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Runs New Distance



Hard Practice
Prepares Nine
For Road Trip
B'rev),r Hurt, But Should
P 1 a y Against Indiana;I
Lisagor In Infield

Western State
Beats Tennis


Winning Netters Make Maroon
Fans Forget Other Sport Woes

Team By

' "! E

By ART BALDAUF plays number two and Chet four.
Down around the Midway, they've l and are regarded as one of the best
Netters momentarily forgotten the fact that doubles teams in the Conference.

Weary Michigan

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Pot Shots . . .

Lose Fourth Consecutive
Meet; Mills Has Cold

THERE are only six more; Press
Angles to live through, readers,
have courage . . . Discussion at the
swimming team banquet the other
night centered around what would
happen when the potentially great
Ohio State team comes up here next
winter . . . Fred Cody, screwiest of
Matt Mann's traditionally scr.ewy
backstrokers, proved a highly suc-
cessful toastmaster . . . Coach Eddie
Lowrey has scheduled the Michigan
Tech hockey games next winter one
day apart, ala the Minnesota series
. . Toronto U. writes its hockey team
enjoyed its game with Michigan this
past season very much, and nego-
tiations are under way to continue
the rivalry . . . Lowrey says Johnny
Sherf, former Michigan captain, is
not yet ready for a steady job in big
timeshockey ... Despite thetperform-
ances the big Calumet :lad turned in
with the Detroit Red Wings in Stan-
ley Cup competition ... Dizzy Dean ofj
the Cardinals, in five games to date,
possesses an earned-run average of
.40 . .. Chuck Menafee, former Var-
sity golfer, walked off with the localj
Barton Hills handicap tourney Sun-
day with a gross score of 76.
From The Scatter Gun. ..

Coach Ray Fisher's Varsity nine, Michigan's Varsity tennis team,
with nothing but a mathematical tired out from a week-end of ex-
chance remaining for a Big Ten title, hausting matches in Big Ten play,
went through an intensive practice dropped their fourth contest in as,
session yesterday afternoon, deter- many days to the Western State
Teachers squad yesterday by a 6-31
{mined to upset the dope bucket in score.
their return engagements with In- With Bill Mills absent from the,
diana and Illinois this week-end. lineup with a severe cold, Coachj
Pete Lisagor took over at shortstop Johnstone moved the other men up
in place of Don Brewer. Don suffered one position and put Bill Woolsey,
a stone bruise on his heel, a twisted who was the only Wolverine to win
ankle, and a sprained thumb on his his single match, in sixth position.
right hand in the Illinois game Sat- The Varsity's other two points were
urday. Brewer seems to be mending gained in the doubles where, Jesse
fast, however, and is expected to be Flick and Jarvis Dean, playing the
in shape to play against Indiana in number two spot beat Norman Klein
the Wolverines' next game. and Devon Smith, and the third
Johnny Smithers, Chuck McHugh doubles which Neil Levenson and
and Danny Smick worked on the John Kidwell took from Matt Chand-
mound in practice yesterday and ler and Willis Judd.
looked the part of capable relief Summariesa
pitcherstalthough Smithers was Fischer W) def. Sherwood (M)!
touched for successive home runs by 6-4, 6-2. Ruehl (W) def. Deafl (M)
"Butch" Kremer and Bill Lane. 6-3. 6-3. Klein (W) def. Flick (M)
Fisher intends to take five hurlers[ 10-8, 4-6, 6-4. Smith (W) def. Lev-
when the team leaves Wednesday for enson (M) 8-6, 0-6, 6-4. Chandler
the Indiana, Illinois and Purdue con- (W) def. Percival (M) 6-2, 6-1. Wool-
tests. Herman Fishman, Johnny Gee, sey (M) def. Judd (W) 6-4, 6-4.
Burt Smith are certain to be three Fischer and Ruehl def. Sherwood and
of the quintet and Smithers and Mc- Woolsey 6-1, 6-2. Flick and Dean
Hugh seem the logical choices for (M) def. Klein and Smith (W) 7-5,
the other two hurling posts. Smick 6-4. Levenson and Kidwell (M) def.
will go as a first baseman but can Chandler and Judd (W) 6-4, 8-6.
work on the mound-if he is needed.
The Varsity lined up yesterday with
Leo Beebe behind the plate, Bill Lane Reserves Beat
on first, Steve Uricek as second base-
man. Pete Lisagor at shortstop, Walt F g o h g ofer
Peckinpaugh in the third base post rosh Golfers
and Merle Kremer, Bob Campbell and
Vic Heyliger in the outfield. In 2 .5-1 5.5 /in
MeMillan Sightly Although showing unusual power
and strength, the freshman golf team
bowed to the Varsity reserves Sat-.
urday by the score of 201%-151%. The
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., May 10.- match in which sixteen men partici-


the Varsity basketball team has
served as doormat for all the other
Conference teams during the last two
years, and that football and most of
the other athletics are more or less;
intramural sports, and they're getting
ready to re-annex the one title that
usually goes to the Maroons-the
Conference tennis championship.

Lately John Shostrum and John
Krietenstein have been holding down
the last two positions. Shostrum, a
junior, lost to Northwestern's Dick
Rugg in the Big Ten meet last year,
but pairing with Herbert Mertz, who
has been alternating with him in
matches this season, he beat out
George Ball, Northwestern's third
place holding this year and his part-

Last year Northwestern nosed out ner in one of the doubles finals.
the Midway team at Evanston but That then is the Chicago lineup.
this year, according to Coach Wally Their only real threat, as they look
Hebert of the Maroons and many at it, is the Wildcat team, which,
others, things - are going to be dif- while practically as strong as their
ferent. And, looking at the results neighbors, probably won't keep the
of the Chicago-Northwestern match crown away from the powerful He-

I I(.pes for Michigan's placing in
the half mile run in the coming
Big Ten track meet May 21 and 22
at Ferry Field were considerably
buoyed Saturday when Clayt Brels-
ford, for the past two years the
Wolverines' hest miler. found the

played at Evanston last Wednesday,
they may not be far wrong. The Ma-
roons won 8-1.
Win Decisive Victories
Add to that 6-0 wins over Illinois
and Indiana, a 9-0 victory against
Michigan and several other wins
practically as decisive and it begins to
look like rather smooth coasting for
the Hebert men, come May 20.
Playing in the number one spot
this year again is Norm Bickell, last
year Conference champ. Last year
Norm beat Bob Neihousen of Ohio
State out for the title in straight sets.
He ranks third in Chicago.
At the number two post last year
and at three this season is Norbert
Burgess, Bickell's doubles partner. Al-
so a senior, he has figured in the Con-
ference playoffs for the last two years.
Together Bickell and Burgess cap-
tured the doubles title last year with-
out much trouble. Burgess ranks first
in the middle-west and ninith nation-
Murphy's Outstanding
Coach Herbert isn't worrying any
about . the loss of Bickell and Bur-
gess next year because he has in the
Murphy twins, Bill and Chet, prob-
ably two of the best men ever to play
in the Big Ten. While they are only
sophomores, both have played and
annexed titles in numerous tourneys
and had iuniorrankineslasnear.Bill.

COACH RAY FISHER'S baseballers shorter distance more to his lik-
eare still talking aboutthe way ing and pushed Charlie Beetham to
Roger Peckinpaugh, former Major a newv field record of 1:52.6. Clayt's
League star and father of the Var- time of 1:53.2 tied the old mark,
sity's Walter, handled the ball in a set by Beetham last year.
warm-up session with the Wolverines
Saturday . . . Ferry Field will be the
site of the State Interscholastic ten- 7ouis To Start Training
nis tourney May 28-29 . . . There is
agitation in a certain prominent cam- For Bout With Braddock
pus organization for a campaign di-I
rected toward the establishment of a CHICAGO, May 10.--()-Joe Louisj
crew at Michigan. . . A long straight-! will move into his training camp at
away in the Huron River above the Kenosha, Wis., tomorrow to prepare
dam offers a fine course, boosters of ! R.

bert forces with the Ball brothers
and dirty looks alone.
I-M PlaymOffs
For Fraternity
Ball Title Start
With league winners now decided,
fraternity teams in the I-M softball
circuit started the first round of play-
offs for the victor's cup yesterday.
Delta Kappa Epsilon established
itself as the team to beat when, after
knocking last year's winners, the
D. U.'s out of the race, they shut-out
Phi Sigma Delta, 2-0, in the best ball
game of the year yesterday. Backed
up by good fielding, Dick Long hurled
no-hitdball, the secondntime this has
been done this season. Long also
slapped out a long triple in the third
with Chuck Boucherle on board to
score the Deke's second run. Manny
Slavi pitched fine ball for the Phi
Sigs, striking out ten men..
The Sigma Chis scored an upset
when, with the aid of fine relief
pitching by Charlie Pink, they
downed Alpha Delta Phi, 14-10. Out-
hit nearly two to one, the Sigs staged
a nine-run splurge in the second to
put the game on ice. A four-run
blast in the fifth brought the crowd
to its feet as the Alpha Delts came
within an ace of tying the score, but
Pink took over the mound duties for
the Sigs in the sixth and fanned three
to end the ball game.
Blasting three pitchers for nine-
teen hits, Phi Kappa Psi walloped
Alpha Kapp a Kappa, 23 to 2 in a
four-inning game.

Golfers Given
Season's First
LossB N.U.
Wildcats Stop Victories At
Four Straight With 91/2.
81/2 Win
EVANSTON, Ill.. May 1.-(Special
to The Daily)--Michigan's golf team
had its victory string cut short at
four straight this afternoon when
the Northwestern squad eked out a
9' to 8 ?2victory over them at the
Kildeer golfcourse.
The match was the fifth of the
season for the Wolverine forces.
In best ball play, Captain Al Saun-
ders and Ken Emery defeated Kos-
teleckey and Marek of the purple, but
Richardson and Perpich tied up the
score at three all by defeating Bill
Barclay and Al Karpinski.
In the singles Saunders lost to
Kosteleckey, 79-74, Karpinski and
Richardson halved at 75, Emery lost
to Perpich, 76-75, and Warren beat
Marek 76-79.
Bill Dickey, star Yankee catcher,
wil be out of the lineup for approxi-
mately two weeks as a result of a fore-
arm injury sustained when he was hit
by a pitched ball thrown by Ted Ly-
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for nis scheduied 15-rouna navy-
the sport say . . . Main objection inmIh
official circles seems to be the great weight championship fight with
initial expense that would be in- James J. Braddock here June 22. Ju-
volved-. . . Carl Hubbell of the New lian Black, co-manager of the Negro
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year ... Tsk, tsk, William. front.

(P)-Football Coach A.N. (Bo) Mc-
Millin of Indiana University suffered
minor injuries today in an automo-
bile accident caused, he told police,
when his foot slipped from the brake
of his automobile to the accelerator
on a curve in the road. McMillin was
returning here from Indianapolis.
His motor car left state road 37
and struck a utility pole. The auto-
mobile was badly damaged.

It's The Gypsy In Me' Says Haynie,
As He Tells Stork Of His Varied Life

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golf course under ideal weather con-
Yearned of the Reserves, winner of Major
the Trueblood Cup last fall, had a
card of 76 gained mostly by virtue
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If Tom Haynie, Varsity swimmer
de luxe, decides to go "Johnny Weiss-
muller" and go in the movies and
swim among crocodiles, he'll have a
good start.
At the age of 11, he joined a har-
monica band and went into vaude-
ville--his one big ambition at that
time to become an actor that "made
good." And when the band broke
up after a successful tour, he went
into a one-man act with a banjo and
a harmonica.
In fact, his biggest thrill came
when he won first prize on an -ama-
teur night the first time he ever
played on the stage.
The blond Detroiter claims he
doesn't plan to go into swimming pro-
fessionally, although he's been in am-
ateur swimming matches for six years
now. Instead the 24,500 miles he's
traveled to participate in swimming
meets has imbued (?) him with a
gypsy spirit and he wants to go into
something that'll involve traveling.
An Extensive Traveler
The unassuming natator ought to
know about traveling now, because
he's traveled from one end of the
country to the other and tried prac-
tically every method of covering mile-
age from hitch-hiking up. Santa
Monica, Calif., is his favorite city and
Texas is the state he dislikes the most,
he claims.
The former D.A.C. star, who re-
cently won the title of the best in-
tercollegiate swimmer, has enough
titles to make up a book. Among
them are records for the 150-yard
medley, the 300-yard medley, the 250-
yard medley, national championship
in the 500-yard and 200-yard relays
and countless others. And he's going
out for the 1940 Olympics, he says,
"if I live that long."
Biggest Swim Thrill
His biggest swimming thrill came
when at the age of 16 he beat Don
Golding in the 500-yard free-style at
the Detroit Athletic Club-the first
time he ever beat anyone in a big
race.. Johnny Macionis is the man he
enjoys swimmingaagainst the most, he
says. And he's looking forward to the
duel at New Haven next year which
will really be a "duel" for the two, as
he and Johnny have defeated each
other seven times-Haynie claiming

the victory for the last seven meets are to practically everything else.
-and the meet'll decide "the win- At the mention of food, he claimed
nah." that he liked everything but Mince
His swimming career is strangely pie and took on a dreamy look at the
like that of Ray Walters, former title- mention of chocolate eclairs, admit-
holder of the intercollegiate swim- ting after much persuasion that his
ming crown. Neither started swim- present record was five, although he'd
ming until sometime in their 'teens recently done away with some 17
but once they began, both walked off sausages in one sitting.
with titles galore. His one rescue came when he fished
Born In Minnesota someone out of the bottom of Straw-
Born next door to Patty Berg in berry Lake and he doesn't remember
Minneapolis, the "champ - to - be" ever having had any narrow escapes
moved to South Dakota where he himself.
lived on a farm where he claimes
you had to row to school during the
twice a year it rained. From there he
went to Dowes, Ia.,' where he pitches
hay for excitement. And the fol
lowing year, Detroit's Northwesterr
High School called him "Champ.
The Massamutten Military Academy
in Woodstock, Va., claimed him nex
before he decided to make MichigaW
his '"alma mater."
Walter Spence is the swimmin(
personality he admires most, al
though Johnny Weissmuller has th'
greatest swimming ability at present
in his estimation. And he think
there's a big chance for women ir
the swimming game when they star'
taking their minds off the winning
angle and swim for the fun of it
Of course, he stated, this is just foi
the majority of cases as there are
certainly exceptions to this as there
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