THE MICIIIGAN DAILY
On Long Trip
Varsity Meets Hoosiers
L NL;By GEO. J. ANDROS Tomorrow; Plays Illini,
M tt's Adieu ... jPurdue This Week-End
IN MY three and one-half years as Coach Ray Fisher's Varsity base-
contributoe to the Daily's sport ball squad, determined to get re-
cnt Ibuto t he aly's sport venge for the two Big Ten defeats
page, I have used many words in that they suffered at the hands of
recording the deeds of one Matt Pat- Indiana and Illinois last week end,
anelli. I have said he was the stand- will leave at 2 p.m. this afternoon for
out figure in three very lean years of Bloomington, Ind., where they will
Michigan football-and meant it. He meet the Hoosiers tomorrow in a re-
was truly one of Michigan's great turn engagement and then move on
ends, a certain All-American with an for contests with Purdue and illn io
outstanding team. During the winter Fisher has not decided whether he
months I have will take 15 or 16 players on the
praised him as one .trip. The extra player, if one is taken.
of the outstanding will be either Harold Floersch, out-
ball hawks in Big fielder, or Bill Lane, first baseman
Ten b a s k e tball. Brewer Will Play
For three seasons The remainder of the squad will
I have been wait- include pitchers, Herman Fishman,
i haveubeenrwait- Burt Smith, John Gee, Johnny
ing to usher him Smithers and Chuck McHugh; catch-
out in the style he.ers, Captain Kim Williams and Leo
deserves. Now itBeebe; infielders, Danny Smick, Steve
becomes my task -Uricek, Don Brewer, Pete Lisagor and
to write of the unfortunate-even Walt Peckinpaugh; and outfielders,
ignominious-ending of Patanelli's Bob Campbell, Merle Kremer and Vic
career as a Michigan athlete. As a Heyliger.
reserve outfielder on the Varsity base- Brewer's injuries sustained in the
ball team Pat suffered a broken jaw Illinois game, are mending fast and
Monday night in a most surprising he should be in condition to play in
and mysterious fashion. It was a the Indiana contest tomorrow.
intra-squad practice game and Matt Team Looks Bad
allowed himself to be trapped off Matt Patanelli, reserve outfielder,
third-almost purposely, it seemed. was lost to the team for the rest of
Caught finally within a 10-foot space the season when it was revealed at
near the plate, Matt tried to duck the University hospital that his jaw,
around catcher Leo Beebe and reach hurt when he was trapped and run
home. In the process he came in down between third and home in a
contact with Beebe's knee, padded practice game, was really broken.
with regulation guards. It was no The Wolverines continued to look
charge or dive, merely a move to get the part of a very mediocre ball team
around the catcher. The result was yesterday as they lost a practice game
a broken jaw-and the removal of one to Coach Bennie Oosterbaan's best
wisdom tooth. Earlier in the sea- freshman nine by a 5-2 score.
son Matt had been hit on the jaw
with a pitched ball-and suffered no TAKES TO WATERI
ill effects whatsoever. BATH, Maine, May 11.- (AP) - In
* * j one of the most graceful launchings
Netters Seek Win
Against Ypsi Today
B y Freshman
Parimutuel Clerk Has
A Story For Diogenes
Michigan's roaa-weary tennis team ! I BALTIMORE, May 11.- (/")-A
will have a chance to end their dis- BBlicoretraypa .-tel)-A
astrous string of losses when they ~ ealn, 3. Pimlico race track parimutuel clerk
Ifac Ypsilanti ofmlosshe th eyaf- has something to tell Diogenes, that
fen n i Normal here this af- old seeker of honest men.
ternoon- Behind the four-hit pitching of Bob Several days ago the mutuel clerk
With Bill Mills still out of the line- Annis, Coach Bennie Oosterbaan's1 passed out $400 to a bettor whose
up, due to a severe cold, the Wol- freshman baseball team defeated the ti- e l . frhftnn o
verines will keep Captain Miller Sher- Varsity nine by a score of 5-2 in a
wood at the No 1 position, while the seven inning practice game yesterday
remainder of the regular squad will on the Varsity diamond.
all move up a notch to fill Mills' va- Annis, a right-hander from Linden,
cancy and Bid Woolsey will occupyMich., displayed a fine fast ball and
a sharp-breaking curve in settingI
The Ypsi match shoud be a breath- down the regulars. John Gee, Chuck
er for Michigan, with the majority of Mcllugh and "Butch" Kremer, divid-
the singles matches due to fall to the ed the mound duties for the Varsity,
home forces and Jarvis Dean and Jes- and each was touched for at least
sie Flick, the only pair to score one score.
against Northwestern's conference Charley Prochaska, frosh catcher,
camps, sure of a win in the doubleswas the batting star of the game, get-
ting a double and single in three trips
Michigan Out Of Race to the plate, and driving in three
runs. Shortstop Mike Rodnick wasI
y Still Run close behind him with two singles.
Kremer was the only Varsity man
It may be 100 degrees in the shade to solve Annis' pitching, getting two
down at Bloomington tomorrow, and of the four hits, both singles.
the "Gas House Gang" may be dead
tired in the last innings of the gaie
with the Hoosiers, but the players Independents Advance
will still be running in and out to I Softball Tourney
At the beginning of the season, Independent softball teams began
Coach Ray Fisher announced that the final chase for the I-M title yes-
he was going to make every effort to terday afternoon.
shorten the time consumed in play- Outlasting their opponents in the
ing a Varsity game. sixth inning, the Forestry Club nosed
The first contests took just as long out the Rookies, 13-12. After push-
as ever so Coach Fisher posted a ing across one run in the fifth to tie!
notice on the bulletin board in the the score at eight-all, the Foresters
locker room to the effect that any combined three singles with home
player who did not run in and out runs by Dirk and Yost to score five
to his position during a game would runs in their half of the sixth. Com-
be reported by the managers and ing up for the last time, the Rookies I
would be required to run around the filled the bases which August Faby-
Ferry Field wall for each offense. an's home run promptly cleared. But
Bob Campbell and Chuck McHugh Art Kuesel induced the next batter
failed to heed the warning and had to pop up to the infield for the last
to make the long trek. Latest re-. out,
ports have it that Bob and Chuck While the D.D. number two team
are now among the staunchest sup- was beating Penthouse 17 to 2, the
porters of Fisher's "shorten-the- D.D.'s No. 1 were taking a 20-5 wal-
game" movement, loping at the hands of the Law Club.
caU eu o u $ New
the mistake and the fact that the
clerk would have to repay the money
or lose his job was printed by a local
The columnist's item declared the
clerk's family would suffer if he paid
the money back. A couple of days
later a man walked up to the clerk's
booth at Pimlico and said:
"I'm the fellow who got that $200.
Here it is."
In The Majors
Philadelphia . .200
Boston ....... 212 030 300-11 11
Cleveland .....200 110 000- 4 10
New York .....000 000 011- 2 7
Chicago......200 202 10x- 7 10
Washington ...210 001 001- 5 11
St. Louis .....000 020 23x- 7 14
St. Louis .....124 000 000- 7 13
About Tennis Racquets .. .
The Michigan campus is a veritable
breeding place for strange student oc-
cupations, but just the same it does
one good to see that there are a
couple of fellow students who know
what is what about a tennis racquet.
Down on South University across
from where the Den used to be, two
Michigan students operate t h e
University Tennis Service and they
are two lads who know more than a
little about stringing a racquet. I'll
probably have Business Manager
Johnny Park on my neck, but I mean
Chicago, 7; Northwestern, 2.
in the history of international riv-
alry for the America's Cup, Harold S.
Vanderbilt's Ranger, his $300,000 bid
for defense of the famous $50 trophy,
took to the water today.
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