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CH17, 1939 THE 'M ICHIG~AN IiAILY

Wolverine

Track

Squad Departs

Today

For

Butler

Bel ayK

Michigan Seeks
Sixth Straight
Championship
Gedeon, 'Watson Favored
To Win In Individuals ;
Hoyt To Take 22 Men
Michigan's 22 man track squad will
leave today for the Butler Relays, fa-
vorites to retain the team champion-
ship the Wolverines have won for the
past five years in a row,
Michigan will enter four strong
teams in the university relay section
of the Carnival. The one-mile relay
team will probably reign as the fa-
vorite as a result of its Conference
record breaking 3:18.9 last week at
Chicago.
The one-mile quartet finished
fourth last year as Pittsburgh, with its
John Woodruff, won, but the Wol-
verines have been strengthened no
little by the addition of sophomores
Phil Ialyeat and Warren Breiden-
bach to veterans Ross Faulkner and
Doug Hayes.
Two-Mile Team Defends Title
The only Michigan relay team
which will be defending a Butler
championship is the two-mile ag-
gregation. Tom Jester, Dye Hogan,
and Hod Davidson were all members
of last year's winning team and soph-
omore Art Cline is capable of filling
Bill Buchanan's slot.
The medley relay team lost out in
a tough finish to Indiana last year
but the Hoytmen appear to have a
great chance for victory if nothing
goes wrong.
Leutritz Runs
Sophomore Jack Leutritz is booked
to run the first leg, a quarter-mile,
and he will be followed in order by
a veteran lineup. Tom Jester will
run the half, Hod Davidson the three-
quarters' and Ralph Schwarzkopf the
anchor mile.
The four-mile team has two sopho-
mores in its ranks in Ed Barrett and
Karl Wisner. Brad Heyl and Schwarz-
kopf, booked for his second mile stint
of the night, make up the remainder
of the team which will be seeking
revenge for the ignominy of a third
place last year.
- Strong In Individuals
In addition to the team events
Michigan will have strength galore
in the individual events. Elmer
Gedeon in the high and low hurdles,
and Capt. Bill Watson in the shot put
are favorites to win their specialties,
while Don Canham in the high jump
and Al Smith in the 6Oyard dash
may, by virtue of their surprise sec-
ond places in the Big Ten meet, come
through with a win.
Watson will meet with stiff com-
petition from Elmer Hackney of
Kansas State who defeated Bill at
the Illinois Relays earlier this year.
Canham will meet up with Bob
Diefenthaler of Illinois who beat him
at Chicago, and 'team-mate Wes Al-
len, if the injured Wolverine star is
able to throw off the affects of sev-
eral weeks layoff due to an injured
knee. Smith will get most of his
competition from Wilbur Greer of
Michigan State, last year's winner in
06.3.
Other Michigan entries in individu-
al events are Stan Kelley and Jeff
Hall in the hurdles, Watson in the
broad jump in which he placed sec-
ond last year, Carl Culver in the 60-
and broad jump, and Bob Hook in
the shot pgt.

Doubles In Relays

What To Do With All His Infield
Material Is Fisher's Problem'
By HERB LEV will be shifted depends on how soph
It isn't the lack of infield prospects third sacker . Art Bergeson comes
that's worrying Coach Ray Fisher through.
these days as he sends his charges Two boys who insist that no shift-
through their daily workouts in the1
batting nets, but how to make the ing is necessary are Earl Smith, a,
most of the plentiful material at senior and sophomore Mike Sofiak.
hand.I They're after the shortstop position.-
Remaining from last year's squad Since the limited space in the
are three regulars, Elmer Gedeon, Field House doesn't allow room for
Pete Lisagor, and Capt. Walt Peck- home plate and three bases to be setf
inpaugh. For the position left va- up, definite plans for the inner de-
cated by the gr'aduation of shortstop fense won't be made till the squad
Don Brewer, Fisher has the products goes outdoors. According to Fisher
of one of the best freshman infields, there's little to choose between Step-
assembled plus some capable hold- pon, Bergeson, Smith, and Sofiak.
over reserves.

Lewis Submits Tigers Open Grapefruit League
To Check - Up Season Against Cincinnati Today
If Doctor Says Okay, He LAKELAND. Fla., March 16.-(RP) ing contest of the Lakeland series
Will Fight Dave Clark --Actual combat against an enemy Sunday. Harry Eisenstat and Archie
;starts tomorrow for the Detroit $Tig- McKain, southpaws, have been picked
DETROIT, March 16.--P)--The ers, the club opening its part of the by Baker to face Washington day af-
"Grapefruit League" season against ter tomorrow.
status of the title fight here March the Cincinanti Reds at Tampa, Fla. Veteran observers have gone so far
Pittsburgh, claimant of the light- Alton Benton, strong-armed right as to call the present Detroit clib
heavyweight championship, and Dave hander who showed a world of prom- the best conditioned Tiger team in
Clark, lanky Detroit Negro, was still ise in winning five and losing three recent years. The usual sore arms
in doubt tonight pending an exami- last season, and Paul (Dizzy) Trout, and legs have been almost entirely
nation tomorrow of Lewis by an eye the once noisy flinger from Beau- absent and Frank Higgins and George
specialist. mont, have beennominated by Man- Coffman, the only players not ready
Acting on orders of John J. ager Del Baker to do the pitching for to go, are out because of having suf-
Hettche, chairman of the State Ath- the Tigers. Paul Derringer, veteran fered unavoidable accidents. Hig-
letic Board of Control, Dr. Daniel of the National League wars, is sched- gins, veteran third sacker obtained
R. Donovan, and Dr. C. L. Tomsu uled to hurl for the Redlegs. from the Boston Red Sox, has a spike
today examined both men to deter- The game is the first of eight be- wound while Coffman has a leg in-
nine their fitness. At the conclusion tween Detroit and Cincinnati, the jury suffered when he was struck by
of the examination, Hettche said his series being scheduled to end at Cin- a batted ball. Both men are expected
decision as to whether the bout would cinnati Sunday, April 16. Starting to be able to play within a few days.
go on until after Lewis had appeared tomorrow Detroit will be playing al- In addition to Trout, Detroit's op-
before Dr. J. Milton Robb, an eye most continuously until camp breaks ening lineup lists fiur young men
specialist. Apparently believing the up on April 6. After that date, the who were not Bengal regulars when
examinatior over, Lewis attended a Tigers start the long trip north, play- the 1938 American League season
movie this afternoon. ing games along the way. closed. Frank Croucher, promising
Lewis reported that he felt in ex- Detroit will play the Washington recruit, will be at shortstop, replac-
cellent condition for defense of his Senators at Orlando, Fla. Saturday ing the veteran Billy Rogell who will
title and will meet the Griffs in the open- fill third base

Regulars Are Versatile
Of course Fisher could take the
easy way out and put Gedeon on first,
Lisagor on second and Peckinpaugh
on third, and direct his search for a
1shortstop, but fortunately the latter.
Stwo are a couple of versatile fellows
who would be at home almost any
place, so Ray can well afford to pick
out the best ball player for the fourth
__x. __ post rather than the best shortstop.
Gedeon on first is the only fixture.I
Hod Davidson, Wolverine senior His slugging ability gives him a big
who took a second place in the 440 edge over the other two candidates,
yard run at the Conference Meet Hank Greenberg and George Ruehle,.
in Chicago last weekend, will race one of whom will get his big chance.
on both the Michigan medley and when Elmer is away on track trips.
the two-mile, relay teams tomor- Capable Sophomores
row at the Butler Carnival in In- Lisagor, who hit .321 in the Con-
dianapolis. ference last season, likewise is too
valuable to beat out of a position.:
Pete played a very respectable second
Ferrell Leads Yankees base for the last two years, but in the
To 1-0 Win Over Reds past has also had experience at
shortstop, and the fact that Bill
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., March 16. Steppon, sophomore keystone candi-'
--(I)-Heading hopefully up the date is showing exceptional power at I
comeback trail, Wes Ferrell pitched the plate may lead to Pete's moving
hover.
three innings of runless baseball to- Peckinpaugh, with one of the
day and hit a home run which gave strongest arms in collegiate ball,
the New York Yankees a 1 to 0 shone at third last year, but is equally
victory over the Cincinnati Reds. capable at short where he played as
_ _ _ _ _ _ a sophomore. Whether or not Peck

1939 Baseball Schedule
Southern Trip
April 7 Wake Forest College thereh
April 8 Elon College theres
April 10 Washington & Lee U. there'
April fl Va. Military Inst. theren
April 12 U. of Virginia there
April 13 Georgetown Univ. therec
April 14 U of Maryland there

April 15 U of Maryland there !
Regular Season
April 21 Ohio State U. there
April 22 Ohio State U. there
April 25 Hillsdale College there
April 28 Michigan State here
April 29 Notre Dame here
May 1 Mich. State Norm. here
May 2 W. State Teachers there
May 5 Illinois here
May 6 Illinois here
May 9 Western State here
May 12 Indiana here
May' 13 Indiana here
May 15 Mich. State Norm. there
May 18 Minnesota here
May 19 Minnesota here A
May 20 Notre Dame there
May 22 Wisconsin there
May 23 Wisconsin there
May 26 Purdue there We have spent much
May 27 Purdue there t to the men
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