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T~JRSThIY, JPNR 1,,. 1939
Golfers Second In Big Ten
Club 'Old Timers
To Face Varsity Nine
Something new in Michigan ath-
letic circles will be introduced on the
Ferry Field diamond this afternoon
when the M Club "Old Timers" com-
bat Coach Ray Fisher's Wolverine
Varsity nine. at 4 p.m.
The game will precede the annual
alumni and undergraduate M Club
banquet to be held at the Michigan
Included in the "Old Timers'" line-
up. will be Harry McNeil, star pitcher
on the team that Coach Fisher took
to Japan in 1932, Bob Knode, former
Michigan luminary who for five years
was on the roster of the Cleveland
team of the American League, Dr.
Michael Knode and Ed Bennett of
South Bend, Ind., "Butch" Kremer,
captain of the 1938 Varsity, Vic Hey-
liger, "Whitey" Wistert and several
other former Michigan diamond
Russ Dobson and Lyle Bond will
pitch for the Varsity.
Teams with Comfort
Makes 17 Hits
To Rout State
Peckinpaugh, Pink Lead'
Varsity To 13-5 Win
In Finale Of Season
Walloping the offerings of two
Michigan State pitchers for a total
of 17 hits, Coach Ray Fisher's-Varsity
baseball cohorts ended their season
with an easy 13-5 triumph over the
Spartans at East Lansing, Memorial
Danny Smick, making his last ap-
pearance in a Michigan uniform, held
State to one hit for the first five
innings, before easing up behind a
12-run lead .that the Wolverines had
built up for him, to notch his eighth
win of the season.
Michigan hopped off to a 2-0 lead
on pitcher Paul Derrickson in the
very first inning, and sent the Spar-
tans' ace hurler to the showers with
a five-run outburst in the second, in
which Steppon walked and Beebe,
Ruehle, Pink and Peckinpaugh all
After that, the game was a rout,
Michigan scoring four more times in
the fourth and once each in the sixth
Capt. Walt Peckinpaugh, who was
also playing the last game of his
career for the Varsity, and Charley
Pink each accounted for four hits.
The Wolverine leader collected a triple
and three singles, while Pink garnered
two clean hits and beat out two
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NEW YORK, May 31.-(P)--Lured
on by a shot at the neavyweight
championship "big money," Max
Baer, the reformed playboy, and Lou
Nova, a determined young ex-col-
egian, fight it out for 15 rounds or
less in Yankee Stadium's ring to-
Before a crowd expected to reach
30,000 to 40,000 and contribute to a
gross gate of $100,000 or more, the
two California "family men" climb
into the ring at 9 p.m. (EST) at about
even money in the betting.
The clash shapes up as one of the'
closest headline heavyweight fights-
on paper-in years. For each of the
punch-tossers it is his most important
Baer, serious in training and pur-
pose for the first time, hopes to be-
come the first man in boxing history]
to win back the heavyweight cham-
pionship. He is confident he can
knock out his fellow-Californian in
six rounds or less. Nova, who has1
skyrocketed to prominence in heavy-1
weight circles in less than two years,1
is equally convinced he can get by1
Baer and then go on to take the titlel
just as easily. "In fact," he says, "I
will be disappointed if I don't kayo
Since Promoter Jacobs has prom-.t
ised the victor a September shot at theI
winner of the June 28 title go betweenZ
Joe Louis and Tony Galento, the
>rincipals in tomorrow night's tea
party are playing for lots higher
stakes than just a cut of the gate.l
-For the first time in his colorful1
madcap whirl through the fistic
world, Baer has convinced the boys
of his new determination.
Pink, cf ..............6
Peckinpaugh, 3b ......5
Gedeon, lb ...........4
Smick, p .............4
Lisagor, 2b ..
Steppon, ss ..
Beebe, c ..... .
Ruehle, rf ...
Diebold, cf ...
Duncan, ss ...
Levagood, rf ..
Nuznov, lb .
Owen, 2b ....
Klewicki, 3b ..
Cook, c ......
Monroe, p ....
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Has Been Nine Whips Theta Chi
To CaptureAlk-Campts Crown
By WOODY BLOCK A single by Mac McCormick, two
The Has Beens, capitalizing on five infield outs and a one-base knock
Theta Chi errors, walked off with the through the box by Stagnitto added
ill - campus softball championship a run for the Has Beens in the fifth.
Michigan........250 401 100-13
Mich. State ......000 001 040- 5
Errors: Duncan 2, Levagood, Kle-
wicki. Two base hits: Gedeon, Die-
bold, Nuznov, Owen. Three base hit:
Peckinpaugh. Stolen bases: Steppon
2, Pink, Trosko, Peckinpaugh. Sac-
rifices: Trosko, Gedeon,Smick, Mon-
roe. Left on bases: Michigan 6,
Michigan State 10.
Bases on balls: off Smick 4, off
Derrickson 1, off Monroe 1. Struck
out: by Smick 3, by Monroe 6. Hits:
off Derickson 7 in 1 1/3 innings; off
Monroe 10 in 7 2/3 innings.
Losing pitcher: Derrickson.
Umpires: Mahoney and Brannick.
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