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Browns Lose

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BRAVES RETAIN LEAD
IN NTIONAL CIRCUIT
New York Downs Athletics In Free
Hitting Contest; Pirates
Lose To Chicago Cubs
UHLE CHECKS ST. LOUIS
ETROIT put St.
Louis into first
place in the Amer-
ican league yes-
terday even tho
the Tigers down-
ed the Browns,10
to 1. George Uhle
won his third
start of the year
aided by s o m e
hard hitting by
G e h r inger and
home runs by Alexander and John-
son. The Browns took first place
due to the Athletics' defeat by the
Yanks, 9 to 7, in a hard fought
contest. Detroit also climbed in thei
first division, drawing abreast with1
Cleveland in fourth place. The
Yanks are in third now right be-
hind the Athletics.
Boston's Braves clung to the lead
in the National league, Smith
pitching his team to a 5 to 4 vic-
tory over the Giants. The Cabs
kept pace by a close victory over'
Pittsburgh, 8 to 7.
American League

Sports Briefs N
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Pennsylvania assured herself r proved the first day's feature
that one of the many track and, of the Drake Relays at Des Johnny Malloy Will Play Dave Ward
field prizes would remain at home Moines, Ia. Jark easily out- In Feature Twosome Of Match
when Barney Berlinger crowned classing a strong field in the , Between L o c a 1 Rivals
the opening of the two day Penn discus event, tossed the platter
relay carnival with a smashing! out 158 feet 3 inches to shatterj
victory in the decathlon classic. the former world's mark held TEN ENTRIES TO COMPETE
by Bud Houser of the Univer-
The brawny Penn all-round sity of Southern California. Johnny Malloy of Barton Hills
star, in driving through the will play Dave Ward of the Michi-
strenuous 10 event program This attempt, his first try, clip- 'gan Varsity in the feature match
which lasted from 10 until 6 ; ped the mark set by Houser in 1916 of the team competition between
o'clock, beat his nearest rival, I by one and one-quarter inches. It the two squads at Barton Hills
Tom Churchill of Oklahoma, by is all the more notable, for this Country club this afternoon. Each
approximately 135 points, shat- record was considered as impregn- team will be represented by 10 golf-
tering the record for the carni- able as any, with the present crop ers, the matches being decided
val decathlon. ; of discus throwers in the country under the Nassau system.
| finding the century and fa half Malloy is the present holder of
Berlinger's performance featured distance hardly possible to attain, the state amateur title, a crown he:
the opening day's program, which has held for the past two years.
was otherwise spectacular in the A glance at the Tiger's bat- Ward won the championship in
establishment of a new American ting averages show that the 1926, but lost to Malloy in the

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ATHLETICS FOR THE WEEK
Monday
Tennis-Drake, here.
( Thursday
I Baseball-Colgate, here.
Tennis-Colgate, here.
Friday
Baseball-Colgate, here. E
Saturday I
( Track-Iowa, here.
Baseball-Western State at I
G Kalamazoo.
IGolfIllinois at Urbana.
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SPOR TS PROGRAMC
FULL THIS WEEK
Athletics will occupy a major part
of the stage this coming week, four
sports team being scheduled to go
into action. The calendar is a full
one with the bulk of the activity

HAWKEYES NAME
MEE-T ENTRANTS

Iowa Will Bring Strong Squad I V~ I1L;.,I1 I11ULI1L11111 L V
Here For Outdoor Dual Meet
With Wolverines Saturday
---iSy Varsity Team Will Meet Iowans In
First Home Match Of Season
Iowa will bring its strongest On Ferry Field Tomorrow ,
team in a number of years to op--____
pose the Wolverines when the Con
ference indoor track champions EVERETT LEADS VISITORS
invade Ferry Field Saturday in
Michigan's first outdoor dual meet Coach Courtwright's Varsity ten-.
of the season. nis team will play host to Drake
The Iowa entries in the track ' University's netmen in, the first
events are: 100 yard dash-Pape, match of the season on the Ferry
Stevenson, Geneva, Sexton, Gor- Field courts tomorrow afternoon.
don, Stamats; 220. yard dash-Pape, Fresh from an impressive win
Stevenson, Geneva, Gordon, Baird, over Northwestern's fast moving
Thomas, Ferguson, Stamats; 440 racket wielders by a 9-0 count yes-
yard run-Stevenson, Stamats. terday at Evanston, the Wolverines
Baird, Depping, Thomas, Ferguson, will engage the Iowans in top con-
Isaacs, Tousey,tOram; Half mile dion. It is expected that the match
drun-Gunn, Moulton Cook, Tousey, will call for but four singles and
Stoddard, Stanley, McCammon, two doubles matches instead of the
Gardner; Mile run-Gunn, Gun- usual combination of six singles
'derson, Buis, Turner, McCammon,; and three doubles.
Kelly, Everingham, Gardner, HakesnTheesdoies.
Brady; Two mile run-Kelly, Ever- The Des Moines netmen have es-
Ingham, Gunderson, Brady, Hakes; tablished themselves as one of the
220 yard high hurdles-Allison, strongest court combinations to
1 Saling, Morrison, Cadwallader; 220 ever come forth from the Corn
yard low hurdles-Gordon, Saling, Belt and should force the wolver,
Allison, Geneva, Morrison, Cad- ines to the limit. While no lineup
wallader, Stevenson. has been announced for Michi&an,
In the field events: Shof put- it is expected that Barton, Spencer,
Forwald, Roberts; discus throw- Hammer, and Beal will see singles
Mitchell, Roberts, Junk, Farroh; action while the doubles lineup is
;Javelin throw-Stewart, Griswold, a matter of conjecture.
rForwald; Hammer throw-Gil- Everett, Drake star and number
;christ, McMahon;; High jump- one performer, is one of the out-
Craig, Jerrel, Earkhoven, Gordon, standing players in college tennis.
Boyer, Faulkner; Broad jump- The Drake star forced Berkeley
iGordon, Wilcox, Pinsker, Jereel; Bell, Texan star, to a 6-4, 64 score
Pole vault-Canby, Boyer, Cramer. 'during Easter vacation.

St. Louis 001 000
Detroit 304 050
Blaeholder, Strecki
Uhle and Phillips.
New York 020 005
Philadelphia 000 120

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and Manion;
RITE
002- 9 10 11
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outdoor fwo mile record by Paavo rookie, Dale Alexander, is out in finals of the state tourney at Wash- centered in the last three days of
Nurmi, who negotiated the long front of the regular stickers tenaw the following year. This the week.
trek irn ::15 2-5. with a mark of .395. The burly match should produce some sparkl- Coach Fisher's baseball nine will
iitial sacker is showing every ing golf from both contestants. engage in three games, all but one
The performance of Carl bit as much ability as he did Several other players of chain- of them taking place on, Ferry
Jark, a giant Nebraskan wear- last year in the Internationalpionship calibre will appear in the field. Colgate comes here on
ing the colors of West Point, league with Toronto, Barton Hills lineup. Jimmy Mal- Thursday and Friday to oppose the
loy, a younger brother of Johnny, Varsity, repaying the visit of the
VARSIT Y RESER VES AND FRESHMEN has made his presence felt in state Wolverines to Hamilton.
MEET IN DUAL TRACK COMPETITION golfing circles. Dan Quirk, a for- j The third tilt of the week for
------__ mer member of the Michigan Var- the team wilJ be with Western
With the cream of the Varsity Iwho trailed McKinley by a little sity, will also play for Barton Hills. ( State Teachers College Saturday at'
track squad at the Drake Relays, over a foot with a heave of 159 feet! Other players for Barton will be Kalamazoo. The track team also!
the freshmen and the remainder of I three inches. Mack, Ray Courtwright, coach of will perform before a home audi-
the first string men combined their ; The yearlings had things pretty the Michigan team, Duncanson, B ence this week when the Hawkeye(
practice sessions in the form of a much to themselves in the high I Quirk, Blane, Cissell and Carver. thinclads come to Ann Arbor Sat-!
urday for the only outdoor meetl
dual meet yesterday afternoon. jump, annexing the first three !dy- "ny-dreo
,Brubaker;sophomore candidate places with little difficulty. John- RYDER CUP RESULTS listed for Ferry field this year.
in the javelin event, hurled the son, who has recently changed his ---
stick 170 feet for the first time this form from the eastern style to the Charles Whitcombe, England,
year. Judging from the fact that western, proved a surprise by de- defeated Johnny Farrell, United
his best efforts last year were in feating both McHose and Black. States, 8 up and 6 to play.
the vicinity of 140 feet he seems Wood Wins Hurdles !!Leo Diegel, United States, de-
likely to develop into a valuable I In the high and low hurdles, Ifeated Abe Mitchell, England, S 9
Varsity man. Wood, a freshman, ran in fine form! up and 8 to play.
McKinley, a freshman, took sec- 3 to win both places. Russell, an- George Duncan, England, de-
ond honors yesterday in the jave- other freshman, also ran well to feated Walter Hagen, United
lin throw with a distance of 160 take second place in the low hur- States, 10 up and 8 to play.
feet, three inches, Third place in dles. Wood's time in the low tim- Archie Compston, England,
this event was captured by Pottle, bers was :24.8 seconds and in the defeated Gene Sarazen, United
Willoughby and Lerian; Clark high :15.6, the latter being unusual- States, 6 up and 4 to play.
and ll ughb anenin .C ly good time for a freshm an. ; Aubrey Boomer, England, de-
Mueller ran the 880 in the best feated Joe Turnesa, United
R H E time he has made this year, 2:03.8. States, 4 up and 3 to play.
Chicago 022 . 120 100- 8 15 1 Wolf, a freshman, beat .Danna to Horton Smith, United States,
Pittsburgh 120 000 103- 7 14 0 take the mile with a time of 4:40. defeated Fred Robson, England,
Malone anj Schulte; Swetonic, Both Brooks and Saunderson dis- 4 up and 3 to play. I
Hill and Hargraves. played a reversal of form and Ernest Whitcomb, England
First Game bowed to Carlson in the discus, and Al Espinosa, United States,
R H E Carlson's heave was only 131 feet II halved their match.
Cincinnati 006 001 000-= 7 12 1 two and one-half inches. Brooks Henry Cotton, England, de- I
St. Louis 010 000 010- 2 7 31 won the shot put with a distance I feated Al Watrous, United States,
Luque and Gooch; Doak, Frank- of 42 feet, eight and one-half 4 up and 3 to play.
house, Bell and Wilson. inches. 10
Second Game _

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Pipgras, Moore and Grabowski;
Grove, Yerkes, Earnshaw, Orwall,

and Cochrane.
Washington 000 0
Boston 000 2
Jones, Braxtona
Fayden and Berry.

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Cleveland 000 001 000- 1 5 21
Chicago 000 011 23x- 7 12 11
Shaute and Myatt; Thomas and
Berg.
Home runs-Alexander, Johnson.
(Detroit); O'Rourke (St. Louis) ;
Gehrig (New York); West (Wash-
ington).
National League
r1 H E
Boston 020 201 000- 5 10 0
New York 000 102 100- 4 10 4,
Smith and Taylor; Genewich,
.Denton, and O'Farrell.
R H E
Philadelphia 013 012 010- 8 11 1
Brooklyn 001 011 000- 3 7 1

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010 200
runs-Dudley
(Pittsburgh);

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