LY; APRIL 21, 1940
THE MTCTITGAN DATTAY
Track Team Wins Hoosier Relays; Nine Bows
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Ptroot' Wins Dodge
Discus Event WISCONSIN-5
In Team Debut Smith, 3b
Canham Is Victor In High
Jump; Decker, Cushing
Tie For First In Vault
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after a race which had been nip and
tuck from the start to the finish.
Canham, who has yet to taste de-
feat in his event this year, picked
up right where he left off in the
indoor season. The Oak Park. Ill.,
youth took top honors with a leap
of six feet, two inches, then con-
tinued on up to six feet, five inches
before deciding to call it a day.
Ostroot In Debut
Ostroot made his varsity debut
this afternoon after being ineligible
throughout the indoor season. And
the giant South Dakotan made it
a very auspicious debut, winning the
discus over Indiana's favored Archie
Harris. Ostroot then rounded out
his first appearance by placing third
in the shot put behind Harris and
Notre Dame's sophomore star, Cliff.
Decker and Cushing tied for first
place in the vault with John Dean
of Notre Dame. Decker, who has
been called the best vault prospect
in Michigan history, showed up ex-
tremely well considering that an
ankle injured in the Illinois Relays
kept him from practice for weeks
and left him in just fair shape for
this meet. The height was twelve
feet, six inches.
Cochran Wins oad Jump
The Hoosiers' great star, the ver-
satile Roy Cochran, came through
on his final try in the broad jump
to nose out Michigan's Carl Culver
by the almost infinitesimal margin
of one-fourth of an inch.
The biggest upset of the meet
came in the one-mile relay in which
the heavily favored Wolverine quar-
tet of Stan Kelley, Jack Leutritz,
Phil Balyeat and Warren Breiden-
bach was defeated by Notr Dame's
Of Saxer, 5-3'
Poor Baserunning Costly;
Dobson Routed As Bond
Shines In Relief Role
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MICHIGAN-3 AB R H 0 A E back in the very next inning. Howie3
Pink, cf 3 1 1 0 0 0 Radding hit the first pitch over sec-I
Holman, rf 3 0 1 2 0 1 ond base and Dobson walked Scheiwe.
Nelson, rf 0 0 0 0 0 0 Roland Amundson scored Radding
Sofiak, ss 3 1 0 2 1 0 with a single to right but Dobs.in got;
Steppon, 2b 4 1 1 1 3 0 Bill Cunningham on strikes. DickV
Trosko, If 3 0 0 4 0 0 Ellison walked, filling the bases and it, Lyle Bond, Clare junior, relievedN
Chamberlain, 3b 4 0 2 1 3 1 looked like trouble-something ,which starting pitcher Russ Dobson inG
Ruehle, lb 3 0 0 9 1 0 Dobson avoided by forcing Saxer to yesterday's Big Ten game and heldc
Harms, c 3 0 0 9 1 0 force Scheiwe at the plate and mak- Wisconsin to three hits and onet
Evashevski, * 1 0 0 0 0 0 ing Bob Schilling fly to left. run in five and one-third inningsf
Dobson, p 1 0 0 0 2 0 In the second it looked as though in a vain attempt to bring the
Bond, p 2 0 0 0 2 0 Michigan was going to start in again Wolverines victory.
Totals 30 3 5 28 13 2 just where they had left off. George 1_t
Wisconsin 011 200 001-5 Harms got a life on the shortstop's .
Michigan ......... 300 000 000-3 error and was forced at second by Gridders W ill
tDobson. But Pink hit a long drive1
Runs batted in: Steppon 2, Cham- blow would ordinarily have been good lit
berlain, Amundson, Radder, Smith. for a triple, but Dobson, waiting to
Two base hits: Stephan, Pink, Schei- see if the ball would be caught, was Rae H onored
we. Three base hits: Steppon. Sacri- only able to get to third. Holman 1
fice hits: Ellison, Holman. Stolen lined out to left but Dobson didn'tf
bases: Sofiak, Smith. Double plays: try to score after the catch. Sofiak Michigan's football team will fly
Saxer to Stephan to Ellison; Steph- flied out to end the inning. to Berkeley, Calif., next September
an to Amundson to Ellison. The Badgers picked up another in when it meets the University of Cali-A
Left on bases: Wisconsin 7; Michi- the third on Clarence Stephan's fornia next year, it was announced
gan 5. Bases on balls: off Saxer 3; double and Radder's single, and as- yesterday after a meeting of the
off Dobson 2. Struck out: by Saxer sumed a 4-3 lead in the fourth. Cun- Board in Control of Physical Educa-
4; by Dobson 2; by Bond 4. Hits: ningham singled to left and both tion.E
off Dobson 6 in 3 2-3 innings; off hands were safe on Ellison's attempt- The flight, first in University his-
Bond 3 in 5 1-3 innings. Hit by pit- ed sacrifice when Cunningham beat tory, had been discussed for the past
cher: by Saxer (Trosko): Losing Dobson's throw to second. Saxer two months but received its official'
pitcher: Dobson. Umpires: Lindsay forced Cunningham at third and the approval yesterday.
and Knode. danger appeared over when Schilling At the meeting it was also an-
skied to Trosko. But Capt. Any nounced that James Rae, basketball
quartet. Roy, the Irish anchor man, Smith scored Ellison with a single to captain and track aspirant, would re-
*taved off Breidenbach's closing center and Bond came in to pitch. ceive the Western Conference award
sprint by a hair. Holman dropped Stephan's fly in for proficiency in scholarship and
Indiana won the distance medley right field and Saxer scored what athletics. Rae thus becomes the third
and two-mile relays by great fin- proved to be the winning run. cage captain in succession to be so
ishes on the last lap. In the former, Bond pitched fine ball for the re- honored. Leo Beebe won the award
the Indiana sophomore Bud Tol- mainder of the game, holding Wiscon- last year and John Townsend two
liver outran Michigan's Ed Barrett sin to three hits and one run, strik- years ago.
to win by four feet, while Kane ing out four and at one time retiring Another announcement of import-
iosed out Hogan in the latter event. 10 men in order. Their last run came ance was the raising of Leroy Weir to
in the ninth on a single, a stolen base, the position of full-time tennis coach.
and another one base knock. At -present, Weir is only part-time
Steppon revived Wolverine hopes coach.
for a fleeting instant in the eighth At the same session, the name of
when he propelled one of Saxar's the hitherto-called Intramural Build-
pitches 410 feet to deep left field. ing was changed to "Sports Building,"
veryone is discussing. The wallop, which would have clear- the term "intramural" to be eliminat-
ur own reading. ed most major league fences, was ed from any future reference to the
caught on the run by Radder. building.
... Wright 2.50 Glenn Cunningham Trails Field
NLLEY.... Lewellyn 2.75
.FLler 2.50 *
Sjnajr FLller 2.50 In Final Fing At Kansas Relays
* . Christopher Morley 2.50 1
By 15-3 Score
Jack Emery Takes Medalt
Honors With 73 Cardi
On Wind-Swept Courset
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36 on the way out, and a one-overt
?ar 37 coming in. On the greens
iis putting was none too good, but
had the weather been a little warm-
ar, he would have broken par easily.
Ralph Zystra, Emery's opponent,
was no match for the Michigan man
and carded a poor 86. He was five
down to Emery at the turn and lost
the match on the 16th hole still
Riess Sweeps Match
The only other man to take all
three points from his opponent was
Lynn Riess who played in number
four position against Ralph Kortge.
He carded a 40 and 38 for a 78 on
the round, while Kortge could do no
better than a pair of 41's. Riess
was only one up on his opponent
at the end of the first nine, but
pulled away on the back stretch to
end up three and two.
In the number one spot for Mich-
igan, Captain Bob Palmer had a see-
saw battle with Captain Stan Kowal
and had to be content to share a
11/% point tie with him. Palmer was
one down at the halfway mark, but
he evened matters on the way in.
He shot two 39's while Kowal took
a 36 going out, but slipped up to a
40 coming in.
Black Tops Opponent
Bill Black, in the number three
slot, defeated Bud Tansey on the
round and took two points. Black
went two over par on the first nine,
but could only add a 40 to that on
the last round for a 78.
While the individual competition
was being held, the same scores were
paired off in best ball play. Palmer
and Emery blanked Kowal and Zy-
stra, 3-0, while the combination of
Black and Riess allowed Tansey and
Kortge to squeeze out % point to
the Michigan pair's 2% .
Michigan will go after its sixth
victory Monday, when the Wolver-
ines meet Notre Dame's team on
'the University course. The best ball
competition will be held in the
morning, and the teams will tee off
for the singles in the afternoon. The
Irish are captained by Walter Ha-
Kappa Delta Rho,
Theta X Victorious
Theta Xi's softball team came out
on top in a free-hitting contest with
Phi Epsilon Pi yesterday, 9-7. Bill
Wadsworth pitched for the winners,
with Duane Bennett receiving. Wads-
worth's triple and Ed Christensen's
home run paced the hitters. Dick
Ungar contributed three singles to
lead his mates at the plate.
Kappa Delta Rho swamped a weak-
fielding Tau Kappa Epsilon team in
the other encounter played yester-
day, 21-3. Don Crozat pitched for
the Kappa Delts, with Andrew Pav-
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Varsity Golf Coach
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CHICAGO, April 20.-UP)-The
Chicago Cubs got only seven hits
tod but the timeines:; of their
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back low along tli ground. Sense pitching by rookie Ken Raffenber-
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fingers of the left hnca. The left the St. Louis Cardinals.
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By keeping the left arm straight
as the ball is struck and for a cou-
ple of feet afterward, the club head
tends to follow through after the
ball and there will be no side spin
or cut put on the ball.
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Van Every With Packers
GREEN BAY, Wis., April 20.-(R')-
The Green Bay Packers, National
Professional football champions, an-
nounced tonight the signing of Harold
Van Every, University of Minnesota
halfback, for the 1940 season. Van
Every was on the Packer draft list.
Lee, Raffensberger, and Todd;
Warneke, Shoun and Padgett, Owen.
ST. LOUIS, April 20.-P)--Get-
ting tight pitching from Elden Au-
ker, the St. Louis Browns walloped
the Chicago White Sox, 11 to 1, to-
day in their delayed opening home
game of the season before 4,775 fans.
Joe Kuhel's home run saved the
Sox from a shutout. Rip Radcliff
drove in five runs for the Browns
with a homer and two singles.
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LAWRENCE, Kansas, April 20.- -
(/P)-The heart was there but youth
with its famous "kick" had fled, so
Glenn Cunningham won only the
sympathy of 12,000 spectators at
the University of Kansas Relays to-
He finished a stubborn last in a
special mile run, feature event of
the carnival which saw four new
records etched during a long after-
noon of competition by athletes
from 48 colleges and universities.
Leads At Half-way
By leading at the half, Cunning-
ham quickened the pulse of those
who were here to bid him farewell,
but Blaine Rideout came from no-
where in the final 220 yards to win
in 4:10.1 and erase the name of
Kansas' favorite athletic son from
the records of the 18-year-old Mid-
west classic. The Kansan's iark of
4:12.7 had stood since 1934.
Other record-bettering perform-
ances were turned in by the Univer-
sity of Oklahoma's sprint medley
quartet, Baker University's sprint
Riggs In Tourney Finals
HOUSTON,. Tex., April 20.-(P)-
BobbytRiggs, national champion, en-
tered the finals of the River Oaks
invitation tennis tournament today
by defeating Frank Guernsey, 8-6,
8-6, 4-6, 6-4. The victory over the
defending champion and intercol-
legiate titleholder from Rice Insti-
tute paired Riggs against Bitsy
Grant of Atlanta in tomorrow's
BIG TEN BASEBALL
Illinois 4, Iowa 3
Northwestern 9, Chicago 3
Ohio State-Minnesota, rain
relay team and four Abilene Chris-
tian College athletes who ambled
two miles in 7:48.4
But it was Cunningham a major-
ity of the spectators caine to see-
and honor. He preceded the mile
jaunt by announcing that begin-
ning September 1 he would be con-
nected with Cornell College at
Mount Vernon, Iowa. Previously the3
man who has ankled the fastest mile
in history said this, his ninth ap-
pearance at the relays, would be his
last. For the past three years he
gas been associated with the Uni-
versity of Kansas extension depart-
Blaine Rideout, wearing a white
jersey to distinguish him from his
twin brother in green, had a one-
yard lead over Archie San Romani
and Wayne Rideout, who were about
five yards ahead of Cunningham.
Boydston Wins Jump
Don Boydston, Oklahcuima A. & M.
high jumper for whom big things
have been predicted, captured the
event but failed to better the rec-
ord. He was a relaxed winner at
six feet, six inches.
E. Lee Todd, Boulder, Colo., ath-
lete, retained his decathlon title by
collecting 6,730 points, 183 more
than last year.
The former Nebraska school
teacher finished ahead of Uyval
Jones, Wayne University, Detroit,
who had 6,229 points, and Walter
Arrington of Michigan State, third,
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