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TUESDAY,MAY1,193 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

YAUE 11MUE

Wolverin es
Nine Will MeetNe
Western StateNet
In Game Today
Captain Larson To Pitch; m
Hilltoppers Have Good1
Season Record S
By FRED De LANO
Co-occupants of the top rung in ---
the Big Ten baseball standings with
Iowa, Michigan's aggregation of title " WTHY SPI
seekers will today attempt to add tion fr
Western State to the growing list of tering days
defeated opponents that already to- alike.
tals 12 in 16 starts. Capt. Berger The answ
Larson is due to pitch for the Wol- that it gives
verines and the game will be in Kala- to go on is
mazoo.
So far this season the Hilltoppers in a more
have won four games and have lost ing and w
one, that to the greatest team Michi- personnel o
gan State has turned out in years. As such, s
Michigan will enter the affair fresh tified, despi
from three successive triumphs over which the p
Ohio State, a feat that placed the training per
club in a commanding position in the Beyond th
Conference. smacks mos
Illini Take Licking s but rea
For the rest of the Big Ten Satur- poses.
day was a day for upsets with the That a
previously undefeated Illinois and require t
Indiana clubs falling before Wiscon- quf tine
sin and Purdue. The Illini were beat- fthings
en in a great pitching duel, 1-0, and percompo
now have a Conference record of sev- is comp:
en wins and one loss. Iowa has won teriatIaie
five out of five, as has Michigan, while portunity
Indiana has won five in six and Mn- without s
nesota has taken four out of five. aminatior
The coming week end's results ing lays t
should have the greatest of bearing gram as
on the final standings because after be empha
meeting Purdue in a single game Fri- fashionr-
day, Michigan will go to Urbana Sat- not-far-o:
urday for two games with Illinois. If Natural:
Coach Fisher's charges can gain at the spring
least a split there and take Purdue door train
they will be very apt to continue the may be exa
pace and take their first title since actual con
1928. riod which
Last Fri5ay Larson stopped Ohio hot season.
with four hits and if backed up with It is upo
good playing in the field should win which Mic
his fifth game of the year today, al- spring pra
though it will certainly not be with- much as po
out a struggle. The rest of Michi- length will
gan's starting lineup will be the same its own pu
as opposed the Buckeyes. draggednth
Have Three Veterans and into
The Hilltoppers, coached by the spring it is
experienced Jud Hyames, have only ball ceases
three lettermen from 1935 back onb- s
this year's team but of the trio Frank
Eecory hit .420 last year and Ron THE F
Hibbard was chosen as an outfielder scri
on the All-American college baseball heat, wer
team. Western and the Wolverines ing and a
split a two game series last year, Weber'si
Michigan taking the first, 1-0, and Renner,
dropping the next, 8-4. hurt ba
In addition, Western teams of past the field
four years, have all been abl e to lay efit of th
undisputed claim to the state chain- the most
disputed claim to the state cham- in the St
pionship. The only time in these The show
years, until last Saturday, that West- it held the
ern lost to a Michigan school was the despite a p
1-0 defeat they took from the Wol- across the:
verines in 1935. ute to the
It is expected that Ed Abbott, sen- Wallie We]
ior, will do the hurling for the Hill- the Yellow
toppers this afternoon and may find that a V
it a tough task to get his slants past fought aga
Michigan's club which in 16 games its own gl
has hit .308. Wallie cam

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SANFORIZED SHRUNK

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By BILL REED

Dwight Butler Fans 15, Allows Varsity Defeats
Only One Hit AsPhys Eds Win Cleveland Club

RING football?" is a ques-
equently asked these swel-
by players and faculty
er, in its simplest form, is
the coach an opportunity
n the fall, with his men
advanced state of train-
ith a better line on the
f his squad.
pring football is easily jus-
ite unquestioned demands
period makes provided the
riod is a reasonable length.
at, the training not only
t strongly of over-empha-
cts against its own pur-
successful coach must
he spring training is un-
d in the present order
. For every year a large
ge of his Varsity squad
sed of sophomore ma-
A he would have no op-
to observe their work
some such period of ex-
mn. Further, spring train-
he basis for the fall pro-
the fundamentals may
asized then. in a leisurely
which the pressure of a
aff season would prevent.
limitations should define
training period, a brief in-
rng in which fundamentals
mined without resorting to
tact,. and an outdoor pe-
may be terminated by the
n those general principles
higan has conducted its
wtices, carrying them as
ssible over a period whose
not automatically defeat
urposes. For in a period
rough thewinter months
the hottest days of the
s physically impossible to
t from the players - foot-
to be sport.
* * *

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Dwight Butler, standout pitcher of
the Independent division, hurled the
Phys Eds, 1935 champions, to a 15 to
0 victory over Plowhorse A. C., yes-
terday in the I-M softball competi-
tion,striking out 15of the 19 men
who faced him and allowing but one
scratch hit in the last inning.
For the first four innings Butler
fanned every man that stepped to
the plate, then in the fifth held
Plowhorse to three easy infield outs.
The first man up in the sixth for
the losers managed to beat out aI
slow roller to third base to rob But-
ler of a well deserved no-hit game.
Despite a split finger which he re-
ceived stopping a hard hit liner,
Bob Christy hurled Delta Tau Delta
to a 6 to 7 victory over Psi Upsilon,
in a first round game of the frater-
nity championship flight.
The Delts scored two runs in the
first inning to take a lead that the
Psi U's were unable overcome, de-
spite the steady hurling of Dick
Lorch, who was on the mound for
the losers.
In the sixth stanza with the
DT.D.'shahead 7 to 5nthe first man
up for the Psi U's homered, the
second singled and the third got on
base through a Delt error. The next
three men up, howeverrflied out to
give the Delts the game and send
them to the second round.
The losers were weak at the plate
and failed to give Lorch their usual
support. Johnny Schaumberger was
outstanding for the Delts at bat hit-
ting a home run and a single. In
the field Bill Steytler of D.T.D.
turned in an excellent performance.
Nine of the 12 league winners have
been determined, in two leagues there
is a tie, and in one a three-way play-
off is necessary. The league cham-
pions already determined are: Psi
Upsilon; Phi Kappa Alpha, Alpha,

Tau Omega, Phi Delta Epsilon, Al-
pha Chi Sigma, Delta Tau Delta,
Kappa Sigma, Sigma Chi, and Chi
Psi. Delta Uspilon and Phi Kappa
Sigma, and Phi Beta Delta and Delta
Kappa Epsilon must play for their
respective league crowns.
TODAY'S RESULTS'
Wolverine A 7, Varsity 4
Phys Eds 15, Plowhorse A.C. O
A.T.O., 11, Phi Alpha Kappa 10
Alpha Delta Phi 13, Theta Chi 11
Phi Gam's 17, Phi Sigma Kappa 4
Alpha Sig's 15, Theta Delt's 10
Phi Beta Delta 17, Delta Sigma Pi 7
Phi Kappa Tau 16, Lambda Chi's 13
D.D.'s Wildcats 0 (forfeit)
Doc's 1, Wolverine B 0 (forfeit)
Jayhawks 1, Rinkey Dinks 0 (forfeit)
Pi Lambda Phi 14, D.S.D.'s 11
Phi Delta Ep's 17, Alpha Chi Sig's 16.
Major League
AMERICAN LEAGUE'

New York.....
Boston........
Cleveland......
Detroit........
Chicago ....'....
Washington
Philadelphia
St. Louis......

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W L
.17 7
...17 8
.15 9
..11 11
..10 10
...13 14
8.. 3 15
.3 20

Pet.
.708
.680
.625
.500
.500
.481
.348
.130

Ranking Matches To Keep
Four Men Away From
Ypsilanti Meet
Coach John Johnstone's Varsity1
netters will meet Michigan State
Normal at 3 p.m. today in a return
match at Ypsilanti. Michigan white-
washed the Hurons, 9-0, in the other
encounter of the two teams this year.'
Neil Levenson, Jack Edmonds, Mike
Barowsky, and Leonard Verdier will
make the trip in place of Jarvis Dean,
Johnny Rodriguez, Ted Thorward and
Jesse Flick who are playing ranking
matches to see which two of the four
will go to the Conference meet.
Beat Cleveland
The Wolverines repeated their re-
cent win over the Cleveland Tennis
Club Sunday when, with the meet
tied at four matches all, Jesse Flick
and Levenson came through in the
pinch to win the number three
doubles match, 7-5, 6-2, and give
Michigan the victory by a 5-4 count
in an exhibition at Ferry Field.
In the feature match of the day,
Miller Sherwood lost to LeRoy Weir,
Cleveland City champion, 4-6,W6-1,
6-4. Sherwood put on a great rally
after a poor start to take the first set
but from that point on Weir's great-
er experience turned the tide in his
favor.
Johnny Dorr, seeking revengefor
the straight set defeat that Capt.
Howie Kahn handed him in Cleve-
land a week ago, tried hard but was
unable to get more than the eight
games that Kahn had allowed him in
the earlier match, losing, 6-3, 7-5.
Thorward Stars
Ted Thorward turned in the best,
feat of the day in running over his
fellow townsman Andy Ingraham, 6-2,
6-1. Thorward had been given little
chance to beat Ingraham, who with
Weir holds the U.S. Inter-City doubles
title and had beaten Jarvis Dean in
the match last week, but played great
tennis to polish off his favored 'op-
ponent.

Capt.Chuck Kocsis
And ErraticPutter
Good Friends Now
By GEORGE J. ANDROS
Capt. Chuck Kocsis and his erratic
putter have reached an agreement at
last, it seems -and Coach Ray
Courtright hopes.
Last week-end's matches with Fred
Haas of Louisiana State and Pink
Wagner of Northwestern saw the
Varsity captain's wavering play on
the green cost him defeats at the
hands of his well known opponents.
In yesterday's Detroit District
trials for places in the National
Open Championship, Kocsis' putting
touch returned-but only after it ap-
peared that he would not make the
qualifying grade in the first of the
two 18-hole rounds
The second round of 18 holes was
a different story. The Michigan star
came through with a 72-stroke round
and a qualifying position that was
made possible through some remark-
able putting.
The most sensational play Kocsis
turned in during the afternoon round
of five one-shot greens was a 50-
foot putt for a deuce on the eighth
hole - called by the Wolverines lead-
er "the longestI ever made." He
sunk a 25-fot attempt for a birdie
three on the third, made two 20-
footers on the 16th and 17th, and
climaxed his efforts with a success-
- - - - - - - - - ~ - - ~ ~ -

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L
St. Louis ...... ...14 7
Pittsburgh .........12 9
Chicago ...........12 10
New York .......12 10
Cincinnati .........11 13
Boston ............10 12
Philadelphia ......10 15
Brooklyn .......... 9 14

Pet.
.667
.571
.545
.545
.458
.455
.400
.391

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Big Ten Standings

MICHIGAN............5 0 1.4
Iowa.................5 0 1.4
Illinois..... ..........7 1 .
Indiana ...............5 1 .
Minnesota ............4 1 E
Chicago................3 3.I
Wisconsin.............1 4 .2
Purdue................1 7 .
Northwestern ...........0 6 .
Ohio State .. ..........0 8 .
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
Today: Illinois at Purdue
Northwestern at Wisconsin.
Friday: Michigan at Purdue.
Iowa at Wisconsin.
Ohio State at Chicago
Northwestern at Minnesota
Saturday: Michigan at Illinois
games).
Iowa at Wisconsin.
Indiana at Chicago
Northwestern at Wisconsin.

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EATURES of Saturday's
mmage, aside from the
e Bill Renner's announc-
a reaffirma tion of Wallie
miracle-working powers.
with his "they can't be
dly, they're walking off
," inserted for the ben-
e mothers, gave the fans
announcing ever heard
adium.
wing of the Yellow team as
Blues to a scoreless tie,
preponderance of material
line, was but another trib-
inspirational coaching of
ber. And the showing of
s was not the first time
Veber-coached team has
inst far superior talent to
ory. For five years, since
e here in 1931, his Physical
teams have been battling
d better freshman teams
,round, never to win but
leave the yearlings with
y of one of their toughest
!ge of the original Yost
gridiron leadership which
pon the assumption that
2 years old who can't be
for a football game doesn't
niform, Wallie is no slouch
ron strategist. There are
stute students of the game
r and certainly few who
ore out of a little material.
n Freshman Fails
adowbrook Round
eery, University of Michi-
nan, was among those who
qualify for the National
ney in the trials held yes-
[he shot a 77-76 for a
53 on the difficult Mead-
ourse in Detroit.

Ferner ...............
Uricek ..............
Miller ...............
Lane ................
Ktremer ..............
Rudness .............
Jablonski ........... .
Lerner ..............

*AB
.66
.55
.10
. 5
.54
.56
.66
.50

R
20
16
7
0
7
14
18
11

H
27
22
4
2
20
19
22
16
14
2
12
5
2
2

2b
4
1
0
0
2
3
0
5
2
0
1
2
0
0

3b
1
3
0
0
2
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0

HR P
0 16
0 15
2 5
0 0
2 12
1 16
2 118
0 131
0 13
1 12
0 14
0 4
0 5
0 3

A
17
19
6
0
3
3
14
4
31
1
0
10
10
5

E
4
6
2
0
1
2
10
7
5
2
1
0
0
1

TB
33
29
10
2
32
26
30
21
19
5
13
7
2
2

Ave.
.409
.400
.400
.400
.370
.339
.333
.320
.269
.250
.245
.208
.133
.125

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Singles:
Kahn (M)
Weir (C)
6-1, 6-4.
Thorward
6-1, 6-2.
Rodriguez

Brewer ..............52 18
Patanelli ............ 8 1
Heyliger ... ....49 7
Larson..............4 3
Gee ...............15 3
Fishman ............16 3
Team batting average-.308.

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*Legend: AB-times at bat; R-runs; H-hits; 2b-two base hits; 3b-three
base hits; HR-home runs; P-put outs;, A-assists; E-errors; TB-total bases
made on hits; Ave.-batting average.
PITCHING RECORDS
**IP W L 11 BB SO HB Pet.
Gee ................. ........37 4 0 20 20 36 1 1.000
Fishman ......................30 4 0 18 7 19 2 1.000
Larson ........................40 4 1 29 9 50 2 .800
Andronik .....................11 0 1 10 7 9 1 .0001
Kremer.......................311 0 1 5 5 3 1 .000
Lahti........................4 0 1 4 3 1 0 .000
Rudness ....................... 6 0 0 2 4 5 0 .000
Harndon1.................... 0 0 2 1 0 0 .000

6-4.
Ganger (C) df. Flick (M), 6-2, 5-7,
6-3.
Levenson (M) df. Kaille (C), 6-1,
6-4.
Doubles:
Weir and Ingrham (C) df. Kahn and
Sherwood (M), 7-5, 6-1.
Ganger and Dorr (C), df. Thorward
and Rodriguez (M) 6-3, 4-6, 6-0.
Levenson and Flick (M) df. Waid
and Kaille (M), 7-5, 6-2.
BIG TEN TENNIS
At Iowa City, Iowa.: Iowa 5; Purdue
1.
At Chicago: Chicago 6; Minnesota
0.
TENNIS RACKETS

AS SEEN IN ESQUIRE

SUMMARIES

df. Dorr (C), 6-3, 7-5.
df. Sherwood (M), 4-6,
(M) df. Ingraham (C),
(M) df. Waid (C), 6-3,

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**Legend: IP-innings pitched; W-games won; L-games lost; H-hits al-
lowed; BB-bases on balls given; SO-number of men struck out; HB-hit
batter with pitched ball; Pct.-won and lost percentage.
LAWSON LITTLE FAILS
The failure of Lawson Little,
double winner of the American and -
British Amateur Gold Champion- - --
ships, to qualify, featured the far-
flung play in the sectional qualify-
ing rounds for the National Open

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