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A _A-__ ND)SPURTS
CALENDAR
Friday--Baeball, Colgate, here.
Tennis, Michigan State, here.
S a t u r d a y-Baseball, Indiana,
there .
Golf, Ohio State, here.
Track, Ohio Relays, Colum-
bus.

IBaseball Scores VOEIi E UATME
AMERICAN LEAGUE
R H E
Clev. .... 010 000 300 4 7 2/ '1111 TTETEAMRERTD
Ann 1nA Av, C 12 --

Eddie To an Will Seek Revenge'
for Drake Defeat; Relay
Teams Will Compete.

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and B

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lin, Miller, Craghead, Sewell
erg; Hoyt and Schang.

astman, rf.... 3 0 0 2 06
racht s. 2 1i 3 .3 A large squad of 27 thin-lads are
eNeil p 2 0 1 1 4 scieduled to leave here this morn- IN [RAMURAL
ing bound for the Ohio Relays, a;
otals 31 4 9 27 14 carival of champions, w h e r e NES
Coach Chuck Hoyt will pit his
3LGATE A ^<<Acharges against some of the best
Amen who grace the cinder ovals LL-CAMI'S ThRSESHOES
owler, e .......5 0 0 1 0 throughout the country. Eddie To- The izha round of the all-c ampus
eed. 21)........ 0 0 2 3 lan will also get his big opportun- horseshoe singles will be completed
nde son, 3b ... 3 0 1 2 2 ity to regain some of the prestige this afier oon with the following
erry, If........3 0 0 2 0 he lost to Peyton Glass out at Des matches: IEnuss vs. Walker at 4:15,
ottrell, rf .... . 3 1 1 0 0 Moines for the Oklahoma Aggie and at 5:15: Baldwin vs. Silber,
ashner, as . ... 4 0 1 1 3 lash is also entered in the century. James vs. Talhelm, Darrow vs.
allan, lb .......1 0 1 1.5 0 Entry lists for the 440, 880, mile Greliner. 13acon vs. Cohen, Larson
itster, c........4 1 0 1 1: and two mile relays remain the vs. Michelman. and Collins vs.
Surle, p. . . . . . . . 1 0 1 0 0 same although Coach ioyt said Brown.
yesterday that he may decide to- -
enter a medley team in addition FACUTY BASEBALL
oBatts 3 2 5 24 l to these. The medley would be The third games in the faculty
batted for Purple in the 9th . made up of Howell, in the mile, baseball seties will be played this
cores by innings: Hill the 3-4 mile, Fitzgibbons the afternoon. The pairings are: Dent-
Colgate........010 000 001 --2 880, and Mueller in the 440. Tolan, istry vs. zoology, Chemistry vs.
Michigan1......101 011 00x-- 4 Miurray, Campbell, and Noyes make Physics, 'ng.-Archs vs. Swimming
up the 440 team with Ed Russell club, and Eng. Research vs. Mathe-
Errors--Dowler 2, Litster, Super- replacing Murray for the 880 quar- matics.t

St. Louis 232 101 000 00 9 10 5
Chi. ... 220 300 200'01 10 12 4
Stewart, Kimsey, and Ferrell;
Braxton, McKain ,and Tate.

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N. York 000 003 103 7 8 3
Phil. .....101 000 000 2 6 1
Johnson and Dickey; Walberg
and Cochrane.
Washington-Boston no game-- -
cold.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
R1
Cin......200 001 000 3
Pitts.....004 022 00x 8
Rixey, Kolp, Wysong, and
forth; Meine and Phillips.

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Brace Will be Out of Singles
Lineup But Wil Compete
in Doubles P!ay,
Michigan Stae College will in-
uade ihe campus again today in the
pts (lear by way of meeting
he Varsity tennis squad this after-
aeon a 3 o'clock. This will be the
irsc mec:t on the official schedule
ViMC has b tin' purpose of the
w-, ice meca with the Detroit
fennis ClIb and the Ypsi team
natches of the pad week.
The Syartan; will bring down a
airly sror aggregation of court
irist s, but their lineup will be ap-
)rciably weakened by the loss of
heir star of last season, Paul Kane,
.hose days of college competition
.re over. Their number one man is
-ow Olsen, ,a veteran with nice
form who plays a fast game and
will give the Wolverine who faces
aim a real battle.
Wolves hold Edge.
Pinneo and Mott are the other
outstanding men on their roster
and both are men from last year's
,quad, so they have plenty of ex-
. rience to their credit. Michigan's
team expects to have to put out
some real form to take this meet,
although they feel that they are
a shade or two better than their
opponents from East Lansing.
The Meize and Blue lineup will be
altered from second man through-
out by the inability of Freddy Brace
to see action in the singles. He has
i ncurred a blister on his foot that
threaten infection and he will be
reserved for douries service only,
and that only on condition.
Hammer anks First.
Eddie Hammer will continue to
hold the number one position, fol-
lowed now by the ordinary lineup

stepped up a place throughout. Col-
by Ryan will be second ranking
man, while Robert Clarke comes
next, followed by Johnny Reindel
fourth man. Sherman and Mills will
complete the lineup in order named
since the former nosed out Mills to
occupy regular sixth ranking place.
The doubles setups will have
Brace and Ryan paired for the firsL
match, provided the former can
play; with Hammer and Clarke
coupled for the second match.
Reindel and Mills will make up the
third pairing, according to the plan
that Coach Johnstone expects to
use for some time. Six is the cus-
tomary number in the lineup and
Mills is seventh man, but his ability
in doubles work makes him reliable
material to hold for those matches.
Today's meet will probably show
the coach where his strength lies
for the Ohio State contest which is
slated for Monday at Columbus.
According to the strength of the
respective teams, both meets should
result in wins for the Wolverines,
although upsets are always in order.
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ko, Daniels, Kracht 3. Two-base tet. Eknovich, DeBaker, Glading
hit - Anderson. Three-base hits -- and Russell compose the veteran
Superko. Home run -- Tompkins. mile team and Braden, Wolfe, Aus-
tin and Turner will again run thej
Stolen bases-Weed, Callan, Tomp- two mile.j
kins. Sacrifice hits --- Purple, Mc- In the individual events, Camp-
Neil. Struck out-By McNeil 3; by bell and Smythe will enter the cen-
Purple 1. Bases on balls-Off Mc- tury along with Tolan while Haw-
Neil 4; off Purple 1. Wild pitch- ley Egleston and Haefele are due
McNeil. Double play -- Purple to to try their luck in both hurdle
Weed to Callan. Earned runs -- events. Noyes will also be entered
Michigan 4. Left on bases-Col- in the broad jump along with Klein
gate 9, Michigan 5. Umpire--Lavan. and Gafill will be entering his first
outside meet to compete in the
Newell Banks to Give high jump.
,Capt. Pottle is entered in the
Exhibition Here Today pole vault; Goldsmith in the shat,
Iand the discus; Draveling in the
Newell Williams Banks, match shot, hammer and discus; Cox in
checker champion of America, will the hammer; Dougal in the javelin,
give an exhibition in rooms 316 to discus and Hazen also in the javel-
320 of the Michigan Union this
evening at 7:30. The exhibition is
sponsored by the University chess
and checker club. Mr. Banks has
agreed to play twenty-five or more
checker games, ' three blindfold 1eand
checker games, and fifteen chess
games simultaneously.
This international master is
ranked as the world's greatest Q
blindfold player. An admission of
twenty-five cents will be charged,
and a nominal payment will be
made by those who wish to oppose.
Newell Banks.-

Fischer's 70 Sets
Record for Course
John Fischer, member of the
Welverine Freshman Golf team
yesterday sot a new record for
the recently opened University
Golf course by covering the 18-
hole circuit in 70, two strokes
under par. Fischer got a 36 on
th~e 7rst nine after missing a
lirdie on the fifth hole which
cost lin G09, and followed up
with a 3A on the second nine.

Zachary, Cantrell, and Spohrer;
Fitzsimons and Hogan.
Phil......000 100 000 1 10 0
Brkln. .. 103 020 00x 6 10 0
Elliot, Shields, Schessler, McDon-
ald, Fallenstin, and Davis; Phelps
and Lopez.
Chicago-St. Louis no game-rain.
NOTICE
Students wishing to use the
facilities of Ferry Field this
afternoon must bring their cou-
pon books. Entrance will be by
the main gate only.
CHICAGO, April 28.-(/P)-Phil
Ball, owner of the St. Louis Browns'
yesterday filed notice of appeal
from the case wherein Judge Lan-
dis' dictatorship was upheld.

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