THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Varsity Faces lKocsis - Kokes Duel Phi Beta Delta
P Td d 7Will Feature Golf
Purdue Today [VJeaW.t .ls Defeats Dekes
Match W ith Ilinos
In Baseball Tilt To Gain Finals
By GEORGE J. ANDROS
Fishman To Be On Mound Another individuai opponent of the PhiB.D.iWinscEasilyt9-2;
same caliber as the ones that caused Phi B.D. Ws Easily, 9-2:
For Wolverines; Seek him so much trouble last week end Dekes Give E. Townsend
Sixth Big Ten Win is on the boards for Capt. Chuck
SxhBgT nW nKocsis of the Varsity golf team to- Bad Support In Field
LAFAYETTE, Ind., May 14.- morrcw when he meets Wil Kokes of
Michigan's baseball team, hoping to Illinois over the University course. Capitalizing on numerous Deke
strengthen its hold on first place Records previous to this season give errors, Phi Beta Delta defeated Delta
with a victory over Purdue tomorrow the edge on ability to Captain Kocsis, Kappa Epsilon, 9 to 2, in their league
afternoon ,arrived here late tonight but on paper at least the Illini star play-offs yesterday to become the
to open one of the season's tough- seems more impressive so far this sea- last team to enter the championship
est road trips. son. bracket of the Intramural Softball
Coach Ray Fisher, although the Captain Kocsis, not yet quite up to tournament.
decision may be reversed before his usually consistent par-breaking The Dekes drew first blood with
game time, has selected Herm Fish- game this spring, lost to Fred Haas one run in the beginning of the first
man to start on the mound against of Louisiana State and Dick Wagner inning, but the Phi B.D.'s came back
the Boilermakers and Berger Lar- of Northwestern here last week-end. in their half of the first to put over
son and John Gee to work Saturday's Kokes this spring numbers among his five runs on three hits and four field-
important double header with Illi- defeated opponents Wagner, conquer- ing errors. The winners scored two
nois. or of Haas in Chicago, Notre Dame's more in the third and another pair
The Michigan club has the great- great Winnie Day, and Ray Beaver of in the fifth while the D.K.E. team
est of respect for Purdue's team due Indiana. scored its second run in the fifth.
to its work against the Illini Tues- ; Harold Brewer of Purdue held Al Blumenfeld was outstanding for
day when Hale Swanson won Illinois Kokes even in a dual meet, but the Phi B.D.'s allowing the losers but
eighth Conference win, 2-1. How- Brewer apparently was not around four hits and hitting a long home
ever, Fishman has yet to suffer de- I when Michigan defeated the Boiler- run over left field. Haskell Cohodes
feat this year and Fisher expects makers, Captain Kocsis playing and of Phi Beta Delta was the only play-
the dependable southpaw to come conquering Pete Smith. er to get more than one hit, pound-
At Urbana Saturday the Wolver- Kokes and Kocsis have never met ing out three safeties in as many
At UrbanaSagurday thoi rightin match play, the Michigan star be- times at bat.
handers in Swanson and Howie Berg ig eft behind to take part in the Earl Townsend did a good job of
and will counter with Captain Lar- qualifying trials for the National Open hurling for the Dekes but received
son and Gee. The latter pair have Ilast spring when the Wolverines jour- poor support. He allowed eight hits
chalked up eight wins. so far this neyed to Champaign to meet Coach and kept them well scattered.
year as compared to only one loss. John Utley's men. The championship bracket has
Larson will probably face Swanson In the Big Ten meet last year when gone out .to the quarter-final round
in the long awaited "Battle of the Captain Kocsis was second, three with four teams drawing byes. All
Swedes" while Gee will work in the strokes behind his teammate Johnny quarter-final games will be played
nightcap. Fischer with 284 for the 72 holes, Monday afternoon. The schedule
Michigan is hoping to take two of Kokes was out of the money and finds Delta Upsilon meeting Phi Beta
the week-end's three games and thus failed to break 300. Delta, Kappa Sigma versus Phi Delta
move farther ahead of the Illini who -Epsilon, Alpha Tau Omega verSus
have been favored to win the Big INFIELDERS LOWER HIS MARK Delta Tau Delta and Sigma Chi
Ten championship. Iowa, tied with versus Sigma Phi.
Michigan, has a paithfgamesrh Oscar Eckhardt, who led the Coast
Michigan, hasbattpair of gamesnwithlL
Wisconsin this week that may result eau nbtig sbtigol
in the Hawkeyes being ousted from .150 for the Dodgers, but says the A VERSATILE UMPIRE
the undefeated class, only difference between the minors Tommy Connolly, the umpire, is a
Fourteen men made the trip as and majors to him is the infielding. crack cribbage player.
Michigan players, Walter Bietila be-.
ing included for the first time since
reporting on return from the winter 1 N e n
Olympic games. It is possible that
he may get into one of the games in
the role of a pinch hitter. DFEET
The probable lineups for tomor-
row's game: D F E E T.
Rudness, cf Malaska, cf
Brewer, ss Bartz, rf
Ferner, 3b Lucas, 3b
Uricek, 2b: Young, lb
Jablonski, ce Mangas, If
Lerner, lb Sines, ss
Kremer, If Krause ,c
Heyliger, rf Waling, 2b
Fishman, p Rosser, p
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