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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Duel To Feature Diamond

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gentle men, "A Hoarse .,, dion and others we expect him to
trample this year.
tUY MONTROSE WHIPPLE, JR. Then why pick himx to win the
("Old Guy" to the local handi- Derby?
cappers) was given his weekly day I His last race at Hialeah points the
off by the Detroit Times yesterday, Taway.
This was a mile and an eighth
and as usual came over to the Sports affair. The track record at Hialeah
Desk in the Publications Building to for this distance is held by Brevity,
talk horses. We decided it was about last year's favorite for the Derby and
time "Old Guy" made his yearly con- a horse of acknowledged class, who
tribution to the sports editor's col- set asmark of 1.48.2. Sceneshifter,
umn in the usual form of picking a admittedly meeting a band of inferior
winner for the Kentucky Derby. performers, stepped out into a long
Here's his choice-take it or leave it lead, galloping along in front, win-
for what it might be worth. aing EASED UP by TEN LENGTHS
*' * - in 1:48.4! That bespeaks real class.
Sceneshifter, On The Nose It shows he can negotiate a route
without gasping for breath. It
.5 THIS WRITER'S firm convic- stamps him, superficially perhaps, as
tion that the winner of the $50,000 the equal on one day of the great
added Kentucky Derby May 8 at tra- Brevity.
dition-steeped Churchill Downs will We figure Pompoon to provide most
be a certain brown colt of amazing j of the opposition, with Reaping Re-
speed now quoted in the future books ward a mighty threat. Brooklyn?
at 20 to 1. His name-Sceneshifter. Can't see that one.
His breeding-by Sickle, out of Stage- "Differences of opinion makes
craft, by Fair Play. Owned by Max- horse racing." So do results.
craft, by Fair Play. Get a good rest every night, baby,
By what prerogative does the writer and train hard! You can do it!

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Herm Fishman sherwood Leads Net 14 TO Receive
FacesIwa's qad To 7-2 Win .
F ac I aw " SVarsity Letters
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Title Defense Gets Under
Way Today As Hawkeyes
Dedicate New Field

ceteating Michigan N
today at Palmer Field
ond meet of the seaso
the discouraging weat]
paced by Capt. Millert
onn in both the single

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assume to step forth and name a
Derby winner? Simply this-,and he
blushes with ill-concealed pride:
In January of 1935 he chose Oma-
ha as much the best of his three-
year-old confreres. This animal "let
out the tow line" to his opponents
in the Derby, winning handily over
a wet strip and swept the stakes for
competitors in his age class that year.
* *.*s
SO: To many observers Sceneshifter
undoubtedly looms as less than a
horse "of parts." His two-year-old
record compiled last year was noth-
ig short of miserable. He failed to
enter the winners' ranks until Jan-
nary of this year at Hialeah. Scene-
shifter met defeat in 1936 at the fly-
ing hooves of Fairy Hill, Privileged,
Mosawtre, Eli Yale, Riparian, Clo-
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A G reaer Record...
_ ITH the announcement of the
Varsity "M" awards by Coach
Matt Mann, the Michigan swimming
season is just about ready to become
history. The annual banquet and the
. subsequent election of the 1938 cap-
tain is all that remains and recapitu-
lations are in order. LIFE may argue
that Yale's dual-meet streak was
"phenomenal" and "fabulous," but I
say that Michigan's record is "sen-
sational" and "remarkable." -In the
12 years of the life of the Varsity
Pool in the Intramural Building,
Coach Matt Mann has brought Mich-
igan nine Big Ten titles and three
second places. In eleven years of
competition in the National Colle-
giates the Wolverines have won the
championship eight times and have
been second three times. Even more
outstanding is Coach Mann's record
of 55 individual winners in the Con-
ference and 35 in the Nationals-
where as many as 52 schools enter
in one meet..
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There will be a great pitcher'sd
battle in the offing at 3:30 p.m. this ivision, swept to a 7
afternoon when Don Brewer, Mich- their Ypsi opponents.
igan lead-off man, steps up to the Sherwood (M) def
plate to start off the game that will (MN) 6-3, 6-3; Dean
dedicate Iowa's new baseball field Richards (MN) 6-1,
and the Hawkeyes home diamond (M) defeated Spear (
season. Thorwood (M) lost to
It will be little Herman Fishman, 6-4, 1-6, 2-6; Woolsey
the southpaw softball artist from De- Goodman (MN) and
troit, against Captain Lowell Gosser, lost to Howard 1-6, 6
Coach Otto Vogel's righthanded fast singles.
ball artist who won four games in Big Sherwood and L
Ten competition last year. Herm will teamed to defeat Min
be out to continue his perfect record ards 6-3, 6-3. Dean
of never having lost a game while on beat Schultz and Goodi
the mound fQr Michigan. r 6-1 and Percival and
Coach Vogel's nine has had rather ished a successful Wol'
indifferent success this season but of the doubles divisioi
the team is sporting a healthy batting Howard and Spears 6-2
average with seven of the, regulars
hitting over .300 and Arthur Manush, . "
sophomore leftfielder and nephew of I jinl
Heinie Manush of major league fame,
leading the hitting with an average FTE'1
that is well over the .450 mark. our
Third In Big Ten
Iowa has lost its entire infield, in-
cluding Don Gugler, third baseman
now with Cleveland, and two of its-
regular outfielders by graduation .es
from the team that placed third in Spring SOn
the Big Ten last year behind Mich- 'With Iinter-Sq
igan and Illinois with a total of eight
games won and two lost. At Stadium M
The present infield has sophomores
Elmer Bratten, Benny Stephens and With the close of t
Emil Sulek at first, second and short- son rapidly approachin
stop, and a junior, Eddie Kadell at
third base. Warren "Skeets" Haltom ry G. Kipke sent four e
is the only returning letterman in the I a two hour scrimmag
outfield. He is playing his third year Ferry Field.
on the team and has won two letters Kipke, Hunk Ander
as a football player. He is the squad's Keen took over the di
most dangerous hitters in the pinches.'scrimmage between t
Manders May Start
Should Coach Vogel decide to save teams, while Coaches
Capt. Gosser for Saturday's game, he and Cappy CapponX
will probably start righthander Har- two squads through t
old Manders, a cousin of Bob Feller, Blute Ruri

ormac college
d in their sec- Fourteen Varsity swimmers have
n. In spite of been named to receive letters it was
[er the squad, announced yesterday by Coach Matt
Sherwood, who Mann. Included among the letter-
es and doubles j sinners are five seniors, three juniors
-2 victory over and six sophomores.
Heading the list of the 1937 Big
eated Minard Ten and National Collegiate cham-
(M) defeated
6-2; Levenson pions are Frank Barnard, '37, of De-
MN) 6-1, 6-1; troit and Jack Kasley, '37Ed. of Ann
Schultz (MN) Arbor, co-captains of this year's
(M) defeated squad. Three other seniors, divers
Percival (M) Ben Grady of Yonkers, N. Y., and
-2, 4-6 in the Phil Haughey of Battle Creek and
back-stroker Fred Cody of Detroit
evenson (M) will be awarded Varsity M's.
ard and Rich- The juniors named by Mann in-
and Thorwood elude Baker Bryant of Ann Arbor,
man (MN) 6-3, Bob Mowerson of Ann Arbor and Ed
Woolsey fin- Kirar of Kenosha, Wis. All are free-
verine invasion stylers. Kirar competed at Wiscon-
n by defeating sin and Bryant at Ohio State before
2, 6-l. coming to Michigan to swim under
Math Mann.
Six sophomores who had their first
,Ve, taste of college varsity competition
this year were listed to receive letter
awards. Included were Tom Haynie,
evens Bob Emmett, Walt Tomski and Bill
Wreford all free-stylers of Detroit,
i IDriI back-stroker Bob Sauer of Jackson
and free-styler Bill Farnsworth of
Buffalo, N. Y.
Will Close'Tiers Get Break
uad Game Te
fay 1 From Weatherman
he spring sea- DETROIT, April 22.-(IP)-The De-
ng, Coach Har- troit Tigers got another "break" to-
levens through day-a second postponement.
;e yesterday at When today's scheduled game with
the Cleveland Indians was called off,
*a iit gave the crippled Tiger pitchers a
son, and Cliff longer time to recover from injuries.
irection of the Detroit, as one sports observer put
he two of the it, will welcome baseball postpone-
Wally Weber ments for at least two weeks.
put the other hAs a result of wet grounds and
~uttheothr!threatening weather today, the Tig-
heir rounds. ers will open a three-game series
Wild with the White Sox at Chicago to-

PIRAIES DEFEAT CUBS WISCONSIN BEATS STATE
CHICAGO, April 22.-(T)-(Dtch) EAST LANSING, April 22.-(P)-
Brandt, veteran southpaw, pitched The pitching Buehls brothers of the
the Pittsburgh Pirates to a second University of Wisconsin staged a
straight win over the Chicago Cubs brother act today to defeat the Mich-
at Wrigley Field today, 4 to 2. igan State baseball team 5 to 3.
-The Rodney
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t fIormer Ilow . sChoolb0y, now
Cleveland Indians. Mande
came to Iowa with a high sc
erage of 18 strike-outs pe
relies on a burning fast k
has won two games this3
eluding a game with St. Lo
versity where he struck out
in six innings.
Coach Ray Fisher plans
Fishman to oppose Gosser wh
pitches the first game or the
and has indicated that Burt
ace righthander, will pitch t
contest.
Probable Line-Up Give
T~he "Gas House Gang" is
ly out to take both encount
the. Hawkeyes since a loss o
game, combined with the c
tion of the Wisconsin contes
be fatal to their chances of r
the Conference title that tr
last year.
.The probable line-up and
order for the Wolverines to
be Don Brewer, shortstop; Wa
inpaugh, third;'Capt. Kim V
catcher; Steve Uricek, second
Kremer, center field; Dan
first; Matt Patanelli, right fi
Heyliger, left field; and Herz
man, pitcher.
Captain Williams will go1
field in place of Patanelli if
decides to start Leo Beebe
backstop position.
CARDINALS DOWN RE
CINCINNATI, April 22.-
the dizziest game of the you
son, the St. Louis Cardinals
three runs in the eighth inn
day to down the Reds 14 to 1
Cards had scored six in th
and four in the sixth and t]
had a nine-run splurge in the
WHITE SOX BEAT BRO'
ST. LOUIS, April 22.-UP)-
Stratton pitched five-hit ba
as the Chicago White Sox cl
pair of Browns' pitchers for
victory, their first of the seas
Bonura hit a homer for the Y

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r game, scoring three times before Kipke since the inaugural victory.
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