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L 24, 1937

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L 24, 1937 PAGE T

Hawkeyes

Hand Michigan

Nine

First Conference

Loss, 3-2

Drake And Penn Relays Open ;
Galaxy Of Stars Vie For Places
Unheralded Feiler Stars fiers in the shot put with a flip of
51 feet, 5% inches.
At Drake Meet; Indiana Bobby Grieve, Illinois' little sprint
Leads At Penn Sace, galloped his heat of the 100-
yard dash in the best time of the
DES MOINES, Ia., April 23.-(R)- day, 10 seconds flat, and appeared
ready for a rousing tussle with Rob-
Bill Feller, 120 pounds of blond, inson tomorrow.-

Drake University sophomore dis-
tance-running machinery, raced into
a draw with a pair of Uncle Sam's,
1936 Olympic Stars, southpaw Samj
Francis of Nebraska and dusky Mack
Robinson of Pasadena Junior College
today in the opening program of the
28th annual Drake Relay games.
Francis won his second straight
discus title with a good heave of
149.09 feet, and Robinson, fleet
enough on his feet to have finished
second to- Ohio State's incomparable
Jesse Owens in the Olympic 200 me-
ters, stepped out with a leap of 25
feet, 51/2 inches to win the broadjump
today.

PENN RELAYS
PHILADELPHIA, April 23.-(I)-
Indiana University's famous foot rac-
ers signalized their return to triumph
in the Pennsylvania Relay Carnival,
after a three-year lapse, by smashing
two meet records and tying an Amer-
ican mark today in complete defiance
of chilly weather and a cinder-trac'
that was soggy from two days of
rain.
The hustling Hoosiers galloped to
{meshing victory in the distance
medley relay championship, with
durable Don Lash in his customary
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H erm Fishman
Falters In 8th;
Hinriehs tars
Iowa Hurler Gives Nine
Only Four Hits; Defeat
Is Southpaw's First
(Continued from Page 1)
Wolverine first sacker, drove a ter-
rific liner to left, which Manush
managed to reach but failed to hold,
and Smick pulled up at third. Dan
dashed across the plate when ar
pitched ball eluded the Iowa catcher.!
Not again until the seventh did the
Wolverines threaten to score. In that
inning, after Smick had lined out to
left, Bob Campbell, batting for Pat-
enelli, took two strikes and then,
slammed a long triple to left field.
He was caught in the hot box when
Heyliger grounded to the pitcher, and
on a dubious decision which the Wol-
verines loudly protested, was called
out. He had obviously not been
touched by the ball, but the umpire
claimed he had run out of the base
line.
In a desperate attempt to salvage
the game, Smick opened the ninth
singling to left. Campbell then
bounced into a fast double play.
Fishman went out, pitcher to first.
The Wolverines and Hawkeyes
tangle again in the second game of
the series tomorrow afternoon. Burt
Smith, right-hander, is slated to
pitch for the Wolverines against
Lowell Gosser, ace of the Iowa staff
who has been handicapped this sea-
son by a sore arm.{

Big Bill's Build Givs .
"eight-'uesserWillies
The Phi Delts opened their Michi-
gras weight-guessing booth yester-
day afternoon in a most inauspicious
manner, and the thorn in their side'
proved to be none other than Big
Bill Watson. Varsity track star.
Looking about for someone to
"wam up" on. Reed Low. Phi Delt'
impressario and barker, singled out
Big Bill from a crowd of interested;
bystanders.
Surveying William's anatomy with

Varsity Tennis
Team Blanks

ToledoU., 9-0
Squad Wins Easily, Losing,
But One Set In Match;
Play Spartans Today
By ART BALDAUF
Michigan's Varsity tennis team
continued in stride yesterday to blank
the Toledo University team without

a4 siiiewu eye, thle aUC aIIIVIIpoVw much difficulty, 9-0. With the ex-
barked out in his best professional ception of the number one doubles
mcponof' the number one doubles

Cops Two Mile I r-raigidvda inri
Cas:Tw MleI tenp spot, andi furmished a rec-
Feiler, the midget of the field, gal- ord-breaking individual winer in
loped to an easy triumph in the spe- slim Tommy Deckard, who skipped
cial two-mile race, finishing a good off with the 3,000 meters steeple-
50 yards in front of Lloyd Cooke of chase without any appreciable op-
Wisconsin in 9 minutes, 35 seconds position.
and finished up his day by anchor- The Indiana boys shared the open-
ing the Bulldog's first victorious relay ing day however with long John
team since 1912, in the distance med- Woodruff, Olympic 800 meters cham-
ley event, pion, who turned on a terrific burst
A brilliant half mile by Dick Squire, of speed, covered his anchor half-
gave Ohio State a victory 'in the mile iri 1:52 flat, and led Pittsburgh
sprint medley relay. to triumph in the sprint medley re-
Francis took a long reach toward lay championship.
a second title by leading the qual-

Unbeaten Varsity 1rack Team
Points For Four Coming Meets

manner"", c18inLuding the nenewspa-
per."
Big Bill uttered nary a word, but,
quietly mounted the Phi Delt scale.
Up shot the hands with the speed of
an express, and when 186 was reached
said hands didn't even stop to take'
on water. Not until 205 had been
hit did' the hands call a halt. Then
Big Bill got off.k
Looking over his shoulder he cast
Mr. Low a derisive smile and strode
away to more lucrative pursuits. Five
Phi Delts were seen immediately af-
ter with their heads together. and in3
the thick of it all stood very frus-
trated Mr. Low.
- - I
Lawson Hurls1
Tiers To 10-2
Wi OverSox

ma.c Co ch John Johnstone's men
took all their matches in straight sets.
Playing in the number one spot
Miller Sherwood, captain, turned in
the easiest victory of the day, beat-
ing his opponent, John Gram, 6-0,
S6-l.
Bill Mills. playing number two,
kept getting in and out of hot water.
winninzg and losing a number of
points on placement, but managed
to take two 7-5 sets from Ed Rath-
bun.
Dean Wins Long Duel
Jarvis Dean, playing under handi-
cap of a sort arm played the long-
est match of the afternoon. He was
forced to go into extra games in both
sets before winning 7-5, 11-9.
Jesse Flick, playing at number four
position, and Ted Thorward, at five.
both found their first sets easy and
their second more difficult. Flick
took Dick Querl 6-2, 7-5, and Thor-
ward beat Carl Comstock 6-, 7-5.
Neil Levenson was the only other
man beside Sherwood to find the go-
ing comparatively easy, taking both
his sets from Phil Robinson with 6-2
scores.

By FRED H. DE LANO I
Unquestionably one of the two best
dual meet track teams in the coun-
try and still boasting a perfect record,
for 1937 by virtue of" their over-
whelming defeat of California, Coach
Chuck Hoyt's Wolverines are now
pointing for their four big May
meets, three of them dual engage-
ments and the fourth the Conference
title scramble May 21 and 22.
While most of the other cinder
squads East of the Rockies are par-
ticipating in either the Penn or Drake
Relays this week-end, the powerful
Michigan team is resting from its
arduous 4,000 mile spring vacation
jaunt and plotting its assault on the
Indiana thinclads who will be here
for a dual meet May 1.
Varsity Wdin Indoors
Indoors last winter the Wolver-
ines defeated the Hoosiers by six and
one-third points in Yost Field House
and hope to widen the edge in the
forthcoming battle. As usual In-
diana's main strength will be in the
longer track events and a year ago
this power on the cinders enabled
Coach Billy Hayes' team to beat
Michigan, 67'-63%, in an outdoor'
meet.
Following the Hoosier meet, Michi-

gan will face Ohio State May 8 at
Ferry Field and Illinois a week later
at Urbana. Then comes the big meet
of the season, the two-day battle at
Ferry Field between the aces of the
Western Conference in which In-
diana will be striving to defend its
team title from the Wolverines. At
the moment, however, its an odds-on
bet that the crown will change hands
with the Wolverines picking up where
they left off in the Conference indoor
meet in March.
Win Over Bears Easily
Nothing but praise can be given
the Michigan aggregation for its tri-
umph over California, a triumph that
was even more decisive than South-
ern California's win over the Bears a
week before.
Leading the parade were double-
winners Capt. Bob Osgood and Bill
Watson. The latter again sets a new
all-time Michigan record in the shot
put by pushing the ball out 50 feet
9 inches and will be aiming at 51 feet
in his next appearance.
Stan Birleson, one of the best quar-
ter milers in Michigan history; turned
in the best performance of his career
against the Bears when he galloped
.home in :48.4 and easily rates as the
best 440 inan in the Big Ten.

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DODGERS TOP PHILLIES
PHILADELPHIA, April 23.-(/P)-
The Brooklyn Dodgers put together
three hits and a walk for two runs
in the ninth inning today to down the
Phillies 4 to 3.
Singles by big Tom Winsett, Cookie
Lavagetto and Buddy Hassett pro-
duced the tying and winning markers
off Bucky Walters and Syl Johnson,
who relieved him in the middle of
the rally._

PIRATES BEAT REDS
PITTSBURGH, April 23.-(A)--
Waite Hoyt's relief pitching gave the
Pittsburgh Pirates a 4-3 victory over
the Cincinnati Reds today in Forbes
Field's liveliest opener in years.
Big Jim Weaver made a bad start
for the Buccos, yielding six walks, a
hit and one run in one and two-
thirds innings. Hoyt, in the remain-
ing distance, allowed only three hits,
one a homer by Goodman into the
right field stands in the seventh.

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Game T1 0 ea t Boston; Doubles Team Wins
.arl' S rin( lans WiiIn the doubles Mills and Sherwood
stumbled m o m e n t a r i l y, dropping
Cttheir first set to Ralph Fall and
CHCAO Ari 3.AU Si-It Rathburn, 5-7, for the only set the
R H A pitching by Roxie Lawson and a 12- ?squad lost in the meet, and then
0 0 3 hit attack on three opposing hurlerscseua k os win the mtetond -3,
1 0 2'gave the Detroit Tigers a 10 to 2 vic- k6-3.
0 1 1 tory over the Chicago White Sox in In the other two doubles matches
0 1 1 the opening game of the American Dean and Flick beat Gram and Querl,
0+ 0 0 League in Chicago. and Thorward and Levenson whipped
1 1 0 Hank Greenberg and Billy Rogell Robinson and Comstock 6-0, 6-1.
0 0 0 hit homers for three runs off Johnny Although the players were hin-
0 1 0 Whitehead in the ninth, after the dered somewhat by a constant wind.
0 0 0 Tigers had pounded Sugar Cain and Coach Johnstone expressed . satisfac-
0 0 2 Clint Brown for five runs in the sec- pion over their performance. Today
G e tuond-dthey journey to Lansing to take on
2 4 9 Greenberg gat a double .and single he Michigan State squad
R H A as well as his homer and Gerry_ . _- __- _ .-
Walker also got three hits, a double
2 3 0 and two singles. Rogell doubled as
1 1 1 well as homered, while Lawson aided
0 0 0 I his own cause with two singles.
0 2 0--
0 1 0 GIANTS 3; BEES 0
0 0 3 NEW YORK, April 23.-uP)--Carl
0 1 5 Hubbell picked up today just where
0 2 3 he left off at the close of last sea-
0 0 5lson.
- - - He uncoiled his long, lean left arm
3 10 17 and shut out the Boston Bees with
Two base three hits to chalk up his 17th con-_

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Warm Weather

ANY DAY NOW, summer will be sneaking up on you.
Cast off those heavy tweeds; lay aside those dark suits
and get into clothes that are cool and casual. Put aside
your blue suit, and give Burma brown a break - and then
see how miraculously your temperatures shoots down and
your morale shoots up.

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Totals ...........32
Errors: Iowa-Haltom;

The backbone of a summer
wardrobe, the grey chalk.
striped flannel suit. Wear it
for dress with a starched col-
lar; change into a soft collar
and Tyrolean hat and it fits
into the casual scene.
Here's the good old bi-swing,
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college men demand this free
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hits-Manush 2; Three base hits-
Campbell.
Strikeouts-by Fishman 6, by Hin-
richs 7. Umpires-Hayden and
Schneck.
Golf ers Open
Season Against
Purdue Today
In their initial meet in defense of
the Big Ten golf title the Varsity
golf team will open its season at 8:45
a.m. this morning by meeting Purdue
on the University golf course.
The starting lineup, according to
Coach Ray Courtright, is the same as
the one which was slated to face
Michigan State last Wednesday but
did not do so because of rainy weath-
er. No changes in the order of that
line-up have been made. Scheduled
to head the Michigan quartet at the,
number one position is Captain Al
Saunders. Bill Barclay will playI
number two, Al Karpinski, three, and
Jack Emery, four. Two reserves, Bill
Yearnd and Bill Warren will be on
hand.
The first round of play which is to
begin in the morning will be followed
by play starting at 12:45 p.m. in the
afternoon. In the afternoon roundsF
Coach Courtright expects to make
use of the two reserves.
Purdue so far this season has
played one match with Indiana, but
was beaten although this meet can-
not be taken as any sort of criterion.
The positions of play of the va-
rious men in no way indicates their
respective ability according to Court-
right.

secutive National League victory as
tse new streamlined Giants made
their 1937 bow in the Polo Grounds
with a 3 to 0 triumph.
CARDS RALLY TO WIN
ST. LOUIS, April 23.-'P)-A typ-
ical, ninth inning, Gashouse Gang
rally brought the St. Louis Cardinals
a 5 to 4 victory over the Chicago Cubs
today, their third win in as many
starts this season.
Johnny Mize singled after'two
were down, and the bases were filled,
to drive in Stuart Martin and Frenchy
Bordagaray with the winning runs.
A'S 7; SENATORS 1
WASHINGTON, April 23.-iP)-
The Philadelphia Athletics spoiled a
Senators' ladies day game today by
scoring a 7 to 1 victory before some
15,000 fans.;
The Athletics hopped on Pete Ap-
pleton for three runs in the second
inning on a pair of walks, two singles
and an error.
INDIANS SWAMP BROWNS '
CLEVELAND, April 23.-(IP'-The
Cleveland Indians pounced on five
St. Louis pitchers today to win, 9 to'
2, their first victory of the American;
League season.
Johnny Allen gave the Browns 10
hits, but kept himself out of serious.
trouble throughout the game.
The New York Yankes and Boston;
Red Sox were rained out.
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tion. What's good for it?
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