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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Win Is Eighth
In Succession A SIDE13
For Weirmen --
On The Witness Stand .. .
Levenson, Kidwell, Cohen, BOB FITZHENRY'S nimble-witted
cliche expert, McCarthy McBer-
Cisco, Talman Sweep gen, managed to wheedle a pair of
Singles Matches Annie Oakleys for the riger-White
Sox classic last week. He was sub-
By BETSY ANDERSON poenaed immediately after his return
Chalking up their eighth consecu- and peppered with queries.
tive victory, Michigan's tennis squad Q--Who drew the mound as-
effectively smashed their way through sinments, Mae.
to a 9-0 win over Michigan State Nor- ger, I think, toed the rubber for
mal on the Ferry Field courts yester- the Tiges, while a fireball artist
day afternoon. named Rigney was doing slab
The Wolverin grand slam victory duty for the Chisox.
was in part due to the strength of Q-How did the Baron fare.
herserve sarde a'ae trogh A-He had a scintillating assort
te reserve squad who came through nment of pitches. His hook had Sox
with wins in three singles and one batters breaking their backs all af-
doubles to make the match a clean ternoon, and his crossfire had 'em
whitewash. swinging from their heels.
Kidwell Wins Q-What about Rigney.
John Kidwell, playing number two .-Whitaboutigcn
was the only singles player to play A-Well, the Tiges couldn't hit his
beyond a 6-3 game, winning his sets high hard one with a 50-foot pole.
from Max Weinlander of Ysi in 6-1, They were swinging like old rusty
6-4 order. The longest match of the gates.
day took place when the Michigan Q-Did Mary Owen make Mgr. Mike
reserve duo of Fred Burdick and Bill regret his trade.
Smith rallied after dropping the first
set 4-6 to oerwhelm their opponents .
6-0, 6-2 in the only three set match MpelCher Caitures
of the afternoon.YAC
Neil Levenson displayed his usual 1 K CA Mat Crown
form intie Varsity number one posi-
tion as he decisively trounced Ed John Speicher, retiring co-captain
Howard 6-2, 6-3. Hank Cohen, in of Michigan's Big Ten title-holding
the number three slot, played a fast, mat team added another hard-earned
aggressive game allowing Ypi's Se- championship to his 1937-38 string
mour Gordon only one game in a 6-0, when he downed Leo Goldberg, De-
6-i match. troit Western YMCA veteran, to win
Morris Downs Spear the International YMCA 123 pound
In the reserve division, Ed Morris crown in Detroit Saturday night.
defeated George Spear. with a 6-3, Little "Spike" had a busy day in
6-3 gaie, Herb Cisco downed Harold the motor city, but had too much
,o dsman by the same score and Jim speed and power for his opponents,
Taliman came through with a 6-0, 6-3 as he added the. "Y" title to his Big
win over Don Marshall of Ypsi. . Ten.and National AAU victories.
Don Percival and Cohen in; the Var-
sity number one position impressively
downed, Spear and , Goodsman by a Stagehand Re m
6-0, 6-4 score. Levenson and Morris g
continued their last Saturday's win-s Kentcky D
ning: streak to take the Ypsi duo of
Weinlander and Howard 8-6, 6-0.
SUMMARIES By MEL FINEBERG
Singles: Levenson (M) d. Howard Shortly after the strains of My Old
(USN) 6-2, 6-3; Kidwell (M) d. Kentucky Home fade from the pa-
Weinl'ander (N),-6-1, 6-4; Cohen (M) villion and the most impressive ar-
d, Gordon (N) 6-0, 6-1; Morris (M) d. ray of three-year-old horses in th
Spear (N) 6-3, 6-3; Cisco . (M) d. country make that final parade from
Goodsman (N) 6-3, 6-3; Talman (M) the paddock at Churchill Downs on
d. Marshall (N) 6-0, 63. May 7, the winner of the greates
Doubles: Percival and Cohen (M) d. prize American horse racing can offer
Spear and Goodsman (N) 6-0, 6-4; the Kentucky Derby, will be decided.
evenson and Morris (M) d. Wein- Had the race been run a month2
Panern Horris)8-; -0 and a half ago, there would hav
lander and Howard (N) 8-6; 6-0; been no doubt as to the winner
Burdick and Smith (M) d. Marshall Stagehand, winner over Seabiscuit in
and Gordon (N) 4-6, 6-0, 6-2. the $100,000 Santa Anita Handicap
and victor in the $50,000 Santa Anit
Nk Derby, was practically in. Butwth
New Seg arthe advent of the spring circuit, new
- - Ta horses have definitely put in their bid
Set In I.M League Stagehand Is Horse To Beat
But the horse to beat still is Stage-
Phi Beta Delta set a new high scor- hand. The big Maxwell Howard col
ing record in I-M baseball yesterday was the winter book favorite and wil
when they scored an all time high of undoubtedly be heavily backed in th
25 runs in the last inning of their classic. But only one winter favorite
game with Triangle to trounce them ever won the race.
35-9. Stagehand has two very definite
A final inning rally of two runs assets. The first is that he is traine
brought Alpha Kappa Kappa from by Earl Sande, who was in the saddl
behind to give them an .'7 victory of three Derby winners himself. The
over Theta Kappa Psi. Wolgamat second is that the colt is a tremen
pitched a'nice game for the winners dous finisher. Let Stagehand com
while Hodgson ured for the losers. into the stretch within striking dis.
In the other scheduled games Sigma tancel cal the race ff and tiro
Alpha Epsilon defeated Sigma Nu 13- the victor's wreath around his mane
3, Phi Kappa Sigma defeated Zeta Coupled with Stagehand in the How
Beta Tau 12-9, Delta Kappa Epsilon ard entry is The Chief, who won a
defeated Delta Tau Delta 12-3, Sigma furlong sprint Saturday.
Phi outlsugged Alpha Sigma Phi 15- Hal Price Headley's stable migh
11, Alpha Tau Omega edged out Phi have something to say about the win

Sigma Kappa 12-9. ner. Menow (pronounced "Me now"
was the leading two-year old last year
when he won $65,825. His stablemate
and stepbrother, Dah He, is a greatly
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A-I don't know. He's a Yankee
Doodle batsman, you know, although
he got a couple of bleeders through
the infield. But around that hot
corner, he sizzles. Made a coupla
bare-handed stabs of sure basehits
and rifled them across the diamond
with unerring accuracy.
Q-Did Gee Walker do any-
thing.
A-Yeh, he was indulging in a
campus reverie or counting his
change on first once, and Birdie
Tebbets, Tige backstop, called for
a pitch out, fired the ball down
to initial sacker Greenberg who
nipped his ex-teammate by a
hair.
Q-How'd the crowd take it.
A-They raised the roof with a
howl of derisive glee.
Q--What did Dixie Walker do.
A-Well, he caught one of Rigney's
smoke balls and lambasted it into
the second deck of the right field
bleachers #or a jog around the has-
sock. It was a tremendous clout.
Q-Is he a good outfielder.
A-Sure is. Covers that outer gar-
den like a tent and is as graceful as
a gazelle.
Q-Ilow is Rudy York as a
catcher.
A-Tebbetts caught for the
Tiges. York warmed the bench,
but I understand he can propel
that onion out of any man's ball
orchard. They say, though, he re-
sembles Smead Jolley under a
pop foul.
Q-No, there can't be two of
'em, He'd better get a basket, if
it's true. How did Rogell and
Gehringer function.
. A-Best Keystone duo in the
, circuit. That Gehringer is a poem
in motion. For my money, he's
tops.
ains Favorite,
)erby Approaches
you believe blood is thicker than
I water, then place your last buck on
Fighting Fox. In 1930, Gallant Fox
showed a decidedly clean pair of
e heels to the, other entrants, and
SFighting Fox is a full brother. That
year Gallant Fox won the Wood Me-
t morial and his brother emulated him.
The. Fax is trained by Sunny Jim
Fitzsimmons who prepared Gallant
iFox and Omaha for Derby victories.
Fighting Fox has plenty of speed and
if he can carry the Derby weight of
z 126 pounds, he may walk, or run, off
with the win spot.
The most recent addition to the
Derby favorites is Warren Wright's
v Bull Lea. Bull Lea captured the mile
and a furlong Blue Grass Stakes in
record time and in doing it, downed
Derby candidates Menow, Red Breast
t and Dah He. Bull Lea is at the peak
I now and if he can hold it for another
e week, you may see him in the win-
e ner's circle.
Lawrin May Win
J Then there's Lawrin, a big bay who
e will probably be quoted at about 8 to
e 1. Lawrin has plenty of speed but his
courage at the Derby mile and a quar-
ter under 126 pounds has yet to be
proven.
t Dauber, who was in the money 10
out of 15 starts as a two year old and
finished second and third to Stage-
- hand this winter, is another fast fin-
6 isher. He's owned by the Duponts of
Maryland, who don't need the money
t and therefore is a good hunch horse.
Then there's Red Breast and Moun-
tain Ridge, a pair of sprinters and
r Chap, who might wallow home in a
e muddy track. In fact there are 103
y eligible entrants who will probably
d bring a record number of starters to
the post. But the horse to beat is
Stagehand and the only sure thing is
f the bookies odds.

Q-Did any other flingers work be-
sides the two starters.
A-Yeh, a portsider did yeoman re-
lief work for the Pale Hose, and some
gangling rook took over when the
Baron was chased to the showers. I
didn't catch either's name. They'll
both probably be back in the bushes
by June.
Q-Why.
A-Why, they were greeted with a
blistering salvo of basehits that rico-
cheted off the distant barriers. TheI
parade really started when they
moved in from the bullpen.
Q-And how were the arbiters.
A-Ya mean the umps? Blind
as bats. Why the big bum behind
the plate even forgot his smoked
glasses. He missed one on Poffy
by a country mile. It was grooved,
split the heart of the dish-and
he called it a ball. Why-...
Q-Take it easy, Mac. Remember
your blood pressure.
A--Why, take it easy? HAw can a
guy take it easy with a couple blue-
coated robbers out there! Why didn't
they bring a gun! It's more ethical!
When McBergen's celluloid collar
began to smoke, we politely begged a
pardon and made a hasty exit.
Faces Western State

Golfers Annex
Third Straight
Big Ten Match
Riess Shoots 73 For Lowt
Medal Honors, Captaf#
KarpioskiCards 74
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LA FAYETTE, Ind. May 2. -
(Special to The Daily)-Michigan
continued to find the sledding easy
at the West Lafayette Country Club
today as it trampled Purdue 16-5 inI
its third Big Ten golf meet of the1
season. The Wolverines now have a
record of three wins and no losses inI
Conference play.
Michigan took all but one point in,
individual match splay, garnering 14
in the five pairings. Only in the four-,
somes were the Wolverines hard-
pressed.
Reiss Shoots 73
Lynn Riess, Michigan's No. 3, took
low medal honors with a one over par
73 but was closely followed by Capt.
Al Karpinski with a 74 and by the
rest of the team, none of whom shot
out of the 70's.
The best ball matches found Michi-
gan dropping four points. The one-
two Karpinski-Bill Barclay duo were
blanked by Freese and David in the
morning round and the Riess-Pete
Palmer couple let a point fall to Pur-
due's Anderson-Bask team.
Karpinski Is Winner
Karpinski started off the proceed-
ings in the afternoon rounds to defeat
John David with his 74. Barclay fol-
lowed with a 75 to shut-out Capt.
Karl Freese. Riess then white-
washed Gene Anderson with his 73
as Palmer's 75 gave him a two-stroke
edge for another shut-out over Len
Baske. Tom Tussing, No. 5, had a 77
but dropped a point to Peterson kith
a 79, 2-1.
"The Michigan squad returns to Ann
Arbor Tuesday morning and prepares
for three matches against Wayne,
Illinois and Northwestern the latter
part of the week.
SUMMARIES
Michigan 16 Purdue 5
Karpinski (74)-3 David (77)-0
Barclay (75)-3 Freese (78)-0
Riess (73)-3 . Anderson (80)-0
Palmer (75)-3 Baske (77)--0
Tussing (77)-2 Peterson (79)-l
Best-ball: David Freese defeated
Karpinski-Barclay, 3-0; Palmer-Riess
defeated Anderson-Baske, 2-1.
WHITEIREAD LOST TO GIANTS
NEW YORK, May 2.--(P)-Burgess
Whitehead, the New York Giants'
regular second baseman, will be lost
to the team indefinitely,

By ROY hEATH
It was a wild week-end for the little
troup of wandering tracksters that
invaded famed Franklin Field for the
44th running of the Penn Relays.
Michigan came through alright.. .
but they didn't come through in the
good old Michigan manner. Michigan
is a form horse. Charlie Hoyt's teams
can be predicted with accuracy. If
Michigan is slated to take an event
they take it. If the event is close
there is that old bromide to the effect
that "when its close, bet on Michi-
gan." That settles close decisions.
But look at the goings on in the
city of brotherly love. The Wolverines
kicked over the traces and generally
disrupted the proceedings as they won
the wrong events and lost the right
Freshman Hurlers,
Handcuff Reserves
In 7 To4 Victor y
Holding the Varsity reserves to five
hits between them, Les Veigel and
Felix Karwales, Coach Bennie Ooster-
baan's prize mound duo, lived up to
all advance notices in pitching the,
freshman nine to a 7-4 victory yester-
day.

Trachmen Won Wrong Events,
Lost Right Ones At Penn Relays

ones. Take a look at these Michigan
performances. They may be the
shadow of things to come.
Fal Down In Relays
Michigan's relay forces after show-
ing brilliantly during the indoor sea-
son, faltered and all but flopped at
Penn. The distance medley brought
home a fourth and the two-mile
team caught a third'.
Big Bill Watson faIled by inches to
win his best event, the shot put, sur-
passed himself on every throw, but,
according to Charlie Hoyt, was tight
and stiff doing it. Disgruntled, the
mighty Negro ace outdid himself on
Saturday to win the broad jump with
a leap one half inch off 25 feet even.
His effort was the second, best ever
chalked up on Franklin Field. Eulace
Peacock of Temple bettered the mark
by a small margin two years ago.
Sehwar~kopf Upsets
Ralph Schwarzkopf pulled the big-
gest track upset of the year when he
flAshed out of comparative obscurity
to trim Don. Lash and Old Joe Mc-
Clusky. chwarzkopf barely man-
aged to get in the race.
Wes Allen, sophomore high jump
ace, failed to place after dogging the
heals of Dave Albritton of Ohio State
all season. The usually smooth Allen
was off in his timing to such an ex-
tent that after clearing the bar he
would knock it off -with his elbow on
the roll4

Meanwhile the yearlings hopped on
the offerings of Jack Barry and John
Heering for 10 solid blows, including
a long triple by Bill Steffon and a
double by Lou Held.
Leading the freshman attack were
Steffon, second baseman, and Howard
Mehaf fey, chatcher. The former
pounded out a brace of singles in addi-
tion to his three base knock, while
the ex-Kiski grid star added two
singles to the yearlings' total.
Earl Smith, diminutive shortstop,
was the only Varsity man to solve the
frosh hurling with any degree of suc-
cess, slapping a mighty home run: in
the third inning as well as a single.
Both hits were made off Veigel, being
the only two the starting freshman
hurler allowed.
During the five innings he worked,
Karwales held the upperclassmen
scoreless, allowing only t o clean hits,
those by Heering and Forest Evashev-
ski. Joe Goldberg's scratch single
completed the reserves' hit total.
Showing a fine fast ball as well as
a sharp breaking curve, the big Chi-
cago freshman struck out six men,.and
in two successive innings pitched him-
self out of holes, retiring the side after
loading the bases by his wildness.

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Kelley Carries On
Stan Kelley missed the boat in the
120-yard high hurdles but surprised
one and all by finishing third in the
gruelling 400-meter hurdle race.
Jimmie Kingsley tied for third in the
pole-vault with his best vault of the
year-13 feet 3 inches. Fred Martin
realized his life )ambition by hurling
the javelin better than 200 feet to
place third. It was no fluke throw as
he bettered 195 on every throw.
Walt Stone, who won the Penn
steeplechase title in 1936, returned to
the scene of his triumph to attempt to
reclaim from Indiana's Tommie Deck-
ard the crown which Stone did not
defend last year. The diminutive
Hoosier footracer was too much for
Walter who finished second as Tom-
mie repeated his last year's win.
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Burt Smith, stocky senior right-
hander, will draw the starting as-
signment for the Varsity today
against the Western State Teach-
ers nine. Burt pitched brilliantly
against Purdue in his last start be-'
fore being removed for a pinch-
hitter in the seventh inning.
Smith To Start

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On Hill Today
At Kalamazoo
Baseball Team Hits Major
League Pace With Four
Games In Six Days
Four games in six days-almost a
major league pace-is the fare for
Michigan's baseball team thisrweek
with encounter number one scheduled
for today at Kalamazoo against Wes-
tern State Teacher's College.
The following leave at 11 a.m. today
for this afternoon's game; Capt. Merle
Kremer, Charley Pink, Don Brewer,
Walter Peckinpaugh, Dan Smick, Fred
Trosko, Elmer Gedeon, Pete Lisagor,
Leo Beebe, Forest Evashevski, Burt
Smith, Ed Andronik and Herm Fish-
man.
Smith will Hurl
Today's mound assignment goes to
veteran, right-hander Smith, who
hurled so impressively in the first
Purdue game. Little Bucko pitched
five hitless innings against the Boil-
ermakers, yielded two hits and a run
in the sixth, and breezed through a
hitless seventh before he retired in
favor of a pinch hitter.
Smith had plenty'thatcold Friday
afternoon and should his performance
today show equal prowess, he is likely
to draw the starting assignment in the
Indiana game Saturday.
Today's Lineup
The lineup which started against
Purdue in the second game is intact
for today's tussle. In batting order,
the Wolverines will line up as follows:
Pink, cf; Brewer, ss; Peckinpaugh,
3b; Kremer, lf; Smick, rf; Gedeon,
1b; Lisagor, 2b; Beebe, c; and Smith,
pitch.
Tomorrow the Wolverines tackle
Toledo University at the Ferry Field
diamond. Russ Dobson, out of action
since the southern swing with a sore
arm, will start in the box for the
locals. Coached by Dave Connely,
the Toledo aggregation has won four
out of five games this year.

CLEVELAND, May 2.-(A')-The
Cleveland Indians took to the war-
path today in a manner befitting' a
first place club. In the small matter
of one inning-the fourth-they
shelled three Detroit pitchers for nine
hits and ten runs. The final score,
the Tigers admitted tonight, was 11-3.
The Tribe batted around 1 1-3
times in its big inning, knocking out
Jake Wade, who started and was the
official loser; Harry Eisenstat and Al
Benton.
Woodrow Davis finished for De-
troit, taking over at the start of the
fifth. Johnny Allen was the winning
pitcher.
CARDS DOWN CUBS
ST. LOUIS, May 2.-( P)-Despite
three Cub home
runs, the St. Louis
Cardinals beat Chi-
cago 6 to 3 today
with a 4-run, 8th
inning rally which
featured Joe Med-
wick's homer.
. .. It was the Car-
dinals' fourth vic
tory of the season,
with Lon Warneke
the winning hurler.
Consecutive home
runs by Ripper Col-
lins and Frank Demaree in the fourth
put Chicago ahead..
In the first of the eighth Collins
hit another homer.
SOX START EARLY
BOSTON, May 2.-()-The Boston
Red Sox hammered Harry Kelley, Ed-
gar Smith and Almon Williams for 13
hits and as many runs in the first
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three innings today to rout the Phila-
delphia Athletics, 13 to 1.
Meanwhile John (Footsie) Marcum
held the A's to one unearned run,
which came in the fourth after one of
four errors by Pinky Higgins. The
Sox infielder thereby tied an Ameri-
can League record for third basemen.
IT'S ABOUT TIME
WASHINGTON, May 2.-(jP)-Giv-
en a severe shaking-up by Manager
Joe McCarthy, the New York Yan-
kees came through with 10 hits today
and just managed to nose out the
Senators, 3 to 2. Joe DiMaggio hit
his second home run in two days in
the fourth inning.
WHO'LL STOP THEM?
NEW YORK, May 2.--(R)-The Gi-
ants ran their winning streak to 11
straight today as they swept a three-
game series with the Brooklyn Dod-
gers by taking the finale, 7 to 4. Cliff
Melton pitched six-hit ball to hang
up his fourth victory, while Jim
Ripple and Hank Leiber clouted their
fourth homers of the campaign.

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