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THE MICHIGAN PAILY S

UNDAY, APRIL 25, 1937

Wolverine Nine Comes Back To Defeat Hawkeye

Team, 5-3

By GEORGE J. ANIMIOS
Keep Still, Andros .. . Clfornia Reacts . . .
HENEXT TIME I speak over the COACH Charlie Hfoyt reeved a
radio (fthere is to bea next group of clippings from the Pacific
time), I am going to demand a re- coast Friday telling of the Michigan
cording of all my remarks. During track team's 81%-249%~ triumph over
the Spring Recess I was the guest of the University. The reaction of the
Al Theiler, Michigan State News coast sports writers was most inter-
sports editor, over WKAR, the col- esting to me. In each of the three
lege station. The program was com- stories sent by Coach Brutus Hamil-
posed of 15 mhinutes .of enjoyable dis- ton, the writer devoted the greater
cussion of Wolverine and Spartan part of his space not to a description
sports. In the course of my remarks of the meet but rather to a detailed

VAN MUNGO LOSES SECOND
PHILADELPHIA, April 24.-(I)-
Given fine support by the opposition
fielding, the Phillies battered Van1
Mungo and the Brooklyn Dodgers 7
to 3 today behind the eight-hit pitch-
ing of Lefty Lamaster, who hurled
his first complete game in the Na-
tional League. Five Brooklyn er-
rors, three by Cookie Lavagetto at
second base, just about handed the
ball game to the Phillies on a platter.
Mungo pitched six innings

tELLER W1'LD I'N F ST
CLEVELAND, April 24.-(P)-Bob
Feller gave away his first 1937 cham-
pionship start today in' a fit of first
inning wildness, but went on to hold
the St. Louis Browns to four hits,
while he was str'iking out 11, in the
six innings he pitched. The score
was 4 to 3, with all the Browns' runs
the result of Feller's initial shakiness.
Ivy Paul Andrews replaced him.

HANDLEY BEATS REDS
PITTSBURGH,. April 24.-P)-
Rookie infielder Lee Handley, who got
$20,000 for signing with the Pitts-
bjurgh Pirates, delivered a ninth in-
ning single with two out to give the
home team a 3 to 2 victory over the
Cincinnati Reds today. Thirteen
thousand fans saw Handley hit in
the ninth with the bases loaded and
drive in the tying and winning runs.
t was a sweet hit for Handley who
was shipped by the Reds to Toronto.

YANKS OPEN UP
BOSTON, April 24.--(P)-The New
York Yankee siege guns finally
warmed up today, but it took them
10 innings before Tony Lazzeri and
George Selkirk bombarded the Red
Sox into a 6 to 5 defeat. Scoring
the first victory in two starts in de-
fense of their American League and
World Championships, 'the Yanks
made only nine hits off Lefty Grove
and two Other Boston hurlers, com-
pared to the 11 for the Sox

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I made an unqualified prediction
that Michigan would beat State on
the gridiron next October. That was
the ONLY thing I said about the
game. The other day I was handed
a clipping of an article from the
Michigan State News written by one
of Theiler's underlings. Here is the
part I object to: "Al," I was sup-
posed to have "barked out," "it may
surprise you to know that the big
job of the 1937 Michigan football
team is to whip Charley Bachman's
Spartans. The season will be a suc-
cess, regardless of what we do dur-
ing the rest of the year to Big Ten
foes." You're damned right you'd
be surprised to know such a thing.
So am I. And now a couple of East
Lansing friends in town yesterday tell'
me it's all over the Red Cedar cam-
pus that all Michigan wants to do is
beat 'State. Tsk, tsk, my Spartan
friends, Michigan's greatest job by
far is, as usual, to make a good
showing in the Big Ten. If .I made
any remark even remotely connect-
ed with the quotes attributed to me,
I will eat every copy of the Daily that
contains this column. Me and
Cappie.

explanation of why California did not
achieve a greater degree of success
against the Wolverines. Most meticu-
lous and varied were these explana-
tions. Everything from injuries. The
reaction of a recent defeat by South-
ern California. The necessity of sav-
ing for the conimng so-called "big
meet" with Stanford, and on down
to alleged psychological explanations
far removed from the actual case in
my mind at least. I asked assistant
coach Ken Doherty why this was so.
"On the Pacific coast," Ken ex-
plained, "they take their track seri-
ously. When an intersectional meet
is run off, it isn't a case of two colleges
meeting, it is a case of the West ver-
sus the East. And any poor showing
on the part of a Western team must
be carefully explained to the rabid
fandom."

Corner State and North University Avenuc
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LOCK, STOCK and B RR L By May irst
Landlord demands possession May First! And we have no place to move. We are face to face with an emergency and a
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is no turning back! Just a few more days to dispose of everytning ---a grand and daring finish at Positively Shameful price
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ST. LOUIS, April 24.-WP))-Dizzy
Den, Lon Warneke and then what?
The St. Louis Cardinals' pitching
problem-may have been answered
today when the Chicago Cubs pound-
ed five Redbirds for 15 hits and a
13 to 12 victory.
The answer seems to be-headaches
for Manager Frankie Frisch
Before suffering their first defeat
of theseasonc.today, the Cardinals
had won by scores of 2-0, 14-11 and
5-4. but the ferocious attack which
gave the Cards the second victory,
despite ineffective work by four
pitchers, just failed to do the trick

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