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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

.ASIDE- Fishman Leads V
LINES Smick's Homer Keep Going, Herrn
---Sy IRVIN LISAGOR -*:-
Drives In Two
The Grand Old Man-... --
A CIGAR, of course, stuck between R iuns In T hrd
his teeth,: Coach Fielding H. Yost
was abeam with the pride and joy of Michigan's Early Tallies Ri
living when we accosted him on the Avenge Friday's Loss To
football practice field yesterday after- Boilermaker N...
noon. It was his birthday-his 67th-
and when asked how he felt, he re- (Continued from Page 1) D
plied with a typical' Yostian gesture, -__ ___________
Peck made it three by stealing third Fou
his hands sharply clapped against and crossing when Jim Thompson 4
each other. booted Elmer Gedeon's grounder. .t:egh
The "Coach" was in a kindly Michigan, 3rd: Capt. Butch Kremer obl
mood as he watched the gridders opened with a walk, and Smick n4'r :c.:......flint
snap through a tough scrimmage cleared the sacks with his prodigious S
-and he was proud as a cadet four bagger. Gedeon walked, stole r,
second, took third on Beebe's single, tit
on leave, proud of the huge ath- and scored when Wayne Hearne bob- Lio
letic plant he fostered, proud of a bled Fishman's grounder. Michigan 6, .sin,
record which will remain a part of Purdue 0. two
Michigan heritage and proud of Purdue: 4th: After Johnny Vernon : a.r rTex
the many old players and friends had forced Mackiewicz at second, cn
who emeiberd hm wih tle-Thompson singled and moved to se- >
ond on the throw to the plate, Ver-
grams and letters. Of one of the non holding third. Waling hit to the
latter he was particularly proud. box, and Vernon beat the throw to Little Herm Fishman, stocky left- and
It came from Michigan's chief the plate with the first run. Thomp- hander, yesterday accounted) for ord
executive, Frank Murphy, and son made it two, scoring on McAfee's Michigan's first Big Ten baseball mec
was written in long hand. The bounder to Lisagor. victry of the year when he pitched tied
Governor was a halfback on Purdue, 6th: Mackiewicz led off with a full nine inning game, emting F
Yost's team shortly after the run a home run which Kremer misjudged,sPtrd isB rakers nthenet
of the century. In fact, he roomed the ball sailing over Butch's head. scattered hits, and winning the den
with the "Old Man" during those Vernon walked, Thompson forced him game 6-4. oft
days, and expressed in his tender at second, but Waling followed with for
missive appreciation for the fine a rolling single to Lisagor, and both\ Yea 1l*g p the
values he learned under Yost. runners advanced on Pete's high r n s i 93
throw to first. Elwood Yeager, bat-
Looking over the wide expanse of ting for McAfee, sent the final Purdue 1n TIm Trials
Ferry Field, Yost summed up his tally home with a high bounding for
achievements briefly: "You can see single to Brewer, Thompson scoring ing
from this spot almost four million the fourth Boilermaker run. tohhe er Ds ee
dollars worth of athletic plant." And h_ rB r k r.Cochrane Nears DiscnsGea
his pride was ill-concealed. "Over Record, Balyeat Wins 193
there is the first field house ever Summaries
built. I originated that name "field Taking advantage of the Varsity's ord
house" and predicted at the time Michigan 6 AB R II O A absence the freshman track squad as a
that it would be copied by many other Pink, cf..... .....3 1 0 2 0 held their first outside time trials of bin
universities." Brewer, ss ...........4 1 1 1 5 the season at Ferry Field yesterday rela
Sprawled on the green turf near Peckinpaugh, 3b.....4 1 1 0 6 afternoon. J
Yost and his listeners was an eld- Kremer, if ...........1 1 0 1 0 To increase the speed of his men, 16-
erly gent, observing the practice Smick, rf ............3 1 1 2 0 Ken Doherty placed his runners in hur
intently. "There's Wille Heston," Trosko, rf ...........0 0 0 0 0 distances shorter than their regular ma
the Coach said. "In four years he Gedeon, lb .......... 3 1 0 8 0 events. Milers became halfmilers, iga
made 111 touchdowns on this Lisagor, 2b ...........4 0 1 6 2 halfmilers competed in the quarter, Fen
field." Someone commented on Beebe, c ............4 0 1 7 1 and 440-yard men took part in the fam
his diminutive stature. "Yes, but Fishman, p ..........4 0 0 0 1 sprints. vita
he was one of the quickest men ..____._.- Fast Quarter Mile bre
I've ever seen. Why, he beat Archie Total..........36 6 5 27 15 In the quarter, Phil Balyeat clicked in a
Hahn in the 60, and Archie was a off the distance in 50.7 seconds against eras
great Olympic star, you'll remem- Purdue, 4 AB R H O A a cross wind and was closely trailed hun
ber." Hahn is presently coaching Hearne, 2b . . . . . . ...4 0 1 4 1 by three others who finished under
track at the University of Vir- Dean,rf......5 0 1 2 0 52 seconds. G
ginla.' D o- 0 0 Bill Cochrane tossed tle discus
Mackiewicz, 3b .......4 1 3 0 4 135 feet 3 inches snowing promise of
The conversation got back to foot- Vernon, If ...........3 1 1 3 0 bettering the freshman record before was
ball, which it had never left. If Thompson, ss........3 2 1 1 1 the season is over. The mark of 139 lette
that line moves out lik this," Yost Waling, lb..........4 0 1 10 1 feet was set by Big Bill. Watson two
saizd, illustrating a quick start with Mcfe<......20021yasao
his hands, "any backfield will win." Art Bredewater, C . . .0 0 0 1 0 Have Three Meets
Could a, fellow depend upon that? Heiss, p The Wolverine Freshmen meet Wis-
Could he, for instance, write his story Mangas, p..........1 0 0 0 0 coTin Oond Inds naen ee-
before the game? Mnap........... consin, Ohio, and Indiana in tele-J
befoe t gme? h edYeager .............1 0 1 0 0 graphic meets in the next two weeks.
"Well, it t nce happened. Back in T In the indoor meets Michigan defeat-
1909. We were out of the Conference Total .........35 4 9 24 10 ed the first two teams but fell before
that year, and went up to play the ,Batted for McAfee in 6th. Indiana.
championship Minnesota team. The Purdue ...........000 202 000-4 A mile ,relay team of freshmen will
Gophers bwere favored 5-1, and fig- Michigan ..........303 000 000-6 be picked in trials Tuesday to com-
uredI to be 20 points better than we Pt gis.avri
were. They had a fullback named Errors: Hearne, Thompson 2, Ged- pete agaist a varsity team i a spe-
Pickering, "Nine yard Pickering," for eon, Lisagor. Home runs: Smick, cial race at the Illinois meet here
that's what he averaged per try. Mackiewicz. Left on bases: Purdue May 7.
8. Michigan 7. Passed ball: McAfee.
"Well, in Chicago a newspaper- Wild pitch: Heiss. Struck out: By I COLLEGE BASEBALL
man named Alexson joined the Fishman 5, by Heiss 3. Bases on At Madison, Wis., Wisconsin 10,
team and went up to Minneapolis balls: off Fishman 2, off Heiss 5. Hit Minnesota 1.
with us. Friday afternoon he by pitcher: By Fishman (Hearne). At Bloomington, Ind., Indiana 6,
vWatched us practice for about five Double plays: Peckinpaugh to Lisa- Northwestern 2.
minutes, then left. I asked him gor to Gedeon. Hits: off Heiss 5 in At Toledo, o., Toledo U. 8; Wes-
what the hurry was, and he re- in 7 innings, off Mangas 0 in 1 inning. tern (Mich.) State Teachers 7. (10
plied that he had to write his Umpires: Lindsay and Knode. innings).
story. His paper appeared next
morning with a headline saying,

'Michigan Will Win.' Other re-
porters laughed at him in the
press box, but we did win, 15-6. I
asked him later how he happened
to write that story. FOR Bett
"'When I saw that Michigan line
in practice, I knew it would be in the
Minnesota backfield before it started.
The boys had a springsteel start and
that was enough for me,' Alexson ex-
plained. Some of the other reporters
asked me after the game what I
thought of Pickering on offense. 'I
don't know,' I told them, 'I didn't see
him on offense. My linemen were hit- Have your racquet restrung at once.
ting him a split second after he re-
ceived the ball from center. He didn't Don't handicap your game with a
gain enough ground all afternoon to , ,
be buried in, unless you stood him on racquet that isn't fit" Bring it
his head.'" The Old Man smiled in in and let us do an expert job on
recollection of the incident.
Back in his office, he showed us it for you.
a note from the new members of
the coaching staf'f, and the box
of Robert Burns cigars they gave
him. When we departed he was
still smiling-and looking as fit RESTRINGI NGS
as he must have felt.
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arsity

To 6-4

Win

Over

ight Records
Fall At Drake
Relay Carnival
ce, Wisconsin Each Win
Four Events ; Owls Set
Three Marks, Tie One
ES MOINES, Ia., April 30.-(iP)-
rteen thousand spectators sitting

P

itt Traekmer Life Saving Class Senco Takes Handball
Given This Week Title; Clark Sets Record
Score Honors DETROIT, April 30.-(M)-Earl
A class in Senior Life Saving for Srenco, 21-year-old St. Louis, Mo.,
In Penn Relavs men and women will be offered this athlete, won the International
Y.M.C.A. handball singles champion-
week at the pool at the Intramural ship today. Officials said Srenco was
)lverine Quartet Places Building according to A. A. James, the youngest person ever to win the
Third In Two-Mile Run Activities Supervisor. Edward Slezak International Y singles.
1;and several assistants will conduc I Fisher Branch swmmers brought

1

Watson Takes First
(Continued Irom Page 1)
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17

-he course.
The instruction w1'l be given from
to 5:30 p.m., Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday. The test for
the examiners certificate will be given
n Monday, May 9.

Detroit its first Y.M.C.A. team title in
16 years. Andy Clark, Detroit ace,
turned in the outstanding perfor-
mance of the meet when he won the
440-yard free style. in 4:49.3, taking
12 seconds from the record set by Bob
Pire of Toronto in 1934.

I: .M De erea Lie reiay mark of T
the warmth of a bright sun saw 8:21.8 set by Mount Pleasant of tl
It meet records go tumbling into Schenectady, N.Y., last year. 0
vion in the finals of the twenty- Vukmanic's javelin throw of 223
th Drake RelayCrnival today. feet 10%/ inches is ce of the best on
>un-tanned runners from Rice In- American record books, and displaces
ute. Houston, Texas, divided theR
n's share of honors with Wiscon- ea 9 Legores 214 feet 8% ches,
each winning four events in the Indiana got none of the opposi-
days of competition, with the tion it had been expectedto pfind in
as youths setting records in three the four-mile, for Ralph Applegate,
tests and tying one. Jimmy Smith, Mel Trutt and Tommy
Badgers Take Distance Relay Deckard put on such pressure that
Visconsin captured the distance Deckard breasted the tape a good 200
dley, 1,000 yard run, pole vault yards in front of Blaine rideout of
two mile. Rice established rec-North Texas State Teachers College.
s in 120-high hurdles, the sprint Nrt e SapTea C
dley, the 440 yard hurdles and Conell Man e
the mark for the 440 yard relay. This event saw the only serious ac-
redieWolot, tll ragysprp-cident of the meet. Herbert Cor-
'reddie Wolcott, tall, rangy spriti~nell, Cornell's lead-off man, was so
and hurdler from Rice, gave evi- badly spiked in the scramble at the
ce that he will take rank as one first turn that fourteen stitches had
the greatest intercollegiate per- to be taken in the wound.
mers since Jesse Owens ,deserted
amateur ranks after his three Smith, Trutt and Deckard, together
6 Olympic victories, with Sam Miller, tried to comeback in
oottmshesReco.the two-mile, but found Manhattan's
Wolcott Smashes Record combination of Joe Moclair, Joe Zei-
olcott smashed the Drake record tler, Lou Burns and Howie Borck too
the 120-yard high hurdles, leap- much for them. Michigan was third.
the barriers in :14.2 to blot outmCft niha wst
previous mark made by the lat, Cunningham Wins
rge Saling, University of Iowa, in Glenn Cunningham's special mile
2. He did not compete in the 100 was run over an extremely heavy
-d dash, in which he qualified, in track, Glenn delaying his "kick" until
er to conserve his strength to run the home stretch to win in 4:16.7
anchor man on the winning com- with Gene Venzke second, Ernie Pe-
ation that captured the 440 yard deroff of the Millrose A.C., third and
y. Joe McCluskey fourth and last,
ack Patterson of Rice cracked the Don Lash, bruised in an auto ac-
year-old record for the, 440-yard cident Thursday night, was upset :n
dles, in :53.2 to eclipse the old the 3,000 meter run, finishing third
rk of :54.4 made by Ernst of Mich- behind Ralph Schwartzkoff, an add-
n State in 1922. Charles "Chuck" ed starter from Michigan and Mc-
ske of Wisconsin conquered the Cluskey. Schwartzkoff won by 25
ed Archie San Romani in the in- yards in 8:39.
tional 1,000 yard run in a record- William Watson of Michigan took
aking performance in 2:10.7, with- the broad jump with a leap of 24 feet
second of the world's record and 1112 inches.
ing the Drake record of 2:11.2 -_-- -- --- --
.g up by Cunningham in 1936. M.W CLARK
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