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SUNDAY, MARCH 20, 1938






- AS I D E- Wolveri
Balance Again
Comes 'Crisler Night'
LIKE THE ROADS that led to
Rome, all campus trails will con-
verge at Hill Auditorium tomorrow Watson Shatters Shot Put
night when Michigan's new football Record; Michigan Cops
coaching staff is introduced to the Two Mile Relay First
student body. It's "Crisler Night,"
dressed up like a county fair, with (Continued from Page 1
speechmaking, martial airs and con-
tests. There's one thing about these Watson led individual scorers with
test. Tere' on thig aout hes added second in the broad jump
get-togethers that Cleaves a distinct and third in the 60 yard dash and
tingle, and that's the spectacle ofte the
Varsity, band marching 'down the with Gedeon's third in the low
aisles of the huge hall playing "The hurdles. Stan Kelley's close third in
Victors." It even grips the so-what the high and a tie for second in the
lads, who scoff at the slightest mani- pole vault by Jim Kingsley gave
festation of the rah-rah spirit just Michigan additional points.{
as they would laugh down-while The college division title went to
succumbing to-the subtle propagan- Butler.
da of a band blaring forth "Stars and SUMMARIES:I
Stripes Forever" to drum up recruits Two-Mile University Relay-Won
for a bit of overseas exercise. by Michigan (Jester, Buchanan, Ho-
gan, Davidson); second, Ohio State;
HeadCoah Crsle andall third, Indiana; Fourth, Notre Dame.
of his assistants-Earl Martin- Time 7 minutes, 46.4 seconds.
eau, Campbell Dickson and Clar- 60-Yard Low Hurdles-Won by Le-
ence Munn-will speak, and from men, Purdue; second, Woodstra,
a press session with the polished Michigan State; third, Gedeon, Mich-i
Crisler, it is our guess that he igan; fourth, Spriner, Michigan
will score a direct hit with the -7
assembled students. It is a sin- Shot Put-Won by Watson, Mich-
cere hope, though, that he doesn't igan, 51 feet, 2, inches; second,
whip them into such a frenzy of Bazyk, Pittsburgh; third, Beinor,
enthusiasm that they'll storm Notre Dame; fourth, Schroeder,Kan-
the local theatres for a free show sas State Teachers College of Pitts-
and precipitate another riot. burgh.
Maybe the fear is entirely un- 60-Yard Dash - Won by Greer,J
founded because the recent Michigan State; second, Bryant,
brand of canned make-believe Western State; third, Watson, Mich-
visited upon local burghers is igan; fourth, Clifford, Notre Dame.
sufficient discouragement to any Time 6.3 seconds.
riotous group hankering for a University Medley Relay-Won by
Scotch cinema treat. Indiana (Trutt, Miller, Deckard, and*
Theconestaspctof he venngSmith); second, Michigan; third,
The contest aspect of the evening otre Dame; fourth, Michigan State.
will be provided by Sigma Delta Chi, Time 10 minutes, 16.8 seconds.
honorary journalism society, which High Jump - Won by Albritton
has produced a book of vignettes of Ohio State, 6 feet, 6 inches; second,
each of the new coaches. For a Burke, Marquette; third, Bennett,
eachof he nw cache. Fr aPittsburgh.
dime, you get a snappy word-picture Broad Jump-Won by Oh, Pitts-
of them and the opportunity to win burgh, 23 feet, 10 inches; second,
a football autographed by the four- Watson, Michigan; third, Shurilla,
some, along with Director Yost and Marquette.
Capt. Fred Janke, or two ducats to 60-Yard High Hurdles - Won by
the Michigan-Michigan State game 60-YardihiganuStaescondy
next fall. To assure its customers Wo
that only right guys will win the
prizes, the group has asked this dis-
criminate department to pick the F i n
lucky numbers. Of course, Coach
Yost was asked first, and when he
advised that he wouldn't be present,Sextet
the society decided whatthehell can Aseas S exeedorterics
it lose and solicited our services. _____
* 2
Now that finis has definitely been
Oosterbaan Takcs Over written on the 1937-38 hockey season
a retrospective glance at what the
B NiE O aseBAAN duti- team accomplished in the way ofI
assumed his duties as titles, scoring, individualthonors and,
the new head basketball coach results seems in order.
when he went to Grand Rapids
over the week-end to watch the Coach Eddie Lowrey's sextet came
state cage finals. Those tourna-'through one of the team's toughest
ments cradle many potential years with one of its best averages
stars and are usually a mecca for ever, a record of 13 wins out of 19
neighboring coaches, who can't starts. Chalked up against some of
afford to miss painting cut ad- Ontario's best puck clubs and Min-
aford of their particular in- nesota and Michigan Tech this makes
vantages o hi atcla n hIeod hmdbeoe
stitution to a likely looking pros-
pect. Bennie's confidential, like- It again tied for the Big Ten crownI
able manner will appeal to most with Minnesota and repeated in cap-
youths .who are doubtful of the turing the Michigan state title by
colors for which they'd like to do' defeating Michigan Tech three out
orof four.
k . Gib James again topped the squad
Memo to Michiganensian editors: in scoring with a total of 40 points.
meowyouMhanentedicnhian's:Last yearhe set a new high scoring
Somehow you neglected Michigan's record for the Michigan team with
hockey team . . . Disbanding today, 46 markers in 18 games, an average
the current Wolverine sextet hasn'tf og 2.55 per game. This year's is

had its picture taken by your photog- plenty high and his average comes to
raphrs . t mst e a ovrsiht.2.10 per tilt, somewhat below that of
raphers .. . It must be an oversight.ast years.
Do bats make the difference ? ? ? Gib'sthree-year scoring mrk,how-
When George Sisler played for ever, falls just eight points below the
Michigan 'way back when, he broke intercollegiate record set by former
his bat on a trip and was forced to Captain Vic Heyliger. Heyliger gained
shop at a strange drugstore for a the height here with 116 and James'
willow . . . With the cheap mace, he mark for his three Varsity seasons
slapped out two home runs . . . Steve came to 108.
Uricek, Varsity infielder last season, Also this year, the squad saw some-
has been variously reported at sev- thing of a record broken in the num-
eral training camps this spring . . . ber of players it had on the team.
N'ow a report reaches here that he The complete roster listed 12 names
plans matrimony in the near future, although only 11 were ever in uni-
Jim Kidston, baseball mgr. in i form at any one time. This tops
1936, now engaged in the Chicago previous season lists-by five men in
grain market, visited baseball prac- one case.
tce yesterday .visitCould Jim's pres- The team scoring mark fell short of
ence perchance portend something. the record set by last year's aggrega-
.. He was manager during a cham- tion. Its 70 goals and 56 assists, to-
pionship year . . . tailing 126, did not equal the 76 goals


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Joe the popcorn man is gargling
daily. The groundkeepers are clean-
ing their manicuring sees. Radio an-
nouncers reread their Joe Miller in
preparation for the inevitable broad-
casting lull. And why? It's the ap-
proach of America's substitute for
mfild insanity-baseball's 1938 debut
with all of its thrills, chills, glory,
and heartaches.
Correspondents have long since
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fills up third base gap. Gee Walker
a real star. Joe Kuhel acquisition
weakens offense, aids defense. Luke
Sewell's 37 years won't aid his catch-
ing stamina. Pitching good-Lyons,
Stratton, Lee, Cain, Whitehead,
Brown, Dietrich and Rigney
INDIANS - Perennial favorites,
ability in abunaance, but club still
needs straightening out. Inveterate
road flop. New manager Vitt insti-
tuting changes in batting order,
among them the moving up of ine-
briate RAll Hemslev to senond s ot

Indiana Frosli
Beat Michigan
In Track Meet
Leutritz Breaks Yearling
Record As Wolverines
Lose Telegraphic Dual
Sweeping three events and taking
firsts in five others the vaunted In-
diana freshman track team was le-
turned victors over the Wolverines
yearlings yesterday in their tele-
graphic meet 63 1/3-40 2/3.

Class A. Kalamazoo Central 29, LAKELAND, Fla., March 19.--(P)-
Saginaw Arthur Hill 27. The comeback of Lynwood (School-
Class B, Grand Rapids Christian, boy) Rowe continued to meet with au-
25, Flint St. Michael's 12. spicious success as the Detroit Tig-
Class C, Kaianazoo St. Augustine ers went through an intrasquad game
27, Charlevoix 23. today. Rowe allowed but two hits
Class D, Brooklyn 24, Michigan Lu- and an unearned run as he worked
theran Sem. (Saginaw) 14. three innings for the ,'Bing Millers"

Don't Be a Hoarder..

e eams o copy oow daily. yyP However, despite the setback, there
Briefly, here's some assorted jottings BOSTON: Harvesting their new were several bright spots on the Mich-
on what the scribes have to say and rookie crop after disastrous buying igan side of the ledger as Jack Leut-
how the experts pick them for 1938 wave. Infield strong. Veteran hurlers igan Jeff Hall, and Don Canham
in the American League. Grove, Marcum, Ostermuller and Wil- ritz, efhrogianonCoham
YANKEES--Two to five in Jack son. Acquisition of Joe Vosmik helps.
T~titKEESTwo o fie inJackformances for the Dohertymen.
Doyle's book. Some outfit (but ag-1 WASHINGTON-Shy new talent. Hall Still Undefeatedn I
ing) aslast year's powerhouse. Tony Bonura adds needed power. Only re- Leutritz set a new freshman record
Lazzeri has left, but Joe "Flash' Gor- liable catcher is Rick Ferrell. Out- in the 440, and was the first yearling
don rated high. Same infield other- field mediocre, pitching just fair al- aspirant this yeartog break two mm-
wise with Gehrig, Crossetti, and Rolfe. though Wes Ferrell should do better utes in they880.But hewas forced,
Dickey will .catch over 100 games than 14 games this year. however, to content himself with a
barring injuries. Outfield same-Sel- ATHLETICS: The rookie training 'second place in each event. The big
kirk, DiMaggio, Powell, Hoag, and school. New talent in abundance Saginaw athlete's record-breaking
Henrich. but of questionable quality. Tw otime for the quarter was 51.5 which'--
!TIGERS--Second last year without , rookies, Eugene Hasson and Stan shaded the old mark by one-tenth'-
full time services of Cochrane, Rowe, Sperry fighting for infield jobs. Out- of a second. Stan Birleson, who held
and Bridges. Latter two must be in field good with Moses, Johnson, and theold
top shape to make this club .a title Babe Barna, ex-West Virginia gridder er o record, was the official tim
winner. Rest of pitching powerful and a slugger. Hall
with Auker, Poffenberger, Lawson, BROWNS - Relying on former record in the 65 yard high hurdles,
Wade and newly acquired Vernon major league talent in Vito Tamulis, fandrturned in his best time of the
Kennedy. Jim Weaver, Les Tietje, year by winning the race in :085
WHITE SOX: Ex-Detroiter Owen only one tenth of a second above the
Saiin record which is shared by Bob Os-
Gedeon, Michigan; third, Kelley, 'Barton Hills Club Saii grod and yBs
Michigan; four h, Gutting, Purdue. 9 goodand Stan Kelley.
Mihiga; feourh. GExhibition Well Attended I Canham Clears Heights
Time 7.4 seconds. ____ Canham won the high jump by a
Four-Mile 'Relay--Won by {Indiana More than 110 students and faculty margin of five inches over his near-
(Applegate, Deckard, Trutt, Smith); !members attended an exhibition of est Hoosier competitor as he clearrd
second, Ohio State; third, Michigan; !sailing given by the newly formed the bar at 6 feet, 21/2 inches, his best
fourth, Notre Dame. Time 17 min- Michigan Sailing club yesterday af- mark of the year. The lanky fresh-
utes,.36.8 seconds. ternoon at the Barton Hills Yacht man also added a second in the high
'University Mile Relay -- Won by BClub. hhurdles to take high point honors
Pittsburgh (Ohl, Ferrara, McKee, As the club plans to purchase sev- for Michigan.p
Woodruff); second, Ohio State; third, eral boats in the near future, demon- Indiana showed a gzeat competitor
Indiana; fourth, Michigan. Time 3 strations were given and David in Cochran, winner of the 60-yard
minutes, 21.4 seconds. Roach, '38E, commodore, discussed i dash, the 65-yard low hurdles, the
Pole Vault-Won -by Gibbs, Notre future plans for the organization. 440, and the broad jump. He and
Dame, 13 feet, 6 inches; tied for sec- An invitation to participate in an Hedge, who won the half mile and
ond, third and fourth, Habrle of Intercollegiate Sailing and Racing the mile for the Hoosiers, contribut-
Michigan State, Langton' of Notre meet this spring has been extended ed nearly half the points to that
Dame, Shoemaker of Indiana, King- the club by the Sailing Club at Mass- ! team's total.
sley of Michigan, 13 feet, 3 inches. achusetts' Institute of Technology. Indiana took, all three places in the
160 yard dash, the mile, and the two
mile runs, but Bob Hook prevented
ally Get Their C ancea Hoosier sweep in the shot put by
~lly GetThei Ch ncelanding a second place, while Og-
den's 11 feet three inches was good
Posts Its Season's Record nough for a Michigan first in the
The one mile relay was won by the
Wolverines in 3:31.9. The relay team
Iwas also undefeated in three, meets.
and 55 assists of the '36-'37 outfit. Michigan 1; Western Ontario 2. _nd n he es.
Besides the individual play of Gib Michigan 3'; Minnesota 4.
James, the work of Ed "Smack" Al- Michigan 5; Minnesota 3. ----
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ien, wno did not perform in the last
four frays due to a skull injury, de-
serves considerable merit. In fact his
scoring average per game tops that of
Gib, 36 points in 15 games for 2.4
goals per game.
Burt Smith, playing his third year
on the Varsity blue line took the cake
when it came to minutes spent in the
penalty box. His total time amounted

Michigan 2; Michigan Tech 1.
Michigan 2; Michigan Tech 6.
Michigan 2; Toronto 3.
Michigan 6; Paris 3.
Michigan 8; Illinois 1.



to 31 minutes, enough to play
half a game.



The Season's summaries:
Michigan 3; Western Ontario 0.
Michigan 2; London 3.
Michigan 2; Brantford 1.
Michigan 5; McMaster U. 0.
Michigan 5; Michigan Tech 2.
~Michigan 7; Michigan Tech 1.
Michigan 1; Minnesota 2.
Michigan 2; Minnesota 1.
Michigan 6; Sarnia 3.
Michigan 5; Ontario Ag. Col. 3.
Michigan 3; Paris 2.

G. James
Allen ....
Fabello ..
Cooke ...
Hillberg . .
Doran ...
E. Chase .
B. Chase
Smith ...
Simpson .
E. James .
Totals .

Ga. Go.
.19 22
.15 23
.19 12
.10 7
.19 2
.19 3
.11 1
.19 0
1 0
.19 0
.19 0
.19 0


Pts. P.
40 24
36 22
26 2
11 0
5 8
4 0
3 4
1 2
0 0
0 31
0 22
0 5
126 120

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There will be new look and style to your
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the same as the foremost hat manufac-
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Chicken Gumbo Soup
Sizzling Porterhouse Steak
Sizzling Fancy Filet Mignon
Sizzling 1 lb. T-Bone Steak
Sizzling Regular Filet Mignon
Sizzling Top Sirloin Steak
Roast Young Tom Turkey
Assorted Chop Grill
Large Beef Tenderloin
Regular T-Bone Steak
Grilled Ham Steak

or Chilled Tomato Juice
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Fried Scallops, Tarter Sauce
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef
Special Small T-Bone Steak
Grilled Pork Chops, Apple Sauce
Grilled Lamb Chops, Jelly
Grilled Veal Chops, Jelly
Fried Fresh Smelts
Fried Fillet of Sole
Breaded Veal Cutlets

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for Spring. . . and Easter.



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