',MAY 9, 1937
THE MICUIGAN DAILY
To Wi By 9-3
Poat Wins Fourth Big Ten
Game Shattering Varsity
(Continued from Page 1)
Reach Union Table
Tennis Meet Finals
With but five of the original 50 con-
testants left in the tourney, the an-
nual Union Ping Pong tournament,
held this year in conjunction with
College Humor Magazine, is nearing
In the upper bracket, the lone semi-,
finalist is Nathan Ostrich, '39, who
has successfully turned back three
opponents. He will meet the winner
of the Herb Lev-Hayes quarter-final
match. The lower bracket finds
Dick Stone, '38, pitted against O.
King Lim in the semi-final. Stone,
who is defending campus champion,
is the only one of the five seeded
players who is still competing for the
Strangely enough, not one of the
players who defeated the seeded play-
ers is left in the tournament. From
all indications the 1937 Union Ping
Pong champion should be determined
within a week.
throttled the Michigan bats so ef-
fectively that Coach Fisher's nine
made but three hits and no runs in
the last six stanzas. The tall sopho-
more righthander brought his strike-
out total against Big Ten competition
up to 39 by striking out seven Wolver-
ine batters and ran his Big Ten vic-
tory string to four games.
Brewer Leads Attack
Don Brewer led the Michigan bat-
ting attack with two hits in two trips
to the plate. Don was forced to leave
the game in the fourth inning be-
cause of an arm injury sustained
when "Augie" Sisco, Illini shortstop,
crashed into him at second base in
the third inning. Brewer had just
stepped on the bag to force Sisco
and managed to get his throw off to
Danny Smick to complete a double
play before the Illinois shortstop
collided with him.
The Wolverines drew first blood in
the initial stanza when Brewer, the
lead-off man, opened the inning with
a single and scored standing up on
Steve Uricek's hard single between
short and third after Walt Peckin-
paugh had gone out third to first and
LeoBeebe had struck out swinging.
"Butch" Kremer then walked to put
men on first and second but the best
that Danny Smick could do was an
easy, roller to Sisco.
Varsity Counters In Second
Michigan got another counter in
the second when Herm Fishman
bounced a single through the box to
score Bob Campbell who had walked
and been advanced to second on Pete
Lisagor's neat sacrifice. Brewer then
singled to put men on first and sec-
ond but Peckinpaugh flied to center
and Beebe ended the inning with a
foulto the first baseman.
Fred Reinhart opened the fourth
stanza for Illinois with a single be-
tween first and second, and the pa-
rade was'on. Boudreau was safe on
Brewer's error and then Murray
Franklin hit a long double to center
that brought Boudreau and Reinhart
home standing up for the first two
Illini runs. Tom McConnell was
called out on strikes and Franklin
scored the third run of the inning
on Hinze's single. John Callahan
forced Hinze at second for the second
out, and at this point, Brewer left
the game, Lisagor went to shortstop,
and Heyliger took his place in right
field. Sisco singled and Poat beat
out an infield hit to fill the bases.
Fishman then got himself out of a
tough spot by forcing Wib Henry to
ground out short to first.
The Varsity had its last scoring
chance in the eighth when Campbell
reached first with a hard single but
Poat bore down and the next two bat-
ter, Lisagor and Fishman, went down
CHICAGO, May 8.-(Special to
The Daily)-Six staunch Wolverine
,racquet-wielders ran up against two
of the toughest teams in the Big Ten
today, and lost the third and fourth
Conference matches of their grueling
three-day road trip. The Ann Ar-
bor netmen fell before Ohio State in
the morning, 5-4, and wilted beneath
the strokes of the championship-
bound Chicago Maroons in the after-
The morning affair with the Buck-
eyes was as long and hard-fought as
the score indicates. Robert Niehou-
sen, Ohio's championship runner-up,
came close to being upset by Michi-
gan's hard-driving number-one man,
Miller Sherwood. Sherwood took the
first set, 7-5, lost the second set only
after a hard fight, 6-4, and might
have battled it out to the finish in
the deciding set had it not been for
the wearying schedule behind him.
In contrast, the Chicago contest
was short and decisive. Norm Bickel,
Conference champ, had little trouble
smashing placements away from
Sherwood, and Bill Murphy, the
crack Maroon number-two netster,
trounced Bill Mills, 6-1, 6-1. Jesse
Flick came closest to winning a set
for Michigan when he pushed Chet
Murphy, Bill's twin brother, to an
At South Bend, Notre Dame 74;'
At Indianapolis, Butler 66; North
Central (Naperville, Ill.) 60.
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Runs batted in: Smick, Uricek,
Fishman, Franklin 2, Hinze 2, Rein-
hart, Poat, Sisco 2, Boudreau; Two
base hits: Franklin; Three base hits:
Callahan, Henry; Home run: Rein-
hart; Stolen bases: Campbell, Hinze;
Left on bases: Michigan 12, Illinois 7;
Sacrifice: Lisagor; Base on balls, off
Poat 4, off Fishman 1; Strike outs,
by Poat 7, by Fishman 3; Hit by
pitcher, by Poat, Lisagor; Time of
game: 2:05; Umpires: Vick and
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life into the rally with his first hit of
the Conference season, a single, but
Peckinpaugh ended the inning with
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