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.TUESD'AY, ~MAY ,7, 1929

TH-E MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SE!VEN

PLAY BY PLAY ACCOU
WINOVER NEIJI BALL
First Inning
MEIJI.--McAfee took the mount
for Michigan. Zenimura rapped
sharp grounder to Kubicek and wa
thrown out. Myron threw out Tabe
Myron also tossed out Matsuki. Nt
runs, no hits, no errors.
MICHIGAN.-Akagi, a southpaw
pitched for ,Meiji. Tabe muffet
Nebelung's grounder, a rifle sho
peg to first just failing to nip th
runner. Corriden sacrificed, Sumi-
da to Matsuki. Straub singled past
third, Nebelung scoring when Sa-
kuta fumbled the ball in left. Kubi-
eek flied' to center. Weintraub
singled, with Straub going to
third. Weintraub went down on a
pitch and was taggea out by Mane
:in a chase back to first base. One
run, two hits, one error.
Second Inning
MJIJI.-Kubicek threw out Masu.
Sumida bounced out to the pitcher.
Sakutai struck out. No runs, no
hits, no errors.
MICHIGAN.-McCoy hit the-first
pitch and Sumida threw him out.
Myron walked. Mano took Trus-
kowski's high fly.dMyron stole sec-
oind. Sakutai ;made a nice catch
of McAfee's fly to deep left field.
No Muns, no hits, no errors.
Third Inning
MEIJI.-Tezuka popped to sec-
ond. Akagi lined to McAfee. Mano
popped to short. No runs, no hits,
no errors.
MICHIGAN.-Nebelung struck out
with the count three and two. Cor-
riden lined a single to center.
Straub struck out as Corriden stole.
second. Mano threw out Kubicek.
No runs, one hit, no errors.
Fourth Inning
MEIJI.-Zenimura walked on four
pitches, the first Meiji player to+
reach first. Tabe sacrificed, McAfee
to McCoy. Matsuki lined to Moody
at third who had replaced Wein-
traub. Moody made a nice one hand
pickup of Masu's grounder and
threw him out. No runs, no hits,
no errors.
MICHIGAN.-Moody bounded out
to first. Sumida threw out McCoy.
Myron went out the same way. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
Fifth Inning
MEIJI-Sumida lost his bat swing- +
ing on a strike before Kubicek took
his grounder. Sakurai hit to Mc-
Coy, McAfee taking the throw. Te-
zuka singled to left center, the first
Meiji hit. Akagi struck out. No
rins, pne hit, no errors.
MICHIGAN.--Truskowski walked.
McAfee bunted but Tezuka threwa
wild to second, Truskowski reaching
third and McAfee second- Nebel-
ung fouled to Tezuka. Corriden
flied to Yonezawa. Centenni batted{
for Straub and struck out. No runs,!

WS u RoWOLVES LACK POWER SECOND TILT WITH MEIJI
IN HURDLES, JAVELIN NINE TO BE PLAYED TODAY
T[-WAQ APW(Continued From Page Six) (Continued From Page Six)
SL not turn in a creditable perfor- backstop asignment, with Matsuki
nance. McCammon, in taking first or Washio at first base, Mano atI
for Iowa, was timed in 4:41.6, verysecond, Tabe at the shortstop post,
S hits, one error. slow time for college runners. Mon- and Sumida at third. Masu, clean
a MEIJI.-Slagle took Straub's place roe, Michigan's chief threat in this up man, who knocked out a homer
s in right for Michigan. Mano struck event, allowed a slow pace to be set over Corriden's head in yesterday's
~. out. Zenimura bunted neatly and during the first part of the race, encounter, will be in center field,
out. thenhrabntedfrt.aTabe flied and then was unable to match Mc- with Captain Zenimura in right and
o beat the throw to first.TaefleGamnssrntotetp.etr nzw wh cuofa
to Corriden in left. Kubicek tossed Cammon's sprint to the tape.r eitherYenezawa,iwho cua
InI the hurdles the Wolverines [Wolverine run with a spectacular
, out Matsuki. No runs, one hit, no showed weakness although Jack catch of McAfee's long drive inI
d errors.HTarbill's showing in winning the the second inning, or Sakurai in
It MICHIGAN.-Kubicek grounded 220 yard lows was encouraging. Pot-I left field.
e to Tabe, Matsuki making a nice ter was relegated to third place in The regular Wolverine lineup will
- catch of a high throw. Moody the highs by Saling and Allison, again be used, according to Coacn
t scratched a single to third and Hawkeye stars. In the lows Iowa Fisher, with Asbeck slated to start
- went to second on a wide throw. took second and third. the game in the pitcher's box, while(
McCoy sent a sacrifice fly to center,kMontague may be given a chance
!Moody reaching third. Myron struck Weak In Javelin toshow his wares during the final
out. No runs, one hit, no errors. he theli was another event in'nings.
Seenh nnn whic the Michigan entries were __nni____gs._
I MEIJI.-Masu lined a home run unimpressive Brubaker was thei
over Corriden's head in left. Sumi- only one of the Wolverines to place, TWO GAMES STILL REMAIN
da singled past first. McAfee steadi- getting out a throw of 166 feet 11 ON PROGRAM FOR GRIDMEN
ed and forced Yonezawa to fmy to n None of the other Michigan
.center and Tezuka did likewise. men were able to exceed 152 feet.. ---
Sceutmi nd sTezuk id likedsng One of the encouraging features (Continued From Page Six)
Sumida stole second, fast fieldin for Coach Farrell waqua, adhwllMeiwtchdgcosey
holding him to second whenTrus was the Michigan squad, and will be watched close
kowski's throw rolled into center. slams in the hammer and discus during the coming games.
Agaki walked and Mano beat out throws. Ketz got off a record Of the centers, Bovard, a veteran
a hit to first with Sumida scoring heave of 165 feet 10 inches in the of two year's experience has look-
on the play. Kubicek tagged out hammer, while the other Wolver- ed the best of those who are out,
ph ines showed improvement. The but he is closely pressed by Pete
Mano on the base pathending the discus throwers, led by Sanderson Cornwell, an end last year who won
inning. Two runs, three hits, no with a mark of 134 feet eight his letter. Tom Cook, a sopho-
errs HIGAN.-Truskowski fouled a inches, showed potential ablity. more, and Castle, a . freshman,
Tolan Wins Dashes have also shown to good advant-
long one to left before he popped In his first outdoor appearance age.
to short. Tabe threw the ball n before a Michigan crowd, Eddie Simrall is the best light back
the dirt on Mpitcher s hit and the both the dash events to tie for high out, and will probably develop into
Tolan had a big day when he won' one of the best blockers in the
lung doubled to right and Naka- point honors. Tolan's new re- middle west. His work in this de-
fmura replaced Agaki on the mound.pithnr.Tl s ew ecii
ords in the 100 and 220 will not be partment has been exceptional, and
Csrrd t th plare Cn d en recognized, however, due to the has shown great development in
was retired at the plate. Corriden gale at his back. Grodsky demon- tackling. Besides these funda-i
ting runon. pasedn ball.d Mao strated his speed by taking a sec- mental advantages, he is an ex-
tying run on a passed bal. Mano ond and third in the sprints. cellent punter. Willie Heston and:
hit, one error. Lomont ran a great race in the Holland "have also attracted con-
EighthneInrrirg half mile to take second two yards siderable attention by their speed
Eback of Gunn, Iowa star. The Wol- in carrying the ball. Dahlem, East-!
MEIJI.--Zenmura rapped a groun- verines led the field 50 yards from man, Wheeler, and Straub will all
der to Kubicek. Tabe lost his bat the finish, but Gunn passed him in be counted on next year, but are!
on the second strike before he1 the stretch. Austin may develop not on the spring squad.
whiffed at the third one. Corri- into a good two miler as a result of Of the heavier backfield men,
den took Matsuki's fly in left. No his showing in winning the event Hudson, Priest and Menzel, togeth-1
runs, no hits, no errors. against Iowa. The lanky Wolver- I er with Morrison and Gembis will!
MICHIGAN. - Washio went to me answered Wuerfel's challenge give Coach Wieman a wide field
fly back o first. abi caught Moo I at tburst of speed that carried from which to choose his batteringI
fly ackof frst Tab caght oo-him to the tape several yards in the
dy's fly near the left field foul line, van
McCoy lined to center. No runs,
no hits, no errors.
Ninth Inning NORTHWESTERN.-Quite unusal
MEIJI.-Masu flied to right. Su- to relate, a college humorous pub-
mida struck out. Yonezaa went out, lication is meeting opposition to
McAfee to McCoy. No runs, no hits, publication from the students rath-
no errors. er than from the faculty of the uni-
MICHIGAN.-Myron was tossed versity. The publishers have been
out, short to first. TruskowskiP forced to adopt police protection in
singled past shortstop. McAfee fliedI order to distribute the publication
to center, but Nebelung bounded a The Barker". The magazines are
single over the pitcher's head, Trus- carried in a police patrol wagon
kowski stopping at second. Corn- under a special guard. The reason

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