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Fred Asbeck Is Slated To Take
Mound Against Traditional
Diamond Rivals
One of the most important games
on the whole Wolverine baseball
schedule will be played this after-
noon when Coach Fisher's men in-
vade Illinois Field to meet a re-
juvenated Orange and Black nine
for the second contest between, the
two teams this spring. The Illini
will be fighting to avenge the 5-1
defeat Michigan handed them ear-
lier in the season, while the Wolv-
etines must battle to retain their
lead in the Conference standings.
Coach Lundgren has been point-
ing for this game and he feels that
he has ironed out, the rough spots
which caused the loss here, since
bobbles and misplays were more
than common when the teams first
met. Now, however, the. Illinois
mentor thinks that with his team
performing at its best he will have
a good chance to upset the title
hopes of his traditional rival.
To stem the Wolverine tide,
Coach Lundgren will in all proba-
bility call upon Bower for mound
duty, with Meyer a possible second
choice. Andrews' arm has been
bothering him lately and will keep
him on the bench. This will be
Bower's last appearance in an Ill-
nois uniform, and he is sure to give
his utmost to stop the Michigan
Opposing Bower Coach Fisher
will use Fred Asbeck, dean of the
Wolverine hurling staff. Asbeck
has always had good luck against
the Orange and Blue, and should
present a lot of trouble for those
who face him. Otherwise the Mich-
igan line-up will be the same as
that which played at Iowa City yes-
terday against the Hawkeyes.
Is Season's Finale
This game will be the last one
for Illinois, With ten men turning
in their suits for the last time at
the end of the game, Captain An-
drews, Dorn, Shaw, Kusinski,
O'Grady, Walker, Snyder, Bower,
Meyer, .,and Rickman being the
graduating seniors who will not
play again. These men will try
hard to hand Michigan their first
de eat on the Illinois Field diamond
for many years, and it is reported
that a large crowd of students and
alumnae will be at the game to see
the worm turn.
The Wolverines, however, as lead-
ers of the league will be distinct
favorites in .the pre-game predic-
tions since their record to date is
much more impresive than that of
their opponents, who are trailing in
fourth place behind Iowa and Wis-
consin. With both teams going at
their best the game will probably
resolve into a pitching duel with
Asbeck holding the advantage of
superior experience.

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LONDON, May 22.-The stocking-
less fad may be the. mode among I
women players at Wimbledon this McDonald And Freshmen Swim-

While Miss Helen Wills was ap-{
pearing bare-legged in Paris today,
Miss Helen Jacobs and two English
women tennis players arrived from
America declaring their intention
of not being "handicapped" by hose
in this year's international compe-
tition at the famous English sta-
"This stocking business is merely
a question of comfort and greater
freedom on the courts," said Miss
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mer shbow Form At Detroqt
Invitational Tank Event
Seven Michigan swimmers won
the major share of honors at the
Michigan A. A. U. state champion-
ship meet in Detroit last Thursday
by taking three first places, three
seconds and two thirds in the five
events for men on the program.
Ervine :Vaientine, Wolverine fresh-
man, was high point man by win-
ning both the junior and senior
backstroke championships.
I The Wolves made a grand sweep
in the senior 150 yard free style
i race when Hapke, Hubley,.and,
Ladd finished in one, two, three po-'
sitions. Lance and McDonald took
second and third in the junior,
breaststroke championship r a c e
1 while Raike was forced into second

neturn zar .o owerme nte- paei h uio iigeetb
up Will Greatly Strengthen 1 i the junior diving event by
" Hopes For Conference Title Meyer Rosenberg of the St. Clair
Valentine was able to compete in
Dave Ward, Michigan's chief hope both the junior and senior back
for the individual title, will be able stroke championship races by swim-
to play in the Conference golf meet ming in the junior event first and
at Interlachen, Minneapolis, it was then entering the senior event.
announced day before yesterday. Lance was handicapped in the 50
The death of the Wolverine ace's l yard breast stroke event when he
uncle in New York City will make j drew the outside lane where he was
this possible since Ward left for forced against the edge of the pool
the east Thursday and expects to during most of the race because of;
be able to arrive at the scene of the narrow lanes in the Detroit
play on time for the first rounds tank.}
Monday. All of the Michigan swimmers1
This return of the former State , with the exception of McDonald in
Amateur champion to the Wolver- this meet are members of Coach!
ine line-up will materially strength- MacMahon's freshman squad.
en the chances of Coach Trueblood's
men to displace the powerful Min-
nesota combination from their JONES PRACTICES
placo at the top ofWestern Con- FO
ference golf, since Ward was' FOR OPEN MA TCH1
counted heavily upon to offset the'
play of Lester Bolstad, Gopher ace. ; (By Associated Press)
With Bolstad, Ward is favored to NEW YORK, May 24.-Bobby
take the individual title, and the Jones, the well-known Atlanta at-
battle between the two will be torney, has arrived in New York!
watched with great interest, al- on business in the first place and
though the Michigan man will be for a little golf in the second.
at a great disadvantage in playing The national amateur champion
over an unfamiliar course. Bolstad, plans to see what he can do about
being a native of Minneapolis, his putting at the Winged Foot!
knows the Interlachen lay-out Country Club, Mamaroneck, N. Y.,'
thoroughly, while Ward will be over the week-end. It is at Wingeda
forced to play his first round with- Foot' that the national open will beC
out any previous experience over f played next month, and Bobby is
the tricky course. one of the 1,001 entrants.
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.;...r U LL LaLU Gar Wood, America's premier
power boat sportsman, is planning'
to send a boat to European waters
1 !B ott And Osterbaan To Take Part for further conquests. This will be
In Game Against Motor the first time since 1920 that a De-
Transport Unit troit boat has entered European
ri waters in competition.
FOLER SLATED TO PITCH Though he must defend the
Earmsworth trophy against Miss
Baseball teams of a different or- Carstairs of England on the Detroit
der will meet on Ferry fiield this river in September, Wood virtually
afternoon, when the Motor Trans- promised the entry of Miss America
port Unit of the United States at the Venice, Italy regatta, during
Army pLays a pick-up team from Labor day week.
r w - t the University in a game starting,
- at 2:00 o'clock.3
a y'',Coach Jack Blott, who has+
charge of the team representing
the University, has decided to 1
- start a lineup largely composed of
members of the freshman team, al- IATC ES NEARING END
though some of the Varsity reserves
may get in. He also hinted that a Clark And Clarke Favorites To I
j couple of ringers may play for Win All Matches In Which
Michigan, which is only a politeTheyWill Flay
way of saying that Blott himself
.and Benny Oosterbaan may see Eight teams remain in the Fra-'
service in the game. ternity Tennis tournament of the'
Eddie Folger, one, of th~e stars seventy-four originally entered.
iof the freshman mound corps, has These teams consist of five- men
been named to open the game for playing two doubles and one sin-
the University team. Folger for- gles matches. Pairings for the
merly pitched for Northwestern e quarter finals are Alpha Tau Ome-
high school of Detroit, and suc- ga vs. Zeta Psi; Phi Ka Tau O s.-
ceeded in turning in two no-hit Theta C si; Phi Kappa Tau vs.
Theta Chi; Phi- Kappa Tau vs.
performances in the Detroit prep Trigon; and Chi Psi vs. Phi Kappa.
The Motor Transport team got in The winner of the Robert Clarke
sohe pratie Tnser ternoon mand Rollin Clark vs. Kaufman-
some practice yesterday afternoon, Harris match will meet the winner
Horton Smith on the Ferry field diamond, in' Hr mathkee e win-
Youthful Missouri golfer who preparation for today's game. Al- , of the Roithke-Pendell vs. Ryan-
astonished all Europe with a pair though they looked fairly good,l McGraw match in the finals of the
of brilliant 66s on the historic St. they did not show anything to in- Clarke and Clark the favorites will
Cloud layout in winning the French dicate that they would walk over meet stiff opposition in Kaufman
professional from a strong field. the University team. The ArmymendiHapsitinnr ufhan
team is composed largely of regu- and Harris, the winners of the fall
Educaiona Basball larly enlisted men, although three tournament.
ucati alBaseball officers ibe included in its line- I The matches scheduled for the
Numerals Are Awarded up. quarter finals in the all campus
singles tournament are as follows:
Four men in the physical edu- jHIRES WISHES Robert Clarke vs. Pendell; Kap-
cation s~chool ' were yesterday SHREn vSESs. Levinne; Rollin Clark vs.
awarded numerals in freshman TO PLA Y AGAIN mball:Gudelskyvs. einel
baseball in an announcement made The semi-final pairings in the
by Coach Jack Blott With the CHICAGO, May 24.-Art Shires, All Frosh Singles tournament are
awarding of these four men, num- the bad boy of the White Sox, who, Reindell vs. Angell and Pendell vs.
erals have been awarded to 18 recently traded black eyes with Robert Clark. Clarke and Clarke;
members of the freshman baseball Manager "Lena" Blackburne, has are paired to play the winner of
squad. repented and wants to come back. the Ryan-Pendell-Reindell-Brace
The four men are: Roy Hudson, The youthful first baseman con- match for the championship in the
Harold Lindsay, Norman Daniels ferred with Secretary Harry Grab- All Campus doubles tourney.
and Daniel Mason. All " are in- iner and Blackburne yesterday and' Clarke and Clark are favored to
fielders. In awarding the numer- was told to come back for another win all the meets in which they are
als Coach Blott stated that of the conference today: It was intimat- lentered. Both are new men on
four men Hudson was perhaps the ed he would apologize for his in- Ithe campus, Rollin coming from
outstahding performer of the sea- subordination and attack on the IPohitiac while Robert hails from
son. manager IChicago.

Kreis Is Selected To. Drive Car Of
Veteran At Indianapolis Next
With perhaps one of the biggest
races of the board tracks, the. 500-
mile Decoration Day classic, at the
Indianapolis speedway, less than a
week away, Cliff Durant, multi-
millionaire sportsman and race
driver .of Detroit, has announced
his retirement after 13 years be-
hind the wheel
In announcing his retirement
from competition, Durant, one of
racing's most colorful performers,
declared that "time has taken its
toll. "With my mind occupied with
more serious matters, I no longer
feel the reckless abandon that. I
consider the requisite qualities of
a driver at Indianapolis,
Raced For Thrills
Durant is one of the strange
characters in the. racing game.
Worth millions, hey never raced.for
money or glory, but the thrill high
speed gave him.
The veteran driver is 38 years
old. He has been racing since 191A6.
and since then has piloted cars
in the biggest races in the coon-
try, especially at Indianapolis and
on the huge mile and a quarter
board saucer at Altoona, Pa.
In hanging up the goggles, Du-
rant, for the first time, admitted
that racing was a "youngster's
game." He did not feel, he said,
he could give his car the ride it_
Finds A Substitute .
Peter Kreis, a youthful vetemn
of the racing game, will pilot . u-
rant's car in the Memorial Day
grind,which has been prepared by
Tommy Milton, only two-time winx-
ner of the Indianapolis event and
himself retired.
Durant, always a dangerous com-
:petitor, like speed, and usually
whipped his cars . ,down the
straightaways and turns with such
reckless abandon that his cars
"burned up" before the end of the
Durant, however, will be in the
pits at Indianapolis, giving advice
and encouragement to Kreiss when
the starter's flag waves his car in-
to the race.

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