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1931

THE MICHICAN DAILY ha a t

FOOTBALL

SQ AD

HAS

FIRST

SCRIMMAGE

FE UTSTANDING'aWi9 ..
Third Team Broken up to Fill'
Out Two Squads; Hewitt
and Hozer Star.
Yesterday afternoon saw Michi-
gan's gridiron candidates in the ini-
tial scrimmage session of the an-
nual spring training period. Play
took place on South Ferry field.
Practically every man on the
squad got into the fray, and play
did not follow along the lines of the
three groups which were originally
established. The third team being
broken up and the men placed on
the other two squads. In later prac-
tices the same plan will be used,
there being only two groups instead
of three.
Hewitt, Hozer Star.
Bill Hewitt and Stan Hozer, who
held down the flank positions on
the blue team, played a good brand
of ball all the time they were in
the game. Both men were right on
the job whenever the opposing
eleven attempted to skirt around
their ends, and were instrumental
in breaking up several of the ene-
my's plays.
Newman called signals for the
blue crew during most of the play,
and also managed to get off some
good passes, most of which, how-
ever, went to no avail. Stan Fay, a
back on the yellow team, intercept-
ed one of these heaves and got
away for about 40 yards before he
was downed.
Has More Good Men.
A number of the freshmen turned
in very good performances, and
Coach Kipke believes that he has
a larger amount of good material
this spring than he had last year.
Harry Stinespring, who was at the
quarterback post on one of the blue
teams, played a heady game and
ran though almost the entire field
on several occasions before being
tackled. Although he is extremely
small, Stinespring was able to reel
off long gains because of his great
speed.
'Jack Heston did most of the kick-
ing for the yellow squad, getting off
some fairly long punts, and playing
a good defensive game. Besides his
long run after intercepting a pass,
Fay made some substantial gains
through the line.

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
American League
Chicago 3-Detroit 0
'Cleveland 9-St. Louis 0
Washington 9-New York 5
Philadelphia-Boston, rain
National League
Chicago 3-Cincinnati 1
St. Louis 7-Pittsburgh 1
Brooklyn-New York, rain
Boston-Philadelphia, rain
YESTERDAY'S HOMERS
Averill, Cleveland
W. Ferrell, Cleveland
FDA MICHICA ININE11[
Colgate Diamond Team to Open1
Two Game Series Today
at Ferry Field.
(Continued From Page 6)
in the ninth inning.
The call will be for Harley Mc-
Neil this time, however, with thel
idea of saving Compton for Satur-
day's game. McNeil has been tight-
ening up lately. The remainder of
the Michigan lineup will probably
stay about the same, with Eastman
being favored to take over the right1
field duties if a right hander works+
for Colgate, and Drabicke favored!
to play the position if a southpaw
is on the rubber.
Colgate Hurler Unknown.
The Colgate pitcher as yet re-
mains unannounced, but four hurl-
ers will make the trip with the
team. The starting moundsman will
be any one of Purple, Lyman, David,f
or Beldon.
Michigan's lineup as it now stands
apparently packs a better batting
punch than it has at any other
time in recent seasons. While Jack
Tompkins has not been hitting in
the early games he is naturally a
good sticksmith, and it is logical to
expect his work to improve. Roy
Hudson, sturdy first baseman, is
one of the greatest natural hitters
ever to play on a Wolverine team,
while Superko, Daniels, and East-
man have shown in the past and
in the few games this year that
they can be depended upon.
New Men Play Well.
Of the new men Diffley and'
Kracht have come through with
good averages, while Braendle has
looked good in the few times he has
been at bat here. Drabicke as yet
has not struck his stride, but he is!

* FERRE LL LHUR1LS
i-
Indian Mound Ace Takes Honor Seventeen
'of Day With No-Hit Game matches ar
and Circuit Smash. afternoon ii
partment. P
Cleveland's Indians rang up the eliminationc
stellar performance yesterday with of the fiat
Wesley Ferrell pulling that stunt have aherad
that all pitchers try for in all elimination.
leagues, a no-hit game. Not satis- series are ex
fied with that, Ferrell went ahead fore May 15
arnd clouted out a home run and In the sch
a double to make himself real hero nis courts l
of the day. The Browns went under Coliseuni coy
to the tune of 9-0, with Averill Ferry field.
smacking out another circuit hit. TE
Thomas for the White Sox man- 1-M. Potas-
aged to hold the Tigers to a no-run 2-Wilbur G
game while his team was account- 3-S. S. Hen]
ing for three runs to win, but the 4-J. Reinih,
Detroit bunch picked up seven hits 5-W. M. Buz
j on this pitcher. Washington's Sen- 6-C. F. Haw
ators behind pitcher Brown knock- 7-G. yT. Ro
G ed the Yankees down another peg .MlVaeya
with a score of 9 to 5, ]eaving the FRATE
IIndians high and dry on top of the Phi Chi-I
American League. -- - -
In the older circuit the only two
games played resulted in victories Varsity
for the Cubs and the Cardinals, the Effe
former beating the Reds, 3 to 1,
while the latter team picked up (Contin
seven runs to the Pirates lone one. for a busy d
Although
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horseshoe and thnnis Courts 1-2-3-C: 5 o'clock.
re scheduled for this Sigma Pi-ilhi Kappa
in the intramural De- Cotrts 4-5-(-C: 5 o'clook.
All of these are first Kappa Delta Rho-Delt
contests, althou<hoi soek Epsi lc--Courts 1-2-3: 5c
ernity tennis a) 1v-1 Phi1DLliahsiion-i )Eita
l v '' r 2lllj il t toird..: :1 ; 4--G:C J So'clock.
Fiinais h a~cho wa:' 1L 1,a ppa-Aip a
puCtCd to be playact he ; C; ii 6-11-12: 5 o'clo
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dules below those ten-
arked "C" refer to 'o the - a K_ Eilon-K
ot1: h-2-:3::hri.
NIS SINGLE Phi M i Deila-Chi Phi-
hnik-Svanso , h'cak."si-Delta Tau Deft
emmy-R. B. Parker, 1-2-3: 5:15.
:en-Hilbert 11orwitz, Tau Epsilon Phi-Tau Dc
an-L. Goodman, Courts 4-5-6: 5:15.
iy- D. F. Blankertz,
wley- F. Pearst -
te F. earione, Rogers Hornsby still bel
ia-B,. J. Sjos im, his team is going to have
a-Bon the St. Louis Cardinals
ERNITY TENNIS 1931 season ends and not
Tau Kappa Epsilon- ing to tell him different.

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Sigma-
a Kappa
o'clock.
Sigma Pi
t Chi Rho
)k.
ppa Nu--
Courts 4-
a-- Courts
elta Phi-
ieves that
e an edge
when the
one is go-
Time will
we won-

Squad of 25 to be Chosen This
Week for Annual Classic.

(Continued from Page 6) rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9087.
ters annexed a first in the discus _ C
throw with a toss of 149 feet, 5 1-2 KTOME LAUNDRY-Students get
inches. Brooks also took first in reduced prices and all work hand
the triathlon trials. I finished. Prompt service. Phone
John Pottle, captain of this year's 8736. 1360
Wolves will again compete in the Y I n E A
pole vault in which event he took a ING.-College work a speciality
thirdl last year, clearing the bar at
13 feet. Tom Warne of Northwest- for over twenty years. Moderate
ern easily won this event with a rates. 0. D. Morrill, The Type-
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THINCLADS
TO OHIO

Golfers Work
ctively on Flaws
ued From Page 6G
ay Saturday.
Coach Trueblood has
e his final decision as
p which will face the
hose most apt to see
oysten, Lenfesty, How-
olly, and Livingston.
hes Saturday will get,
at 9 o'clock when the
art their 18-hole jour-
ernoon singles matches
y between one and two

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Chicago ......011 100 00x 3 5 .1
Whitehall and Schang; Thomas
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St. Louis .... 000 000 000 0 0 0
Cleveland . .. 011 200 23x 9 13 3
Gray, Stiles and R. Ferrell; W.
Ferrell and Sewell.
New York.... 040 010 000 5 11 1
Washington . 003 221 01x 9 10 1
Welis, Weinert, McEvoy and Dick-
ey; Brown and Spencer.
Philadelphia at Boston, rain.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago ......000 030 000 3 7 11
Cincinnati ... 000 001 000 1 11 2J
Braecht and Hartnett; Lucas and
Sukeforth.

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will get awa
o'clock.

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Matches t Y--- - -- Kremer, Osborn and Phillips;
YEARLINGS TURN Haines and Wilson.
(Continued From Page 6) OUT FOR TENNIS
Hagen, 6-0, 6-3. Mills conquered Brooklyn at New York, rain.
Richardson with like scores of 6-0, More than 30 men have reported Boston at Philadelphia, rain.
6-3, and Sherman took the measure out for freshmen tennis. Coach Dan
of Gabel to the tune of 6-2, 6-2. frehn nnis. Cach n Baseball lost an old timer when
Brace fought a long duel with Arn- MacFarlane announced last night. Michael Matitmore, 72, pitcher for
ald to win 10-8, 8-6, while Clark and group on the basis of competitive the New York Giants in 1887 and
DeLong battled it out 6-1, 3-6, 6-3. results and will be added to a group later a member of the Philadelphia
Hammer was upset by Carson 4-6, of eight already selected for the and Brooklyn teams, died Tuesday.
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In the doubles matches DeLong
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