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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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Turn

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Spring

Practice

DETROIT FANS MAY SEE NEW OUTFIELD COMBINATION I n nn nT
AS BUKCY HARRIS TRIES OUT WALKER BROTHER DUET
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Devine,
Star,

Oklahoma A. & M.
Defeats Wolverine in
Extra Periods.

TOLAN'S RECORD
TIED ATRELAYS
AUSTIN,. TexMr 7-(P-
Pey to n Clas r., blonde ; eed-
ster from Oklahoma A. and M.
collee, equaled the world's rec-
ord of 9.5 seconds, held by Eddie
Tolan, University of M ichigan
colod athlete, in the nals of
Q i ard dash at the Texas
rthy; hre oda afer estab-
ingI ~ aae time in taking
"cuty >ark has been better-
eC ,by 1ra Wykof, but his mark
ben aecexlted by the
n:ei a Comnittee ef the
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PROVIDENCE, R. I., Mar. 27.-
(U)-John Devine, wiry 135-pound!
wrestler from Oklahoma A. and M.
turned in an iron man's perform-
ance to gain the semi-final round
of the National Collegiate A. A.
wrestling championship tourna-
ment here tonight at the Brdwn
gymnasium.
Devine advanced into the second
round late this afternoon by out-
pointing F. B. Shaw, of Lehigh,
eastern intercollegiate champion,
and then, after a short rest, clash-
ed with Joe Woodard, rugged Uni-
versity of Michigan entry, in a
match that was ordered into two
extra three-minute periods.
Woodard drew a first-round bye
and was in much better physical
shape than the cowboy collegian
when they started. The Woverine
mat star had matters his ov. way
during the early stages but Devine
slowly overcame his advantage
with a sp=ctacular rally and during
the second overtime session, ob-
Stained the upper hand, exercising
it often enough to clinch the deci-
sion.
Dougovito, the other Michigan
entry in the national meet, is sched-'
uled to wrestle in the matches
I today.

Cs.CAGOAN
MID-SOUTH

LEADS
F IE LDI

Fisher Postpones Outdoor Work
Until Next Week; Squad
Has Few Injuries.
Outdoor practice for the Michi-
gan baseball squad planned by
Coach Ray Fisher to begin yester-
day was postponed due to the in-
element weather until next week.
Keen disappointment at the inabil-
ity to get his men out on the play-
ing field was expressed by the
coach, as he was particularly anx-
ious to give the infielders and out-
fielders a chance to exert them-
selves a little.
Though these men are practicing
daily at the field house they are
necessarily held in restraint by the
moie or less crowded conditions
prevailing there, and nothing would
be more beneficial now than a good
outdoor workout.
Ratters Hitting hard.
Hard hinting was the feature of
yesterday's practice with the bat-
ters pounding the offerings of the
several pitchers to all corners of
the cages and rarely attempting to
hit a poor ball. Coach Fisher is well
pleased with the steady improve-
ment of the batters despite the ex-
isting conditions, and if the im-
provement continues a strong of-
fense should be built up by the time
the team is off on its spring trip.
Though some of the pitchers
which engaged in yesterday's ses-
sion were treated rather roughly by
the batters, Coach Fisher is of the
opinion that this is due in some
cases to overwork rather than a
lack of condition.
Few Injuries.
Coach Fisher has been fortunate
this year in the matter of injuries.
The squad as a whole shapes up in
excellent condition and with the ex-
(Continued on Page 7)

Associated Press .Photo

Virgrnra Van Wie Turns in Cardj
of 76 at Half-way Mark-.
SOUTHERN PINES, N.C, Mar. 26.
SVirgain Van Wie played the
clamp L;ip course here in seven
stroe under women's par today
for a 38-38--36 and a substantial
lead at the half-way mark of the
mid-south women's 36-hole medal l
play tournament.I
The Chicago girl. runner-up last
year to Glenna Collett in the na-
tional women's championship, held
a four-stroke advantage over Edith
Quier of Reading, Pa., who had an
80. Mrs. O. S. Hill, Kansas City
veteran, and Bernice Wall of Osh-
kosh, Wis., each with an 83, ap-
peared to be the only other con-
tenders in the field of more than
80 who held even an outside chance
of overtaking Miss Van Wie on the
final 18 holes tomorrow.
C In fifth place was Helen Waring
of Pinehurst, with 84; Marion Ben-
nett, New London, Conn.; Kather-
ine. Beach, tied at 86.

Detroit baseball fans may see a new brother act this year that will rival the Waner and Waner com-
bination of Pittsburgh. Gerald and Harvey Walker are the brothers. Coming up from the Three Eye Lea-
gue, the two look god for major league outfield posts. Waite Hoyt, star hurler, and Charlie Gehringer,
one of the best second basemen in the majors, are two veterans upon whom Manager Buckey Harris is
depending to keep the Tigers in the race.

Court Veterans to Battle for Pro Title
as Big Bill Gains Match With

Richards

FRESHMAN TRACK
All candidates for Freshmanj
track please report for the be-
ling of the outdoor season, on
Monday at the Field House.
Coach Ken Doherty.

fIFollowers of the stars in profes- This pairing of the stars of the
j sional tennis are about due to get tennis world has not been seen
the match that they have been since they met in 1926 and Rich-
'f MatchesLastlooking forward to for a long time. ards took three out of the five
Brace Won 7 of 9 Mrt s in Big Bill Tilden, long time amateur matches that year. Vinnie is pro
Year; Ranks First in at the top of the list and now turn- champion at present and he took
Western Doubles ed professional by virtue of his con- that crown from Koseluh last year
etn obstract to make moving pictures of on an outdoor court.
(Eiorsnoe hi s h frthis game, is going to meet Vinnie (o Noc mlpraisesort extended catalxeogue-
of a series of articles dealing with icrs, ro championon u of acom
members of the Varsity tennis t lne for Billyfor mis wame h
team.) Richards is now 27 while Big Blil come to be synonomous with the
Fred Brace, captain-elect of the is 38, quite a difference in true first o rung hof tenis asa wor sport,
Varsity tennis team, is gradually ranks o profess onat tenrs from championships that Big Bill col-
"assuming a position as one of the caposista i ilcl
leading racquetiwielders in the the pair that met with Vinnie 17 lected as the leading amateur in
West. In 1929 Brace gained recog- and Tilden 28. The lanky tennis the game.
nition as the fourth ranking junior star was then at his best form and
in the Western singles. He and his had things all his way with the In order to give athletes a chance
partner, Ganger of Cleveland, were comer, Richards, who was a bit too to rest up before an elimination
accorded the first ranking position young for the competition. Age meet in 1932 to determine the Ital-
in the Western junior doubles. His difference, however, is never a fac- ian Olympic team, the athletic fed-
National singles ranking was num- tor in any one's favor when they eration has shortened the sports
ber fourteen. are going up against Big Bill, and program for this year.
The outstanding achievement of Richards knows this fact as well
his play during 1929 was his ad- as the next person. Consequently, Entries for the "thousand miles,"
vancement to the quarter-final when Vinnie saw that a match with Italy's road classic, set for April 11,
round of the National junior meet Tilden was ineveitable soon he did are open, the Brescia automobile
at Culver, Ind., where he exhibited the only thing reasonable to do, he club has announced. Last year's
a brilliant brand of tennis only to went into strict training in the race was won by a German-made
bow to Harry Prymire, the Califor- early part of January. tVOisdCS.
nia star.

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