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AY, MAY 26, 1937

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Gee Hurls No Hit Game As Varsity Nine Downs Hillsdd

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Southpaw Fans
12; Wolverines

-. By IRVIN LISAGOR

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Indiana Iron Man' .Leads Milers T o T ape
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Mutt Vs. Jeff.. ..
HERM FISHMAN, rotund south-
paw, whom teammates call
"Spanky McFishman," complained
about the item in yesterday's column
which stated that John Gee was a
topnotch tennis player . Herm
claims he's challenged Long John to
a match for two years now, but the
big boy won't accept . .. Herm was
singles champion in the junior .di-
vision several years ago ...
Bernie Bierman must believe
in the football cycle, for when in-
formed of the Minnesota-Ohio
State grid renewal in 1939, he re-
marked, "We'll probably be at
the bottom then." ... Jesse Flick
and Jarvis Dean, Varsity netters,
broke their racquets while play-
ing doubles in the Conference
tennis meet last week-which is
victory spirit, anyhow ... Walter
Stone, winner of the Penn Relay
steeplechase last year, ineligible
for competition this season, re-
fused to reveal his employer's
name when interviewed on the
air during the Big Ten track
meet, because he thought it would
be free advertising .. .
* *
Bob Wants A Day...
HAROLD MANDERS, Iowa's soph-
omore right-hander, who lost a
5-3sdecision to the Wolverines earlier
this year, is a cousin of Bob Feller
and when in high school, invariably
bested the Cleveland star, who
pitched for a rival school . .. Freddie
Trosko, Michigan's white hope on the
gridiron next fall, was never injured
in three years of high school play,
despite his apparently slight phy-
sique ...
When the Wolverines played Illi-
nois a couple of weeks ago, it was
"Reinhart Day," as hometown folks
honored the Illini left fielder by pre-
senting him with a gladstone bag ...
The idea had- such appeal for Bob
Campbell, Ionia's gift to the Varsity
,outfield, that he has instituted a
drive for a "Campbell Day," hoping
that the folks might hear about it and
give him a grip or something.
A singing teammate suggested
to Steve Uricek that his voice
sounded somewhat like Caruso's
. . "Yeh," piped Steve, "Robin-
son Caruso!"...
* * *
J OHN GEE'S no-run, no-hitter
against Hillsdale yesterday marks
the first time he has released the
strings on his fast ball all season.
Some temperamental defect had pre-
vented him from unwinding and pop-
ping his hard one over, and time and
again he'd find himself on the skids
for that reason. Normally, John's
zip ball has more hop on it than
most pitchers operating on amateur
standards,.and he can blow it by most
collegiate hitters. But he seemed
afraid to do it. Maybe yester.day's
performance will help convince him
of the fact.
'Bean Ball' Puts
Cochrane GOut;
Skull Fractured
NEW YORK, May 25.-(P)-Gor-
don (Mickey) Cochrane, manager of
the Detroit Tigers, was in "serious
condition" at St. Elizabeth's Hospital
tonight, from a skull fracture suffered
when he was "beaned" by one of
Bump Hadley's pitches during to-
day's game between the Tigers and
New York Yankees.
Dr. Robert E. Walsh, the Yankees
club physician, said an x-ray exam-
ination revealed a definite skull frac-
ture on his left temple.
Cochrane was resting quietly, how-
ever, at 10 p.m. (E.S.T.) Dr. Walsh

said, and there was little prospect of
a turn for the worse tonight.
His condition had remained un-
changed since he was brought to the
hospital late this afternoon.
Cochrane was injured in the fifth
inning of the game after he had hit
a home run in the third. He tried to
duck away from a fast pitch that
came up high and on the inside but
failed to get out of the way.

Varsity Scores All Three
Runs In Sixth Inning;
Three Games Left
HILLSDALE, Mich., May 25.-
(Special to The Daily)-Behind no
hit, no run pitching by John Gee the
University of Michigan Varsity base-
ball team defeated the Hillsdale Col-
lege nine here today, 3-0.
Gee, tall, lanky Wolverine hurler,
turned in one of the finest games of
his career as he fanned 12 of the 'Dale
batsmen. Relying almost entirely on
a fast ball, Gee had
.. the Hillsdale nine
stopped cold. Only
three balls were hit
out of the infield,
all of them high
flies that were easy
a chances for t h e
Michigan outfield-
ers. In five differ-
ent innings he
struck out two of
the three men to
face him.
Only in the first
GEE inning did Gee ap-
-ear to be in any trouble. With two
>ut he walked both Emerson and
,aiser. Day, however banged a hot
-ne to Walt Peckinpaugh who flipped
he ball to Pete Lisagor for the third
out. The only other free pass that
Gee issued was to Charland who
valked with one out in the sixth. On
,he next play, however, Rizzardi
mashed into a double play. Peckin-'
?augh to Lisagor to Smick.
Varsity Rallies
The Wolverines did all of their'
;coring in the sixth when they put
ogether two singles, a double and a
wo base error for three runs. After
3ee had rolled out to the pitcher and
Peckinpaugh had struck out, Lisagor
ingled to left and Beebe banged a
me-base knock through shortstop.
Uricek then hit a hot one just inside
third-base line which got through
leftfielder Platt for a two-base error
;coring all three of the Wolverines.
Michigan threatened to score in the
third inning when Harold Floersch
tot on base when Smith dropped his
fly in center field and Walt Peckin-
paugh singled over second. On the
first pitch to Lisagor, however, the
runners attempted a double steal and
?loersch was trapped between third
and home and run down for the third
out.
Garner Six Hits
The Wolverines garnered six hits
off the combined offerings of Hogan
and MacIntosh, Lisagor being the
only Michigan player to get two safe-
ties.
The Michigan nine has but three
games remaining on the current
schedule, meeting Michigan State
there on Saturday and at the Varsity
field on Memorial Day, then winding
up in a night game at Toledo next
Wednesday.
Box Score

Durable Don Lash, Indiana distance king, put on one of his famous
e last lap spurts Saturday to capture the Conference crown in the one
mile run in 4:14.4. Trailing Lash as he breasts the tape are Wisconsin's
Chuck Fenske and two Indiana teammates, Jim Smith and Tommy
Deckard.

Neil Levenson
To Captain'38
Tennis Squad
Succeeds Sherwood; Two
Dual Meets Scheduledi
Before Season Ends
Neil Levenson, '38E, was elected
captain of the 1938 tennis team yes-
terday by the members of this year's
squad. He succeeds Miller Sherwood,
the varsity's number one singles and
doubles man this season.
Playing in the number five spot
most of the season, Levenson posted
one of the best showings of the sea-
son. In dual meets played this sea-
son he won six out of ten singles
matches and seven out of nine
doubles. In the Conference meet with
Bill Woolsey in the third flight
doubles he gained the semi-final
round to give the Wolverines one of
their five points gained in the meet.
Two of the singles losses were
against Northwestern's Marv Wach-
man, who won the finals in the sec-
ond flight singles of the Big Ten
meet, and against John Shostrum of
Chicago, who took the fifth flight
championship last weekend. The two
doubles losses were also to Maroon
and Wildcat players, who also won
championships in the finals.
Levenson, with Bill Mills and Bill
Woolsey, regulars this year, and
Bill Smith, Don Percival, an-1 John
Kidwell, alternates, will form the
nucleus of next year's squad.
Coach Johnstone's men have con-
tinued practice this week in the hope
that the two remaining dual meets
which were scheduled for earlier in
the season and postponed several
times on account of rain will be
played before final exams start.
Nelson Tops Field
I P.G.A. With 139
PITTSBURGH, May 25.-()-By-
ron Nelson of Reading, Pa., shyest,
thinnest, and straightest of the golf-
ing great, swung around the Field
Club's mountain in 71 strokes today
to win the qualifying medal in the
20th Professional Golfers Association
championship;
His 36-hole total was 139, five shots
under par, and three ahead of fath-
er par's favorite son, Harry Cooper
of Chicago, who added a 70 today to
his 72 of yesterday.

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In The Majors

AMERICAN LEAGUE Charles Shaw of Sturgis.
440 yard run: Peter Carter from
Detroit........001 000 002-3 9 0 Tuskegee, Alabama, is Coach Do-
New Yorkd......100 020 x-4 10 1 herty's best freshman quarter miler.
Rowe and Cochrane, Hayworth: Carter has circuited the Ferry Field
Hadley, Murphy and Dickey'cinder oval in 0:51.7, the best turned
Cladelphia .. . 0000 200-21 in this spring by a yearling runner.
Phiadephi ..00 00 20-2 1 880 yard run: Coach Doherty
Harder, Galehouse and Pytlak; nae ystw en when ased
Smith, Ross, Turbeville and Hayes. named just two men when asked
Chicago ........100 000 314-9 12 0 about this race. Robert Jester of
Washington .... 000 100 001-2 7 q Schenectady and Francis Hogan of
Lyons and Sewell; Deshong, Linke, Hornell, New York, a pair of half
Cohen and Hogan. milers have both broken the fresh-
St. Louis ........000 000 020-2 6 3 man standard in tests this year. Their
Boston .........301 000 00x-4 7 0 times, 1:56.5 for Jester, and 1:56.6
Hogsett, Trotter and Hemsley; for Hogan, stamp this duo as brilliant
Grove and Desautels. prospects to fill the vacancies which
will be created by the graduation this
NATIONAL LEAGUE June of every one of the varsity half
Brooklyn .......000 000 110-2 6 2 milers.
Pittsburgh ......001 000 000-1 6 1 One mile run: Two more New York-
Mungo and Phelps; Swift and ers and a Saginaw freshman give.
Todd. Coach Doherty a trio of outstanding
New York ......600 000 120-9 16 0 milers. Ralph Schwartzkopf, the
Cincinnati .....003 000 000-3 11 1 Michigan runner, negotiated eight
Gumbert and Mancuso; Hallahan, lengths of the field house track in
R. Davis and V. Davis. 4:20.8 to set a new freshman record.
Philadelphia . . .000 002 010-3 9 1 And right on his heels are Karl Wis-
Chicago .......301 000 Olx-5 10 0 ner from Corning, N.Y. and Henry
Passeau, Mulcahy and Wilson; Lee Heyl from Tyrone, who have turned
and Hartnett. in some good times this year. Wisner
Softball Finalists To Clash Today
A pitching duel is in prospect this where they will meet the winner
afternoon when Chi Psi meets Sigma of the Law Club-D.D. debate.
Chi in the finals of the Inter-Fra- The Jay Hawks started their scor-
ternity Softball League. Jack Pal- ing in the second inning. With one
mer, who has three no-hit games to out, Leo Fiegal drew a pass and went
his credit this season will be on the to third on Jack Brennan's single.
mound for the Chi Psis, and Charley Harold Nichols walked to fill the
Pink will twirl for the Sigs. The
game will be played at 5:15 at Palmer cleared with a lusty triple. They
Field. scored again in the third and fifth
The two teams will line up as fol- innings, home runs by Fiegal and Ed
lows: Chi Psi-Jim Brown, ss; John Wisniewski accounting for two tallies.
Tillie, lf; Bob Palmer, c; Jack Pal- Their last two runs came in the sixth
mer, p; Dick Evans, 2b; Ed Green- on doubles by Fiegal, Riesner, and
wald, sc; Jim Rae, b; Neil McKay, Jim Spence.
cf; Bob Isgrigg, 3b;aand Ray Frazier, The Foestersgof six hits tothe
rf. Sigma Chi: Jack Bulkeley, 3b; TeFrsesgotsx istoth
Bill Pioch, 2b; Joe Ellis, ss; Charley winners' eight, but all of them were
Pink, p; Moose Harrington, lf; John singles and Fiegal, Hawk hurler, was
Hinkeley, c; Max Schoetz, lb; Dave tough in the pinches. Stoker of the
Dale, rf; Bob Parkins, sc; and Bruce Forestry Club had a perfect day at
Campbell, cf. bat, getting three for three.
In the Independent division, the
Jay Hawks took advantage of timely
hitting to beat the Forestry Club, 7-0.
The win puts the Hawks in the finals \

Michigan-A
Peckinpaugh, ss ......4
Lisagor, 2b..........4
Beebe, c .............4
Uricek, 3b ...........4
Kremer, cf ...........3
Smick, lb ...........3
Fishman, lb ........0D
Campbell, rf ........3
Floersch, If ..........3
Gee, p ..............3
Totals...........31
Hillsdale AB
Charland, 2b.. .. . 3
Rizzardi, rf ..........4
Emerson, 3b .........3
Zaiser, lb ...........2
Day, ss ..............3
Farquharson, c ......3
Smith, cf . ............3
Platt, if............3
Hogan, p...........2
MacIntosh, p.. ....1
Totals ............29

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Errors: Beebe. Smith; Runs batted
in: Uricek 2. Two base hits: Uricek.
Left on bases: Michigan 3, Hillsdale
0. Bases on balls: Off Gee 3; off Ho-
gan 1. Strikeouts, by Gee 12, by Ho-
gan 3. Passed ball, Beebe. Time: 1:50.
Umpires, Brannick and Williams.

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