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SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1935

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Berger Larson Chosen Baseball Captain; 14 Awarded l

Letters

Michigan State
Downs Varsity
In Final Game
Spartans Bunch Their Hits
To Win, 4-1, With Good
PitchingOfSophomore
Kidston Is Manager
Team Finishes Year With
Record Of 11 Wins And
11 Defeats
Berger Larson was chosen next
year's captain, 14 letters were award-
ed, and the Varsity lost to Michi-
gan State, 4-1, Thursday at East
Lansing as Michigan's baseball sea-
son came to a close.
Larson has been Michigan's lead-
ing pitcher during the 1935 season.
Although he is a junior, this season
was Larson's first on the Wolverine
nine. His home is in Chicago.
Those receiving Varsity letters
are: Russ Oliver, captain this year,
Pontiac; Jack Teitelbaum, Chicago;
Calyton Paulson, Chicago; George
Ford, Detroit; John Regeczi, Muske-
gon Heights; Kim Williams, Kato-
nah, N. Y.; George Rudness, Negau-
nee; Joe Lerner, Detroit; Vic Hey-
liger, Concord, Mass.; John Gee, Syr-
acuse, N.Y.; Milton Meltzer, Brook-
lyn, N. Y.; Art Patchin, Detroit;
Walter Parker, and Larson,
James A. Kidston, La Grange, Ill.,
was chosen manager of the nine next
year. His assistants will be: John
Otte, Wesley Brew, Robert Kennedy,
and Lester Bartley.
Michigan was subdued Thursday
by a sophomore, George Hills. The
defeat gave the Wolverines no bet-
ter than an even break on the sea-
son's play, with 11 wins and 11
losses.
A recurrent trouble of the Michi-
gan nine, inability to hit in the
pinches, was largely responsible for
the defeat. State got only five hits
off the two Michigan, hurlers, Lar-
son and Patchin, but bunched them
effectively.
After getting one run in the fourth,
the Spartans took advantage of a
costly error by Teitelbaum and ral-
lied for three runs, enough to win
the game.
Patchin, who followed Larson on
the mound, held State without a hit
in the last three innings. It was the
final game for Pachin, as well as
for Oliver, Paulson, Teitelbaum,
Ford, and Regeezi. Meltzer and
Parker also graduate this June.
Oliver's letter in baseball is his
ninth Varsity award. In modern
times, only Benny Oosterbaan, Norm
Daniels, and Harry Kipke have won
nine letters. Johnny Regeczi's base-
ball letter is his seventh.
DD's Win Title
In Independent
I-M competition
The D.D.'s, under the leadership
of Manager Lorry Goldberg and Cap-
tain Sam Kunitz, captured the inde-
pendent I-M championship by scor-
ing a total of 811.8 points. The Blue
Raiders, last year's titleholders, were
second, scoring 778.3 points, over 150
less than their winning total of 1934.
Other leading teams were the Physi-
cal Eds with 599.5 points and the
Hops and Steamrollers, each with
559.2 points.;
Football, handball, and horseshoes;
were the events won by the D.I.'s
The Physical Eds also scored three
firsts with victories in foul shooting,

basketball, and baseball. The All-'
Stars captured the cross country and
relay track title while the Tigers3
won the volleyball championsip and]
the Blue Raiders were victorious in
track.
Detroit Rallies In
Ninth For 6.5 Win

Daily Al
Phi Psi's, Delts,

l-Star

Ball Team

Announced

Chi Psi's Given
Most Of Posts
Andros Named Best Of'
Hurlers; Lou Westover,
Bob Henoch Catchers
By CARL GERSTACKER
Four Phi Psi's, three Delts and three
Chi Psi's were named on the all-star
fraternity softball team picked yes-
terday by The Michigan Daily in col-
laboration with the managers of the
various teams in the league,
The all-star team is selected each
year after the conclusion of the play-
ing season. This year's team is one
of the strongest in intramural history
and its selection comes as a fitting
climax to a particularly successful
league battle in which Phi Kappa Psi
captured the title from Chi Psi. Delta
Tau Delta and Delta Sigma Delta were
the other semi-finalists.
The all-star team:
Dave Barnett, 3b .... Phi Kappa Psi
Bill Griffiths, ss ......Phi Kappa Psi
Dan Hulgrave 2b . ... Delta Tau Delta
Bill Borgmann, lb . . Delta Tau Delta
Chuck Holkins, sc .......... Theta Xi
Frank Rennel, if . .Delta Sigma Delta
John McKee, cf ...... Phi Kappa Psi
Cy Elkes, rf ........ Pi Lambda Phi
Louis Westover, c ........... Chi Psi
Bob Henoch, c ......Delta Tau Delta
George Andros, p .......... Chi Phi
Jack Palmer, p ..............Chi Psi
Gard Slocum, p ......Phi Kappa Psi
Dick Evans, p ..............Chi Psi
Andros Leads Pitchers
George Andros was undoubtedly the
best pitcher in the league. He made
the best showing against Phi Kappa
Psi, holing the champions to three
earned runs in a league game. Jack
Palmer was named as the number two
hurler because he became the only
pitcher in the league to turn in a no-
hit, no-run game when he shut out
Phi Lambda Kappa 17-0 in the first
round of the playoffs.
Dick Evans, Palmer's teammate, has
a curve and an upshoot that makes
him practically unbeatable when he
has them working, but he had some
off days during the season and con-
sequently was not picked as one of
the starting pitchers. Gard Slocum
was given the other alternate pitch-
ing berth because he did all the hurl-
ing for the Phi Psi while they were
winning the championship.
Hulgrave At Seond
Strangely enough there seemed to
be a dearth of good second basemen
while there were several outstanding
shortstops, and so it was found neces-
sary to use a shortstop, Dan Hulgrave,
at second base. Hulgrave could prob-
ably handle second base equally as
well as he did his shortstop position
in the Delt lineup, where he was a
brilliant fielder and a consistent hit-
ter. Bill Griffiths at shortstop was
one of the bulwarks in the Phi Psi
defense and was one of the most dan-
gerous hitters in the league.
Dave Barnett at third base and Bill
Borgmann at first, have very good
records at the plate and round out
a hard-hitting infield which should
be air-tight on defense.
Outfield Strong
The outfield was selected mainly
on the basis of fielding ability since
many of the games throughout the
season have been won or lost when a
fielder dropped a long fly. Frank
Rennel in left, John McKee in center,
and Cy Elkes in right, make up an
outfield that would instill confidence
in any pitcher. This trio has also
made more than their share of hits
for their respective teams during the
past season.
Chuck Holkins at short center field
and Louis Westover and Bob Henoch
in the catcher's position, are three
home run hitters who would make
good clean-up men. Westover was
probably the outstanding slugger in
the whole league.
ALIX TO RETURN SOON
Neree A i x, inured Wolverine
trickstr who broke his lg on the

coast during Spring vacation, will
leave for Ann Arbor June 2. He
will travel as far east as Chicago with
the Southern California crew.
BUFFING FOR SELKIRK
George Selkirk, the outfielder who
was hailed as the stepper-into of
Babe Ruth's shoes, was removed from
one game for a pinch hitter - and the
pinch hitter was a pitcher, Red Ruf-
fing!

'The HOT
S T0V f
By BILL REEL) -
WHILE THE COACHING staff as a
whole is beginning to pack up for
summer's leisure, reviewing the past
and looking to the future, Wallie Web-
ber is in the midst of his second bus-
iest season. While Wallie is nom-
inally a football coach and that is his
chief attention, he is the outstand-
ing coach on the staff in another
field, namely academics.
To Weber are assigned all the scho-
lastic doubtfuls on the various squads
for coaching, an occupation which
takes on its busiest aspects at this
season.
Wally, incidentally, has some
very fixed ideas on the subjcets
of academics, and they are based
on the fundamental thesis that
Michigan is one of the hardest
schools to enter but one of the
easiest schools to leave. That is
his chief advice to the several who
come his way each year as he
adds characteristically, "Y o u
know a book is made for some-
thing besids propping open a
window."
B ENNIE OOSTERBAAN has one of
the most pleasant vacations laid
out for him - a trip to Europe. Ben-
nie, with Mrs. Oosterbaan, will leave
June 15 for a tour of the continent
which will include visits to Rome as
well as his country-of-origin, Hol-
land.
Not quite so pleasant are the
beginnings of Cappy Cappon's
vacation. Cappon will enter a
hospital Monday for a tonsilitis
operation.
On the subject of European trips,
Tony Serakos, Varsity letter-winner
in track, has an enviable tour in store
for the summer. In company with
three other native sons of Greece,
Tony will leave June 27 for a three-
month tour of Greece, competing
throughout the country in goodwill
track meets.
The others who will make the tripI
are John Fatseeas, track captain at
N.Y.U. and an outstanding hurdler,

Minnesota Near
Big Ten Title;
Michigan Fifth

Gophers Beat Iowa
Twice; Need Only
More Victory

Nine
Onel

CHICAGO, May 31.- (P) -- Minne-
sota, the darkhorse team, today was
only one game away from the West-
ern Conference baseball champion-
ship.
The Gophers, whose schedule ar-
rangement caused them to be over-
looked while Illinois and Chicago set
the early pace, yesterday defeated
Iowa twice, 5 and 3 and 7 to 6, to
all but clinch the title. The victories
gave them seven for the season,
against two defeats, and a victory in
either of their games with Wisconsin
next week would put them safely in
front.
Ohio State assured itself of noth-
ing worse than a tie for second place
by trouncing Indiana twice in another
Memorial Day doubleheader at Co-
lumbus. The Buckeyes won the open-
er, 6 to 2, and took the second 13 to
0, drawing up even .with Illinois and
Chicago at seven victories and three
defeats.
Wisconsin's game at Northwestern
yesterday was postponed because of
rain and will be played Saturday if
the weather permits.
BIG TEN STANDINGS
W L Pet.
Minnesota............7 2 .777
Chicago...............7 3 .700
Illinois .................7 3 .700
Michigan ...............6 5 .545
Indiana..............4 6 .400
Wisconsin .............3 5 .375
Iowa ..................3 7 .300
Northwestern ..........3 7 .300
Purdue ................3 9 .250
Results
Minnesota 5-7, Iowa 3-6.
Ohio State 6-13, Indiana 2-0.
George Theodaratus of Washington
State, one of the outstanding athleteF
on the Coast, who will compete in the
weight events, Peter Clenzos, former
Southern California pole vaulter, and
Ted Ellison, New York Metropolitan
sprint champion and holder of the
world's indoor record at 220 yards.

Ward Prepares For
Olympic Decathlon
With an eye to the 1936Olympic
Games, Willis Ward yesterday began
active preparation for competition in
the decathlon event.
"I'm pretty disappointed with my
college career." Ward says. "There's
only one thing left to do, that's pick
the toughest event and go out to win
it."
His speed and strength will make
him an outstanding favorite to do
that, in the opinion of Ken Doherty,
who was himself an Olympic decath-
lon champion.
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day's game with the St. Louis Browns
to win, 675, and remain within a
game of the third place Cleveland
Indians who shellacked the Chicago
White Sox, 6-2
Other results:
American League: Boston - New
York, rain. (Only game scheduled.)
National League: New York 15-4,
Boston 3-2. Philadelphia-Brooklyn,
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