100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

April 30, 1937 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1937-04-30

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I[3 The MIjors
American Lague
Detroit ......100 000 200- 3 7 1
Cleveland ....241 030 20x- g2 13 0
Auker, Logan, Hatter, McLaughlin
and Cochrane, Hayworth; Whitehill
and Pytlak.
New York.....001 000 300-4 9 1
Washington ...100 001 000-2 6 0
Pearson and Dickey; Weaver and
Hogan.
St. Louis.'.. ..000 000 000- 0 8 1
Chicago ......013 002 60x-12 19 0
Walkup, Blake, Thomas and Hem-
sley, Giuliani; Stratton and Sewell.
Boston, Philadelphia, rain.
National League

Cincinnati ... .000
St Louis .....200
R. Davis and V.
and Ogrodowski.
Brooklyn...,..000
New York ., .000
Henshaw, Baker,

100 000-1 8 7'
200 020-6 5 1
Davis; Warneke
000 000-0 5 5
511 20x-9 13 0
Jeffcoat, Peter-

son, Clark and Moore, Fitzsimmons
and Danning.
Chicago . ..003 000 020 000 0-5 12 3
Pitt. .....002 021 000 000 1-6 13 0
Shoun, Lee and O'Dea, Hartnett,
Bottarini; Brandt, Bowman and
Todd.
HOSE
PLAIN 0r FANCY
in Regulars and Anklets
25c to $1.00
SWEAT ERS
ZIPPERS and PULLOVERS
$2.45 to $4.95
SPORT COATS
PLAIN and FANCY
$9.50 to $13.50
SLACKS
Wonderful Assortment
$2.95 to $7.50
ai
DOWNTOWN
Next to Wuerth Theater
*

Miehig;an Nine
To Seek Eiffhth
Victory Today
Faces Michigan NormalE
Aggregatioun At 4 P.M.#
At FerryField
Michigan's Varsity baseball team,
still holding down first place in the
Conference standings, will play Mich-
igan Normal at 4:05 p.m. this after-
noon on the Ferry Field diamond
The Wolverines will be seeking their'
eighth win of the season and should
have little difficulty in beating the
inexperienced Hurons. Coach Ray
Fisher had originally intended to
start Chuck McHugh on the mound
but after the dismal performance put
on by the "Big Three" of his pitching
staff against Toledo, he decided to
start southpaw Johnny Gee.
Emphasize Fielding
Fisher put his squad through a
practice game yesterday with the
emphasis placed on fielding. The
pitchers were given instructions to
let the batters "connect" in order to
give the fielders-especially the sec-
ond stringers-a chance to handle
the ball.
Michigan Normal, while possessing
a notably weak pitching staff, will not
be taken too lightly by Coach Fish-
er's men today since the Hurons
pounded out an 8-2 victory over
Michigan last year after the Wolver-
ines had beaten them in the first
game of a two game series, 12-7. This
defeat was the only one during the
entire season in which Fisher's Big
Ten champions were beaten by more
than one run.
Fishman Faces O.S.U.
Herman Fishman was named yes-
terday as the starting hurler in to-
morrow's game against Ohio State.
Herm will be opposed on the mound
by John Dagenhard Dagenhard and
Fishman 'pitched against each other
in the Varsity's first Conference game
at Columbus a week ago and Herm
came out on top by virtue of a 2-0
win.
Following tomorrow's game with
Ohio State the Varsity nine will take
a well earned rest until May 7 and
8 when they will meet Indiana and
Illinois on successive days.
Rallies Mark I-M
Softball Con tests
Packing South Ferry Field to ca-
acity, a record crowd of fraternity
and independent ball teams battled
for play-off' positions in their respec-
tive leagues. Pi Lambda Phi came
rom behind to eke out an extra-in-
fing 15-14 decision ver Phi Kappa
Tau. After the Phi Kaps had run up
a 14-3 lead in the first two innings,
Bob Kositchek took over the hurling
duties and blanked the losers for the
remainder of the game. Cy Elkes
hit two home runs for the victors.
Scoring three runs in the last
stanza of a four inning game, Alpha
Kappa Lambda defeated Triangle,
15-14.

Singles
Sherwood (M) defeated Mayberry
Mills(M) defeated Elliott (W)1
6-0, 6-1.
Flick (M11i) defeafated Mefferd (W)

6-3, 6-3. Strong Indiana Distance
Levenson (M) defeated Wahl (W) Runners Here Saturday;
8-6, 6-0.
Woolsey (M) defeated Fortig (W) Lash Is Standout
6-4, 6-0.
Doubles Six Ferry Field and two all-time
Sherwood and Mills (M) defeated Michigan track and field records will
Mayberry and Elliott (W) 6-4, 6-3. be on the block Saturday afternoon
Dean and Flick (M) defeated Da- when the Wolverines meet a great In-
vis and Mefford (W) 6-2, 6-2. diana team.

Levenson and Woolsey (M) de-
feated Wahl and Fortig (W) 6-1, 6-3.'
"
Gridders Work I
Scoring Plays
In Signal Drill
Three Elevens Prepare!
For Inter-Squad Game
Tomorrow
With but one more day of spring
grid practice remaining before the
annual spring game takes place, the
squad went through light drills yes-
terday afternoon. The practice was
taken up largely with unting and
signal drills, with only the Yellow,
squad doing any scrimmaging.
This year three teams have been
formed, the Blues and Whites being
the two elevens that will play most
of the game Saturday. The Whites,
I is the squad which will probably have
the edge in the game, ran through
a snappy signal drill and picked up
a couple of new plays with which
they hope to foil the Blues.
Doug Farmer called the plays for
the Whites with Freddie Trosko
handling the assignment when
Farmer was not in the line-up. The
team clickes on its large series of
plays but spent quite some time get-
ting the new touchdown plays, as
Coach Kipke called them, down pat.
Coaches Walley Weber and 'Cappy'
Cappon put their Blue charges
through their paces at the other side
I of the field with quite some secrecy
as far as the opposing team was con-
cerned
In a punting drill, Kipke had Fred-
die Trosko, Don Page, Norm Nicker-
son, John Kinsey and Bob Secora
booting the ball with a number of
men handling the catching assign-
ments. Trosko looked good as he
got away a number of long high
boots.,
The Yellows will probably get into
the game Saturday at least for a
short period against the Whites. Or-
dinarily only two teams battle for
the entire game

Leading the assault on the records
will be "Iron Man" Don Lash, Hoo-
sier distance ace and Olympic run-
ner, and Michigan's great sophomore
star Bill Watson. Lash already holds
the Ferry Field records in the mile
and two mile but it's an even bet
that the mark in the former will fall
as Clayt Brelsford and Harold Da-
vidson of Michigan and his own
teammates, Tommy Deckard and Jim
Smith, match strides around the oval.
Times Are Promising
Other Ferry Field records that may
be erased from the books, if the teams
are favored with a perfect day, are
those in the 440, 880, two mile and
120-yard high hurdles-with Michi-f
gan men expected to do the breakingI
if any is to be done with the excep-
tion of the two mile.
Stan Birleson was clocked in :48.4
for the quarter in the California meet
and the Ferry Field mark is :48.2;
Howard Davidson ran a 1:53.7 half
in that first meet which is just a half
second off the local mark. Bob Os-
good holds the high hurdle mark of
:14.3 but has a better race to his

Tennis Summaries

Marks To Fall

As Tracksters
Meet Hoosiers,

Kirar Elected
'37-'38 Captain
Of Swimmers!
Natators Choose Sprinter
To Succeed Co-Captains
Kasley, Barnard
Ed Kirar, 200-pound junior engi-
neer from Kenosha, Wis., was elected
captain of the 1937-38 Michigan
swimming team yesterday by the
votes of the Varsity letter winners
of the past season.
The new Michigan captain, nick-
named "Moose" by his teammates,
a transfer from Wisconsin in Sept.
1935, succeeds Co-Captains Jack Kas-
ley, '37E, of Ann Arbor and Frank
Barnard, '37, of Detroit.
Won Big Ten Titles
Improving tremendously under the
tutelage of Coach Matt Mann, al-
though he already held the distinc-
tion of finishing a blanket second in
the Western Conference 50-yard
free-style championship race to the
great Charlie Flachmann of Illinois
in 1935, Kirar this year rose to the
point where only Charlie Hutter of
Harvard begrudges him the title of
"the nation's outstanding collegiate
sprinter."
Kirar won the Big Ten 50 and 100-
yard events with ease in his first
championship meet of the past sea-
son with times of :23.4 and :53.8, the
former mark tying Flachmann's Con-
ference record. He also cooperated
with Walt Tomski, Bob Mowerson and
Baker Bryant in establishing a new
400-yard sprint relay standard of
3:35.6.
Starred In Nationals
In the National Collegiate Cham-
pionships, Kirar continued his win-
ning ways, copping the 50 in :23.2

I

I

i

credit and it given the competition
might set up a new mark Saturday.
Lash is world record holder in the
twn mi d nrA if nrc~rn d nld on

Ewa me ana pese cTu eas y w, u, , ,
crack the Field mark of 9:23.1. and the 100 in :52.3. With Kirar
Townsend Looks Good pacing Tomski, Mowerson and Tom
Supporting Watson in both the Haynie, the Wolverine sprint quartet
shot put and discus and making such swept to a new Collegiate record of
rapid improvement that he is looked 3:32.2 i the 500-yard event.
upon as a certain point winner in the The National A.A.U. Champion-
Conference meet, is Johnny Town- ships early this month saw Kirar,
send, Michigan's great basketball Haynie, Tomski and Mowerson swim
player. to a new world's record in the relay
Townsend is far ahead of his 1936 with a 3:31.4 effort, Kirar contribut-
pace and against California was good ing a :51.8 century. He swam well
for third in the shot with 46 feet 2 anceor l 52 tec edley reay in the
inches and a second in the discus at ameomeet and ambad trn at 75
i~~~~~~ ~ ~ , ,f+ . ,, o;.c,. r o;am metan abaturnat7

141 feet 4%74 inches. So far has he
improved since reporting for track
after the basketball season that he
gives promise of eclipsing Watson in
the discus at least.
I-M SOFTBALL
Phi Gamma Delta 11; Phi Beta I
Delta 9.
Phi Sigma Delta 20; Sigma Nu 10.
Theta Xi 19; Beta Theta Pil11.
Kappa Sigma 9; Tau Kappa Ep-
silon 8.
Theta Chi 14, Chi Phi 7.
Sigma Chi 9; Kappa Delta Rho 1.

yards that cost him a yard lead lost
him the 100-yard title in one of the
fastest sprint fields ever assembled.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Boston ......100 100 110 02-6 15 4
Philadelphia, 300 100 000 00-4 13 1
Lightweight FELTS
$2.95
30 E. Liberty Phone 8020

L

iii,

--,

illi

g

'/ . . . : : . .
..I"":
.
.".

Safell & $ush
present .
Shirt and Tie Combina-
tions for Spring.
See Our Windows
SHIRTS . $2.00 and $2.50
TIES . . $1.00 and $1.50
& j3ush
e Street
ELLS ANOTHER"

Spor oas
and Slacks
Corresponding Colors

SI
ONE MAN

ill

I!II

.=--
0
0
0
--

NUNN
BUSH

THE ANKLE-FASHIONED OXFORD
FOR MEN:

Nunn-Bush .
Edgerton .

. . . $8.50 and more
. . . $6.00 and $6.50

S port Coats ... $10.00

Slacks . $2.95 to $5.50

ii

III _.. iII

iii

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan