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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PR ESS
PASSES
-By BUD BENJAMIN -

tLooks Bad...

THAT BIG TEN-Pacific Coast track
meet, June 25, should be a great
affair. Luminaries from the two
toughest leagues in the business will
tangle, and the meet might be called
track's All-Star gome. 'Last year,
any midwestern feeling of supremacy
was rudely jolted when the western-
ers took the Conference into tow 92
to 44. They are strongly favored
again this season, although the Big
Ten contingent should chop that
margin down considerably.
Traveling with the California base-
ball te8,m this week on their eastern
trip was one William Fallon, their,
trainer. Ann Arbor is familiar ter-
ritory to Bill; he got his start in the
conditioning racket h e r e under.
Charlie Hoyt. Two years ago he left
to take the head job at Cal. Says Wil-
Lam in regard to the track meet:
"There's no doubt about the
outcome of the inter-Conference
met. The Big Ten has Watson,
Fenske, , Mehl, and Albritton.
Watson looks like a winner in
. the shot, Fenske is a sure bet in
the mile, Mehl in the two mile,
with place points possible in these
last two events. Albritton will
have a battle and everything else ,
s4 Pacific Coast.
"U.S.C. has three 14 foot pole
vaulters, 47 second quarter men
are abundant, crack sprinters
!. cm ieadozen, a Javelin
toss of 215( feet is not extraor-
dinary, the discus gets 165 feet
rides frequently. It's in the bag,"
he concluded.
A prejudiced viewpoint, no doubt,
but nevertheless we're afraid Mr. Fal-
lon has the dop'e.
TRAVELING: Ralph Schwartzkopf
sophomore two-miler, will enter
the special three-quarter mile race at
the Princeton Invitational Meet, June
18i Ed Kirar and Tom Haynie, ex-
captain and captain-elect of the
swimmers, will be Pacific coast bound
late in June to perform at a big swim
show in Los Angeles. Harry Rieke,
varsity backstroker, is Alaska bound
right now. Adventure, they say. Fritz
Crisler goes to Cleveland Monday to
speak to alumni there. He'll be in-
terviewed over the radio by George
Rich, football captain in 1928 and
president of the local, alumni group.
]ICKUPS: When they pass out golf
letters at Denison College, one
of the recipients will be Janet Shock,
ta co-ed . .. one of the finest amateur
golfers in Ohio, she overcame all ob-
stacles to "win a varsity berth .. . and
Is holding her own . . . Does anyone
know the whereabouts of Carl Fer-
ner, third baseman here in 1936?
Dick LaMarca would like to know .. .
last heard of he was in the St. Louis
Cardinal straining camp . .. Note to
Leo Beebe: We left you out of the
averages yesterday, Leo ... an over-
sight which we regret . . . and for a
guy who consistently hit in bad luck
you didn't do so bad .. it's .212 ...
Big games: the economics department
relegated the bacteriology squad to
test tubian proportions with a 17-run
inflation in one inning, we are told ..
the Union Busboys knocked off the
waiters 28 to 18. a participating friend
reports.

Softball Finals
Set ForToday
Phi Delts Oppose Theta Xi
For Fraternity Crown
Tom Harmon of Phi Delta Theta
will hurl against Tom Black of Theta
Xi when their two teams tangle today
in the title go of the I-M fraternity
softball league.
Wines Field, the home of the Ann
Arbor high school football teams, will
be the scene of action instead of Pal-
mer Field as was originally an-
nounced.
In the Independent league, the
Doughboys and the Wolverines will
play today at South Ferry Field for
the softball crown.
Bob Ross will pitch for the Wol-
verines, while Ed Thomas, Varsity
rbasketball star, will be on the mound
for the Doughboys.
The Triangle horseshoe team suc-
cessfully defended their title in the
fraternity league when they defeated
Trigon 2-1 yesterday in the final
round of this year's tourney.
Art Rissberger and Dick Johnson,
playing on the number one Triangle
team, subdued Tom Lawton and How-
ard Awig of the Trigons, 4-21, 21-20,
21-16. In the second doubles match,
Granville Conrad and Bill Blakley of
Triangle whipped . Cohn Weymouth
and Gil Van Schaik, 21-7, 21-8.
Trigon won the third doubles match
when Jim Lovett and Roland Athay
defeated Ken Evenson and Cliff El-
liot, 21-12, 21-8.
Oosterbaan Names
20 For Numerals
Twenty members of the freshman
baseball squad were named for nu-
'meral awards by Coach Bennie Oos-
terbaan. The squad possesses a great
deal of infield and pitching strength
which should be of considerable help
to the Varsity next year.
Those named were Art Bergeson,
Ridley Park, Pa.; Bill Cartmill, Ver-
ona, N.J.; Richard Gorecki, Stuart
Japinga, George Ruehe and Bill
Steppon, Detroit; Mason Gould,
Scarsdale, N.Y.; Louir Held and Paul
Willman, Indianapolis, Ind.; Frank
Jankowski, Grand Rapids; George
Knapp, Ypsilanti; Harry Kohl, Day-
ton, 0.; Walter Loerscher, Rochester,
N.Y.; Bill Luther, Toledo, O.; Fred
Rockey, Ann Arbor; Neil Muir, Dry-
den; Charles Ross, Cambridge, Mass.;
Gilbert Sauer, Buffalo, N.Y.; May-
nard Stoddard, Davison; and Les
Veigel, Tuscarawas, O.
Watson Leads Squad
Into A.A.U. Meet
Captain-elect Bill Watson heads a
band of 12 Wolverine athletes who
are taking a brief respite from the
pre-examination study period today
to travel to Grand Rapids for the
State A.A.U. track and field meet.
Those making the trip besides Wat-
son are Walt Stone, Stan Kelley, Wes
Allen, Jim Kingsley and Ralph
Schwartzkopf of this year's Varsity,
Phil Balyeat, Warren Breidenbach,
Bob Barnard, Jim Monahan and Don
Canham of Ken Doherty's frosh
squad, and Clayt Brelsford, who fin-
ished his Varsity track career last
year.
No Wolverines were enterd in last
year's meet but it is expected that a
goodly share of the first place medals
will fall to those making the trip to-
day.
Fischer And Kocsis Play
In Cup Matches Today

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When

15 men last year he looked to Ken
Doherty's freshman squad to fill up
the gaps left by the late Steve Mason,
Bob Osgood, Sammy Stoller, Stan
Birleson, Ben Starr, Clayt Brelsford
and 10 more lettermen.. That he
found the needed replacements is evi-
dent from the undefeated record cr m-
piled by Hoyt's Big Ten champs this
year.
Next year Hoyt's task looks to be
much easier than it was this 'year.
Instead of drafting more than half
his team from the frosh squad as
was the case this year he will need to
dig up only five or six replacements
for next year's aggregation.
Cushing To Shoulder Burden
Michigan's losses this year are
Jimmie Kingsley, Fred Martin, Walt
Stone, Jake Townsend, Sandy Far-
rell and Chuck Miller. All but Kings-
ley are graduating in June and the
Conference co-champion pole vaulter
expects to finish his college career via
the summer school route so that he
may enter Harvard Law School in
the fall.
With Kingsley ond Farrell gone it
looks like the burden of the pole
vaulting assignment will rest on the
shoulders of Dave Cushing, who will
be a junior, and the freshmen. The
frosh are sending up Tem Ogden,
Bob Buritz and Bernie Sisman but
the outlook in the vault is none too
promising.
Martin Hard To Replace
To take Townsend's place mens to
take over the number two iron ball
pushing and platter heaving job be-
hind Bill Watson, Big Ten number
one in both events. Bob Hook looks
like the man of '41 to slip in the
shot putting slot left vacant by Town-
send. Hook has the build for a
weight man and has pushed the iron
ball 45 feet as a yearling. Discus
prospects are not quite so good. Bill
Cochrane is the best looking of the
freshmen.
Fred Martin, who has consistently
thrown the javelin 200 feet this year,
will be another hard one to replace.
The Varsity has no other who can
touch 150 feet so the frosh with Bob
Michaels-Stern and
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take over the event. slightly over 50 seconds in setting up nour notice,

Stone will leave a void behind
Ralph Schwartzkopf in the two mile
but Brad Heyl, Varsity miler this
year, can be moved into the longer
distance with Joe Daniels, Jack Dob-
son, Ed Dickey, and Gil Stevenson of,
the present freshman crew ready to
step into the mile.
Miller's loss as a relay quarter miler
will cause no qualms for Doherty's
squad has plenty of power in the
440 distance. Jack Leutritz, Warren

a new freshman one-mile relay rec-
ord, are good enough to give this
year's Varsity a good battle.
Add to these yearlings Bob Bar-
nard, Paul Kromer, and Jim Mona-
han in the sprints, hurdler Jeff Hall,
half-milers Art Cline and Howie Eg-
ert and high jumper Don Canham
and shed no tears for Charlie Hoyt.
He will have another Michigan track
team which is just another way of
saying that it will be plenty good.

Re

.building Championship Track Team. Rowe Sent To Beaumont
DETROIT, June 2.-{-Walter 0.
alBriggs, president of the Detroit base-
To Give Charlie Hoyt Ltte rouble team, announced today that
To Gi VG Un li Hoy Litle roit blC'Lynwood (Schoolboy) Rowe, pitcher
who attempted a comeback with the
Tigers this season, has been optioned
By DICK SIERK }Hockberger at 160 and Perry Kimerer Breidenbach, Phil Balveat. and 3511 to Beaumont' of the Texas league.
n track coach Charlie Hoyt lost right behind will be called upon to Dobson,' the quartet which averaged The Tigers can get him back on 24-

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ST. ANDREWS, Scotland, June 2.--
(om)-The United States Walker Cup
team, undefeated holders of the fa-
mous International Golf Trophy, were
only even money tonight against the
most confident British team of the
decade.
Tomorrow's pairings include John-
ny Fischer of Cincinatti and Chuck
Kocsis of Detroit, former University
of Michigan golfers, vs. Harry Bent-
by of England and Jimmy Bruen of
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