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1935

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

Eestern State Rallies In

T~ird To Beat Varsity Nine, 8 To 4

TeitelbaubnAnd
Regeczi Smash
" s
Teachers Get Even Break
In A Two-Game Series
With Wolverines
Avenge 1-0 Pefeat
Secory Leads illtopper
Attack With Homer And
Two Singles
~ALAMAZOO, May 23.- 0:1)-
a six-run rally in the third in-
ning that featured the theft of five
bases, Wyestern State College beat the
University of Michigan baseball club,
8 to 4 today.
It gave the teachers an even break
in the two-game schedule with the
Wolverines. Western State has won
eight games in nine starts against
tern Conference teams this sea-
son.
Michigan picked up a run in the
second on a single, a stolen base
and an error, and State tied it up
in. the home half. The six run at-
tack in the last of the third was made
on .wo walls, an error, four hits 'arid
fiv stolen bases. A home run by
Spcory in the fifth gave State an-
other tally.
ichigan picked up three counters
inthe sixth when Oliver walked and
scoed on Regeczi's home run. Teitel-
baum next up, connected for a sec-
ond SomerOR
B0X SCORE

,Foota W ll ctdned
On Foot btil Schedule

Although the complete
igan schedule for 1937
will not be officially relea
tomorrow, the Wolverines
tinue with their home a
arrangement with the U
of Pennsylvania, it was ar
yesterday by Phil Pack,
Publicity Director. The
mcnt will bring the Pen
ians here in 1937 and Mich
travel to Philadelphia in
Thompson A
Yutra Del
Michigan

ed Mich-
and 1938
sed until
will con-
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7niversity
nnounced
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Varsity Seeks
Second Vietory
Over Wildcats
Gee Is Expected To Hurl
A gains Northwestern
At EvanI.ton
Big John Gee is expected to pitch
against Northwestern today at Evan-
ston in the second game of the Var-
sity's four-game road trip.
Michigan walloped Northwestern inI
the only other meeting of the teams,
10-4, behind the good pitching of
Art Patchin. Only the hard hitting
of Al Pederson, Wildcat right fielder
and clean-up batter, kept Patchin
from shutting out his opponents. Pe-
derson's two triples and a home run
accounted for all four of Northwest-
ern's runs. Tom Woods, who faced
the Wolverines in the earlier game,
may take the mound again today.
Michigan will rise above the .500
mark with a victory today. The Wol-
verines have won four games and lost
four in Big Ten competition so far
this season.
Northweastern, although low in the
Conference' standings, has defeated
Wisconsin and the high-ranking Chi-
cago team impressively in its last
two games.
After today's game the Varsity goes
to Madison for two contests with the
Badgers tomorrow-one in the morn-
ing and one in the afternoon.
The final home game of the sea-
son will be played here with Michigan
State Tuesday.

Will Lead Varsity

Give Numerals
To 17 Yearling
:a~a M-

Two Last Year weight Champs
Dgfepd Confer ence Titles Here

P 1 Y l IY l ii By GEORGE J. ANDlIOS Proving with every meet so far this
The big meh of the Conference year. Jay Berwanger of Chicago, Ed
n trk teams, those who go throh Skornski of Purdue, and Mike Savage,
Coach Bennie Oosterbaanannoun-trackto t Marty Alexander, and Mel Silveman
ed yesterday that baseball numerals a seriestof funny motions and enM Michigan rill battle for the other
will be awarded 17 freshmen. Fresh- UPIb tossin sc, aveliu, o places.
shot put-out into space, are due to
men baseball practice was concluded hitch up in a series of duels in the The javelin event will find Ed
Wednesday afternoon with a nine in- clhampionships starting today. Horne of Northwestern and Vine Van
ning practice game with the Varsity. Defending champions are back this Mter of Illinois battling for second
Those who are to receive their num- year in two of the three events, with place behind Panther, whose best toss
erals are Edmund Andronik, Nor- bth, Mark Panther of Iowa and this year, 201 feet, tops the 191-fcot
Westley Busbee of Indiana, winners
walk, Conn.; Walter Bietila, Ish- i the javel and discus respective-ffortsOf the other two. Bernie
pening, Mich.; Lester Brauser, Brad- ly last year, given cances to repeat. Schlanger of Wisconsin, and dam
ford. Pa.. Donald Brewer. Detroit:; ,,.-----x . Stone and Bob Kositchek of Michigan

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Western State
Neuman, 3b
Barnabo, 2b
Miller, lb....
Emery, c . .
14ibbard, 1f ..
146'nry, cf . . . .
Yillspaugh, ss
Sauer, rf ....
Dietz, p ......
Totals ...

AB R
..5 0
. 5 1
. 3 1
. . ..4 1
. 3 2
. 3 2
.. 4 0
....3 1
.34 0
.34 8

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chigan AB
Fr,3b.........4
1ud ess, cf......3
Paulson, 2b4.....4
Qliver, lb........3
legeczi, if4.......4
'Teitelbaum, s....4
Lerner, rf........4
Williams, c........4
11yers, p .........2
laatchin, p ........1
Larson, p ........1

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ball combination could get a birdie'
that one of the others could not
match until the ninth, where Fischer
had the best drive and most accur-
ate approach of the four. Kocsis
was in the trap to the left of the
green with his iron second, but re-
covered beautifully and sunk his put
for a four. Fischer two-putted for
four, while Dutra and Thompson both,
failed on relatively short attempts,
and the Michigan duo made the turn,
one-up. Thompson and Kocsis were
even par, Fischer was one under, and
Dutra three over at the end of the
nine.
Thompson seemedl to falter momen-
tarily at the commencement of the
second nine when he was four over
par on the first three holes, but Dutra
backed him up with a steady and at
times brilliant display of golf that
prevented Fischer and Kocsis from
talping advantage of the long driving
pro's lapse. Thompson came back
on number 13, however, to play the
remaining six holes in one under per-
feet figures and finish with a 38.
Dutra played the last nine in one
under par and had a medal score of
74 for the afternoon, as did Thomp-
son and Kocsis. Fischer was low
medalist of the day with a 73, put-
ting a second nine 38 together with
his first nine 35 for a card that was
one over par*
Commenting on the match, Dutra,
present national open champion, said
that it had been very close and when
asked about Fischer gnd Kocsis re-
plied that he considered them among
the first six amateurs in the country.
Dutra added that the course was one
of the country's best and that it
would undoubtedly become a great
tournament course with the devel-
opment of the rough and clubhouse
facilities.
F[st Looks Askance
At Zuppke's Program
Athletic Director Fielding H. Yost
differs with Bob Zuppke, Illinois
coach who is in Ann Arbor for' the
coaches meeting. Zuppke was report-
ed yesterday to be pushing a new
program calling for widening of the
playing field. He claimed that the
present width is too small to-give his
new play the "flying trapeze" which
consists of a 50-yard lateral followed
by a 50-yard forward pass room to be
successfully performed.
According to Yost if the playing
fields were made any wider the sta-
diums would have to be moved. With
the huge bowls which most Universi-
ties have erected, which were built
just wide enough to enclose the reg-
ulation playing field with a few yards
leeway on either side it would make
a rather expensive proposition, Yost

AV U, 1.C., L ACA 1 G , L iV
Loren Greenblatt, Winnetka, Ill.;{
Robert Campbell, Ionia, Mich.; Her-
man Fishman, Detroit.
Robert Harnden, Saginaw; Merle
Kremer, Conneaut. Ohio; William
Lane, Detroit; Robert McFayden,
Montclair, N. J.; Fritz Radford, Ann
Arbor; Stark Ritchie, Battle Creek;
Manuel Slavin, Cleveland, Ohio;
James Smith, Detroit; John Smithers,
Elkhart, Ind.; Ernest Tanzer, Perry,
N. Y., also will receive awards.

Only in one even , the discus, where
Skip Etchells holds sway, has a Mich-
igan man a chance to win. Ius-
bee won from Etchells last year with
a toss of 145 feet, 10 inches, but the
Michigan junior has made the best
aistan eto date this year at 142
feet, 10 inches. Busbee's farthest toss
this teason has been 141 feet, 8 inches.
The third place winner last year,
Irvin Rubow of Wisconsin, threatens
the leaders with a throw of 139 feet,
412 inches. Rubow is particularly
dangerous in that he has been im-

t '

should male it interesting for Horne
and Van Meter.
The shot put apr-ears to be a wilde-
open affair between three men
with George NHai of fclio Sta-e a
very slight favorite over Rubow and
Ed Christianson of Wisconsin. Skorn-
ski, Busbee, and' Bil Frieumutth of
Minnesota are much too close be-
hind the leaders to warrant taking
them out of consideration. Satur-
day's winning toss should eclipse 48
feet.

I-M Sports

The Intramural sports building will
be closed from 12:30 p.m. to 4:30
p.m. today because of the Big Ten
track meet.
While their pitching trio composed
of Bob Hill, Jack Palmer, and Dick
Evans, was holding Delta Sigma Delta
to four runs, the Chi Psi sluggers bat-
ted in 13 runs to win their semi-final
game, 13-4. Evans, the last of the
three to baffle the Delta Sigma Delta
batters, struck out the last five men
to face him, thereby overshadowing
the feats of his two predecessors.
Guard Slocum, aided by some very
good support in the field, pitched
Phi Kappa Psi to a 11-8 victory over
Delta Tau Delta. Fred Schwarze'
hit a home run for the winners.

'

Captain Harvey Smith will lead
the Michigan thack team in its
attempt to win the Big Ten track
title today and will be entering
his last meet as a member of the
Wolverine squad.
Smith will run in the 880-yard
run and the mile. Although Lash
of Indiana is favored to win the
longer race, it is highly possible
that the Michigan runner will up-
set him and carry off first place!
honors.
Major League Scores
National League
Chicago 6, New York 4.
St. Louis 8, Brooklyn 7.
Pittsburgh 7, Boston 1.
Philadelphia-Cincinnati, no game.
American League
Detroit 5 Boston 3.
All other games rained out.

BIG$SLE
GOING STRONG
Michaels Stern Suits
25% Off
$25.00 SUITS... $18.75
$30.0-0 SUITS .. $22.50
$35.OO SUITS ... $26.25
MANHATTAN SHIRT SALE
The 1.95 DUKE, 2 for $2.95
The 2.50 Austin, 2 for $3.75
Sanforized Shirts, 3 for 3.50
WALK A FEW STEPS
4ND SAVE DOLLARS
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116 East Liberty Street

SALE!
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"Topcoats"

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English Riding Boots
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Totals ........34 4 7 24 10 3]
Score by innings -
Michigan ..........010 003 000-4
Western State ......016 010 00*-8
Home runs - Secory, Regeczi, 'ei-
telbaum.
Three base hits - Deitz, Paulson.
Two base hits - Nauman.
Fits off Myers: 9 in 4 1/3 innings;
of Patchin 1 in 1 2/3 innings; off
Larson 1 in 2 innings. Sacrifice hits:
giller. Stolen bases: Salter 2; e-
ory 2; Hubbard, Ford, Regeczi. Double
plays, Western State: Millspaugh to
$arnado to Miller.
Struck out by Myers 5; Patchin
1; Larson 3; Dietz 7.
Bases on balls: Off Myers 3; off
Dietz 3.
Passed ball: Williams.
Umpires: Vick and Lavan.
PROSPERITY COMES
Prosperity, or optimism, note:
'hree Boston baseball writers ac-
cmpanied the Red Sox on their west-
ern swing this spring, first time since
1624 that more than one Beantown
scripe had followed the team west. f

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Sport Sox 35c ea. or 4 for $1

Sport Shorts .

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Sport Belts

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Sleeveless Sweater

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Cotton Slacke $155 to 2.95
Wash Ties 35c, 3 for $1.00
We carry AIRROW SHIRTS.
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