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24, 1930

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TIGERS' LOSING STREAK GROWS
AS BATTERS FAIL TO DELIVER
-h-- After dropping three out of four AMEICAN ILEAGUE
Wolverines Out-hit Opponents; to the Indians in Detroit, and los-DeoR1H E
but Buckeyes are Aided ing the opener in St. Louls Tuesday, Detroits......001 000 000-1--1
1 ~St. Louis....000 021 20x-5-7-2
by Six Errors. principally because they could not, Herring, Samuels & Hayworth;
make any hits at the right time, the Coffman & Manion.

BASEBALL SCHEDULE.
April 25--Syracuse, here.
April 26-Syracuse, :here.
April 30-Chicago, here.
May 1-Colgate, there.
M~ay 2--C6lgate, there.
May 3-Northwestern, here.
May 6-Chicago, there.
May 7--Purdue, here.
May 10-1Hinoi, here.
May 16-Northwestern; there.
May 17-Ilinois, there.
May 19-Ohio, there.
May 23-Puddue, there.
May 24-Wisconsin, there.

Intra mural News
BASEBALL TODAY 3. Zeta Beta Tau vs. Theta Kap-
4:15 pa Psi.

'TRUCK' HITS HOME RUN Detroit Tigers continued their los-

First Inning-Ohio: Baumgartner

ing ways yesterday by going down
again before the attack of the

Chicago, Cleveland-wet grounds.
Philadelphia, New York-cold.
Boston, Washington--cold.

1. Theta Chi
2 Phi Sigma'
3. Delta Tau]
Theta.
4. fi Lambda
'elta.

vs. Phi Kappa.
IKappa vs: Chi Phi. 5. Or
Delta vs. Phi Delta Kappa.

Phi vs. Phi Gamma Dents (Collins).
7. Sr. Lits (Hanauer) vs. I

was safe on Superko's high throw- Browns, dropping a 5 to 1 decision
to first. Baumgartner stole second. and getting. only six hits off the
Stull sacrificed, advancing Baum- pitching of Dick Coffan.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
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gartner to third. Fesler walked. All of tie other games in the Brooklyn 0.2 . I43 02 0--15--7-
Baumngartner stole home on Trus- 'American League -were postponed1 Philadelphia 502 005 022-16--21--3
osksgtroto smecond, TFs- eithcrbecaue o cold wather or I:Faulkner, Clark & Dberry;
kowski's high throw to second, Fes- . Smy the, Collins & Davis.
ler going to third. Fesler came wet grounds, while two games in SyhC n D
home on a passed ball. Fontaine the National league were also called RHE!
flied to Daniels. Fichter grounded because of cold and snow. St. Louis . . .000 120 020- 5-10-2
out, Hudson to Montague. Two i In the National League the Phil- Chicago ... .005 000 001-,% 6-12--1
runs, no hits, no errors. adelphia Phillies and the Brooklyn Bell, Grabowski & J. Wilson; Root
Michigan: 'utler grounded out, Dodgers staged a field day, the & Hartnett.
Cline to Fichter. Cline threw out Phillies coming out on top by a 16 _____
Superko. Tompkins singled over to 15 score, after scoring- two runs New York, Boston-cold weather.
third base. Tompkins stole second. in both the eighth and ninth inn- Cincinnati, Pittsburgh-snow.
Hudson went to first after being hit ings to overcome a Dodger lead. 38 CicnaPtsuh-owi3
by a pitched ball. Straub struck hits were pounded out in this game, .l
out. No runs, one hit, no errors. the Phillies- getting 21 and the Duo of Former Maize
Second inning-Ohio: Hinchman Dodgers 17. ..!and Blue StarS Stay
struck out. Cline tripled down the Chicago's pennant winning Cubs,
left field foul line. Gould flied to i continued to play good ball to de- On Big League Teams
Straub. Wrigley grounded out, I feat the St. Louis Cardinals, 6 to1
Straub to Hudson. No runs, one 5, after having dropped a decision At the beginning of the baseballE
hit, no errors. . to hem the day before. A third training season four former Michi- t
Michigan: Daniels walked. Trus- inning rally that netted five runs gan players were enrolled on the t
kowsk forced Daniels at second, won for the Bruins. rosters of big league ball clubs, Mc-E
Wrigley to Stull. Langen forced ----~Afee with the Cubs, Asbeck with.
Truskowski at second, Stull- to Fes- the Yankees, Corriden with the
ler. Montague struck out. No runs, White Sox, and Jablonowski with
no hits, no errors. s the Indians. At the present time it
Third Inning-Ohio: Baumgart- would appear that two of them-i
ner grounded out, Mantague to have won berths with the major I
dan els a s r threw out Feslel :continued From Page 6) league teams, with the other two,
runs, no hits, no errors. !through a victory and little hat being sent to the minors.
Michigan: Butler struck out. Su- waving anent a distinct upset Pete Jablonowski, a Michigant
perko lined to Fesler. Tompkins I would be in order. Davis Cup pos- star for three -years, has distin-f
lined a single over second base. sibilities appear a bit less distinct guished himself on the mound for
Hudson flied to Stull. No runs, one this year than ever and the the Cleveland Indians on his only 1
hit, no errors. Frenchmen barring mishaps should i two chances to show his waresI
Fourth, Inning--Ohio: Fontaine finish on top of the international since the season opened. Jabby hasE
fanned. Fichter reached first on heap another- time. so pleased Manager Roger Peckin-
Straub's error. Fichter stole sec- i paugh that he appears to be a1
ond. Hinchman singled to center. Bill Tilden continues his po- likely choice to start one of the I
Fichter was caught stealing third, icy of avoiding final round play games in either the Chicago or De-I
Hudson to Superko. Hinchman went° on- the continent with his troit series at Cleveland..
to second on Straub's error. Dan- youngpartner; Junibr' Coen and In his first hurling task as a
iels threw out Cline. No runs, one- mainta-ins' his statement- con- member of the American League
hit, two errors. cernhig his non-appearance in Jablonowski relieved Milburn-Shoff.-
Michigan: Straub walked. Dan- America's Davis Cup play. ner. Indian left hander who was
iels flied to Baumgartner. Straub .--_._. 1.batted from the box in the sea-
was caught trying to steal second, son's opener againstjChicago. Jab-I
Gould to Stull. Truskowski fanned. iHinchman. Straub fanned. Dan- by's assortment, of pitching wares
No runs, no hits, no errors. iels walked. Truskowski smashed stopped the Chisox dead in their 1
Fifth inning -- Ohio: Gould a home run to left center, scoring tracks, even though they did gain{
grounded out, Straub to Hudson. Daniels ahead of him. Langen a close decision from the Tribe.
Wrigley flied to Tompkins. Baum- singled to right field. Montague In his second appearance of thei
gartner went to first on Straub's! fanned. Two runs, two hits, no er- year the former Wolverine replac-
error. Baumgartner stole second. r ed the faltering Walter Miller on
Stull grounded to Daniels. No runs, uNinth i-nghi io: Daniels tos- the hill against the Tigers and let
no hits, one error. sd out Hinchman. Cline was hit bunch ofBengal
Michigan: Cline threw out Lan- by a pitched ball. Peppe battedI sluggers down with a measly three
gen. Montague walked. Butler for Gould and walked. Compton g hits in the fiveinningslhe worked.
fouled to Gould. Superko forced-' replaced Montague. Hess batted forht ntefv nig ewre.
I Kermode and Weishammer ran for Jablonowski has- also distinguish-
Montague at second, Fesler makg, Cline Hess grounded to Straub. ed himself as a batter of note, hav-
the putout unassisted. No runs, n both runners advancing o th ing compiled one of the best aver-
Sixth inning-Ohio: Fesler struck play. Baurngartner reached first ages of any of the Tribesmen in
out. Fontaine also struck out. and Weishammer scored on Straub's the spring training grind.
Fichter popped to Daniels. No runs, error. Baumgartner stole second. ~-
no hits, no errors. Stull flied to Butler. One run, no
Mihign: Toms t hits, one error. SWIMMERS NOTE
HMichigan Tompkins tripled over Michigan: Klink pitching, Fry M varsity and freshman -
Hinchan s head. Hudson singled catching Fesler playing right Hess swimmers are requested to re-
through second, scoring Tompkins. second, and Fontaine third for port at the swimming pool in the
Straub sacrificed, Hudson going to I'Ohio. Butler- walked. Superko Intramural building at 5 o'cloec
seand. idont hitdto theanfiedfouled to Fry. Tompkins flied to Thursday afternoon for an im-
Hudson being thrown out at the Baumgartner. Butler stole second. portant meeting.
plate on the play. Truskowski foul- Hudson flied to Hinchman. No ;Coach Matt Mann
ed toCline. One run, two hits, no runs, no hits, no errors
errr& f-

May 31-Wisconsin, there. , 5. Sigma Alpha Mu vs. Theta Xi.]
G.-Phi Epsilon Pi vs. Lambda Chi
Alpha..!
Pommerening, Former m7. Beta Theta Pi vs. Kappa Sig-
' 1 ~ma. ;
Wolverine Grid Star, 8. Sigma Zeta vs. Alpha SigmaI
,g 1 M ie* Contract Phi.
____ 5:15
Among those all-American grid l1. Sigma Phi vs. Phi Chi.
2. Sigma Phi Epsilon vs. Phi Deltaj
stars recently selected by the War-1 Phi
ner Brothers' studio to play leading -
roles in a college film was one of
Michigan's greatest linemen-Otto
Pommerening, all-American tackle

Pharmics (Laden) vic vrin kLUL1Lr L * . 1
8. Actuaries vs. Kansas City. way concert artist tuner. Office
at residence, 1608 Morton Ave.
BASEBALL 2340
The Intramural baseball program 2nd ES-TE TUT--I- G
opened Tuesday with 16 games and 2nd SEMESTER TUTORING
continues with 16 games today. Phi MACK TUTORING AGENCY
Sigma Delta, last year's champions, 310 S. STATE. PHONE 7927
defeated Alpha Phi Alpha and in 1230
doing so, gave evidence of their in- TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
tentions of again winning the rates. M. V. Hartsufl. Dial 9087.
championship.
C Ah7'--(----'- ---- Ir~r nrne a v'r

in 1928.
Pommerening left Chicago the
first of the week for the coast with
the other eastern choices. Those be
sides the Wolverine star who land-
ed contracts to play football before
the camera were Schoonover, Ar-;
kansas, and Haycraft, Minnesota
ends; Sleight, Purdue, the other
tackle; Montgomery - Pittsburgh,.1
and Gibson; Minnesota, guards;
Moynihan, Notre Dame, center;
Harpster, Carnegie Tech, quarter-
back; Scull, Pennsylvania, and
Banker, Tulane; halves; Saunders,
Southern California, fullback.
The stalwart Maize and Blue
tackle was placed. on practically
everyone of the all-American ag-
gregations in his last year of col-
legiate competition. Michigan's for-
ward wall would have been coiiSid:
erably strengthened last fall had
Pommerening been in the lineup.
He was only kept out of play by!
the fact that he had been on the
field for a few minute during his
sophomore year. Pommerening was
one of the many crack linemen de-
veloped by Tad Weiman in his days
as Wolverine line coach.
NEW YORK-Due to vaudeville'
engagements Johnny. Farrel and
Gene Sarazen will be' un-ble to
compete in the British Open ch,,fn-
pionship this year. Both nave
played in previous years with both
having placed second in ne tour-
nament.

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Seventh inning-Ohio: Hinch-
man fanned. Cline singled over
third. Gould was hit by a pitched
ball. Cline was forced at third on
Wrigley's infield hit, Montague to
Superko. Baumgartner fouled to
Superko. No runs, one hit, no er-
rors.
Michigan: Wrigley threw out
Langen. Montague walked. Butler
was hit by a pitched ball. Kermode
replaced Wrigley for Ohio. Super-
ko flied to Stull. Tompkins flied
to Fontaine. No runs, no hits, no-
errors.
Eighth inning - Ohio: Stull
grounded to Daniels. Fesler walk-
ed. Fo.ntaine flied to Tompkins.
Fesler stole second. Fichter pop-
ped to Daniels. No runs, no hits.
no errors.
Michigan; Hudson flied to
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