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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1937

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1937 PAGE THREE

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Chi Psi's Win IntramuralFraternity Crown

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Psi U's Nosed j
Out For Title;
Theta Xi Third
Theta Chi Fourth; D.U.'s
Last Year Winners, Dol
Not Place
By NEWELL McCABEC
By winning the wrestling and Ak
basketball championships, finishinga
runner-up in baseball, and scoring'
points in every event held, Chi Psi
fraternity was able to nose out Psi
Upsilon in the final standing of the
interfraternity intramural league.
In winding up the most successfult
season of the intramural department]
the boys on State Street had a grand
total of 1272 points, while Psi U close
on .their heels has 1260. With allt
IM BUILDING CLOSES
The Intramural Sports Build-
ing will close for the season on
Friday, June 11 at 6 p.m. All lock-1
ers must be either vacated or re-
newed by that time.
events over except the horseshoes,
if Psi U does annex this title they
will still finish two points behind
the leaders.
Finishing in third place and far
behind the first two houses is Theta
Xi fraternity followed by Theta Chi
in fourth position. Lamba Chi Al-
pha was able to take fifth place.
Delta Upsilon the winners of last,
year's trophy failed to place any-
where near the top 10 houses.
Jinx Follows Psi U's
This is the third consecutive year
that Psi U has finished in the place
position. Last year behind the D.U.'s
and the previous year trailing Pi
Lamba Phi. In finishing second to
Pi Lambda Phi the Psi U's lost out
by one point.
The power of both Chi Psi and the
Psi U's was found mostly in the
freshmen and sophomore classes.
However Chi Psi will be hit harder
by graduation than the Psi U's. Jack
Palmer their ace hurler, and a mem-
ber of, the interfraternity basketball
team, Ladd McKay, the manager of
the team, and Fletcher Platt, one of
the outstanding wrestlers in the
house, will be lost to next year's
team.
Among the outstanding sopho-
mores and freshmen who will return
to lead the Chi Psi's to another cham-
pionship will be Bob Smith, Bob Pal-
mer, Neil McKay, Jack Duxbury, Joe
Kennicott, and Jim Ray.
Lose outstanding Men
The Psi U's will lose the services
of Kent Bradford, their outstanding
speedball player, and a member of
their relay team, and Sandy Mac-
Pherson, captain of the horseshoe
team. Tom Watkins this year's man-
ager will return for another year of
competition.
Charles Evans, Bill Wood, Phillips
Whittemore, and Mar Rogers are out-
standing sophomores who will return
for another year, while Chuck White,
Paul Keller, Don Barnes, Jack Chap-
man, and Dave Haughey who par-
ticipated as members of the fresh-
man class.
Box Score

Varsity Evens
Baseball Feud
WithSpartans
By STEWART FITCH
The old Spartan-Wolverine base-
ball feud -is closed for another year
without anything being definitely de-
cided as to whom the credit for the
best team should go. The Varsity,
after taking a 4-1 drubbing at East
Lansing on Saturday, returned to eke
out a 1-0 victory at Ann Arbor on
Monday.
Monday's game was much the bet-
ter ofnthe two. Herman Fishman,
pitching for Michigan, forgot all
about his fast one and spent the af-
ternoon bending them over the corn-
ers and around the knees of the be-
wildered Spartans, registering eight
strikeouts and giving but three hits
and one base on balls.
Milt Lenhardt, State center-fielder
who ordinarily hits the apple at a
pretty good clip was completely at the
mercy of Fishman Monday afternoon.
Herm was breaking them in around
his chin causing Lenhardt to take a
vicious cut at the ball which then had
broken down away from him. Fish-
man struck him out in his last two
times at bat with the same kind of
pitch.
Good Fielding Nominal
Lenhardt, who hopes to join Beau-
mont in the Texas League when he
finishes school this June will have to
conquer that apparent weakness or
he will be at the mercy of every clev-
er left-handed pitcher in the League.
Monday's game ended up with a
flourish very suggestive of a Frank
Merriwell story. With the score 0-0
and two out in the last of the ninth,
the reporters in the press box began
to rule in columns for extra innings
and the spectators began to settle
back expecting to see a long drawn
out battle. Both pitchers had been
very effective, Michigan having only
four hits and State three. But then
it happened and the ball game was
over before the crowd knew what
was going on. Butch Kremer laced
a double into right center and Danny
Smick, next up, drove him home
when he hit the first pitch into right
for a single.
Lenhardt Still Needs Work
Both games in the State series wer
characterized by a fine brand of field-
ing on the part of both teams. Kreme
came up twice with stops that looke
impossible and threw the runners out
at first. Both times the ball was wel:
tagged and looked like certain singles
State worked well defensively, too
turning in a fast double play to nip
Michigan rally in the fifth.
The Varsity closes its season to-
night facing the Toledo University
nine at the opponents' home park. The
game is scheduled to start at 9 p.m.
and will be played under the lights
Coach Fisher will take his regula
squad on the trip and will probably
send Johnny Gee to the mound to
start the game. Johnny Smithers
may also see action in tonight's game.

Dietrich Hurls
Perfect Game
For White Sox
Only Three Browns Reach
First In No-Hit No-Run
Game; Sox Win 8-0
CHICAGO, June 1.-OP)-Bespec-
led Bill Dietrich, whose major
league basebal lcareer appeared at an
end less than a year ago, reached the
pinnacle of pitching fame today with
a sparkling no-hit, no-run master-
piece against the St. Louis Browns.
While Dietrich was making useless
the bats of the Browns' clubbers, his
attacking force batted southpaw El-
on Hogsett and Russ Van Atta for
an 8 to 0 triumph.
Dietrich, considered a highly prom-
ising youngster when Connie Mack
brought him up .to the Athletics in
1930, was obtained July 20 last year
for the waiver price when he failed
to live up to Mack's expectation.
He finished the season by winning
four decisions and losing that many
for the Sox.
In becoming the first American
League hurler to achieve pitching'sj
most coveted prize since his team-I
mate, Vernon Kennedy, did it to
Cleveland Aug. 31, 1935, Dietrich per-
mitted only three men to reach first
base.

ASIDE LIN ES
By IRVIN LISAGOR
Butch Rates The Palm ...
THE WOLVERINES recognized sturdy dependability when they selected
Merle "Butch" Kremer as their 1938 diamond leader. Possessed with an
even temperament, the husky outfielder will make an ideal captain. The
responsibility will be nothing new to him, for last February he took unto
himself a bride, his childhood sweetheart. He is a ball player's ball player-
which means that among his mates he rates ace high. A .349 batting
average last season and probably an equally enviable mark this year attest
to his hitting prowess. On various trips observers have inquired as to his
identity, so impressed have they been by his smooth cut at the ball. Afield,
Butch can roam with the best of collegiate flychasers.
Only one fly remains in the ointment. That is the somewhat
uncouth appellation attached to his surname. Berger Larson, last
year's captain and nickname-inventor par excellence, slapped the
tag, "Butch," onto him after a deliberate search for arsuitable base-
ball monicker. It stuck like mucilage, much to Kremer's regret. But
Berger had only one thing in mind when he re-christened him-that
is the hustling, tussling ball player that Butch is.
* * * *
WITH THESE LINES I take a brief respite from the rigors of columning.
Somehow I regret the pause because I've just begun to relish this as-
signment. Next Fall, however, with King Football and his attendant fuss
and fanfare holding sway, there should be a plethora of meaty ASIDE
LINES, printable morsels that should please my readers-both of them.

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Errors-Smick, Nuznov 2. Runs
batted in-Smick. Two base hits-
Kremer, Ciolek. Stolen bases-Lis-
agor, Fishman. Double plays-Scott
to Nuznov. Left on bases-Michigan
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