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MJNDAY, APRIL 26, 1931



THE MICHICAN

DAICY

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_IGANWINS THREE RELAYSAT DRAKE

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SETS REQURD
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,Wolverine Thinclads Take Half,
Mile, Two-Mile Events; Tolan
Loses to Glass.
DES MOINES, Ia., April 25.-(AP)-
A spindle-legged, freckle-faced 19-
year-old youngster named Peyton
Class of Stillwater, Okla., became a
sprinting hero today.
Glass, wearing the colors of the
Oklahoma Aggies, and with only
two years of competition behind
him, conquered Eddie Tolan, world's
100-yard dash chamipion, in one of
the stunning upsets winding up the
Drake relay carnival. Glass defeat-
ed the University of Michigan star
in a finish that was so inconceiva-
bly close that the judges debated
for several seconds.
Wins by Inches.
The six-foot, brown-haired Okla-
homa youngster, beat the famed
Tolan to the wire by a scant nose,
breaking the tape in :09.7, two-
tenths of a second over the world
mark held by Wolan. They raced
shoulder to shoulder until the last
stride when Glass, in a final des-
perate lunge, drove his chest into
the tape to conquer the bespectacl-
ed Wolverine.
Roderick Cox of Michigan placed
third in the hammer throw, but
failed to show his best form .
Egleston. Places Fourth.
Bob Hager, of IowaState, counted
for the second surprising upset by
defeating Lee Sentman, University
of Illinois speedster, rated as one of
the outstanding hurdlers of the na-
tion, in the 120-yard high hurdle
event. Hager beat Sentman to the
tape by three feet, clicking over the
barriers in :14.7 for a 'new meet
record. Hawley Egleston of Michi-
gan placed fourth in this event.
Hager's victory was a personal
triumph for Bob Simpson, and now
coach at Iowa State, who as a Mis-
souri athlete 14 years ago, estab-
lished the record that Hager, his
pupil, smashed today.
Break Seven Records.
Seven major records for the meet
were ground into the dust after
2,600 athletes from 210 universities,
colleges and high schools finished
as their task. Besides Hager's per-
formance in smashing the high
hurdle niark, records fell in the col-
lege sprint medley, the two-mile
run, 440-yard football relay, 880-
yard university relay, the two-mile
college relay, and the shot put.
Hugh Rhea, Nebraska football
guard, spun the 16-pound shot 50
feet, 7.2 inches, smashes the record
of 49 feet one and one-half inches
established by Tim Bausch, as a
football star from Kansas, a year
ago. Clark Chamberlain, of Michi-
gan State college, national inter-
collegiate cross-country champion,
hung up a new record of 9:23:1 for
the two-mile run, clipping :03.1 off
the record made by Orval Martin
of Purdue in 1930.
Pottle Ties For Second.
The pole vault was won by Mc-
Dermott, Illinois, 13 feet 6 inches;
Pottle, Michigan; Lansrud, Drake;
Coffman, Kansas; Johnson, Notre
Dame; Warne, Northwestern, all
tied at 13 feet for second place.
The 440-yard university relay .was
won by Kansas, Michigan's quartet
of Tolan, Campbell, Noyes, and
Murray placed second. Illinois was

third and Iowa fourth. The best
time was :42.1.
Michigan Sets Record in 880.
In the 880-yard university relay,
Michigan's team of Campbell, Rus-
sell, Noyes, Tolan placed first. Kan-
sas took second; Iowa, third; Illi-,
nois, fourth. Time 1:27 (New meet

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Shines in W olverine T1V(9i
Victories at Relays |, LhII
(Continued from Page 6)
that it has compiled an enviable
record in competition with. other
Steamsin the state in recent sea-
Ssons. Its only defeat to date this
year has been at the hands of Chi-
cago, the Midway aggregation hay-
'ing scored a decisive victory over
the Teachers last week. The Teach-
ers also beat the strong Wisconsin
nine in an early season game.
<., Couch Fisher is highly pleased
over the showing of the team in
yesterday's clash with the Hawk-
eyes, and if the several newcomers
f to the squad continue to play as
they did against Iowa the Wolver-
ines may yet develop into a strong
challenger in the Big Ten. Kracht
RkUSS'L.L. and Diffley especially starred a-
Wolverine quarter - miler, who gain.st the Hawkeyes club, both o±
aided the Michigan relay quartets them punching out three hits and
to turn in victories yesterday in playing nice games in the field. One
both the half and the mile events of Kracht's hits was good for two
at the Drake Relays at Des Moines. bases. Braendle, also, of the new-
The 880 team established. a new comers, played a nice game, gather-
record for this event at 1:27. ling two hits.

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WOLVES DEFEA T
IOWA IN PENEt
Nine Shows Fine Batting Eye
in Yesterday's Victory.
!Continued from Page 6)
four runs when Superko, Braendle,
Thompkins, and Hudson scored the
plate before the Hawks could. make,
a put-out. Again in the seventh;
frame Coach Fisher's nine donned
their batting clothes and drove in
four counters with four hits, one
walk, a balk, and a stolen base by
Hudson. In the eighth inning Ricke
relieved Ingraham on the moundf
for Iowa, but Michigan showed not
mercy and scored three more times.
It was in this same inning that
the Hawkeyes showed their last
burst of life and made capital of.
Norm Daniel's error to second base'
to score three runs to bring their
total to five for the afternoon.
From the showing made in the
game yesterday it appears that the
Wolves are in for a good Confer-
ence season if Tompkins and Comp-
ton are able to hold up the pitching
assignments. With three sophomores
and six veterans available Coach
Fisher has plenty of experienced
men to keep his team cool in the
tight places. The fielding has been
well above average so farwthis year,
and although Michigan was guilty
of two errors yesterday, the'derenst
was airtight for the greater part of
the, time. Offensively the varsity
proved to be stronger than was ex-
pected, and doubled the number of
Iowa's hits, showing a marked ten-
dency to hit when hits meant runs.

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IniramnaraI News
ALL-CAS!IUS IORSESHOES Phi.
More than 15 men have entered 7-Lambda Chi Alpha vs. Kappa Nu.
the All-Campus horseshoe tourna- 8-Theta Kappa Nu vs. Phi Kappa.
ment, Earl Riskey of the Intra- 9-Delta Sigma Pi vs. Phi Mu Delta.
mural Department announced last 10-Tau Kappa Epsilon vs. Delta
night. The matches will start this Chi.
week and each entry is expected 12-Michiganders vs. Chinese Stu-
to arrange his own date for the dents.
first round with his opponent. The Monday at 5:15.
Intramural office has the drawings 1-Phi Chi vs. Pi.Kappa Alpha.
made up and are on display. 2--Beta Theta Pi vs. Phi Kappa
FACULTY BASEBALL Sigma.
Faculty Baseball league started 3-Zeta Psi vs. Delta Phi.
its season last week. Last year's 4-Sigma Pi vs. Phi Beta Delta.
champions, the Chemistry nine, 5-Beta Sigma Psi vs. Delta Alpha
opened the season with a defeat at Epsilon.
the hands of the Dentistry team, 6-Phi Alpha Delta vs. Chi Phi.
8 to 5. Engineering Research de- 7-Alpha Kappa Lambda vs. Tau
feated the Eng-Archs, 19 to 4. Delta Phi.
Mathematics won from the Swim- 8-Hermitage vs. Pi Kappa Phi.
ming club, 8 to 1. Physics defeated 9-Alpha Omega vs. Trigon.
Zoology, 7 to 5. 10-Phi Rho Sigma vs. Alpha Phi
Standings. Delta.
Won Lost

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Dentistry.................1
Eng. Research ..............1
Mathematics ...............1
Physics ....................1
Eng-Archs .................0
Swimming Club............0
Zoology -....................0
Chemistry ..................0

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EXPERIENCED DETROITERS DEFEAT
WOLVERINES IN TENNIS MATCH,

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Hammer Drops Feature Contestj
to Former Teammate; Mud
Hinders Play.

nis star of Detroit was unable to
play.
The six o'clock rain prevented
the completion of several of the
doubles matches, but in most of

The veteran players of the De- them the Detroit players were lead-
troit Tennis Club defeated the Var- ing.
sity tennis team in a match in De- -ng._
troit yesterday afternoon by a score SUMMARIES
of 9-4. The watersoaked courts Singles: Barton (D) beat Ham-
were hastily rolled before the mSin(Ms16,a-2o108;).bea ndem
match, which was called at 2:30. mer (M), 1-6, 6-2, 10-8; G. Reindel
Large puddles behind the baselinesoD)nb(D) Brace (M), 6-4 6-1; Don-
were filled with dry sand. owan (D) beat Ryan (M), 8-6, 3-6,
w iy 6-4; Clarke (M) beat Spencer (D),
Speed of No Use. 6-2, 6-2; J. Reindel (M) beat Grawn
The battle yesterday afternoon I(D), 6-4, 7-5; Savish (D) beat Mills
went to the players with the most '(M), 6-2, 6-1; Smith (D) beat Sher-
highly perfected chop and place-!man (M), 6-1, 4-6, 9-7; Lewis (D)
ment games; speed was of practic- beat Pendell (M), 6-3, 7-9, 6-2;
ally no use on the muddy courts Ranck (M) beat Brandenburg (D),
which were so wet that after two 8-6, 6-1; Maxwell (D) beat Williams
or three games the new balls were (M), 6-2, 6-2.I
entirely covered ith clay. j Doubles: Brace-Ryan (M) beat
The feature match of the after- Donovan-Spencer (D), 6-3, 6-0;
noon, played between Hammer of Hibbard-Savish (D) beat Reindel-"
Michigan and his former teammate, Wells (M), 6-1, 2-6, 6-4. Maxwell-
Barton, turned out to be a bitter Smith (D) beat Ranck-Sherman
three-set struggle, which finally (M) in the last set, 6-4. The other
ended in a victory for the latter doubles matches were called on ac-
in the final set which went at 10-8. count of rain and darkness.
Both men had had the set at the
last point only to fail in the crisis. Play by Play Account
Reindels Shine.
ein ie- -of Wolverine Victory

Daniels. Mowry sent a hard single
to center scoring Kenny. Daniels
made a nice stop of Nelson's liner
but threw wild to second. Reed-
quist singled to left field, and went
to second on Braendle's fumble
while Mowry scored. Frego flied out
to Draebicke, and Nelson scored on
the throw. Reigert grounded out.
Three runs. Three hits. Two errors.
Michigan: Tompkins drew a pass.
Hudson sacrificed, Nelson to Reed-
quist. Diffley singled out third, scor-
ing Tompkins. Diffley stole second.
Daniels singled through second,
scoling Diffley. Draebicke flied out.
Kracht doubled to center field, scor-
ing Daniels. Compton fouled to
Nelson. Three runs. Three hits.
One error.
NINTh INNING - Iowa: Fiala
batted for Ricke. Fiala singled to
left field. Porter singled to short.
Kenny forced Porter at second.
Koser fouled out to Diffley. Mowry
drew a base on balls. Nelson forced
Mowry for the final out. No runs.
Two hits. No errors.

DIAMOND Wednesday, April 29.
5-Dentistry vs. Physics
6-Chemistry vs. Economics
7-Eng-Archs vs. Mathematics
8-Eng. Re search vs. Swim Club
FRATERNITY PAIRINGS
Diamond Monday, April 27, 4:15
1-Delta Kappa Epsilon vs. Alpha
Chi Rho.
2-Phi Epsilon Pi vs. Psi Upsilon.
3-Delta Upsilon vs. Chi Psi.
4-Zeta Beta Tau vs. Theta Chi.
5-Omega Psi Phi vs. Sigma Alpha
Mu.
6-Delta Tau Delta vs. Delta Sigma
Tigers Defeat Browns;
Cubs Lose to Pirates
(Continued From Page 6)
8 to 3 victory for the Chicago Cubs
over the Pittsburgh Pirates. The
Cubs took the lead in the second,
2 to 1, and held it until the Pirates
evened it in the fifth. Another tally
in the seventh put the Easterners
on top, but Spencer, who had re-
lieved Kremer for the Pirates,
weakened and he and Grant gave
the Cubs six runs in their last
chance at bat.

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It was a victorious afternoon for
the Rein dels, John playing for
Michigan, and George for the De-
troit club. Both handily disposed
of their opponents in their singles
matches. Ira Reindel, another ten-
record). The old record was 1:27.5,
established by Illinois in 1923 and
tied by Michigan in 1925.
100-yard dash: Won by Glass,
Oklahoma Aggies; Tolan, Michigan,
second; Swift, Washington State,
third; McCormick, Notre Dame,
fourth. Time :09.7.
Two-mile university relay was
also won by Michigan (Braden,
Wolf, Austin, and Turner). Wash-
ington State took second; Drake,
third; Marquette, fourth. Time
7:52.2.
The one-mile university relay was
won by- Michigan also (Eknovich,'
DeBaker, Glading, Russell); Notre
Dame placed second; Rice Institute,
third; Northwestern, fourth. Time
3:18.1.

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ped to Kenny. Tompkins was out
Ingraham to Reedquist. No runs.
No hits. No errors.
SEVENTH INNING-Iowa: Krachtj
threw out Reigert at first. Ingra-
ham fanned. Porter fouled to Su-
perko. No runs. No hits. No errors.
Michigan: Hudson singled to
short left field. Diffley popped to
Kenny. Hudson stole second. Dan-1
iel's singled to left field scoring
Hudson. Draebicke walked. Ricke
replaced Ingraham in the box for
Iowa. Daniels and Draebicke each
advanced a base on a balk by Ricke.
Kracht singled through short scor-
ing Daniels and Draebicke. Comp-
ton was out, Ricke to Reedquist.
Superko singled through third and,
went to second on the throw.
Braendle was out, Ricke to Reed-
quist. Four runs. Four hits. No'
errors.
EIGHTH INNING-Iowa: Kenny
doubled to center. Koser flied to

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