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'USDAY, APRIL 28, 1931

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YINJURED ATHLETICS MAY UPSET
NuL TEA'SCHACE FOR PNN NT
Preseason Prophets Didn't See however, he was at ^econe base
Possibility for So Many when the umpire first called "Play
" , ~ ~Americans Hurt. ball" for the start of the season.

Wolverine Swimmers
Take Pair of Titles.
Adoi ioVnal honorws werewoiT ast
Saturday by members of the wol.-
veine Varsity swimming team. In
a nieet at the Detroit Yacht chup,

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While Maize and Blue Is
Held to Seven Hits.

KALAMAZOO, Apr. 27.-(A3)
-Michigan defeated the Western
State Teachers' college 4 to 2,
in a looscly played gan, here to-
day. Neigenfind held the visitors
to seven hits, but four of them
were bunched for three runs in
the second inning when the Wolv-
erines sewed up the game.
Score by innings:

During the fourth inning of the in which several Michigan natator
IBy Sheldon C. Fullerton, '3?. game he again turned his knee, competed for National Junior A. A.
Before the major league baseball and was forced to leave the con- U. championships, the Wolves car-
started, it was freely predicted that es Ahg eiiedtoffh two titles, one in the fancy
the Philadelphia Athletics would test. Aldhough he was back the' diving and the other in the 200
march on to a third consecutive next day and has played in every yard sprint relay.
American League title providing game thus far, he is operating at Fred Fenske. diver and sprinter,t
that the team suffered no injuries far below his usual ability, as he gained first place in the diving
I that might tale some of its major muit favor the tick knce aev 4event to annex the national c h an
stars out of the lineup. At the same instat pionship in a contest in which
time it was sadtaWshno, many prmiet'uio i r wr
Cleveland, and New Ysnork would Dick Porter, slugging right field- entered. Setting a new A. A. U. ree-
probably furnish most of the Mack- er of the Tribe, has also been out ord for Michigan. a quartet of tank-
of commission, and the total num- men, consisting of John Schmieler,i
men k owosion, providing that1 ber of innings he has worked so far Frank iennedy. Bob Ladd, andj
Lady Luck was also good to them
in the matter of injuries. has been limited to two. Directly Ivan. Smith, all Varsity :swimmers,I
. . .x. after the e nr ' h wa nfied t-mA ,A dX11 d l t~i -to i,

Ca PJSAFICHE , q
Growing Sport to Claim William
Tells as Next Intramural
Program Feature.
All--campus archery competition
will be the next sport started on
the spring Intramural sports calen-E
dar and it is scheduled for opening
matches on May sixth. This leaves
little more than a week for all
those that are interested and want
to get their names in for competi-
tion.
Archery Grows as Sport.
The popularity of this sport has
become so great that the Intramu- 1

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Batteries - McKay, Tompkins
and Diffley; Neigenfind and
Thomas.
Winter weather caused Michigan
to make most of their five errors
in the last inning when Western
State made their only runs. McKay
was pulled in the fifth inning so
that Captain Tompkins could get
a work-out. The latter was unable
to stop the opponents as well as
McKay.
Western Mtate scored two runs in
the ninth inning without a ball
batted out of the infield. Neigen-
find, left-handed ace of the Teach-
er's team, held the Wolverines at
bay except in the second inning.
Hudson was out by pitch to first
In the opening play of the second
inning. Diffley singled and Daniels
trippled scoring him. Drbicke was
hit by Neigenfind and stole second.
Kracht doubled sending both Dan-
iels and Drabicke across the plate.
McKay was also hit by the pitcher
and raced to third on Superko's
single. Brendle forced Superko at
second while McKay was heldon
third. With men on third and first.
Captain Tompkins struck out and
Michigan had tallied three times,
enough to win the game.
Michigan found particular diffi-
culty in connecting with the slants'
of the left-handed ace, Neigenfind
Coach Fisher opinioned after the
game that the wintry weather
caused many of Michigan's five
errors.
SE1I BR ICS COOO
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(Continued From Page 6)
son and may come through to round
out a hard hitting Wolverine infield.
Drabicke, in right, showed a poten-
tial batting punch in the cages dur-
ing indoor practice, but has yet to
get his batting eye on the ball in
the outdoor drills.
Michigan Strong on Defense.
* The addition of Kracht and Dif-
fiey to the Wolverine team has
given it added punch and a con-
siderable gain in fielding strength.
Diffley is a far better receiver than
Truskowski was last season, and
his steady work behind the plate
should have a good effect on the
hurling of the Maize and Blue
mound staff. Kracht made several
difficult plays in Saturday's game
look easy, and in addition pounded
out three hits to lead 'the batting
attack. One of his blows'was a dou-
ble, Michigan's only extra base hit
of the game.
NEW YORK-Prices ranging from
$25 to $5.49 have been set for seats
to the Schmeling-Stribling world's
championship fight that will be
held in Cleveland's new stadium
on July 3.
PITTSBURGH-Bob Osborn, right
handed pitcher of the Chicago
Cubs, has recently been sold to the
Pittsburgh Pirates for an unan-
nounced sum.I
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Yet, only two weeks after the
opening of the year, several of the
stars of the competing clubs have !
already been put out of commis-
sion or are not playing in their best
physical condition. Of the four
clubs mentioned only Washington
has been fortunate to date.
Cleveland Loses Two Stars.
The first two blows fell on thef
Cleveland Indians, Johnny Hod-
app, brilliant second baseman and
one of the hardest hitters in the
league wrencheddhis knee in an
exhibition game during the spring
training season. He let it rest for
several weeks, but again just three'
days before the campaign began
he gave it another wrench. Not
wanting to stayout of the opener,
Hoyt Points Squad to Ohio Re-
lays Saturday; Competition
t.o be Strong.
(Continued From Page 6)
State outfit with. an advantage at
the finish of over 25 yards. The
half-mile team of Campbell, Rus-
sell, Tolan, and Noyes hung up a
new meet record in this relay by
cutting a half second off the old
time of 1:27.5 which was set back
in 1923 by Illinois.
Pottle Places Second.
Individual honors in which Capt.
Pottle captured a tie for second in
the pole vault, Egleston's brilliant
run to win a fourth in the high,
hurdles, and Cox's third in the
hammer throw at 138 feet all add-
ed to a team total which stamped
the Wolverine track aggregation as
the outstanding team of the carni-
val.

pv I oJUL CasseZ'1t, C,11 '11t4Wj3UULILUL ,ULU WU.. al COM comp orstO Win U t. th hL11ntari-
to bed with a serious cold, and al- the 200 yard relay in 1:38. ral department sponsors a course
though he is now back in uniform in the science of manipulating the
he is too weak to take a regular -pbow and arrow. Dr. Lynn Frank,
part in the game. UU1who is surgeon in charge at the
Fuheid Fedscie Forces Out Foxx. FiedHouse, is the instructor and
Jimmy Foxx of the Athletics was hasrbeen interested in the game for
injured shortly after the start of - Yeanse
the season when he pulled a muscle r Any persons who have already
in his leg and was forced to leave d__ one so may apply there at his
the team for a few days. Even office and acquire equipment and
though he is now again playing he Calamity Jane, Famous Putter, instruction. Bows, arrows, and tar-
is forced to go slowly for fear of Goes Back on Owner in gets are all furnished by the In-
further injuring himself. Match. tramural Departmentsand Dr. Ly-
Charity Mth nam conducts classes at special
The most sensational of the in- {hours. The bulletin boards carry
jures so far has been to Babe Ruth, LOS ANGELES, April 27. -(/P)- this notice at all times and will
who was sent to the hospital last "Calamity Jane" lay dejected in give the applicant the schedule of
week after collapsing due to an in- Bobby Jones' golf bag today. instruction periods..
jury to his thigh. Ruth may be out happened in a best-bali The tournament is open to any
for a short time only, but at anyI.pb student on the campus who wants
rate he will not be at his best when match for charity, in which Jones to compete, with the exception stip-
he returns. Dusty Cooke, Babe's and Leo Diegel, Agua Caliente pro, !t ethth the
substitute in right field, was also mudded through 13 holes to finish archery championship twice is bar_
carried off the field a few days ago, all-square with California's Dutra red from future competition. Twelve
and Lou Gehrig, the slugging first'shots 1ilbe
baseman, is taking it easy during brothers, Mortie of Long Beach, and
these early games for fear of ag- Olin of Santa Monica. a possible score of 324 points. The
gravating an injury that has slowed The surprising thing was that it individual with the highest num-
him up. was Jones who had the highest ber of points wins and is recogniz-
- - score, a 75. Diegel and Olin shot ed by the award of a trophy cup,
GAR W OOD FAILS 74s on the wet 69-par course while Dee Present Trophy Holder.
Mortie came out with the honors, a Charles Dee at present holds the
T EATRECO D 73.trophy from last year, which he
Even on Bobby's thirty-seventh won with a score of 168 for a total
MliAMf BEACH, Fla., April 27.-- putt, a dramatic 5-footer which hac of 36 shots. M. Brizdle was the run-
610)-Motor adjustments temporari- it dropped, would have won the nerup for that season. A larger field
]y held up Gar Wood's attempt to match on the eighteenth, did Ca- of entrants will make the final
break theworld speed boat record lamity Jane fail. Jones stepped scores closer and may result in a
of 1>3.49 miles per hour today after ankle deep into a flooded barranco play-off to decide the champion-
he had made three early morning to explode his submerged ball - ship. The shooting will be run off
runs in the Miss America IX over most into the cup. in the Field House on the targets
the mieasurec mile course in Indian Mortie Dutra and Diegel were in that stand there the year around
Creek. ' similar difficulties and were less open to all for practice.
All three of the nuns fell short fortunate in getting out, while!
of the record, which was set in Olin's third was 15 feet from the
South America some time ago by pin. Bobby took ununusal piecau-
Kaye Don of England. tion as he addressed the ball. It was
The first trial, southward over no use. He explained it later.
the course, was timed at 102.281! "I knew the putt was lined up
miles per hour. The second, run right, but after such a miserable
northward, was 101,034 miles per showing on the greens, I had lost
hour, while the third, again south- confidence, and pulled the shot
war d, was clocked at 101.256 miles slightly." The ball rolled 3 inches
per hour. to the left of the cup, but allowed
-- ----- him to halve the hole, for Olin also
VARSITY TO HOLD was down in 2 for a 5. R E AI R I NG2
Bobby took the 38 strokes on the
GRID SCRIMMAGES greens, whereas Diegel and Olin
used 32 each and Mortie 30.
(Contin d fr 'j 9P 1 ALLER S

Some of the first round matches NOTICE
in the fraternity tennis tournament During the hours of Varsity games
were played off last week, but the and track meets the Intramural
majority of them were postponed building is open to all activities ex-
because of incicmeni: weather. It 1 cept swimming. Those wishing to
is necessary .0 okeep wae play going! go out to Ferry Field to play tennis,
steadily in order to keep the tour- I horseshoes, etc., while these Var-
nament up to tiame and the Depart-! sity sports are going on must prc-
mentreques.G a:i contestants ato sent coupon books at the main gate,
play off their matches as soon as all doors from the Intramural
po.ssible. Building to Ferry Field being closed
The following matches will be at that time.
played today at 5 p. in.: INDOOR TENNIS
COURTS Because of the aaequate and
Phi Gamma Delta--hi Beta Del- splendid outdoor facilities provided
ta. Courts 4, 6. for tennis, the Intramural Depart-
Sigma Chi--Chi Psi. Courts 1, 2, ment discourages the playing of in-
3, Colliseum. door tenniis during the spring sea-
Phi Kappa Psi-Zeta Psi. Courts son. On days when the weather will
1, 2, 3. . not permit playing out of doors,
Pi Lambda Phi-Sigma ahi Epsi- the indoor courts may be used with
Ion. Courts 4, 5, 6 Collisenm . the usual restrictions.
Phi Epsilon Pi-Lambda Chi Al- CORRECTION
pha. Courts 7, 8, 9. In our recent notice regarding
Alpha Tau Omega-Phi Lambda all-campus tennis singles it was
Kappa. Courts 10,11, i2. I stated in the Daily that the entries
Delta Sigma Phi and Phi Mu close on May 1st. This was an er-
Delta will play off their match at ror for the entries are now closed,
,400 p i. tonight on the Coliseum the tourney drawn up and play
courts 1, 2, 3. started.
Of the above games, Phi Gamma -------
Delta will be playing Phi Beta Delta
in a third round match , while I A S S I F I
Sigma Alpha Mu will play the win- ADVERTISIG" D
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The winner of each nratch in ten- South State Streety,
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(Continued from Page 6)
The trials for these places, as well
as for the Freshman team will con-
tinue for at least two more days
and possibly longer, depending on
the weather.

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With these nonors stored away in
the hall of fame, Coach Hoyt is get-
ting the boys down to business
again in preparation for the annual
Ohio Relays which are scheduled
for next Saturday down at Colum-
bus. The Drake squad will be sup-
plemented by a good many of the
other outstanding men on the team
fo, the trip this week-end, Coach
Hoyt said. Ohio State appears to be
the outstanding competitor for the
Wolverines at the Columbus meet
for the Buckeyes also annexed the
lion's share of the honors over at
the Penn Relay carnival, taking the
440, the medley, and the two-mile
relays. Their time for the two-mile
equalled that of the Michigan team
and it appears that these two will
settle their differences, if there is
any, by one of the best races or
the program.
Fast Field to Compete.
Other stars who will probably bc
entered in the Columbus carniva
include two Minnesota stars, Haaw'
who is Tolan's best opponent in the
century and Munn, star shot artist.
The Ohio relays will 'be the last of
the meets previous to the Big Ten
competition which will open here
the following Saturday with Min-
nesota, the only home meet on the
schedule.

nu2iueu irom rage u)
Because of the cold some of the
teams sought refuge in the confines
of the field house where they work-
ed cut their formations unmindfulj
of the icy atmosphere outside onR
the field..
Today's practice will probably be
largely devoted to puting on the
final touches for each team before
the initial start in the stadium.

NEW HAVEN-For the first time
in history a Yale crew will row in
the West onl June 16 when the
Eli oarsmen tackle the University
of Washington light crew at Seat-

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