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THE MCHTGA flA~Y PACE TfltI!I

a tatll Lf .L asaVJ4/!d

olverine Football Plans Disrupted by Marine

Transfers

Prospects for Grid Squad Darken as
Hirsch, Negus, JDreyer Leave Campus

Nine Seeks T o Clinch Big
T en T itle in Purdue Game
Two lAsses iin Sattu rdIay's IDouibleheader Will
ihimp Wolverines into Runner-Up Position

Hume Twins To Lead Five-Man
Track Squad into N.C.A.A. Meet

Swimming, Wrestling,
Baseball, Cage Outfits
Also Hit by Navy Order
Michigan's plans for the coming
football season were dealt a sharp
blow yesterday with the announce-
ment that 11 Marine trainees, in-
cluding halfback Elroy Hirsch, would
be transferred to another base short-
ly after the end of the spring semes-
ter.
Up until this announcement it was
thought that Hirsch and the others
would remain on the Michigan cam-
pus through the summer semester
and thus be in the lineup for at least
half of the grid schedule.
Many Ends to Leave
Thosean the list for departure be-
sides Hirsch are regular center Fred
Negus; Earl Maves and Wally Drey-
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cr, both halfbacks who saw much ser-
vice last fall; Hank Olshanski, Fen-
wick Crane, Farnum Johnson, Art
Rennebohm, and Vince Mroz, all
ends and paractically all of Coach
Fritz Crisler's available flanking tal-
ent; and Rex Wells and Frank Kern,
guards.
Hirsch' loss will probably be felt
most severely by the Wolverines
coaching staff but Crisler was count-
ing on all the men listed for service
in the gruelling 10-game schedule.
The loss of the large number of ends
depletes that department to a low
level.
Other Squads Hit
Other Marines who have made
names for themselves in sports be-
sides football were also listed for
early departure. Coach Ray Fisher's
baseball squad will lose such depend-
ables as shortstop Bruce Blanchard,
second baseman Charlie Ketterer,
and first sacker Elmer Swanson in
addition to Hirsch and Rennebohm.
These men will be able to complete
the current season and were not
counted on for 1945. The chief loss
to Bennie Oosterbaan's cagers will
be star forward Dave Strack, voted

by the Detroit Free Press this spring
as the outstanding basketball player
in the state. Tom Paton and Wells,
both reserves, are also slated to leave.
Ace Cory, one of swimming coach
Matt Mann's star performers, will
also be transferred as will track
coach Ken Doherty's Jack Martin.
Ray Courtright, wrestling coach, will
lose Lowell Oberly, one of the main-
stays of last winter's championship
squad.--
Rain Postpones
ShisoX Contest
CHICAGO, June 8-(AP)-The
Detroit Tigers, who have lost four
straight starts to the Chicago White
Sox, were stopped today by rain in
the scheduled second game of the five
game series. Instead the series will
be four games, with a single encoun-
ter Saturday and double-header Sun-
day.
Tomorrow the Tigers will play Lt.
Comm. Mickey Cochrane's Great
Lakes Bluejackets in an exhibition
game at the Naval Training Center.
Ex-Tigers Virgil and Schoolboy Rowe
are members of the star studded cast
of Cochrane, former Detroit man-
ager.
Detroit suffered its first night game
defeat of the season when the Sox
took a 3 to 1 decision last night. De-
troit had won three previous arc
light games at Philadelphia and
Washington.
I NV EST IN VICTORY

By MARY LU HEATH
Michigan's baseball nine, j which
sports a record of six Big Ten wins
against no losses, will be out to
clinch its ninth Western Conference
title in 24 years when it meets Purdue
in a doubleheader at 1:30 p.m. Satur-
day on Ferry Field.
If the Wolverines can take a single
contest from the Boilermakers, they
will have a seven and one record and
a percentage rating of .875, which will
top the .800 mark of Northwestern.
Last week, the Wildcats completed
their season by taking two from Min-
nesota to move into second place in
the standings.
However, should they drop bothi
contests to Purdue, Coach Ray Fish-;
er's squad would have a percentageI
of .750 for the season and would wind
up in the runner-up slot in the Con-
ference.
Purdue Is In-and-Out
Purdue's team has blown hot and
cold all season. It has registered a
split, record in games won and lost,
taking tilts from Illinois, Indiana and
Wisconsin and losing to the Hoosiers,
the Badgers and Ohio State. The
record also shows a tie with the Illini.
If past performances are any in-
dication ot how the Boilermakers will
play Saturday, the Maize and Blue
can hope for a split with them, for
in no case have they been able to
take two contests from a single team.
Purdue Loaded with V-12
Purdue's outfit is studded with V-12
stars, among which are two pitchers,
Ed Timm and Jack Kennedy, who are
returning from last year's squad.
Timm has hurled for the Boilermak-
ers during two seasons previous to
this one, and Coach Fisher regards
the Purdue flinger as a "pretty fair
ballplayer."
Fisher also calls Warren Schue a
good prospect. Schue has been ca-
vorting around third base all season,
and is the fourth rmember of an in-
field which includes Chalmers
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"Bump" Elliott at short, and veterans
Jim Jennings and Aaron Martin atI
first and second respectively.
Purdue has played more games this
season than the Wolverines because
it is in the proximity of many service
bases. The experienced squad is also
quite large, and 20 men will be mak-
ing the trip from Lafayette to Ann
Arbor. Coach C. S. (Pop) Doan at-
tributes the size of his squad mainly
to the peak turnout of 140 possibilities
which greeted him at the beginning
of the drills this year.
Fisher is expected to start lefty
Bo Bowman and right-hander Elroy
Hirsch in the two games Saturday.
This will be one of Hirsch's last ap-
pearances in a Michigan uniform as
the big Marine trainee will be trans-
ferred at the end of the semester. If
he wins his game, he will have aI
record of six triumphs against no -de-
feats for a perfect record.

Bob and Ross Hume, Michigan's.
dead heat twfis, will lead a five-man
Wolverine track squad into the Na-'
tional Collegiate Championships at
Milwaukee Saturday.
Other members of the small but
select group include Jack Martin in;
the low hurdles, George Kraeger in
the shot put, and Dick Barnard in
the half mile.
The Hume twins will be entered in
their specialty, the mile run, and will;
be attempting to lower their 4:14.6

mark, hung up at the Central Colle-
giate Conference meet last Saturday.
The time set a new Michigan mile
record.
With expected competition stiffer
than in last weekend's meet, Coach
Ken Doherty hopes that his aces
may hit 4:10 or under in their pet
distance.
Martin is Big Ten champ in the
220-yard lows and will be out to add
to his laurels. Kraeger and Bar-
nard also have turned in several fine
performances duriig the season.

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