd at a
A first place in the medley relay
at the national intercollegiate
swimming meet will depend large-
ly upon the backstroking efforts of
Fred Cody. If he can but hold vying for the vacant outfield position. Berlin restaurant, the manager of-t
his own against Zehr of Northwes- They are Harold Floersch and Bob fered him 10 marks (equal to about
tern and Neunzig of Ohio State, a Campbell, both members of the foot- $25) a day to repeat his perform-
-victory for the Wolverines will be ball squad. ance every night for the rest of the
almost a certainty. Merle Kremer and Vic Heyliger, summer.
veteran fly-chasers, will likely occupy But track and music aren't the only
two of the outfield berths. Campbell talents of this very versatile and very
and Floersch have able competitors personable young man. He was on an
iSports in Matt Patanelli, letterman who was all-American Interscholastic track
+C Ia reserve first baseman last year, team in high school, played on a city
Fritz Radford, strapping junior and championship baseball team then and
etwo-day competition for theManny Slavin. later won a tennis tournament in the
foul-shooting championship and the Infield Pair Wanted summer of 1932.
valual-sh iter-fraternity in that. Infielders Don Brewer and Steve Owns Many Records
valuable inter-fraternity points that rikfrmancusfrteW- However, after one look at the num-
accompany it was won by Phi, Sigma Uricek form a nucleus for the Wol- Hoeeatroelo}ttenm
Delta Tuesday night at the I-M. The verine inner garden. The first and ber of track titles Sam's managed to
winner's total of 179 points was short third base positions were vacated last pile into his four crowded years of
of last year's winning 18, points of season and several men have in- college, including the world's record
Chi Psit as goodnnugh onse I dicated their intention of breaking in the 60-yard dash, an unofficial
out second-place Alpha Tau Omega into the gaps. Walter Peckinpaugh,-
by five points. Phi GammaDelta. who occupied third on thefrosh squad from an ailment which kept him out'
and Theta Chi trailed in third and last year, and Pete Lisagor, second of school a year, but is gaining rap-
fourth places with 168 and 166 points sacker for the freshman nine, are idly and should be fit for duty soon.
respectively. among the candidates. Pitching newcomers are Dan Smick,
Enivly Capt. Kim Williams leads the list Burt Smith, Chuck McHugh, John
Indivoidual honors went to Don of catchers available, and has a prom- Smithers, and Bob McFayden. Herm
40h fre Kappa Nu, o the t- ising contender in Leo Beebe, sopho- Fishman, winner of 8 games last year,
40 free throws out of the 50 at- more, who has a powerful throwing and John Gee are the aces of the
tempts. Charles Evans of Psi U made arm. Williams hasn't fully recovered staff at present.
22 successful shots oiut of 25 tries. ~ ,
world's record in the 100-yard dash. school career, he pointed out. During
and a series of others so long that his sophomore year in high' school,
it would take several volumes to re- he took both the state high school
cord them all, one doesn't wonder that and Southwestern (Ohio) High
he picked track as his chosen field. School District championships titles
He enjoys traveling immensely, from the O.S.U. wonder.
which is just as well, considering the
amount he does', 'especially water Thriled By Voyage
travel. And Los Angeles is his favor- His biggest thrill came when he
ite city, though New York runs a close sailed past the statue of Liberty bound
second. One especially nice thing for Germany and the games. And
about it is the way one meets all the German reception of the Olym-
sorts of people, he said. pians was another close second. Rid-
Travels Far ing on top of one of the 35 buses of
The Olympic star really has been Olympic stars that went on the 20-
doing a lot .in the field of track mile parade of Berlin and then re-
when you consider that he's traveled ceiving the keys of the cities given
25,000 miles in the last six years just the stars afterwards made it an un-
to participate in different track meets. forgettable experience, Sam said.
Upon being asked the old question And he completely disapproves the
of how he happened to come to Mich- theory that to be an athlete, it's
igan, Sam explained that it was partly necessary to be dumb too. In fact
because of what he had heard about Sam came through with four B's and
Coach Chuck Hoyt that he ended up 2 C's last semester and is graduating
here finally. "He's about the best a very successful major in Speech
track coach in the country at this in June.
time and a wonderful conditioner of - ---~
men," Stoller brought out in his ex-
planation of how Hoyt had improved H EY JO E -
his form during his career here. And
he especially praised the way the My pen's gone bad again. Loan
coach took a personal interest in every me yours, will ya'?
man. Aw, nertz! Go down to Rider's
Enjoys Tenderloin and let 'em fix yours right for you.
The 5 feet 9 inch dark-haired
"champ" finally admitted after much
coaxing that his favorite hobby was
eating and a dreamy light came into
his eyes as he spoke of the joys of
a nice tenderloin, which he says, is SPRING HATS
what he eats if he is going to run in
the afternoon or evening of that day. byBarister
The traditional rivalry between $3.45 ad$3.85
Stoller and Owens extends only to
the cinder circle. "Jesse's about the
world's best sportsman," is the way SPRING SUITS $22.50 to $40
Sam expressed his feelings on the Ready made or custom tailored.
matter and he went on to illustrate
his point with a few cases of Owen's Walk a Few Steps
high sportsmanship. And although and Save Dollars
it's not gener.ally known here, Sax
beat Owens twice during his high
The competition, which lasted for
two days, saw 30 houses enter over!
In the Independent Division the
Jayhawks won first place with 178
points; the DD's were second with 169,
and the Wolverines placed third with
Next Wednesday night there will
be an Indoor Track Meet at the In-
tramural Building with competition
for both fraternity and independent
Last Night's Cage Scores
PLAID SLACKS $4.50 - $5.50
ARROW SHIRTS - TIES
DISTINCTIVE MNS WWA
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'Phi Gamma Delta, 40, Theta Chi, 1.
Alpha Tau Omega, 2, Sigma Phi,
Phi Sigma Delta, 2, Phi Beta Delta,
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Illinois") Iowa, Indiana Threaten ]1Looking 'Em Over
Varsity's Big Ten Diamond Title A Mr. Allen writes in
By HERBERT LEV With Catcher Dick Bowlin and rYpefua and five fet six ince
With spring in the air and the: Capt. Lowell Grosser, Gene Hin- from five feet three inches. I
southern baseball trip hardly two richs, and Howard Miller, all pitch-
we'eks away, Coach Ray Fisher's Big ers returning, the Hawkeyes have no inch taller than five fet-three.
Ten champions are looking forward battery worries. However the in- Sincerely,
to what promises to be a very stiff field is a big question mark with Bill Allen.
struggle to retain their conference third baseman Ed Kadell as the lone
title. l etterman. Thanks for the information, Bill. I
t ettthink you're probably right at that.
At the present it looks as if at least Headlining Indiana's hopes in the The five feet six inches was "Dyna-
four other nines are capable of fight- conference race is a name which has mite" Brewer's own estimate. aybe
ing the Wolverines on equal terms spelled Hoosier diamond supremacy he exaggerated a little.
for the crown. First to be considered in the past. Sophomore Seward Wil-h
is Illinois which finished but a few shere, brother of the famous The managers won't talk hut it is
percentage points behind Michigan "Whitey," is expected to share the generally conceded that Ann Ar-
last year to grab second place in the hurling duties with Carol "Lefty" bor youth has profited to the ex-
standings. Cox, an equally promising second tent of about 20 broken bats al-
Swanson Returns year man and CoCapt. Babe Hosler. ready this year. Most of the bats
Led by big Hale Swanson, right- By far the most improved team in are broken in the first week of
handed pitching ace who has been the league seems to be at the present, hitting practice because the bat-
one of the leading hurlers in the Ohio State. Despite their cellar ters haven't had enough practice
Conference for the past 'two seasons, standing last year Coach' Floyd and aren't swinging right. The
and a particular thorn in the sides Stahl is expecting his Bucks, led by little urchins that frequent the
of the Wolverines, Coach Wallie an exceedingly promising sophomore Field House take great delight in
Roetter's 1936 outfit is practically contingent, to finish somewhere at carrying off the old hickory. t
intact. the top of the heap. * * *
Besides Swanson, other holdover Dye Looks To Laurels Steve Uricek was the first player
stars include Wib Henry, outfielder The only veterans who appear cap- Dut for practice today ... Steve is the
who is well known to Michigan fans able of holding their places are Capt. classiest ball handler on the team .
for his football and basketball ability, Jack Radabugh, shortstop, and Gus f Matt Patanelli continues to hit the
Leo Sainatti, southpaw pitcher, and Zarnas, outfielder, although Johnny way he has been in practice, he'll
Murray Franklin, infielder. Out- Edwards and Ronnie Peters will both be a cinch for an outfield position .
standing sophomores are Ray Poat see frequent service on the mound. When Johnny Gee hits the dirt in
and Mike Schukman, pitchers, Car- Particularly outstanding amo sliding practice, you can hear the
ter Cooley, outfielder. Louis Bou- the sophs are Johnny Dagenhard thud all over the Field House.
deau, third baseman, and Tom Mc- who looks like a sure bet to be No.
Connell, an exceedingly promising 1 hurler, grid star Bill Booth, a slug-
catcher, who is counted on for regu-
lar back-stopping duty despite the ging outfielder believed to possess I............r_
far thaktwopplngtdrnare available. major league potentialities, and Gene
fact that two lettermen Meyers, second baseman, who is rat-
Iowa, third place winner last year, ed a good chance of beating Tippy
was not fortunate as Illinois, having Dye out of his position.
serious graduation losses, but never- Wisconsin looks improved over last
theless, Coach Otto Vogel has a good season but probably not enough to
sophomore crop and is expected to be rated a serious contender for top
put a capable nine on the field. honors.
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