THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Michigan BeatsYpsilanti Normal, 7-3, In Tenth Win Of I
Five Run Rally
In 8th Inning
Kremer Hits Triple And
Homer To Pace Team;
Three Pitchers Work
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drew his second base on balls of the
afternoon, leading the sacks.
Bailey, still unable to get his bear-
ings, walked Pitcher Smith and hit
Brewer, two more Michigan runs tal-
lying. Peck ended the inning by a
fielder's choice at third.
The Hurons drew first blood in the
second frame after one was out. Wea-
ver touched Smithers 1 forha double
and Bartling walked.' The former
then scored when Brewer booted
Zacher's ground ball. The next two
men were stifled.
Michigan came back to knot the
score in the fourth. Uricek got a
life on the first sacker's error, was
sacrificed to second by Kremer and
scored on Smick's single.
The school teachers scored twice
in the seventh. Zacher opened the
inning with his home run over the
centerfield wall. Then, after two men
had gone out in order, Todt singled
and scampered all the way home a
moment later when Scripter banged
a long double to left. That ended
the Huron scoring for the day.
John Gee allowed no hits during his
three-inning stretch on the mound.
Merle Kremer, with a triple and
homer, in three jaunts to the plate
led the Wolverine attack, besides
starring in the outfield with several
Chicago Award Winner
To Be Named Thursday
The Chicago alumni trophy for the
most outstanding freshman grid pros-
pect of the season will be awarded
at 4 p.m. Thursday in the Union, it
was announced yesterday by Coach
Harry G. Kipke.
Meyer Morton of Chicago, a mem-
ber of the Chicago Alumni association
will be present to make the award.!
Mr Morton has made the presenta-
tion for a number of years.
All freshman gridders are urged to
attend not only to see the award 1
but to witness the showing of movies
of the scrimmage in which many of
the yearling grid prospects partici-
Title - Holders
In I-M softball,
Tigers Lose 10-1
As Yanks Move Up
Gridmen Not Alone
Meet Is Over University:
Course; Karpinski Will
Play Number One
With Captain Al Saunders out of
the lineup for this afternoon's golf
meet with Michigan State, Coach
Ray Courtright has announced a
slightly revised slate for the matches.
The meeting, which has already been
postponed two times this season, will
be held over the University golf
course starting at 1 o'clock. Both
singles and doubles matches will take
place at the same time.
Warren Will Start
The vacancy caused by Saunder's
absence from the squad this after-
DETROIT, May 4.-(I)-The world'
champion Yankees got off to an au-
spicious start on their first western
trip today. Lefty Gomez, their star-'
left-hander, held the Detroit Tigers'
to four hits as the New Yorkers won,
10-1, and went into a first-place tie
with Mickey Cochrane's crew.
The Yanks clinched the game in
the first three innings. They scored
seven runs at the expense of Jake
Wade, the Tigers' young in-and-cut
southpaw, and, although Rookie
George Gill pitched with fair effec-
tiveness the rest of the way, the dcmn-
age already had been done.!
As Rally Gives
On Long Jaunt
Johnstone Leaves Today
With Six Men To Play
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Tom M~nn its omernoon will be illed by Billy Warren,
Tom McAnn Hits Homer nonr
With Three On To To who will be playing as a regular for1
the first time. He has, however,
FraternitySluggers played in both of the other Varsity3
meets as an alternate. Warren will
With the battle for play-off posi- be playing in the number three posi-
tions in the I-M fraternity softball tion.
league rapidly drawings to a close, Moved up to the initial post will be
Delta Upsilon, last year's winner, was Al Karpinski who is a regular starter.1
handed a severe set-back in its fight For the two job, Jack Emery will
to repeat this year when the D.K.E.'s again be used, and Bill Barclay will
trampled over them yesterday, 13-5. round-out the quartet.
Ed Thomas, the losing pitcher, did Coach Gourtright feels very uncer-
not have his sizzling fast ball well tain about the outcome of thei
enough under control and had to float matches, figuring that the team is not
a number across the plate to prevent playing'too good in practice. The
walking the batters. These the squad as a whole is three weeks late,
Dekes tookadvantage ofetoeknock he believes, and he can only hope
out 12 hits, including home runs by that State is in the same condition.
Dave Drysdale and Tom McAnn.t.i
Leading by only three runs at the, Has Good Combination
end of the fourth inning, the Dekes Michigan State will be bringing a
put the game on ice when they com- estrong team here having "one of the
bined four hits with an equal num- best combinations of golfers ever to
ber of walks to tally seven times in swing the sticks for State" in Ed
the fifth, McAnn's homer accounting Flowers and Tommy Brand. Scotty
for four of these counters. Dick Taylor, with two years of Varsity ex-
ong was the winning pitcher. perience behind him, and Roy Nelson
will round out the Spartan outfit.
The Pi Lambda Phi's dropped a -
heart-breaking 8-9 decision to the Tentative pairings will see Kar-
Phi Gamna Delta outfit when, with pinski against Flowers, Emery play-
bases loaded in the last inning and ing Brand, Warren facing Taylor and
only two runs needed to tie the Barclay opposing Nelson.
score, Paul Soboroff flied out to the State has met the same number of
leftfielder and Cy Elkes was nipped opponents as Michigan has, two, and
at third on a force-out, Bud Benja- has shown great strength. Their
min scoring after the catch. first meet was with Marquette and
Getting to Elkes for three hits w a s followed b y Northwestern.
and two walks, the Phi Gamms piled Against Northwestern they showed
up five of their runs in the first in- great power, narrowly missing a vic-
ning, Bob Angely poling a long tory over the tough Wildcats by a
homer into deep center to score 10-8 score.
three runners' ahead of him. Michigan, defending its Big Ten
The Chi Phi's had little trouble championship crown has defeated
downing Alpha Kappa Lambda, 14-9. Purdue and Ohio State in its first
Randy Braun, winning pitcher, al-' two games of the season. Saturday
lowed only two hits outside of the the Wolverine four will travel to
fifth inning when he was nicked for Champagne to meet the Illinois golf-
six hits, and a home-run. ers.'
By virtue of a four-run rally in the
ninth inning, Coach Bennie Ooster-t
baan's freshman baseball .squad,
nosed out the Varsity reserves 7-6,
yesterday afternoon on the frosh dia-
Johnny Schuler, stellar frosh
catcher, was the hero of his team's
belated victory drive. Afterssingling
sharply to drive in Paul Nielson with
the tying run, Schuler advanced to
third on infield outs by Leo Jablonski
and Hyle Carmichael, and then stole
home with the winning tally.
The reserves started the scoring
in the first inning by hopping on'
Russ Dobson's offerings for three
solid hits, including a long double'
by Elmer Gedeon, which netted three'
runs. They added another counter
in the fourth on successive singles by
Loren Greenblatt, Ed Mackenzie,
Bob MacFayden, and Vic Canever.
The freshmen could do no scoring
until the sixth inning when Leftfield-
er Forrest Evashenski slammed a
mighty triple to score Virgil Scott,
who had reached first on Pitcher
IacFayden's error. This was one
of the two hits the frosh could garner
off MacFayden's offerings during the
seven innings he performed. How-
ever, John Herring, who replaced him
was not so effective, and gave up two
runs in the eighth and four in the
Carmichael, who replaced Dobson in
the box for the freshmen, showed up
well as he allowed the upperclassmen
but four hits and two runs
With three Conference victories out 1
of four encounters tucked under its
belt the Varsity net team leaves to-
day for the Chicago and Evanston1
area for a weekend of what will
probably be the toughest matches of
the season. If they succeed in cap-
turing half of the four scheduled
meets they will be well satisfied.
Tomorrow, 'at Evanston, they take
on the 1936 champion Northwestern
squad, which has yet to win a match
this season by less than a 6-3 score.'
Friday they tangle with Minnesota
on the Purple courts. Saturday morn-
ing they meet the Maroons, generally
regarded on a par with the Purple,
at the Midwayh andrthat afternoon
they finish off the series against the
Ohio State racquet men, also at
Coach Johnstone is taking the six
men who showed up best on the In-
diana trip, namely, Captain Miller
Sherwood, Bill Mills, Jarvis Dean,
Jesse Flick, Neil Levenson, and Don
Percival. These men have blanked
all but two of their opponents this
year and have won all but one match.
Northwestern's Ball b r o t h e r s,
George and Russel, are two of the
outstanding men in the Conference.
Both have high Western and Inter-
collegiate rankings, and both beat out
their Chicago opponents last yearfor
titles in the Conference meet. Dick
Rugg and Mary Wachman rank prac-
tically along with them. Rugg has
been playing number two between the
Ball brothers and Wachman fourth.
Chicago, while runner-up to the
Wildcats last year, can be rated
their equal. With Norm Bickel and
Norbert Burgess leading the squad
and Bill and Chet Murphy, who last
year held national junior ratings.
Coast Johnstone's men can't hope
for too much in the upper flights.
During Spring, Too
In the spring a young man's fancy
turns-to many things. Take the
wrrestlers for instance, they have
started to get ready for next season
Forthe first time since he has
been here, Coach Cliff Keen has
called 'spring practice. This idea was
taken from the football team, but it
should work just as well in wrestling.
With the best chance that he has ever.
had for having an outstanding season
next year, Keen isn't going to be
All of the Varsity men have shown
up so far, and the freshman numeral
winners are going to come out soon
to work along and see how tough the
Varsity competition is. Keen is show-
ing them all a lot of new tricks that
they can practice this summer.
To top off the two weeks of prac-
tice, there will be a meet among
themselves, just to see how much they
need to do before next season.
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