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AY, MAY 28, 1937



Baseball Men,

7 Netters




Three Players
Lost To Team
By Graduation
Patanelli, Heyliger, Gee
Are Only Seniors; Capt.
Williams To Return
Coach Ray Fisher announced yes-
terday the award of 16 major, and
five secondary letters to the members
of the 1937 varsity baseball squad.
The following received major let-
ters: Leo Beebe, '39, Garden City,
Mich.; Don Brewer, '38, Detroit; Bob
Campbell, '38, Ionia; Herm Fishman,
'38, Detroit; Harold Floersch, '38,
Wyandotte; John Gee, '37, Syracuse,
N.Y.; Vic Heyliger, '37, Concord,
Mass.; Irvin Lisagor, '39, Chicago;
Merle Kremer, '38, East Conneaut,
Ohio; Matt Patanelli, '37, Elkhart,
Ind.; Walter Peckinpaugh, '39, E.
Cleveland; Ohio; Danny Smick, '39,
Hazel Park, Mich.; Burt Smith, '38,
Detroit; Johnny Smithers, '38, Elk-
hart, Ind.; Steve Uricek, '38, Flint;
and Capt. Kim Williams, '38, Ka-
tonah, N.Y.
Secondaries To Five
The secondary awards were given
to: Lester Brauser, '38, Bradford, Pa.;
William Lane, '38, Detroit; Bob Mc-
Fayden, '38, Upper Montclair, N.J.;
Charles McHugh, '39, New York
City and Joseph Paulus, '39, De-
Only three of these lettermen will
be lost to next year's team. Johnny
Gee, leader of the basketball squad,
climaxed his collegiate pitching ca-
reer by hurling a no-hit game against
Hillsdale. Vic Heyliger, hockey cap-
tain, played in the left garden this
year. Matt Patanelli, captain of the
football team, had to drop from the
active list after he broke his jaw in
a collision with Leo Beebe's knee
midway through the season.
Kimy Williams, captain of this
year's team, was inactive during the
entire 1936 campaign and will be back
next year. Normally a catcher, Wil-
liams played in the outfield this sea-
son because he had not sufficiently
recovered his strength to handle the
backstop duties.
Infielders Return
Fisher will have a few worries about
his next year's infield. Danny Smick,
first sacker, Steve Uricek, second
baseman, Don Brewer, shortstop,
Walt Peckinpaugh, third baseman,
and Pete Lisagor, utility infielder are
among the letter winners who will be
back. The pitching staff will be in-
tact with the exception of Gee.
Wesley Brew, varsity manager this
year, announced that the picture of
the squad in uniform will be taken
at 3:30 p.m. this afternoon.
In The Majors I
Detroit ..101 000 002 000 1-5 15 1
New York 301 000 000 000 0-4 10 2
Bridges, Rowe, Russell and Hay-
worth, Tebbetts; Broaca, Murphy and
Chicago ........000 000 001-1 6 1
Washington . . .101 000 00x-2 9 1
Stratton, Dietrich and Sewell;
Weaver and Gray.
Cleveland ......020 150 000-8 9 0
Philadelphia ...220 100 200-7 11 0
Whitehill, ;Hudlin, Wyatt, Harder
and Sullivan; Caster, Turbeville,
Gumpert, Smith and Brucker.
Boston ......010 320 020-8 12 1
St. Louis .......200 020 102-7 11 1
Turner and Lopez; Johnson, Win-
ford and Owen.
New York.......:001 000 011-3 9 0

Cincinnati . ...000 002 000-2 7 0
Schumacher, Coffman, Hubbell and1
Mancuso; Grissom and V. Davis.

Three Seniors

Don Budge Is Chief American Hope


A Coincde Of Tisticking to it and consequently be-
A otncder en Time ... smirching the ball. The umpire,
ABOUT 13 YEARS AGO I saw my George Moriarty, after maintaining
first professional baseball game, unusual silence during the game, fi-
played between the Bluefield (W.Va.) nally walked out to warn Fisher about
Blue Grays and the Pocahontas (Va.) it. Then he tossed a new ball to the
Indians in the long-defunct Coalfield catcher, who was an inveterate to-
circuit. The affair remains vivid in bacco chewer.
my memory, not so much because I
wore shoes that afternoon, but be- The backstop spat into his
cause the paths of the Bluefield bat- mitt, rubbed the ball thoroughly
tery were to converge in another into it and then flipped it to the,
nearby' town, intact, though some- second baseman, another addict
what battle-scarred from years of of the chaw weed, who again
diamond warfare. soaked it in his stained saliva.

From our grass-lined seats 6n
a hillside overlooking the ball
park, we couldn't distinguish the
faces of the performers. Nor
could we hear the ump announce
the battery. But we did marvel
nl Cho lim k Pfrmne of thn

When the ball got to Ray, it
looked like someone had applied
a coat of black paint to it. Um-
pire Moriarty took one glance at
it and slapped a $5 fine on Fisher.
* * *

at Me SUCK perrorm~a'IIce or ti ne Dots and Dashes - John "Jabby"
Blue Gray hurler and his receiv- Jablonski, Varsity catcher last year,
ing mate. Next day's paper who was signed by the Cincinnati
shrieked of the great game Reds and sent to Peoria of the Three-
pitched by one Victor Sorrell, a I league, has been farmed to Tiffin
recruit from Carolina. His catch- in the Ohio State loop for further
er's name was Ray Hayworth. experience ... Don Gugler, whom lo-
* * * cal fans saw play third base for Iowa
'Bccer Juice.Did It. . last season in the Conference title
tilt, seems headed for the Big Show
COACH RAY tFISHER was inno- ... Signed by Cleveland, he has been
cently victimized for the only farmed to Wilkes-Barre Barons in the
pecuniary penalty he ever received NYP league and is hitting at a .324
while pitching in the majors. Accus- clip at present . . . In 60 games with
tomed to dropping his glove along the Zanesville last season, after gradua-
base line, Ray found on this particu- tion, he hit .359, and Cleveland bosses
lar day that some black earth was are enthused over his prospects--

Complete 3rd
Inn oning Davis Cup Tennis Match
Year On Team,_ v
,eBy AL BENTLEY tion, is the most eccentric of the lot. captain of the American team, will
l Mee fSeason Don Budge vs. Australia. Although a southpaw, he serves with wear a big smile.
Postponed As Exams Are! That is the way the tennis experts his right hand, uses his left on fore- It is almost useless to say that Quist
are doping the coming Davis Cup hand drives, and both on the back- and McGrath will probably lose to
Scheduiled .Ahead
_c___Aha match between the United States and hand. This strong, well-balanced Budge and both defeat Parker or
quartet is a slight favorite to success- i Grant. If Budge and Mako can tri-
Seven Michigan net men, among the lads from "Down Under," to be fully challenge England for the Cp; umph, our Davis Cup reception com-
them three seniors, received major played at Forest Hills May 29, 30, and the only fly in the ointment being mittee will be busy for the first time
awards for their season's work, it 31. The time-worn debate about the McGrath's abscessed hand which kept in many years.
vas announced yesterday by the him out of the last day of play against Whoever wins at Forest Hills can
Board in Control of Athletics. Two success of a good big man against a Mexico.
ote ebr ftelot of good little men is being brought SertPatc o use undoubtedly beat the one-man teams
other members of the squad received Secret Practice For Aussies of England and Germany, only other
secondary awards. out of the moth balls for discussion Both the American anti Australian powerful contenders, so Decoration
Miller Sherwood, captain of theIagan. aggregations have been practicing Day should see the doubles match
team this year, Bill Mills. Jarvis It is a generally accepted fact that daily for the past two weeks on East- that decides who gets the Cup this
Dean, Neil Levenson, Jesse Flick, Wil- Budge, the flaming red-head from ern courts, and probably will continue rear. As said before, it's a toss-up.
liam Woolsey and Don Percival re- Oakland, Calif., and a worthy suc- right up to the last of the month,__
ceived the major awards. Sherwood, ,essor to such men as McLaughlin, weather permitting. The t h r e e BROWN BOMBER SHOWS FORM
Flick and Dean complete three years Tilden and Vines, will take over his youngsters who failed to make the
an the Wolverine squad. Neil Lev- two singles opponents, whoever they U.S. team, Bobby Riggs, .Joe Hunt KENOSHA, Wis. May 27.-(I)-
enson, captain-elect for next year is may be. and Wayne Sabin, are working out Forced to box indoors because of
a junior. The remainder are soph- Doubles A Toss-Up with Budge, Mako, Grant and Parker, cold, threatening weather, Joe Louis
omores. His doubles match with Gene Mako while the Aussie quartet is holding its showed better form today than at any
William Smith and John Kidwell, is a toss-up. But confidence in the sessions pretty much in secret. Neither time since he began ring workouts in
also sophomores, received the secon- man who fills the No. 2 singles post, team can complain of too little prac- preparation for his bout June 22 at
dary awards. Parker or Grant, is not so positive. tice. Chicago with heavyweight champion
The announcement of the letter Grant is notably weak on grass, the The result of the match seems to Jim Braddock. The Brown Bomber,
winners officially closes the Wolver- surface of the Forest Hills courts, hinge on the doubles. If Budge and who has appeared sluggish, stepped
ine season. Coach Johnstone had and Parker, although he did a great Mako can avenge their last year's de- around lively against six sparmates,
prexiously expressed hopes that the job in the Japanese match last month, feat at the hands of Quist and Craw-
two meets with Michigan State and can hardly be expected to repeat ford, things will look rosy for Uncle
the Detroit Tennis club, postponed against the sterner competition that Sam, and Walter Pate, non-playing
because of rain, might be played off the Aussies will offer. -
sometime before the start of exams, This Australia team is an odd one.
but it was impossible to carry out It is the best-balanced aggregation in
ecessary arrangements. Davis Cup competition this year, but
However Coach Johnstone con- every man has some individual pe- S SHOP FOR MEN
tinued to send the freshman squad cularity. Jack Crawford, who at 29
of approximately twenty prospects is the team's veteran, plays with an ORDER NOW! 119 South Main Street
through daily workouts in order to old-fashioned flat-topped racquet.
get a line on them for next season. Adrian Quist, who shares the doubles CAPS and GOWNS
Practice will terminate this week- with him in addition to being the No.
P c wh1 singles player, uses to a lesser ex-
end. tefVint Me ath and JackhanBsrom-ke~..o a
Hopes for holding the state inter- tent the two-handed backhand stroke Gowns and Hoods
scholastic meet here this week as wich( ncedMth and Bn- for All Degrees
scheduled received a setback by the (pronounced McGraw and Bru-
zontinually inclement weather which mage respectively)
has kept the clay courts unplayable Bromwich, the 18-year-old sensa-
for a major part of the time. _____
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NEW YORK, May 27.-(W)-The
Detroit Tigers "did it for Mickey" to- ---_--" -SANFORIZED SHRUNK
day. Fighting inning for inning in
the American League's longest gamea
of the year, they topped the Yankees
5 to 4 in 13 frames and put the victory 'ET", ' O-ET "
down -in the books for their injured
Manager Mickey Cochrane.
Even a homer by Lou Gehrig with
two mates on base in the first inning
couldn't. stop the Detroiters L
t ~~A N D I

Mickey Battles
On;, Condition
Slightly Better
NEW YORK, May 27.-(P-As
hundreds of friends and fans from
all over the nation cheered him with
telegrams, letters and enough flowers
to fill a good-sized room, Mickey
Cochrane showed marked improve-
ment today.,
The Detroit baseball manager,
struck in the temple Tuesday by a
ball pitched by Irving (Bump) Had-
ley of the New York Yankees. still
was in *a serious condition with his
)hysicians on guard against the, grave
danger of secondary meningitis, but
confidence of his ultimate recovery
grew with the passing hours.
Only one bulletin was issued by his
attending physicians today. Signed
by Robert Emmet Walsh, it read:
"Cochrane has passed a good night.
His condition has improved." In-
formally, Dr. Walsh later said the
patient had received numerous ice
packs during the day and night and
was resting comfortably.
Baseball men, quite unanimously,
agreed that Cochrane's active playing
career is at an end. In fact, they
pointed out, he Was not eager to play
this season and was quite resigned to
run his club from the bench.
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Latins And Englishmen
Renew Baseball Phew'd'
Sluggers and fielding aces of the
Romance Languages and English De-
partments will renew their traditional
rivalry in the second annual baseball
game between the faculties of the
two departments at 4 p.m. Saturday.
Led by "Cam" Merlino, fiat-footed
outfielder and "Tony" Jobin, dead-
eye third baseman, the Romance
Language faculty will be seeking to
repeat its moral victory in last year's(
classic when the English department+
eked out an 18-1 victory. "Slugger"I
Fries, classy infielder, "Gas House"+
Litzenberg "Home-Run" Walcott, fast
center fielder, will again pace the
English academicians. "Mercury"
Mercado is a possible moundsman for
the Latins while "Slats" Walter is
logical choice for infinitive splitters.

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