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THE MICOIGANDAILY

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" By IRVIN LISAGOR "
Ramblin' Ralph Again,. ..
NOW-it-can-be-told-item: PhillyI
last Saturday must have been a
chilly place for Track Coach Charley
Hoyt because he thought he had lost
two of his sophomore stars. On the
morning before the climactic Penn
Relay races, Ralph Schwarzkopf and
Stan Kelly decided they'd like to see
Valley Forge, which is situated some-
where near Quakertown. So, bright
and early, the two boys hied them-
selves off to the memorable Revolu-
tionary War scene. Thinking they'd
be gone only a short time, they neg-
lected to advise their coach. Enroute,
Schwarzkopf told Kelly "I wonder if
I'll run today," as thie decision to
enter him in the 3,000-meter steeple-
chase had not then been made.
At any rate, the boys had a
great parading about the terrain
on which Washington's frozen
warriors camped, and not realiz..
ing the fleetness of time, found
themselves hours behind time._
Meanwhile, Hoyt, unaware of the
tour, was beginning to get wor-
ried. Here it was 2 o'clock and no
sign of either. Charley, 'tis said,
was fit to be tied when the errant
pair put in their very belated ap-
pearance. Forced to forego their
lunch, both boys were whisked to
the races and into action--and
both showed visible effects of
their morning constitutional. All
Stan could do was a fast starting
leg in the mile relay, while all
poor Ralph, hapless Ralph-f a-
tigued by the exciting forenoon-
could do was show his heels to
such veteran distance aces as
Durable Dn Lash and Joe Mc-
Cluskey in as surprising a per-
formance as has come out of the .
famed event in a decade.
Some More Rambin'
UGGESTED title for the drama
of which P. K. Wrigley, Dizzy
p.an's new boss, is the angel: "Whose
Lemon Are You," or "Oh, $185,000,
Where Are You Wandering To-
night?"... Hank Greenberg wants
to' bet Charley Gehringer two hats
that the Cubs don't win the pennnt
and that Diz doesn't win 25 games,
but. Charley won't take it-because
he can't use two chapeaus
Bill Braucher, Central .Press
sports editor, has already post-
ed Michigan as the victor over
Ohio State in football this fail'
. .. Berger Larson, who chucked
the Varsity nine to a Conference
title in '36, commutes between
Ann Arbor and Chicago each
weekend. to pitch for the Mills
Sempiro team in the Windy City'
. . . Vic Heyliger, who was re-
leased from the Chicago Black-
hawks because of sickness, and
whoklaments the loss of that
Stanley Cup lucre, Is assisting
Bennie Oosterbaan with the frosh
nine .
For turf fans: What's' the future
book payoff in case of a dead heat?
. Expect Guy Montrose Whipple,
Jr. along any day now with his Ken-
tuck Derby choice . .. Oldtimers are
pulling for Stagehand becaue he's
trained Jy grand Earl Sande, an ex-
jockey who's had more ups and downs
than an elevator operator.
Frosh Ball Tea i
Iriumphs Agar., 73
With bespectacled Lyle Bond, Coach
Bennie Oosterbaan's latest find, hurl-
ing one hit ball for five innings, the

freshman ballplayers successfully
turned back the varsity reserves for
the second straight time today, 7-3.
Walking four and whiffing seven
in his short tenure on the mound.
Bond takes his place with Les Viegel
and Felix Karwales as the "Big
Three" of the freshman staff. Mickey
Stoddard hurled the last four frames
and was touched for three hits and'
two runs by the reserves.
Before you go out
after that job --
be sure to read the new book,
just published, called MEN
MUST wORK, by Loire Brophy.
It not only tells you how to,
write a letter of application,
what to say in an interview,
how to get along in an officey
etc., but it shows you how tz
plan your whole career.
The author, one of the greatest
authorities in the emnployment
field, known from experience that
the man who succeeds in this day
and age is the man who has
planned for success. This book
shows you how to pick the voca-
tional field in which you can make
the most of your talents; tells how
you can meet prospective employ-
ers on even terms; points out the

Wolverii
Smick Drives
Over Winning
TallyIn Ninth
Danny Doubles To Score
Kremer From Second;
Fishman Saves Game
(Continued from Page )
and the result was a long triple
cleaning the bases.
In the fifth, Pete Lisagor walked,
advanced to second on a passed ball,
and slid home with the first run on
Burt Smith's single to center.
Came the sixth and another Michi-
gan run. Water Peckinpaugh and
Smick singled and Lisagor walked
again filling the bases. The run
scored when Leo Beebe was hit by a
pitched ball.
They tied it up ir. the eighth on
two hits, an error, and a passed ball,
Elmer Gedeon opened with a single
and advanced when Vandenberg
booted Beebe's infield roller. Up
came burly Forest Evashevski to bate
for Smith, and up came Mr. Bailey
with a wild heave putting runners
on second and third.
The stage was set for the "One
Man Gang," and his instructions were
to hit it in the dirt. He did, and
Gedeon scored the third Michigan
run. It was even-stephen on Charley
Pink's double into right.
Andronik came in to pitch the'
eighth, but wily Ray Fisher hustled
in Fishman after big Ed had one man
out with two on, a hit and an error
doing the trick.1
Herm had his stuff, and it didn't)
take the Teachers long to realize it,
He escaped damage in the eighth,
watched Smick lambast one in the
Wolverine half of the ninth, and then
complacently finished up with al
strong final inning performance to1
end activities for the day.
SUMMARIES1
Michigan AB R H 0 A
Pink, cf.............4 0 2 2 0
Brewer,'ss ...........5 0 0 1 3
Peckinpaugh, 3b .:.....4 1 2 2 4
Kremer,if .,......... 4 1 0 1 1
Snick, rf:...........5 0 2 0 01
Trosko, rf..:......:0 0 0 1 0 1
Gedeon, lb .. .....:4 1 1 10 0
Lisagor, 2b ..........1 1 0 2 0
Beebe; c .............3 1 0 8 0
B. Smith, p .....,....3 0 1 0 3
Andronik, p ..'.... 0 0 0 0 04
"ishman, p.........0 0 0 0 1i
*Evashevski ..........1 0 0 0 0 .L
Total..........34 5 8 27 11.
Western State AB R II O A
Floss, cf . . ..... . . ......5 0 0 4 0
Haire, 2b .. .. . ...... 5 0 1 24
Snyder, rf...........5 1 1 1 0
Abel,c ..............4 2 2 6 1
Vandenberg, 3b......2 0 0 3 1
Kovacs, lf..........3 0 0 3 2
Krueger, ss........1 1 1 0 3
Mershon,lb. . .. ..... 4 0 1 8 0
Bailey, p ............3 0 0 0 2
Selmo, p...........0 00 00
"McCook. ...1 0 0 0 0
Total..........33 4 6 27 13
*Batted for Smith in 8th.
**Batted for Bailey in 9th.
Michigan..,...... ..000 011 021-5
Western State ..... ,.010 300 000-4
Errors: Snyder, Vandenberg, Brew-
er,, Gedeon, Lisagor (2); '2 base hits:
Pink, Smick; 3 base hit: Mershon;
Struck out: By Smith 7, by Fishman
1, by Bailey 1. Bases on balls: Off
Smith 3, off Fishman 1, off Bailey 7.
Hit by pitcher: By Bailey (Beebe).

Hits: Off Smith 4 in 7 innings; off
Andronik 1 in 1/3 inning; off Fish-
man, 1 in 1 2/3 innings; off Bailey
7 in 8 1/3 innings; off Selmo, 1 in
2/3 innings.
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Walt Peckinpaugh, Varsity third
sacker, cracked out two singles
against Western State yesterday
and was robbed of a third when
Dave Ross, Western State center
fielder, made a sensational diving
catch of Peck's hard liner to center.

Go od Showing
Fails To Alter
Weir'sOutlook
By ART BALDAUF

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Day before yesterday Michigan's
Varsity tennis team Ypsi-doodled its
way to a 9-0 victory over Michigan
Normal and thus completed the eas-
iest half of its 1938 schedule. Tomor-
row they embark on their third tour
of the season, and play three of their
hardest matches.
Coach Leroy Weir, admittedly a
pessimist, 'does not expect to continue
his winning streak past this weekend.
He's kept his fingers crossed during
most of the season and is more than
grateful for the number of victories
the squad has turned in to date.
While the men realize they can't
expect their impressive record to date'
to see them through, they're still in
hopes of taking one or two of the
three contests this week.
Doubles Play Weak
Although weak in doubles, they
have been steadily improving.
Starting with an 8-1 victory over
Western Maryland on April 15, they
have come out on top in every one
of their seven engagements since then.
Of the eleven ,matches played they
have dropped only two. One went
to V.M.I. by a 6-3 score. The other
ws a 9-0 witewashing handed them
by the University of Virginia.
The wins have been varied. Three
were 8-1 slaughters, one was a 4-3
decision, three were equally close 5-4
wins, one was a comfortable 7-2 walk-
away and the last was the 9-0 work-
out over Ypsi.
Cohen Leads Sqhad
Hank Cohen leads the squad with
a perfectrecord of six wins since the
spring trip. Don Percival is close be-
hind him with four victories in five
starts.
Following is a table of the players'
averages since the spring trip with
games won and lost and the position

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Display Of 440
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Faulkner Travels Record
660; Fast Quarter Mile
ExpectedAgainst Illini
Michigan's quarter-milers held full
and undisputed sway at Ferry Field
yesterday afternoon as Coach Charlie
Hoyt groomed his undefeated Wol-
verines for their dual track meet
Saturday with the University of Il-
linois.
The practice session that was little
else but a display of 440 strength,
yielded much that would make any
coach rub his hands in high glee, let
alone Charlie who didn't have but
one dependable quarter man when the
indoor practice sessions began last
fall.
Yesterday'afternoon the supply ex-
ceeded the demand by two relay teams
and freshman performances featur-
ing big Jack Leutritz gave evidence
that Ferry Field would be glutted with
long sprint competitors next year.
Star of the Varsity workout was
powerful Ross Faulkner. The long
striding junior ace, running without
apparent effort nosed out Doug Hayes
and Harvey Clarke in a blanket finish
660 yard practice run.
Faulkner's time for the route was
1:22 which is moving at that distance.
"It was the fastest 660 anyone ever
clocked on this track . . . all three'
of them were faster," said Hoyt.
The phenomenal time Faulkner
ripped off indicated that a 'sub-48
second 440 is within the range of pos-
sibility against the Illini Saturday.
Big Jim Rae was the days second
quarter mile standout. Doing his sec-
ond 440 under Hoyt auspices, the
sophomore basketballer passed the
post in 49.9 ahead of three Varsity
veterans. Aigler, Abbot and Miller
who trailed the rookie in that order
all finished under 50.4.
Starting the race Rae broke late
and came down the straight-away
trailing the leaders, by four yards.
Coming into the stretch Rae poured
on the steam to move up through the
field on the inside. Shoulder to shoul-
der with him was Abbott whose drive
fell just short of passing Bill Aigler
in second spot.
Record Falls Again
As Leutritz Runs
:49.5 Quarter Mile
Jack Leutritz, ace middle-distance
runner of Ken Doherty's frosh track
team, has done it again! This time
he set a new record for the quarter
mile to supplement the mark for
the same distance which he set up on
the Yost Field House track this win-
ter.'
Yesterday under almost perfect
track conditions the big Saginaw ath-
lete breezed home in 49.5 seconds,
remarkable time for a yearling, as he
cracked the old record by half a sec-
ond.
Leutritz'record was set up as Coach
Doherty put his men through time
trials to determine a one mile relay
team to meet the Varsity reserves in
conjunction with the Illinois meet at
Ferry Field this Saturday. More than
pleased with the showing of his men,
Coach Doherty named three of the
four man team who will run Satur-
day. Leutritz, Bill Dobson, and Phil
Balyeat are the three nominces.

By STEWART FITCH1
Fundamentally football requires
the same playing technique from thei
player of each position. If a man is
a good player, he is good because he
can block, tackle, run and generally
handle himself well, not because he
can play a guard or end position bet-
ter than any of his cohorts.
In other words, a team should be
made up of the 11 best football play-
ers on the squad not merely an as-
sortment of players who can handle
that post only.
This is the contention of Coach
Fritz Crisler who claims that Wol-
verine fan~s will see his theory put
into practice next fall. No man will
be left sitting on the bench when he
is a better all-around player than
any of the men on the field. The 11
best men will be in the lineup.
Will Change Positions
If Crisler finds that among his
11 best he has too many guards,
tackles or what-nots, the remedy will
be simply to school the extra man
to fill the vacant positions. You might
contend that a tackle wouldn't be fast
enough to play the wingback posi-
tion, but the obvious answer here is
that if he's not fast enough for one
position, he can't expect to play any
other.
Crisler's method of appraising his
charges throughout the spring prac-
tice season is rather unique. Every
Monday the new grid mentor picks
the team mentally which he would use
the following Saturday if he had a
game to play.
While not desiring to disclose the
names of his choices, Crisler did indi-
cate that about a 1 alf-dozen of his
grid students have found their way
into his mental line-up pretty con-
sistently during the last few weeks.
Fritz Is Satisfied
Asked about his impressions of the
spring workout which to many ob-
servers has appeared as being con-
siderably ahead of those of several
years previous, Crisler indicated that
he was satisfied. He hastened to add,
Theta Chi Wins 11-0
For Third Straight
Behind the shutout pitching of
Dick Shroth, the Theta Chi softball
nine, climbed into the championship
flight of the I-M fraternity league
yesterday by beating Tau.Kappa Epsi-
lon 11-0 for their third straight vic-
tory of the season.
George Patterson, Don and Harold
Nichols, and Bud Dorrell slugged the
Has Been independent team to an 18-
7 win over the Pacers. The Has
Beens hit four home runs in this
game.
In another independent game, the
Dodgers eked out a 11-10 victory over
the Pink Elephants. Ed Daverman
was the wnning pitcher.
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however that a grid coaches' satis-
faction is a relative matter and that
in reality, a mentor is never really
satisfied,
"We still have a long way to go,"
was his way of putting it. But he in-
ferred that as far as blocking goes,
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"We can't tell very accurately what
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Each Game To Find Eleven Best
In Starting Lineup, Says Crisler

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Cleveland (A) '10, Washington 9.
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Cincinnati (N) 10, New York 2.
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