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WAY 2,1931 'HE MICHIGAN DATILY
?SIT Y NE TME N DOWN SPA TANS CAEfSWD j

1-0
Wolverine Tennis Aggregation
Breezes Through to Easy
Wins in Every Match.
With most favorable weather
'smiling upon the Ferry Field courts,
a welcome change after so many
unsuitable afternoons.for the sport,
the Varsity tennis squad met the
Michigan State College team yes-
terday afternoon and w a 1 k e ci
through them in no hesitant man-
allowed to get through. Ryan and
a grand slam in the art of racquet-
wielding.
This result has been standard
stuff for the Wolverines for the
past few years, for the Maize and
Blue team had always managed to
take every meet with the Spartans
when they meet on the courts. This
year's squad left no doubt as to
their ability to uphold the worthy
tradition when they won every
match played by overwhelming
scores to trounce the invaders.
None of the matches were even
close, only one advancing to a 7-5
score before the Wolverines claim-
ed it for their own.
Team Well Balanced.
This meet demonstrated clearly
the gratifying condition on the
squad this year, that of a well-bal-
anced aggregation of Varsity play-
ers. None of the Wolverines falter-
ed on the courts yesterday and the
results turned in were surprisingly
unifdrm throughout. This looks
good for the Conference schedule
which starts Monday at Columbus
when Michigan travels to encount-
er the Buckeyes on their home
courts.
In the doubles matches Hammer
and Clarke paired up to take over
Olsen and Mott in short order by
the score of 6-3, and 7-5. This was
the lone "7" score that Michigan
ner to the tune of a 12-0 victory,
Brace, the latter playing in spite oi
his infected foot, won the second
doubles match from Pinneo and
Gee with scores of 6-1, 6-4.
The last doubles encounter went
in short order to Reindel and MiU
the Michigan pair winning irom
Hammerschmidt and Johnson 6-2,
6-2. The Wolverines continued in
even more decided manner in the
singles when Clarke took the meas-
ure of Johnson in two' love sets.
Reindel had little more trouble
with his opponent, Pinneo, and
triumphed over him by 6-1 and
6-3.
Sherman kept up the good work
by trouncing Gee to the tune of
6-0 and 6-3. The Maize and Blue
number-one man and Captain 01-
sen, also first ranking man on the
Spartan lineup, volleyed out their
match to a 6-3, 6-3 victory for the
Wolverine.
Ryan Beats Mott.
Colby Ryan contributed still an-
other love set in his match with
Mott, taking the honors by scores
of 6-2 and 6-0. The final match
saw the player with the long name
on the short end of the score for
:Eammerschmidt lost to Mills by
sets of 6-1 and 6-3.
Scoring one point for each singles
match and two for the doubles en-
gagements, the final score left a
total of 12 on the Michigan side
of the board while a lonely "goose-
egg" reposed on the Michigan State
portion. This final score did not
hide any chance games this time,
for its obvious story of a much su-
perior Michigan squad was corro-
borated in the play of each match.

I.

United States-Mexico
Tennis Matches Open
MEXICO CITY, May l.--(2)-
The tennis journey that is ex-
pected to end in the Davis chal-
lenge round in France beganato-
day as the United States faced
Mexico in the first matches of
the opening Northern America
tilt. The American youthful
team of Frank X. Shields, Wil-
mer Allison, and Sidney B. Wood,
who is a student at the Univer-
sity of Arizona, is expected tof
come through the matches safe-
ly and go on to meet Canadat
in the zonedfinal at Montrealt
May 21, 22, and 23.
E WOR'
Coaches Stress Blocking, Kicking
in Last Practice of Week;
Freshmen Stand Out. 1
Coach Kipke sent his spring
;ridders through a short workout
yesterday on Ferry Field. stressing
fundamentals and kicking. He an-]
Founced that practice today will
be called off because of the good]
practice that was held yesterday.
Coaches Cappon and Veenker
worked the halfbacks and ends as
they tried to take out opposing
tackles. Several youngsters looked
good in this practice, particularly
Fred Ratterman, Ted Petosky, and
Carl Savage all with their first year
of Varsity playing before them.
Coach Kipke gave his personal
attention to the kickers and a dum-
my scrimmage session that saw the
halfbacks run off tackle and around
end. Renner proved himself a
blocking back as he took out op-
posing tackles and ends with ease.
Wally Miller showed up well on de-
fense.
With a no practice card out for
today, the football candidates will
see their next service Monday when
the Blues play the Yellows in a reg-
ular inter-squad game. The mem-
bership of the Yellow team is made
ly wholly, from last fall's freshman
candidates. The Blue team is made
up of former Varsity players who
will be eligible again next season.
Wolverines Will Face
Indiana Diamond Clan
(Continued From Page 6)
Wright, and Saluski or Hickey.
Wright has been doing some relief
pitching, but Coach Dean placed
'him in the outer meadows to add
strength to the batting order. The
other members of the outfield com-
bination are all good hitters. Ern-
est Rea will take care of the re-
ceiving end.

SEEK RELAYTITLE
Strong Michigan Team Ranked
as Strong Contender for
High Point Honors.
(Continued from Page 6)
event.
The mile relay will also feature a
series of iclays that are all of the
first rank, for the Wolves have the
fastest mile relay quartet ever
turned out by this institution, while
that of Notre Dame ended but]
inches behind the Maize and Blue
baton carriers out at Des Moines
last week. The Ohio team also is
rated highly in the event. Michigan
should repeat its win oflast week,
however.

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PLAY BY PLAY OF MICHIGAN'S
SECOND VICTOR OVER COLGATE

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Cox May Star.
Rod Cox, Coach Chuck Hoyt's
promising sophomore h a mer
thrower, may come through with a
little better performance than he
did last week, for he was compet-
ing in his first big relay event at
that time. Hill of Illinois, who took
the hammer throw at Drake, will
be opposed to Cox again this week.
Cox is capable of 150 feet, but he
could get out only 138 last week.
Tolan has been on the war path
this week and has been getting
down to some real training so it
will be no surprise if he comes
though with a much better time
than he has turned in for a long
time. His defeat by Glass last week
certainly stepped the Michigan
flash into some action this past
week. McDermott of Illinois and
Warne of Northwestern will be two
big pole vault kings who will be op-
posed to Michigan's entry, Capt.
Pottle, although Pottle surprised
the dopesters last weelp when he
vaulted 13 feet for tie for second.
Purma Should Win.
Purma of Illinois, Kansas and
Drake discus champion, will be on
deck again but it looks sort of
tough for Goldsmith of the Varsity.
Illinois will also pit its star hurdler,
Lee Sentman, against Jack Keller
of the Buckeye squad in one of the
feature individual events of the
day. Egleston and Haefele, .the
Michigan entries, are good for only
a possible fourth place in the high
ones.

Colgate-Dsshner walked. Dow- Michigan-Eastman flied to An-
ler also walked, Dashner going to derson at third. Kracht flied out
second. Anderson grounded to Su- to second. Keigler flied to short.
perko, forcing Dashner at third, No runs, no hits, no errors.
and Superko's throw beat Ander- FIFTH INNING
son to first. Keigler made a bad Colgate - Litster grounded out r
throw to second. an Dower went along the third base line, Superko
to third. Terry st:uck out. No runs, to Hudson. Weed flied to right
no hits, one error. field. Davis grounded to Kracht.
Michigan-Superko was out, Da- No runs, no hits, no errors.
vis to Callan. Braendle doubled to1 Michigan-Superko lined to Cal- T-
right center. Tompkins hit a Tex- lan, who made a beautiful catch.
as leaguer, going to second on the Butler, batting for Braendle, singled
hit. Braendle stopped at third. through the pitcher's box. Tomp-
Hudson walked, filling the bases. kins forced Butler at second. Tomp-
Diffley was out, short to first, kims was out stealing second. No
Braendle scoring on the play. Dan- runs, one hit, no errors. _
iels grounded out, second to first. SIXTH INNING.
One run, two hits, no errors. Colgate - McCormack went to
SECOND INNING. left and Butler to 'right for Michi-
Colgate - Cottrell grounded out, gan. Dashner grounded out, Keigler
Daniels to Hudson. Callan singled to Hudson. Dowler was out the
to left. Diffley's throw caught Cal- same way. Anderson flied out to
lan at first. Litster was out, Super- Superko. No runs, no hits, no er-
ko to Hudson. No runs, one hit, rors.
no errors. Michigan-Hudson hit a long fly
Michigan --Eastman singled to to left field. Diffley singled to left.
left center. Kracht sacrificed, East- Diffley stole second. Daniels flied
man stopping at second. Keigler to center. McCormack struck out.
grounded to second, sending East- . No runs, one hit, no errors.
man to third. Superko hit a Texas SEVENTH INNING.
leaguer over second base, scoring Colgate-Hole replaced Kracht at
Eastman. Superko was caught short for Michigan. Terry ground-
stealing. One run, two hits, no ed out, Keigler to Hudson. Cottrell
errors. flied out to McCormack. Callan hit
THIRD INNING. a Texas leaguer to right that went
Colgate-Weed struck out. Davis for a single. Litster grounded out,
grounded out to the ,pitchers box. Superko to Hudson. No runs, one
Dashner flied to Kracht. No runs, hit, no errors:
no hits, no errors. IMichigan-Hole grounded out to
Michigan - Braendle grounded second. Keigler struck out. Superko
out, short to first. Tompkins was flied out to weed at second. No
hit by a pitched ball. Hudson sin- runs, no hits, no errors.
gled, Tompkins stopping at third. EIGHTH INNING.
Hudson went to second on a passed Colgate-Orsi, batting for Weed,
ball. Diffley flied out to shortstop. grounded out, Daniels to Hudson.
Tompkins scored on a passed ball, Davis also grounded out to second.
Hudson going to third. Daniels hit Dashner flied out to Butler in right.
la fast grounder to short, and beat No runs, no hits, no errors.
I the peg to first, Hudson scoring. Michigan - Butler grounded to
Daniels was out stealing. Two runs, I the pitcher's box. Tompkins walked.
two hits, no errors. Beldon replaced Davis for Colgate.
FOURTH INNING. Hudson flied to short. Diffley flied
Colgate-Dowler singled over the out to right. No runs, no hits, no
third base line. Anderson was safe errors.
on Superko's wild heave and Dow- NINTH INNING.
ter went to third on Hudson's wild Colgate--Dowler struck out. An-
throw to second. Terry grounded derson singled to short left. Terry
to first. Cottrell grounded to forced Anderson at second. Cottrell
Kracht, Dowler scoring on the play. forced Terry at second, ending the
Callan was out, Superko to Hud- game. No runs, one hit, no errors.

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