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THE MICHIGAN DAILY __________

MACKMEN OVERWHELM' gO VING
WORLDS'CAPOS SPTS WO RL9\ -<

il PATII[ l EEASTE"RLING, TIGER ROOKIE, LEADS
'hIL bU IIIUL ULIAMER.'ICAN LEAGUE BATTING RACE~
TAlD1AM[I L lV(By Associated Ticss,)( Fothergill's shoes ihi the Tige;r out-
I U Ufl N IIIT ONIU L I hiao April 21.-A 22-year old fj ield, has been at hat 11 t imes uin

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Joe Bush hilanks cincinnati Redls 5-W I~y n~UEIW vI'
As Cunyler And iVlson Pou#;d The Major League flag chase start-
Out Hoene Ruts' ed off about ten days ago and the
m~an who can predict very much a-
WALBERG BLANKS YANKS <bout the outcome is as much a scarce
I article as ever.

but thie HIlley men hbop e for bet-
;ter tMan seventh anyhow.
The well known fact that Detroit
(ioesn't count for the first few weeks

{Handicapped by two bad dlays thec
golf tournament has been held over
until this afternoon, as several play-

D~etroit rookie, Paul Easterling, is far
azront the field in the race for indi-
vidual batting honors in the Anr'eri-
can league.
Unofficial statistic of the Junior cir-
cuit, including Wedlnesday's games,
show Easterling, who is filling Bob

which tune he has lhagger seven Jilts
for a total of 10 hbaseti (1 an aver"-
age of .6i36. The slutgging N\ew xiorkl
veterani, Bob Meu se], is second.
Chilly weather had its Iwd effects
onl pitchers in the first week of flay
as the American league batsmen hit
the ball at a merry clip.

ers have yet to complete their secondj
round. The scores have been qluite
high this year which was caused by!

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American League fans were aghast1
today at the overwhelming defeat in-
flicted on the New York Yankees by
Connie Mack's veterans yesterday.
Walberg' let "Murderers Row" down
v ith only six hits.
Joe Bush of the Chicago Cubs du-
l)=icated Walberg's stunt and blanked
the Cincinnati Reds 5 to 0, scattering
four hits widely.
Amierican League
RHE
Detroit........... 010 000 010-2 4 2,
St. Louis......... 101 001 11x-5 9 1
Sullivan. Stoner and Hargrave;
Crowder and Schang

111 IIL nI4~UL 1) I~UA~b~~"'~' a str~ong wind on Thursday.
Rhile mnost critics are sadn o h iesjs o.
byttneingnofetheoTigers justfnow.hOn scores handed in to date three~s
byt3 meent mbeo wl lead the field with a total 3
another American League pen- (reoi~ge Sisler's ad~dition to1 thle hl soeof12. TeaeW e-
Iat there are t few vhto are 1'islingtoii "Cyapitolists" iis to lbury, Goodspeed, and Ahlstromin Te
voluntteering, much inforniation Iha, -, inspired miost unuisual ef men are closely follow ed by Hobart,
ont the other first division clubs. Potts on t he part of the veteran Joe a ifresimaii,with 153 and Dav e W'?r
Th ai ifiut i ha hreae Jud~ge with a. (corresponldinlg re-a- with a 154. Ward had the low 1s
Too man dclu y for atthr e -w eondiviof t-he 'seniator's. hole score with a 72, but slipped on
ioon man it'sinfoshsibetondvsq -e I h ainl egeastainThursday and took an 82.!
iatiandit'simpssibe t squeze In te Ntionl Laguea stua i Following these come Morse witha
more thian four of the seven otherI prevails which is just the reverse of 15!n odi wt 5. w
clubs into the lower half. !that in the American circuit-there strokes behind Goodwin are Hoover I
I i are altogether too many aspirants. of the class of 1931, and *Wenzell and
I vionuie Mack's ailing Athletics for the first division and not enough Hand. Royston, a freshman and Crane
hatve taken but one of, five gal'mes to fill up the second. arie the only otherjs that have not goneC~
anid do not looki so promiising ." over 160 to, date.
'ile Cutbs weakiened lateleast The four freshmen having the low-
however, if one drops over to the last season but Manager MN0'ar- est scores will comprise the yearling'
south shores of Lsake Erie hie will thy believes lhe chi avert such an squad which will be the first fresh-i
notice a great enthusiasm on the ,oecurcnee6 this season. Mlanager ;man golf team Michigan ever had. if,
part of Cleveland fans who remember aC k heiidriicik is nowv prevent. oatadHoe cncniu ly
a surprise Indian pennant in 1920. ing' the Reds' irnn getting' such am ing the brand of golf they displayed ,
Wihaottreyoungsters and hopeles s star4t as list 'Year. in the tournament, the team should x1

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PhiOladelphia ... 100 011 007-10 12
New York...... 000 000 000- 0 6
Wailberg and Cochrane; Johnson,
Campbell and Grabowski

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Chicago at Cleveland, rain.
Boston at Washington, rain.
Home runs: Walberg (Philadelphia)
Natio nal League
Cincinnati...... 000 000 000-0 4 2
Chicago......... 000 131 000-5 10 0
Lucas and Hlargrave; Bush and Hart-
nett.
New York....... 000 012 401-8 10 21
Boston.......... 100 000 011-3 11 1
Barnes and Hogan; Robertson, Hearn,
Mills and Taylor;
St. Louis at Pittsburgh, rain.
Brooklyn at Philadelphia, rain.
Home runs: H-ogan (Giants), Lind-
strom (Giants), Terry (Giants),
Hornsby (Boston), Cuyler (Cubs),
Wilson (Cubs).-
RAIN HALTS MICHIGAN,
ILLINIBALL CONTEST
(Continued from Page Six)
ted for Gawne, but Red Corriden singl-
ed to put the game on ice before Ben-
nie had a chance to show his wares.
Although Coach Otto Vogel of the
Iowa team filed a protest following the
Maize andl Blue team's victory on the
grounds of poor and doubtful decisions
on the part of the officials, it is doubt-
ful whether his efforts will produce
any results.
The difficulty hinges on the fact that
Corriden returned to the Michigan
line-up after' Myron ran for him in the
fninth inning when he injured himself
sliding into 'second base. In the tenth,
he took his regular place in the gard-
en and proceeded to single Squer
home with the winning run in the last
half of the. same inning.
Michigan's left fielder claims that
Blackford and Glasgow, second base-
man and shortstop respectively of the
Iowa team, asked him if he did not
want a -man to run for him, and that
be replied affirmatively.
Coach Vogel, on the other hand,
claims that Corriden had no right to
reenter the game, since he had not. ob-
tained the permission of Captain Ter-
ry, the Iowa center fielder, to have a
run ner. Although the Hawkeye coach+
is righ~t, technically, had Corriden fail-
ed to produce the winning hit it is
dloubtful whether the protest would
have been madie at all.

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the estveterans, tihe Inians nave
hopped right up at the top of the
standings at this early stage, the
question being hlow long they will
last.
The St. Louis Browns. whiat-
ever else alilay lbe said, are not
chary ofa change, or better a
comphlete shakeutp. Manager
Hlowley and Owner Phillip deCat-
esby Ball kept their 'Word !it
changing the Br-owns battle front
and dlid it witha vengeance.
Of the 39 players on the Browns
spring training roster three years
ago only four, Gerber, Falk, Bllaehold-
or and Beck started out this year.
A~ndi the combination of you~thi
and l rejuvenated cage acquired via
trade' started out , with four
straight wins. W'hat has happen-
ed slice is not so encourtaging,
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A REMARKABLE SALE OF TV
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