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SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1937
Freshman Tracksters Show Promise

THE MICHI GAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

Dodgers Beat

Early Matches Marion Miley Wins Six Ruits In
A7u 7u T Glf Tit1e Pirates

9th Give
10-2 Victory

OfFilling Future Vary
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By TOM THARES time of 9:42.4. Yesterday he reeled
Despite the coming ioss of nu- off another record breaking mile with
merbus senior track stars this June, the exceptionally fast time of 4:20
prospects for Michigan's domination flat.
of the mid-west cinder honors in fu- He has run the half mile too and
ture years remain bright, thanks to a turned in good times, but he is ex-
strong freshman track team which is turted io tietrt his ex-
especially powerful in the events to peted to concentrate his efforts
be most effected by graduation. in the two longer events.
To make up for losses in the mile Wisner Is Promising
event, the same Saginaw high school Along with Schwarzkopi in the mile
team which last year gave Michigan event comes Karl Wisner from Corn-
Bill Watson, this year has come ing, New York, who has turned the
through with Ralph Schwarzkopf, distance in 4:30.4 and looks to be a
who is perhaps the outstanding man good prospect for the future.
in the yearling ranks. Coach Ken Doherty's squad is plen-
Recently Ralph cracked two frosh tifully supplied also with good half-
records, the mile and the two-mile milers. Outstanding among these is
runs in one meet. In the mile, the Tom Jester who has beaten Schwarz-
Saginaw star came through in a time kopf and has equalled his time of
of 4:22.3 to beat by almost seven 1:58.9 for the event.
seconds the previous mark, while in Francis Hogan and Henry Heyl are
the two-mile he bettered the former right on his heels with Hogan having
record by almost five seconds with a a time but one-tenth of a second
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T1Zers 6-= As Holster Hopes LOS ANGELES, March 27.-(P)--
ity V acancies ] jPAUGUSTA, Ga., March 27.-('- Three runs they scored in the third
y VasM a usl Stars r Net Sq a id Miss Marion Miley, pretty veteran inning turned out to be enough for
m rcampaignerfrom Lexing- the Pittsburgh Pirates to down the
slower, and Heyl two-tenths behind ton, Ky., defeated long-hitting Babe Chicago Cubs today, but they added
Hogan. Yanks Nose Out Bees 5-3 : By ART BALDAUF D on eatmongtT n Boe insult to injury by shoving home six
To take Captain Osgod's place in' Cleve Whi sGints The Varsity tennis squad ended its sional, 6 and 4 to win the seventh more markers in the ninth to rout
the hurdles there waxes another close the Biuins 10 to 2.
i battle which, at the present moment, In Wild Slugfest first week of round-robin competition Augusta Invitation Golf tournamentte insb10etd.2.
b ~~~~~~~~~~today. ige yHnleTd. cut
finds Stan Kelley from Lakewood, --! to determine rankings for the begin- icksb andleyug odn cute ,
Ohio holding a slight edge. Kelley LAKELAND, March 27.- (iPi - ning of the season's play yesterday Miss Miley's victory, achieved with Dikshot and Vaughan accounted for
''has already broken Osgood's fresh- ' a par- busting performance as a cold? thiee Prate runs in the thrd fiame.
man arerdy ok8:5end sgdspfes Landing on three rookie pitchers for with several matches that gave Coach w sept terForest H s cord They added another in the sixth and
man record of 8:5 and that speaks: wind swept the Forest Hills course,
for itself. If he can improve as did a dozen hits, the Brooklyn Dodgers John Johnstone high hopes for a good made her a dual Augusta champion. then picked up their cluster of six in
the Varsity captain, then the Wolver- scored their fourth straight Grape- season. She also won the title in 1935. the final inning.
ines will soon be able to boast of fruit League victory today by trounc-. Miller Sherwood, captain of the Miss Miley played a consistently
another record-breaking h u r d l e s ig hsquad, and Jarvis Dean, tentatively good game from the start. MissYR
i champion. ing the Detroit Tigers 6 to 3. ranked numbers one and two respec- Didrikson had trouble controlling her I
Field Events Have Prospects While George Jeffcoat and Luke tively, battled it out for close to two long shots. Her short game also P i-
Turning to the field events, there Hamlin were limiting the Tigers to hours before the former came out lacked finesse. I Promptly and neatly done by experi-
are several outstanding performers.' five hits, the Brooklyns found lo with both sets to his credit. The first heKentuckygirlplayedthefirstM R RI.
> edn h aei siat sDohntok1-8, and then went n theKnua'ilpae tefrr .0MRIL
Heading the javelin aspirants is on French, Clyde Hatter and Pat M- capture the second 6-3. i nine holes in 37, four under par for 34south state Street
Cash, a boy who bids fair to be the Laughlin easy to solve. After each rehesond Wis the route, - -4 s t r
best tosser for Michigan since North- club scored t-o runs in the first in- Levenson Wins Tedd- --
iop set the existing Varsity record. ,k Neil Levenson and Ted Thorward
A freshman footballer, he has hurled ning, theors wto Her h , went them one better in the first set
the javelin 189 feet 11 inches which ting is wth Henie Manu of their match. Levenson took the
is a fair country toss for any first making his National League debut set 12-10 after a struggle that didn't
this season, leading the attack w'ith I
year man. leave either man much to play on in ....
yIn the broad jump, the Culver twins a triple and a single, the second stanza, which Levenson
have exhibited great promise with also won, 6-2.
Carl leaping 22 feet 8 inches and his YANKS 5; BEES 3 Other matches played during the £
brte rdrcrigajm fST. PETERSBURG, March 2.(~ week involving the rest of the first 2.('
21 feet 7 inches. Carl is also a lead-e rk a came s n th uad s eve othe
with Frank Feely of Westfield, New ga behind today before overcoming the good contests.
Jersey. Both cleared six feet while Boston Bees, 5 to 3. Bill Mills, playing a slow game,
in high school. Hal Warstler's triple sent the Bees forced Miller Sherwood into extra'
Two pole vaulters have made 12 off to a two run lead in the second, games of their first set before losing
feet. They are Dave Cushing of Ta- but the Yanks tied in the fourth on to him 6-8. Although Mills won the
coma, Washington, and August Fab- Joe Dimaggio's three bagger and Lou second set 6-4, Sherwood had little
yan qf Muskegon; and in the shot put Gehrig's fly. After the Bees scored trouble in taking the final 6-3.
Jack Kinsey and Ken Steen. have another in the sixth, consecutive Other contests saw Jarvis Dean
achieved a distance of 42 feet. singles by rookie pitcher Frank Ma-' beat Mills 6-3, 6-4, Sherwood whip
kosky, Frank Crosetti and Red Rolfe, Jesse Flick 6-2, 6-2, and Dean beat
" and Gehrig's fly produced two more Ted Thorward 6-8, 6-3, 6-1. Let's G o R iding
Braddok W ill Yankee runs in the same frame. Jake Fight For Places
Powell scored the final run in the In the second bracket, which is We carry a fu neof ridin
Aseventh, doubling and coming in on composed of men who have had less e ca r fu li n in
an error. experience in competition, eight men equipment for your convenience.
are fighting it out for the top places BREECHES -- BOOTS - SPORT COATS
O rer ontdRED SOX WIN in the bracket. The first three will
' r e dSARASOTA, Fla., March 27.-()- augment the ranks of the six men in
NE OK ac 7~ _Making their first appearance of the'tetp lgt
NEW YORK, March 27.-()--season on the mound, Bob "Lefty" ISeymour Morrison went into extra
Heavyweight champion James J Grove and Wes Ferrell, Red Sox play to defeat Don Percival 4-6, 6-4,
Braddock will accept service Monday pitching aces, aided in turning back 10-8. Bill Woolsey, playing far off !NRT
at Newark of a Federal Court order' the Newark Bears 6 to 4 here today. his early season form, when he, with
designed to prevent him from fight- The Bears were unable to solve the Morrison and Percival, were ranked90SotSae
ing oedLouis inChicago, Jue 2. slants of the south hurler and bJohnstone among the leaders in 711 North University 902 South State
had Jelitts enmoreagsuccess2. agaist the second bracket, dropped his _____________________________________
Joe Gould, the champion's man- had litte more success against the matches to Percival 6-1, 6-1.
ager, and Judge Samuel B. Gould, _gs h g g an
his counsel, made this announcement
today after four hours of bickering INDIANS OUTSLUG GIANTS
over whether Braddock had been JACKSON, Miss., March 27.-(IP)-
served by deputies in Woodcliff, N.J.' The Cleveland Indians and New York
Carl S. Kuebler, attorney for Mad- Giants put on the "Grapefruit
ison Square Garden, first announced League's" Dizziest exhibition today
in Jersey City, that Braddock had with the Tribe outlasting the Nation-
been served. The order required Brad- al League champions for a 10 to 9
dock to show cause April 5 at Ne-- victory.
wark why an injunction should not Pitchers were worth a dime a dozen,
be issued against the Louis fight, after the starters, New York's Hal'
Later-in the day William McDer- 'Schumacher and Cleveland's Willis
mitt, United States Marshal, in New- Hudlin, were removed after four and
ark said deputies hunting for the three innings a-piece. Al Smith, Gi-
champion were reported to have ant pitcher in the fifth, gave up four,71in
served the wrong man. runs in his first frame, and Ivy Paul
Andrews, who succeeded Hudlin, did $1.25
the same in the sixth.
- Spors CARDS ARE SHUTOUT
-_ __ _ ORLANDO, Fla., March 27.-(P)--
The Washington Senators shut out Coiso mii e Royal
The thrd annual Ann Aiboi bad- the St. Louis Cardinals 2 to 0, win- Fresh Lobster Cocktail
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