100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

April 07, 1938 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1938-04-07

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.


THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1988 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FA(

s +r j

*ASIDE

Diamond Squad Of 16 Heads Southward Tomorrow

- LyiRVIN LISA GOR
Add A Laugh ...
N KEEPING with our laugh-and-
thrill department, here's an inci-

Team To Meet
Ohio Wesleyan
In First Game

These 'Rookies' Are Chosen For Trip

Mermen Seek
National AAU

Texan Sets New Hurdle Record
Of 13.9; Hmn - - It Can't He True

dent which drew quite a chuckle from Fishman Nand To Start
Roger .Peckinpaugh while he wasi On Hill Against Bishops;
managing the Cleveland Indians. It.
seems that some of the ball players S ick May Fiisl -
would sneak down the dugout r'jn- Sixteen basebah players were select-1
way between innings for a few quick ed yesterday by Coach Ray Fisher to1
drags of a ciggie. One day Charlie represent Michigan's touring nine in
Jamieson, Tribe outfielder who was their eight game invasion of the;
always hoaxing his teammates, de- !South. The first game against Ohio
cided to rib Bob "Suitcase" Seeds. Wesleyan is scheduled for tomorrow
Seeds was enjoying a smoke, and al- at Delaware, O.
though the side hadn't yet been re- Fisher and the team will leave to-'
tired, Jamison yelled: "C'mon; Bob, morrow morning by auto for their
let's get out there!" initial tilt. From Delaware they will
travel to Morgantown, W.Va., where'
suied gp the runway ands they will meet West Virginia, Satur-
surried up the runway and in da.
three huge strides was out of the Tecrvntnmosono

r

Swim Crown By ROY HEATH to
Reports have reached this neck of
the woods via carrier pigeon to thea
S Man Squad I 4ded eect that a lean and lanky Texan
By Kirar And Havie by the name of Wolcott of Rice Insti-
tute negotiated the 120-yard high'
-Leaves For ("l lbum S ' hurdles in 13.9 seconds Saturday at
the Texas Relays in Austin.
Ten Michigan swimmers will depart t So that's the way things stand, I
this afternoon in quest of a chamI- eh. A tenth of a second off the world
pionship which has never been the record of 14 fiat established by Mich-
property of a college team-the Na- igan's equally long and lanky Bob
tional AAU crown. Headed for the Os dlastsng
campus of Ohio State University at Well, theyneedn't bother sending
Columbus, the scene of the festivities that kind of stuff up here. The peo-
scheduled for tomorrow and Saturday ple hereabouts know how to cope with
nights, are one senior, two juniors, new hurdle records of any kind. They
five sophomores and a pair of stal~ learned last year when Osgood clip-
wart feshimen- ped the barriers for his new world
The yearling mermen, Charles Bar- standard.
ker and Bill Beebe, will swim unat- To start things off there was prob-
ted, bt may prove instumental ably one of those tornadoes we have
in benefiting the Wolverine cause by been hearing about blowing. All he
defeating rival natators representing had to do was stand up on his marks
other contending colleges. and the wings of the wind would carry
Kirar Seeks Title him to fame.
Coach Matt Mann, making his an- Phoney Timers, No Doubt
nual expedition after the A.A.U. title Then there's the timers. Yeah, how
will lead a potent array of talent into about the timers? Rank incompe-
battle. He has entered his retiring tents no doubt. It doesn't make any
captain, Ed Kirar in the 100 free- difference if the clocking was done by
style, the medley relay and the 400- the Naval Observatory and Father
yard free-style relay. Wal1t Tomski Time himself. There must have been
is slated for century duty, and also a something phoney about it.
leg on the free-style relay. I Now for a page out of Mr. Jack
Sophomore Ed Hutchens will swim Abrahm's of the New York Herald-
the relay, and Tom Haynie, captain- 'Tribune, book. This will stop the
elect, will carry the Wolverine colors Texan's record talk. Did this up-

ocale. Somebody is always popping
up to cavil at their performances no
matter now good they are.
A man can set a new mile or a new
sprint record and receive the unre-
strained applause of the country's
fandom. If the condition's aren't
such as to allow a new record it is
recognized by one and all as a fine
performance just the same.
When Glen Cunningham r a n
through a paced mile in 4:4.4 a short
.Jime ago at Dartmouth. it was uni-
versally acclaimed as a great'feat of
footracing and it didn't make any dif-
ference if he was paced by one of
the Peden boys on their bicycle.
Scepticism Runs Rife
When Bob Osgood ran through rain
and a soggy track to finish a hurdle
ahead of Wisconsin's Jack Kellner, a
steady 14.3 man and former Big Ten
champ ,in 14 seconds fiat, what was
the reaction? Skepticism ran rife.
Sports writers on both coasts and
plenty in between handed everybody
connected with the race a raucous
"bird," assumed their expert's robes
and sat down to the old typewriter
to hammer out some time-honored
reasons why Osgood's mark was a
hoodwink, pure and simple.

Russ Dobson. left. and Ed Andro

dugout and racing across the -- ----"--~-'''' 'Va.,-and~a^Mo~da
dianmond. fie was well beyond Charlotteville, Va., and a Monday hold the key to the success of Coac
the pitcher's box before realizing 1th coming southern trip and ensuing
the game had been halted and BASEBALL ROSTER Arbor boy and a sophomore, was imp]
everyone was staring at him . . . Player Pos. B T Yr. ances last summer although he hasn
*Beebe, Leo, c.....,..R R ' of a sore arm. Andronik is a junior,
,Forest, c . . .R R '40 has shown a lot of stuff in practice.
Gedeon, Elmer, inf. . . .R R '39 but is also equipped with a good
le dthy Hisses ... Trosko, Fred, inf.-of. . .R R '40 brt is a ndws.h
*Lisagor, Pete, inf...R R '39 are right-handers.
INTERESTING, if true, is the revela- *Brewer, Don, inf. . . R-L R '38
tion made .by Referee John Peckinpagh, W., inf. . R R 39
Schommer before the National Bas- *Kremer, Merle (C), of. L L '38
ketball Coaches Association held in:I *Campbell, Rob't, of.. R R '38
Chicago during the past few days. Floersch, Harold, of. ..R R '39
Schommer may be remembered as of- k, Charl, of. L '40
ficial who so closely resembles Will *Smick, Dan, p-of. R R 39 THR__4_ L
Rogers from a distance, and who °'Fishman, Herman, p ..R L '38
called a technical foul on Michigan Smith, Burt, p.......L R '38
during the Ohio State game last win- Dobson Russ, p R R '40 EARL MARTINEAU
ter for booing a decision. The amaz- Andronik, Ed, p......R R '39 (Michigan Football Coach)
ing story Schommer told the as- Denotes lettermen.
sembled coaches was that only a Dlotin B, bo never forget the Minnesota-
single vote prevented the Big Ten Yr., r. Wisconsin game in 1923. They put
from. abolishing basketball last sea- _Yr.,Year._, me on a spot that dgo, and itwas
son. On the first vote the count was a great thrill getting out of it.
five-all, but some representative grne with the Unversity of Virgiia,
changed his mind and the cage sport The Tuesday opponent is Washg- fensve halfback position during a
was retained. ton and Lee in a game at Lexington, frcieal ack posith durin a
Va., where the Wednesday contest' crucial part of the game, when
You may have guessed thc rea- against Virginia Military Institute siddenckly Rollie Williams, Wis-
son for Schommer's story and will also be held. consin back, broke through the
the reported Conference action. Georgetown Is Next hue and cane tearig toward me
It was the outgrowth of excessive Georgetown follows on Thursday with a three man blocking bri-
booing and hissing, according. to April 13, at Washington, D.C.; Mary- gade m front of him.
the reports, and rather than pro- land provides Friday's competition at It looked hopeless. Getting by one
mote such unsportsmanlike con College Park, Md.; and the final stop blocker in the open field is tough and
duct among college fans, the comes Saturday, April 16, at Ann- 1 with three of them there, it seemed
moguls deemed it advisable to apolis, Md., Navy's nine opposing # practically impossible. I decided to
ban the sport entirely. the barnstorming Wolverines. take a long shot. The three blockers
It's amazing! Basketball has lately Fisher. yesterday announced that; expected me to get low and try to
grown into one of the most attractive Herm Fishman, the senior slowball fight my way through. Instead I did
sports on the wniter calendar. Ned artist, would hurl a good portion of just the opposite. As they descended
Irish. Gotham promoter, exploited it the opener with Weslyan. He will upon me, I dove in the air, they
in Madison Square Garden to good probably be relieved by Dan Smick. slipped underneath, and I landed-
advantage, and interest elsewhere has the ex-first sacker who needs a lot of right on Williams' back. It was a
steadily soared. As for the booing, work. thrill I won't forget.
mass disapproval of an arbiter, Fisher's pitching choices were ex-
whether it's in baseball or boxing, pected ones. The reliable Fishman r , * I A
is an accepted American sports cus- heads the staff and can be depended it I'IUTl IhI . As
tom-one which spices the game. on for a good brand of mound work. P g I
Imagine eliminating, "Kill the dirty Burt Smith, ex-hockey defenseman1 YorkH Iloners T Wi(e
bum!" from the bleacherites' jargon. and a letter winner in baseball.
It ventilates a lot of pent-up emotion hurled erratically last year with CLEARWATER. Fla., April 6.-(P)
and usually never takes a malicious flashes of good form. Smith has good ;
turn. A blue-coatedsquire of big control, a satisfactory curve, and -It was Manager Mickey Cochrane 's
league diamonds would be puzzled in- fair speed. He is being counted on thirty-fifth birthday today, but Ru-
deed if he didn't hear some rasping-1 for a better season this year. doIph Preston York did most of the
voiced individual scream: "Where's Smick Shows Promise celebrating as the Detroit Tigers ran
your horse, Jesse?" Dan Smick look.s like the com eie
you hose,+i.. 1..1.._, - t-r-, 1their amazing string f victories over

onilk are two new hurlers who may
hh Ray Fisher's baseball nine during
g Big Ten campaign. Dobson, an Ann
ressive in his local amateur perform-
't cut loose this year so far because
who hails from Norwalk, Conn., and
lie is primarily a speedball pitcher
ook and change of pace. Both boys

i

I-

M All-Star
CresChosen

141

r
f
r
r
a

C1 I'si, rid Aces Place into the 220-yard and 500-yard races. start Wolcott ever do 13.9 before? Is
Two Each On Team i Johnny Haigh, surprise point-win- he likely to do it again. Well speak
-ner in the National Collegiate meet, up Texas, or maybe you hadn't bet-
Placing two men each, Chi Psi and ; will swim the medley and the 220- i ter. We won't be paying any at-
the Grid Aces led in fraternity and.! yard breast-stroke, and Michigan's t ,lntioni.
independent selections on the all-star sophomore trio of Ferstenfeld, Wolin And how about the start? Any-
basketball teams announced by the and Benham is slated for diving duty. body that knows anything at all about
Intramural department yesterday. Colleges Furnish Opposition hurdle records knows that Wolcott
On the all-fraternity five, Ed Green- Michigan will find its chief opposi- must have been 10 yards out when the
wald, tall Chi Psi star, was named tion coming from its college foes, but gun went off. Hurdlers that set new
the best center in the league with his will also have to overcome the bids of records always are. There are some
teammate, John McLean, being given a number of brilliant club stars t more arguments that conld be used to
one of the forward berths. win the championship, at feat very;belittle Wolcott's performance, but
the above ought to be pleat;.
Wally Hook of Alpha Delta Phi's much within the grasp of the Wolver- t aoer or tbplente.
championship team which decisively ine forces. Other Records Applauded
whipped the Chi Psi five 22-10 in Adolph Kiefer, premier back-strok- There seems to be something about
the class A finals was given the other er, Ralph Flanagan, Peter Fick, Ray rperts" outside the pale of their own
forward position. Newell McCabe of Kaye, Andy Carke, each to represent ____________
Psi Upsilon and Lou Levine, Kappa'a different Athletic club are capable
Nu's grid athlete, were the guards of making it hot for their college The A.
selected, juniors. And off the diving boards, The A. Co.
Football players carried the day the men of Collegianna will vie with oL E N R U
on the independent team with Here Elbert Root and Al Greene, ex-Olym- '
Renda and Ed Frutig of the Grid pians, Earl Clark, an AAU finalist c 4 N c i N N A T I -. 0 - O N0
Aces being chosen for guard and cen- I last year, and others who boast rare WILLIAM B. AMSTUTZ
ter posts while Ced Sweet, Has Beens, ability. 6W Wov'irie Bldg. Phone 8946
and Harry Kohl, Streaks, gained
guard and forward positions. Edl
Murphy of Hiawatha Club was named
the other forward. 1
Choices were made by the men who
refereed the games throughout the° '

Anyway we have learned one .good
thing from having a world record
hurdler in our midst. We know all
the arguments and all the answers.
This gent out in Texas hasn't a
chance with his 13.9. It was a strictly
mediocre try aided and abbetted, by-..
wind, timing, favoritism and probably
the hand of God.
INDIANS OPTION IRWIN
CLEVELAND, April 6.-(i)-The
Cleveland Indians sent Tommy Irwin;
rookie infielder, to the Milwaukee
Brewers on option today.

A C2D

and seenzngl,
weg4e

i

The

lAP 1'TEO PAI3RI
TOPCOAT
c,)uciety l3Btd

1

season.

I
>j
.

At times during the past cage'
season, we've seen the referees
make decisions which might
prompt C. Milquetboast himself
to rise, fleck the lint off his sleeve
and whisper: "What can that
man be thinking of?" If Schom-
mer is searching for excuses, he's
using tle wrong approach.
Back from the cage coaches' meet-
ing in Chicago, Bennie Oosterbaan,
Michigan mentor, tells about an in-
teresting. eperiment tried at Stan-
ford University. They examined a
riunner after a 440 run and a basket-
ball player after a full time regulation
game. sans the center jump and then
compared the two. And which do you
think takes longer to recuperate? It
took the trackman one and a half
times as long to return to normalcy
as it did the cager. Offhand, we'd
have bet just the opposite.
* '
Dots and Dashes: A contributory
factor to the legend of Babe Her-
man's atrocious fielding when he
was wowing the Brooklyn fans vas a
painted advertisement of an awning
company on the Ebbets' Field fence
. The Babe was always playing the
balls off that awning, and ia caused
him no end of trouble . . . Ed Kirar,
Michigan's great swimmer, was fur-
ther publicized in the Detroit Times
"Pix" section yesterday . , . An apt
description of Al Patnik, Ohio State's
smooth diver, was seen the other day:
"Pavlowa of the Spring Board .., '

among the hurlers along with Ed
amon tnenurirs aong itn Lth'e Brooklyn Dodgers to two, winning
Andronik. Danny has all the na-t
tural requisites plus an irrepressible 10 to 4.
determination to make good on the York's present to his boss was two
motnd. He needs better control.I honie runs and a triple in five trips
something that a lot of work should to the plate. - lie drove in' four scores.
give him, and by midseason may be Only a nose behind York in the
up there in the number one slot. magnitude of his birthday gift was
Andronik, whose blinding fast ball Charley Gehringer who banged out
has lifted him out of the nodescript a homer and two singles in four trips
ranks to a first team berth, is another iand boosted his exhibition game bat-
hurler of promise. ting average to .362, best of any of{
Russ Dobson, a sophomore, has ' the Tigers.
been hampered by an ailing arm. The Ed Selway, rookie from Fort Worth.,
lanky local product, whose mound and Jake Wade, veteran southpaw,
form leaves little to be desired, is be- 1pitched for the Tigers. allowing nine
hind the other hurlers in condition- hits and contributing to the Brooklyn
ing because of this. cause by giving nine passes.
Last year Michigan walloped Wes---
leyan 15 to 2, but the Ohioans have
some new blood this season and may EXIIlBITION BASEBALL
cause trouble. A five man sopho-1 Chicago (N) 10, Chicago (A) 9.
more mound crew-Steve Donchess. Cincinnati (N) 2, Boston (A) 2 tic.
Bill Fisher, Gordon Dale, Les Michael Boston (N) 4, Washington (A) 2.
and Frank Capalbo-is the chief ad- I New York (A) 2, Dallas (TL) 0.
dition. St. Louis (N) 7, Albany (NYP) 2.

ALL-STAREBASKETBALL
TEAMS
Fraternity
McLean, Chi Psi ........ forward
Hook, Alpha Delta Phi . .forward
Greenwald, Chi Psi ...... center
McCabe, Psi Upsilon .....guard
Levine, Kappa Nu .........guard
Reserves: Strong, Sigma Nu; Mc-
Kay, Chi Psi: Cochrane, Sigma
Chi: Norton, Sigma Nu,
Independent
Murphy, Hiawatha ...... forward
Kohl, Streaks ........... forward
Frutig, Grid Aces ......... center
Renda, Grid Aces.......... guard
Sweet, Has Beens .........guard
Reserves: F a g a n, Hiawatha;
Kuluinench, Forestry; Verwys,
Engineers.

I

. '
t
< ;
r<
r 1 .. ,.....
t

++.wk

4
i

A A

r ::::, 1) 3

The -New Palm Beach Surits
T yu REu I SMA'TER, COOLER, better than ever be-
fore, The latest ii men's sport backs and lounge
models,.The newest stripes, checks, plaids and solid
colors. The smartest whites ...and the brand new
Airtones. Smart for campus and classroom.,.smart

IT'S WAR M
T'S LIGHT
SHEDS WATER
WON TWR INlP

0

r

for Saturday night dates... smart for all next sum.
mer, Easy to wash aind clean . .shapely forever...
and marvelous values at

] 1

Mm-

DRIVEWAY

111

See them at your favorite clothier today, while se-
4-ctions are at their best. And be sure he shows
you the new Pallm Beach LEvening Formal at $20,
and the handsoe Pali Beach slacks at $5.50,
-11 0i -0 9Y 1UOED Lt.
t IT BEARS THIS LABEL-
IT'S GENUINE PALMl BEACH

A fabric masterpiece im.
ported from the Alps
country. Exclusive with
Society Brand in the
U-nited States, Distinc-
tively sty1ed, Expertly tai
lorcd, Attractively priced.

I

Ii

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan