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THE MICHIGAN

DAIL*

F- !TJESDAY, APRIL 21, 1931

THE MTCHICA?'J D ATTY

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Varsity
TI
k SOUTHER QTOUR C
rne Compton, and Tompkins
Slated for Duty on Mound aC
Against Normal. to

Opens

Home

Season

Today

Against

Ypsi

.

"RACKSTERS TRY
FOR RELAY JOBS
inder Team Pointed by Hoyt
for Drake Relays Friday.
Ideal track conditions gave Coach
uck Hoyt an opportunity yester-
iy afternoon to start his trials
determine the Michigan entries
the 22nd anual Drake Relays
hich. are scheduled for next Fri-
y and Saturday at Des Moines.
Although no definite announce-
ent has been made yet it appears
.ely that Campbell, Tolan, Mur-

Johnstone to Succeed Courtright as Tennis
oach; Four Lettermen Will Return to Squad

Michigan's baseball team will
pen its-home season at 4:05 o'clock
his afternoon oc Ferry Field' when
tackles the nine from Michigan
tate Normal College in the first
ntest to be played since the Wol-
eriries returned from their South-
rn trip last week.
Wolverines Win Three.
With a record of three victories,
wo defeats, and a ten inning tie
show for their excursion through-
ut Ohio and-Kentucky, the Varsity
ill be out today to win from Ypsi.
Verne Compton, ace of the Mich-
;an mound staff, is expected to
Lke the rubber today against the
amond clan of the Normal School.
ompton will probably not work
he entire contest, however, Jack
ompkins being slated to relieve
im in the later innings.
Diffley to Catch.
Diffley will take care of the
itching duties, while the infield
ill be, made up of Hudson at first,
aniels at second, Kracht at short,
nd Superko at third. Tompkins
ill take care of one outfield posi-
on until he takes the mound, while

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ray and Smythe will make up Coach
Hoyt's half-mile quartet with Noyes
as a possibility in case Smythe's leg
fails to come around into shape.
Yesterday afternoon this team ran
off the 880 in fine form, but failed
to click on their baton passing.
Hawley Egleston will lead the en-
try in the individual hurdles as well'
as a team in the 480 yard shuttle
event. Haefele took the timbers in
an improved style yesterday and
looks like a comer. Jackson and De-.
Baker will probably complete the
hurdle team.
This year the Wolverine "Mid-
night Express" is the outstanding
favorite to take a first, but he will
be opposed to Hass of MinnesotaI
and Peyton Glass of the Oklahoma{
Aggies.
Miss Helene Madison captured1
three individual titles in the 1931
National Women's swimming chain- I

As a result of Coach Courtright's
new duties as professional at the
I recently opened University golf
i course, the Board in Control of
Athletics has announced that Coach
John Johnstone will assume the po-
sition of coach of the Varsity ten-
nis team. Coach Johnstone, who
has beeen coaching the Varsity
fencing team for the past three
' years, will begin work with the net-
men immediately.
Coach Johnstone is well qualified
for his new position, having been
Director of Athletics at Pontiac be-
fore coming to Michigan. In this
capacity he trairned the Pontiac
team whichincluded several men
who have since played on the Wol-
verine Varsity. Captain Fred Brace
is a former member of Johnstone's
squad as well as Ed Hammer, who
RUTH KNOCKS TWO HOMERS
NEW YORK, April 2U.-(A)-Babe
Ruth hit his second and third home
run of the season off the deliveries
of George Earnshaw today in the
Yankee stadium. The first came in
the fourth inning of the Yankees-
Athletics game with Lary on base
but still left the Yankees trailing
4-2. Later in the contest Ruth sent
his third of the season and the
second of the game over the fence
with two teammates on the paths.
Thus Ruth drove in all five of the
Yankee runs.

ranks with Brace as the best of the
Michigan tennis stars, and Roland
Clark who played for the Woives4
last season.
Tennis practice sessions will be-
gin this afternoon at two o'clock,
and will continue daily throughout
the season. The team will probab-
ly be composed of four of last
year's lettermen, Hammer, Brace,
and Ryan, as well as several other
veterans and outstanding fresh-
men.
Several others are expected to
compete for places and may dis-.
place a few of the favorites. Appell,
Darner, Dale, Front, and Davis are
all seen as possibilities. A few pre-
liminary meets are being scheduled
to give the new men a chance to
show their wares.
Work will be started to team up
the men for the doubles events as
well as the singles, with the presem
Hammer and Brace, Ryan and
possibilities being the pairing of
Clarke, Mills and Sherman, Appell
and Davis and Pendell and Wil-
liams. These men will also play a
series of matches this week.
The team will play the Detroit
Tennis Club in Detroit Saturday
afternoon, with the possibility of a
meet with Ypsilanti some time prior
to that date.
England's firsl major golf tourya-
ment of 1931, the annual English
Amateur, begins today with a rec-
ord entry of 153 men.

SOCCER*CANDIDATES
Ail'soccer candidates kindly
report Wednesday at 4 o'clock at
the Intramural office for an im-
pcrtaflt meeting.
Coach Johnstone
GRIDDERS RETURNI
TO SPRING GRIND'
Michigan's gridders were back on
the job again yesterday afternoon
following a ten-day lay-off over
the vacation period. The candidates
appeared to be none the worse for
their rest as they went through
their paces on South Ferry field.
Coach Harry Kipke sent his
charges through a drill in which
blocking, interference, and charging
were stressed. Several of last sea-
son's veterans are expected to re-
port for practice either today or to-:
morrow.
The young Wolverine mentor in-
tends to hold the first scrimmage
session next Monday or Tuesday.
The squad will be divided up into
four smaller groups tomorrow, and
a series of games will be played in
the stadium between these teams.
After the squad has been divided
into the smaller divisions each one
will be placed under a coach and
given plays to be used in the scrim-
mages.
Western Conference b a s e b a 11
teams today started their busiest
week of the season to date during
which eight games are listed.

MICHIGAN-PURDUE
M E ET PROTESTED
Conference Authorities to Decide
Winner of Golf Match.
When all the matches were com-
pleted and the totals tallied in the
recent Purdue-Michigan golf meet,
it was found that the Maize and
Blue held a two-point advantage of
10-8. However, when the boys start-
ed talking the match over it was
discovered that Diukas, the Purdue
man, who was paired against Jolly
had penalized himself for an un-
playable lie on t fle sixth hole, when
in reality the ball was lodged in a
gopher hole.
Purdue maintained that the hole
should be replayed so Michigan
consented to play it under protest.
In the playoff Diukas won the hole
which tied the match at 9-9. .
However, when reference was
made to the rule-book, it was found
that any protest of a hole must be
filed before the players leave the
green of the hole which is being
protested. Inasmuch as this pro-
test was not filed the Purdue claim
appears to rest on a flimsy founda-
tion.

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Detroit...............3
Cleveland............. 9
NATiONAL LEAGUE
(First game) R
New York............. 4
Boston...............3

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Al ERICAN LEAGU H
R H E
Philadelphia...........4 6 0
New York............. 5 8 0
Earnshaw & Cochran; Johnson
Gomez, Wells & Dickey.
.Boston..............13 18 1
Washington...........3 8 2
Russel & Berry; Crowder, Fischer,
Tauscher & Spencer.

(Second game)
New York............

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Boston

St. Louis ............
Chicago .............
Brooklyn ...........
Philadelphia......

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2 10
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Pittsburg............. 5 8 2
Cincinnati ............'T 11 0

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