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7, 1937

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Varsity Meets First Place Indiana Nine Here

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By GEO. J. ANDROS
A Little Shaeup.. .
COACH CHARLIE HOYT is plan-
ning a little experiment on some
of his trackmen Saturday when bel-
ligerent Larry Snyder's Buckeyes
move in from Columbus. Charlie is
pulling three regulars out of their
accustomed events and shoving them
up into shorter distances. Howdy
Davidson, Clayt Brelsford and Bill
Staehle are the men affected, and the
idea is to provide them with some
necessary speed work under strong
competition. All in view of the .Big
Ten championships coming up in two
weeks. The calm Wolverine coach
is not taking Ohio State too lightly,
however-figuring his men canno'
pile up 70 points against the invaders
Davidson, who won the half ir
California, will move into the 44C
to match his long strides with thf
power of Michigan's Stan Birleson.
Conference indoor champion. Re-.
placing Davidson in the 880 will be
the consistent Brelsford, holder of
the Field House record in the mile
run. Brelsford in turn will be sup-
planted in his favorite event by
Staehle, Big Ten two-Mile champion
indoors in 1936 but a disappointment
so far this year. A fourth change
will find veteran Ed Devine ousted
from the yhalf mile, temporarily at
least, by sophomore Doug Hayes.
Hayes, Highland Park lad without too
much high school experience, has
performed well enough in practice to
earn a trial in actual competition.
* * *
Looking Ahead ...
"AFTER MINNESOTA you can take
yorpick" is the general opin-
ion down around Ferry Field con-
cerning next fall's Big Ten footbal
race. Bernie Bierman's Golden Go-
phers are due to run rampant an-
other season -at least (although Notre
Dame may be very tough early in the
season), but Ohio State and North-
western look to be considerably weak-
ened. Northwestern, last year's title-
holder by virtue of a 6-0 upset over
Minnesota, has been stripped of reg-
ulars from tackle to tackle, and sur-
prising Steve Toth is gone from the
backfield. Ohio State loses quar.er-
back Tippy Dye, a major catastrophe
in itself, in addition to ends Merle
Wendt and Red Cumiskey, tackle
Chuck Hamrick and All-American
guard Inwood Smith. So the Mich-
igan coaches are expecting easier go-
ing against the above "Big Three"
for more reasons than the great im-
provement the Wolverines have shown
this spring. The bright (?) spot of
the tussle with Minnesota is the fact
that it is the third game on the
Gopher schedule, the Swedes being
known traditionally as slow starters.
"But how they pick up momentum,"
adds Wally Weber.

Gee Or SmithI
Slated To Hurl
'For Michifgan
Wolverines Need Victory
Over Hoosiers To Stay
In Conference Race
Michigan's championship - bound
baseball nine faces one of the highest
.iurdles in their path to another Big
Ten title at 3:15 p.m. today when
they meet an undefeated Indiana
team on the Varsity diamond.
Coach Everett Dean has selected
ig Babe Hosler to start on the mound
md he will be opposed by either long
John Gee or Burt Smith. Hosler; a
ighthander with plenty of stuff on
the ball, hurled the Hoosiers to their
;econd straight win over Purdue's
iapless Boilermakers last Friday,
;ranting but -five hits in coasting
ilong to a 3-0 victory.
If Gee starts, it will be the first Big
ten game that the southpaw fastball
artist has worked
this year. Smith
started the second
Iowa contest and
came home with a
5-3 victory.
C o a c h Dean's
nine, by virtue of
their tvo victories
over the Boiler-
makers, are tied
for first place in
- : the Conference
standings with
Minnesota a n d
- -_ Wisconsin, all
HEYLIGER three teams hav-
ng won two games and lost none.
Coach Ray Fisher's Wolverines are
tied with Illinois at the present time
for fourth place in the standings
With Indiana, Wisconsin, and Min-
nesota still undefeated, Michigan
:nust come through with victories to-
day and tomorrow to stay in the thick
:f the fight for the Big Ten cham-
pionship.
Michigan Indiana
Brewer, ss Thompson, 2b
Peckinpaugh, 3b Gevin, cf
Beebe, c Grieger, c
Uricek, 2b Hobson, rf
Kremer, of Clark, lb
Smick. lb Andres, 3b
Campbell, rf Abernathy, ss
Heyliger, If Becker, If
Smith or Gee, p Hosler, p
Purple Net Squad
WipsVarsity, 8-1
EVANSTON, Ill., May 6.- (Special
to The Daily)-Northwestern's ten-
nis team defeated Michigan, 8 to 1,
on the University courts in Evanston1
yesterday. The Wolyerines scored
their lone point when the doubles
team of Dean and Flick defeated R.
Baliand Froehling in three sets, 6-2,
4-6, 6-4.'
Summaries
G. Ball, (N.) defeated Sherwood,
(M.), 3-6, 7-5, 6-4.
Rugg, (N.), defeated Flick, (M.),
6-1, 6-3.
Wachman, (N.), defeated Levinson,
(M.), 6-2, 6-2.
R. Ball (N.) defeated Dean (M.),
6-0, 6-1.
Froehling, (N.), defeated Percival,
(M.), 6-3, 6-3.
Doubles: G. Ball and Wachman,
(N.), defeated Sherwood and Mills,
(M.), 6-0, 6-2.
Adelman and Rugg, (N.), defeated
Levinson and Percival, (M.), 6-2, 6-2.
Dean and Flick, (M.), defeated R.
Bal and Froehling, (N.), 6-2, 4-6,
6-4.

Will Run Quarter-Mile

Netmen Disagree
On Six Man Rule;
Coaches Are Split
By ART BALDAUFI
When Big Ten coaches bring their$
tennis squads to Ann Arbor the endI
of this month for the Conference
meet not all of them are going to get
off the trains with a complete "peace
on earth good will towards men"
feeling.
For the first time since the depres-
sion forced a curtailment of expenses
and the advent of the four-man
squad, the tourney will be conducted
with six-man teams. That was de-
aided this winter after a much heat-
ed debate which saw the repeal of
the amendment favored by the small,
est of majorities.
Notice Trouble
The Wolverines have noticed some-
thing of the opposition to the rever-
sion that still lingers in their dual
meets with several of the teams. De-
spite the new ruling their oppon-
ents, on several occasions, have
brought only four-man squads, giv-
ing "budget trouble" as the excuse.
To Michigan, Illinois, and one or
two others whose squads are equally
str lig throught and count on places
in the lower brackets, the six-man
squad is a god-send. Chicago and
Northwestern, the perpetual Confer-
ence champions, also favor the setup,
for each has at least four exception-
ally strong men and others who rank
on a par with the other number five
and six men in the league.
No Increase Needed
But the rest haven't looked at the
issue that way. Without teams that
are balanced any too well, or with
especially strong men, they've no
reason to want any increase in size of
the match squad that would give their
opponents a hands' down advantage.
So be it May 20, 21 and 22 the meet
will be held with six-man teams un-
less it rains. But whether it rains or
not the odds are that it will be a bit
cloudy down by the tennis courts.
MAJOR LEAGUE SCORES
I! American League
Detroit 12, New York 6.
Boston 2, St. Louis 1.
i Cleveland 4, Washington 2.
Philadelphia 3, Washington 2.
S.LNational League
S.Louis at Boston, rain.
Brooklyn 9, Pittsburgh 5.
Cincinnati 4, New York 0.
Chicago 1, Philadelphia 0.
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I-l Golf Match Set For May 15
Saturday, May 15, is the date set the names of five players and their
for the annual inter-fraternity four- ratings. These will be used to match
man team golf tournament. The bat- together men of equal ability. The cup
tie for the rotating trophy will begin and the winner's 100 points toward
at 10 a.m. in the morning and 1 p.m. the all-year total will go to the house
in the afternoon, immediately fol- having the lowest four-man total of
lowing the varsity golf match, play- the day.
ers teeing off at four minute inter- It is expected that at least 25 houses
vals. will enter this year to compete with
Each house to enter must send in Phi Kappa Psi, last year's winner with
a 341 total, for the trophy.
THE JOHN MARSHALL I

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Howdy Davidson, Grand Rapids
senior who has been an outstand-
ing half-miler on the Michigan
track team for the past three years,
will compete in the quarter-mile
run Saturday when Ohio State
meets the Wolverines at Ferry
Field.
Big Ten Standings

Solid Citizens, Slim Jims, Small
Packages, Ex-F'ootball.Linesmen:

Won Lost

Indiana.. .......2
Wisconsin......2
Minnesota..........2
Michigan............3
Illinois.............3
Ohio State ..........3
Iowa..............2
Northwestern ........1
Chicago .............1
Purdue .............0

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GERALD SCRATCHED
LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 6.-( P)-
Mrs. W. H. Furst's Gerald, considered
a likely starter in Saturday's renewal
of the Kentucky Derby, is definitely
out on the advice of a veterinarian.

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