sDAY, MARCH z2, 1938 TillE MIC H IG A N D A LY
To Start Tonight
The world series of hockey, the
Stanley Cup playoffs, start tonight
and the puck game will, for the pe-
riod of about two weeks, recapture the
place in the sun which it has been
forced to relinquish to baseball of
The outstanding team of the year
was the Boston Bruins who monopol-
ized honors in the'American division
of the N.H.L., winning streaks of
seven and nine games building up
their margin. The Bruins are fol-
lowed in the standings by the New
York Rangers and Chicago Black-
hawks, who beat out last r year's
champs, the Detroit Red Wings, for
the third playoff spot.
The International division teams
in the series will be the Toronto
Maple Leafs, with high scorers Syll
Apps and Gordon Drillon, the NewI
York Americans, and the Montreal
Gib James, Spike James, I
And Allee Chosen
Three Michigan men were selected
on the Mid-West All-Star College
Hockey Team as chosen by coaches
Larry Armstrong of the University of
Minnesota, Eddie Lowrey of the Uni-
versity of Michigan, and Joe Savini
of Michigan Tech. They are Eldon
"Spike" James in goal, Gib James at
wving, and Edwin "Smack" Allen at
center. This All-Star team, spon-
sored by the Mining Gazette Com-
pany of Houghton, Michigan, also
placed three Minnesota players: John
Mariucci and Dick Kroll on defense
and Ray Wallace at wing.
Each member of the All Star team'
will be presented with individual cop-
per awards by the Mining Gazette
Company. On a second team chosen,
Burt Smith was placed at defense and
Johnny Fabello at wing.
THE ALL-STAR TEAMS
Siegel Wins Ticket
To See Siegel Play
The Michigan football team has
Ae1 already scored once to start off the
At the Crisler Night Rally held in
Smith, Dobson, Fishman. Hill Auditorium yesterday, Don
Pitch Regulars To Wil Siegel, star Varsity tackle and re-
cent winner of the state amateur
In Outdoor Practice heavyweight boxing crown, came for-
ward to win the two tickets to the
was let out ofishe' confisa ofthe Michigan State game next fall as the
was let out of the confines of thedb owner of a lucky program. Athleticj
Field House yesterday and celebrated Director Fielding H Yost who called
the occasion with a full nine inning the numbers looked at him sus-
game on the Ferry Field diamond. piciously but as Don could produce
The squad, glad to get into the the program with the lucky number,
open for the first time, pranced about the tickets were his.
on the turf like a highly spirited flock Helen Bak was the winner of the
of young colts and put in a long after- football autographed by Head Coach
noon batting in an intra-squad game. Crisler, which was given as first
The two teams were picked with
regard to the experience of the play- prize
ers involved; one nine being composed
mostly of regulars from last yearSt rHdl s
and the other of rookies and reserves.
After trailing for six innings, the
"regulars" came through with one RlenQe Rivalry
rin in the seventh and three in the ew R v r
eighth to top the "rookies," 4-3. The D~O i *
"rookies" tallied tw ice in the thirdad onUgin n th s x h
an5d once again in the sixth. ____
Gedeon At First Bob Osgood, Elmer Gedeon, and
The "regulars" lined up as fol- Stan Kelley, three of the finest hurd-
lows: Forest Evashevski, catcher, El-es in Michigan track history, will
mer Gxedeon at first base, Pete Lisa- lr nMcia rc itrwl
run an exhibition high hurdles race
or at second, Don Brewer at short, in conjunction with the annual Ohio
Walt Peckinpaugh at third, Bob ineshltiidormtFda
Campbell, Merle Kremer and Fredinterscholastic idoor meet, Friday
Trosko in the outfield with Burt night in Cleveland.
Smith, Russ Dobson and Herman All three of the Wolverines hail
Fishman doing the pitching. from Cleveland, and all got their start
The "rookies" had Les Brauser in competitive track in this same
catching, Howard Greenberg at first, meet.
Bob Plasters at second, Mike Rod- , This will mark the first time that
nick at short, Paul. Nielson at third, the three have met in competition.
Joe Goldberg, Joe Paulus and Charley In Cleveland Gedeon attended West
Pink in the outfield with Ed Andro- High, while Osgood and Kelley, both
nik, Jack Barry and Chuck McHugh got their starts at Lakewood. How-
dividing the mound work. ever the latter two never ran against
Coach Fisher used frequent substi- each other since Osgood had com-
tttions especially in the "rookie" pleted his scholastic career before
nine. Earl Smith saw some service I Kelley began hurdling.
with the "regulars" at shortstop as Gedeon and Osgood had but one
lid Mike Rodnick in the outfield. Lou previous meeting, that five years ago
Levine played two innings at second at a state outdoor meet, and on that
and Joe Sawaski caught three frames occasion, Osgood, a high school sen-
for the "rookies." ior defeated Gedeon, then a sopho-
Kremer Leads Hitters more, breaking the state record for
The rookie outfit, although beaten m the stae reordgfor
the 120f Tardi distanc in fioinO so
-y IRVIN LISAGOR
Banquet Notes .
IF THE old romantic acdag
way to a man's heart ist
his stomach," is still holding
Michigan's new coaching qua
ready must admit an effectior
gard for the Maize and Blu
last evening, prior to the we
rally, Coach Crisler and C
with student leaders, Univers
thorities and local newspa
over a deliciously' appointed
'National Loop Shows Streingtih
Despite Deprecatory Reima
By BUD BENJAMIN DODGERS: New accpuisif
Tom--one of the meaner Meanys Dolph Camilli, Lippy Leo D
still in circulation-has the National and Kiki Cuyler, whose 38 yea
League blood pressure up. help him when July rolls arou
Mr. Meaney's "Saturday Evening another oldster in Heimie I
Post" squib advocating the relegation holding a regular job, and it
of the senior circuit to the minors as if Boily hasn't much taler
wIILI1UI 11or tgers
BRADENTON, Fla., March 2.--(/P)
ions il l-Long distance clouting-the kind
urocher of hitting that made them the scourge
xs won't of the Ameriean ,:ague in the pen-
end. Add iiaut winning days of 1934 and 1935
MIanush *'gave the Detroit Tigers a 4 to 3
it seems victory over the venerable Boston
nt here. Bees in an exhibition game here to-
has created a furore. The Gas House
Gang is muttering about a lynching.
"Bellicose Boily" Grimes, the temper-
ate Brooklynite, cried in wrath:!
"zooks, that was a gosh darn thing
for that fellow to say." Bill Terry's
faith in sports writers is beginning
to weaken. It's a tough situation.
Yet the players haven't gone on
strike for defamation of character.
News from the training camps is
abundp.nt. A cursory glance, and a
Van Mungo of course will win con- day.
sistently, but the team lacks hurling It was Detroit's second straight win
strength. Rookies Cohen, Haas, MaTr- in the "grapefruit League" and the
row, and Parks may provide. credit must go to Henry Greenberg,
PIHILLIES: Even the new blood Rudolph Preston York and Roy Cul-
won't help this club much. Earle leibmine, who belted out triples, and
Browne or Gene Corbett will replace ,JO-JO White, who smacked a double.
Camilli whose power will be missed. Dctroit got but eight hits off Danny
Rookie George Scharein will be at MacFayden and Lou Fette, Boston's
second, Leo Norris at short, Del aging hurlers. The Bees got seven
Young at third. Mediocre pitching by blows off the Tiger moundsmen.
Hallahan, Johnson, Kelleher, Miui- George Coffian, who started, did
ahy, Passeau and Walters. not allow a blow in three frames.
that did Stanley Waltz and Union'
officials proud. just as cursory appraisal providesi
Of such toothsome de1!ght was the I the foltowing:
food that Coach Crisler found it hard| Cubs Classy
to cut the piece de resistance, a white- CUBS: If this bunch is in first
frosted cake of nutted content that place Sept. 1, they'd better take a
was decorated with a horseshoe. The good hitch in their belts and keep
new head coach was particularly re- plugging. Look like the class of the
luctant about destroying the equine league but two previous tail end
omen, although no one felt any[slumps cause conjecture. Same ball
qualms about devouring the tasty club-same pitching-plus the fol-
Sdesign. lowing new blood: pitchers Epperly,
Higbie, Kimball, Logan; catcher Gar-
Earl (Marty) Martineau, the bark, Tony Lazzeri, the brainy ex-
backfield coach, confessed be- Yaikee; sand outfielders Asbell and
tween bites that this infectious Triplett. Pitching strong, defense
weather makes it hard to fore- good. Overdue favorites.
stall spring practice until next GIANT.S: Ho-hum, says Mr. Meany,
Monday. And unless he changed but don't sell this team short. Class
his mind overnight, Marty will >pitching by Hubbell, Melton, Schu-
be in the vicinity of Ferry Field
today, prancing about with the
few gridders who have already
taken the pigskin out of the
storeroom. "I want to get into
shape," he declared, as he cut off
a hunk of cake and neatly did
away with it.
N V 1Al N, a A Nrx ,.a vx , + v
macher, Castleman and Gumbert.
Slugging by Ott, Moore, Leiber, Ber-
ger, and Ripple. New acquisitions-
Bill Lohrman, Micky Haslin, John
Meketi, Hy Vandenberg. Plus the
irresistible Mr. Terry-they're plenty
Look Out For Cards
I fAiTLTT~iC."ni fn n ifhrvn
Eldon James, Michig-an . .
Richard Kroll, Minnesota
John Mariucci, Minnesota .
Edwin Allen, Michi'an
Gib James, Michigan ......
Ray Wallace, Minnesota.
Earl Petrich, Minnesota .
Burt Smith, Michigan
Charles Alvord, Mich. Tech.
. . Goal
Frank St. Vincent, Minnesota .Center
Henry Pekkala, Mich. Tech,... .Wing
John Fabello, Michigan......Wing
Adameik Likes Adamick;
Moves To Make It Legal
DETROIT, March 21.-QP)--Just as
a matter of record, Jimmy Adamick,
the young Midland heavyweight box-
er, wants to be legally knownv as
He filed a petition in probate court
today asking that his right names of
James John Adamick be changed to
the name he uses in the ring. He ex-
plains that he has been known as
Adamick for many years.
May 23 was set as the date for hear-
ing on the petition by Probate Judge
Joseph A. Murphy.
At All Dealers
J. J. OKANE, Dist. Dial 3500
in the final count, chalked up six hits
to four for the "regulars." Several
of the hits were strictly of the scratch
variety however. "Butch" Kremer
led the hitters with a double and
single while Mike Rodnick and Char-
ley Pink followed close behind with
two singles apiece.
Burt Smith, who started on the
mound for the "regulars, had the
opposing batsmen well in hand until
the third inning when his control
faltered somewhat and he allowed
two' runs to score. He had seven
strikeouts to his credit however in the
three innings that he worked. The
other rookie run was off Dobson. Both
Dobson and Smith along with Fish-
man looked good on the mound butj
the hitting of the "rookies" was bet-
For the reserves, the pitching was
also first rate for the first game of
the training season. Andronik and
Barry had little trouble keeping the
regular bats silent and McHugh, al-
though scored upon, turned in a cred-
The lineups were by no means indi-
cative of what will come as far as
the Varsity regulars are concerned.
Both Danny Smick, star first sacker
and pitcher, and Leo Beebe, last
year's dependable backstop were
missing from the workout due to
n flernoon classes.
St. Louis (NL) 13, Brooklyn (NL)
Pittsburgh (NL) 13, Chicago (NL)
U1C1Vyd1 Ud1c11 1g bu
Two years later, Gedeon pushed to
the finish by Kelley, succeeded in
breaking this record.
As another feature of this meet,
Glen Cunningham, king of the milers,
will match strides with George Arnold
of Cleveland, former Ohio State
middle distance star in an exhibition
Many of the country's foremost
track stars got their starts in this
annual meet Besides the hurdling
trio, Jesse Owens, Dave Albritton, Ed
Burke, as well as Wes Allen, Michi-
gan's sophomore jumper got their
first taste of fame while competing
Deadline For Ping Pong,
Billiard rlourney Nears
The closing date for entries in
Michigan's annual spring ping pong
and billiard tournaments is Tuesday,
March 22, Mr. Earl Fingerle, man-
ager of the Union Billiard Room, an-
There will be four tournaments:
Straight Rail Billiards, 3-Cushion
Billiards, Pocket Billiards, and Ping
Pong. ,Prizes will be a cup or a cue
for the billiard winners, and a cup
for the ping pong champ.
Goose Goslin and Alvin Crowder
are among the few players wsho have,
been in World Series two consecu-'
tive seasons but with two different
While his wife and baby are in C \U1I01 'a'k1 O!
Petoskey, Martineau plans to stay at two. Plenty of power--Medwic/..
the Crisler home until summer, when Mize, and Enos Slaughter, American
he will find a home here for the Association batting star. Pitching by
family. Dizzy Dean, Warneke, and--that's the
Glad to get back to the Middle big quetion for this club. If Paul
West? Dean comes back, if youngsters Max
"I sure am," he replied with en- Macon, Bill McGee, or Mort Cooper
thusiasm. "Michigan's just like home come through, or if veterans Roy
to me You know we've spent most Henshaw, Guy Bush, Ray Benge, Si
of our recent summers up in northern Johnson, or Bob Weiland click-look
Michigan. It's great country." out!
Clarence Munn, the big line coach REDS: A new manager in wily Bill
who was the butt of a pretty good McKehnie, plenty of talent, and long
quip at the pep meeting seemed overdue-a good outside bet. Rookie
slightly concerned at the dinner about Frank McCormick pushing Baxter
a late train which he was catching Jordan for first base job. Other new
for Syracuse. The Munns have al- faces, Harry Craft and Dusty Cooke,
ready rented a home here, but won't a comeback seeker, in outfield along
be able to move in until Monday. with Ival Goodman. Myers at short,
Riggs or English at third, and either
Kampouris or Frey at second. Pitch-
Recognized as a smooth salesman, ing by Derringer, Grissom, Davis,
Crisler further enhanced his reputa- Schott, Moore and Hollingsworth.
tion as such with his masterful speech Watch 'em!
at the rally. He "sold" himself to Bees' Youngsters Back
the students just as he nas to Michi- PIRATES: The two Waners, Gus
gan alumni he has been in contact Suhr, Red Lucas and Bill Swift aren't
with since accepting the Wolverine getting any younger, but replace-
position. Properly serious, his talk ments are adequate. Pitching just
contained just enough levity to sug- fair with Cy Blanton heading staff.
gest the "good-fellow" aspect. And Johnny Rizzo and Johnny Dickshot
when he boomed out that Michigan are two good outfielders, Truett Se-
would have "a fighting team," it rang well, of the famous family, may help
through the auditorium with un- the pitchers, but there's too many ifs.
mistakable sincereity. about this club Slugging by Vaughan
Fred Janke DID extract from and P. Waner big hope.
Jack Thom, Union Prexy and BEES: Those two 30-year old
promoter of last night's rally, youngsters, Jim Turner and Lou
a promise that he wouldn't be ; Fette-both 20 game winners last
called upon to speak. But the ! year are back. Veteran hurlers--Mc-
Wolverine captain-elect failed to Fayden, Shoffner, Gabler and Reis
re(ckon with the denianding Watch John Lanning, a big right-
crowd. 1 or an impromptu talk, bander. Continued Fette-Turner
Fred's was commendable, espe- 1(success along with pitching aid by
cially since he was muttering others might mean trouble for top
render-breath what ie planned to I teams,
do to Thorn after the meeting. I .- -- - -
'When the crowd exhorted Munn
to take them off, and he graciously
obliged, some wag in the audience
shouted: "Take off those shoulder
pads, too!" The breadth of Munn's
shoulders, of course, provoked the
The All - Campus Swimming
meet, which was to have been held
last night at the I-M Pool, has
I been postponed until Monday,
March 28, at 7:30 p.m.
Topcoat Weather Brings
Out The Best That's in Us!
I lere They Are!
CAMEL HAIR TWEED
Ar VAN OVEN we emi phasize style
and quality, material and workman
shl, in ~ ery ttl-op(tu that. we wil
t A il ':;~~/" ..: i';[[i:?i;'::::,ri;'i},:ii iisr~ t?:" "°:,,
i F r
You c'an see these
qualities in- cad
;; rf d ou t A 0-oun ohe 'tke
ry t 11_j
tot 10 Lrk$'