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RDAY, APRIL 28, 1934

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wolverine

Nine

Routs

Ohio

State,

17-2,

Paulson, Artz,

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Petoskey Lead
Heavy Attack
Buckeye Hurlers Give Up
15 Hits And 10 Passes;
Wistert Hurls Well
COLUMBUS, O., April 28.-(Spe-
cial) -The Michigan baseball team
slugged its way to a 17-2 win over the
Ohio State nine at Columbus today,
pounding out 15 hits, and taking ad-
vantage of 9 bases on balls and four
Buckeye errors, to run up the high
score.
"Whitey" Wistert hurled for the
Wolverines, and although he allowed
them 12 hits the Buckeyes couldn't
bunch them when hits meant runs.
Michigan started the scoring with a
seven run splurge in the third inning,
routing Williams, Ohio's ace hurler,
who pitched a two-hit game against
Indiana last week. Ted Chapman
began the marathon around the bases
with a walk. Wikel aided the Wolver-
ine cause by committing two succes-
sive errors on ground balls hit by
Lerner and Waterbor. The errors
moved Chapman to third and loaded
the bases. The runners held on while
Oliver popped up, but Ted Petoskey
singled, scoring Chapman and Lerner.
Captain Artz cleaned the bases with
a rousing triple. Wistert walked and
Paulson's single scored Artz, sending
Wistert to third. Regeczi kept the
base runners going with a single, scor-
ing Wistert and moving Paulson to
third. The rally subsided when Chap-
man and Lerner, batting for the
second time in the inning, were re-
tired.
Petoskey Gets 3 Hits
Michigan scored another run in the
fourth when Waterbor singled, moved
to second on an out, and scored on
Petoskey's second single. Wistert con-
tinued to hold the Buckeyes score-
less' although he was working easily
on a big lead. The Maize and Blue
boys, remembering the Temple game
in which they blew a 15-2 lead, turned
on the extra base hits and scored
three more in the sixth. Waterbor
again led off the production of runs
by walking. Petoskey's third hit, Artz'
second triple, and another three bag-
ger by Paulson accounted for the runs.
Four bases on balls in the eighth,
mixed with hits by Chapman and

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tennis courts out on P
where to get off . . . it d
have and how many they
Back in the good old d
it seems, for men were all(
up their court to any wom
Then they began to ge
men were desirable; this w
women still had rights ove
combination with a fema
court of a combination th
gave up the courts to the l
But it is all different t
is by playing with women.
to be kicked off a court by
University, but it is worse
vacant, two University m
singles without dragging it
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tennis skill. Women j
better men players in tow
ferior players. Consequent
iorate, and the women will
It looks as though the:
men with that ruling, an
bureau . . . that is, tenni
have to travel down to Fer
I know that when the
Department see this they
the courts were planned fo
go blank well where they p
protest against the men s
netting while a couple of hi
male students can't have.

Weitz, Spartan
& BY-PLAY Ace, Continues
-By AL NEWMAN String Of Wins
Strength In Doubles Flay
E with increased interest the sign on the W.A.A. Isiargin Of Victory For
'almer Field. That sign tells the male element just
efinitely tells the men just how many rights they State Squad
haven't.
ays the masculine element was definitely desirable, By KEN PARKER
owed to play there just as long as they would give Michigan's Varsity tenns squad lost
en who came along and asked for it. its first match of the season yester-
en day afternoon after a rather see-
t up on their high-horse and limit the hours when saw battle that was decided by the
vas necessary on account of the tennis classes. The last doubles match of the day in favor
r the men in the matter of courts, and any tennis of Michigan State, 5 to 4.
le shuffled into it somewhere could demand the But the credit for the victory rests
at didn't. As far as I was able to observe, the men most heavily upon the shoulders of
adies with a pretty good grace. two Michigan State stars. One was
his year; the only way a man can get on the courts Stan Weitz, undefeated last year in
It has always been something of an irritation to me singles matches in dual competition.
The other was Rex Norris, number
y some lady not even remotely connected with the two man. Together they were State
yet to think that even if the courts are entirely Intercollegiate doubles champions last
en cannot indulge in a quiet and virile game of year. Yesterday they were responsible
n some female. for three-fifths of their team's total
score.
hen you come to compare the sexes in relation to Weitz Slow in Starting
ust aren't as good at tennis as men are and the Weitz defeated Joe Appelt, 7-5, 6-2,
n will simply refuse to play a dull game with in- after a rather slow start. Appelt, play-
ly, the brand of tennis at those courts will deter- ing number one yesterday, was lead-
not even know what a good player looks like. ing the first set, 5-3, but the last
y are just trying to force the women players on the game proved to be the hardest, and
d the entire set-up looks like a gigantic dating- while Joe was fumbling around for the
s dating. It seems that from now on the men will sixth game, Weitz got started, and
rry Field. took the set. Later, profiting on Ap-
pelt's unsteadiness, Weitz copped the
powers that be in the Women's Physical Education second set and match.
will emit snorts of high indignation and say that Norris had little trouble with Sey-
r just the use of women anyway, and the men can mour Siegel, winning, 6-2, 6-3. He
lease as long as they stay away. But I still want to teamed with Weitz in the doubles and
students having to look in longingly through the defeated Appelt and Bowles, 6-1, 6-3.
igh-school girls enjoy University privileges that the The remainder of the Spartan
squad was far from the calibre of
Weitz and Norris. And as a result the
t Wolverines cashed in on the lower
a six more the Buckeyes tomorrow in the second ranking matches. They took them all
scoring for game of the series. Art Patchin, star but one and evened the score, 3-3.
n the sixth Wolverine pitcher, will be on the Kean Wins Match
mound. Dan Kean easily defeated Willard
he Wolver- R H E Klunzinger, 6-1, 6-4, and did it so well
he Confer- Michigan ... .007 103 060-17 15 3 that Johnstone has moved him to
he heels of Ohio State .. .000 001 001- 2 12 4 number one position for the match
Struck out - Wistert 4, Blue 4, Wil- with Illinois today.
hio State's liams 2. Base on balls- Wistert 4, Don Link defeated Milt Eskowitz,
ld have an Blue 3, Williams 6. Three base hits- 10-8, 6-2. Bill Bowles took Bill Loose,
a win over Artz, Paulson 2, Lerner. 6-2, 6-3. And Howard Kahn, playing

Tennis Team Will
Play Illinois Today
Michigan's tennis team, with an
even break in its first two meets of
the season, will oppose Illinois this
afternoon on the Ferry Field courts.
The meet will be the first Big Ten
competition for both teams.
The Illini squad of Howie Braun,
Joe Moll, Bob Becker, and Harvey
Geist will be attempting to keep the
Indians' two-year string of Confer-
ence victories intact when they stack
up against the improved Wolverines.
Either Moll or Braun will play the
number one position while Becker will
start as number three and Geist as
number four. Moll and Braun will
team together for the number one
doubles team with Becker and Geist
as the second pair.
The Wolverine foursome that will
oppose the Illini team will have Dan
Kean playing at the number one posi-
tion, Joe Appelt at number two, Capt.
Clint Sandusky at number three, and
Ralph Baldwin at number four. Kean
and Appelt will start as the number
one doubles team, with Sandusky and
Baldwin meeting Becker and Geist.
BASEBALL
Lon Warneke won his third game
of the season yesterday by a 3 to 2
score, after going 11 innings against
the St. Louis Cardinals. The game
was won by Gabby Hartnett, who
singled in the eleventh after a single
by Kiki Cuyler.
611 other games in both leagues
were called off due to wet grounds or
cold.

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Waterbor, gave Michigan
runs, and concluded their
the day. Ohio scored one i
and one in the ninth.
Today's victory leaves t
ines in second place in t
ence standings, close on t
the league leading Illini.
Michigan disposed of O
two best hurlers and shou
easy time repeating with

sixth position, defeated Marshall
Goodwin, 6-0, 6-4.
Then the doubles came. Norris and
Wietz defeated Bowles and Appelt,
6-1, 6-3. Sandusky and Baldwin
evened it up, 4-4, by downing Goodwin
and Klunzinger, 6-4, 4-6, 6-1. Then
Siegel and Kahn, playing well into the
minutes past six o'clock, dropped a
drawn out contest to Loose and Link,
6-8, 7-5, 4-6.

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