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THE MICHIGAN D~1LY _____

PA%.&E SJ~ThN

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(Continued from Page 1)
on Morse's fielder's choice and scored
on another fielder's choice by Qafner.
Teitelbaum walked and stole second,
in Michigan's half of the second, and
xvent to third on MeCaslin's balk.
On this play, Oliver had driven the
baIl over second, but the hit did not
count. On the next pitched ball,
Oliver hL to short jeft, scoring Teitel-
baum for Michigan's only score.
In the fifth Rouse walked, McCas-
lin singled, and Fawcett filled the
bases with another base hit. Fiedler
singled, scoring Rouse and MeCaslin.
Eliotwitz walked, again filling the
bases and McCann walked to force I
in the third run. Wistert replaced
Patchin after Fiedler's single, and
walked two men before he could re-
tire the side.
State got its fifth run in the eighth
inning as Rouse doubled Gafner
home aftei' the latter's single. In
two other innings Wistert was in
trouble. In the seventh Fiedler
tripled but the next three men were
put out leaving him stranded on~
third. In the ninth Kircher and
Eliowitz both singled but could not
score, although Diffley threw to cen-
ter field in an effort to catch Kircher
off second.
Michigan had unlimited possibili-
ties to score but did not have the
punch to put the men across. In the
sixth Braendle got on by an error by
Fiedler, Petoskey hit through short,
and Difiley walked, filling the bases
with none out. But Teitlebaum went
out on a fielder's choice, catching
Braendle at home, Manuel flied out
to short left, and Oliver flied to
catcher and the opportunity had
passed.
In the eighth Michigan again filled
the bases with a single and two walks
but saw their scoring chances vanish
as Dilficy and Manuel filed out and
Wistert hit to third base for a field-
Cr's choice. A hit here would have
brought Michigan back into the run-
ning.
Artz got his third hit, a double, in
the ninth as the first man to face
McCaslin, but Waterbor, J3raendle,
and Petoskey went down in order on
easy outs.
Michigan made its second double
pliiy of the season in the fourth in-
ning. Morse hit to Patchin who
threw to Waterbor catching McCann
and then whipped the ball to Manuel
retiring Morse at first.
Coach Ray Fisher was pleased with
the general defensive work of the
Maize-and-Blue nine but was dis-
turbed over the continued batting
slump. He plans a shakeup in the
team in an effort to inject some hit-
ting power in the lineup to face
Michigan Normal next 't'uesday.
Avon Artz drew down the biggest
praize from the coach for his con-
tinued good play. He said that Artz
is. the most improved player on the
team, both in batting and fielding.
His batting average ~.s around .700.

7olverine olf
Spartans9 24-3
Johnny F~sehett Breaks
or in Second Nine
'o1e~; Does It In 33
~y ED RICIIAIWSON
Tl1c large gallery following Johnny
~' ±scher dining yesterday's golf match
b2twcen Michigan and. Michigan
Ztat~, won by the Woiverines, 24-3,
wa.~ i ewmu'ded by Johnny's record-
b:-cakng comeback in the second
nine. 3oLnu y went out with the score
card showing three over par fol-
lowing ~omo p~etty spotty golf in the
yirst nine. The second round, how-
c.vcr, was another story with the card
::howing that Old Man Par had taken
quite a sound beating. The score for
the second nine, 33, betters the
cours ~ record for nine holes.
Dayton Breaks 80
In the other matches. the only
man to break 80 was Dayton, number
cwo n-ian on the Maize and Blue
quad. 5Captain Jolly was third mcd-
slist with an even 80. David, with a
cnanc.~ to come in with an even par
score on the second nine, got into
trouble on the last hole and took a
~cven for a 38, bettering his score
for the first nine by seven strokes.
In the team matches, the Wolves
had no trouble in taking the Stats
men for most of the available points
In the individual matches State
could get only one point, Clark tak-
ing it from Sweet in the first nine
although Sweet had the better score.
SCORES
Fischer................40-33-Ti
Markham 42-40-82
Riordan................5-41--3t?
2*Uiill.................44-41--8~

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Dayton.....
Jolly.......
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.44-47-tM
.45-43-88
.39-39-78
.42-38-89
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PaP: 36-36-72
Point Score: Team

Fischer,

BOX S
Michigan
Artz, rf.........
Waterbor, 2b.
Braendle, lf.....
Petoskey, cf.....
DitTley, c.......
Teitelbaum, ss
Manuel, lb......
Oliver, 3b.......
Patchin, p......
Wistert, p......

CORE
ABII
50
40
50
50
30
21
40
30
10
30

H
3
0
0
3
0
0
0
1
0
0
7
H
2
2
1
2
0
0
1
2
1

P0
1
2
2
0
6
2
14
0
0
0

A
1
7
0
0
0
4
0
0
2
4

E
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
4
E
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0

Totals.........35
Michigan State AB

Fawcett, rf
Fielder, ss
K.ircher, If
Eliowitz, lb
McCann, 2b
Morse, c
Gafner, of
Rouse, 3b
McCaslin, p

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0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
1

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POA
00
14
40
13 0
01
22
30
32
14

Markham 3, Turrill, Riordan 0; Day-
t~n,~- Jolly 2, Mitchell, Muelor 1;
Sweet, David 2, Clark, Herrick 1. In-
chvidual: Fischer 3, Markham 3, Day-
wn 3,.4 Jolly 3, Sweet 2, David 3,
(2ark 1. Total-Michigan 24; Mich-
~ga~a, State 3.
Keller epeats
PHILADELPHIA, April 29.-(/P)--
The record books of the thirty-ninth
Pennsylvania relay carnival today I
blazoned the names of two triple
winners and record-smashers-Lean,
blond Jack Keller, of Ohio State,
hurdling ace, and lanky, black-haired
Joe McCluskey of Fordham, the
'Iron Duke" of college distance run-
n irs.
Despite anything even closely re-
sembling keen competition in their
~-pecialties, Keller and McCluskey forK
the third successive year registered
sensational opening-day victories in
record time of 14.3 seconds, fastest
ever clocked on an eastern track and
only a tenth short of the world rez-
ord. McCluskey, setting his own pace
all the way, won the 3,030 meter
steeple chase in 9:28.5 to lower his
own carnival record and prove he
is in a class by himself as a steeple-
shaser.
It's no longer news when a high I
hurdler "breaks" 15 seconds but it is
testimony to Keller's remarkable
speed that the Ohio State flier is the
only hurdler in 34 years of Penn re-
lay history to better this mark more

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Michigan State
Michigan......

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Two-base hits-Rouse, Artz. Three.-
base hit-Fiedler. Stolen bases-
Waterbor, Teitelbaum, Rouse. Double
play-Patchin to Waterbor to Man-
uel. Struck out-by Wistert, 3. Bases
on ball-off Wistert, 2; off Patchin,

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3; off MoCaslin, 5. Balk-MeCaslin than once. He has been under it
Hits-off Patchin, 5 in 4 innings every time out for three ic-ar's, in .an
~none out in fifth). Losing Pitcher event which has featured the world's
-Patchin. Left on bases--Michigan greatest timber toppers since 1889.
State, 8: Michigan, 12. Umpires- including Frank Castleman, Keller's
Salvin and -Snyder. Time of Game- present coach, as well aii Fred Kelly,
2:25. - Bob Siirrpson and Earl 'I'h~m.pson.
Lyd~ MEND: SSOHN TI~eu~r~
1933 RAMATIC SEAS
'with
Tom Powers, Rose Mkb~rt, I
Violet Heming, Henry H~.AI,
Ang~ci Enters, Geoffrey ~ car, I
Violet Kembk-Coo~r, .~th
-. -- Bcirret, a~d Miss Ja~-~e ~
- ~ k ~ A hft

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