. APRIL, 23, 1932
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Heavy -Schedule in Near Future
Causes 'Fisher to Cancel
For the second time in two days
inclement weather conditions yes-
terday prevented the Wolverine
baseball team from playing their
scheduled ,game with the Michigan
State Normal School nine .from
Ypsilanti. Rather than postpone
the ,game again Coach Ray Fisher
decided to cancel it altogether in
view of the strenuous schedule con-
fronting the Wolves during the
next ten days.
Two Brills Remain.
But two days of practice remain
before the Michigan nine encount-
ers its first Western Conference
opponent when the University of
Iowa invades the Wolverine strong-
hold on Saturday. Very little good
practice weather has been the lot
of Fisher's aggregation since the
return from the southern training
trip, and it is hoped that the last
two days will permit the squad to
drill on Ferry Field again after con-
fining their activities to the Field
House for the early part of the
In the brief space of 11 days be-
ginning Saturday, the Wolverines
will play a total of seven games.
Following the IIawkeyes invasion
this week end, the Wolves will rest
on Sunday and meet Western State
Teachers' College at Kalamazoo on
Japanese Tilt Carded.
One of the features of the sched-
ule next week will be Tuesday's
. game, in which the Michigan squad
is carded to play host to the Hosei
VUnversity team from Tokio, Japan.
This 'Japanese squad is touted as
one of the Orient's outstanding
nines, andl with a hurler of some
note on their staff, should give the
Wolves an interesting time.
Next Thursday and Friday will.1
see a two-game series here between
Michigan and Colgate, with a trip
to loomington on the Wolves card
for Friday night where they will
engage the Hoosiers in the second
13 Ten battle on Saturday. On the
following Tuesday, May 5, Michi-
gan will entertain the Illini on the
S omeback After Experts Doped j
Him for Finish Reveals
Same Old Pep.
NEW YORK, April 22.-(P)-Herb
Pennock, the experts agreed two
years ago, was "all through." But
if you can find any more like him.
right now there's an opening or
two on the New York Yankees' ros-
Stricken with a severe and per-
sistent attack of neuritis in his
educated left arm, Pennock wasn't
much use to the Yankees in 1929
w*len for the first time in his ca-
reer as a Yankee he lost more
games than he won. Last years he
sbowed enough improvement to win
li games while losing seven.
The chances are that Joe Mc-
Carthy, new boss of the Yankees,
did not bank very much on the 37-
year-old southpaw when he laid his
pluns for the 1931 campaign but al-
rdy Pennock has staged a re-
markable comeback and afforded
"Marse Joe" with at least a par-
tial solution for his pitching prob-
Pennock, generally rated as the
smartest of all present-day pitch-
era, has started twice in the seven
games the Yankees have played so
far, gone the route and won both of
them, and allowed the opposition a
grand total of two runs and 15 hitsI
in 18 innings.
Professional wrestling may be
getting the limelight instead of
boxing right now by virtue of the
new busting angle introduced, but
sometimes it is not so good. Charlie
Lehman, Texas wrestler, has a
broken neck as a result.
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John M. Dorsey, instructor in
psychiatry, won double honors in
the annual faculty tournament, by
winning both the indoor tennis title
and the handball singles champion-
The other finalist in tennis match
was Roy H. Gearhart, Instructor of
Spanish, and the final match saw
the best tennis of the tournament.
Dorsey won in straight sets, 8-6,
6-4, 6-3. It will be interesting to
follow the results of the outdoor
tournament which will soon get
under way. Entries are now being
received at the Intramural office.
Dorsey defeated Edward Jandy,
instructor in sociology, in the final
handball match by scores of 21-6,
Entries are now being taken for
the annual all-Campus golf tourna-
ment which wil be held for the first
time on the new University course.
May 10 is the date set for the tour-
nament to start and entries will
close May 5.
A great many entries have been
made in the tennis singles and
doubles, all-Campus championship
which is scheduled to start May 4.
The closing date has been set as
golf, and rifle shooting. The base-
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UU11 -uuiegts under way Friday at Nine Moles With tirst
while the other three events start Game"Three Days off.
the first week of may. Entries
should be phoned in now at 22101. Members of the Varsity golf team
ARCHERY braved the cold wintry blasts sweep-
This sport was started for the ing across the University links yes-
first time last year and was won terday, until finally benumbed by a
by Charles Dee. Interest has been rare combination of hale, rain, and
on the increase this year and the .
tournament on May 6 should bring Arctic weather, they decided to call
out a large number of contestants. it a day before most of them had
Practice and instruction may be completed even so much as nine
had at the Field House where holes of play.
equipment is also available. Entries With the meet with Michigan
wi e accepted until May 5. State College only three days away,
"WNYON ORNMN plenty of work remains to be done
TWENTY-ONE TOURNAMENT i s nsr ft
The following mthswl ei brushing up on some of the weak
matches will be ts found in the match with Pur-
played in the Twenty-one tourna- due. Although most of the men
ment tonight at 7:15: J. Cohen vs. had their tee shots and long irons
Sieber, the winner to play E. Fish- clicking smoothly, for the most part
nan; Torrell vs. Manason, the win- the play around the greens left
ner to play Walker; J. Laden vs. much to be desired.
A. Collins; Kasabach vs. C. Nisen.m .e.
This will put the tournament in Livingston Has Trouble.
the semi-finals round. The next Dick Livingston, on whom Coach
round will be played next Monday Trueblood is pinning considerable
at 7:36, hope in the match this week, prob-
___0ably experienced the greatest diffi-
IADMINTON culty with his short game in last
The follc wing matches are sched- week's meet. He has been working
uled in Badminton tournament, diligently since his return in an ef-
Butchart vs. Redniss; Congdon vs. fort to iron out the kinks in his
Lord; Campbell vs. Bacon; Coombe putting stroke. ;t
vs. Edleman; Neitzke vs. Miller; Last night, Trueblood was still
Boothe vs. Ott; Lacroix vs. Petty- undecided as to the make-up of the
john; Powell vs. Blott. Contestants squat that will take the Lansing
are asked to phone each other and trip. Lenfesty and Royston are
the Intramural office and arrange practically certain to get the call
matches, with the other positions pretty
--- - . .--____ ____ much of a toss-up between Sher-
. . wood, Hand, Livingston and Jolly.
In the qualifying rounds held to
Baseball Scores determine the lineup for the Pur-
due match the first two and the
AMERICAN LEAGUE last named fought a neck and neck
R H E battle for the one position.
Wash. .....010 000 000 1 7 0 with his 77 nosed out the other two
Phil. .....40 00(O ilx 5 7 0 who finished with 78 and 79 respec-
Hadley, Fisher, Tauscher & Spen- i
cer; Grove & Cochrane Hobart Looks Good.
N. Y. .....400 102 000 7 11 1 Coach Trueblood thinks that he
Boston .. 000 013 001 5 11 0 has uncovered another fine pros-
Sheic, Johnson, Kline & Dickey; pest in Hobart, who has been hit-
Lisenbee, Durham & Berry ting the ball long and straight in
Cleveland 110 000 000 2 8 2 practice. With a little more consist-
Chicago ..100 011 43x 10 14 2 ency he seems to be in a fair posi-
Harder & Sewell; Caraway & tion to provide some interesting
Tate competition for the other candi-
Detroit-St. Louis ... Rain. dates.
Four faculty events are.
Spring program, baseball,
Stewart, Browns' Left-H
Ace, to Try for Third
Over Tigers Today.
Rain postponed tne opening day
celebration at Navin Field yester-
day so Detroit will try for their
third victory of the season today
.at the expense of St. Louis.
Tommy Bridges. recruit ri oht-
hander, will start today for Detroit, NATIONAL LEAGUE
Manager Stanley Harris announc-l Chicago-Pittsburg. . . Rain,
ed after yesterday's postponement. R H E
Walter Stewart, lefthandea ace of Cincinnati 000 011 000 2 4 0
the Browns' pitching staff will op- St. Louis 100 000 lix 3 13 1
pose Bridges. Stewart has already Kolp, Frey & Sukeforth; Johnson,
defeated the Tigers twice this sea- Lindsey & Wilson
son, in the opening series at St. Boston 000 001 300 4 7 Q
Louis last week. , . Bry. 000 000 OOG 0 4 4
With a lefthander pitching for Zachary & Spohrer; Phelps, Mat-
St. Louis, Detroit will probably use tingly & Lopez.
its righthanded hitting outfield, Phil. .....003 000 001 4 10 1
composed entirely of recruits. The N. Y......OGO 101 30x 5 12 0
younger of the Walker brothers, Benge, Collins, Kessler & Davis;
Gerald will be in left field; Chick Mitchell & Hogan, O'Farrell
Shiver in center, and Frank Dol- -
jack in right. YESTERDAY'S HOMERS
The New York Yankees clinched Friberg ..................Phillies
first place in the American League Critz ........... . .......... Giants
yesterday by turning their eleven Toettger ..................... Reds
hits into seven runs while Boston Cronin ................... Senators
made five runs out of the same Cochrane...............Athletics
number of hits. W ashington drop- S-U~-~A ---- O~~------E-
ped back into a tie for second place STUDY SALARY OF GRADUATES.
when Grove scattered seven hits YALE UNIVERSITY -Yale men,
for one run while the Athletics
scored five times. Chicago forced
Cleveland back into second place
with a 10 to 2 victory. The win puts
Chicago in the first division as St.
Louis was idle.
St. Louis strengthened its posi-
tion in first place of the National
League by beating Cincinnati 3 to
2. The Boston Braves continued its
winning streak as Old Tom Zachary
shut-out Brooklyn 4 to 0, limiting
them to four hits. The Giants came
from behind to beat out the Phil-
lies 5 to 4. Huey Critz started out
their half of the seventh inning
with a homer to tie the score, three
all. New York then squeezed in
two more runs in the same inning
one on a bunt and the second on
an outfield fly.
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