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PITCHING DUEL BETWEEN M'AFEE, STEWART
LOOMS AS WOLVERINES CLASH WITH INDIANS

11Ilinols Selis Another Conference
Victory; Boast Defeat
Of Purdue
GAME TO START AT 2:30
P1OUABLE LINEUPS
"licaigan Illnos
Nebelung, Cf O'Grady, lb.
Loos, ss (Capt.) Dorn, If
Lange, rf Sweeney, of
Corriden, if Finn, ss (Capt.)
Oosterbaan, lb. Gundlach, 3b
Weintraub, 3b Lind, If
Morse, 2b Williams or
Cann, c
McCoy, e Shaw, 2b
McAfee, p Stewart, p
NIVERSITY of I-
livnois, co-holders
with the Hawks,
7of the 1927 Big
Ten title xwiii
furnish the second
acid test for the
Wolverines in as
many days at 2:30
o'clock today at
Ferry field. The
7-6 win over the
Iowans was Mich-
igan's third in as
many Big T e n
contests.
Fresh from victories over Butler
and Bradley Tech in their final non-
Conference games and with a Big
Ten victory over Purdue, 5-0, already
tucked away, the Indians will invade
the Wolverine stronghold in quest of
their second victory over a Confer-
ence opponent.
Prospects fer a pitchers' battle be-
tween Bud Stewart, veteran right-
hander of the Orange and Blue mounl
corps, and Bill McAfee, sophomore
find of the Michigan staff, seems in-
evitable, as both men have been going
at top form in their recent games.
McAfee, who held Purdue to five hits
in the second Big Ten contest, is
credited with a one hit game against
Vanderbilt, while Stewart Jet Tulane
down with only two safeties during
the Illini training jaunt.
With one of the most formidable
squads in the Conference this season,
the Illini will make a strong bid to,
repeat their performance of last sea-
son when they vanquished the Michi-.
gan outfit, 6-1, behind faultless pitch-
ing by Stewart, while Coach Ray
Fisher's team was helpless before the
Indian twirler, his mates proceeded to
pound the veteran Don Miller for a
total of 12 safeties.
After getting a late start in the
1927 title race, however, the Wolver-
ines proceeded to atone for their earl-
ier reverses by shutting out the Illini
at Champaign, 6-0 in a game that was
featured by the hurling of Miller and
the slugging of the Maize and Blue
players, who bagged no less than 11
hits off the delivery of Stewart and
Andrews.
While the early season games have
been featured mainly by the brilliant
mound wrk of Stewart and Andrews,
veteran pitchers, t h e Lundgren-
coached combination has proved itself
worthy of serious consideration both
offensively, and defensively.
SPRING GRID PRACTICE
DEVOTED TO PASSING
DRILL, FUNDAMENTALS,
Although over 125 men have al-
ready responded to his call for spring
football practice, Coach Tad Wieman
expects an even larger squad by the
end of the week, as the turnout is
increasing daily. No previous ex-
perience is required, and uniforns
will be issued to all students report-
ing.
With the enlargement of the squad
after spring recess, more attention
has been paid to drilling on funda
n'enttds, blocking and tackling bing
emphasized. Efforts to develop cap-
able kickers and passers to take the

placo of those who will be lost by
graduation are being continued.
Yesterday's practice for the backs,
after opening with a short drill on
calisthenics and dodging blockers,
was devoted to all branches of the
passing game. Prospectiwe tossers
were given a chance to show their
w1rcs, and other backs and ends were
sent out to receive the passes, while
another backfield was drilled on a de-
fense for aerial attacks. The punters
Were also given a thorough workout,
withi the ends going down to get the
bickfield men returning the kicks.

COACHES INDIANS

Mulroney, Iowa hurler, was warm--
ly applauded by the spectators when7
he struck out Oosterbaan with the
bases loaded in the third inning and
again when he figured prominently in
a spectacular double play that staved
off a Michigan rally in the fourth
frame of yesterday's game.
Several hundr:d spectators swarm-
ed around Coach Otto Vogel ald Andy
Green, umpire, at the end of the game1
when the two engaged in a verbal
battle over a decision called in the
final inning. Orders by a single re-
presentative of the Ann Arbor po-
lice department to disperse were only.
raucously 'booed' by the several hun-
dred ien.
Nebelung, Michigan center fielder,
was chased off the field by Umpire
"Four Strikes" Cleary for baiting Mul-
roney in the eighth inning. Just pre-
ivous to this Nebelung drove a two
base hit to center field. Straub ran
for Nebelung, and Slagle replaced
him in center field.
The press men were chilled to the
narrow of their bones sitting in their,
lofty perch overt the grandstand. They
are still inquiring about that danopy
the athletic association promised to
construct a week ago.
Fifteen men were used by Coach
Ray L. Fisher to achieve the one-run
victory over the Iowans. The lawk-
eyes had five less.
Stewart, Illini hurler who opposes
McAfee this afternoon, weas rushed
into the game against Bradley Thurs-
day and held the Bradley hitters to
three hits duving his three-inning stay
on the mound. Oh, Oh!
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By
CLARENCE N. EDELSON

DELAY TENNIS MATCH'
WITH DETROIT TEAM
Hope To Improve Condition Of Courts
On Ferry Field Before Meet
With Nortiwestern
THREE NEW MEN ON SQUAD
Because unfavorable weather made
it impossible for the Detroit Tennis
club to condition its courts, the match
between the Varsity and the Detroit
team was forced to be postponed un-
til Wednesday.
Following the Detroit match will be
the opening Big Ten meet with North-
western, to be held on Ferry field gne
week from today. The match on Wed-
nesday is expected to give Coach Har-
ry Hutchins a basis for the selection
of a team to oppose Northwestern.
The biggest obstacle in the path of
the Wolverines at present is the al-
most unplayable condition of the local
courts. The surfaces of the clay courts
are checked and rough with a large
number of hollows which furnish men-
tal and physical hazards intolerable
in thatches.
In spite of them; handicap the con-
tenders for the Varsity have complet-
ed a series of singles matches in the
form of an elimination contest.
Three new men are making strong
bids for positions on the Wolverine
team.
Undaunted by six unsuccessful at-
tempts to swim, the Strait of Gibralt-E
er, Miss Mercedes GIeitz, London's
typist-swimmer, has at last establish-
ed the record of being the first wom-
an to achieve the feat. She has al-
ready negotiated the 'English Chan-
nel.
Captaining a rifle team which has
been undefeated for two seasons, Miss
Helen Taylor, student at the George
Washington University, holds a rec-
ord of 500 consecutive bullseyes in
regulation meets.

YLSTIRDAYT"
Holding St. Louis to four hits Earl
Whitehill, veteran hurler of the De-
troit Tigers, shut out the Browns yes-
terday at Navin Field. He was ma-
terially aided by Easterling and Me-
manus. both of whom hit for the cir-
cuit. This was the Tigers' third suc-
cessive win.
Grove, of the Athletics, held New
York's sluggers to a single score,
while his mates were bringing two
men across the plate.

OHIO AND KANSAS RELAYS TO OPEN OUTDOR
SEASON FOR MIDDLE WEST TRACK ATHLETES

WOLVERINE STAR

National League

)ticiga Entrants Are 'nceiilrated
At Olumibus; Conge r To i
Again Tothly
ILLINOIS LOOMS STRONG
(By Associated Press)
COLUMBUS, April 20.-Irwin
Philips, former Butler College
star, came from behind in the
last 100 yards of a spe(-ial half
mhile race to outclass the fleet Iay
Conger, one of America's out-
standing Olympic contenders in
the Ohio, Relays here today. Phil-
ips time was 1:54.3. Orvil Mar-
tin, present Western Conference
champion at the distance, was
third after pacing most of the
way.
Track athletes from the Middle
West will open the outdoor season to-
day, when 93 colleges and universi-
ties will compete in the annual Kans
as and Ohio State relay meets. Michi-
gan has confined its entries to the
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Grimes, Brame, and Gooch
St. Louis 100 000 500-6 16 1.
Haines and O'Farrell
Chicago 000 000 000-0 4 0.
Root, Welch, and Hartnett
Cincinnati 000 021 003-6 12 2.
Rixey and Hargrave
Philadelphia 003 001 020-6 5 4. 1
Ferguson, Mitchell, Willoughby,
Baecht, and Wilson
Brooklyn 104 030 000-8 9 1.
McWeeny, Ehrhard, and Deberry
Home runs: Goslin (Wash.); Mc-
Manus (Det.); Easterling (Detroit);
and Grantham (Pitt.).

Wilford ketz
Hammer thrower who is expected
to gain a high place in his specialty
at the. Ohio Relays today. Ketz is a
consistent performer at 155 feet.

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Whitehill and Hargrave
St. Louis 00p 000 000-0 4 1.
Ogden, Wright, and Schang
Chicago 312 020 21x-11 12 0.
Thomas and Berg
Cleveland 000 000 001-1 8 5.
Miller, Bayno, Collard, and L. Sewell
Washington 000 400 010 - 5 9 1.
Gaston, Braxton, Burke, ;nd Tate
Boston 000 132 000-6 10 1
MacFayden, Russell, Morris, and
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Carl Lundgren
Pictured in the Michigan uniform
of som'e 10 seasons ago just before
he transferred his coaching duties
from Ann Arbor to Champaign.
BADGERS SELECT
TWO CAGE PILOTS
(Special to The Daily)
MADISON, April 20.-Co-captains
will lead Wisconsin's 1928-29 basket-
ball team, John Doyle and Elmer Ten-
hopen.
SAN FRANCISCO.-Dan O'Leary,
veteran long distance walker, is plan-
ning -a four day-running and walking
contest to be held next season.
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