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Hoosiers, Unbeaten in Big Ten,
to Oppose Compton in Game1
Superko, 3b.....ross, 2b......
Braendle, if..... Koenig, lb......
Tompkins, cf. May, cf.......
Hudson, lb ...... Wright, rf ..... .
Diffley, c ........ Rea, c . . .........
f Daniels, 2b ...... Thomas, 3b.
Eastman, r f .....Saluski or
Kracht, ss.......Hickey, if .. .
Compton, p .....Haussman, ss ...
Veller or Gatti, p
Michigan's baseball team will
meet the hard hitting Indiana nine
Bill MeKechnie, this afternoon in the Wolverines'
Banager of 'the Boston Braves, second Conference game of the sea-
io has led his team to a high son at Bloomington on Jordan1
ition in 'the National League field. Verne Compton, the veteran
nnant race in the aly weeks of pitching ace, will start on the
: campaign. The Braves are the mound for the Maize and Blue. He
mprise of the league to date. will be opposed by either Veller or
p_ _egu Gatti.
The Hoosiers boast of two wins
T and one tie game against Big Ten
teams this spring. Indiana defeated
Ohio State and Purdue and tied
Northwestern, while Michigan has
a victory over Iowa to its credit.
In, non-Conference contests the
Hoosiers have also performed well.
rong Buckeyes Will Engage They broke even in a two-game
Varsity in First Match series with Miami, and defeated
Depauw, 24 to 5. The Crimson nine
on New Course. also took the measure of the team
from St. Xavier university.
The first Western Conference Hurler Undecided.
al meet ever to be played over Coach Everett Dean of the Crim-
e rolling fairways of the new Uni- soachlEverethernVflte ri-
rsity Golf course will get under- son will use either yeller or Gatti
y between 8:30 and 8:45 o'clock on the mound in today's game.
is morning :Veller, a southpaw, and basketball
The Ohio State squad arrived in star, has been going good this year.
in Arbor early yesterday and In his first Big Ten engagement at
ent the greater part of the day Northwestern, a 1-1 tie game that
customing themselves to the un- was called because of darkness,
lating greens and deep-pitted Veller sent 14 batters along the
nkers. Most of the visitors found strike-out route. Eight batters met
e course much to their liking and the same fate when he hurled his
lging by the scores turned in, to- team to, a victory over the Buck-
arrow's match promises to be a eyes. Because of his splendid show-
e one. ing in the Purdue game, there is
Kepler is Star. a strong posibility that Ralph Gatti
Lenfesty and Howard will be the will start for Indiana. Against the
st to leave the tee paired with Boilermakers Gatti relieved Veller
ilson and Kepler. Kepler estab- at the end of the second inning,
hed an enviable reputation for saving the contest for the Hoosiers
nself last season in Conference by using his curve ball to excellent
cles, finishing in a tie with advantage.I
hub" Hicks for second place h Sophomores Promising.
e Bi Tenmee. Wisonwas un- The Indiana infield combination
e Big Ten meet. Wilson was run- will contain two promising sopho-
r-up in the Ohio State Chain- mrswoh ensoig
anship tournament, losing out in mores who have been showing
e finals to his teammate, Florio. plenty of pep. Haussman has been
lorio will team with Clark in playing at short, while Koenig has
foursome against Captain .Roys- been holding down the initial sack.
a and Livingston. Dross, who worked in the outer
rhe Wolverines appear to have a garden last year, has been shifted!
d chance to get away to a flying to the infield and will handle the
art by turing in a comfortable keystone bag. The veteran Thomas
argin in the morning, but will will take care of the territory
doubtedly be close pressed to around the hot corner.
d their own in the afternoon In the outfield will be May,
igles matches. Coach Trueblood (Continued on Page 7)
Because of the Michigan-Ohio
State golf match being played
today over the University course,
no students will be allowed to
tce off before the matches get
under way. This will probably be
9 o'clock. Also, no one will be
allowed to leave after 12:30 un-
til the start of the afternoon
BOXSC- - -
DETROIT TAKES SECOND STRAIGHT
VICTORY FROM CLEVELAND INDIANS
In the favorable surroundings of St. Louis ... 002 010 03x -0 9 0
Navin field and a home crowd the Smith. Teachout and Hartnett;
Tigers have recovered their poise Tol nson and Mancuso.
and given the Cleveland Indians, 'cds .... 03 000 120 03-4 11 1
present leaders of the American is tes .. 000 120 (10 01,-5 13 1
league, two successive setbacks in Joh;,n, Frey, Carroll, C. Kert
the first half of their four-gam and Sukeforth; French, Spencer
series in Detroit. Yesterday's game and Phiilips
was a victory for Sulivan, who gave...Boston . 000 000 000 - 0 7 1
the Redmen seven hits. Off Hlarder New 002 QOC 21x --5 11 1
and Shoilner the Tigers gleaned a, Sherdel, McAfee and Bool; Walk-
like number on which they were ! rdl, ,af adBl;Wk
able to cash in with four runs to er and O'Farrel,.
the Indians' two. Phillies . ... 000 120 100 - 4 9 1
While the Cardinals and Cubs in Dcdgers ... 000 035 00x - 8 13 11
St. Louis fought for first place in Collins, H. Elliott, Schessler and
the National league, St. Louis win- Davis; Shaute and Lombardi.
ning, 6 to 2, the White Sox tooka AMERICAN LEAGUE
vigorous revenge on the Browns in
Chicago by a score of 8 to 2. A Cleveland .. 000 100 010 -2 7 4
4 to 4 tie between the Pirates and Detroit .... 111 001 00x -4 7 1
T-nrp d hnffna dni Rewpll
Superko, 3b ....
Braendle, if ....
Tompkins, ef ...
Hudson, lb .....
Diffley, c .......
Daniels, 2b .....
G 1 1
1 1 0
1 1 0
1 1 17
0 1 2
0 1 1
1 1 1
0 0 3
0 0 0
0 1 1
0 0 1
4 8 27
St. Louis 6, Chicago 2.
Pittsburgh 5, Cincinnati 4.
New York 5, Boston 0.
Brooklyn 8, Philadelphia 4.
Detroit 4, Clevland 2.
Chicago 8, St. Louis 2.
Philadelphia 4, New York 0.
Boston 10, Washington 4.
Dashner, ss .... 3
Anderson, 3b ... 3
Cottrell, rf...... 4
Callan, 1b...... 3
Davis, p ........ 3
**Orsi, 2b .......1
Beldon, p .......0
a1"r er, fou ner eII ; Wl
Sullivan and Schang.
St. Louis ... 000 001 010 -2 9 3
Chicago .... 100 007 00x -8 7 1
Coffman, Stiles, Heoert and Fer-
rell; Frasier and Tate.
New York .. 000 000 000 - 0 3 1
Athletics ... 101 020 00x --4 9 0
Pipgras and Jorgens, Dickey;
Earnshaw and Cochrane.
Senators ... 101 000 002 - 4 10 3
Boston ......401 000 50x -10 14 0
Crowder, Burke, Tauscher and
Bolton, Spencer; Russell and Con-
0IG TEN QHAMP IONS
Hoyt Takes 27 Thinclads on Trip
in Effort to Gain Laurels
for Maize and Blue.
Michigan's 27 thinclad t r a c k
champions joined a virtual army
of 2,000 track men from all parts
of the nation who will take part
in the 8th annual Ohio Relays at
Columbus today, where most of the
outstanding stars of the Drake,
Penn, and Kansas carnivals will
make their final . performance in
the closing relay meet of the sea-
son. The W6lverine boys rate as
one of the logical -contenders to
run off with the highest team hon-
ors for the carnival.
In fact, winners in most of the
events at Columbus today can logi-
cally claim national honors for
wins as several of the events will
witness sectional winners from the
various relays in competition for
first place. Perhaps the two-mile
relay run will be one of the most
outstanding, for here will Michi-
gan, shio State, and Chicago, each
a winner already this season, pit
their finest against arecord time.
Chicago took the Kansas meet in
this event at 7:52.5, while the
$uckeyes were running off in the
eastern relays in the time 7:52.2.
Michigan repeated. Penn's time out
at Des Moines on a wet and heavy
track with Austin taking the last
leg by a 25-yard lead. If the Wol-
verine quartet of Austin, Turner,
Wolfe, and Braden come through in
the: same fashion as last week, it
looks as if the Wolves stand a fine
chance of taking a first place and
a claim for national honors in the
(Continued on rage 7)
BR 11 PO A
Reds was broken by a Pittsburgh
run in the eleventh inning.
For the first time in several days
all big league games were played,
no games being postponed on ac-
count of rain.
Brooklyn again showed a return
to its old time form, "Juanita Joe"
Shaute hurling an 8-4 win against
the Phillies in his comeback cam-
Yesterday's Home Runs.
Hartnett .............. ..Cubs
Vergez .................. Giants
Totals .........30 1 4 24 11
Batted for Braendle in 5th.
::Batted for Need in 8th.z
Score by Innings:
Colgate .......000 100 000 - 1
Michigan .......112 000 00x - 4
Errors--Superko, Hudson, Keig-
ler. Two-base hit- Braendle. Stolen
bases - Superko, Diffley. Sacrifice
hits-Kracht, Kiegler. Struck out-
by Kiegler 3; by Davis 2. Bases on
balls-off Iiegler 2; off Davis 2.
Double play-Superko to Hudson.
Left on bases-Colgate 4; Michi-
gan 3. Hit by pitcher-by Davis
New Irish Sports Head
Once Taught at Alma
DETROIT, Mich., May 1. -(IP)-
That Jesse Harper, who started the
administration of athletics at Notre
Dame today a the successor of
Knute ockne, had two years
coaching experience in Michigan
was disclosed in a discussion of old
times here yesterday. Harper was
at Alma in 1907, the one year the
Alma collegians defeated Michigan
in baseball. The score was 4 to 1.
He had one other year as coach at
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