SUNDAY,MAY- T, 1939
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
. _ _ _ _ _.
Five Records Fall As Trackmen Trim Indiana ,883/4
In 48 Seconds
Relay Team Wins Despite
Fall By Lead-Off Man';
Smith Captures Dashes
(Continued from Page 1)
off Grant's glove happened to land in
the hands of shortstop Tony Pyrz,
and the Michigan captain was thrown
The verdict was prolonged but two,
innings. Bill Hapac, easily one of the
finest center fielders ever to roam
the Ferry Field pasture robbed Barry
of an extra base hit when he ran
far to his left to snare the Michi-
gan hurler's drive, but Pink then
dropped a Texas leaguer over second
base to renew Wolverine hopes.
Charley then stole second but all
he did was increase his number of
thefts for Sofiak, next up, drew a
base on balls. Then Capt. Walt Peck-
inpaugh broke out of his hit famine
by planting one of Grant's fast pit-
ches into the deep right field corner
for three bases, and two runs scored.
After Lisagor's error enabled Mc-
Connell to reach first in the Illinois
sixth, the visitors' captain stole sec-
ond and scored on pinch-hitter Chuck
Farrington's line single, but the run
was only a signal for Barry to brace
up, and in the final two innings he
allowed nothing better than an out-
Iowa 9; Chicago 6
Northwestern 3; Ohio State 1
Indiana 7; Purdue 6
Michigan Normal 4; Wabash 0
Kalamazoo 93%; Olivet 44%;
Miami 66; Michigan State Nor-
Illinois 8; Iowa 1
Minnesota 6; Wisconsin 6
Notre Dame 6; DePauw 1
Purdue 7; Armour Tech 0.
Northwestern 181; Chicago 81/2
Iowa State 9; Illinois 3
Wolverines Golfers And Netters Vanquish Ohio State Teams
Hackney Puts Shot
55 Feet 11 Inches
MANHATTAN, Kas., May 6.-()-
Kansas State's Elmer Hackney 'bet-
tered the recognized American shot
put record with a heave of 55 feet, 11
inches today as Nebraska won the
annual Kansas-Kansas State-Ne-,
braska triangular track and field
"That will show Bill Watson just
who has the best throw of the year,"
the smiling Hackney said after
smashing the American mark on his
third preliminary try.
He had been bothered for several
days after hearing Watson threw 54
feet 1 qinches earlier in the season
for the best throw in the nation.
Hackney threw the shot 54 feet, 1%
inches at the Colorado Relays last
Today's throw brought Hackney's
record smashing total to 12 for the
indoor and outdoor season.
Track SuimmarIs [
One-mile run: Won by Trutt ();
second, Hedges (1); third, Barrett
(M). Time 4:28.8.
440-yard dash: Won by Breiden-
bach (M); second Balyeat (M); third,
Leutritz (M). Time: :48 (New dual
meet record, ties all-time Michigan
100-yard dash: Won by Smith (M);
second, C. Culver (M); third, Allen
(D. Time: :09.9.
120-yard high hurdles: Won by
Gedeon (M); second, Kelley (M);i
third, Olmsted (M). Time: :14.2
(Ties dual meet record).
8801yard run: Won by Trutt (I);
second, Hoke (I); third, Davidson
(M). Time: 1:57.
880 yard run: Won by Trutt (I);
second, Finkle (I); third, Boyle (I).
Two-mile run: Won by Schwarz-
kopf (M); second, Heyl (M); third,
Tolliver (I). Time: 9:41.5.
220-yard hurdles: Won by Hall (M)
and Kelley (M), tied; third, Cochran
(I). Time: :23.7 (New dual meet
One-mile relay: Won by Michigan
(Clarke, Leutritz, Hayes, and Faulk-
ner). Time: 3:25.4.'
Pole vault: Won by Cushing (M);
second, Fabyan (M); third, Mansfied
(). Height: 12 ft. 6 in.
High jump: Won by Burnett (I);
second, Canham (M); third, tie
among Mikulas (I),Pyszinski (M),
Feetey (M); and King (M). Hieight:
6 ft. 3 in. (new meet record).
Javelin throw: Won by Poorman
(I); second, Kimerer (M); third,
Baillie (I). Distance: 192 ft. 6% in.
(New meet record).
Shot put: Won by Watson (M) ;
second, Harris (I); third, Hook (M).
Distance: 50 ft. 10 ,in.
Discus throw: Won by Watson (M) ;
second, Harris (I); third, Penvenne
(M). Distance: 153 ft. 92 in. (New
Broad jump: Won by Watson (M);
second, C. Culver (M); third, Clark
(I). Distance: 22 ft. 7 2in.
Fast Boy Will Drive
DES MOINES, Ia., May 6.-()-
Bob Feller, 20-year-old Cleveland
pitching ace, won't need a chauffeur
when he returns to Iowa-he's get-
ting back his Iowa automobile driv-
er's license. The state safety de-
partment today mailed the license to
Will Feller, Bob's father, because a 90-
day suspension has expired. f
Again"18 8 /2
Victory is Eighth In Nine
Starts For Wolverines : [
yIn 4ieS Cards 70
By LARRY ALLEN
A powerful Wolverine golf squad
continued the winning habit that
Michigan State had interrupted last
week when it piled up an 18%-8% win
over Ohio State here yesterday after-
noon for its eighth victory in nine
starts, and its second for the season
over the Buckeyes.
The Michigan team was paced to
victory by the playing of number one
man Jack Emery and number four
man Lynn Riess, each of whom took
all three possible points from their
opponents. Riess was 'also medalist
for the Courtright contingent, put-
ting together a 33 and a 37 for a
The Varsity got off to a good start
in the best ball matches in the
morning, taking 7% points to the
Buckeyes' 1%. Emery and Loar
dropped one-half a point to the Carl-
Bellino combination, and McCarren
and Novak dropped the other point
to Montenero and Houser. McCar-
ren was medalist for the morning
round with his par 72.
In the individual play Jack Emery
got off to a faltering start, but soon
hit his stride and carded a 37 on the
initial nine, and went seven up on
Charles Carl who could do no better
than a 44. On the back stretch, Em-
ery again encountered difficulties,
and was not able to draw away from,
his man until the fourteenth hole. He
then went on to take the nine, three
Jim Loar did not fare so well in his
match, and the usually consistent
number two man couldn't shoot bet-
ter than a 79 while Bellino's 77 was
good enough to give the Bucks two
Palmer Loses First
Capt. Bob Palmer's record of no de-
feats in eight matches was marred
today when the junior captain drop-
ped 2% points to Chuck Evans. But
to offset this, Lynn Riess who has
had trouble with his game this sea-
son, hit his stride and garnered three
points for his mates, with a 70.
Playing his first match with the
Varsity Ed Hoagland blanked his op-
ponent in the number six spot. Fred
Dannenfelser also recruited from last
year's freshman squad was not quite
so successful and managed to get only
a half a point from his man.
Morning rounid, bestall matches,
Emery and Loar (69) defeated Carl
and Bellino (72), 2%-; Palmer and
Riess (71) defeated Evans and Gar-
diner (73), 3-4; McCarren and Novak
(70) defeated Montenero and Houser
Afternoon r o u n d, individual
marches, Emery (75) defeated Carl
(86); Bellino (77) defeated Loar (79),
2-1; Evans (79) defeated Palmer (80),
2 -1/. Riess (70) defeated Gardiner
(78), 3-0; Houser (76) defeated Dan-
nenfelser (79), 2/-; Hoagland (79)
defeated Montenero (80), 3-0.
Par Out ..........545 434 434-36
Riess Out .......553 334 433-33
Par In . . ..453 434 445-36-72
Riess In ......553 434 454-37-70
Lions Again Play
DETROIT, May 6.--(M)-P. M.
Thomas, secretary of the Detroit
Lions, announced today that four
Lion football games would be played
at Briggs Stadium here next fall.
It was also announced in a special
telephone message to The Daily that
the Lion stockholders had appointed,
the following officers at their meet-
President, G. A. Richards; secretary
to the president, Harry Wismer; vice-
president, William A. Alff; secretary
treasurer, P. M. Thomas.
Due to the inactivity of Richards
in 1939, Wismer, WJR sports com-
mentator, will be the nominal head
of the club.
Helped Wohcerines Win Their Ninth
Doubles Matches Clinch
Triumph As Michigan
Diies inp es; Drzets
In. The MaJors
Varsity golfers Jack Emery, Lynn Riess, Bob Palmer and Jim Loar
discuss Riess's sub-par 70 cafd that he turned in yesterday as his contri-
bution to his mates' 181-8N win over Ohio State, their eighth in nine
Matches. Michigan's only loss was handed them- by Michigan State who
were beaten two days later by the Buckeyes.
I (Continued rose2 age 1)
ning from side to side chasing well
placed forehand smashes.
The most thrilling match in the
singles play was the third first set
in easy fashion 6-1, but his opponent
suddenly came to life to win the sec-
ond 6-4. Then Kidwell once more
took control of the situation, and
copped the third and determining set
without dropping a game.-
Sam Durst, continuing his winning
play of yesterday, swept to an easy
victory over Johnny Janes, winning
6-0, 6-1. Ed Morris and Steve Wool-
sey found their opponents too tough,
and dropped their matches in straight
The Michigan doubles combinations
of Don Percival and Ed Morris, Jim
Tobin and John Kidwell and Sam
Durst and Steve Woolsey captured
all three matches.
1 The win, the Wolverines' second in
four Conference matches, gives them
a season's record of seven wins against
Washington . .024 212 010-12 19 2
Chicago......200 803 10x-14 15 2
Deshong, Alexandra, Kelley, Haynes
and Early; Knott; Dietrich, Brown
Philadelphia ... .012 101 000-5 11 "2
St. Louis .......051 001 00x-7 8 0
Parmelee and Hayes: Marcum and
Boston ........200 021 000-5 10 0
Detroit ........020 001 001-4 8 "1
Grove and Peacock, Gill, Trout and
New York.......031 000 100-5 8 0
Cleveland.......000 010 000-1 3 0
Pearson and Dickey; Sullivan, Dob-
son, Drake and Hemsley.
St. Louis .......000 200 000-2 9 0
New York.....201 020 01x-6 13 2
Cooper and Owen; Gumbert and
Chicago.......002 100 100-4 10 0
Brooklyn ......200 000 010-3 6 1
Page and Hartnett; Hamlin, Hutch-
inson and Phelps.
Pittsburgh ..,... 000 000 000-0 8 0
Philadelphia . .000 000 00 1-1 10,1
Brown and Berres; Passeau and
Cincinnati .....300 120 000-6 13 1
Boston ........011 002 000-4 11 1
Walters and Lombardi; Fette, Lan-
ning and Lopez, Masi.
Nu Sigma Nu 12.
Phi Beta Pi 8.
Frosh Engineers 16.
Senior Engineers 3.
302 S. State St.
O. D. MORRILL'S
324 S. State St.
Louisville First City Of Natin
As Derby SpiritRulesSupre
Race Itself Is Merely Part all won in the seventh." Ch
Downs in the afternoon was ar
Of Colorful Atmosphere and milling malesrtom. Throug
In lue Grass Country fully guarded by National Gua
who blithely displayed 18-inc
By MEL FINEBERG ber hoses, the track was not i
LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 6.-(Spe- nable. One-eye Connolly wa
for his 32nd (or so) derbyv
cial to The Daily)-70,000 horserac- buying ticket. Kids were defy
ing enthusiasts saw Johnstown work might of the militia by scar
out today with the 65th running of over fences; when guardsme
the Kentucky Derby as an excuse. close to capturing the culpr
Down to 3-5 at post' time, the bay spectators on the field would h
son of Jamestown completely exon- gendarmes in.
erated the form players by running Celebrities were in eviden
exactly as expected. He broke in Jolson, George Raft, Don A
front as expected, was leading on the Edmund Lowe and David Butl
back stretch as expected, and fin- produced the motion picture
ished as expected-in front. He won, tucky) and eight Senators w
held up but still going away from out for Louisville's homecom
Challedon, by six lengths in 2:03.2. Then Johnstown took over &
He paid $3.20, $3.00 and $2.80 to be- othen Jbhnswnearikg its
come the shortest priced winner since other derby was nearing its
Agile in 1905. Tomorrow Louisville again dr
With the big race over, Louisville prices and the vestiges of th
reverts once more to the carnival that still enshrouds it tonight
spirt that has paraded and pervaded next May.
the streets for the last two days.!______________
Louisville, in the blood center of the
hospitable south, has declared a three
day holiday at the expense of its
"guests." Prices skyrocket, rollick-
ing runs riot and gaiety is glorified as
the heart of the bluegrass country
gets a blood transfusion from the rest
of the country.
Hotels, with rooms ordinarily at
$3 a night, were sold at $65 per diem
and the reservations had to be for
Thursday, Friday and Saturday or
no sale. Orchids were $7.50 a piece
and cab transportation was $1 a pas-
senger. At 3 a.m. Saturday, three crap
games were going simultaneously in J
alleys off the main streets until the
game was broken when one player,
threw seven consecutive passes. One
hour later, four drunks took com-
mand at the intersection at Broadway
and Fourth streets (Derby town's
42nd street and Broadway) and were
completely and decisively tying up
traffic to the worst of their abilities.
A cop car broke up the festivities
while a sympathetic crowd roared
unharmoniously and in slightly oiled
voices, "Boo flatfoots."
Money flowed like the Kentuckians GIVE
say the Ohio river did last year. The
bell boys were making book on the A WELL-GR
race, bell captains were scalping tick-
ets and telegraph operators would stop
customers and ask tolook to see "who-
All second semester freshmen
interested in trying out for Varsity Free Pad
cheerleader report at 5 p.m., Tues-
day at the north door of the Yost 300 East Washir
Mechir (0) defeated Percival (M),
6-4, 6-4. Tobin (M) defeated Stein-
man (0), 6-3, 6-2. Kidwell (M) de-
feated Drooyan (O), 6-1, 4-6, 6-0.
Rosenthal (O) defeated Woolsey (M),
6-3, 6-1. Lewis (O) defeated Mor-
ris (M), 6-3, 6-2. Durst (M) de-
feated Janes (O), 6-1, 6-0.
Wins Trap Shoot
NEW YORK, May 6.-(A?)-Steve
Crothers, veteran marksman from
Chestnut Hill, Pa., won the amateur
trapshooting championship of Amer-
ica today for the fifth time, breaking
100 straight targets to nose out Joe
Hiestand of Hillsboro, Ohio, in a
four-way shoot-off for the title.
The Shine and Sheen
of Lustrous Rayon in
OUR EXPERT SHOE REPAIR
MEN will recondition your
shoes with invisible half-soles
in a manner that will amaze
you! We guarantee all remodel-
ing, repairing and dyeing. Call
us today for free pick-up and
SCHOOL OF NURSING
A PROFESSION FPOR
THE COLLEGE WOMAN
The thirty-two months' course,
providing an intensive and basic
experience in the various branch-
es of nursing, leads to the degree
Master of Nursing
A Bachelor's degree in arts, sci-
ence or philosophy from a college
of approved standing is required
for admission. For catalogue
and information address:
YALE SCHOOL OF NURSING
New H.wven Connecticut
'lking for Customers
Phone 2-1350 I
611 East William
. . M.......
ADVANCE TICKET SALE.
TOMORROW at "ARCH" SCHOOL and UNION DESK
$2.00 for FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1939
* Wedding Invitations
* Personal Visiting Cards, etc.
0 The better you swim; the
more you'll appreciate
Vassars. They're like noth-
ing you've ever worn before,
because they're like wearing
nothing at all! No binding,
chafing, crawling or readjust-
ing anywhere, no matter how
hard you swim, dive or exer-
cise. Just day-long comfort
and all-over support without
a bulky belt or athletic sup-.
porter! You actually don't
need either one of them!
High-luster colors in rayon
soft lisle next to $ 95
your skin.. .
Also mercerized yarn and $395
- Lastex with~fee Wovl inside
"TWI= \A/W- IDI n''tz TnKAr)QPr)\AP