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THURSDAY, -JUNE, 3, 1937

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TS$EE

IUURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1931 PAGE THREE

Michigan Nine Easily Downs

Toledo

12To2In Night Game

Gee Climaxes
'37 Season With
Three Hit Game.

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Starts Last Cane

Strikes Out 21 Men While
Mates Collect 10 Clots
From Rocket Hurlers
Perfect Infield Play
TOLEDO, O., June 2.-(Special to
the Daily)-Big John Gee climaxed a
brilliant collegiate career tonight as
he paced Michigan's baseball team to
a 12 to 2 victory over Toledo Univer-
sity under the floodlights of Swayne
Field, home of Toledo's Mudhens.
Gee, who pitched a no-hit game in
his last start, against Hillsdale, was
uncorking his fast one again tonight
and he had the Rockets at his mercy,
sending 21 back to the dugout on
strikeouts. The Rockets could collect
but three hits off the dark-ball offer-
ings of the elongated Wolverine
southpaw.
While Gee was setting the Rockets
on their heels, the Wolverine batsmen
displayed no ill effects from the
strange playing conditions. The Wol-
verines combed two Toledo pitchers,
Red Smith and Howard Camp, for
ten hits, combining them effectively
with four Rocket errors.
Michigan's runs, except in the
fourth inning, came in clusters as the
Wolverines scored two in the second,
three in the fifth, two in the eighth
and then polished off the contest with
four in the ninth.
The Wolverine infield gave Gee
perfectnsupport, settingdown seven
batsmen without an error.
Charley Cupp, Rocket first base-
man, was the siege gun of the Toledo
attack. In the fourth inning Cupp
tripled and stole home and then in
the ninth singled, stole second and
third, and scored on an infield out.
The Wolverine victory ended Mich-
igan's 1937 season in which they
failed to retain Western Conference
honors,, and gave Coach Fisher's team
a season's record of ten wins and nine
losses.
Score by innings:
Michigan....020 130 024-12 10 0
Toledo . .. .000 100 001- 2 2 4
Gee and Beebe;, Smith, Camp and
Siemend.
Gehrig Starts 13th
Consecutive Season
NEW YORK, June 2.-(P)-Lou
Gehrig, durable first sacker of the
world champion New York Yankees,
began the 13th year of his consecu-
tive game streak as the Yanks began
their second western trip in Cleveland
today.
Gehrig has participated in 1,843
consecutive American League games
since he began his string on June 1,
1925. On that day he was sent in as
a pinch-hitter for Shortstop Pee Wee
Wanninger and delivered. The next
day Manager Miller Huggins benched
Wally Pipp, the regular first sacker,
and replaced him with Gehrig. Lou
has been on the job ever since.
AND THE BADGERS TOO!
Fresh reports from Wisconsin's
spring football camp have it that
you can watch out for those Badgers.
Coach Harry Stuhldreher has un-
covered an all-around backfield star
and has an attack in the making that
presages plenty of grief for other Big
Ten outfits.

Varsity Golfers
Elect Karpinski
As '38_Captain
Intercollegiates Are Next
On Linksmen Program;
MichiganTo Send Six
By MIKE NEAT.
Al Karpinski, '39E, of Rochester,

Champion In Action

Tigers Defeat
Senators 11-85
In 12th Inning

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Big John Gee, Varsity hurler and
outstanding basketball c e n t e r,
started his final college game last
night against Toledo. John be-
gan his college career with no pre-
vious experience and finished a
polished player in both baseball
and basketball.
Dean Dropped
From League
By Ford Frick
NEW YORK, June 2.-(A)-Jerome
Herman (Dizzy) Dean, suspended in-
definitely today by President Ford C.
Frick of the National League "for
conduct detrimental to the best in-
terests of baseball"-specifically "too
much popping off-must sign an
apology on the dotted line before be-1
ing restored to good standing.
"It's now strictly up to Dean as to
whether his suspension lasts for 24
hours or three months," Frick de-
clared after disclosing that an ac-
cumulation of statements, attributed
to the ace pitcher of the St. Louis
Cardinals, reflected too pointedly up-
on League officials and umpires.
The show-down will come tomor-
row at 10 a.m. (EST) when Dean,
accompanied by Frank Frisch, man-
ager of the Cardinals, is scheduled
for a conference with Frick in the
National League offices.
"It's got down to a question of
whether Dean is bigger than the Na-
tional League," said Frick. "I don't
think he is. This can all be settled
quickly if Dean sees the error of his
ways, frankly apologizes to the League
for the things he has said or implied,
and puts it in writing."
PURPLES DOWN GOLDS
University High School Purples de-
feated the Golds for the second time
in recent years yesterday afternoon
by a score of 288/2 to 2701/2 in the
semi-annual track and field meet.
BLUE BOOKS
ALL SIZES
Swift's Drug Store
340 So. State St.

N.Y., was elected captain of next
year's golf squad, yesterday. Kar-y
pinski, number two on this year's
squad, has displayed a consistent
brand of golf this season to label him-
self a player well qualified to carry
on Michigan's links tradition.
At present, Coach Ray Courtwirght
is putting the squad through daily *
workouts in preparation for the Na-
tional Intercollegiate meet to be held 1)
at Pittsburgh, June 28-Julyt3.bMich-Bi Bill W atson
igan golfers have compiled an en-
viable record in this meet; in the sixsBe
years they have entered, the varsity W
has won the team title twice, while
two Wolverines have each won the in- Decathlon Star
dividual championship.
Two Titles To Michigan
Johnny Fischer, National Amateur' By BETSEY ANDERSON
champion, was the first Michigan In order to get in condition for box-
linksman to win the individual title. ing, dusky Big Bill Watson took up
In 1932, at Hot Springs, Va., Fischer
turned back Billy Howell of Wash- track in 1932. And boxing lost an-
ington and Lee, 2 and 1, by firing I other recruit and track gained an-
two birdies at the southern boy on the other star as the sophomore Wolver-
last two holes. ine cinder ace, beginning with a little
In 1934, led by Chuck Kocsis, the bicad jumping, started going places
Varsity ended Yale and Princeton's The high school records in the
domination of the collegiate golfing i high jump, the shot put and discus
world and became the first team west fell, then the state record for the
of the Alleghanies to win the Max- shot put went to the husky track
well Cup, emblematic of team su- wonder. But his titles are so nu-
premacy. Fischer was abroad that merous it would take books to con-
year, playing on the Walker Cup1 tam them. Among them are the.
team. But next year, at Washington, Big Ten indoor and outdoor records
he was back and with Woody Malloy, in the shot put and titles in the dis-
Kocsis, and Dana Seeley won the cus and broad jump as well.
crown for the second time. Decathlon The Ultimate
Chuck Kocsis was the second Wol- His greatest dream is to be a de-
verine to take the individual title. cathlon star, the versatile thinclad
Last year, over the treacherous North admitted and he's working toward
Shore course in Chicago, he staged an the 1940 Olympics with that in mind.
uphill battle to down Paul Leslie of But he also plans to take up the
L.S.U., 2 and 1. broad jump, the shot put and the dis-
Outside Chance In Nationals cus-the events he has made such
This year, the team's prospects outstanding progress in at Ferry Field

Tebbets Raps Out homer
I o Score Three Runs And
Break Up Game
DETROIT, June 2.--(/P)-George
Tebbetts, Detroit catcher replacing
the injured Mickey Cochrane, broke
up a weird 11-inning baseball game
today with a home run over the left
field wall, scoring two mates ahead
.f him to give the Tigers a victory
over Washington, 11 to 8, in the
first game of their series.
The Senators batted Roxie Law-
son, Detroit pitching ace, hard in
the three innings he pitched, and aid-
ed by six misplays by the Tiger in-
field, piled up a 7-0 lead. Buddy
Lewis accounted for one run with his
fourth-inning homer.
Detroit broke the scoring ice in the
fifth and tied the count in the seventh
when Goose Goslin blasted one of
Ed Linke's pitches into the right field
stands with the bases full.
Jack Russell, who relieved George
Coffman on the Detroit mound after
Washington scored one run in the
first half of the eleventh, forced Al
Simmons and Joe Kuehel to pop out,
and received credit for the victory.
Loule Newsom, who started the
game for Washington, was batted out
in the seventh. Syd Cohen and Joe
Cascarella finished.
Gerald Walker, hit on the wrist by
a pitched ball in the first inning,
stayed in the game and led the Tig-
ers at bat with two doubles and two
singles in five official trips to the
plate. Jonathan Stone with four
singles in six times at bat led the
Senators.
Herman (Flea) Clifton, recalled
from Toledo to fill in for the crippled
Charley Gehringer at second base,
contributed three of the early-inning
Detroit errors. Gehringer appeared
in the game as a pinch-hitter for Clif-
ton in the eleventh and was passed
purposely. Elden Auker ran for him
and scored on Tebbetts' homer.
dreamed of coming and following his
footsteps when he was still in high
school and when he heard of the high
standing of the physical education
school here and Coach Charlie Hoyt's
famed reputation, he decided to make
that dream an actuality.
He's majoring in physical educa-
tion now and his greatest ambition it
to land a good job as a coach or in
Y.M.C.A. work.
He likes to practice as well as he
does to compete in a big meet, he
said and Captain Bob Osgood bore
him out in this. He joins the Garbo
ranks in liking to be alone every
now and then and wears conservative
neckties-in fact, is very conservative
in almost everything and a "swell fel-
lah"--a champion of the first order.
LEARN
TO DANCE
~ Social Dancing taught
- /'~ll daily. Ter.ace Garden
Dancing Studio. Wuerth
Theatre Bldg. Ph.9695
2nd Floor

Outside Wins HistoricC
Derby At 100 To 7 Odds
EPSOM DOWNS, England, June 2.
-IP)--Day Sun, a tough wiry outsid-
er, pounded out turf history on the
sun-baked Downs todaysas he came
from behind to win the 158th Derby in
the Clarket silks of Mrs. G. B. Miller.
As the bay son of Solario, lightly
regarded at 100 to 7, turned back the
bid of 20 other three-year olds, in-
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KEEP COOL
in a
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SUMMER SLACKS
$1.75 to $3.00
WHITE FLANNELS
$5.00
"SKIPPER"
SPORT SHIRTS
ALLEN-A
SWIM TRUNKS
$1.75 $2.00 $3.00
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cluding William Woodward's favored
American-Bred Perifox, the name of
a woman was written in the Derby
history book for the first time since
1780.
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Clothes of Quality

and rDistinction

for either of the titles are of the .dark-
horse variety. Second by eight
strokes to Northwestern in the Big
Ten Meet, the Varsity may come
through only if all members of the
squad play that golf of which they
are most capable, and at the same
time. Best prospect for the individual
crown is Bill Barclay as the result of
his showing in the National Open
qualifying trials in Detroit Tues-
day. Bill is a money player, at his
best when the going is rough. He
went to the quarter-finals of the 1936
Collegiate Meet.
The smart money will be down on
two young men who reached the
semi-finals of the tournament last
year. Willy Turnesa, of Holy Cross,
pushed Kocsis to an extra hole before
bowing to him. Freddy Haas, ,L.S.U.
sharpshooter, is picked as his oppon-
ent in the finals.
The National Intercollegiates are
two tournaments in one. Each col-,
lege may enter a six-man squad, thel
scores of the best four to count

-on the side.
He got his biggest track thrill the
day he jumped over his head-6 feet
3%2 inches to be exact-at the A.A.U.
meet in Detroit in 1935.
Ralph Metcalf and Jesse Owens are
the cinder stars he admires most.
"The grandest gentlemen in track"
was the way the Big Bill felt about
Owens and he thinks that he did
right to capitalize on his fame since,
as Watson put it, you can't eat
medals.
A three-Sport Star
The hard-fighting Buckeyes are the
team he enjoys competing against the
most and Charlie Beetham and Mel
Walker are the individuals. He likes
anything that has to do with athletics
and besides track likes to swim, play
football and basketball. And in high
school (Saginaw High called him
"champ") he was a three-letter man
-going out for football and basket-
ball as well as track and never miss-
ing a game or meet.
Reading about 'Michigan's Willis
Ward and his cinder exploits, Big Bill

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