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DAILY

E.-ITU DAV, APRIL '25, 1cj3l

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Wolverines pen omeSeasonAgamstIowa
PON Tu OJlT THESE THINCLADS CARRY MAIZE AND BLUE HOPES II[HM Tu P WILL BROADCAST ImI1N
IIINT l U KFyf IN ANNUAL DRAKE RELAYS AT DES MOINES, IOWA TIT TODAY'S RELAYS

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P.N G LfER
MUT QTATI,-

rs Bow to Wildcats after f
ccessful Conquests in
Pre-Season Schedule.
BATTING ORDER
g:a Iowa
:rko 3b. Porter ss.
rdle If. Kenny 2b.
pkins cf. Koser if.
soil lb. Mowry cf. i UETIt4
.ey c. Nelson c.
els 2b. Reeduist lb.
mantf Fiala rf.Y ww
:ht ss. Rei crt 3b.
pton p. iraham or
Ricket .
By Joe Russell -5
ig n baseball fans will get [7 _____________.mi_
frst chance to see Coach 1ay Y": -, a :: "
s charges in action this af-AKE .

UL IJIM I L[ 1, U iI IDES MOINES, Iowa, Apr. 24.-The
twenty-second Drake Relays here
Sasaturday afternoon will be broad-
Opponents Boast Galaxy of Stars s for one hour, between 3:30 and
Including Former Wolverine 14:30 p. m., Central standard time
CourtPerfomers (4:30 and 5:30 Ann Arbor time),
Court Performers. over the network of the National
Broadcasting company, it has been
Today at 2 o'clock the opening announced.
match of the tennis season will ___-
cccur when a squad of ten men!
under Coach John Johnstone will
meet the Detroit Tennis club in De-
troit. The ten players selected for'
the meetare Ed Hammer,C Frek T
John Reindell, T. Mills, Sam Sher- IU
:an,,W. H. Pendell, Guy Williams, ---
and Wilson Ranck. For the doubles
the menxil be paired as follows: One of Strongest Oriental Nines
Hammer and Clark, Ryan and Ever to Tour Country Will
Brace, Mills and Reindell, Pendell Appear Here Tuesday.
i and Williams, Sherman and Ranck. --_
The varsity is in good condition One of the most interesting and
and will be able to give the Detroit- colorful sporting events of the pres-
ers a fast game. Meets with this ent season has been scheduled for
club usually bring forth a good next Tuesday afternoon when the
brand of tennis, for the Detroit Wolverine Varsity is carded to en-
club is known for its strength and counter the Hosei University nine.
boasts a number of excellent play- This clever aggregation of Japanese
ers. Among the latter are several ball players hails from Tokio, and
former Michigan stars, including are regarded as one of the finest
Spencer, Barton and the Reindell nines ever turned out by a Japanese
brothers. The last three have each school, having won the champion-
held the post of captain on the ship of the Tokio Intercollegiate
Wolverine team. League.
Hammer and Brace played yes- The Hosei team is now making a
tcrday afternoon for first place on two months tour of the United
the tennis team, Hammer success- States, during which time they will
fully defending the position. Ryan, play a series of games with 20 of
formerly in fourth place, defeated the best college and university ball
Clark thereby moving up to third. clubs in the country. Their itinerary

IVIlL. IVIL'LI lIdL
Howard Recovers From Ilfnes,
and Will Compete in Dual
Meet Today.
Coach Thomas Trueblood and his
Varsity golfers will engage the
Michigan State College niblic wield-
ers in the last of the preliminary
meets scheduled before they swin
into their regular Western Confer-
e ,nce dual meet schedule.
ThedCapitol City boysare not ex-
pected to provide any serious oppo-
sition for Capt. Royston, Lenfesty,
Howard, et al, but neither were the
Purdue boys last week. A few years
ago when "Hez" Minier, Bill Con-
nell and such stars were digging
divots for the East Lansing out-
fit they were able to provide an
interesting afternoon for what ever
team that came along, but no s.uch
stars loom on the present Michigan
State horizon.
Coach Trueblood announced yes-
terday that Jolly, Livingston; and
Hand would complete the Makeup
of his squad. Just what the relative
rankings of the members would be
however was not announced, al-
though it is probable that either
Captain Roysten or Lenfesty would
engage the State number one man.
The foursomes are scheduled for
the morning with the singles slated
for the afternoon.
Phi Lambda Kappa 7, Sigma Phi
Epsilon 5
Phi Kappa Tau 21, Triangle 3
t U ACKETs _ ©'N SER
K fU E B L R T i t A V E L B U f MO T N T A E S R U S 5 : R N S . A N 8 R,. l n E r a c e
A50 E!1" A:A .N't y NCC A* * CY**

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- K~
.GAD NO P U9 L a WOLP S CAMPME-. TOLAN-
Nne members of the Michigan track team, who carried the Wolverines to a Big Ten championship last
winter in the indoor season, and upon whom the Maize and Blue have pinned their hopes in the twenty-sec-
ond annual Drake Relays now being run off at DesMoines, Iowa. Mtre ' i twenty-five hundred colle
ge and high school athletes from all sections of thecountry are taking p a . inits competitioni vich ends
today.

Phi Kappa Psi 12, Delta Sigma
Pi 8
Theta Kappa Epsilon 15, Phi Mu
Delta 5
Michiganders 9, Actuaries 5
Phi Chi 1, Phi Mu-Alpha 0
Beta Tau Pi 17, Pi Kappa Alpha 4
Alpha Sigma Phi 6, Zeta Psi 3
Delta Phi 17, Sigma Pi 4
Phi Sigma Delta 3, Beta Sigma
Psi 2

includes Michigan, W i s c o n s i n,
Northwestern, Chicago, Illinois,
Michigan State, Notre Dame, Carle-
ton, Luther, and Western State
Teachers in the middle west. East-
ern opponents of the Japs will in-
clude Navy, Georgetown, Y a le,
Pennsylvania, Fordham, Boston col-
lege, Harvard, Holy Cross, and Prov-
idence College.
The interest of Michigan students
(Continued oi i-age f)

Intram aral News
- - - -

MILITARY SOCIETY

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and the championship decided for
this year.
SIGMA DELTA PSI
The Michigan chapter of the Sig-
ma Delta Psi, the national honorary
athletic fraternity, is giving a lov-
ing cup again this yyar to the in-
dividual who makes the best record
in all of the 15 required tests. The
candidate to be eligible for this cup
must pass all the events during the,
present school year; must not sub-
stitute ,a Varsity letter or Intra-
mural championship for any of the
required tests; and must have a
scholarship record equivalent to
Varsity competition standard. This i
honor award has only been given
for the last two years. Competition
for this cup has, been enough for
these two years to warrant offering
the cup again this year. The first
year the cup was given it was
awarded to Charles Grace, '29E.
Last year it was awarded Charles
Eknovich, '33E.
In order to facilitate giving the
tests and recording the results,
those interested in working for this
award must sign up immediately at
the Intramural Sports Building.
Yesterday's Homers
Simmons .............. Athletics
Gehi ig ..................Yanks
1chulte .................Browns
Kress................Browns
Rufl'ing ..................Yanks
Averill .................Indians
Traynor...............Pirates
Hornsby (3) ...............Cubs
Wright (2) ..............Robins
Ott ....................Giants
Lee. ..................Phillies
Bissonette ..............Bobins

LEAGUE SUCCEEDSI
The Intramural Sports Depart-
ment inaugurated a new division of
basketball activities in R. 0. T. C.
competition this year. This new
group proved very successful and
two "classes" were formed out of
the fourteen entries. In Class A,
Company C-1 defeated Company EL
in the finals for the league chain-
pionship, thereby receiving 150
points on its yearly competition
records. In Class B, Company C-2
we i the chamrpionship from Com-
pany B-1, and will also receive 150
points. Awards wvcre given by the
R.O.T.C. department to the winning
teams and runner-ups.
BASEBALL R.ESIULTS.
Delta Kappa Epsilon 16, Alpha
Kappa Psi 5
Alpha Chi R7ho 9, Phi Epsilon Pi 3
Sigma Nu 1, Delta Upsilon 5
Zeta Beta Tau 1, Chi Psi 0
Omega Psi 6, Kappa Delta Rho 5
Sigma Alpha Mu 15, Delta Tau
Delta 2
Sigma Chi 14, Lambda Chi Alpha
11
Kappa Nu 15, Theta Kappa Nu 10
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