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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1927

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MILLER WILL OPPOSE MAXTOM ON MOUND
IN ATTEMPT TO AVENGE OPENING DEFEAT

KAUFFMAN SUSPENDED
BY' MA A IER 'CARTV
4.

Wolverines Must Will TO(aY'S 4Cime is capable of catching there is "plentyi
To Have Otside Clianee For of reason to be satisfied,.
Bligpren 'title Coach Fisher. shifted his batting
I crder at Syracuse, and had Capt.
BATTING AVERAGES LOW t ""ckelwait tz in the clean-up positioni,}
new cobination worked out to the
IBy Ja111e s~Ieeltrin best' advantage of all concedned. Oos-
Bent ol inning their first Confer- Iterbaan responded with two hits in
once victory of the season, Coach the first game(, and Puckelwartz kept
Ra~yFishr ad 12playrs eft nnip his usual ;pace.
R u ishr ad 1 plyer let An~jThe latest figures on team batting
Arbxor last night for Purdue. They IveteWleie ecnaeo
went by motor coach to Milan, and ,242, andr the Boilermakers a mark
th'ere entrained for Lafayette, where of .L29, so there is not much to choose
they will engage the Boilermakers; in the way of hitting strength. These
this afternoon. figures, however, are not so far be-
Composing the Marty, along with hbind those of Northwestern, who is
%Coach Fisher will be 'Miller, Loos,. leading the Conference team average
worse, Weintraub, Oosteri.an, Kubi-( with a percentage of .276.
c k, Corriden, Captain Fuckelwari z
Gilbert, fleichman, Rteutz, Neblung,<.:..
and in all probability, "Gabby~ Davis. Kr
'Davis' condition is a problem.. Yes- ,_ a
terday afternoon he worked out on Ey
Ferry field, and. his ankle was in fair ( f
shape, although a little stiff. How ever.-t
be did. not use it much, and at the ___
time of this writing there was a little
do~it a to heter r no he~ iFive teams will coulpete in the an-
stfnd the ntneinoofhnine innings tof .nu1al inter-class simmzing meet which
intense baseball. Coach Fisher said will b~e held at 4 o'clock tomorrow at
he wuldreserve the 'final decsin the Union- pool. The teams enteredt
utntil just before the team left for thus far are the sophomore fits, the
Milan. *.E1I sophomore engineers, the junior en-
As on the opening dlay, Miller will gineers, the senior engineers, and theI
oppose Maxton of Purdue, and this fxeshman physical eds,
time a different result is hoped for.
cuse Miller noticed that his arm Elimination games between the winl-
had ceased to bother him, and that; ners of the inter-fraternity baseball.
speaks well for the Wolverine team. leagues will start Monday, as all
~While in the East the Michigan a e league games must be played off by3
held the Syracuse sluggers to fil' that time.'
hits, and showed that he had returned
to the form that marked his end eav--
ors of 1926 as successful. VARSITY TENNIS TiEAM
There is no reason to believe that'
Maxton will, repeat his performance All mnembers of the Varsity
of a few weeks ago against Michigan. tennis team must see A. S. Baker
While hie is regarded as one of theI today in the AdministrationE
Big Ten's premier hurlers, still lheI; building to fill out eligibility re-
has done nothin~g of 'note this year- ports. This must be done be-
except beat 'Michiga Others teails Jgore anyone can participate inEI
Dave found hint,'easy, as was evi- Ianl intercollegiate match.
dlenced by Illinois. The Illini are one H. C. Hutchins
of the weakest hitting combinations, II
in the Conference, yet they were able
to make 16 hits, and a victory.
The team play of the Wolverines
has improved immensely since, the
opening of the season, and if Davis]

4 10CHISTO uT M ST.LOUIS INFIELDER
COACES O CU ME ~'MAKES CIRCUIT DRIVEI
'FROM YEARLING .TEAM K..
A cuPt in the per'sonnel of hfrl'fesh-
man baseball squad will take place
inl the next fjw (lays in order that!
coaches may gv h addtsmr
gietecnidtsmr ndividlual attention. T1he 'yearling j : i;,."
dianiond candlidates anpear to be I
1r:P her mediocre this spring according j
to the coaches, with the numbler of
candiilates snialler than in tfnore
years, only GO0 men working our faily
on. south Ferry field. ?"< ;::::.
The scarcity l good!1),111 players'.
may be more app lint ts spimng,. ...
alcount of the high, calibre of the 11129
j yearling team, which included As-I : :::
!b1eck, mR:eicbman, Truskowski., (311
fmartin, and other members of this
ear's Varsity squad. it is likely
that some of the asirants may de-;
velolp into prospective Varsity ma-
terial for next year.,
So far there are few outstanding j
players on the first year squad. Among
1he pitchers L. Hill, who hails from!
3lissfiel, Mlich., has shown the bestI isbemnof"teenatw-
talent. He. is a right-handed hurler.kirSt. usem a rdiheenan, w iol-
At first base Knight, 'Martin, and Lovx' tinu lhi steady paUc hitting out at
ell have ali disiulayed good ability. ;honei run in ye'sterdiay's contest -with
Waltnman, a shortstop, has also at- tli:. Pittsburgh Pirates.
trntd l te attention of the coaches;______ - -__ ___ ____
I byhis ood layig. - EAST LANSING.-Michigan State's
- "~0 baseball team defeated West Virginia
STHE WANoAD
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{!EI1tSMULLERWL TEPTT HTE
OLDRECORDS TONIGHT :a AT UNION POO-L
S i ia tar Tro Try For Three New Last July, in McKeesport, Pa., h is
Marks in Frye Style E-ennts efforts to lower and the long eQxi--
ing mark met with only slight su-
Welissmulicr, in perfect condition, cess, and he whittled only two-fifthsi
1whving benefited by three days' prac- of one second from the, old time.
tic e in the 25 yard Union, pool, and! Now, after his, brilliant efforts in
fn ally. sincerely determined to ac- I the national A. A.. U.. championships
I corplish one of his most sensational! in, the short I. A. C. tank last mnonth,
feat:s, tonight is expected to establish fin which the 20 yaftd pool 220 a1ndt
three new world marks, at 200 yards, 1 500 free style standardls were uslshed
200 meters, andl 220 yards. He will by considerable margins, the grett
take to the water for his first event,; sprinters feels confident that he ci
at 7:45 o'clocl I sink by as heavy a. bmoacdside' the of-
In the official record books thbe ficial 200 yard and over marks.
great I. A. C. star is listed as pos- ?iIn conjunction with _ Weissniuller's
s(-550i of literallys a score of records.; perfoinmance will be, held the annual1
Of all his staiidards, however, those freshman-Varsity dual meet which1
of which he seems to be most asham- t will mark the climax of the swim
ed are to be attacked with wrathful season. as well as the final appear-
vehemence tonight.1 anes of Capt. Paul Samson, Johna
In Alarch, 1922, on successive dlays;! Halsted, and Maurice Shorr.
hc established the identical stand-1 All of the fast varsilty men and
a-rds, 2:15 3-5, in Honolulu, for 200 i the not-too-slow yearlings will corn-
meters and 220 yards, distances differ- Pete, but with the .customary caution
iug by about two and one-half yards. (Continued on Page Seven)

Righthanded pitcher of the Chicago
Cubs, who was suspended by Manager
MicCarthy because of his poor show-
ing against the Cincinnati Reds.
Kiaufmnann was expected to be the
"ace"~ of the Club staff, but has proven
ax disap)pointment.

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game here betwyen Kansas City*and
Columbus.
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