THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY,AkRIL2
Diamond, Net Teams Are Active At Champaign This
Faces Illinois Today
Coach Ray Fisher's choice to
face Wally Roettger's Illinois club
this afternoon at Champaign is
lanky Eddie Andronik, senior right-
hander. Andronik is the only mem-
ber of the hurling corps to date
who has pitched a complete game,
being credited with a one-hit mas-
terpiece against V.M.I.
Sigma Chi Wins Opener;
Long Hurls One-Hitter,
Aided by Phi Gamma Delta errors,
Sigma Chi, defending champions in
the I-M fraternity baseball league,
successfully opened their campaign
yesterday defeating the Phi Gams
With the score tied 3-3 in the sixth,
Frank Harrington cracked out a
long single to left and went on to
score the winning run when the Phi
Gam outfielders booted the ball. Bill
Cochran of Sigma Chi was the win-
Scoring eight runs in the fifth,
Phi Delta Theta, point leadIers in
the all-year competition, won their
first game whipping Phi Kappa Tau
19-15. Gridder Jack Meyer hurled for
With most of this year's hockey
team on their rostrum, the Coe A.C.
beat the Pink Elephants 11-5 yester-
day in an independent division game.
Bill Andalova of the Coe team col-
lected two homers and a double in
three times up.
With the first week of play com-
pleted, Dick Long of Delta Kappa Ep-
silon, turned in the greatest pitching
feat when he blanked Sigma Alpha
Epsilon 7-0 a1.lowing one hit, walk-
ing but three and striking out sev-
enteen batters in the six inning game.
Phi Kappa Sigma broke a long
standing I-M scoring record also this
week when they drubbed Alpha Kap-
pa Sigma 30-5 in a four inning fray.
Led by John Maytham who clouted
out a triple, double and a single, the
Phi Kappa Sigma team scored six
runs in the first, one in the second,
ten in the third and thirteen in the
fourth. The game was called at the
end of the fourth because of an I-M
regulation which forbids a game to
go beyond four innings after one of
the teams has scored more than
Veteran F oes
In Road Tests
Levenson To Play Number
One For Wolverine Team
Against Hoosiers, Illini
Michigan's Varsity net team, an-
xious to cast off the shroud of me-
diocrity which has enveloped Wol-
verine tennis squads the past ump-
steen seasons, take the courts today
and tomorrow in the season's initial
contests against Conference foes.
They, with Indiana and Illinois,
play in a round robin at Champaign
this week-end. Today the Wolver-
ines take on the Hoosiers and tomor-
row meet the Illini.
While Coach Leroy Weir's men en-
ter the two matches with little ad-
vance information on the strength
of the two squads to go on, they ex-
pect little difficulty in taking the
matches in stride.
Have Four Veterans
The Hoosiers, who failed to pro-
duce' much last season, boast a squad
of four men from the '37 team, three
sophomores, and a freshman num-
eral winner of two seasons ago. John
Tuthill and Capt. Vic Kingdom, who
play in the number one and two
spots respectively in the singles and
pair up for the number one doubles
team, are the best bets on the squad.
Like the Wolverines, the Illini
have been practically without benefit
of outdoor practice so far this year.
Spring rains have kept the outdoor
courts almost continually under wa-
ter, while poor lighting in the Armory
has allowed Coach John Utley's men
only a minimum of indoor practice.,
Illini Squad Intact
The Illinois squad remains prac-
tically intact from last season, with
five regulars in Capt. Bill McCoy,
John Schuder, Warren Confer, Eb
Jones and Tim Twerdel as a nucleus.
The Michigan squad is the same as
that which saw most action on the
eastern trip. In the singles Capt.
Neil Levinson, Don Percival, Tom
Slattery, Hank Cohen, Steve Woolsey
and John Kidwell will rank in that
order. Levenson and Percival, Slat-
tery and Cohen, and Woolsey and
Kidwell pair up for the one, two,
and three doubles respectively.
Tennis And Horseshoes
Tourneys Start Today
Play will begin today in the I-M
spring horseshoes tourney for inde-
pendent men, and the tennis tourney
is slated to start tomorrow in the
independent and fraternity divisions.
Men interested in entering the all
campus horseshoes singles and
doubles tourney and the golf tourna-
ment are given until April 25 to get
in their entries and May 6 is the
deadline for the archery tournament.
Leads Varsity Batters
New Coaching Staff To Introduce
New Faces On Gridiron Next Fall
By STEWART FITCH Ivee last year, are two other newcom-,
Any attempt to name in the spring, ers who are making a strong bid for
the players who will trot onto the the guard slots.
gridiron for Michigan the following Archie Kodros is leading the pack
fall, nearly five months later, usually l at center thus far but there are a,
proves futile. couple of pluggers close on his heels,
It is even more so chis year with a and another who will be out in the
new coaching staff holding the .reins fall to put in his bid for the position.
and a flock of outstanding freshmen Virgil Scott, a first-year man and,
coming up. But even at this early Tom Hutton. a reserve on the 1937
date, it seems certain that the open- squad, are Kodros' chief contenders
ing kick-off next fall will see plenty this spring but Forest Evashevski,
of new faces in the Varsity line-up. frosh standout last fall may head the
There are more than enough men quartet when the season opens.
with Varsity experience to fill the The spectator may be greeted by
positions. Gedeon, Smick, Nichol- an almost entirely new backfield next
son, Janke, Savilla, Siegel, Smith, fall. Tom Harmon, provided he
Brennan, Heikkinen, Olds and Kodros straightens up a little scholastic dif-
are all old "familiars" to the fans. ficulty, looks like the surest bet
Trying to break into this group among the first-year men , for a
are a number of new men who have regular job.
shown definite possibilities thus far. er, a fine blocker, Dave Strong, Illini
Forrest "Butch" Jordan who was a transfer and all-around backfield
tackle on the Varsity two years ago is man, and several others including
back on the squad after a year's ab- Les Persky, Paul Kromer and Ed
sence and is one of the outstanding Cristy, each of whom have. shown
guard; candidates this spring. ' considerable promise.
At tackle Bob Flora, husky fresh- This list is by no means complete
man, has given indications that he for next fall may find the spring
will give some of the veterans a scrap "hot-shots" relegated to the bench
for that position. Ralph Fritz, frosh and some of the unknowns occupying
performer, and Jerome Belsky, a Jay- first-string positions but there is lit-
-- - - -- - ~tle doubt that one or several veterans
omay find themselves out of the line-
Maiisfield 'To Represent up in favor of some of the new men.
Michigan In Gym Meet -_ _ _ _ _
Ends With Banquet
With their competiti; e season no
longer more than a topic for dis-
cussion, Michigan's swimmers will
don their dinner jackets tonight and
do duty at one of the Union's white
banquet tables, the annual post-
season get-together of Coach Matt
Mann's Wolverine water warriors.
Bob "Baldy" Sauer, veteran back-
stroke specialist will act as master of
ceremonies and has made plans for
a round of fun and feasting that he
states will keep the occasion going
at a fast clip.
The affair will start at 7:45, and
Coach Matt Mann and Mrs. Mann
will head the list of those who will
attend. Every member of this years
Varsity, many freshmen stars, and
several guests of the natatoim will al-
so be present.
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Walt Peckinpaugh, Wolverine
third sacker, led his teammates in
batting on the southern trip with
a lofty average of .409, and con-
nected for two hits in Tuesday's
losing game with Wisconsin. He
will attempt to continue his fine
stickwork in the two-game series
with Illinois today and tomorrow.
By EARL MARTINEAU
Michigan Football Coach
John Weller was a real guard and
a true Florida southerner. On the
football field, he starred for Prince-
ton, gaining All-American recogni-
tion in 1934. A trifle short tempered,
he was dead serious about his foot-
Princeton was playing Cornell
in 1934 in a stiff game, closely
contested throughout. At one
point, Cornell sent in a sub
guard to play against Weller. We
had the ball, the team came for-
ward over the ball, and Weller,
ready to warm up the newcomer
with a good block, looked up
tensely at his opponent.
The new man stared at Weller and
"You John Weller?"
"Yeah," was the surprised and an-
"Well, your gal down in Florida
sends her regards," replied the new
fellowv with a wink.
Weller's Southern temper really
hit a new high then.
RAMEY TAKES TITLE
MUSKEGON, Mich., April 21.-(/P)
- Wesley Ramey, Grand Rapids
lightweight won the Michigan light-
weight championship here tonight,
outclassing Bobby McIntire of Detroit
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