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, 1934

PLAY
BY- PLAY
By AL NEWMAN --
Ball Game.P..
* * * *
WAS CONSIDERABLY put out and
not a little hurt when I went to
the opening home ball game yesterday
afternoon and did not find President
Ruthven there to throw out the first
ball. Also no band and no flag-raising.
Probably just as well about Pres.
Ruthven, however. He might have got-
ten absent minded and thrown out a
snake.
*2* * *
How embarrassing that would have
been for the lads. They would have
had to play with a snake all season
so as not to hurt the President's feel-
ings.
Pitcher Patchin surprised all by
proving his ability to go the whole
route and do a good job all the way
through. His curve was breaking yes-
terday like your last match when you
try to strike it.
The first two pitchers for Mich-
igan State were sophomores. Or may-
be I shouldn't dignify them with the
term "pitchers" . . , let's just call
them throwers.
THE SECOND ONE was a lad named
Berg, from Hamtramck. He had
an enviable windup . . one that I
never hoped to see outside the comic
section. In the course of the con-
tortions, one of Berg's hind legs was
actually raised as high as his head.
* * *
It was an awe-inspiring spectacle.
Another majestic sight was a cer-
tain play pulled off by the Spartans.
There were Michigan men on second
and third, while Regeczi was at bat.
* * *
John hit a high pop-fly to a point
just behind the pitcher's box. All the
basemen came in under it . . . all sig-
nalling for it and shouting for it.
Then just as it fell, they all stepped
back, and it fell right in the middle
of the little circle.
* *, *
They all stood there stupefied by
the enormity of the thing. It looked
for a minute as though there were
going to be anargument.
*I * *
But it was quickly broken up, be-
cause there was nobody to protect
any of the bases; one man scored, Re-
geczi went to second, and the man on
second took third. The tragedy of it
was that they had the ball but there
was nobody to throw it too!
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
PLAY-BY-PLAY Appears

First Inning
State - Parker flied out
key. Fager flied out to

short. Regeczi bunted safely sending
to Petos- I Paulson to second. Morse threw the
Petsky.ball over first base. scoring Paulsonf

-Associated Press Photo
Glenn Cunningham, University of
Kansas star miler, is shown breast-
ing the tape, as he decisively beat
Gene Venzke of Pennsylvania in a
special mile race at the Penn relay
carnival. It was his tenth victory
over Venzke.
Small flats, A ubrn
Curls, Weakness Of
Harold t.homnas, _1
By MARJORIE WESTERN
Harold Thomas Ellerby Junior
much more commonly known as Tom
has seen Niagara Falls lots of times
and has even seen the chicagofair.
Also he is captain of the maizenblue
track team.
He wears a Phi Kappa Psi pin, pre-
sumably, although he spends much
of his leisure time with a sorosis with
auburn curls) is a member of Michi-
gamua, and uses Colgate's tooth-
paste.
No Tom Thumb
Captain Tom is 6 f't 4 by 180, with
somewhat of a tan although it is only
just May. He will go into Law School
after he gets out of Michigan, al-
though as a freshman he wasn't a
great success as a track star.
Rod Cox, '33, was responsible for
his early failures. Tom used to go
down to the field with him in his
freshman days, and "Play around
with the discus a little." But no-
body suspected that he could run,
least of all Tom. The next year, run-
ning in the frat. track meet, he was
spotted by Coach Ken Doherty, who
was so upset that they had missed
him that he post-haste summoned
Coach Hoyt and told him all about
it.

Brown struck out.
Michigan - Waterbor flied out to
Brown. Oliver flied out to Brown. Pe-
toskey beat out an infield hit to
Rouse. Artz doubled to left field, Pe-
toskey going to third. Wistert flied
out to Parker.
Second Inning
State - Morse flied out to Oliver
McCann singled to center field. Fied-
ler forced McCann at second. Fiedlei
stole second. Bartling struck out.
Michigan - Paulson walked. Morse
threw over first base,' Paulson going
to third. Regeczi struck out. Chapman
safe on Fiedler's error, Paulson scor-
ing. Patchin grounded to short and
both he and Chapman were safe when
Fager dropped the throw to second.
Waterbor singled to right scoring
Chapman. Patchin going to third.
Berg replaced Kronbach on the mound
for State. Patchin scored on a passed
ball, Waterbor advancing to second.
Petoskey struck out. Artz beat out an
infield hit, Waterbor and Oliver ad-
vancing a base. Wistert walked forc-
ing in Waterbor. Paulson singled scor-
ing Oliver and Artz. Regeczi's pop fly
dropped safe behind the pitcher scor-
ing Wistert. Chapman struck out.
Third Inning
State - Rouse grounded out, Wa-
terbor to Wistert. Berg was safe on
Oliver's error. Parker forced Berg at
second, Waterbor to Paulson. Fager
flied out to Petoskey.
Michigan - Patchin was hit by a
pitched ball. Waterbor sacrificed,
Patchin moving to second. Oliver
grounded to Rousetwho tagged Pat-
chin, but Oliver was safe at first.
Petoskey grounded out to first.
Fourth. Inning
State-- Brown beat out an infield
hit to deep short. Morse popped up to
Paulson. McCann flied out to Regeczi.
Fiedler walked. Bartling flied out to
Chapman.
Michigan - Artz singled to left
field. Wistert struck out. Paulson
fouled out to Morse and Artz was out,
when he tried to take second on the
play.
Fifth Inning
State - Rouse grounded out, Pat-
chin to Wistert. Berg struck out.
Parker flied out to Paulson.
Michigan - Regeczi was safe on an
error by Fager. Chapman sacrificed
to Bartling, Regeczi advancing to sec-
ond. Patchin struck out. Waterbor
struck out.
Sixth Inning
State - Fager walked. Brown sin-
gled to right field, sending Fager to
second. Morse was safe on Paulson's
error filling the bases. McCann singled
scoring Fager and Brown, Morse go-
ing to third. Fiedler struck out. Bar-
tling flied out to Arta, Morse scoring
after the catch. Rouse flied out to
Regeczi.
Michigan - Oliver struck out. Pe-
toskey flied out to Fiedler. Artz singled
to center field. Artz stole second. Wis-
tert struck out.
Seventh Inning
State - Berg walked. Parker forced
Berg at second. Fager forced Parker
at second. Brown walked. Morse flied
-gout to Wistert.
Michigan - Paulson singled past

and advancing Regeczi to third. Chap-
man walked. Patchin singled to cen-
ter field scoring Regeczi and advanc-
ing Chapman to third. Patchin went
.to second on Waterbor's sacrifice.
Oliver singled to center field scoring
Chapman and Patchin. Petoskey
doubled to right field advancing Oliver
to third. Hopkins replaced Berg on
the mound for State. Artz singled to
center yield scoring Oliver and Pe-
toskey. Wistert grounded out, Fiedler
to Bartling. Paulson flied out to Mc-
Cann.
Eighth Inning
State - McCann grounded out.
Paulson to Wistert. Roehrig replaced
Waterbor at short for Michigan. Fied-
ler flied out to Paulson. Bartling flied
out to Petoskey.
Michigan -- Regeczi flied out to
McCann. Chapman walked. Patchin
singled to center field, sending Chap-
man to second. Roehrig was safe on
a fielder's choice, forcing Patchin at
second. Oliver flied out to Fiedler.
Ninth Inning
State - Rouse grounded out, Pat-
chin to Wistert. Allman was safe on
an infield hit. Welsh flied out to Re-
geczi. Fager flied to Wistert.
BOX SCORE
Michigan State

Parker, cf.....
Welch, cf ...... .
Fager, 2b......
Brown, lf.......
Morse, c ........
Klewicki, c ......
McCann, rf ..
Fiedler, ss...
Bartling, lb.
Rouse, 3 b.....
Kronbach, p
Berg, p........
Hopkins, p.....
*Allman.......
Totals.......

AB
3
1
4
3
4
0
4
3
3
4
0
2
0
1
32

R
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3

H
0
0
0
2
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
1
5

PO
1
0
2
2
9
0
2
3
4
1
0
0
0
0
24

A
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
5

0
0
3
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
51

*Allman batted for Hopkins in the
ninth.
Michigan

AB
Waterbor, ss .... 3
Roehrig, ss .......1
Oliver, 3b........ 4
Petoskey, cf..... 5
Artz, rf ......... 5
Wistert, lb .......4
Paulson, 2b...... 4
Regeczi, if .......5
Chapman, c..... 2
Patchin, p .......4
Totals........ 37
Michigan State 0 0 0
Michigan 0 7 0

R H
1 1
0 0
2 1
1 2
1 5
1 0
2 2
1 2
2 0
2 2
13 15
0 0 3
0 0 0

PO
0
0
1
3
2
6
7
3
5
0
27
0 0
6 0

A E
2 0
0 0
2 1
0 0
0 0
0 0
1 1
0 0
0 0
2 0
7 2
0 0- 3
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A few days thereafter Thomas won
his first and most highly prized tro-
phy, for taking third in the Con-
ference quarter mile. This he wears
to this day on his "Watch chain, or
fob, or whatever you call it."
Has Had Pneumonia
When he was somewhat younger
he had pneumonia, but he played
football for two years after coming
to Michigan.. During the summer he
works for the U. S. Land Office which.
consists of surveying forests. With
the first money he ever made he
bought an automobile with assistance.
He probably wears the smallest
hats of any Michigan athlete, but
you'd embarrass him if you asked
him. As another phenomenon, he
keeps training faithfully, not smok-
ing, or dancing, and sleeping from
10 to 7.
Johnny Fischer
One Under Par
At St. Andrews
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland, May 1.
- (VP) - The younger members of
America's Walker cup golfing team
have decided after two pracice rounds
that St. Andrew's famous course is
just a "pushover." The oldsters are
busy warning them there is no more
deceptive layout in the world nor any
so likely to stand up suddenly on its
hind legs and whittle the over-confi-
dent golfer down to size.
Such youngsters as Johnny Fischer
of Cincinnati and Gus Moreland of
Texas, both newcomers to British
play, were inclined to make light of
the widely known pitfalls of the course
after their first encounter with it.
Fischer, who drives the longest ball
of the team of nine, blasted out
a gaudy 72, one under par, on his
second trip around the layout, whip
Goodman, despite four three-putt
greens, returned a 74.
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BASEBALL
Led by Hank Greenberg and Jo-Jo
White, the Detroit Tigers came from
behind in the eighth inning to de-
feat the St. Louis Browns 5 to 4.
Greenberg, who was lifted to the
clean-up position by Manager Coch-
rane, came through with three hits,
one of which was a home run, and
some spectacular fielding. White hit
in the winning run with a triple to
share in the glory. Fischer started
for Detroit and was relieved by Mar-
berry. Hadley, Knott, and Wells
hurled for the Browns.
The Yankees stayed a half game
ahead of the Tigers by virtue of a
10 to 5 victory over Washington. Yes-
terday's results:
American League
Cleveland 12, Chicago 1.
Boston 7, Philadelphia 2.
National League
New York 10, Brooklyn 9.
Philadelphia 11, Boston 6.
Pittsburgh 4, Chicago 1.

Summaries: Two-base hits - Artz,
Petoskey; stolen bases - Fiedler,
Paulson, Artz; sacrifices - Parker,
Bartling, Waterbor 2, Chapman; dou-
ble plays - Morse to Fiedler; left on
bases - State, 5; Michigan, 10; bases
on balls - off Patchin, 3; Kronbach,
1; Berg, 3; Hopkins, 1; struck out -
by Patchin, 4; Kronbach, 1; Berg,
7; hit by pitcher-by Berg (Patchin);
passed balls - Morse, , 1; hits - off
Kronbach, 3 in 1 1-3 innings; Berg,
10 in 5; Hopkins, 2 in 1 2-3. Um-
pires, Snider and Daly.
Informal Time Trials
Held With Normal Squad
Coach Charlie Hoyt's track team
held a sociable, so to speak, with a
squad of Ypsilanti thinclads yester-
day afternoon at Ferry Field. All the
Michigan performers were clocked,
but none of the times were released.
It was all part of the back-into-con-
dition movement Hoyt has initiated
since the disastrous Drake Relay ex-
pedition.
The weather was fine for the time
trials. Hoyt only hopes it will hold
out so that his boys can get in proper
physical condition for the Illinois
meet to be held here Saturday.
Willis Ward and Captain Tom. El-
lerby were out in sweat suits, but lim-
ited their activity to jogging, both
claimed their injuries were fast heal-
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