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_ THE M1C1_GAN DAILY

Trackmen To Clash With Galloping Hoosiers

Thinclads Will
Strive To Hold
Record Intact
Watson Slated To Do One
Man Track Team Act;
Meet BeginsAt 1:45
By ROY HEATH
Fur will fly on Ferry Field this
afternoon as Coach Billy Hayes'
"Galloping Hoosiers" featuring Dur-
able Don Liash tie into Coach Charlie
Hoyt's track crew, lately dubbed
"America's greatest dual meet track
team."
The Indiana boys, fresh from mak-
ing an afternoon's workout of such
track get-togethers as the Kansas
and Penn Relays, will encounter a
somewhat different situation this af-
ternoon when they attempt to make
four brilliant distance men a match
for a powerful, well balanced Mich-
igan team which has not forgotten
a pair of beatings handed them last
year by bad breaks and this same out-
fit.
Bresford On The Spot
Just what Michigan can do to
snitch a few points from Lash, Deck-
ard and Smith, Inc., rests squarely on
the shoulders of Clayton Brelsford
and spunky sophomore, Harold Da-
vidson who surprised his veteran
teammate two weeks ago at Berkeley,
California as he nosed him out in
the one-mile run. Should Brelsford
stay with, or in front of the pack
instead of hanging coyly back and de-
pending on a phenomenal sprint to
carry him home a winner, the Maize
and Blue will fool the Hoosiers who
count on a clean sweep in the mile
and two-mile events.
"Singin' Sammie" Stoller is good
enough for anybody's money in the
century -sprint. For second place it,
is a toss-up between Indiana'sflashyE
Bob Collier and Alan Smith, Mich-
igan's stolid sophomore sprint star.
This same pair will fight it out in1
the 220 with a slight edge going to
Collier who is credited with 21.5 for
the distance plus a big margin in
experience.
Trutt Carries Hoosier Hopes
In the 880-yard run the Hoosiers,
depend upon Mel Trutt, a foot racer"
of no mean ability, to bring them
home another five points. On the'
other hand there is no reason to be-'
lieve that Howdie Davidson won't'
trim the stocky Indiana boy. Failing
this, Trutt will still have able half-
milers Bennie Starr and Ed Devine
to reckon with.
This afternoon may see Big Bill
Watson consumnate his scheme to ring
up twenty points in an afternoon.,
Michigan's number one weight man
will try his hand in four events, the'
shot, discus, broad jump, and high'
jump. Watson looks like a cinch in
the shot and discus and has a better
than even chance for first money in
the broad and high jump. The wide
range of Watson's activities demands
that he start work 15 minutes before
his teammates. He will begin tossing
the shot at 1:45 and the meet poper
will start at 2:00 o'clock.
Hurdles To Osgood
Captain Bob Osgood should shoot a
double in the high and low hurdles
with a possible threat from Indiana's
Jack Neeley in the high sticks. Steve.
Mason is another Michigan posibility
in the 220 lows. He has been inches
back of Osgood in every low hurdle
race this year.
Hoosier hopes are dim indeed in'
the 440 with Stan Birleson doing the
honors for the Wolverines backed up'
by Chuck Miller who is a greatly-
improved runner. Despite this Mal-
colm Hicks will still be a big factor
for the Hayes forces in the quarter
mile proceedings.
Relay Team Crippled
Things lack their usual rosey hue

for the Wolverine one-mile relay
team. Neither Osgood nor Mason will'
be able to run a, leg due to the fact
that the 220 low hurdles is slated
immediately preceding the relay
event. Sophomore Harvey Clarke has1
been experiencing leg trouble for the
past two weeks and may or may not
be in shape to give a good account
of himself. However with Birleson
and Miller sure to carry the stick the
Michigan boys can't be counted out.
Michigan's Dave Hunn should ex-1
perience little difficulty in the up-
and-over event. Hunn has consis-
tently been over 13 feet while Shoe-
maker for the Hoosiers claims 12
feet 6 inches as his best effort.
IDENTIFICATION CARDS AT I-M
Identification cards will be required
to enter the Intramural Sports Build-
ing today. This rule will always be
in effect on days of varsity games.

Number One Wolverine

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yesterday
Captain Joe Rinaldi will lead the allow tof
Varsity eleven into action this af-
ternoon in a prevue of next fall's I The c
football material. Rindi, who and ran
played regularly last fall, appears practice
to be following the Michigan tra- plays.Z
dition of excellent centers. He announce
comes from Elkhart, Ind. that wi
througho
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Hand s Purdu e Joe Rin
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LAFAYETTE, Ind., April 30.- Trosko a
(Special to The Daily)-The Univer- Blues, La
sity of Michigan tennis team made a Sukup a
On th
clean sweep of its Big Ten match valpey
here yesterday afternoon by defeat- Fred Jan
ing a weak Purdue team, 7-0. Rain, Fred Ol
threatening throughout the match, guards a
finally made it impossible to complete
the doubles play. The B
1Ernie Zip
Capt. Miller Sherwood, playing No.EneJZ
1 for Michigan took Wakefield of' and rJim
Purdue in the first battle. Sherwood Kodrosw
swept through the first set with ease A guards
taking it 6-0, but Wakefield's game A lar
present
stiffened up, and he ran the second only cha
set out to 6-4. Bill Mills, star soph- 1to get a
omore, had little trouble with Traylor I pects fo
of the Boilermakers, and garanered addition
his match 6-3, 6-1, 1 visiting
Jarvis Dean in the No. 3 position j football
came through with an easy 6-, 6-2
win against Gardner of Purdue, while Whites
Jess Flick downed Mann by a count Valpey
of 6-1, 6-4; in the No. 4 match. Neil Savilla
Levenson of the Varsity was forced dlds ..
to extend himself to gain a 6-4, 7-5; Rinaldi
victory over Jackson. Bill Woolsey Heikkine
coasted to win against Purdue's Linn Janke
6-2, 6-1. Nicholso
Only one doubles match was played Farmer
in which Miller Sherwood and Bill Phillips
Mills defeated Wakefield and Tray- Trosko
lor, 6-0, 7-5. Nickerso

n Set For Faces BuckIcyes Buckeye Nine
nual Spring ?eets Varsity
)otball Game ::ThisAfternoon
Divided Into Three : :Ohio State Must Even-Up
ps"; Large Crowd Is .. ::" Series To Stay In Race ;
ected To Attend ::Game Set For 3 P.M.
y STEWART FITCH By CARL GERSTACKER
s Harry G. Kipke and Hunk It will be Herman Fishman against
zput their grid charges " '"f. ' { c
th ti ridu charge ' John Dagenhard at 3:00 p.m. this
th final workout of the s:sc;::>:: :{ afternoron when the Varsity meets
ason yesterday afternoon in :>'tern:on:when th. Varsity
on for the annual intra- Ohio State on Ferry Field in a game
me which will be called at '.. .... i that should be a "natural." Dagen-
today. :hard will be out to avenge the 2-0 de-
xuad has been divided into ':°:: ':::::':;::> x
u hs bhee divied ino feat handed him by Herm in the first
)ups, the Whites, the Blues ; '}::? t':,' '
Y-,llows. The Y"ellows wil encounter between the two teams,
Yellows. The Yellows will r Coach Floyd. . :..; ..i::be;
field against either the Blues and Coach Floyd Stahl's nipe-will be
hites for a part of the open- .::::.:;? ... ;.: -out there trying for their first victory
d then will be replaced by :..over the Wolverines in two years.
r team for the rest of they :
'oach Kipke was not certainToday's game is certain to be hotly
Y as to which team he will :: contested for it means virtual elimi-
face the Yellows. nation from the Big Ten race for
Signals Stressed Ohio State if the Buckeyes should
oaches stressed signal drills Herman Fishman, the ace of lose, and will put Coach Fisher's Var-
the squads through a short Michigan's mound staff, will today sity in sole possession of first place
in the execution of scoring face a powerful Ohio State nine for in the Conference standings if Mich- 1
The starting line-ups were the second time this season. April igan wins.
ed yesterday and those teams 19 he shut out the Bucks, 2-0, and I The Wolverines will take the field
ll start worked together allowed but three hits. with the same team that started "the
ut the practice. game against Normal yesterday ex-
iuads appear to be well-bal- Ninecept that Fishman will be on the
with the Whites having a M chioan Nine mound instead of Johnny Gee and
vantage over the Blues. Capt. Vic Heyliger will replace Capt. Kim
aldi will be in at center for " Williams in the outfield.
tes while John Jordan, Chi- Tripuhiniis 'iver Students must present their iden-
mni award winner last year, tification cards at the gate or pay the
ose him. I 1 9 40 cent general admission charge.
eams are well supplied with 0 a 4 The-pobabebatingord
backs, the Whites boasting The probable batting orders and
armer, Ed. Phillips, Freddie line-ups are:
nd Norm Nickerson, and the (Continued from Page 1) Michigan Ohio State
ouie Levine, Wally Hook, Milo Brewer, ss Meyers, 2b
nd 'Hero' Renda. two extra base hits, the double in the Peckinpaugh, 3b Pape, 3b
e line the Whites have Art second, and a triple in the eighth that Beebe, c Raudabaugh, ss
and John Nickolson ateends, ended in an out as he over-ran third Uricek, 2b Booth, cf
eke and Joe Savilla at tackles, and was caught between the . third- Kremer, cf Doris, If
ds and Ralph Heikkinen at baseman and catcher. This was Smick, lb Zarnas, rf
and Rinaldi at center. probably because of the. absence of Campbell, rf Wulfhcrst, c
Sobsey Comes Back any third base coach. Heyliger, If Coughlin, lb
lues boast Sol Sobsey and Steve Uricek showed no signs of Fishman, p Dagenhard, p
ielinski at ends, Earle Luby shaking off the slump at bat that has -^. - -___
Lincoln at tackles, Archie I been hampering the Wolverine off-
and "Dutch" VandeWater at ense. Michigan fans, remembering
with Jordan at center. the punch that he supplied with his "y
ge crowd is expected to be slugging last year, believe that he is I . '.
for the kickoff as it is the due to show his regular form any ...:..>
noe that grid fans will have day now, perhaps this afternoon
line-up on Michigan's pros- against Ohio State.
r next fall's campaign. In The whole Michigan infield looked
there will be a number of Igood with Walt Peckinpaugh and
coaches and high school Don Brewer outstanding. Brewer,
players present as guests Varsity short-stop, handled sevenI
Starting Line-Ups chances without an error, while Peck-
Blues ,inpaugh's circus catch of Walt Good's
. , ..... .RE .......Zielinski fiy over third base in the seventh was
.........R T........Lincoln the outstanding bit of fielding of
.. ....R G .. . Vandewater
.C.......Jodanthe day.
L.. G . ........Jordan Michigan Normal * AB R H O A
en ..... LG........Kobdros Walsh, 2b......... 4 0 1 1 3
. LT... ...... . Luby Walker,3b..........4 0 1 1 3
eyTodd ss.............4 0 0 1 2,

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........Q B......... Levine
........HB.........Sukup
........HB.......... Hook
.n ......FB......... Renda

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Scripter, if ...,.
Garian, lb .. . . .
" Ross . .,...... .
Good, cf ...... .
Weaver, rf ...,.
Bartling, pc.... .
Bailey, p.......
Zacher, p......

., . ...3 0
. . .. ..1 0
. . .. . 3 0
. .. .. .2 0
.. .. .,.2 1

Dagenhard-Fishman Feud
To Be Renewed In Ohio Game

Totals ... . ...... .31
Michigan AR
Brewer, ss ...........2
Peckinpaugh, 3b .....4
Beebe, c..............5

LADEEZ and GENTLEMENNN! either, although he weakened a little
...Step this way-just a little closer I as the game progressed, holding
please, Now in this corner we have Michigan's sluggers to four hits and
John Dagenhard, the tiger man from two runs. John looked very - good
the Buckeye camp down at Colum- against the Wolverines and has
bus. Notice his 200 pounds of bone looked better every time that he has
and muscle. See the way he curves' pitched since. He recently bested
that ball 'round the plate. Watch Hale Swanson, Illinois' ace hurler,
him throw the horsehide past the in a pitching duel and handed the
batters. - Illini a 5-1 loss for their only Big
And over here-over here in this Ten defeat of the current season.
corner we have that world-famous Fishman and Dagenhard are a de-
lion tamer, that dribbler extraor- cided contrast. Herm is short and
dinary, that man that throws a slow stocky and specializes in slow balls
ball slower than any you ever saw- that get slower with every pitch. His
none other than Herman Fishman of great record of having won 11 out of
Detroit. the 12 games that he has pitched in
They're going to pitch a little base- college baseball is due to his timing
ball today, folks. You'll remember and excellent control. John, on the
when they met down at Columbus a other hand, is tall and specializes in
week ago and mowed down the bat- a burning fast ball and a curve.
ters with no effort at all. Fishman - _ _
was at his best that day and not a _"
Buckeye reached second base al-
though Herm did ease up enough to
grant Coach Floyd Stahl's boys three
bingles.
Dagenhard didn't do so badly

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Uricek, 2b ...........4
Kremer, cf ...........4
Pataneli, cf ..... ....0
Smick, lb......... . ..5
Campbell, rf .,.......4
Williams, if ......,... ,2
Heyliger, if ....,,. ,.1
Gee, p.............2
McHugh, p..........1
Totals.........34

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