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April 30, 1931 - Image 6

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Dities Against hivaders
ii First Contest.
PROBABLE LINEUPS

His Pitcher and Team
Stood Out Yesterday

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'olgate
Dowler, cf.
Weed, 2b
Anderson, 3b
Terry,(c) if
Cottrell, rf
Dashner, ss
Callan,lb
Litster,c
Purple, Lyman
David or
Beldon, p

Mdichigan
Superko, 3b
Braendle, If
Tompkins,(c) cf
Hudson,lb
Diftley, c
Daniels, 2b
Eastman, rf
Kracht, ss
McNeil, p

Colgate University's baseball team
will invade Ferry Field at 4:05
o'clock this afternoon to do battle
with Michigan's hard hitting nine
in the first of a two-game series
that will constitute the final tuneup
contests before the Wolverines fin-
ally settle down to the task of cross-
ing bats with some of their Confer-
ence opponents.
Although Michigan has looked
fairly strong at the plate in the
team's two appearances here, it will
have to be able to muster plenty of
power today if it hopes to defeat
the eastern school, which always in
the past been able to give the Wol-
verines a real battle. It cannot be
expected that Colgate will curl up
and commit a lot of errors that will
permit the Maize and Blue to step
out ahead as Hosei did Tuesday.
In an effort to take the first game
of the series, the second of which
will be played tomorrow, Coach Ray.
Fisher thought of sending Verne
Compton, right handed hurling ace,
to the mound. Compton hurled the
last four innings against Hosei
Tuesday and was able to breeze
through easily without so much asI
one man reaching first against him.
Six of the Japanese players were
retired via the strikeout route in .
his four innings on the mound, and
it is likely that several more would
have gone out in thattmanner had
the Wiolverine hurler tried to bear
down on them. He fanned the side
(Continued on Page 7)

t AMCoach
team of
M :J day to
l end to
make a
first ho
Ohio R
Drake 1.
Sbright fi
ain even
than the
igan an
ors on t
compari
A tot
leges, an
17 state
competi
Roger Peckinpaugh out of
Manager of the Cleveland Indians, made in
who saw his star pitcher, Wesley igan re
Ferrell, make a real name for him- and spri
self yeserday by puciing a no-hit as expe
game and accounting for a home Chief
run and a double while at bat. was th
Averill also socked a homer. Tolan,
who ra:
Maize and Blue Court sGeorge
Team PlaysWith Ypsi 9.5 seco
year, bu
Michigan's Varsity tennis squad chancet
played a last minute arrangement
of tennis with the Ypsilanti team The W
yesterday afternoon in the way of in two
gettting in some more competition mile, an
that the men need so badly. Seven meet re
sets of single were run off, while time of
three doubles set-ups were played was cloc
in the course of the afternoon. Holly
Repairs on the Varsity courts not hammer
being completed yet, the teams distance
were equally handicapped by hav- heave t
ing to play on the other Intramural opponen
courts. The games that resulted' set a ne
were quite interesting with an up- Wolverin
set in one single match, two stir- mark to
ring singles heats, end one excit- Neitherc
ing doubles match. pete this
Ryan beat Creslewski 6-3, 6-3 in, Booke
his match, while Reindel won from Michiga
(Continued on Page 7)

Wil AI r flr(f NEW CROP OF ROOKIES MAKE GOOD a
r UIL L I)UhdL SHOWING IN BIG LEAGUE BASEBALL j n Ovrs PCads
t W m Ov r Prates
Ahugh only several weeks of for Donie Bu=h. Vic Frasi , a
the Aerican League baseball sea-pitcher,is highly touted, bt
son have been completed, there isI been rougihly trcated1 L_,Nhsfit
alreadly a fairly long list of rookiesI few ateps
Prospects Face Varsity that look . e attempts. expensive Nkw York.
ytalokto be better than oea
Eighth Annual Ohio average first year performer in the outfieldcr, is the only starrig n'-'
big show. Of these new men the coner to apuear with that cub.
Relays Saturday. kN .
western clubs have fared far the although several of the new pich--
Charles Hoyt will select a better than their eastern rivals, ers are said to have the stuff to
approximately 25 men to- indicating that ihe four western win i the majors.i
make the trip this week teams, Cleveland. Detroit, St. Louis. Phidelph a offers Hank U. on
Columbus where they will and Chicago, may be able to make ald, a 19 year old right handed piar- r
determined effort to cop a better showing this year than in cher, as its coice_ for i
nors in the Eighth Annual the past several campaigns aga Inst !laurels. McDonald has app red in
elays. After triumphing at the eastern pennant contenders. several games. ad has shown a
ast week the prospects look Detroit supplies five of the out- ord of sut With t ov l
for the Wolverines to make standing new men who are at pies- Athletics behind him he should be-
n better showing at Ohio ent playing a good brand of, ball. a big winner-
ey did last year when Mich- Gerald and Harvey Walker and I Boston's pair of =rirst year stars
d Illinois tied for first hon- Frank Doljac, three outflielders, all to date has been VanCanp and
the unofficial basis of team have won berths with the club and Winsett, a pair of outfielders. Van -
son, probably will be retained. Harvey 1Cae is leading the AmericaL
Lag il nee.Walker especially looks like a real League in batting, although lie has ,
Large Field Entered.lok 1! h not appeared in all of the team's . -._- ---.
- find. Tom Bridges, a right handed no perdi lftet a'
al of 140 universities, col- hurler, has delivered a winning games. Winsett has been used chief_-
ad high schools representing brand of ball, andrMarvin Owen, ly as a pinch hitter, but has looked Haines,
s participated in last year's the new shortstop, has looked to b good in that role. Horsehide twirler for the St. Loul,;
tion, breaking 22 records one of the real finds of the season. Cardinals, pitched his team to a'
35 events on the card. The i Fhna win over the Pirates yesterday to
At Cleveland the fans are all IBres i-nn aseball
vies' greatest showing was the tune of 7 to 1.
the field events, the Mich- bragging about the ability of Joe .
presentatives in the relays Vosmik, former Cleveland sandlot .eani uns o f ani e
ints failing to come through star, who is now clouting the ball- FEW VACANCIES
cted. to all corners of the lot in his major With the first practice game forRE MAIN.,N G.L,
league debut. He is a left fielder. 1 the freshman baseball team last ! RE AIN INGOLF
among the disappointments nother member of the Tribe sure night, Coach. Bennie Oosterbann - -w
fie performance of Eddie to stick is Fay Thomas, lanky hurl- .had-a chance to look over the squad f As a result of the qualifying trials
Michigan's negro speedster e. I of 55 baseball players. which have been in progress for the
n. second to his old rival, plylat ^ ochTomsTuelo
8impson, of Ohio State. St. Louis has added a wealth of His first team consists of Water- ast week, Coach Thomas Trueblood
i, who ran the century in new talent in Irving Burns first ber, Baldwin, F i s h, Ferguson, announced that the respective
nds, will not compete this baseman, Jim Levey, shortstop, and Brown Menefee, Artx, Dobb and4 rankings; of themembers ofthe
t Tolan will have another Lin Storti, third baseman. Levey several other men have good pros-y d s n fd
to gain the honors. has looked the best of this group pects of sticking with the team af- s practically complet ed However,.I
so far, but the ethers will also ter the first cut scheduled for next there still remain about five va-
Relays are Strong. bear watching .tnaddition the week r td cancies on each of the two squads.
Wolverines also gained firsts Browns have added two new out- --------- - Johnny Bergelin, 1929 Varsity
relay events, the quarter fielders in Waddey and Bettencourti GRAND RAPIDS, April 23.-(/')- captain, will be in charge of the
nd one mile, breaking the but so far they have failed to star.'/Martin Levandowski, state light I Freshman team, and John Fisher,
cord in the latter with a , . f f heavyweight champion will defend who holds the number one ranking
3:21.5. The 440-yard relay Chicago's nominees for first year his championship belt here tonight position among the freshmen has
ked at :41.6. honors are Luke Appling, brilliant against Johnny Hoekstra, of Niles. been appointed captain.
Campbell,. giant Wolverine shortstop, and Mel Simons, former - - - - -
thrower, tossed the iron a American Association slugger, who
of 164 feet, one inch, a is roaming the center field pastures FRENCH AND ENGLISH
hat beat out his nearest -
t by 15 feet, one inch, and BERETS FOR BOYS
ew record. Pattoih, another $5.00
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To _y
L LC
Johnny Howard Has Recovered
From His Illness to Get
Back to Practice.
Yesterday'a fair weather provided
fetirst go od opportunity in several
days for members of the Varsii
golf squad to effectively work on
the flaws which were evident in
their 15-3 victory over Michigarn
State last weekend.
Johnny Howard. one of last year's
most dependable reulars, h1as fully
r-overed from the illness which
has cramped his style for the past
few weeks, and is rounding into
shape nicely for the meet with Ohio
State. He put in a few minutes of
work on his short game yesterdav,
especially the short chips, and
finally got them rolling dead to the
pin.

Handt, who UistLiguisdimcU 711iseif
by his excellent play ast week, will
probably get the cali again Satur-
day when the Wolverines tee off
against the Buckeyes.
The strength of the Ohio State
contingent is unknown, cept for
the fact that the winner and run-
ner-up in the State Championship
tournament last summer are occu-
pying the first and second ranking
positions, all of which seems to
indicate that the Wolverines are in
(Continued on 'age )
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STARTING TODAY AND LASTING TEN DAYS EVERY GARMENT AND ALL
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FOR OUR NEW SHOP AT 310 SOUTH STATE. TO BE OCCUPIED ON OR E-
FORE AUGUST 15.

A fine
Spring
cludes

selection of the New
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extra pants or knicl-

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$50.,9 Now$4

Neckwear
New Spring Colors
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Just received a new selection
of Polo and Camel hair coats,
Thy go at these prices.
L - h -00 N ow mo,. y..I
$37.0 Now$
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H00 Now $ z'

$40 .00 Now 28
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Hosiery

$25' "

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SHIRTS

Half Hose and Golf Hose.
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New Plus Six
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and see the fine

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offered
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Nunn-Bush Plain and
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We are offering a new se-
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Summer wardrobe.
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