SU6NDAY, ATP L 27, B~30
PLAY BY PLAY ACCOUNT OF SECOND
BOX SCORES SET-TO AGAINST SYRACUSE SQUAD
OIOAW6O(ContinuedFrom Page 6) Schofield. Frank struck out. Tomp-
VRRZ_ T ARMCormick forced Truskowski, Kelley kins tossed out Hayman, Walkov
AMRN EG R H E Ito Hayman. L. Hill batted for taking second and Stoneberg hold-
m f----oit--------0- R H E Compton. Kelley tossed out L Hill, ing third. Beagle beat out a hit to
Byrum Wins 6-4, 7-5 Match turning back Wolfe in straight1 Detroit.....020 020 000- 4 9 1 McCormick taking second. Butler Daniels, Stoneberg scoring and
From Hammer to Take Fea- sets, 10-8, 6-2. In winning Ryan Cleveland .-..700 013 00x11 17 0 was hit by a pitched ball, Superko Walkov taking third. Sulkowski
used his net attack and accurate Whitehill, Sullivan, Carroll and singled to left, scoring McCormick.Iforced Beagle, Daniels to Straub.
ture Battle of Meet. lobbing game to good advantage. Hargrave Brown and L. Sewell. Tompkins rolled to Hayman. Three One run, two hits, no errors.
Beal and Bob Clarke, playing in runs, four hits, no errors.
BEAL DEFEATS BELLER the number one doubles position 00R H E SEVENTH I N N I N G-Syracuse
I !Tompkins ptching, L. -11paying
for Michigan fell straight set vic- Chicago .000 000 000- 0 6 6 cetemkns Mchn L.ickleft forg.-
Celebrating the first real tennis tims to the first string Hilltopper StLouis 030 700 02x-12 15 0 ne nd crik ft r
weather of the year Michigan's combine of Bryan and Household- Lyons and Autry; Crowder and Michigan. Walkov flied to McCor-
Varsity net team successfully ush- er, 8-6, 6-1. Byrum's stellar work Manion, mrick.Kevley popped to Tompkins
cred in the 1930 court season by in the forecourt coupled with his RHaymangrounded to H~udson, who!
diiel t urning3 acktason g forceful service proved more than R H E retired him unassisted. No runs, no
decisively turning back a strongenough for the Wolverines. Philadelphia 011 010 001- 4 5 1!hits, no errors.
Western State Teachers College ;Gain Doubles Victories. Washington 000 001 43x- 8 15 0 Michigan: Hudson singled sharp-1
combination by a 6-3 score yester- Second doubles play went to Grove and Cochrane; Hadley ly to right. Kelley threw out Straub,
day afternoon on the Ferry Field Michigan in decisive fashion. Cap- and Ruel. ! Hudson taking second. Daniels tap-'
courts. tarn Eddie Hammer and RollinH ped to Kelley, Hudson going to
In handing the Hilltoppers their Clark showed a flashy net attack R H E third on the play. Truskowski hit
first dual match reverse in three to send the visitors, Beller and Boston ......010 000 002- 3 10 1 sharply through Topol, Hudson
seasons the Wolverines displayed a Sorenson down to a straight set New York . .104 100 11x- 8 11 0 scoring. Truskowski was caught
well balanced front. Michigan was defeat, 6-3, 6-2. Lisenbee and Heving; Pipgras stealing, Horowitz to Walkov. One
the winner in four of the six sin- and Dickey. run, two hits, no errors.
gles encounters and in two of tne *+ ,*} w n' -yEIGHTH INNING-Syracuse: Bea-
three doubles matches. I cigan G.oifers W , NATIONAL LEAGUE. ge beat out a hit to short. Tomp-
Byrum Beats Hammer. 'I Bi R H E kins threw out Sulkowski, Beagle
Del "Skinny" Byrum, star of the .Open1ng BI en Meet Brooklyn .. .000 000 100- 1 9 1 taking second. Horowitz was out,
Kalamazoo forces, turned back the Boston ......002 000 000- 2 7 0 Tompkins to Hudson, Beague hold-
determined bid of Eddie Hammer, , (cntinued From Page 6) Elliott and Picinich; Seibold and ing second. Topol walked. Stevens "What shall we buy
Michigan leader in the number one The final individual match also Spohrier. forced Topol, Daniels to Straub. No
singles match in straight sets, -4, went to the Wolverines with Liv--- runs, one hit, no errors.for her'graduation?"
7-5. Byrum broke through Ham- . 1st game score Michigan: Schofield took the
mer's first service to establish the ngston, who drew this position on R H E mound for Syracuse. McCormick
margin in the initial set. The WoN- the team over Ahstrom and Roys- New York ... ... .... 13 16 0 struck out. L. Hill was out, Beagle To' be really happy
verine broke through to an early ton, took Parker of Purdue into Philadelphia .. 2 6 3 unassisted. Butler grounded to Hay-
2-0 lead in the second set only t9 camp, 3H0 Hubbell and O'Farrell; Elliott, man. No runs, no hits, no errors. she must have pearls
fall behind and trail 5-3 and 40 ;Howard paired up with Lenfesty1I Koupal, Smythe and Davis. NINTH INNING-S y r a c u s e-
lov owr air upwi e ey --- Stoneberg walked. Walkov got a
love, in the first foursome and experi-Soeegwle.Wlo o
Byrum double faulted at this ite i u y ind 2nd game fluke single over second, Stoneberg
enced ltl i cl nwinning on otir.Fakbte o
juncture and Hammer drove suc- over the Boilermaker combination R H E going to third. Frank batted for'
cessfully on the next four points of Bassett and Parker. The best New York . 010 122 001- 7 16 0 Frey and Sukeforth; Carlson and
to bring the score to 5-4 and then ball in this round was a 66, 32 out Philadelphia 000 210 020- 5 12 3 Hartnett.n
fiveallAt tis oin Byrm aainPruett and IHogan; Sweetland -
v l . and 34 in. Hoiard was again out and Davis.
brought his forceful net attack in- standing and three points more s R H E E
Michigan's best d r e s s e d
men and women get that
way because they have their
They k n o w that their
clothes are always spot-
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Miracleaned and Valeteria
to play behind his powerful ser- were added to the Michigan total.
vice and ground strokes and ran In the second foursome Hicks
out the set. and Royston gained another 2 1-2c
Brace Proves Winner- points by winning over Dinka and
Bob Beal, performing in the sec- Captain Cook of Purdue. The
ond singles for Michigan, found Boilermaker duo gained their half
plenty of opposition but managed a point when Royston and Dinka'
to win in three sets over Beller of halved the first nine. By virtue of j
-Western State 6-1, 3-6, 6-3. Fred yesterday's victory the Wolverines
Brace outstroked Householder of can now boast an enviable record;
the visitors in the third singles to of 18 consecutive wins in Confer-
gain a 6-4, 10-8 decision. ence dual competition. Next Fri-
Sorenson added another point to day the Michigan Varsity will en-
the Hilltoppers total by turning gage Ohio State in competition atj
back Michigan's fourth singles per- Columbus.3
former, Rollin Clark in straight
setts of 6-3, 8-6. Bob Clarke was an h --
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