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April 29, 1931 - Image 6

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ine Run Rally in Fifth Brings




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National -League
Philadelphia 9-Boston 8
New York 3-Brooklyn 2
St. Louis 8-Pittsburgh 2
American League
Chicago 6--Detroitn5
Cleveland 10-St. Louis 9
New York 7-'Washington 7


'Tbree Hits, Four Errors Enable
1iire Team to Cross Plate
as 1osei Defense Fails.
C ,y Jo. ll t.scli
y rushin every man on the
team aeois the plate in the efifth
inning o'f ystrday's game with
Hosei University of Japan, Michi-f
gan took its second home game of
the season 12-5.
Coming into the fifth frame, the
Wolverine Varsity was trailing its
opponct 5-3, but after such a dis-
play of walks, errors, and misplayst
as will probably not be seen here
ag ain this se;we; mixed with three
tone a home run by Hudson,
Coach Fisher's nine piled up nine
runs before a man was put out.
Tompkins started the rout when he
walked to start the inning. Hud- I
ion then stepped to the plate and
put the ball far out into left field
to score the Michigan captain
ahead of him. From this point on
the invaders seemed to go to pieces,
and could not stop the Maize and
Blue until, Hudson came to bat
again and flied out.
Hosei Scores First.
Hosei scored first in the second ;
inning when two walks an error
and one hit brought two of the Japs
across the plate. Again in the
fourth inning Hosei pounded in
three counters, and it appeared
that Michigan was in for a most in-
teresting afternoon.
However, the Wolves started to
find themselves in the fourth and
counted twice after Daniels had~
polled out a pretty triple and scor-
ed on Eastman's hit. Kracht scored
after he had reached first on a,
fielder's choice, and raced home on
Suphrko's single.
Both Teams Make Errors.
The game yesterday was marred
by the numerous errors which both
teams were guilty of. Hosei was the
worst offender, especially in the
fifth inning, but the play of the
Varsity was far from perfect.
Coach Fisher used three pitchers
in the rout yesterday. Bartholomew
started the game, but worked him-
self into several holes, and was re-
lieved by McNeal, who while no
runs were scored while he pitched,
showed a remarkable lack of con-
trol. Compton was then sent to
the mound, and gave a very good
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42 out of 54

Many of Last Year's Regulars
Will See First Strenuous
Action of Season.

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Assoiatd Pess Photo
Eddie Tolan, Michigan's (extrerne left), holder of the efficial world's recard for tie100-yars ,isI
shown being nosed cut at the tape by Peyton Glass, Oklahoma Aggies (extreme right), at the Drake Relays
in 9.7 seconds. This made the third straight year in which the Wolverine slar failed to capture the event
at Des Moines. Swift, of Washington State (second from left), and McCormick of Notre Dame (fifth from
left), finished third and fourth respectively.

Hammer Gains Ranking Position
by Victory Over Brace.
Developments in Varsity tennis I NEW YORK, April 28.--(AP)-The
are progressing rather slowly be- United States is due to outdo itself
cause of the few real chances they in the crowning of two "recognized"
have had to run off ranking world heavyweight boxing cham-
matches. Construction work on the s
Varsity courts yesterday forced the pions.
squad to play on other courts at The country has boasted at least
Ferry Field which are, needless to I one heavy king almost since it was
say, not quite what the men have in existence, but only the most op-
been used to on their own set. The timistic ever dreamed of possessing
nets are being renewed and stron- a pair. Their vision and foresight
ger backstops are being set in on at last is to be rewarded.
the Varsity courts to get them ready Jimmy Johnston, dapper Brooklyn
for scheduled competition. promoter, yesterday gathered all
Coach Johnstone feels that the the boys in the same room and an-
team needs plenty of competition nounced, very formerly, that Jack
and hopes to be able to arrange a Sharkey and Primo Carnera has
game with the Ypsi squad as soon signed for a 15-round champion-
as possible. Such a match however ship engagement the night of June'
will have to be made up at a mo- 10 at Ebbets Field.
ments notice and can hardly be! That makes it a pair, as Max
announced before hand, although Schmeling and Young Stribling al-
connections were being attempted ready were under contract to clash
in Ypsilanti last night for a game at Cleveland July 3 for the same
today. purpose.
Ypsi has a fairly good team and Both Sharkey and Carnera at-
(Contlnued on iage 7) tended yesterday's gathering here.


Cissell's home run in the seventh
inning of yesterday's game brought
defeat to the Detroit Tigers at thej
hands of the Chicago White Sox
by a margin of one run. The Tigers'
took an early lead which was over-
come in the sixth inning when Chi-
cago went two runs ahead as Vic
Sorrell allowed them five hits from
which they were able to gleam'
three runs. Runs by Dugan and G.
Walker evened the score immed-
iately afterward, but Cissell's ho-j
mer put the Hose forward oncej
more for the remainder of the
Pat Caraway, Chicago southpaw,
pitched for the Sox. Sorrell hurled
six innings for the Tigers and was
replaced by Uhle, Stone at the time
relieving G. Walker in left field.
In New York the Yankees and
Senators were unable to break a 7
to 7 tie established in the ninth in-
ning, although they played on for
five extra rounds. Gomez relieved
Sherid for the extra innings to
hold Washington scoreless through-,
out five periods, while Marberry
and Fisher took the place of Jones4
(Continued on Page 7)

l li of c-1r- oon will see M ichig a's
:pilrunIs o'or positions on the 1931
eCeven in genuine action for the
fz time t'i: sp _ig with the ini-
tial sciimimage in the stadium.
livery man on the squad will proba-
bly see service in today's fray, as Michigan's entry in the eighth
this will give the coaches an oppor- annual Ohio relays this week-end
Stunity to get a further line on the will be one of the largestydelega-
candidates. tions entered in the Buckeye earni-
All three teams into which the val which will wind up the relay
group has been divided will have a season for 1931. Coach Charles Hoyt
chance to show their ability under will take a bns load of the Varsity
fire for the first time. The line-up thinclads to the Columbus affair,
of the blue team will be composed he announced, thus giving the
largely of men who were on last Maize and Blue a fine opportunity
year's Varsity. These include Hewitt in its bid for team honors at the
and Hozer, ends; Miller, tackle; La- meet.
Jeunesse, Sikkenga, Oehman, and It appears that this carnival will
Marcovsky, guards; Morrison, cen- be a meeting of champions, for
ter; and Newman, Tessmer, and many of the winers from the Penn,
Yost, backs. Some of the "B" team Drake, Kansas, and Texas meetings
and freshmen on this eleven are are entered, and will bring together
Frisk, Rock, Everhardus, and Cloh- (Continue. on Page 7)
The second squad is made up of
freshmen and members ofmlast fall's
Junior Varsity, including Petoskey,
Renner, Bernard, Winston, Kelley,
Holland, Ratterman, Fay, Chapman,
Heston, and Wistert. Included on
the third eleven are Savage, West-
over, Conover, Emling, .Stinespring,
Pederson, Miller, and Smietanke. I
Today's struggle in the Michigan
bowl is to be the first in a series of
similar scrimmage sessions to take
place during the next week and a
half before the termination of the
spring training period on Friday,
May 8. This afternoon's affair will
get started about 4 o'clock.
The teams will work as units, two
groups scrimmaging together. As
this will be the opening session n o
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Baos. ..... 132 011900 " 8 11
'Phil. ... 241 000 101 9 16 z
Cantwell, Frankhouse, Cunning-
ham and Spohrer, Scronin; Elliot,
Watt,.Dudley, Elliot and Davis.
Brkin. . . 0 110 000 2 11 1
N. York . 021 000 O0x 3 4 1
Clark and Lopez; Mitchell and
Pitts. .... 011 000 000 2 9 2
St. Louis 103 031 000 8 5 4
Wood .and Phillips; Grimes and
Chicago and Cincinnati-No gamei
Det. . ....021 000 200 5 1. 3
Chi. ..... 000 203 10X 6 11 2
Sorrell,Uhle -and Hayworth; Car-
away and Tate.
St. Louis 000 001 008 0 9 ~16 5
Clev......120 001 203 1 10 16 2
}Blaholder, Kimsey and 'Ferrell .
Brown, Hudlin, Harder, Miller and


N. York 101 110 012 000 00
Wash. .000 220 603 000 00

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pipe tobacco

and Yale agrees
OOK UP at the windows of
Harkness to find out what
the Yale man smokes. In the spring-
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window seat with a pipeful of
Edgeworth between his teeth.
On Chapel Street ... out at the
Bowl... everywhere the Yale man
goes, his pipe and Edgeworth go
with him. And at 42 out of 54 of
the leading colleges and universities
Edgeworth is the favorite tobacco.
A tobacco must be good to win
the vote of so many discriminating
smokers. And Edgeworth is good.
To convince yourself try Edgeworth.
You can get it wherever tobacco is
sold ...150 a tin. Or, for a generous
free sample, write to Larus & Bro.
Co., 105 S. 22d St., ,Richmond,
Edgeworth is a blend




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