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.y :012 5 Iowa

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Diffly and Kracht Prove Wotth
by Play in Game; Compton
Pitches Effectively.
VARSITY MAKES 16 HITS I
Take Lead in Third, Score Four
Runs; Tie up Game With
Sprees in 7th, 8th.
By Jee Ru-selI
The 1931 Varsity nine showed+
somewhat unexpected bitting powerI
yesterday afternoon in swamping,
Iowa on the Ferry $'ield diamond,
12-5. The game yesterday was the
Conference opener for the Wolver-
ines, and in collecting 16 hits off
the delivery of the invading hurlers,
Ingraham and Rieke, Coach Ray
Fisher's proteges served notice on
the Big Ten that they have a dan-
gerous combination of sluggers.
Especially gratifying yesterday
was the work of two new men, Dill-
ley, catcher, and Kracht, short stop.
By their play throughout the game
these two showed that they have
clearly earned their right to regu-
lar positions on the Maize and -Blue
team, and should cause plenty of
trouble for the opposition during
the coming games.
Diffley, Kracht Score.
Diffley out of five times at bat.
connected for hits three times,
while Kracht lined a like number of;
drives through the infield, one of
them a double. Both men scored
one run, while Diffley accounted for
nine put-outs, six of them on high
foul tips. Kracht had one put-out
and four assists to his credit after
the last man had come to bat.
Michigan counted once in the.
first inning, but in the secondI
frame, the invaders scored two runs
when Compton hit the first man
up, Reedquist, to start the inning.
Frego then fouled out to Diffley
and Riegert singled advancing Reed-
quist to second. With men on first
and second, Compton walked In-
graham to -fill the sacks. At this1
point Porter caught hold of a singlel
which scored both Reedquist and
Riegert.1
Michigan Scores in Third.
With the score 2-1 in Iowa's fa-
vor, Michigan came into the second
half of the third inning and scoredf
(Continued on Page 7)

HAWKEYE BATSMEN WHO STARRED IN DEFEAT P
YESTERDAY AS MICHIGAN SCORED TWELVE RUNS

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
American League.
Dctroit3-St."Louis 1.
Boston 5-New York 4.
Philadelphia 3-Washington 2.
C kvcP'ind-Chicago, no game
rain.
Chicagoa,-Pittsburgh 3,
Iiadelpjhia 4-New York 3.
Loston ;-Brooklyn 4.
ncinnati-St. Louis, no game,
C;07 i.

LOS U-£ HINSIAGLE

Versatile Captain Is Slated for
Mound Duty; Little Known
of Kalamazoo Team.

Jack Lenfesty Turns in Card
of 73 for Low Scoring
Honors of Meet.
Swcrning the two doubles match-
. and losing only one of the sin-
zles, Mihigan's golfers swamped
Michigan State yesterday, to turn
n a 15-3 victory. Captain Royston
fell before Howard Minier, State
Baseball Scores
BIG TEN
Northwestern 9, Minnesota 2.
Wisconsin-Illinois, postpones, rain.

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Three stars on Iowa's team who scored three of the Llawkeyes' fiv
catcher, showed an accurate throwing arm, but made three errors. C
game in center field while Reecdquist covered his first baseman's job w
cial trips to the plate. Although rated as Iowa's best hitters they were
Michigan's pitching ace, as they made only two hits.

SUMMARIES:
MICIGAl'4 :JB R
Superko, 3b..... 4 12
Braendle, lf......4 1
Tompkins, cf.... 3 2
Hudson, lb...... 4 2
Diffley, c........ 5 1
Daniels, 2b...... 4 2
Drabicke, rf..... 4 1
Kracht, ss....... 5 1
Compton, p......5 0

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PLAY BY PLAY ACC
TEN OPENER WI
FIRST INNING - Iowa: Porter,
grounded out Kracht to Hudson.
Kenny struck out. Koser singled to
center. Mowry grounded out to
Hudson. No runs. One hit. No
errors
..Michigan: Superko was hit by a
pitched ball. Braendle sacrificed
Ingraham to Reedquist. Tompkins
grounded out and Hudson singled
through second scoring. Superko.
Diffley fouled to Koser. One run.1
One hit. No errors.
SECOND INNING -Iowa: Nelson
flied to Draebicke. Reedquist was
hit by a pitched ball. Frego foule d
to Diffley. Reigert singled over short
sending Reedquist to second. In-
graham walked filling the bases.
Porter singled through second scor-
ing Reedquist and Ingraham was
put out at the plate. Two iuns. Two
hits. No errors.
Kinny Hit by Ball.
Michigan: Daniels was out Porter
to Reedquist. Draebicke was safe
on Porter's error. Draebicke stole
second and went to third when on
Nelson's wild heave to Kenny. Drae-I
bicke was out at home on a field-
er's choice. Compton fanned. No
runs. No hits. Two errors.
THIRD INNING -Iowa: Kinny
was hit by a pitched ball. Koser
sacrificed, Superko to Hudson. Diff-
ley took Mowry's foul tip, and then
took Nelson's high foul for the
third out. No runs. No hits. No
errors.
Michigan: 8uperko singled to left
field. Braendle singled through firstt
sending Superko to second. Tomp-

OUNT OF BIG
TH HAWKEYE NINE
kins bunted safely filling the bases.
Hudson doubled scoring Suprko
and Braendle. Diffley s i n g l e d
through second scoring Tompkins
and Hudson. Daniels sacrificed, In-
graham to Reedquist.- Diffley took
third on a pass ball. Draebicke fied i
to Porter. Kracht grounded out.
Four runs. Four hits. No errors.
FOURTH INNING-Iowa: Diffley
took Reedquist's foul. Frego ground-
ed out. Reigert hit to Compton who
beat him out to first. No runs. No
hits. No errors.x
Brae-ndle Gets Single.
Michigan: Compton again struck
out. Superko singled over short.
Braendle singled through third.
Tompkins flied to Koser. Hudson t
forced Superko at second. No runs. !
Two hits. No errors.
FIFTH INNING -Iowa: Ingra-
ham struclk ou t. Porter walked.
Kenny flied to Braendle and Koser
went out Compton to Hudson. No
runs. No hits. No errors.
Michigan: Dif[,ley singled over
third. Daniels forced Diffley, Kenny.
to Porter. Draebicke forced Dan-
iels, Ingraham to Kenny. Kracht
singled to center. Compton was out
Ingraham to Reedquist, No runs.
Two hits. No errors.I
SIXTH INNNG-Iowa: Braendle
took Mowry's long fly. Nelson fouled
to Superko. Reedquist drew a base
on balls,- and Kracht took Frego's
high fly for the third out. No runs.
No hits. No errors.
Michigan: Superko grounded out
Porter to Reedquist. Braendle pop-
(Continued on iPage 7)

To Jack Tompkins, captain, cen- AMERICAN LEAGUE
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the honor of hurling Monday's St Louis . .001 000 000 1 5 1
game against Western State Teach- Hoyt and Schang; Coffman and
..:ers' College, which will be played Ferrell.
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plans of Coach Ray Fisher. "Lefty" Bos......200 000 li0 1 5 11 1
McKay is the other possible choice. N. York . .200 000 011 0 4 6 01
Will be Reserve Hurler. Morris, Brillheart, McFAden and
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ve runs against Michigan. Nelson, season he took his turn in the box Wash.....010 100 000 2 6 21
aptain Mowry played a dependable and succeeded in showing to good Walberg and Cochrane; Brown
eli and made one single in two offi advantage. Fisher has decided to and Spencer.
partially held at bay by Compton use him as the Wolverine's second
string hurler this year, employing Cleveland-Chicago, no game, cold.
him in center field when he is not
working on the mound in order to NATIONAL LEAGUE'
get the full advantage of his bat- Chi. ......101 000 006 8 12 0
l With this single exception, the Malone, May and Hartnett; Kre-I
remainder of the team that will mer, Spencer, Grant and Phillips.,
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____that which faced Iowa yesterday Phil. ......200 000 101 4 10 2
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al game by a score of 3 to 1. The the call. Eastman was a member of Cincinnati-St. Louis, no game,1
game was played in chilly, damp the Michigan squad two years ago, rain.
weather before a small Saturday and has appeared at both short and l HOME PUNS YESTERDAY
crowd. The victory was Hoyt's first 'n the field for the Wolverines in' Simmons ...............Athletics
after two unsuccessful starts in pre- the past. Alexander .................. Tigers
vious series, and he held the Browns Little is known of the team that Vergez ..................... Giants
to only five hits. Michigan will be called upon to Herman ...................Robins
The game started rather badly face in tomorrow's game, except Leslie......................Giants
with two walks and none out when (Continued on Page 7) Arlett .....................Phillies

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Porter, ss .......
:fenny, 2b ......
Koser, 1f......
Mowry, cf.....
Nelson, cf.....
Reedquist, 1b.
Frigo, rf......
Riegert, 3b..
Ingraham, p.
Ricke, p.......
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t the only contest lost by the
Yesterday's meet was the second
of the sson, and wal ,s the first
victory for Coach Trueblood's put-
ter pushers, tlhe Purdue clash hav-
ing resulted in a protested tie. The
remainder of the season will be de-
voted to conference competition.
Lenfesty, Howard Win.
Lenfesty and Howard, -in con-
quering Duffield and Jones of the
Spartans in the first morning
match, batted out a stellar best ball
score of 69, overwhelming their
opponents to mark up a 3-0 score
in favor of Michigan.
In the other doubles, Royston and
Livingston turned back Minier and
Mayne on both nines to add three
more to the Varsity total.
Lenfesty continued his low scor-
ing in the afternoon singles match-
es, making a 73 which ranked as
the best individual effort of the
day in beating Duffield, 3-0. Minier,
only one stroke over Lenfesty for
the 18 holes, made a clean sweep of
his match with Captain Royston.
Hand Plays Fine Game.
Livingston and Hand, the latter
newly promoted to a regular post
on the Varsity, duplicated Len-
festy's record in conquering Disan-
tal and Mayne in their singles
matches, each winning 3-0. Living-
ston made a 75, Hand a 76, to fol-
low Lenfensty and Minier in indi-
vidual scoring.
Michigan's next two golf nieets
will be at home on successive Sat-
urdays against Big Ten. competi-
tion: Next week, on May 2, the
golfers will engage Ohio State, and
Northwestern will journey here the
following Saturday, May 9.

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the third man came up to bat. Then
the Tigers tightened up and nab-
bed two on a neat double play by
Owen and Alexander.
The Browns' lone run of the game
came in the third when Goslin scor-
ed Coffman after the latter's double.
In the same inning Alexander even-
ed things with a home run over left
field.
Nothing was accomplished by
either party for four more innings,
until the Tigers came through with
the winning margin in the eighth.
Johnson singled, Gehringer doubled
and both scored through an error
by Ferrell. The Browns failed to
catch up in the next half inning
and Detroit won its first straight
series
An eleventh-hour rally won an
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Totals 34 5 8 24 14
"Battod for Rickein the 9th.
Score by innings:
Iowa ...... 020000030-- 5
Michigan .. 1 0 4'0 0 0 4 3 x - 12
Errors-Braendle, Daniels, Nelson,
2, Porter. Two-base hits - Kenny,
Kracht. Stolen bases - Braendle,
Hudson, Diffley, Sacrifice hits -
Braendle, Tompkins, Hudson, Dan-
iels, Koser. Struck out-By Comp-
ton 3, by Ingraham 2. Bases on
balls-off Ingraham 1, off Ricke 1,
ofT Compton 4. Hit by pitcher-
By Compton (Reedquist, Kenny);
by Ingraham (Superko). Hits-Off
Ingraham 11 in 6 1/3,innings; off
Ricke 5 in 1 2/3 innings. Passed
balls-Nelson 2. Balk-Ricke. Left
on bases-'Michigan 9, Iowa 9. Los-
ing pitcher-Ingraham. Umpires-
Lavan and Olmstead.

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