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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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PLAY ORTHWES TE3RN

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ASBECK WILL START
ANS T LP UPLENINEx
i 27 BigtC Q E'al ' [t J o 'SI Irt<<i' As'ibo,
WMIfIAN IN SIXTH PLACE

Folk lcwivi yeserdav contest with!
the Colgatf ie ,l*Micigan's baseball;
squad ,' consisting of Coach Ray Fish-
er an(] 12 pLaycrs>, ent rauied at 10:30
last night on a two-ay tr-ip) which in-1
cludles= a game this aufternoonagis
Northwesternx at Evanusi n and another!
contest tomorrow with Wisconsin at
Ma disons.
The Wolverine ,)layersoofiaking thel
trip include Captain PccwatDa-I
vis, Reichman, Oosterbzaaps, Kiclek,j
L.oos, Morse, Weintraub, Coriden Nc-
blung, Miller and Asheck. Coach Fish,-
er plans to use Asbeck, who defeated
Ohio State in his first Big Ten sta~rt
641, against the Purple and Miller
against the Badgers tomorrow.,
Losers Efi inated
This afternoon's contest will entire-
ly eliminate either the Wolverines or
Northwestern from, the 1927 title race
as both teams have lost three ames,
while a victory may allow one of them
to finish in a tie for first honors, pro-
vided that Illinois, Iowa, and Minne-
,sota drop one of their remaining
gamies.
The Purple split even over the week
end, lasing to Wisconsin andl nosing
out Indiana in a 3-2 contest, to re-
main, in fourth position in the Confer-
enc e-standings with a percentage of
465,: while Michigan climbed into sixth
place with one yictory less than the1
Purple by defeating Illinois and Iowa.,
Purple 1hits Hard
*Considered a weak contender b~efore
the Conference season, the Purple out-
fit hds developed into one of the hard-
est hitting aggregations in the° Big
Ten. Janetz, Johnsos, Panosh, Izard,
and Vanderberg rank among the lead-
ing hitters in the Conference, while
Weil, a pitcher, heads the Big Ten hat-
ting' list. In Mills and Palmer, the;~
Purple. have two capable pitchers. Thel
former is a left hander, Pansoh 'and
Well have been used as relief hurl-j
ers.It

By llerbeitE. Vedder z Phere will hre several mlleetings in
4. *..**.~ *.,..~"Somebody said that it couldln't be te next few wee s whlich' will large'ly
' ~ l~t ta Wlveine wih adeterlmine the status of the dribble
f<~~ ...~ chuckle replied that. maybe it couldn't a rle, llccoi dine to Coach vMaih-r, but!
h ut they would at least try in the see- !h ilpobbyntb
a... ndl game against Colgate.n And theirll:robbl no b
. r efforts were amply rewarded. ru fact able t o attent~ithm. The first is ofj
the team looked as if it were fightng'h1E Ws rteri\ onf ,, ca,, a
for a Conference title. .\luison, M;', 27 an-,d R, at the same
{ tillie ,±ts the chiumpionsbsp trick m117et.
.. _ 1)ick Gawne asendled thae
miound for 'M1ichigana'.and pitchled a ''in a utna "sel~i
4.:::jrgreat game ith athae exetion of ivwsae l OA- ilO'.)izV
L(fI oeor two Inningslie Worked i 'ia~oa h i~elm ~
likp i nanipioil alI hslosw style ,trcThiwiiiIin) .t£ E rePIoliegisIc '
z, aywas identica l 'with tat displayed janid jicI C1is held.A i -j
by WellIaar(1l Dim in"Slide Kelly, I ii<lo 1I lw, twllb l sA
Slide"-yes lDix oilthe dew York Btae Iaopnion exprvdsed in theQse
Yankees (lI) also m :on his -lame. two nlicetlig s and I lie Qdeek ionas
. ; Gawne was working so hard all the 'liaelI(r'1! h e 10 oiincc" rible
rway, that even his team mates seemed I1wil eptntefctaal-.
y'sto appreciate his efforts and rewarded let aa ~ i he'~4 d' O I 4 1i& a- t
Ihim wt the first exhibition of error- iiil gedo i1~ II
wih aa . i eI l t',ao less ball that the Wolverines bad dis-
fplayed on their homne diamond since _
.. the opening Conference game with
si. ! Pudue.

KrETZ MAY BREAK F
DUAL MEET'MARK COC
ment o0
bounce
iadvisab
1 . ' I rhoever
3one yea
>ndy k#'i.tf.' I santi e
: ::, ":<.through
<;ti;:. :: ::;" ryI whom a
:.'x 'f .. ..abolitil
WIlford Kel;
olvei e hammier thr ow statr who
tomnorrow is exp~ected to shatter the record of
existing Michigan-Ohio *dual meet Hawkins,

I 11 TllTElRlDISCUSSESI
lI'>ENlON OF INE'W RILIE
at effect defering enforce-I
:A the new hasketball rule
,thi dribble to a singleI
will, have on then decision
rules committee as to the
bility of keeping or dis-
gthe rule 1I(10 not know,"
J1. Mather, Varsity coach,
3d yesterday afternoon atI
-ph's Hos pital where he is
lung from a recent opera-I
one thing I am certain,
r,-that the suspension of
forcemeitt of the rule for
ar .shows dlefinitely the I
ent of basketball menI
hoit the country, most of
are-,utterly opposed to theIj
)n of the dribble".
149 feet .1 Fnches set by

WISCONSIN NET TA
iWILL COMlPE'TE. HER
!Wolverines IWill Fde. 1r To hloI<
? First Place II ig rTen
Tennis StandingY
MICHIIGAN IS UNBEATEN
Wolverine netinen, the only unude-
feated tennis team in the Conference°,
1will endeavor to strengthecn their holdi
on first position at 3 'clock t 1 h ntodWs on i g~ a y
vades Ferry field for the second home
;match of the Big Ten season. i-
igan's Conference successes thiusfr
include a 6-1 victory over Ohio) S'tate
and a 5-4 win from Minneso)ta.
Wisconsin is reputed to heav,, a
strong team his season, having" lo-t

b)y a

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6-3Corne Ag aSeinoa)h

Michigan.

IIY~ t(Continue l el PrageSven) i

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Things were rifhiei Mulct for
the Wolverines until the fourih in-
niing whien the "good old Ann Ar-
b~or" cane to the reserve and sent
the regular "flier" into town from
the south. Wiftenie Ooosterh~gl n
sa~w it and realized only too well
what it meant-a scor~e was im.-
per ativ e,

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The Northwesterpi team will probab-
ly line up with 'Janetz, Kempf, and
Snmith in the outfield, Mellick at first,
Capt. Solheim at second, Johnsos at
short, and .Izard at third, while Van-
derJlrg or Foster will receive the call
to work behind the plate. Palmer will
probably oppose' Asbeck in the box, as~
Mill worked - against Indiana Mon-
day.
To Use Salt e Lineup
Coach Fisher expects to use the
same lineup that yepresented Mich-
igan in the Iowa game. Oosterbaan,
Kubicek, 'Morse, and Weintraub will
compose the infield while Captain
Ptvckelwartz, Corriden, and Neblung
will ,fill the outfield berths. Davis will'
receive the call to perform behind thel
plate. -

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A Cornell Thinner
Testing a machine designed to
measure the epergy expended by ath-
lets. a'The entire Cornell track team is
experimenting with the device invent-
ed by -Prof. A. '. Hill, English sci-
entist and winner of the 1922 Nobel
prize.
Due to inclement weather yesterday,
all National League games were post-
ponedl, hut the American league pro
dicedl four exciting contests, two ofI
which were shutouts, and the other
two victories by one run margins. j
The St. Louis-Boston game was the
best of the day, going ten inningsbe-
fore St. Louis emerged victor by a
score of (6-5. Boston threw a scare
into St. Louis by scoring three runs I
in the ninth inning to take a one run
lead, but the Browns came back in
their half to even it up at five all and
then to forge ahead in the tenth.
Chicago blanked the Athletics, 3-0,
Thomas outpitching Grove and Grey
to gain the margin. In the other shut-
ont of the day *Iollis Thurston of
Washzington set down the Tygers by
a score of 3-0 also.
The New York Yankees made it 10
victories out of 11 starts on the. west-
ern tour by trimming Cleveland, 4-3.
Lou Gehrig, slugging first baseman,-
tied Ruth for home run honors at 9
'ipiece'by polling a ball over the right
fikl l fenice in the first inning.

So Ben smashed a hot drive insidle
the third base sack for a clean single
to send Kubicek to second, the Mich-
igan second baseman having been
given a base on balls. Then Neblung
sacrificed and both runners advanced.I
Red Davis was walked intentionally
to get at Gawne.!
They got at Gawne, all right!
The slim hunrler smashed it hard
grounder through the lhitChei~s
box which rolled clear to center
field for a cleanm single, scoring
Kubicek and Oosterbaan. L~oos lilt
another hot single just inside the
third base line to score lied Davis.
After Oosterbaan had, flied out to
open the Michigan sixth, Neblung laid
down a bunt which he beat out for a
hit. Then Red Davis lifted a fly to
short right field where the second
baseman held a congregational meet-I
ing with his colleagues, the center and!
right fielders. Meanwhile the ball lit
safe and Red was credited with a hit.'I
No onme volunteered any iaf or-
iation as to. what decision they
reached,. but on thme next play
Colgate cut off ilichigan's threat-
eued rally with a duible playl
Steinberg to Richardson to Boller-
man. Davis was out by the prover-
bial mile at sconid base, but all
of the crowd did not approve of
thle umpilre's calling Gawne out
at first

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SHIRTS
All regular $3.50 Shirts in Broadcloth,
Oxford and Madras-Stripes and White
Three for $8.50

H01 IERY
All of our regulaf stock. of wool hose at
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All leatherx and cloth Sport Jackets at
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WEEK-END SP'IRTS
CALFNI)AR
BASEBALL
1Today
Northwestern at Eivanston.
TI'om orrow
Wisconsin at Madison.

TRACK
Totmorrow
Gio State-Michigan
baus.

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TENNIS
Todaty
3o'clock,

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National ILeagu
jAll gaines called-rain,
I American Leagi
ishington . ..000 000
11,ri .... 000 000
Athiletics.......000 000
IChIc~tgo........ 100 010
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New York....210 000
ICleveland....210 000
IHome Runs:' Gehirig ,I

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For the first time this year on!
Ferry field a man was called out for!
attempting to bunt on his last strike.
Scholtz, the Colgate pitcher secured a
base on balls from Gawne which na-1
turally prompted the Maroons' coachl
to advance him by a sacrifice. So in- I
tent was Welch on doing this that h
apparently forgot that three attempted
bunts meant "curtains"
We (of tihe "editorial -we" fame)'
made a special trip over to see
"Skipper' iffather at St. Joseph's
hospitail yesterday afteritoon. We
are glad to day thiat "Skip" is
lookinig fine and kicking "like a
steer" to get out of the hospital.
The doctor has promised nothing
yet.

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Chicago--Mlichigan at Ferry field.

GOLF
Tonmorrow
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Arbor Country' club.

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