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THE iYl 1, I" pl

DATLY

. wwrTH MICHIGAN "WN, I ILY

olverme

Diamond

T eam

Loses

to

Illinois,

10-6

rn BY'KAY
From Behind in
Win Undisputed
in Big Ten.

'BOX SCORE

lini Come
Fourth to
Lead

By Joe Russell
A slashing, fighting Illinois mne
ittered its way to a 10-6 win over
ichigan yesterday afternoon on
e Ferry Field diamond, gaining
idisp;uted lead in the Western
inference race by its victory. The
lini, after spotting the Wolves
re runs in the first three innings
me from behind with a rush in
e last six frames and clearly
monstrated their right to the
me.
It was a rough and tumble battle
roughout, with arguments with
e officials over questionable deci-
>ns taking up a great deal of the
ore than two hours time of the
,me. Players on both teams pro-
sted decisions frequently.
Wolves Get Two in First.
To start off the first inning Mich-
in held the invaders to one hit
td no runs in the first half of the
ame, but in the Wolverines' time
bat, the Varsity collected three
ts and two runs. Superko opened
e inning with a single and Braen-
e sacrificed him to second. Tomp-
ns singled scoring Superko, and
ter Hudson had fanned, Diffley
igled scoring Tompkins.
Both teams were scoreless in the
cond, but Michigan accounted
r three more runs in the third..
Illinois Starts in Fourth.
However, Illinois started in the
urth, and scored in every inning
.t the seventh until the game was
er. The invaders accumulated 10-
ts 'in the last six innings, being
Ad hitless in the seventh only.
vo runs in the fourth, one in
e fiftl' two in the sixth, two in
e eighth, and three in the ninth
rved to push Coach Fisher's
arges from a tie for first in the
;le race.
Michigan threatened in only one
nirig after the sixth. Trailing by
o runs in the eighth, Michigan
me to bat and started a deter-
ned rally which seemed destined
tie up the score at seven' all.
idson walkd and Diffley was safe
first when Illinois failed to catch
idson at second. Daniels fanned
d Eastman was safe at first when
e invaders failed again to catch
idson. Kracht came to bat, and
. the first coall Eastman went
(Continued on Page 7)

Superko, 3b
Braendle, lf
Tompkins, cf
Hudson, lb
Diffley, c..
Daniels, 2b
Eastman, rf
Kracht, ss
Compton, p
McKay, p
McNeal, p
*Butler
*Hole .....
***McCormic
* * **Douglas

Michiga
AB
. , .. . 4
, .... 43
4
4
4
...... 2
2
.... 0
... 0
k, If 0
..... 1

.n
HR PO A
3 1 3 0
0 1 0 0
1 2 2 0
2 0 10 0
0 0, 2 2
0 '0 1 0
0 A 2 1
0 0 2 1
0 0 ,0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
7 6 27 8

Totals........31
Illinois
AB

Witte, cf.
Tryban, ss.....
Fuzak if.......
Mills, lb & p .
Gbur, 2b.......
Wahl, 3b.......
Rosenthal, rf ..
Chervinko, c,
Hazzard, p.....
Rosenfeld, lb.. .
*Steuernagle .

4
4
5
5
3
4
5
3
0
4
0.

H
2
3
3
I
1
0
1
0
0
2
0

R
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
0
2
1

PQ
2
3
0
1
2
0
2
6
0
11
0

A
0
2
0
2
3
0
0
2
0
1
0

Totals........37 13
Score by innings:
Illinois...... ..000
Michigan.........203

10 27 10 1
212 023-10
000 010- 6

NETEBSPREAR
[OH PURPLE MTCHil
Wolverine Squad Will Journey
to Evanston for Second Big
Ten Clash Saturday.
After dropping a heartbreaking
meet to' the Buckeye's, the Wolver-
ne Varsity tennis team is prepar-
ing for a trip to Evanston where
they are carded to face the North-
western squad ,on Saturday in the.
second Conference court clash. The
Wolves played good tennis through-
cut the encounter with the Ohio
State squad, but the breaks seem-
ed to go against the Maize and
Blue.
The outcome of the match was in j
doubt until the finish, with Ham-
mer and Clarke, first doubles team
for the Wolves, losing their match
to break the 4-4 tie. The Michigan
pair lost the first doubles set, 3-6,
and took the second, 6-3. The third
set see-sawed back and forth until
the Buckeye paid finallyrcrashed
through to win the match, 8-6. .
Hammer Seats Star.
Hamner's terrific serves and al-
most impossible returns stood him
in good stead to' take the feature
singlesdmatch of the day from the
much touted .Dennison who has
been named one of the best play-
ers in the Middle West. Time af-
ter time the Wolverine seemed to
be played off his feet, only to re-
turn on e of Dennison's h a rd
smashes with equal precision.
Captain Fred Brace, of the Wol-
verines, was off his game and was
easily trounced by the Buckeye
number two man, Hoffman, 6-4,
6-1. In the doubles match played
by the Michigan captain and Ryan,
Brace seemed to be regaining his
customary form, but again and
again his serves would graze the
top of the net and roll foul. The
Buckeye duo of Browne and Hoffer
won the decision, in three sets.
Only ,One Weak Spot.
Ryan won handily from James in
the singles while Clarke and Rein-
dell each scored for the Wolves.
The only weakness on the Michi-
gan squad seemed to be the num-
ber six man in the singles. Sher-
man, playing in this position, drop-
ped a rather listless match to Hol-
loch of the Bucks, winding up the
singles with the Wolves in the lead,
4-2. Mills and Reindell paired up
for the number three doubles and
lost to Lessen and Greenberg.
(Continued on Page 7)

v an, hl,
Sc hang.

Herring. and Hayworth,

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Bos. 000 000 100
Phil.....100 000 12x

1 c0

4

11 0
Earn-

Durham, Kline and Berry;
shaw and Cochrane.

Wash.
N. York .

004 200 002
282 102 212

8
18

15
19

2
3

Hadley, Crowder, Burke and Har-
grave, Spencer; Pennock, Ruffing
and Dickey.

Clev. .... 115 001 030
St. Louis 010 012 200

11 17 01
6 14 3

Baseball Scores

Chi. ....110 031 001
Det......010 020 000

R H
7 11
3 10

E
C
1

l

Frasier, Faber and Tate; Sulli-

Harder, W. Ferrell, Thomas and
Sewell;Kimsey, Stiles, Coffmann,
Stiely and R. Ferrell.

NATIONAL LEAGUE

N. York . 200 200 031
Brklyn. 000 000 000

R
8
0

H
14
3

E
2

Fitzsimmons and Hogan; Clark,
Gallivan, Lombard and Lopez.

Coach John Bergelin announced
the temporary Freshman g o 1 f
squad last night. The nine men
are working out every day in an
effort to get their scores down in
the seventies.
Captain John Fischer is the only
member of the squad who can con-
sistently shoot near par. The oth-i
ers shoot around 80. With daily
practice Coach Bergelin stated thatj
their scores should drop down-
steadily. /
John Loveland, William Hanway,
Charles Menefee, and E. B. Dayton
make up the first division of the
team. In the other half of the
squad Olaf Bergelin, Dave Howard,
Milton Schloff, and Moe Plaksin
are the leaders for regular posi-
tions.,
Although the Freshman team can
not participate in Inter-collegiate
matches, they are scheduled to
meet the Varsity next week and
Coach Bergelin is working on an
inter-squad schedule of several
matches.

SWIMMING STAR TTU RUN
IN EXHIBITION
Acrowd that packed the spec- fIIP
tators gallery to capacity at the
Intramural pool last night was well Next Saturday afternoon will find
entertained for an hour by the the champion Wolverine thinclads
swimming, diving and wisecracks performing before the home crowd
of Johnny Weismuller, the world's for the first and only time this
greatest aquatic star and holder of season on Ferry field where they
a lengthy list of records. Outstand- will stage a dual meet with the
ing during the serious portion of Minnesota squad before a huge
his swimming exhibitions the noted crowd of homecoming visitors.
splasher did a 50-yard sprint in Coach Chuck Hoyt's boys are all
23.4 seconds, a mark that betters rounding into the best form of the
the Big Ten record, but is slightly season and should be in shape to
slower than his own world's record. give their best performances of the
In proof of the statement that year before the local crowd this
he can dive as well as swim, Weis- week end. In the Ohio Relays last
muller performed for a while on week Eddie Tolan showed the dope-
the high board, doing a swan dive, sters that he is still one of the
front jack knife, one and a half, fastest century runners on the col-
and full gainers, interspersing them lege ovals when he took the event
with imitations of a mooing cow, in :09.6, only one-tenth of a second
and a few tricks, such as he face- slower than his world's record. With
tiously remarked, a Matt Mann dive this time he is an easy winner over
in which he violated every conceiv- Capt. John Hass of the Gopher
able rule of good diving. visitors.
The world-famous swimmer also Hawley Egleston will find some
demonstrated the correct form in real opposition in Charles Schiefley,
swimming the American crawl and Gopher hurdling ace, but the Mich-
wound up his exhibition with an igan man has beaten him in previ-
imitatioi of a porpoise. (Continued on Page 7)
-N

Phil.
Bos.

004 000 000
001 001 102

4
5

8
9

1

Three base hits-Fuzak, Rosen-
thal, Rosenfeld;' two base hit,
Witte; Struck out, by Compton 6
in 7 1-3 innings, by McKay, 2 in one,
inning, by McNeal 1'in 2-3 innings,
by Mills,2in'81-3'innings, by Haz-
zard 1 in 2-3 innings. Double plays
Daniels to Hudson in the fifth;
Tryban to Rosenfeld in the ninth.
Bases on balls Compton, 1; Mills,
3. Left on bases, Michigan 5; Illin-
ois 7. Balk-Compton. Hit by pit-
cher, Chervinko, Kracht.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
National League
New York 8, Brooklyn 0.
Philadelphia 4, Boston 5.
Cincinnati 4, Chicago 8.
American League
Chicago 7, Detroit 3.
Boston 1, Philadelphia 4.
Washington 8, New York 18.
Cleveland 11, St. Louis 6.
MILWAUKEE - Charles Arthur
(The Great) Shires was held up in
his "back to the majors by 1932"
campaign by an injury, suffered
when he slid into the plate the
other day.

Dudley, Stoner and Davis; Zach-'
ary, Cronin, Cartwell and Bool.
Cin. ....012 010 000 4 7 0
Chi.. . ...431 000 O0x 8 14 0
F r e y, Benton and Sukeforth;
Swaltard and Hartnett.
YESTERDAY'S, HOMERS
Gehrig ...................Yanks
Webb...............Red Sox
Reese...... ............Yanks
Jenkins ................ Browns
Fonseca ....... ........ Indians
Arlett...............Phillies
Schulmerich ............Braves
Worthington ..........B...Braves

Record-Breaking
Values on
Distinctive New
Fraternity
Jewelry

Top coats

IA

at

BURR
PATT ERSON'S
} Spring Sale
20 % to 50%
Discount
603 Church Street

clearance

prices
$24

TELEPHONE CO.

$28

$32.

Telephone Home

Spring

Long Distance Rates

A

suits

'. .

are Surprisingly

All :1

Low

I

The representative rates listed below are

for day

Special

Selling

Station-to-Station calls and are effective between 4:30
a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
A Station-to-Station call is one made to a telephone
number rather than to a particular person.

for
Remainder of This Week

in the
plain
light
greys,
X4O

You may reverse the
phone if you wish.

charges to your home tele-

Neckwear

Rates from Ann Arbor to:
ATLANTA, GA. ........ .

Day
Station-to-Station
Rates
. . .$2.35

a

BAD AXE ........
BUFFALO, N. Y.....

............75

.. 1.20

REGULAR
$1.50 & $1.75
VALUES

Beginning today you will have an opportunity
to buy our finest neckwear at prices lower than
you have ever dreamed of before. We are offer-
ing a large stock of fine hand made ties, repre-
senting the season's leading silks in the most
popular plain colors, figures and stripes. They
usually sell for $1.75 . . . now only .. .

CADILLAC

1,05

$45

REGULAR
$1.50 & $1.75
VALUES

EATON RAPIDS.................

.45

FLINT ...... .
KALAMAZOO

.45

$50

... ..70

KANSAS CITY, MO.............

2.55

85 ea.

$0
Two for

Th iree and four, piece

' T l + + @ ii i ® seediiwe

LANSING........
MENOMINEE.....
MUSKEGON ......
NEW YORK.......
PONTIAC.........
SAGINAW ........
SOUTH HAVEN

1.50
.95

.45

2.15
.. .30

SHIRTS AND SHORTS
Now is a good time to stock up on
underwear, such favorable prices are
unusual. Plain, colored, and striped
shorts of broadcloth and fine cotton
shirts in all sizes.

SUITS

sport
oxfords

.60

We are offering a special group of
woolens comprising some of the most
popular shades and patterns for
Spring at this greatly reduced price.
They receive the same fine tailoring
that goes into our higher priced suits.
VALUES TO $80.00

. . .90

TOLEDO, 0...............

.40

$7

''$750

_- ;

$2.00 VALUES
2 suis29

Your calls will be speeded if you give the
operator the number of the distant telephone.
If you do not know the number

n8

-$10

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