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'®THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ILLINI AND BUCKEYES WUEPYEL TAKES IT 5 SONBLANKED' TOML VN
ARE WINNERS IN GRID' BY NE W YORlK YANKS

CONFERENCE
SPORT DOPE

Iuous week end trip, to be followed by
an invasion of Northwestern, Monlday
:f:iloreo, at, Evanston.

PRACTICE YESTERDA Y
'I{)A, N!) "INDIANA" 10SF- I
GIISTERT SCORES FIRST'~ 4::
ii wler And Atvery Star I Attack
Of (Calpo's 1'01110 statie"
Coach (leorge Veenker's veteran.
"llinois" team trIuirT4Jhedl over
Conach Jim :Miller's "Iowa" eleven,,
2G-0, while the "Ohio State" team
nder Coach Caption defeated Court- ~ "
w right's ?'N1Id:aa" eleven 15-01 in 1
thesprng ridseries yesterday af- ~~
te rnoon on Ferry field.
' Iowa~"started out well against Ted Wu'erfel
the "Illinois" squad, advancing the Wolverine two miler who captured
ball' to within 10 yards of the goal th event in the good tine of 9:42.3
line or, a pass,, Krecke to McCormick. I
yesterday }afternoon in the annual
The "Illini" then held for downs and Michigan-Olio dual meet. Baker of
began an adva ce of their own. Ohio was second and .lesson of Mich-
Taking the ball on an end run. igan third.
Mi1ke Ge~stert4 elusive "Illinois"
quarterback, scampered through the GRANITHAMAC iNGS
Opposition 60o yards for a touchdolrwn. TO BA T TING LEAD
Hughes kicked goal.
Geistert Makes bong Buns
A steady march up 'the field in the (Special to Tte Dahl=)
second quarter, with Geistert, Hugh- NEW YORK, May 5-George Grant-
es, and Gemb is accounting for gains,j ham of Pittsburgh and Sheriff Blake
brought the "illin!" their second of Chicago retain their crowns in the,
touchdown. Hughes scored on a line National le "ue, according to averag-
buck. The kick for point was wide.i es made pu.Thic today. Grantham tops
In the second half Coach "Veenkers the batsmen with a merry .463, while
charges tore holes In the lighter Blake has yet~ to suffer a pitching re-
"Town." line and made long gains a- verse against the three decisions he
rounid end. Two long runs by Geist:- r has won. The figures include games
ert advanced the ball deep into of Wednesday.
"Hawkeye" territory. Hughes carriedI
it over for another score. The triyI BADGER TEAM TO PLAY
for point failed. WOLVERINES TOMORROW
"Iowa" began an advance into "Il-
linois" territory in the fourth quart- (Continued from Page Six)
er, gaining on paisses, but this was markable in that it was realized at
checked when Hughes intercep~ted the expense of But Stewart, ace of
one. With the ball 'near miidfield, a the Orange and Blue mound corps.
long pass, Geistert to Hughes, ac- After Stewart had held the Wiscon-
counted for the' fourth "'Illinois" sin batters runless for eight innings,
touchdown. Hughes' kicked goal. The! a five run rally in the ninth overcame

Fijo vaSS Iihurls Severe W1lt anle; Sixy
1Ie.1iRus Feat ure 1lay
Ii ilMajors
REDS POUNCE ON GIANTSI
Pipgrass of the New York Yankees
was the only pitcher in the Big
leagues to hurl his way to a 'shutout
when he blanked Chicago, 7 to 0. In
the moston sided game af the dtay,

Only two nienc have becitr lost
to the Minnesota tennis squauil
thrughineligibility, Ieatving a -n
ic' kx~IhniIly well-rna1.thedlout.
tit to compIete in ,future ceon-
ferenc t, teets.

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Indiana's baseball team left Fridayf
for Iowa City to play the .Banwkey(,s
yesterday on the first leg, of a strei -#

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game ended soon after.
Avery Makes Tou chdow~n
Coach Cappon's hard driving "Ohio0
State" backs proved too much for the
"Indiana" eleven. Wheeler, and Av-
ery were both main cogs in the'
"Buckeye"' attack, ;,Sim;rall starred
for the "Hoosiers."
After" "Indiana's" short kick-off,
Wheeler skirted left end for 20. yards
on the first play. A forward .pass,
Dobbin to, Avery, netted 30 moreI
yards. Three line plays took the ball
within inches of the "Indiana" goal
line. Avery took it over on the fourth
plunge. The try for goal was block-
ed.
"Indiana" threatened in- the sec-
ond quarter, advancing the ball to
"Ohio State's" 20 yard line, where
the "Buckeyes" held for downs.
An "Indiana" back fumbled the
kickoff at the opening of the sec-
ond half, but recovered on his six.
yard line. A high pass tfrom centerj
went over the goal line where a
"Hoosier' fell on it, giving the
"Buckeyes" two points for a safety,;
NEW IHAVEN-Yale defcrtel Wes-
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the two run Indian lead and netted a
5-2 _win.
Bill MVcAfee, who holds victoriest
over Purdue and Indiana in addition
to Vanderbilt, Georgia, and Colgate,
will be coach Fisher's choice to hurl
for the Wolverines, while Ernie Mc-,
Coy will see service, behind the plate.I
The only other changes in the Michi-
gan lineup since the Syracuse series
was played on Ferry field will be
Corriden. at second, Lange in left
field, and Straub in right.
Doyle Will Catch I
It seem's probable ti, at Thelander,
veteran of last, year's team will bel
named to face the Wolverines, al-I
though J'acobson and Elerman arel
two other veteran possibilities. Jac-
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trip, due to illness but should be
ready for action tomorrow if needled.
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