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Hammer, Clarke Drop Final Tilt
to Buckeyes and Lose Match
for Wolverines.
(Spacial to The Daily)
Playing before a large crwvd and
under ideal weather conditions, the
Michigan tennis team in its first
conference start, lost aheart-break-
ing 5-4 match to the strong Ohio
team here today..
Deadlock at 2-4.
The outcome of*the m--tch was
in doubt until the last point of the
intensely dramatic first doubles
game broke the 4-4 deadlock in fa-
vor in favor of the Buckeyes. Al-
though leading at 5-4 and their
own, service in the third and de-
Biding set, Hammer and Clarke
after a terrific battle finally lost
the match, 6-3, 3-6, 8-6.
Weakness in the doubles lost the
match for the Wolverines, who had
won 4 of the 6 scheduled singles
matches and who only needed one
of the 3 doubles to insure them-
selves of victory.
Hammer Stars.
Hammer was easily the outstand-
ing star of the day in his beautiful
6-2, 1-6, 6-3 win over Dennison,
the Buckeye ace. He showed a bril-
liant all-around game. His play in
the doubles also was excellent.
Captain Brace was far from his
usual sound game in the match he
lost to Hoffman 6-4, 6-1, the num-
ber 2 man of the Buckeye squad.
Paired with Ryan, in the doubles
he dropped a hard 3 set match to
Browne and Hoffer 3-6, 6-3, 6-3.
Clark Wins Miatch.
Clarke showed to good advantage
in beating Browne of Ohio 6-3, 7-5
as did Reindel with his 3-6, 6-1,
6-3 win over the Buckeye Kessen.
Michigan lost the last singles match
when Sherman bowed to 1Holloch,
6-4, 6-8, 6-4. Reindel & Mills drop-
ped the third doubles to Lessen &
Greenberg 6-2, 6-1.
The match was reminiscent of
the conference opener which the
Wolverines dropped to Northwest-
ern last year by a 5-4 score and
then swept on to the Big Ten dual
championship as today, the match
hinged on the final doubles which
was lost only by the closest of mar-
gins.
Ryan, the Wolverine number 3
man, scored an impressive 6-3, 6-4
win over James; as in the doubles,
Ryan was a tower of strength at
the net.
THINCLADS MEET
MINNESOTA'TEAS[;

PITCHES STELLAR
GAME FOR INDIANSI

Wesley Ferrell, Chveland's Mound Aces
Goes After Wi Recor of Last Season
It may be a little early yet to them to seven safe blows.

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predict just what the leading pitch- Tnat record, considering the fact
ers in the American League arc that the season has been under way
going to do in the 1931 pennant for such a short time, is really
race but one thing seems assured: pitching. And as Ferrell seems to be
WesleCeekFergems3aro the kind of a pitcher that can keep
right handed hurling ace of the on delivering the goods, there is no
Cleveland Indians, is going to make I reason to think that he will not go
a determined bid to beat his record on to achieve an even better record
of 25 wins in a season, if he keeps than he has had these past two
on at anywhere near the clip he years.
is setting for himself at piesent. Shines at Bat.
IHis brilliant effort of. last week
Breaks Into Big Show. against the Browns marked the
Young Wes Ferrell has the repu- first no hit game he has ever hurled
tation of being quite a pitcher, as in major league competition. In ad-
pitchers go in this day and age. dition to pitching such wonderful
Two years ago he broke into the ball, however, Wes also starred at
big show and piled up a record of the bat, where he drove out a home
21 wins in his first season, with a run and a double in four trips tot

YESTERDAY'S RESULST
Chicago 3,Detro i 9
Boeston 7, Philadelph ?;ia 5
Washington 7. New Yorli 3
Cleveland 1, St. Louis 3
Nabiona! League
New York G, Brooklyn 3
Philadelphia 3, Boston 4
Cincinnati 1, Chicago 13
Baseball Scores

AMERiICAN LEAGUE
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third place club. In 1930, his sec-
ond year, he picked up 25 victories,
this time with a fourth place club.
So far this season, with the cam-
paign only 16 games old, Wes has
five wins and one defeat chalked

the plate. Fe has always had a re-
putation as a hitter, however, and
at present is pasting the ball for
a mark of .444, 8 hits in 18 times
at bat this year. This mark includes
one home run, and several two base

up to his credit. hits.
He has started five games and Ferrell's early season skill has
acted as a relief hurler in one. Only given him a real start on his lead-
once has he failed to last through ing rivals, Lefty Grove, George
an entire contest. Ferrell opened Earnshaw, and Ted Lyons. Lyons
the season agianst the Chicago has been out of the game with a
White Sox, limiting them to seven sore arm, while Grove's record
hits and gaining a 5-4 decision over stands at two victories and one de-
them. In his next start the Detroit feat, as against Earnshaw's one win
Tigers shelled him from the mound and two losses.
in the fourth inning, and the In- -- ----
dians dropped a 7-2 decision. Later
on in the same series he came to
the rescue of Clint Brown and was
credited with the Tribal victory.
Shutout Browns.
In another start against theP
White Sox Wes held them to five _.._

Chi .......200001 000 3 9 4
et. .......050 201 10x 9 8 2
McKain & Tate; Hoyt & Hay-
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w ,Bos........110U40 001 7 15 1
Phil.......101 010 020 5 10 1
Gaston, Moore & Berry; McDon-
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Wash......200 005 003 7 9 3
N. Y.......002 100 000 3 11 2
Jones & Spencer; Gomez, Wein-
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Clev ......000 001 000 1 9 0
St. Louis,.. 100 100 01x 3 5 0
Hudlin & Sewell; Stewart & Fer-
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N. Y .. 023001 000 6 12 2
Brk. 020 010 000 3 6 1
Mitchell & O'Ferrell; Luque,
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Wesley Ferrel,
Cleveland's hurling ace, who re-
cently distinguished himself by
hurling a no hit, no run game
against the St. Louis Browns is
starting out in. fine shape to at-
tempt to beat his record.

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hits, and beat them easily, 8-2. On
his next effort, against the St. Louis
Browns, he pitched a no hit, no run
game and of course, 'won it, 9-0.
Sunday he again beat Detroit, this
time by a 7-4 score after holding

I Third Week of Practice SeasonI

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(Continued from Page 6)
Relays last Saturday.
Coach Charles Hoyt has evinced
satisfaction during the past few
days at the improvement shown by
his new javelin thrower, Hazen.
The former baseball pitcher is de-
veloping a powerful heave and may
be able to do something in the
Conference before the season is
over.
.ipke Gives Gridders
Scrimmage Workouts
(Continued From Page 6)
around end. Everhardus was doing
some nice kicking for the Blues and
Stinespring, also with the Blue line-
up, managed to squirm through the
Yellows for some nice gains.
Rentner and Heston made a good
showing on their play as well, while
Doc Morrison and Lajeunesse back-
ed up the line play of the Blues in
good shape.

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PS LEADS INTRAMURAL ENTRIES
IN ALL-AROUND CHAMPION SERIES
one of the most interest- !u led for May 6; the baseball fieldt
of athletic competition meet, carded for May 15; spring
by the Intramural de- golf, May 6; life-saving, which goes
each year is that of the on the year-round; rifle shooting,
and All-around Chain- May 8; spring Sigma Delta Psi;1
which carries with it a tennis singles and doubles, spring
trophy. At present there competition and now in action.
men who are leading the This event is open to all students
h by the way is not as except freshmen and consists of 21f
might be, and there re- events, of which number an indi-
ight events to be run off vidual may participate in only 18.
points can be awarded to In archery, bowling, fencing, foul
titors. throwing, golf, handball, horse-
Phelps, who carried off shoes, rifle shooting, squash, tennis,1
t year with an aggregate and twenty-one the points awardst
points, is again leading, are winner 10, runner-up 8, semi-
with 38 points that he finalists 6, quarter-finalists 4, qual-
four sports. Phelps has ifiers 2, and entrance points 1. T
its in both singles and May Enter in Swimming. l
flsandball, squash, and Any individual may enter two
gles and doubles, spring swimming and three track eventst
ompetition. with points as follows: first place 5,
auss is Second. second place 4, third place 3, fourtht
ner-up to date is H. C. place 2, and entrance point 1. Then
to has gathered in 30 in' bowling, wrestling and cross
m activities in a wide country the points are: winner 20,
sports: bowling, boxing, finalist 10, semi-finalist 7, quarter-
ing, tennis doubles, fail finalists 4, and entrance points 2.
n, and wrestling. Bauss With entrance points 5 and oth-'
ut after the trophy this ers as in swimming, gymnastics are
a vengeance for he en- conducted with one requiied and
event remaining on the two optional exercises on four
n the attempt to lead at pieces of apparatus: parallel bars,
eckoning. side horse, horizontal bar and mats,.
Walker is third man now Also the seven events of the base-
otal of 26 points picked ball field meet carry points of 3, 2,
h competition in foul 1, for first, second, third, and en-;
handball singles and trance.
nd twenty-one. Fourth --
an is R. Ostrander who
nts to his credit, all of
won in Cross Country.
ght Events Left.

Sees Freshmen Gaining in Cin.......000 001 000 1 6 4
All-Around Ability. Chi........000 143 50x 13 15 1
Carroll, Johnson, Wysong & Suke-
W i t h the freshman baseball forth; Malone & Hartnett
squad going into the third week of
its practice season, the candidates Northwestern 7, Iowa 0
are tightening up and rounding Ohio State 8, Kenyon 4
into form. The fielding as well as Golf: Illinois 14, Northwestern 4
the batting has shown great im- IESTE__AY___H__ ER_
provement over the first few cold- YESTERDAYS HOMERS
Rothrock...............Red Sox
weather workouts. Pickering ................ Red Sox
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan has Goslin.. .............Browns
had a chance to get a line on his Whitney...............Phillies
material, and has definitely chosen Bell ......................... Cubs
his first nine. The infield of this ---------------
team includes Dobbs, Fisher, Wat- CHEERLEADERS
erbor and Baldwin, with Brown Freshmen interested in cheer-
catching. Out in the garden are leading are asked to report at
Ferguson, Artz, and Bowers. 4 o'clock this afternoon in Room
Three practice games have been ;302 in the Union.
played thus far this season against JACK IIERBST,
the second nine of the frosh squad. Varsity Cheerleader.
The game yesterday afternoon was '-- -
won by the second-aggregation with
Tillotson on the mound. The losirfg
pitcher was Menefee, and the tcore I
.o trana totake aCeven-

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Detroit Defeats Sox;
Indians Retain Lead
{,Continued from Page 6)
Cleveland lost another game to
St. Louis but retained the leader-
ship in the American League as
New York and Philadelphia both
lost and also held their places in
second and third positions repec-
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