T"E MICHIGAN DAILY
Irish Nine Comes
Defeat Wolverines, 5-3
Tennis Team Loses To
Wins Two-Mile Run
Notre Dame Evens
In Seventh; Two
By NORMAN MILLER
to -The Daily)--Bespectacled RussI
Dobson weakened in the last two in-
rings to give Notre Dame a 5 to 3
victory over the Michigan baseball
team here today.
The lanky hurler who was making
his second mound appearance since
the Wolverines' southern spring trip,
had held the Irish to four scatter-d
hits and was enjoying a 3 to 2 lead
when he succumbed to a Notre Dame
Irish Tie Score
The Irish tied the score on Dobson
in the seventh on a single by relief
pitcher Rex Ellis, an infield out, and
a hit to center by pinch-hitter Chuck
Farrell. Coach Jake Kline's charges
sewed up the game in the eighth
when Red Oberbrunner opened the
inning with a walk, was sacrificed to
second by Roy Pinelli and scored on
Larry Doyle's line hit to center. Doyle
continued to third when Pink let the
ball go through his legs, and prompt-
ly came home on Art Verhoestra's fly
to Trosko. '
The Wolverines had opened the
scoring in the second on Steppon's in-
field hit, a sacrifice by Smick and
Trosko's single to left. Notre Dame
made it 1 to 1 in their half of the
inning when Roy Pinelli walked,
went to third when Smick let Doyle's
grounder go through him and tallied
on Art Verhoestra's fly to Trosko. The
Irish went ahead in the third on Joe
Nardone's double to left and Ray
Pinelli's single to right.
The Fishermen regained the lead in
the fourth. Smick walked, went to
secpnd on a wild pitch, rode home on
Trpsko's second hit of the afternoon.
Freddie stole second, and crossed the
plate on Lisagor's single through
Michigan got rid of pitcher Mike
Mandjiak in the sixth when the burly
southpaw walked Steppon and Tros-
ko, but could do nothing with offer-
ings of big Ellis who allowed only
one. man to reach base and fanned
four in the last 3 2/3 innings.
Track Manager Named
Tom Adams, '40, of Jacksonville,
Fla., will be student manager of the
1939-40 Varsity track team, it was
announced last night at the annual
banquet -in the Michigan Union. He
wil succeed Jack Green, '39, of Baby-
Ralph Schwarzkopf, Michigan
star distance runner, easily cap-
tured the two-mile run at he Wes-
tern Conference meet yesterday at
Ferry Field. Walter Mehl of Wis-
consin, winner in the mile race, ran
second to the Saginaw junior.
Too Many Innings
Notre Dame-5 A
Nardone, cf .........
Hoag, 2b ............
Farrell, 2b ..........
Sullivan, 3b .........
Ray Pinelli, ss .......
Oberbrunner, if .....
Roy Pinelli, rf .......
To Net Squad
Percival And Jeffers Beaten
As Rain Moves Matches
To I-M Building Courts
By ARNOLD DANA
All good things must come to an
end, and yesterday afternoon they did
as the Wolverine netmen suffered
their first setback in 7 starts to the
Glini netters a Palmer Field, 5-4.
Due to the sudden downpour which
'washed out the clay courts, two of
he nine matches were played in-
doors at the Intramural Building,
while the other seven were played on
The Wolverines dropped both
matches played on the indoor wood-
en courts as Capt. Don Percival and
Bob Jeffers lost to their opponents in
straight sets. Capt. Harry Janowitz
of the Illini, took advantage of the
fast playing surface at the I-M build-
ing to take Percival easily, 6-3, 6-2.
His bullet-like drives skidded off the
floor, making it. almost impossible for
Percival to return them. Jeffers en-
countered similar difficulties as he
lost to Joe Mioduski, 6-3, 6-3.
On the outdoor concrete courts,
the Wolverines met with much more
success as they outscored Illinois,
4-3. Jim Tobin, playing in number
two spot, won a close match from
Ken Johnson, 6-4, 6-4, to put the
Weirmen back in the running for a
very short while.
With the score at one all, John
Kidwell lost out to Bob Crain, 2-6,
6-1, 6-1, to give the Illim a lead
which they never relinquished. Kid-
well took the first set in easy fashion,
but seemed to find the concrete
courts difficult to master, as he lost
the next tow sets to Crain, taking
but one game in each.
Porter Downs Johnson
Jim Porter put the Wolverines back
within striking distance as he downed
Howie Johnson in straight sets, 6-4,
6-3. Sam Durst, playing in number
six spot, put up a terrific battle in
trying to even the score of the match,
but finally lost out to Bill Jones,
11-9, 2-6, 6-4. The loss broke a
seven match winning streak for
The victory was assured for Illinois
when Ken Johnson and Joe Mioduski
won the first doubles match from
Capt. Don Percival and Ed Morris,
6-2, 6-1. The Weirmen closed up
the gap in the score by capturing the
second and third doubles matches,
with the combinations of Jim Tobin
and John Kidwell, and Steve Woolsey
and Sam Durst turning in the wins.
Tomorrow at 3 p.m. the Wolverines
will' meet Ypsilanti Normal at Ferry
Singles: Janowitz (I) defeated Per-
cival (M) 6-3, 6-2. Tobin (M) de-
feated K. Johnson (I) 6-4, 6-4. Crain
(I) defeated Kidwell (M) 2-6, 6-1,
6-1. Mioduski (I) defeated Jeffers
(M) 6-3, 6-3. Porter (M) defeated H.
Johnson (I) 6-4, 6-3. Jones (I) de-
feated Durst (M) 11-9, 2-6, 6-4.
Doubles: K. Johnson, Mioduski (I)
defeated Percival, Morris (M) 6-2,
6-1. Tobin, Kidwell (M) defeated
H. Johnson, Janowitz (I) 6-2, 9-7.
Durst Woolsey (M) defeated Jones,
Crain (I) 6-4, 6-4.
Pro Grid Leader Dies
COLUMBUS, O., May 20.-()-
Joe Carr, president of the National
Professional Football League and a
leader in national sports circles, died 1
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of 36 and 34 to take the medalist St. Louis .......200 001 510-9 14 0
score for the day, while Tom Tussing Boston.......010 103 000-5 12 1
combined a 37 and a 36 to share sec- Kramer and Glenn; Galehouse,
ond honors with Jack Emery for Weaver, Dickman, Wade and De-
the next lowest Wolverine totals. NTsautels.
' ~NATIONAL LEAGUE ,
In the afternoon singles battle, Jack (Boston. 002 000 310- 6 8 3
Emery swept his match with Capt. Pittsburgh .... 201 214 02x--12 18 1
Walt Cisco who found difficulty on Sullivan, Early, Frankhouse, Shoff..
the greens.. Emery playing his usual ner and Lopez; Bowman, Brown and
steady game led two-up going into Berres
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up with a 73 and provide the Wol-
verines with their only clean sweep
in the singles.
Johnson Tightens On Greens
Ken Johnson played his first Var-
sity match of the season yesterday
and found the going tough on the
first round. His fairway game was
carrying him well, but he tightened
up badly around the greens. Heading
into the last nine Johnson was three
down, but after making his room- DON'T TAKE
mate, John Lamb, carry his bag for
good luck on the return tirp, he UNNECESSARY
found his touch once more to halve
the match with Jack Mueller. CHANCES ...
A fine 37 bolstered the 45 Johnson
shot on the first nine to bring one
and a half points to Coach Court-
right's squad which slipped consid- by painting your home
erably in the singles.
Black Gains One Point with cheap paints. Use
Bill Black took 75 strokes to shave
one point from Frank Penning, theq liWEST'
Hoosier number four man, who quality paints, S
scored a 73. Ed Hoagland also;
brought the Wolverines a point in PAINTS, and give you:
his match with Pete Grant. Grant
stroked a 77 against a 78 for Hoag- home a lasting protec-
Michigan Captain Shoots
Sub-Par 70 As Emery,
Tssing Both Take 73's
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Lee, Rigney and Sylvestri; Hilde-
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Cleveland. 000 002 010-3 9 2
Passeau and V. Davis, Coble; Moore
Brooklyn ......010 000 000-1 600
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Yesterday's Results In The Majors
Doyle, lb ....
Mandjiak, p ..
Ellis, p ......
Totals ..........28 5 7 271-6
Michigan-3 Ai R H O A
Pink, cf ..............4 0 1 1 0.
Sofiak, ss ............4 0 0 2 3
Peckinpaugh, 3b.....4 0 0 0 2
Steppon, rf ..........3 1 2 2 0
Smick, lb ............1 1 0 11 0
Trosko,if ............2 1 2 2 0
Lisagor, 2b ...........4 0 2 2 4
Evashevski, c .........4 0 0 4 1
Dobson, p ...... ....3 0 0 0 3
Totals ...........29 3 7 24 13
Michigan .........010 200 000-3
Notre Dame .......011 000 12x-5
Errors: Mandjiak, Smick, Lisagor,
Pink. Two basehits: Lisagor, Nar-
done, Steppon. Stolen bases: Sulli-
van, Doyle, Trosko. Sacrifices: Smick
2, Verhoestra 2, Roy Pinelli. Double
plays: Lisagor to Sofiak to Smick,;
Ellis to Ray Pinelli to Doyle.
Left on bases: Michigan 5, Notre
Dame 7. Bases on balls: off Dobson
4, off Mandjiak 3, off Ellis 1. Struck
out: by Dobson 3, by Mandjiak 4, by
Ellis 4. Hits: off Mandjiak 6 in 5 1/3
innings; off Ellis 1 in 3 2/3 innings.
Wild pitch: Mandjiak. Winning
Athletics Defeat Rowe
PHILADELPHIA, May 20.--()- ;
Still limping from a leg injury, Lyn-
wood Rowe tried in vain today to halt
the latest decline of the Detroit Tig-
ers and lost to Philadelphia, 6 to 5.
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