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Barton Drops Only Match Of Day
to Cornell In Hard-Fought
Sin~ges Encounter

Michigan's Varsity tennis team-
proved a decisive winner in her
third conference start in a match
with Minnesota yesterday after-
noon on the Ferry field courts.
Playing under the almost impossi-
ble conditions of high winds and,
courts made slow by rain early in
the morning, the Wolverines kept
their record intact by winning by a
7-1 count.
In the feature match of the day
Minnesota gained her only win of'
the afternoon, "Stee" Cornell,
husky Gopher star, winning overj
Barton, Wolverine leader in
straight sets, 8-6, 6-3. A superior
steadiness proved the deciding fac-
tor in the Minnesotan's win, the
high winds seeming to throw the
Michigan captain off his usual de-
pendable style of play.
Jim Spencer, recently elevated to
the Wolverine number two berth,
showed' the most powerful strok-
ing of the day in downing Young
of Minnesota in easy fashion 6-1:,
6-1. A powerful serve and mas-.
terful play at the net were the
main factors in Spencer's win.
Ed Hammer outstroked Morgan
of Minnesota to gain a win in the
third singles, 6-2, 6-4. The Michi-
gan topspin star was in front all
the way and found little difficulty
with his Gopher opponent.
.Real Downs Jerrens
Jerrems, Gopher veteran, fell a
victim to the superior steadiness of
Bob Beal in the fourth singles en-
counter in straight sets, 6-2, 6-0-
In the fifth singles encounter King
Moore won a hard fought encount-
er over Yutzy of the Gopher outfit
in three sets, 9-7, 3-6, 6-4. The net
play of the midget Wolve was the
deciding factor.
Ken Schaeffer, continuing to
play good tennis, showed the way'
to Hansen of Minnesota to register
the most decisive' win of the after-
noon 6-0, 6-1. The Gopher player
seemed unable to keep his strokes
in check and fell a victim iargely
on his own wildness.!
Team Continues Unbeaten I
Michigan's first double' team.
continued unbeaten in winning
over the first string Gopher coin-
bination of Cornell and Young in'
three sets 6-3, 4-6, 6-3. The play
of the Michigan team of Hammer
and Barton looked the best of the,
year. Mores decisive' stroking by
the Wolves and better team play
coupled with severe service saw the
Gophers go down in defeat.
In the second doubles, the Wol-
verine team of Spencer and Moore"
was forced to call off activities with
Yutzy and Hansen on account of
darkness after the Wolves, had
won the first set 6-4, dropped the
second at, the same count and tied
the score in the third set at 4 all.

CARDIALS AND CUBS!
G INTO DEADLOCK FOR
LEADERSHIP OF LEAGUE
Detroit broke New York's win-
ning streak of eight straight games
yesterday when the Tiger sluggers
amassed 21 hits off the deliveries'
of several Yankee hurlers. Owen
Carroll and Smith were hit hard'
by the Yankees, but their mates
came to their rescue with their of-
fensive strength.
Burton of the New York Giants
turned in the pitching feature of
the day by blanking the Cubs with
two hits. The defeat sent the Cubs
into a tie for first place, as Jesse1
Haines hurled the Cardinals to a
3-2 victory over Brooklyn; putting
St. Louis into the deadlock for the
leadership of the National league.
Washington batted out a 9-2.
win over Chicago in a game' that
was called in the seventh due toj
rain. Sam Jones hurled for the
Senators. Boston kept up in the
National league' race by beating
out the Reds in a close game; 8-7.
The Braves scored all of their runs!
in the fourth .inning.

Bill McAfee
Who subdued Illinois yesterday
by restricting the opposition to four
'hits to turn in his initial Confer-
ence victory of the season in his
first start. The lone Illini run canej
as a result of Kubicek's error in the
'fourth inning, when the misplay
was followed by Brown's single
scoring Walker. McAfee also struck
out eight batters.
Gebrig Gains In*Race
For Batting Honors
(Iy Associated Press)
Chicag, May 11-Lou Gehrig of
the Yankees found the range of
American league pitching last week,
added 84 points to his average, and
climbed into second place in the
slugging race, 19 points behind
Charlie Jamieson of Cleveland, ac-
cording to unofficial figures includ-
ing Wednesday's games.
Jamieson remained at the top
of the list with a marke of .409, 26
points lower than last week. Clan-
'cy, White Sox first sacker dropped
37 points, but remained in third
place with an average of .389. Lou
Blue, of St. Louis, another first
baseman, who was runner-up to
Jamieson last week, lost 51 points
and slipped to fifth place. Charlie
Gehringer landed in fourth place
with .388.
15% DISCOUNT
ON
L A U N D RY

INTERSCHOLASTIC TRA
120 yard high hurdles.-Won byf
[INHeston, (Northwestern); Eknovitch,I
(Northeastern), second; Miligan,
(Scott), third; Ward, (Northwest
ern), fourth. Time-:15.9.e
Hershey, of Detroit Western, Winner 100 yard dash.-Won by Metcalfe,
In Quarter Mile; Tilden Tech (Tilden); Oliver, (Cass Tech.), sec-l
Takes Relay Test ond; Bailey, (Libbey), third; Pal-f
--mer, (Hamtramck), fourth. Timej
METCALFE TOPS SCORERS -:09.9.b P
Mierun.-worn by Pongrace,
Detroit Northwestern continued Eastern); Hurd, (ortwest ln),{
in her cinderpath competition wi- third; Carr (Redford), fourth
ning ways in annexing to honorst Time 4:41
in the 29th annual interscholastic Tm-:1
University of Michigan track and 440 yard dash.-Won by Hershey,(
field meet yesterday afternoon on (Western); Butler, (Scott), second;t
Ferry field. Scoring in ten of the Dykes, (Northeastern), third; Wit-f
fifteen scheduled events the Colts cher, (Jackson), fourth. Time-
showed a well balanced front to :5220 yard dash.-Won by Metcalfe,
regain her outdoor interscholastic (Ti d dah;on by Mech)
laurls wich he as frcedto'(Tilden Tech); Oliver (Cass Tech.),
laurels which she was forced to scn;Wl y ((by)tid'
relinquish_ last ya hnNrh second; Willey, (Libbey), third; f
relnqis lstyear when North- Cakrezewski, (Grand Rapids Un -
eastern of Detroit, nosed the Red Can)refewsth. (Grand
and Gray out of team honors by a. ion), fourth. Time-21.4.
margin of 1-6 of a point.s N Half mile run.-Won by Thomp- e
At no time was the result in ldson, (Northwestern); Kahler, (Red-
doubt, the Detroiters never drop- ford), second; Guy, (Northwestern), (
ping the lead after tht first event'Ith.d; Travis, (Kalamazoo Central),
the hammer throw, which was the 220 yard low hrdles.-Won by
only event to be finished off Friday Heston, (Northwestern); Schewen-
afternoon sawe the Colts a winner.Hso,(otwsen;Shwn
Toledo Scott pushed the Colts the ger (Detroit Central), second; Ek-
hardest, piling up a total of 27 1-6, novich, (Northeastern), third; Ward=
largely through her excellent per-1 (Northwestern),. fourth. Timer-:25.
larelythrughherexcllet pr-a Half mile relay.-Won by Tilden j
formances in the weight events. Haclf ie ea.-Wn y Tdn
Tilden Tech with three clean cu Tech; ; Toledo Libbey, second; I
first places finished third with a Northwestern, third; Cass, Tech, I
total of 15 points, fourth. Time-1:34.8.
Eastern Is Fourth 12 pound shot put.-Won by Wel-
I Other schools to break into the ver, (Toledo Scott); Matheny, (To-I
scoring column were Eastern 12 ledo Scott), second; Beer (Eastern),
Northeastern 11, Redford 9, Cass third; Huber, (Northwestern),
Tech 7 1-3, Dearborn 6, Western C i. o--e-a
and Adrian 5, Toledo Libbey 4, Cas- Chreago Pushes Way
sapolis 3 1-3,'Northern, Central, Ot- ToIndian Victory
tawa Hills, Lapeer and Kalamazoo__
all with 2, Hamtramck and Jackson
with 3, and Grand Rapids East with (Special To The Daily)
11-3. CHICAGO, May 11.-Two hit
Metcalfe, husky negro sprinter pitching by Wilbur Urban and
from Tilden Tech of Chicago, gal- heavy hitting by Fish gave the Un'-
loped off with the individual honors versity of Chicago a 4 to 2 victory
for the afternoons' events by win- over Indiana in a Big Ten baseball
ning the 100 and 220 yard dashes game today. The game was call-
and running the anchor position on ed at the end of the fifth inning
the victorious Tilden Tech /, mile i because of rain.
relay quartet. Fish drove out a home run and
Steps Out To Fast Time a double in his two times at bat.
The Windy City speedster in top- The defeat dimmed Indiana's
ping the field in the sprint events( chances of winning the Big Ten
was aided by a strong wind at his I title as it was the second setback
back to step out to sensationall in five games.
times. In the century fixture the' Indian4 ...........000 11-2 2 1
Chicagoan negotiated the distance Chicago ............010 21--4 7 3 I
(Continued On Page Seven) Batteries: Paug and Magnabos-
I co; Urban and Cahill.
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fourth. Distance -- 46 feet, 1f
inches.
Pole vault.-Tied for first place
Miller, (Scott), Maxam (Northwest
ern), Holcomb, (Cassopolis). Low
erey, (Scott), Foghatti, (Cass), an(
Goosens, (Grand Rapids East), tie(
for fourth. Height-11 feet.
Running broad jump.-Won b;
Jackson, (Dearborn); Denni;
(Northwestern), second; Dittnich
(Eastern), third; Moor, (Scott)
fourth. Distance-21 feet, 7!yj Ar
Running high jump.-Won b;
Ward, (Northwestern); Dettnicb
(Eastern), second; Glickert, (Scott)
third; Dennis, (Northwestern
fourth. Height-5 feet, 9 inches.
Discus throw.-Won by Welevei
(Scott); Metheny, (Scott), second
Huber, (Northwestern), third; Thie
(Dearborn), fourth. Distance-11
feet, 3/ inches.
Javelin throw.-Won by Wether
bee, (Adrian); Threm, (Scott), sec
ond; Belz, (Lapeer), third; Snyde
(Kalamazoo Central), fourth. Dis
tance-146 feet, 9' inches.

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, Running their string of consecu-
), tive victories to 14, Michigan's golf
team overwhelmed the Northwest-
y ern aggregation by a 16-2 score yes-
terday on the Barton Hills course.
The Wolverines won three and hal-
ved one of the singlesamatches in
the morning to take a 10 1-2 to
r, 1 1-2 lead. In the afternoon they
; increased this margin by annexing
$ the foursomes, 5 1-2 to 1-2.
8lThe decisive victory ;was some-
what of a surprise, as the Purple
- golfers were regarded as a formid-
- able foe. On Friday Northwestern
r, defeated Illinois, 11 1-2 to 6 1-2,
- and also triumphed over the Ohio
State earlier in the season.
o Dave Ward had low score for the
" day, registering a 74 in the after-
noon round when he teamed with
I Captain Bergelin to take . three
points from Miller and Rogers. In
the morning Ward had a 75 to take
three points from Miller, North-
western's number man. Bergelin
playing number one, also won his
individual match, registering three
points against Whittaker.
Jim Lewis, playing in number
three position, split even in his
morning match with * Rogers of
-o (Continued On Page Seven)

BY DECISIVE -MARGIN
Dave Ward Has Low Score of Day
As Michigan-Squad Triumphs
By 6-2 Score
BERRFGEL11 IN PAV VWELL

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FRATERNITY ATHLETIC
MANAGERS
Get in touch with the Intra-
mural office regarding the con-
solation baseball tournament
which starts Monday.
Drawings for the champion-
ship series will be made at the
Intramural office at 7:30 o'clock
tomorrow night. Have a repre-
sentative there!

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New York ..300 002 011- 71
Detroit .....106 230 01x-13;
Rhodes, Zachary; Carroll.
Athletics .....100 100 110-4:
Cleveland ....000 000 011-2.
Grove and Mil jus.
Washington ....510 012 0-9
Chicago ........000 002 0-2
Jones and Thomas: Ga'me
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Boston;.......000 600 200-8°
St. Louis ......002 000 000-2
Morris and Crowder.
NTAIONAL LEAGUE
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St. Louis .....000 300 000-3
Brooklyn .....000 000 002-2.
Haines and Clark.
Pittsburgh ..100 120 101- 6
Phillies ......002 042 12x--11
Hill' and Petty.
Chicago......000 000 000-0
New York -...200 000 04x-6
Blake and Burton.
Cincinnati ....001 312 000-71
Boston.......000 800 OOx-8
Donohue and Jones.

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