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VARSlTY

GOLF

TEAM

OEF19T PUR iB B SECOND SYRACUSE CONTEST AS1
SEEN FROM THE PRESS STAND
el threw outay Beagle drewj'ens. Superko liner a single to left.I
Howard Turns in Brilliant 73 a base on balls. Sulkowski flied to Tompkins doubled to right, Superko Tri. R
to Take Low Scoring Honors McCormick. Horowitz walked. TopolI stopping at third. Hudson rolled to
for the Da struck out. No runs, no hits, no er- Hayman, whose throw to Horowitz Ann
f h ycaught Superko trying to score, Off
OIs. Tompkins taking third on the play.
JACK LENFESTY LOSES Michigan: Stevens' fast fielding Hudson stole second. Tompkins was TWE
held Butler's hit to a single. Super- caught off third, Horowitz to To-TW
By defeating Purdue, 14-4, in the ko was called out on strikes. Butler poi. No runs, two hits, no errors. Qualf
inital Bg Te gol math ofthe SIXTH INNING--Syracuse: Hot'-I
initialecBigaTendgolfa matchthofwtheYmember
season here yesterday, the Wolver- stole second, aided by a nigh throw- owitz walked. Topol struck out. m Golf cl
ine linksmen stamped themselves Tompkins struck out. Hayman toss- Stevens singled to right, Butler's
as strong defenders of themWest- ed out Hudson. No runs, one hit, no fast throw holding Horowitz on sec- Icourse
ern Conference dual meet title errors.s ond. Stoneberg forced Horowitz, maded b
won by Maize and Blue last year' $ECON s Nu N I n - acust Superko unassisted. Stevens was Twelve
Michigan's Varsity golfers played pfy, wsout natsistd. Sona f ipped off second, Compton to to the
true to form as a championship play, Hudson unassisted. Stoneberg Daniels. No runs, one hit, no' errors. quthefy]
team and each man turned in tripled to deep right field. Walkov Michigan: Straub doubled to left ualifyi
the seventies. popped to Hudson. Kelley grounded center. Daniels doubled to left, but 'Fourr
to Straub. No runs, no hits, no er -f Straub was forced to hold third., Varsity
Howard was the outstanding per- rors. Truskowski singled over second, from ti
former of the day. This promising I Michigan: Straub was given a Tscoi Strgbad Del Me - day a m
sophomore aided the team to a base on balls. Daniels also walked scoring Straub and Daniels. c-
great degree by gaining a victory Truskowski also drew a pass. On an - ;n a tice rou
over Cook, the Boilermaker cap-I attempt to catch Straub off third, . Crew member
in the first round of the Topol fumbled the ball and Straub isconsin Crew Finds over th
morning play. Howard's score for scored, the other runners moving Amon
the round was 73s This was the up. Kelley fumblednMcCormicks Difficulty in Drils ing men
best score turned in during the in- tap, :filling the bases. Compton fan- ____ freshme3
dividual matches. Cook, Howard's ned. Hayman tossed out Butler, (/iw ,~ .soe
opponent, considered one of the Daniels scoring and the other run- MDSN i. pi 6-Atrquartet
best hopes of the Purdue team,l ners y dvancing on the play. Sup- MADISi.pil26.-After
managed to squeeze out half a erko fouled to Topol. Two runs, no an encouraging start, favored by otherei

WINS
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By Sheldon Fullerton.
Rounds for Membership at Coach Ray Fisher's principal pre-
Arbor Club to be Run season worry over the Michigan
Tuesday Wednesday. l baseball team seemed to be con-
nected with the pitching depart-
1LVE WHALL01UALIFY m ent, but if the work of the Wol-

Chatter BADGERS
chance yesterday of seeing two of
the new outfielders in action. Mc- MADISON, Wis.,
Qormick played the whole game, Ted Shaw, Univers
starting in left field, and shifting to sophomore athlete
center when Tompkins went in to progress in his spe
pitch. He had a perfect day in the ning high jump,
field, but did nothing at the plate. mainder of his co
The other newcomer, L. Hill, smash- is within the rang
ed a long one to left for what look- for him to become
ed to be a three base hit, but it first world's champ
was foul by inches. He finally Shaw's winning j
grounded to first.' 1 i h

JUMPER
April 26.-If
[ty of Wisconsin
has a normal
cialty, the run-
during the re-
llege course, it
ge of possibility
e the Badgers'
ion.
ump of 6 feet 6

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verines during the first three games f
fying rounds for student of the home season can be taken as
rships at the Ann Arbor a criterion he will have to do little
ub will be played over that more worrying over the hurlers.
on Tuesday and Wednesdayz
ng CochRayannounce ent Campton have all done well
memberships will be ope ' with their assignments to date,
memyershpsrdilhe3oen in spite of the fact that the
layers entered in the 36 hole latter two were inclined to be
ing test, a lite wild. In the matter of
members of the present granting hits, however, the
squad have been exempted Maize and Blue boxmen seem
he qualifying trials on Tues- to be as stingy as their famous
d Wednesday as a result of predecessors, McAfee and As-
irly season showing in prac- b eck;.
.nds. This leaves only twelve
rships to be contested for Topol, Syracuse third baseman,
e Ann Arbor layout. put in what might be called a bad
g those to be awarded play- day's work at the hot corner. Be-
mberships will be the four; sides striking out three times, he.
en to register the lowestt made one error that permitted a
in the 'two-days play. This; Michigan run to score. During the
will comprise the Wnolverinle Wolverine batting rallies hits rained
tn ora the one round him from all sides, but each
ight places will go to the one was just a little out of his
kwest scorers with a sophi- reach.
tanding or better who are
for varsity competition. , Sol Hudson doesn't believe in
odent it cp ion. letting anyone besides himself
tn wil be permitted to make the putouts at first. Three
each dalifn rounds o times during the game when he
eacdyif pays the isc ed er innt's T'rr nd-

That Tompkinv is a Pitcher
as we I as an outfielder was
shown when he took the mound
for Michigan, and retit-d the
Orange team on only five pitch-
ed balls. He als' continued his
batting streak, lacing out a
double to center field, but he
was later caught off second for
the third out.

o-n mnes au the Kansas relays is
better than the best height ever
cleared by Harold Osborn, present
holder of the world's record of 6
feet 8 1-4 inches, during his college
days. So far as known, Shaw's
jump last week is the best ever reg-
istered by a Big Ten athlete in
varsity competition. J. F. Russell
l of Chicago had the best previous
mark, 6 feet, 6 inches made in 1925.

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.pint, giving Howard the other 2 hits, two errors.t
- THIRD INNING-Syracuse: Hud- I
Sweep Foursomes. son retired Hayman unassisted.N
After taking all but three points Beagle walked. Sulkowski forcedC
in the individual matches of theI Beagle, Daniels to Straub. Sulkow-;
morning play, Michigan proceeded ski stole second. Horowitz struckI
to chalk up an even better record out. No runs, no hits, no errors. t
in the afternoon foursomes by Michigan: Tompkins walked.!
making a clean sweep of both, Hudson sacrificed, Topol to Beagle.j
rounds, allowing the Boilermakers Straub struck out. Daniels flied to v
only half a point. The total score Stevens. No runs, no hits, no er-1 v
for the morning matches was 8 1-2 rors.
-3 1-2. In the two foursomes the FOURTH INNING-Syracuse: To-r
Michigan men won another 5 1-2 pol fanned. Stevens was hit by a'
points while holding their oppon- pitched ;ball. Stoneberg lined to.
ents to half a point. Tompkins. Stevens stole second.a
Following the Howard - Cook Daniels threw out Walkov. No runs,c
match, Lenfesty of Michigan lost no hits, no errors.f
to Bassett, 3-0. ' Lenfesty is con- Michigan: Walkov made a nice I
sidered one of the best newcomers catch of Truskowski's pop fly. Me-
to the Varsity squad but he could Cormick popped to Beagle. Gomp-e
not cope with the accurate golf of ton struck out. No runs, no hits, no V
his opponent. This was the only errors. s
Wolverine loss of the day. Hicks FIFTH INNING-Syracuse: Kelley e
again won points for Michigan in I lined a single to left. Hayman sac- n
the next match 'when he gained a rificed, Compton to Hudson. Beagle a;
3-0 decision over Dinka. struck out. Straub threw out Sul-w
wc..'JLAC v, a j' kowski. No 'rns .rne hit no errnrs .r

the early opening of Lake Mendota eight lo
and the fine conditions which pre- omore s
vailed during the sprling vacatidn, eligible
Coach Mike Murphy and hi-s Uni- Any stu
versity of Wisconsin crew men have 1 play in
been getting a taste of the irrita-! 18 holes

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ENJOY YOUR SUNDAY
DINNER FOR 75c
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200 CHAIRS
ONE BLOCK NORTH OF HILL AUDITORIUM

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tions which Madison affords so:
bountifully for rowing enthusiasts.
For the past week strong north'
winds have prevailed, which have1
whipped the surface of Mendota
with white capped waves and made
rowing on the big lake an impossi-
bility. The crews were able to get
on the water only twice last week
and on one of those days had to
cut their workout short and sprint
for the floats to escape swamping
*n a sudden squall.
This week they have been fore-
ed to truck their shells to Lake
Monona where the water was
moother and rowing possible. Their
experience emphasizes the crying
need for a boat house or MonoA
as well as one on Lake Mendota,
which borders the university carm-
pus.

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greens fee of $1 per day.

COLUMBUS-Claude Bracey and j
George Simpson, two of the pre -
mier dashmen of the world, will
match strides in the Ohio relays to
be held at Ohio stadium, May 3.

:upu up uppuiu grum
ers he staged footraces to the
Vag with Syracuse batters' in-
stead of tossing the bal to the
pitcher who was covering. In
each case Sol won .the race.

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