THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRUDAY, MAY 1, 1936
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1938
Wolverine Baseball Team Beats Michigan Normal, U
In Slow Game
Fishman Winning Pitcher;
Miller Leads Maize And
Blue With 2 Homers
By CLAYTON I EPLER
Pounding out a 20 hit attack, in-
cluding three home runs, the Wol-
verine ball club yesterday took a slop-
py two-hour game from Michigan
State Normal College at Ypsilanti by
a score of 12 to 7.
Mike Miller, playing second base in
place of Steve Urik who is out with
a leg injury, accounted for two of
the non-stop blows. He connected on
the first ball pitched in the sixth in-
ning to keep Coach Ray Fisher's men
in the game and again in the ninth
to put it on ice. Fishman was the
winning pitcher, retiring in order the
six men who faced him in the two in-
nings that he pitched, two of them
going out via the strike-out route.
Meet Normal Todayj
The Michigan squad will face the
Normal nine again at 4 p.m. today in
a return game at Ferry Field. Pete
Lahty will assume the hurling duties,
with Fishman being held in reserve
for the Illinois game tomorrow.
Bill Lane, played in right field for
Vic Heyliger who took the center field
post for Rudness, also out with a leg
injury, and Matt Patanelli, played
first in place of Joe Lerner.
John Gee, who went seven innings,
walked the first three men to face
him. Good, Huron center fielder,
scored the first run for the Normal
school when he took home after be-
ing hit in the head by Ferner during
a. run down when he was caught off
Miller opened the Wolverine half
of the inning hitting to left center,
and was followed on the bases by
Ferner who beat out a bunt. Both
runners advanced when Jablonski
was thrown out by the Huron third
sacker and scored on Kremer's solid
hit to right field.
Gee Struck Out
Patanelli's homer was the only
score in the second. Gee retired the
Normal team in order in its half of
the inning, striking out two of them.
He struck out a total of eight during
the seven innings he pitched.
The Huron nine forged ahead in
the third inning when they secured
three runs. Gee started the inning
auspicially enough, striking out Good,
but was touched for four safeties be-
fore the team was retired.
Coming back in the first of' the
fifth, Michigan scored two runs to
tie the score up at five apiece. Ferner
led off with a triple to right field.
He was followed on base by Jablonski
who took a walk on four pitched balls,
and scored when Kremer hit to right
field. Jablonski scored on Vic Hey-
liger's infield out. The Hurons came
back in their half to score again and
step into the lead.
Ferner singled, Jablonski doubled
and Lane singled in the eighth, the7
combined efforts of which produced]
two runs. Mike Miller's second hom-
er in the ninth scored Fishman who
had singled. leyliger garnered the
other run, after singling to center
field, when he came home on a wild
toss that Zacker uncorked while]
pitching to Mille.
Illin i Renew Long
Today For Play
At Ohio State
Errors Dim Phi Psi's Chances
To Reiiain Soft-Idi (hamps
CALL GRID MANAGERS
All eligible second-semester
freshmen desiring to tryout for
football manager positions report
at 3:00 p.m. today in Yost Field
Bill Bates, Senior Football Mgr.
A M0VIE UMP
C ey Sten l lIand Um pire a
' eardlon staged a a continuous feud
during the opening Dodgecr-Giant
series. One of Stengel's barbs was:
"You would be a :fine asse5t to base-
ball if you hact stayed in the movies."
ih la Jtlt T-tt ri i 7sz
Collegiate baseball rivalry will )elta S I own lekes.
reach its height tomorrow afternoon F'v ill en Dk 'n Frip - a
at Ferry Field when Illinois andFiv e nMakingTrip For Pea i
Michigan face each other for the first Sc onII (Coirfertnce I)]e
time this season and the 11th time 0)f (u rent Sclason softball championship in danger, are
in six years in what may easily prove calling for an election of a new board
tobethe most impotant game of Coach Ray Courtright and five Var- of strategy today as a result of a
the-yearfo. sity golfers leave early his morning srPrising loss to Zeta Beta Ta ycs-
Only twice in the 10 games that by auto for Columbus, where the Wol- terday, 20 to 19, in an errcr-fest.
have been played since 1930 have vcrines will engage Ohio State in the that almost ruined their a 51irat 1ions
Ray Fisher's Wolverines managed to second Conference dual meet of the for a repetition of their victory last
come out on the right end of the current season tomorrow morning. year.
score. With both clubs eyeing the The men making the trip are Capt. The Z.B.T. team, hitting Guard
Conference championship, tomorrow's Chuck Koesis, Woody Malloy, Allen Slocnm, Phi Kappa Psi pit cther, al
expected pitching duel between Ber- Saunders, Larry David and Bill Bar- most at will, went into the sixth in-
ger Larson and Hale Swanson should clay. ning with score against them, 18-i.
be outstanding. Four men will engage in medal play Errors filled the bases and a double
Last year the Illini won both af- double and singles at the same time by Ed Solomon scored Ben Aaron,,Jeff
fairs ,taking the first by the close in two best-ball foursomes. Capt. Baer, and Morty Alshuler to give the
count of 1-0. In the second clash Kocsis, Malloy and Saunders are sure Zebes a lead which the Phi P: is were
Wally Roettger's sluggers won out, to see action, while the fourth starter unable to overcome.
8-4. In 1934 the teams split the two will be picked after a practice round Gets Poor Suipimrt
game series, Michigan taking a 4-1 over the Arlington Course this after- Aarons hurled for the winners antI
victory before dropping the second noon. rec'eived poor support in the field.
encounter. Buckeye Strength UnknoWn The champions were decidedly off-
In 1933 slugfests were in order. The Not much is known of the strength color, throwing away opportunity
Illini took a 14-10 battle in which of the Buckeye linksmen --even the after opportunity to stop the Zebes.
both teams used four pitchers and Ohio State Lantern being averse to- The defeat did not put the Phi Psis;
41 4-A_- -, ward giving them the usual puiblicity ot f' the nv fa Chi Phi d vfr~t
then turned on the Wolverine hurlers
again in the second game to pound
their way to a 12-1 triumph. The
one other Michigan victory over the
five-year period came in 1932 and
was also by a 4-1 score. The second
contest that year was closely fought
but Illinois managed to eke out a
Both 1931 games went to the In-
dians, the first, 10-6, and the second,
9-0. Previous to this time the games
were more evenly split in the out-
comes, the Wolverines boasting pow-
erful teams in the last decade that
were consistently in the running for
the Big Ten title.
Michigan (12) A
Brewer, ss ........
Ferner, 3b .......
Kremer, lf ....... .
Lane, rf ..........
Heyliger, of ......
Gee, p ...........
they hand out for the Scarlet and
Gray teams. However, the Wolver-
ines defeated them over the Univer-
sity course last season by the top-
heavy score of 192 to 41J/ without the
services of Johnny Fischer, number-
one man and at present a member
of the American Walker Cup team
for the second time.
As Coach Courtright's squad this
season appears to be fully capable
of retaining its Big Ten and National
Collegiate championships, the Varsity
should experience little trouble to-
morrow regardless of anything the
Buckeyes have to offer.
Malloy Medalist in 1935
In last year's Michigan-Ohio State
dual clash Malloy was medalist with
a one-over-par 73. The Ann Arbor
senior won his singles match 3 to
0 and teamed with Saunders to pile
up the same score in doubles. Capt.
Cocsis carne from behind to beat
Loveberry 3 to 0, and collaborated
with David to take all three counters
in doubles. David split even in his
The score of Monday's Michigan-
Purdue match was erroneously re-
ported as 162 to 4 . The corect
score was 171/2 to 6% in favor of
the Wolverines. Saunders took all
three points while Malloy split, rather
than the reverse as was reported
Faculty To Enter Teams
In I-A . aselalI Iague
Baseball for faculty members will
get under way Tuesday, May 5, when
it is expected that a league of about
six teams will start play. To date
three departments have signified
their intention of playing. They are
the Chemistry, Geography, and
In order to bolster up some of the
faculty teams that are short of men,
graduate students may be used pro-
viding they are not playing with any
2. Struck out by Gee, 8; Fishman, 2:
Zacker, 3. Hits: off Gee, 8 in 7 in-
nings; Fishman, 0 in 2 innings. Win-
ning pitcher: Fishman, Wild pitch:
Zacker. Umpire: Vick.
ULA Ul Llt' FaC,
Sigma Phi, 14
league game to
into a tie with
In the other
race by virtue of
of Delta Sigma
to 0, in a pitchers' duel in which
but seven hits were collected by the
two teams combined.
Ron Wolf, Delta Sig hurler, limited
the Dekes to two safeties, while his
teammates were finding Earl Town-
send for seven hits. The winners
scored all of their runs in the fourth
inning when Townsend weakened and
yielded five hits.
Dekes Score First
The Deke team drew first blood in
the third when Bob Robbins doubled
to score Bob Smith for the first rmn.
't'henc'naime the Delta Sig ba rrag;e
which saw Wolf ('lout ing a (dolble
to0 score McDonald and Perduian. An
error and two hits, a single a^ I a
double, gave the winners two more
D.K.E.'s fifth inning rally fell short
of tying up the score by one rmu 1n
two strikeouts in a row in the sixth
gave the Delta Sigs the ball game.
Don Lorch's change-in-pace proved
too nch for Phi Delta Theta and
Psi U, despite inability to find the
olferings of Art Ross for more thial
five hits, won with comparative ease.
Lorch fanned nine men while Ross
struck out five.
T T RPONC E
TENNIS RACKETS I
zor un .tn 3e ,ated
to 13, in the (Aher
throw all four teams
a win and a defeat
feature games Delta
diopped out of the
a defeaf at the hands
Pi, 4 to 3, and Psi
Phi Delta Theta, 4
Herb b hater of IPA r 1 Iiiwo safe-
ties was the outstanding hitter of the
game. The wxinn-s ave iorch cx-
cellent suyport while the Phi Delts'
fielding was sloppy and failed to
mat Pc Ross' fine hurling.
Kappa N1, 'NPhi Signa l)eli; 0.
Phi Beta Delta i, a Psi.
Phi l:ta F iI 15, nan
Drelta T i'l I eltd T, 1''T.ta Xi 4.
Alpha Chi Sigma 15, Si;gua Alliha
Epsil( x 4,
JO.E. 1 , All-Am0rican 0.
('Ii PSi :20, IleRmiit:.ge 9.
Alxhan omega I,. DIelta Sigma Delta
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than Jimr does imiiself; he's a per-
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Totals ......44 12
20 27 7 3
Normal (7) A
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Ross, cf ......'.. .
Do Froscia, ss ....
Rader, lb ........
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Weaver, rf .......
Zackar, p .......
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Totals .....34 7 827 16 1
Score By Innings:
Michigan.........210 022 023-_-12
Normal ..........203 010 100-- 7
Two base hits: Bartling, Rader (2).
Three base hits: Ferner; Do Froscia.
Home runs: Patanelli, Miller (2).
Sacrifice hits: Brewer, Heyliger.
Stolen bases: Brewer, Ferner, Jab-
lonski, Kremer, Lane (3). Bases on
balls: off Gee, 4; Fishman, 1; Zacker,
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