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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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verines Win Nine Firsts
Minnesota's Six; Tolan
Takes Century.
By Wilbur J. Myers.

to'

unning in a miserable down-
,r and handicapped by a soft
k covered inches deep with
er in places, the Wolverine Var-
track teamchampion of the
Ten,, splashed its way to an
rwhelming victory over the Min-
ota Gophers yesterday after-
)r on Ferry field to open and
e, as far as this campus is con-
ted, the Conference dual meet
son;.
he Wolverines rolled up a total
891/2 points to 45 for the
)hers, annexed 9 first places to
Northmen's 6, and scored three
ns, in the 440, 880, and the two-
e.
Gophers Stage Upsets.
he Gophers brought about sev-
1 upsets, however, for Scheifley
ie home a winner in both high
. low hurdles to add two first
es to, the Northmen's total,
le Egleston who has previously
sAted the Gopher hurdler, was
sated to a second and third
se in these events.
ass in the broad jump, Hackle
the high jump, and Munn in
shot and discus added the other
t places for the Gophers.
Mueller Beats Turner.
robably the biggest surprise of
meet came when lulph Mueller
ped out ahead of Turner, rank-
Michigan half-miler, on the
lap .and maintained his posi-
to the 4i. l tokbeat his team-
e ky'tgo y rds. Braden took an
V third to make it a slam for
higan.
erry Austin proved a big disap-
ftment to the few hundred fans
braved the inclement weather,
he failed to show any of his
pep and flash, choosing to let
rell 'f Minnesota set the pace
t of the way, a snail's pace com-
ed to what the Michigan vet-
a is capable of. He just jogged
r the finish an easy victor over
competition with no exertion
xtsoever. Howell was right be-
I him for a second while Hill
Sa gruelng duel from Currell
nake it a clean sweell.
Dash is Thriller.
he century was a thriller with
ie Tolan, Jack Campbell, John
.s, and Chuck Smyth splashing
n the puddles on the straight-
,y with mud flying in all direc-
s as Tolan slid into the tape
ner by a yard with little effort,
le Capt. 'Haas took a brilliant
nd from Campbell by one last
;e only to take a nasty spill and
for several yards beyond the
sh line. Tolan also' took the 220
i Campbell second and Haas
11 in all, the meet didn't indicate
eat deal, for under the circum-
ices it was impossible for any of
stars to demonstrate their real
ity and such luminaries as
in, Haas, Tolan, Austin, and
ner all worked under difficulties.
arty Brill, star Notre Dame
back, has been appointed an
stant coach at Columbia.
Days Until
Architects' Ball I

Chicago
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS,
American League.
New York 13, Chicago 9.
Philadelphia 6, St. Louis 4.
closton 5, Cleveland 1.
\Wash ing~tn-Detroit, rain.
Nationa League.
Cincinnati 2, Boston 4 .
Chcao 4, Ne Yor 15>.
3.-5.
St. Louis 4, Pithburgh 2.
Baseball Scores
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Holds Michigan
T[IIMMAKES HOME RUN
TINN I T9WITH BASES FUL
FRM PURLEy 72
Hammer Is Only Michigan Man

___ Over C
coreless to Take 4
YEARLING TENNIS
P E D i AE DtIespath w rek,uC M FrLanet
I--of the freshman tennis squad has
I Everkardus Snares Lotg Pass had time enough to get a genera
-- N ] ~. . fl idea of th material at hand in

to Lose Singles Match;
Bert Riel Stars.
EVANSTO:I, iJ. A ving their
defeat at the hands of Northwest-
ern last year the Wolverine net
team swept to a decisive 7-2 win
ovcr the Wildcats hero today. In-
termittent showers made play dif-I

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Bos. ..... 010 002 011
C1ev. .... 000 000 001

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5 11
1 5

Gaston and Berry; 1ludlin, Job-
lonovski and Berg.

Washington-Detroit, rain.

N. York 010 001 506
Chi. ....200 900 007

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ficult when the courts became wet
and slippery..
By winnmng nye of tne six singles
matches, Michigan clinched the
match and made the three doubles
matches a mere formality. In the
singles matches Hammer was the
only Maize and Blue entry to lose
when he dropped a hard three set
set-to to Bert Riel, Northwestern
and tennis star, 6-4, 10-12, 6-3.
Hammer pulled the second set outE
of the fire after Riel had twelve
match points.
Ryan Plays Well.
Colby Ryan, Michigan junior
star, with his sparkling net play
turned back Dodge of Northwest-
ern, 6-4, 6-2. This match was rath-
er one-sided with the Wolverine
having his own way most of the
jtime.
Clarke, playing number three for
the Varsity trimmed Sheldon 6-0,
8-10, 6-1, in a well played match.
Captain Brace easily took his
match from Nelson, 6-2, 6-3, while
Reindel accounted for the next
match over Fuller by a 6-0, 6-3
count.
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imde; od by a cold driving rain
>/1t hai. ::ept ac'ros the Stadium yes-I
'.tc. rday morning, t h e Wolverine
rlui giLddcrs brought their prac-,
iic session te a close with a scrim-
mage between two picked teams
' f rothat wound up with the Blues on
the winning end of a 6-0 score.
Goo6d football was made impossible
by the wet grounds, and the game
was marred by fumbles, bad passes,
and poor tackling.
A long pass from Newman in
the second quarter was taken by
his teammate Everhardus, who jug-
Jimmny Foxx, gled the ball several times when a
. Athletic first baseman who hit a pair of tacklers threatened him,
home rui yesterday in the ei ;ht'?pi 1tclr hetndhm
inning of the st. Louis game. This but finally slid across the goal line
circuit blow brought in four runs after being knocked dawn. The
arid enabled Philadelphia to noseliB kkfor the pointh was wide but
out the Browns, 6-4. the Blues kept the six 1)int lead

th s sport. No fewer than eight
m 'n are of such outstanding abil-
ity tht they have been seeded in
the comnpetition for places on the
squad. The other twenty-two are
in the first and second rounds ol
an eliminatioui tournament.
The igh. seeded players are:
Sandusky, Nisen, Schlop, Bald-
win, Root, Renihan, Waring, and
Muzzey. Among these, NLen andl
Baldwin are outstanding in play
thus far, while Schnapp holds a
National Junior Indoor ranking of
twenty-first.
Among the non-seeded players,
Finch, Durand, Newman, McEl-
waine, Wells, and Fiske have Shown
up well In the early matches, and
are likely to hold down squad pos-
itions later. Donovan and Sjostrom
are outstanding sophomores in the
race for positions on the freshman
squad.

op ers
L S FLD 'ILTO
Hudson Fans for Last Out
Ninth Inning With Three
Men on Base.
C HICAGO, I1..-( Lefty I
sh aw', higo's sophomrore hurler,
kept Michigan's batsmen well in
hand today, and the Maroons won
their third Big Ten baseball game,
4-0. Henshaw held the Wolverines
to seven widely scattered hits and
fanned 11 of the opposing batters.
His last strike-out victim was Hud-
son who went down for the third
out in the ninth inning with the
bases loaded.
. This loss practically eliminates
Michigan from the Western Con-
ference race since the Wolves al-
ready had lost to Illinois. Coach
Ray Fisher used three pitchers in
an attempt to stop the powerful
Maroons.
The score by innings:
R H E
Mich.......000 000 000 0 7 3
Chi.......002 010 lox 4 14 2
Batteries: McNeal, McKay, Comp-
ton, and Diffley; Henshaw and Ca-
hill.

Sherid and Ruffing, Dickey; Mac-
Kain, Moore, Braxton and Tate.

hil.....000 010 050
St. Louis 101 010 100

R H
66
4 12

Walberg, Grove, and Cochranc;
Gray, Kimsey,rand Ferrell.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
R
St. Louis 000 210 010 4
Pitt. .... 100 001 000 2

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Tolan Will Enter
Eastern Track Meet
Announcement was made yester-
day that Michigan will have an
entry in the Eastern Intercollegiate
'rack and Field Events this year.
The lone Wolverine entry in this
important track carnival will be
Eddie Tolan, official holder of the
world's record in the 100-yatd dash,
and star sprint man for the Maize
and Blue for the past three years.
Tolan has bcen, forthe past two
years at least, one of the outstand-
ing men in the dashes in the world,
having toured Europe two summers
ago with a group of American ath-
letes who gave exhibition races.
Tolan's entry in the Eastern In-
tercollegiate meet will insure a fast
race in the century when the uni-
versity teams line up at Cambridge
May 20 and 30.

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t roughout the game, holding the
Yellow team for downs in the last
quarter after they had battled their

Johnson and Mancuso; Kremer
and Phillips.

Cin.
Bos.

.200 000 000
000 .004 00x

R H E
2 10 2
4 11 0
and Seibold

Lucas and Sukeforth;
and Spohrer.
Chi. ....112 000 000
'N. York . 001 100 03x

4
5

4
11

1
0

Root a n d Hortnett;
Berly, Hening and Hogan,

Hubbell,I

Mills, last Michigan entry, came
back after losing the first set of
his match to Evans and added an-S
other point to the Michigan total
when he took the second and third'
set to win his match 3-6, 6-2, 8-6.
In - the doubles matches Riel
again demonstrated his power on
the tennis court by contributingt
heavily in the second victory which
his team took during the day.
Paired with Dodge he defeated
Hammer and Clarke in the number
one doubles 7-5, 6-1.
In the second doubles battle o!
the day, Brace and Ryan had no'
trouble in stopping Fuller and
Sheldon 6-4, 6-3. Reindel and
Ranck paired well together to take
the last doubles match from Nelson
and Evans 6-'0, 6-C.
The Varsity will meet Indiana
tomorrow afternoon on the Ferry
Field courts in an attempt to ex-
tend their winning streak, and from
advance indications should send the
Hoosiers home with a beating.

way to a scoring position.
Freshman from last fall's year-
ling squad held a goodly portion
of the spotlight for the day. As an
added incentive the game was the
final opportunity for the first year
men to demonstrate their respec-
tive abilities and show the pro-
gress they have made during the
sp ing sessions, which will be taker,
into account when the awarding
of the Chicago Alumni Trophy is
considered next Tuesday.
A quartet of yearling gridders,
who have been outstanding during
the past few weeks are Herman
Everhtrdus, Stanley Fay, and Jack
Heston, backfield men, and Fred
Petoskey, end. Fay and Heston,
who played Together in high school
were performing in the Yellow
backfield yesterday, each tearing
off occasional gains.

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