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TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1945

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

T

Fisher

Irons

Out Last

Wrinkles

For

'45

Opener

Letter Brings GIs Up to Date
With Latest Flashes on Sports

Batting Order Revealed
For Bronco Tilt Friday
Squad Will Play G;rosse Ile Doubleheader;
Don Lund To Hold Down Clean-Up Position

By WHITNEY MARTIN
Associated Press Staff Writer
New York, April 9
Sgt. Joe Smith, Somewhere,
U.S. Army
Dear Joe,
I can just see you sitting back
munching Frankfort or Hamburg
sandwiches. Or is it Limburg? I
never could keep the names of those
German towns straight. Anyway,
when the Nazis said we had landed
tanks by air 70 miles from Berlin, I
said to myself: "That's good old Joe,"
as I knew if someone saw you para-
chuting down they'd mistake you for
a tank.
All kidding aside, Joe, we're just
popping our vest buttons in pride
over you fellows. You're taking those
towns so fast you have to say: "This
must be Kassel, wasn't it?"
Pick-Up on Sports
I'll try to give you a quick pick-up
on the sports news back here. As
you've probably guessed, the major
league teams are breaking camp,
with still little sign of who is what
so far as pennant favorites are con-
cerned. Even the Phils are given a
gold chance of finishing first. Re-
member when the best you could
give them was a good chance of fin-
ishing?
SourDodgers were blanked last
Saturday by the West Pointers. May-
be Mr. Rickey has been lecturing the
wrong squad by mistake. However,
that defeat doesn't mean much. The
Browns beat the Cards, too, but it
was six months too late to mean any-
thing. You can throw out these pre-
season games as easy as Ernie Lom-
bardi on an infield roller.
Nelson Still Tops
Byron Nelson still is making par
look silly on the winter golf tour,
while Sam Snead's game has had a
relapse. They should examine that
CORD
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Nelson for hidden range finders or
bazookas. He's just too mechanical
to be human. I'd like to see him blow
up some day and shoot a par round.
If he doesn't, they're going to start
making him play with a hockey stick
and feather ball just to even things
up.
Well, Joe, that's about all for now.
I hope that by the next time I write
I can give you some kind of line on
the major league races. Right now
the only line forms at the right. I'm;
trying to keep up wifth you in the
newspapers, but every time I skip an
edition I lose you. Keep punching.
YOUR PAL-WHITNEY
Tigers Win Tilt
From Chicago
To Even Series
TERRE HAUTE, Ind., April 9-U)
-The Detroit Tigers exploded for
seven runs in the eighth inning to de-
feat the Chicago White Sox, 9 to 6,1
here today and even their series at
two victories each.
The Bengals were outhit, 15 to 11.
but the pale hose were unable to
concentrate their attack on Al Ben-
ton and Bill Pierce, who took over
in the eighth. The Tigers jumped on
reliefer Joe Haynes for five hits in
their big eighth.
Joe Hoover started off the eighth
by grounding out, Carl McNabb walk-
ed, Jimmy Outlaw singled and Rudy
York fanned, but Roger Cramer
banged out a double, driving McNabb
and Outlaw across the plate.
Bobby Maier singled to drive in his
third run of the game, and he was
forced home when Don Rloss, Bob
Swift and Pierce walked. Hoover
singled. scoring two more runs, and
Pierce came home on McNabb's
safety.
The Sox counted once in the sec-
ond, but the Bengals went ahead in
their half on Maier's two-run circuit
clout.
Chicago scored once in the third
and twice in the fourth and added
runs in the seventh and ninth.
Pierce was credited with the vic-
tory.o
Hungry?
CHATT ERBOX
800 SOUTH STATE

TWO BIG STICKS-Bill Gregor
(left) and Don Lund (right) will
bat three and four respectively in
Friday's opening game against the
Broncos of Western Michigan. This is Lund's third year in the outfield 1
for Coach Ray Fisher, and last season Gregor was the leading hitter
for the Wolverines.
THREE-LETTER MAN:
Barclay akes Over Coaching.
Duties of Michigan Linksmen
Bill Barclay, one of Michigan's outstanding golfers from 1936 to 1938,
is the new coach of the Maize and Blue linksmen.
Entering Michigan in the fall of 1934, Barclay soon became a well
known campus athlete and before his graduation he held major awards in
three different varsity sports. Earning his first letter on the Wolverine
eleven, Bill alternated between the halfback and quarterback positions on
Harry Kipke's last three Michigan -

Announcement of the Wolverine
batting order for the season's opener
here Friday and -Saturday against
Western Michigan was made yester-
day by Coach Ray Fisher, who also
disclosed that he has scheduled a
aoubleheader for Sunday with two
teams at the Grosse Ile Naval Train-
ing Base.
Walt Kell, third baseman, will be
the lead-off man for the Michigan
nine as he was in several of last
yiear's contests. He will be followed
to the plate by shortstop Jack Weis-
enburger, who is a newcomer to the
team.
Gregor, Lund Moved Up
Veteran fielders Bill Gregor and
Don Lund have been moved up a
notch in the batting order, with
Gregor; last year's clean-up hitter,
in the number three spot and Lund
batting in the fourth position. Bill
Nelson, who completes the trio of
hitters, will bat fifth.
The sixth spot will be filled by
either Tom Rosema or Jack Hack-
stadt, who wil alternate at first
base. Dominic Tomasi, another new-
comer who will be playing at second,
will fill the seventh spot. and Bob
Stevenson will occupy his old eighth
position.
Starting Pitcher Undecided
The pitcher will bat last, according
to Fisher, who is as yet undecided on
his starting hurler for the week-end
games. However. he indicated earlie-
that Bo Bowman and Ray (Red)
Louthen would be his two starters
and it is expected that one of them
will go to the mound Friday. If Lou-
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then is given the nod for either
Western Michigan game, he will be
facing his old teammates, for whom
he pitched last season.
The two contests at Grosse Ile will
be played against the Air Service
and Naval Station squad at the base.
These games will bring the Wolver-
ine total for the week-end to four
contests. Fisher is anxious to play as
many games as possible before the
Illinois games next week on April 20
and 21.
Weisenburger Sprains Ankle
During yesterday's outdoor session,
Fisher's charges went through a
practice game. Joe Soboleski subbed
for Jack Weisenburger in the regular
infield, because the civilian shortstop
suffered a sprained ankle in Friday's
workout. However, Coach Fisher as-
serted that Weisenburger will be
ready to go in Friday's game with
the Broncos.
In last year's four game series with
Western, the baseball squad gained
an even break, winning the first two
contests and losing the final pair.
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football teams.
Barclay Played in '36
In the spring of 1936, Michigan's
golf mentor was a varsity linksman,
and that season the golf team cap-
tured the Conference crown. For the
next two years, Barclay not only was
a member of the football and golf
squads but he also managed to hold
down a spot on the Wolverine quin-
tet.
After getting his degree in 1938,
he went to Davison, Michigan. for
one year where he coached the high
school football and basketball teams;
and before returning to his alma
mater three years ago, he coached
these same two sports at the Cadillac,
Michigan, high school. Prior to as-
suming his duties as head of the
Wolverine links squad, he assisted
Bennie Oosterbaan in basketball, and
Fritz Crisler with the Michigan foot-
ball eleven.
Coach Is Confident
Commenting on the chances of his
charges for copping their fourth con-
secutive Big Ten title, Barclay said
that with Paul O'Hara, John Tews,
Phil Marcellus, and John Jenswold,
four of the five members of last
year's championship team back again,
the facts should speak for them-
selves.,
Barclay has participated in various
tournaments, and believes that con-
test experience is valuable to all golf-
ers. He won the Michigan Amateur
Tournament in 1939.
Cleveland Wins 16-1 Tilt
INDIANAPOLIS, April 9.- (iP)--
The Cleveland Indians made it two
in a row in their baseball training
exhibition series with the Indianapo-
lis Indians of the American Associa-
tion today as they pounded out a
16 to 1 verdict.

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