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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY 14,1937

Annual Inter-Fraternity Golf Matches

Will Be Played Today

Hoyt Confident As Team Leaves
To Meet Weak Illinois Squad,
Stoller, Grieve To Renew meet strength is Southern California
and judging from comparative per-
Old Feid In Dash; Illinian formances against the University of
Gloomy Over Victory I California, we could beat them."
This from Charlie who has made no
By ROY HEATH such an admission since anyone can
"America's greatest dual meet track remember and hasn't felt like a meet
team," namely Coach Charlie Hoyt's was "in the bag" since his Varsity
Wolverines, will leave this afternoon took on the freshman second team
for Urbana, Ill., there to indulge in several years ago, serves to give some
idea of why Illinois is preparing to
their last dual meet warm-up before satisfy themselves with a 50 point
the Big Ten outdoor championships "moral victory."
next week. Stoller Races Grieve
In the role of final sparring. partner The feature event of Saturday's
for the steamrolling Hoytmen will be meet will be the renewal of the sprint
a frankly pessimistic Illini team whodual between Michigan's Singin' Sam
is at this moment consoling itself Stoller and Bob Grieve, stocky Illinois
itththhe mimnhoenittbse sprint flash. Grieve has robbed Stol-
with the rather slim hope that by ler of two Big Ten 60-yard dash titles
really puttig itself to it it may be but Stoller has always come back
able to garner a total of 50 points,at in the season to trim his I -
thereby gaining what they please to lini rival at either the indoor event
or the century later in the season. i
Hoyt Is Enthused Coach Hoyt named the following 23I
Contrasting sharply with the glum man squad for the Illinois invasion:i
Illini outlook, is the glad word which Bob Osgood, Sam Stoller, Al Smith,I
comes from the Wolverine camp as Fred Stiles, Stan Birleson, Chuck Mil-
-Coach Charlie Hoyt, for one of the ler, Harvey Clarke, Ben Starr, How-
few times in his long career of turn- ard Davidson, Harold Davidson, Clay-
ing out winners, opened up and ad- ton Brelsford, Ed DeVine, Bill Staehle,
mitted that he had one of the best if Neree Alix, Harry O'Connell, Steve
not the tops. Mason, Dave Hunn, Jim Kingsley, Bill
"The only team in the country Morgan, John Townsend, Bill Wat-
which can compare with ours in dual son, Fred Martin, Tex Stanton.

Defending Champion

100 Fraternity Box
Men To Meet chigan
( Peckinpaugh, s
In 25 Matches hEe b .....
Beebe,c .... . .
Uricek, 3b. .......
Moriarity Again To Lead remer, of.....
. ~ , mick,l b .....,
Title Holding Phi Ps is; Campbell, rf ..., .
25 Houses Entered Heyliger 1i'
..Smith, p.

Score

AB R
4'I
.30
4 0
4 1
3 1
4 0
4 0
.30
1 0
10
.20

H
1
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
1

Tomorrow afternoon at the Univer-
sity Golf Course the second annual
Inter-Fraternity Golf Tournament
will be played. This tournament,
which was so successful last year,
will draw over 100 men from 25 com-
peting fraternities.
The meet is scheduled to startl
promptly at 2 p.m. and foursomes
are to be started at four minute in-
tervals. The total score of the four-
man team will be used in deciding
the winner.
Coach-Emeritus Thomas C. True-
blood, one of the leading figures in
collegiate golfing circles, will officiate

Gee. p..........

Rookie Pitches Tigers
To 4-0 Win Over Sox
DETROIT, May 13.-,P)-George
Gill, recruit right-hander making
his first major league start, pitched
Detroit's first shutout of the sea-
son today, beating the Boston Red
Sox 4 to 0 with a five-hit performance.'
It was the Tigers' first victory inj
five games, and permitted them to
ldisplace Boston in third place.
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Totals ............33
Indiana AB
Thompson, 2b ...........5
Gwin, cf ................4
Grieger, c ..............4
Hoison, rf .............3
Fichok, rf ..............1
Clark, lb ...............5
Andres, 3b ..............2
Hosler, p ..............3
Beeker, lf..........4 0
Abernathy, ss ...........4

3
R
0
2
2
1
0
2
2
1
0
0

6
H
1
1
2
1
0
2
1
2
1
2
12

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Totals

............35 10

27

at the match. Michigan .....111000 000- 3 6 1
Schedule: Indiana .....403 201 100-10 12 2
Phi Kappa Psi: Moriarity, 2:12; xx batted for Heyliger in the 9th.
Schwartze, 2:04; Strickland, 2:16; Errors: Smick, Thompson, Aber-
Sankey, 2:20. nathy. Two base hits: Uricek, Ab-
PhiAlpa Kppa Pwlmn, :00 ernathy. Three base hits: Clark,
Phi Alpha Kappa: Pawlman, 2:00; Ant.T eb uc uta
Flee, 2:05; Flaugh, 2:16, Van Noorad, Smith, 4oye 5,SbycosterB2
2:20. Smith, 4, by Gee 5, by Hosler 2.
Bases on balls, by Smith, 4, by Hosler
,er:itage: Meacham, 2::00; Maik 1, Sacrifice hits: Lisagor, Smith Gwin.
am, 2:04: Murray, 2:16; Baldwin, Hits off Smith 9 in 3 1/3 innings.
2:20.
Sigma Chi: Bulkley, 2:00; Kosper, Norbom, 3:00; Smith, 2:52; Lahr
2:04; Collins, 2:16; Kinkley, 3:00. o 3 ;, ;

Bush Lamb, defending javelin
champion and also a good hurdler,
is an Iowa luminary in the Big
Ten track meet.

IIi _________________ - __________

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A Few Suggestions in the Field of Music --

Theta Xi: Christianson, 2:00; Burt
2:08; Abbott, 2:24; Norman, 2:20.
Phi Sigma Kappa: Chadwick, 2:12;
Almbdale, 2:08; Moore, 2:24; Camp-
bell, 2:28.
Lambda Chi Alpha: McKinley,
2:12; McKiven, 2:08: Maranick, 2:24;
Forbes, 2:28.
Alpha Tau Omega: Sprogell, 2:12;

2:56
Sigma Alpha Mu: Robinson, 2:48:
Stein, 2:52; Block, 2:56; Gass, 3:00.
Phi Gamma Delta: Reiss, 3:04;
Henderson, 3:08; Rinek, 3:12; Mor-
ris, 3:16.
Theta Chi: Graham, 3:04; Grazes,
3:08; Stevens, 3:12; Howell, 3:16.
Alpha Kappa Lambda: Evans, 3:04;
Haskins 3:08; Wheeler 3:12; Dean

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BEKKER - The Changing Opera ..................
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O'CONNELL - The Victor Book of the Symphony ..
MELITZ - The Opera Goer's Complete Guide .......
NEWMAN - Stories of the Great Operas .............
BEKKER - The Story of the Orchestra ........:... .
HAGGIN - A Book of the Symphony. ..............
BASCH - Schumann - A Life of Suffering ..........

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Babriel, 2:08; Wagelin, 2:24; Lynner, 3:16.
2:28. Chi Phi: Forcey, 3:36; Pepper,
Sigma Nu: Killins, 2:32; Bates, Bechpel, 3:44; Canning, 3:48.
2:36; Adams, 2:40: Stewart, 2:28. Delta Kappa, Epsilon: Collins,
Beta Theta Pi: Griffin 2:32; Fer- Everhardus, 3:24; Davidson,
ries; 2:36; Glidden, 2:40; Derby, 2:44. Briggs, 3:32.
Psi Upsilon: Evans 2:32; Schaverg,1 Trigon: Corkin, 3:20; Slater,
2:36; McPherson, 2:40; Palmer, 2:44. Innes, 3:28; Athay, 3:32.
Alpha Delta Phi: Tussing, 2:32; Chi Psi: Palmer, 3:36; Isgrigg.
Cole, 2:36; Kleene, 2:40; Glidden, Cole, 3:44; Platt, 3:48.
2:44. Theta Delta Chi: Garrels,
Zeta Psi: Jones, 2:48; Gardner, Thompson,. 3:24; Novak, 3:24;
2:52; Johnson, 2:56; Quarels, 2:44. merman, 3:32.
Acacia: Dunlap, 2:48; Snow, 2:52; - Phi Sigma Delta: Kadett,
Graham, 2:56; Werry, 3:00. Rosenberg, 3:40; Goldman,
Phi Kappa Sigma: Clap, 2:48; Siegleman, 3:48.

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