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Wolverine Team Is Undefeated
in Dual Meet Competition
for Three Years.
VETERAN STARS ABSENTI

By Cadwell Swanson.
Coach Ray Fisher's hurich looked
pretty good on the mound yester-
day afternoon, at least the OrangeI
spangled nine which was held to a
single counter over the 12 inning
route will attest to the fact. Vern
Cin tn zn rnirolren-r -

backs by a single run on consecu
tive ,afternoons keep the percen
tage way down.
Roy Hudson had a busy fifth
inning. The burly initial sack-
er singled over second and
proceeded to purloin second
and third bases. After being
left on base "Sol" chasedboer
to the bleachers to gather in a
high foul and on the next play
raced out into right field and

New Yok's highly touted Yan-
-IRival Teams to Conclude Series i es .,ou onwhdbe n

Invaders Have Not Lost Match

uumpcon was ('r'i-inly stated roi
Opening its Conference dual first string duty but. a last minute
meet season against Purdue this choice saw Joe Holtzman raouni
morning at 8:45 over the difficult the rubber against the New York-
m or n g I ers.
Barton Hills layout, Michigan's-
golfers will start in to uphold one,....Three members of the Syra-
of the most briliant records ever cuse lineup which faced Haltz-
compiled in intercollegiate golf. man esterday are taking part
in their third year of competi-
For three seasons the Maize and tion against Michigan, and
Blue mashie wielders have gone, their second invasion of Ferry
undefeated in dual meet competi- Field. Horowitz, regular first
tion to pile up a score of seventeen { string receiver appeared at
victories against no defeats. Each shortstop~ twoyeraowhl
year, however the Wolves have yeaorsnohodigdo whthe
gcor fform at te Bg en meet ak o odng own th
goneoffformat he ig Tn met!shortfield berth, was station-
and have been put out of the run- ed at third base.. walssiy who
ning for the official championship. hurled a ine gase for the Or-
Veterans Missing. ange yesterday, was a relief
Badly hurt by the loss of the finger two campaigns ago.
men who played in the first three geasg
positions last season, since Ward Syracuse's 12 inning loss was
and Lewis are both ineligible for hard one to take. The Orange in-
competition this year and Captain vaders dropped another by a 4-3
Berglin has graduated, the team score at East Lansing on Thursday
which will face the Boilermakers to Michigan State in the samcn num-
today will be made up largely of ber stanzas. Two extra inning set-
sophomores. The same men who,
fought for number four ranking
on the 1929 team will be used to fill Max Schmeling Leaves
that position with Ahlstrom, Liv- Jac Sharke
ingston, and Royston fighting for
the place. (BY Associated Press)
This morning Howard, who play- BERLIN, April 25.-Max Schmel-
ed number three on the freshman ing, with a small Dachshund in his
team last year will lead the Michi- arms and the cheers of friends and
gan squad against Captain Cook of fans ringing in his ears, left to-
Purdue. Lenfesty is slated to play night for New York, where he bat-
number two against Bassett, while ! ties Jack Scharkey for heavyweight
Hicks will match strobes with Din- supremacy the night of June 12.
ka. All of these men are inex- "The German Dempsey" said that
perience in college play, but have the longer the fight lasts-even if it
several seasons of tournament play goes the full 15 rounds-the better
behind them. In number four pp- for him, as then his youth would
sition Coach Courtright will use tell over Sharkey. Schmeling is.24
Livingston, since he defeated both and Sharkey 27. Max also pointed
Royston and Ahlstrom for that out that he is used to long bouts,
place in trial matches during the whereas most of the Boston boxer's
week. Livingston will be opposed more recent matches have been of
to Parker this morning. brief duration.
Foursomes Undecided.
In the afternoon foursomes Cook
and Dinka will compose the first
doubles team for the invaders
while Parker and Bassett compriseE
the second squad. Against them it
is probable that Royston and Ahl-
..Strom will be given a chance to :4 4 I G
show their wares, paired with two
men from the first four, but if the
match is going adversely after the
morning twosome Coach Court- AMERICAN LEAGUE. ,
right will use the same men for W L Pct.
both types of competition. The af- Washington........6 2 .750
ternoon matches are scheduled to Philadelphia........4 2 .667
start promptly at 1 o'clock in order St. Louis ........... 5 3 625
that the course may be clear for Chicago..............3 2 .600
the regular members of Barton Cleveland..........4 3 .571
Hills. Boston .............3 5 .375
Purdue has an edge this year Detroit ..............3 7 .300
both in playing experience and in New York ..........1 5 .167
victories. The Boilermakers have
been participating over their home NATIONAL LEAGUE.
course longer than the Wolverines w L Pet.
and have hung up two voctories New York ..........4 0 1.000
over non-Conference opponents. Pittsburgh ...........6 1 .857
One of these was against a strong -Chicago ............. 5 .545
Wabash squad with Coach Bixler's Philadelphia....... 3 3 .500
men taking a 16 1-2 to 1 1-2 de- j St. Louis ............ 4 6 .400
cislon. In Michigan's one match Boston .............2 3 .400
against the Detroit Golf Club the Brooklyn ........... 2 5 .286
(Continued on 'age 7 Cincinnati ..........2 6 .250!

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nearly fell over backwards be-
fore making a successful one
hand stab of Walker's booster.
Beagle, the lithe Syracuse firs
baseman, had a bad day at th
plate. Holtzman struck him ou
the first three times he toed the
rubber and in the tenth with twc
outs and an Orange runner on
third and first added anothe
I strikeout.
Dirnunitive Larry Butler was
equally consistent. 'The Wol-
verine leadoff man boosted four
a ihigh flys into the waiting
hands the Syracuse middle
gardener, Stevens.
Horley McNeal pitched just abou
eight complete innings in the bul
pen. Coach Fisher was taking n
chances and even the staunches
supporter of the, home talent wil
admit that the Wolverine cause
did look very shaky at times.
S Topol, husky Syracuse guar-
dian of the far corner, came
within an ace of dropping a
pair of fingers when he stag-
ged Joe Truskowski's sizzling
drive in the eighth inning. The
smoke was well nigh discern-
ible from the press box.
Just before the seventh inning
standup the Wolverines furnished
the first double play of the season
on Ferry Field. Sulkowski ground-
ed to Norm Daniels who threw to
Straub, doubling Stoneberg, who in
turn relayed the ball to Hudson in
time to catch the runner and com-
plete the play.
Sulkowski, who for the reg-
ulation route looked like a
weakling with the willow,
clouted out the longest hit of
thc afternpon in the eleventh
when he clouted a triple over,
Langen's head in left field.
With none out things looked
fatal for the Wolverine cause
but Holtzman finally pulled out
of the rough.

} able to crash into the win column
on Ferry Field; Tompkins this seaso finally broke the jinx or Two Seasons; Three
or Compton to Hurl. ! that ihas hounded their trail ever'veterans Arc Back.
S--sinc no h- American League opener
CLOSE GAME EXPECTED and nosed out the Boston Red Sox, MICHIGAN SQUAD GREEN
3 to 2, in a pitcher's battle between
Johsn'f:i-nd Gaston...
When the Michigan baseball team.Jhi n n Gso Michigan's Varsity tennis team
Y tikes the field against Syracuseat Be ,the Yankees' home 'will open its s n aa st e.
2:30 this afternoon, it will be the n m n who has not hit his
n dggmr astride thtis season, poked out his Western State Teachers hetmen at
concludinggame of a se s that first circeu-t s-mash in the seventh 2:00 o'clock this afternoon on the
began five years ago. It has become inn inn'; nd tied the score for theFerfilcotsnwhtpmss
almost traditional that the Syra- mN or A club. The winning run Ferry field courts in what promises
cuse and Michigan diamond repre- ai h enth to be one of the hardest matches
sentatives should cross bats in cariy Detroit's Tigers, after piling up a on the present schedule of the Wol-
seasn ecounerstha sere t';_vertine racquet weilders.
s ason encounters that serve to 4-0 lead in the early innings, fell vuThe invaders have not lost a
good purpose in tprep te beforehebelated attack of the th intwders of otpetst
e teams for sectional games that sre Clevcla nd Indians and finally match in two years of competition
t to follow. emergled on the short end of a 5 and will oppose the Maize and Blue
e Both Teams Improving. 1to4 court, the game going ten inn- emwt nageainldb
oI Neither team has been able to - ngs. George LUhle hurled against :::..:<.; three veterans who are all ranked
n exhibit its full power to date. e cobine eforts of Cleveland'sii chigacolegttenni
r Southern trips are not indicative of two aces. Farrell and Hudlin. circles. Bryum, Bellar and House-
the strength of the diamond Walter Stewert stopped the Chi- ; - be. -. holder, the first three men on the
squads, because the jaunt in warm- I cage White Six with six hits to give Teacher's squad have been winning
er climates is usually regarded by the St. Louis Browns a 4 to 2 vic- St. Louis ......000 011 20x-4 8 0 consistently for the past two sea-
the coaches as a trial trip, the ob- tory while Washington's Senators, Faber, McKain and Riddle, Au- sons, both during their college sea-
sect of which is to uncover all avail- climbed to first place in the Amer- try; Stewart and Ferrell. son and in tournaments during the
I able material on the squad. ican League standings with a 6 to summer vacation.
Since the return north, both 4 victory over the Philadelphia Ath- R H E Bryum is State Champ.
teams have been handicapped by letics. A three run rally in the Philadelphia ..000 004 000-4 13 0 Bryum is especially formidable
,the inclement weather. Against eighth won for the Senators. Washington ...012 000 03x-6 11 2 inasmuch as he is the present
t Ohio State the Michigan bats were Chicago's hard hitting Cubs man- Quimn, Rommel and Cochrane; men's single champion of Michi-
woefully silent until near the end B aged to nose out a 6 to 5 victory in;Brown, Marerry and Rue.- gan. in view of this fact, consider-
of the game. 12 innings froin the Cincinnati able interest will center around his
In yesterday's game, the oppos- Reds, in spite of the fact that Pat R H E match with Captain Hammer of the
t ing teams appeared to have come Malone was touched for a total of Boston.......200 000 000 0-2 6 0 Wolverines, who has for several
1 closer to assuming their natural 13 safe hits by the Howleymen. In I New York .. .100 000 100 1--3 7 2 years been one of the leading play-
gait. Fielding was steadier and the the other National League games Gaston and Berry; Johnson and ers in the state.
pitching was much improved. At that were played yesterday Pitts- Dickey. According to Coach Courtright,
the moment, the pitchers seem to burgh kept up its good work by de- :NTIONAL LEAGUE the lineup of the Michigan team
have the edge over the batters who feating St. Louis, 6 to 1, while jNwillinclude the following men
BrBooklyw wasincludegthesfollowing men
f have not yet been able to time their Brooklyn was downing Boston, 6 to 200 210 000-5 1ranked in the order of their names:
swinging just right. Long hits in . 1Dazzy Vance was at the top of on......00 0 000- 0Bob Beal, Fred-
yeserdy'sgam ofen hasd te ihis form, limiting the Braves to i Boston ........100 000 000-1 3 0 ati amr o el rd
yesterdy's game often chased the three hits. Vance and Picinich; Cantwell, R. crick Brace, Rollin Clark, Bob
fielders well back for the bats- the ris r hSmith and Spohrer. CClarke, and Ryan: It is also ex-
men's bids for safe hits, but failed Iome run hitters for the day be-; pected that Reindel will be paired
to drop in safe territory.R sest erHackWio of the H E with Brace in the second double
Topin ay1rl Cubs, Leo Hartnett of the CubsBH
Tompkins May FurlsT k Sam West of Washington, Goose Chicago .. .010 201 000 002-6 15 2 I combination in the place of Ryan.
Coach Fisher may use Tomkins S of Washington, ncinnati .000 210 001 001-5 13 1 Hammer-Clark Formidable,
n the mound today although s of.the St. Louis Browns. Malone and Hartnett; Lucas, Captain Hammer and Clark will
Tommy seems to be able to serve In contrast to the last few days Johnson and Gooch, Sukeforth. ! form the first doubles team on the
with distinction in his present post when practically all of the major'a formidquad, and should prove
f in center field. Tomplins appears league games have been postponedi Philadelphia-New York-cold. a formidable team inasmuch as
'to be one of the most valuable because of cold weather only these two players have been per-
because of cold weather, only eBHmen on the squad with his strong i R H E forming in this capacity for about
defensive work, his established t ee the Giants and Phillies in the St. Louis ......101 000 000-1 8 3 five years. The third .doubles team
power at bat and the artistry on National League. ePittsburgh .. . .103 101 00x-6 10 0 for the Wolverines will be compos-
the mound which he exhibited on a eae. Sherdell, Haid and Wilson; Kre- ed of Bob Clarke and Beal, both of
theAMERICAN LEAGUE mer and Hemsley. (continued on Page 7)
th otenti.I R HEi
'Detroit ......201 010 000 0-4 10 1!~
TOLEDO - Toledo's Mudhens,j Cleveland .. .000 003 100 1-5 12 4
rated as only a fair team by the Uhle and Hayworth, Hargrave; j
pre-season dope, are leading the Hudlin, Ferrel and Myatt. MA D E BY THE WORLD'S ORIGINAL
American Association, Fred Hei-j
mach, secured from the Yankees, R H'E !CONE ,Q UALITY HAT MANUFACTURERS
has hurled wonderful ball. Chicago.......000 000 020-2 6 1

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Hilltop Mentor Denies
'Seeking Irish Freshmen
WASHINGTON, Apr. 25-George-
town university athletic officials
today denied emphatically that ef-
forts had been made by Hilltop
coaches to persuade Notre Dame
freshmen to transfer to the local
institution.
Coach "Red" Smith, of the
Georgetown baseball team, speak-
ing for Tom Mills, athletic head,
who is in New York, said there was
no desire on the part of the capital
city college to enlist the services
of Notre Dame students.

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