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RMt 20, 1937

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVE

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FishmanPitches Michigan

o 2-0 Victory Over Ohio State

Opponents Get
But Three Hits,
Off Aee Hurler
Kremer. Hits Twice ,
Peckinpaugh Plays Stellar
Game At 3fd; Heyliger,
Uricek Score
(Continued from Page 1j
third in an effort to nip Heyliger.l
Vic slid in under the throw, however,
and two men were resting on the
sacks with one out.r
Peckinpaugh bounced one to short
and Raudabaugh, seeing that he had
no chance to catch the speeding Hey-
liger at home, threw the hitter out
at first. Beebe fanned to end the
inning with the Wolverines hanging
onto a one-run lead.
In the sixth Uricek started things
off with a grounder to short that
Raudabaugh fielded poorly and threw
away in a hasty effort to make the
play at first. Uricek went to second
on the play and crossed the plate*
standing up a moment later when
Merle kremer lined a sharp single
into center. Danny Smick then hit
into a double play and Capt. Kimmyk
Wlliams was an easy out at first andl
what had appeared to be a big Mich-
igan scoring spree was nipped in thex
bud.
The Wolverines threatened again"
in the seventh and eighth but could
not push men all the way around.
Ohio State had only one man as far
as second base during the entirex
game and only 30 Buckeyes were atc
the plate. They hit only four ballst
out of the infield.Y
Michigan makes its first home ap-
pearance Wednesday afternoon onX
the Ferry Field diamond with a hard-v
hitting Wisconsin club furnishing thef
opposition.

Here's Tody's Dope
On Or"n"ig C"" sts
NEW YORK, April 19.-(/1
Weather pirospecI s, estimated atten-
dance and probable pikhing selec -
tions for the major league games to-,
morrow:
American Leagac:
Washin;ton at New York. Partly]
cloudy and warm, 50.000. Weaver or
Appleton vs. Gomez.
Boston at Philadelphia, fair, 20,-
000, Ferrel vs. Kelley.
Cleveland at Detroit, fair, 35,000,1
Harder vs. Auker.
Chicago .at St. Louis, fair, 12,000,
Kennedy vs. Hildebrand.
National League:
New York at Brooklyn, partly
loudy and warm, 30,000, Schu-j
macher vs. Mungo.
St. Louis at Cincinnati, lair anda
warm, 34,000, J. Dean vs. R. Davis.
Pittsburgh at Chicago, cloudy, 25,-
000, Blanton vs. French.
Show Up-Well
In F roshDrill
Apprcximately forty candidates
answered the first call for freshman
baseball yesterday afterncon at South
Ferry Field.. They were sent through
limbering-up exercises and a short
batting drill. Intra-squad games are
scheduled for today and the remain-
der of the week, according to Coach
Bennie Oosterbaan.
Several battery men, who have
been working out with the varsity
during indoor drills, looked good in
their first outdoor work-out. Russ
Dobson, lanky Ann Arbor right-
hander is probably the class of the
pitchers, although there are others
who rank close behind, among them
Bruce Randall, Ralph Bittinger, and
Al August of Detroit, Bill Stevens of
Flint, and Jack Barry, a transfer
from Michigan State. Randall is
the lone southpaw of the group.
Johnny Schuler of Royal Oak heads
the catching squad with Forrest Eva-
shenski of Detroit and Louie Cucciaj
of Bedford Hills, New York, aisu
garded as good prospects.

Philles Down .
uLooking 'mOe
Boston Twice -CAg
,- EVERYONE is co~ming through with
Int hispreditions these days as to what
team is going to win the major league
baseball crowns.. Here's one to take
Win 2-1 And 1-0; Athleticsl"f'rwhat it is worth.
Score 4-3 Victory Over ..The mrican looks like another
Washington Senators ee r okthze for the Ruppert Rifles. The
Yanks may be getting older every
BOSTON, April 19. - ) - Al- year but no other club in the league
has added enough strength to close.
though generally consigned to last that 19-game gap.
inacc n the National League, the The battle for second place should
liilics cleaned up both games of a be a good cne, however. Detroit,
holiday opening bill today by de- Cleveland, Chicago,.Washington andE
fiatir.g the Bees 2-1 in the forenoon !Boton have all been picked. by ex-
contest and coming back to admin- peits to finish in the runner-up post
iEer a 1-0 shutout in the afternoon, with the odds generally favoring the
L crowd of 10,000 turned out for the Tigers. Hank Greenberg's return has
icrning game and 25,000 saw the instilled a lot of punch into theirl
Zccn contest. batting attack and Mickey Coch-#
An eleventh inning home run .by cane's fiery leadership should keepf
MoirB Aniovich broke up the morn- 'the Bengals in the running.
in huclin. duel between the veter- Picking Cleveland for anything but
ans Guy Bush of the Bees. and Syl- the second division is equivalent to,
. t : Johnson, Phillie righthander. clinbing right out on the limb, but1
JohuSon held the Bees to four hits ,the highly touted Bob Feller and the
while the visitors were rapping out addition ,of Lyn Lary and Julius Sol-1
eight oxf Bush. Johnson was re- ters have undoubtedly strengthened
placed by' Wayne La Master in the' the disappointing Indians. If the'
ninth inning, after the Bees put two !adoration of the fans doesn't ruin
men on bases with one out. La- Feller, Steve O'Neill's boys should
Master pitched hitless ball until Ar- finish the season in third place.
novich's game-winning circuit smash. I : *
Bucky Walters turned in a four In the National, the Cubs, Cards
hit pitching performance at the ex- and Giants seem all set to wage an-
pense of Danny Macfayden to shut- other ding-dong battle for the pen-
out the Bees 1-0. nant with Bill Terry's Giants getting
Only in one inning, the fourth, were the nod. Schumacher and Hubbell
the Bees able to advance a runner should be able to match the Deansl
beyond first base. Eddie Mayo and Land Warneke on the mound and New
Vince Di Maggio opened the inning York's fight should pull it through{
with successive singles but Frank by the scantiest ot margins. The
McGowan hit into the first of threeig fheoert cus Te
Mc~oan it ntothefirt o thee!Cubs .are a threat but lack the pitch-
double plays completed by the visit- i1ng of the other two clubs. The
ors.TonysCucielloeded bytheisn- Pirates, with Arky Vaughn and Paull
igs. bony Cuccinello ended the n- Waner, should finish fourth.
nmng by striking out. -____ _______
The Phils' winning marker was-
registered in the fourth. With one Williams and a timely hit by catcher{
out, Atwood reached first base on Earl Brucker, a 30-year-old newcom-,
Warstler's miscue, took third on a er to the Athletics.
single by Norris and scored when A capacity crowd of approximately
Cuccinello juggled Scharein's slow 32,000 fans, many in shirt sleeves and,
grounder.I thin dresses, saw Joe Cascarella of
'the Senators engage Williams, a 23-#
A year-old right hander from AHAt ilor '

Trackmen Score Eleven Firsts Kipke Works Team
As Bears Are Routed, 81.5-49.5 For Practice Game

By ROY HEATH
Coach Brutus. Hamilton's Univer-
sity of California track team fell
upon evil times indeed Saturday af-,
ternoon :when a troupe of wandering
tracksters from the University of
Michigan paid them a visit at Ed-
wards. Field,. Berkeley, took eleven
out of a possible fifteen first places,
and handed the Golden Bears an
81./2 to 49%'2 lacing.
Chief performer for the Wolverine
invaders was !Big ,Bill Watson, ver-
satile Negro ace, who heaved, tossed
and jumped his way to 13 points
and high point 'honors for the after-
noon's workout. 'Watson -annexed
the shot put, and discus .nd took
a close second in the broadjump.
. Food Shows, Well
Captainl Bob Osgood turned in his
.usual polished exhibition :of timber
topping to lead the field in both
hurdle .events. Osgood. :also did a
turn on the winning..one-mile relay
to run his .point total to 111/4 points
for second individual scoring honors.
Davidson & Davidson of Michigan
collaborated to gallop off with the
mile and half-mile events. Harold
sprang the major upset of the meet
as he caught Michigan's crack miler
Clayt Brelsford flat footed in the
stretch and held his advantage tc
come home a winner.
Howard turned in. a brilliant 1:53.7
half-mile for the second Davidson
win. Bennie Starr, in his first ap-
pearance since he was tossed into
hock for this .and that, wound up
third behind Weiman of California.
Stller . Vinds ,G ing Easy
The Stoller-Smith -sprint combine
loafed home .as expected in the cen-
tury and furlong. Stoller breezed
past the judges in 9.8 as chunky Bear
Captain, Morris (Mushy) Pollock
struggled home inches ahead of Al
Smith to cop second money.
Smith found going easy in .the 220
as he beat out California's Jerry
Trumbly in 21.9. 'Pollock withdrew
from this event and George Ander-
son, one time ranking Pacific Coast
speedster, was out of both events
with a .recurrence of -his old leg
trouble.
.Stan Birleson, Michigan's Big Ten
champion quartermiler was robbed of
the opportunity to match strides with

Archie Williams, Olympic champion
at that distance when the Negro
star was forced to withdraw with a
leg injury. Birleson put on a stretch
driye to defeat the Bear's other able
440 man, Miller, in 48.9 seconds.
Voorhees brought the Bears their
only first place on the cinder paths
as he ran the best race of his career
to gallop home ahead of Harry
O'Connell and Neree Alix in the two-
mile event. He finished in 9:44.7.
Hunn, Kingsley Win
Dave Hunn vaulted 13 feet, which
was as high as he needed to go to
win the pole vault, Kingsley of Mich-
igan hitting ceiling at 12 feet 6 inches
for second place.
The Coast high jumpers scored the
only shutout of the afternoon when
they' took 1, 2, 3, in the high jump,
Jacques clearing the bar at 6 feet
11/2 inches for firstfl Lehman of
Califporni# galnered another Bear
first as he tossed the stick 175 feet
111/2 inches to beat out Martin of
Michigan by a scant five inches.
-Manuel of California leaped 24
feet 6 inches to keep Big Bill Watson
from running his point total to 15.
Here again five inches kept the Wol-
verinies from first place. The Wol-
verine one-mile relay team took their
expected five points as Clarke, Miller,
Osgood and Birleson passed the stick
around in that order to win handily.
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SUMMARIES

Michigan AB
Brewer, ss...........4
Peckinpaugh, 3b .....5
Beebe, c ............4
Uricek, 2b ...........4
Kremer, cf ..........3
Smick, lb ............4
Williams, rf .........'3
Heyliger, if ..........2
Fishman, p ..........1
Totals............30
Ohio State AB
Meyers, 2b ..........4
Pgpe, 3b .............4
Raudabaugh, ss ......4
Booth, cf ............3
Doris, if .... ........3
Hearnas, 'rf...........3
Wulfhorst, c.........3
Coughlin, lb........3
Dagenhard, p ........2

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BEGIN I-M BASEBALL TODAY
Forty fraternity baseball teams
will swing into action this after-
noon at 4:15 p.m. and 5:15 p.m.
in the opening contests of the in-
terfraternity baseball league, In-
tramural Director Earl Riskey an-
nounced yesterday.

A's WIN OPENER
WASHINGTON, April 19.-('P)-
Connie Mack of Philadelphia uncov-
ered a freshman battery today which
combined to defeat the Washington
Senators in a 10-inning game which
started the American League base-y
ball season. The score was 4 to 3.
Even the presence of President
Roosevelt, who had never seen Wash-
ington lose since he entered the
White House, failed to offset thej
pitching wizardry of rookie Almon

4 'a* '.fl'.A *Agilu 1all0111. Ja tJuala ,
in a tight pitchers battle.
Brucker broke up the game in the
tenth when he stepped into a fast.
ball and smacked a double deep into
center fie'ld to score Bob Johnson,
with the winning run.

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THE

GABARDINE

TO-IN-O.E" SUIT

Totals...........29 0 3 27 10
Score by innings:
Michigan..........000 011 000-2
Ohio State .........000 000 000-0
Dye batted for Dagenhard in ninth.
Errors--Brewer, Myers, Rauda-
baugh 2. Runs Uricek, Heyliger. Left
on base, Michigan 8; Ohio State 3.
Struck out by Fishman 4; Dagen-
hard, 6. Bases on balls off Dagen-
hard 2. Hit batsmen-Dogenhard
(Brewer and Fishman). Double plays
-Raudabaugh to Meyers to Cough-
lin; Meyers to Raudabaugh. Umpires
-Bailey and Bailey. Time of game,
1:40.
Portuguese Wrestler
Defeats Don George'
PARIS, April 19.-(P)-Al Peirrera,
Portuguese wrestler, evened his score
with the American, Ed Don George of
Buffalo, N. Y., by winning a return
match at the Sports Palace in two
out of three falls.
Peirrera-took the first fall in 26:56
with a scissors; George won the sec-
ond with an armlock in 12:59 and
the Portuguese threw the American
in 21:24 for the deciding fall.

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