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WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1936

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Kremer

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Seventh Inning
Homer Changes
Game To Rowt
Captain Larson, Fishman,
Gee IJsedI l'reparation
For Ohio State Series
By FRED DeLANO
HILLSDALE, May 5.- (Special to
The Daily) -Merle Kremer, stocky
Michigan left fielder who has been
aiming at the fences all season with-
out success, hit his stride here today
and paced the Wolverines to their
ninth win of the year, a 14-5 triumph
over Hillsdale College, with four extra
base hits, two of them home runs.
One of Kremer's circuit clouts came
with the bases loaded in the seventh
and turned what for six innings had
been a tight ball game into a pure
rout. He had previously kept the
Wolverines in the running by knock-
ing in the three runs that Michigan
scored in those first six frames.
Coach Fisher used each of his
three mound aces for three innings,
attempting to get them in shape for
the big Ohio State series here this
week end, and Herm Fishman was
credited with the victory. Capt. Lar-
son and John Gee were particularly
effective on the hill and both fanned
four men.
Michigan tallied twice in the sec-
ond when Kremer tripled with two
on and again in the sixth on the
first of Merle's four-ply smashes.
The Dales sent one man across the
plate in their half of the fifth and
tied the count with a pair of runs
in the sixth that came on a walk,
a' triple and an infield out.
The Wolverines began their big
offensive in the seventh and con-
tinued right through the ninth. Five
runs counted in the big seventh ses-
sion, all of them after two men were
out. Carl Ferner and Steve Uricek
started the rally with doubles and
when Pitcher Hogan walked the next
two men he was removed from the
game in favor of McIntyre.
The latter was welcomed into the
game by Kremer's second round trip
drive. From then on the only thing
in doubt was Michigan's margin of
victory, which kept increasing as the
Wolverines hit practically at will in
the final two innings.
Box Score

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Mild Shake-Up
Due For Track
Team Saturday
Squad May Be Shuffled
In Search For Highest
Scoring Combination
The track team that faces Illinois
here Saturday is going to contain
some new faces, Coah Chharlie Hoyt
indicated yesterday as the squad
went through their second day of
preparation for the only home meet
of the outdoor season.
Though apparently planning no
drastic shake-up as a result of the
defeat suffered at the hands of Ohio
State Saturday, Hoyt indicated that
he planned to bench several veterans
in favor of less experienced men.
Team May Be Shuffled
There also appears to be a good
probability that the team will be
shuffled in order to determine the
strongest possible scoring combina-
tion. Harvey Patton or Stan Birle-
son may run in the 220 and it is likely
that Captain Frank Aikens may be
switched back to the half instead of
the quarter.
Possibly Bill Staehle may be called

Phi Beta Delta Trims Delta Sig's L oI 'eiiiw NCHCm
In Nine Frames To Tie League 1 "")
Phi1i lTel z If eleto ni e i -,a le bo D liet toat hediheen ninby 11 -," ble, si"b't DePlralit, u mb rSsit e P ia.1_ ihed"Id (11phe b ll
flings by 1th r I Lta Sir n Pi vail ies, nomber as I he Phi R . I fivtldI11)1 d ay d Intld' Ii I o i t omhin i1 OInh
won the lotitc st game of the current cated its sixth inning performance. won e jl, iit. >hovwed Ihe 1w1d
Intramural softball season yesterday, Singles by Bob Halstead, Colin Mac- of tennis that will be required in the
20 to 15, and forced its league into Donald, and Russ Dunnabeck and Big Ten Conference matches at Chi-
a playoff, four errors accounted for the scoring. cto.
In other feature games Sigma Phi In the ninth stanza, however, Ron b
handed Phi Psi, 1935 champions their Wolf weakened under the strain as Sitwles:
second straight defeat, 17 to 3, and he walked two men and allowed Kahn (M) d. Samenli MSN) 6-4
in the same league Zeta Beta Tau three hits including two singles and 6-2
drubbed Chi Phi, 20 to 5, to make a homer for five runs and the margin cSherwood (M) d. P1(i1ards (MSN'
a playoff necessary. Meanwhile Psi of victory. 6--0, 6-1.
Upsilon won over Trigon, Delta Tau Both pitchers were effective though
Delta trounced Acacia. 11 to 6, and they struck out but seven men alto- T h 6:rwa)lM} d. Mitn l <MN}
Chi Psi defeated Delta Sigma Delta, gether. Al Blumenthal, hurler for 63 63
6 to 4, in a pitchers' duel to win the winners, was also dangerous at the Flick (M) dL Bernard (MSN) 8 -,
their league title and go into the plate. Russ Dunnabeck, Delta Sit. 6-2.
championship playoffs. third sacker, looking best in the field, Dean( M) ( . Rehben-, (MSN) 6 4,
Phi B.D. played erratic ball piling making several running catches tha n 6-0.
up a six-run lead by the sixth inning proved important in putting tlie Rodgu(ez (M> d. Shultz (MSN>
and then going to pieces in the last game to extra innings. -Doule6-1.
half of that frame to allow Delta Dick Palmer was as effective as us- K hn and Sherwood (M) d. Sar-
Sigma Pi enough runs to tie the ual from the mound for Chi Psi, genti and Minard (MSN) 3-6, 6-0,
score. In the seventh both teams fanning 12 and allowing but four hits.- 6-3
put one run across the plate. Then Only occasional wildness marred his Dean and TPhorfard (M) d. Rehberg
in the eighth stanza Wilbur Alder- y performance. Delta Sigma Delta I and Richards (MSN) 6-3, 6-2.
man pounded cut a home run to score I scored first putting over a run in Flick and Rodriguez (M) d. Ber-
Jack Cohen, and Al Blumenthal hit the first and tied up the count with nard and Schultz (MSN) 6-0.
a long sacrifice fly to left to put three more in the third after the 6-3.
Jim Cohen across and score himself Chi Psis had countered four times
as the Delta Sig fielder fumbled. in the first half of the inning. Two EET AS
The four run lead seemed unbeat- runs gained in the fifth proved to----

Woody Malloy, co-medalist with
Captain Koscis in the National In-
tcrcolkgiate meet last year, will
oppose Paul Leslie, Southern Inter-
collegiate champion, in the match
Friday with Louisiana State.

Linksmen Drill
For Louisiana
State In vafsion
t~ {
Northwestern Also Listed
On Week-End Schedule
Of Tough Competition
Michigan's varsity golf team has
been drilling hard and long over the
University course this week for what
promises to be the toughest dual
competition of the season for the Na-
tional Collegiate and Big Ten cham-
pions when Louisiana State and
Northwestern play here Friday and
Saturday.
This week-end's strenuous activity
will be the climax for the Wolverines'
season at home, only a dual meet
with Illinois here on May 16 remain-
ing on the local schedule. Coach
Ray Courtright is very pleased with
thet showing his men have been
making over the University course
this week and the play against Ohio
State at Columbus Saturday.
Friday's meet with Louisiana State
will be featured by the meetings of
four of the nation's greatest collegiate
players. Fred Haas of the Louisi-
ana team, who is Western Junior
champ and who was finalist in the
National Collegiate meet last June,
will clash with Capt. Chuck Kocsis
of the Wolverines, co-medalist in the
collegiate meet last summer and med-
alist alone in 1934.
Paul Leslie of the visitors was
Southern Intercollegiate champion
last year and will be opposed by
Woody Malloy of the varsity, co-
medalist with Kocsis in the colleg-
iates last summer. The, other players
on the Louisiana quartet are Wright
Adams and Lawrence LaCarde. Allen
Saunders will be at number three for
Michigan and the fourth man will
be Larry David, Bill Barclay or Al
Karpinski.
Northwestern is Michigan's greatest
threat for conference honors and last
year broke a long string of victories
for the Wolverines when Kocsis and
Johnny Fisher were absent while try-
ing to qualify for the National Open.

upon to run in both the mile and the!
two-mile, and there is a strong like- ake r L
lihood that Bill Miller, a promising
sophomore who hails from Petoskey,IIs (i --i
may make his first start as a quarter I ' '"-'n O

miler.
Renewal Of Rivalry

Saturday's encounter with Illinois
will have as an added attraction, a
renewal of the rivalry between Sam
Stoller, renowned Wolverine sprinter
and Bob Grieve, brilliant Illinois dash
man. The Stoller-Grieve rivalry had
its beginning in the national inter-
scholastic track meet four years ago
when Jesse Owens amazed the world
with a 9.4 hundred. Grieve was sec-
ond and Stoller was third in that same
race.
Recognized as an outstanding com-
petitor throughout the country,
Grieve will have to be at his best
if he expects to beat Stoller Satur-
day, according to Coach Hoyt. The
Varsity mentor believes that Stoller
has improved greatly since their last
meeting and predicts the closest kind
of a race.
MADE ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
Ralph Hewitt, of Lawrence, Mass.,
a star football and baseball player
at Columbia University a few years
back, is now an assistant to the ath-
letic director at his old college.

Olympiad Trip
Herbert Baker, a senior in the
School of Physical Education, has
been chosen as one of 27 American
physical education students who will
tour Europe and attend the Olympics
this summer as the guest of the Ger-
man Olympic Committee, it was an-
nounced yeterday.
The group will sail with the Ameri-
can Olympic team July 15 on the
S.S. Manhattan, it was said, and
while at the Olympic Games will live
in quarters outside the Olympic Sta-
dium, attending the games in the
afternoons and lectures and demon-
strations in the mornings.
The American students will return
to the United States Sept. 3 by way
of the Rhineland, Switzerland, France
and England, giving demonstrations
on the way.
The group of 27 was selected by
the American Olympic Committee
from applicants from colleges and
iniversities throughout the country,
and will be accompanied by three
university professors.

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mess, cf ....... 6 2
wer, ss ........3 1
ler, ss .........1 1
ner, 3b ........5 1
cek, 2b ........5 2
lonski, c .... ..3 2
ner, lb .........3 1
anelli, lb .......1 0
mer,If ........5 2
liger, rf ...... 5 1
p . 1 0
1man ,p........2 0
son, p ........ 2 1
Totals ....... 42 141

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Hillsdale (5)
Charland, If ....
Smith, 3b ....
Emerson, ss
Williams, 2b ....
Zaiser, 1b ......
Randels, f.
Linton, rf.....
Farquharson, c ..
Hogan,p.......
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the ninth.

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Totals

*Day hit for McIntyre in
Score by innings:
Michigan ..........020
Hillsdale ...........000

001 524-14
012 020- 5

Two base hits: Ferner (2), Kremer,
Uricek; Charland. Three base hits:
Kremer; Zaiser. Home runs: Kremer
(2). Double play: Jablonski to Uri-
cek. Hits off: Gee, 1 in 3 innings;
Fishman, 3 in 3 innings; Larson, 2
in 3 innings; Hogan, 7 in 6 2/3 in-
nings; McIntyre, 6 in 21/3 innings.
Bases on balls off: Hogan, 5; McIn-
tyre, 2; Gee, 2; Fishman, 1. Struck
out by:-Hogan, 3; McIntyre, 2; Gee,
4; Fishman, 2; Larson, 4. Winning
pitcher: Fishman. Losing pitcher,
Hogan. Left on bases: Michigan, 8;
Hillsdale, 5. Umpires: Williams and
Crater. Time of game: 2:15.
Doherty Issues A Call
For New Javelin Men
Coach Ken Doherty has issued a
call for all those interested in the
javelin throw to report at the Yost
Field House this afternoon. He em-
phasized that experience is not neces-
sary.
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