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THE MICHIGAN ' DAILY

SATURDAY, APRIi,. 29, 1939

THE M-+HI..N:Dt LV

SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1939

wolverines Drop Home Opener

To Michigan State Nine, 6-3

Seven Errors
Help Spartans
ScoreVictory
r Derrickson Yields Eleven
Hits, But Varsity Fails
To Score After First

Gedeo G~et lngr

Second Of Three Hiis

(Continued from Page 1)
after a mental lapse in the sixth,
when he allowed Spartan George Ow-
en to steal home while he held the
ball, Barry allowed only two hits in
his tenure. '
Bond Below Form
Bond who took up the duties at
this point was far below usual form
and was hit hard, allowing a run in
the seventh and again the eighth be-
fore he was removed for a pinch-
hitter. Veigel's wildness and another
bad throw cost the Wolverines an-
other run in the ninth.
The Spartans were able tc, break
into the scoring in the fifth without
the benefit of any hits. Sofiak's poor
throw on Derrickson's grounder
sandwiched between passes to George
Stark and Allen Diebold filled the
base& with none out, and Norm Dun-
can's infield out and Casey Klewicki's
sacrifico fly sent across two runs.
After Barry's boner allowed the
Spartans to tie it up in the sixth, they'
added one in the seventh on Dun-
can's double, followed by two hit
batsmen and a base on balls, and
another in the eighth on singles by
Stark, Diebold, and Duncan, and
Peckinpaugh's wide throw.
Gedeon Leads Attack
The only consolation the game
offered was the fact that the Varsity
hitters, notably Elmer Gedeon, showed
signs of snapping out of their col-
lective slump. Gedeon led both sides
with three sharp singles in five trips.
Danny Smick will be the Wolver-
ine mound hope in today's battle with
Notre Dame, opposing Coach Jake
Kline's stellar right hander, Norvall
Hunthausen, who pitched the Irish
to a 3-2, 10 inning victory over Michi-
gan last season. Notre Dame, ranked
as one of the leading teams in the
midwest, has shut out the Big Ten
leaders, Purdue, 9-0, and in their
last start whitewashed Western
State Teachers 5-0.
Leading the Irish offensive will be
Ray Pinelli, sophomore- shortstop,
considered one of the outstanding
prospects in college baseball, Capt.
Joe Nardone, outfielder, and Larry
Doyle, .400 hitting first baseman.
'Sunny Jim' Bottomley
Gets Broadcasting Job
ST. LOUIS, April 28.-(/P)-When
baseball clubs fire their managers,
they literally "give them the air."
Sunny Jim Bottomley, one-time pi-
lot of the St. Louis Browns, is the
latest to join. the former managers
holding radio broadcasting jobs.
He has signed a contract to give
expert comment on the St. Louis
Cardinals and Browns games here
for a St. Louis station (KWK) and
will go on the air for the first time
tomorrow.

Tennis Squad Mile Relay Features Penn Meet
W hips Badgers By DICK SIERK at Berlin, anchor Pitt's quartet to a
__There'll be a hot time in old Quaker great one-mile relay win.
Third Doubles Team Wins town today. The Penn Relays always The Panthers will be back today
offer plenty of action in their two seeking a repeat and that same gang-
To Gain 5-4 Margin days of action and most'of that action ling Olympian will be in their lineup,
will come today with the one-milebe sa
CHICAGO, April 28.-(Special to relay listed as the top attraction. but they will be ust one of at least
The Daily) -Michigan's netmen1 Last year 40,000 rain drenched four teams expected to make the
scored a victory over the University Eastern track fans sat in the Wank- event the best of the day.
of Wisconsin squad here in the Field lin Field stands and saw long John Fordham's indoor world record-
Woodruff, an Olympic winner in 1936 breakers, New York University, and
House this afternoon by a score of 5 ;ihga reteote.tre'em
M~ichigan are the other three teams
to 4. The decisive point was won by Steve Woolsey and Porter 7-5, 6-2, expected to produce the dog-fight. In
Michigan in the last match of the leaving the score tied 4 and 4. all, nine teams are entered and as all
day. IIn the final and decisive match will be running in a single heat with-
Jim i Pratt and Kehl threatened a Wiscon-!out lanes, anything can happen.
Jim Tohn, the number one sin victory in the first set, 6-4, and Ken nDo, his sui he
match, handed Coyle a straight set in the second when they were win- Ken Doherty, who is squiring the
defeat, 6-1, 6-4. In the second fing 5-2, but the Michigan men, Wolverines this weekend, admitted
match, Capt. Don Percival defeated Percival and Morris, surged ahead to before the team took off for the Quak-
Neilsen of Wisconsin, also in straight take the set, 9-7, and then von an one can beat his boys. Ken figures
sets, 6-3, 6-4. Then number three exhaustive third match 7-5. th at his o en Bil-
man, John Kidwell, took the third SUMMARIES yeat Faulknr, an Lei n av-
straghtmatc bydefetinBat't' eat, Faulkner, and L~eutritz can av-
straight match by defeating Batzell, Singles: Tobin (M) defeated Coyle erage at least :49 from a standing
6-2, 5-7, 6-2. (W) 6-1, 6-4. Percival '(M') defeated start. Take off one second for a fly-
.Wisconsin in turn took its share of Neilsen (W) 6-3, 6-4. Kidwell (M) ing start and Ken thinks the boys
aoints in the remaining three singles, defeated Batzell (W) 6-2, 5-7, 6-2. will do 3:15. Any team that can
as Krueziger took Sam Durst 1-6, 6-1, Krueziger (W) defeated Durst (M) better that will really have to click.
6-1, Pratt beat Ed Morris 6-1, 8-6, 1-6, 6-1, 6-1. Pratt (W) defeated The world record, of course, is
and Kehl downed Jim Porter 6-4, Morris (M), 6-1, 8-6. Kehl (W) de- 3:11.6 set by Southern California in
4-6, 6-2. . feated Porter (M), 6-4, 4-6, 6-2. 1936. But it is hardly probable that
To keep the battle nip and tuck, Dobles: Tobin and Kidwell (M) any of the teams will approach those
the teams shared points on the first defeated Coyle and Nielsen (W), 6-3, figures. So many events are run off
two doubles matches, Tobin and Kid- '2-6, 6-1. Batzell and Kreuzinger (W) I'at Penn that the cinders are in pretty
well of the Wolverines sent Coyle and defeated Woolsey and Porter (M), poor shape before many of the big
Nielson to defeat in a three set match, 7-5, 6-2. Percival and Morris (M) races come on. Thus it appears that
6-3, 2-6, 6-1, and in the number two defeated Pratt and Kehl (W), 4-6, the race is the thing with the time
match, Batzell and Kreuzinger took 9-7, 7-5. incidental.

Big Elmer Gedeon, veteran Wolverine first-baseman, is shown rap-
ping out the second of his three singles in yesterday's home opener with
the Michigan State Spartans. Gedeon's three safe blows paced the
afternoon's batters and swelled the Cleveland first sacker's batting
average to .a neat .395 clip for the season.

Down The Drain

'Michigan State A
Diebold, cf........
Duncan, ss
Klewicki, 3b .......
Dahlstrom, If .......
Nuznov, lb ........ .
Owen, 2b.........
Levagood, rf ........
Stark, c ............
Derrickson, p ........

AB R H

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Unbeaten Golf
Squad Faces
Pu rd tie Today
Coaeh Co iwtiight To Start
Captii fi lmer, liv s,

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Totals.........32 6 6 27 12

Michigan

AB R I0A

Pink, cf ..........
Sofiak, 3b ...........
Peckinpaugh, ss .... .
Gedeon, lb ........
Trosko, If ........
Smick, rf ...........
Lisagor, 2b ........
Steppon, 2b ........
Beebe, c ............
Barry, p..........
Bond, p ...........
*Evashevski.
Veigel, p ...........

4 1
4 1
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5 0
3 0
4 0
3 0
1 0
4 0
2 0
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0 0

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(Continued from Page 1)
nessee by a larger score than did the
Wolverines. In addition to this, the I
Purple cohorts walloped the Indiana
linksmen in their opening Big Ten
meet by the score of 14 to 4. All of
which indicatesa stiff tussle for Ray
Courtright's charges.
Purdue is led by Capt. John David,
i veteran Conference star and former
state amateur champion of Indiana.,
The rest of the team is comprised of
three sophomores who have performed
in an impressive manner so far this
season.
The Boilermakers arrived in Ann
Arbor yesterday and immediately
worked out on the University course.
According to Coach Courtright, de-
cent weather conditions should pro-
duce some excellent scores during the
course of the day's competition.

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Totals..........36 3 11 27 13,

Mich. State .......000 021
Michigan .........300 000

111
000

*Batted for Bond in eighth.
Errors: Klewicki 2, Levagood, Peck-
inpaugh 2, Sofiak, Gedeon, Smick,
Beebe, Barry. Two bast hits: Diebold,
Duncan. Stolen bases: Dahlstrom 2,
Duncan, Owen, Levagood, Sofiak,
Peckinpaugh, Gedeon. Double plays:
Owen to Duncan; Derrickson to Dun-I
can to Nuznov. Left on bases: State
11, Michigan 9. Hits: off Barry 2 in
5 1/3 innings; off Bond 4 in 2 2/3 in-
nings; off Veigel 0 in 1 inning. Struck
out: by Derrickson 4; Barry 1; by.
Bond 1. Bases on balls: off Derrick-
son 4; off Barry 4; off Bond 1; off
Veigel 2. Hit by pitcher: by Barry
(Nuznov); by Bond (Dahlstrom, Ow-;
en). Losing pitcher: Bond. Umpires:
Linsay and Knode.

Line-Drive Fells Dean
CINCINNATI, April 28.-(R')-Dizzy
Dean, Chicago Cub hurler, was
knocked out momentarily before to-
day's game with the Cincinnati Reds
when he was hit on the head with a
line-drive from the bat of Coach Roy
Johnson.
COLLEGE BASEBALL
Iowa 11, Minnesota 2.
Wisconsin 10; Northwestern 0.
Hillsdale 12, Alma 8.
Dartmouth 3; Yale 2 (10 innings)
Harvard 13, Princeton 2.
Armour Tech 2, Elmhurst 1.

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