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THE MICHICAN DAILY

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Faces Ohio

State

T%.Xda

at Ferry

V leic

if or Keigler Expected to,
onl Mountd for Varsity;
Rio Hurler Unpicked.
-ontinues Fight, in Spite
hicago Defeat, to Keep
in feels of fllinois.
ROBARLE LINEUPS
t Ohio State
3b Baumngartncr, cf
e, if Widlar, rf
ns, ci Fic'iter, lb
lb Hilnchnan or
c Hale, 3b
2b Fesler, 2b
, rf Strotier, ss
ss Condon, if
or Kieg- Weisheimer or
Fury, c
Kermode, Wrig-
ley, or Albord, p
in Ann Arbor again after
hat saw them split even in
,es on the road, Michigan's
nine will battle the Ohio
gregation at 4:0' o'clock
i the Ferry Field diamond.
either of the pitchers has
been definitely selected, it
that either McNeal 'or
will work for the Wolver-
th any one of Kermode,
or Albord dishing them up

Wejlveri'b nes

W~hitewash indiala In Tennis Meet, 9 to 0

BIG SIX HITTING
AVERAGES FALL

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Baseball, Track, Tennis, Golf
Teams to Meet Adversaries
in Conference Contests. .

BIG LEAGUE STANDINGS
W' L Pet.
New York........12 s 8 o .606
Philadelphia ......10U 1 .8
Cleveland........12 i1 .24
Poston............9 11 .450
St. Louis...........6 12 .333
National League.
St. Louis ........14 4 .77
New York .........14 6 .0Ai
R ,ston............12 8 .600
Chicago .. . . .. . ..i.. .579
' ittsburg .......... .
Ehiladeiphi....... 12 .S4
Binc aiyn.......... 8 15 .348
iciinati........ 2 16 .I11

Griffs Score Eighteen Safeties
off Four Bengal Hurlers;
Cards, Pirates Win.

YESTERDAY'S SCORES
American Leaguze
Washington 14, Detroit 4.
All other games postponed
rain).
Philadelphia 2, St. Lou-is 1,
Aill other gamnes postponled

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(rain).
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file the defeat su fered at Chi-
last Saturday virtually cost
Maize and Blue any chance
soever for the Big Ten toga,
will still be out trying to win
any games as possible, with
rope that Illinois and North-
rn will run into some rough
.g in the last half of the sea-
State Has Lost Two Games.i
Ohio State they will meet a
that still has two in its first
ern Conference victory. In two
s that the Buckeyes have
d they have lost to both In-
and Northwestern, both times1
mnargin of two runs. Their
luled game with the Big Ten
rs, Illinois was rained out last
day. Even though the Scarlet
Gray aggregation still has to
into the win column, the
in of their defeats has not
so great that they cann be
d off lightly. In coming with-
to runs of the Wildcats they
ed a team that has lost but
out of seven starts, and that
inois.
injury to Larry Butler, Wol-
e right fielder, at Wisconsin
nake it impossible for him to
a part in today'.S game, and
lace will likely be taken by
y .Eastman, who started the
n in that position. Outside of'
one shift there will be no
ges in the lineup that will take
feld for Coach Ray Fisher's

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With all of the teams at the top
{r of their form, the several " repire-
:sentatives of the Maize and Blue
are preparing for a busy week of
activities. For many of them the
- sesults of this weeks contests will
decide whether or not they are to
r be reckoned with in the final Big
Ten standings.
Tracksters to Meet.
Coach Charlie Hoyt will take his
}~... Varsit hinclads to Champaign on
>.' . Saturday to engage the strong 11-
linois outfit in a dual meet which
ought to provide an excellent in-
* r dex to many of the probable win-
ners in the Big Ten meet to be
nhed later in the month. The Illini
boast a galaxy of stars including
,star hurdler, Verne
McDcrirott,. vaulter, and Had Pur-
ma, in the weight events. In addi-
tion Gould, Carrison, Woolsey, and
Evans in the distance events are
especially strong.
(BA e Pre), The week's schedule for Ray
Babe uthFisher's baseball nine is character-
The receding batting averages of ized by its usual toughness. After
the major league sluggers brought the game today with Ohio State,
more changes in the lineup of the the ball tossers will remain here
big six yesterday. Three of the con- until Friday when they again go
tenders for places among the sextet the road. First to encounter
played, and between them they got onwa tatesttAmesuten
only one hit. Lew Fonseca, of Cleve- to proceed down ollege tham agn for
land, and Johnny Vergez, of the t reed dn t tp n
New York Giants, failed to connect a rtrn gagement with the Con-;
nw Yrkp Giants, faid tocnect ference leaaing Illini, who defeated
and droppf~ed below third place n nhem earlier in the season.
their leagues. Dale Alexander, of .
Detroit, in the last two games, hit Tenis Team to Play Chicago.
three out of ten and fell from first Inaddition to the meet yester-
to third place. Rogers Hornsby, of day, wherein they whitewashed In-
the Cubs, and Al Simmons, of the diana to the tune of 9-0, the Var-
Athletics, replaced Vergez and Fon- sity racquet wielders have a meet
set standings dthere Saturday with the strong
Tesadnstoday: University of Chicago outfit to
G AB R H Pct. complete their week's order of busi-
Ruth, Yanks .....13 47 17 20 .426 ness. The Chicago team although
Simmons, Ath. ...17 64 13 27 .422 not as highly rated as in past
Alexander, Tigers 14 92 13 38 .413 years, still has a formidable aggre-
Roettger, Reds .'..15 63 3 25 .397 gation of stars which are capable
Bottomley, Cards 16 62 12 23 .362 of giving Coach Johnstone's boys
Hornsby, Cubs ...18 69 18 25 .362 a busy afternoon.
The golfers will content them-
selves with two non-conference
T A K T AM EI meets, one with the University
freshman squad, Wednesday, and
one with Detroit City College here
Iaturday. These will merely pro-
vide conditioning exercise in pre-
paration for the meet next Mon-
day with Chicago.
Meet With Illinois Is Next on
Varsity Schedule; Contest Western Conference
Exnected tn Re Co.

Varsity
and

Having successfully passed an-
other obstacle in their path to a
Big Ten dual meet title, by defeat-
ing Northwestern Saturday, the!
Varsity golfers yesterday started
preparations for two non-confer-
ence meets this week. The regular
Big Ten schedule will resumebnext
Monday, when Coach Trueblood
and his boys journey to Chicago to
meet the reputedly strong Midway
outfit.
The first of these meets schedul-
ed for this week will bring the Var-
s i t y against Johnny Bergelin's'
freshman outfit Wednesday after-
noon. This meet will consist en-
tirely of singles matches with pres-
ent plans calling for six men on
each team to participate. The
freshmen led by Johnny Fisher will
no doubt be able to afford the up-
perclassmen plenty of opposition.
Detroit to Meet Varsity Golfers.
The Detroit City College quartet,
will invade the University links
Saturday to show their wares
aganst the Maize and Blue. The
Detroiturs have an usually strong
team this year and the outcome is
causing considerable speculation in
state golfing circles.
As for the match last Saturday,
the rain and mud provided the set-
ting for many remarkable shots.
Captain Royston got off to a flying
start in his match by executing one
of the finest shots ever seen in the
short history of the new University
course, on the first hole. He pushed,
his second shot far to the right,
twentynyardstfrom thehrow of
pines which guards the greens
from that direction, but about hole
high. Finding it impossible to run
a ball underneath, he drew a nib-
lic from his bag, scooped the ball
up in a tremendous swipe which
sent it about 70 fet into the air'
and to a final resting place within
easy one putting distance of the
cup.
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In the only game played yester-
day in the American League, the
Senators walloped the Detroit Tig-
ers at Navin Field to the tune of
14 to 4. The Griffs collected a total
of 18 safeties off a quartet of De-
troit hurlers, while the Tigers were
unable to get to Fisher for more
than two- runs until the ninth in-
ning when .Owen's scratch single
and Alexander's double started the
beiated rally that gave the Bengals
two more runs.
Bridges Knocked Out in First.
Bridges, Tiger hurler who has{
been going well thus far this season
had a shortlived career in yester-
day's spree, allowing a total of five
hits and four runs in the initial
frame and was sent to the showers
with only one man down, Sullivan;
who relieved him permitted Wash-
ington two more runs in the first
and an additional two in the second
inning. He held the Griffs scoreless
in the third frame, but was jerked
in the fourth when they began wal-
loping him, with Hogsett taking up
the hurling duties for the Tigers.
Hogsett lasted but three innings
and Herring was sent in to see if
his offerings could fool the slugging
Senators. Herring finished the game
for the Tigers.
Meine Beats Vance for Pirates.
Two of the National League clubs
were also rained out yesterday, with
Pittsburgh and Brooklyn, and St.
Louis and Philadelphia engaging in
the only encounters of the day. The
Pirates collected one run in the
opening frame dand three more in
the fourth to. defeat the- Dodgers,
4-2. Meine was the winning pitcher
and Vance got one chalked up in
the lost column.
The Cards, after getting one run
in the third, alowect the Phillies a
pair of tallies in the sixth and were
unable to cross the plate with any
more for themselves, and lost a
close game, 2-1. Neither of these
games affected the relative posi-
tions of the teams in the National
League.
State college athletic directors
have come forward unanimously!
against the non-coaching rule that
more than 77 per cent of Detroit
high school directors, coaches and
captains opposed in a secret, vote.

Baseball Scores,

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A MEP ICAN LE AGUE
New York-Chicago (no game, rain).
Phila.-St. Louis (no game, rain).
Boston-Cleveland (no game, rain).
R H E
Wash....620 202 200 14 18 0
Det. ......001 010 002 4 11 3
Fisher and Iaringrave; 3ridges
Sullivan, Hogsett, Herring, Schang
and Hayworth.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati-Boston (no game, rain),
Chicago-New York (no game, rain).
R H E
Pitt ......100 300 000 4 10 2
Brkln.....000 200 000 2 5.1
Meine and Phillips. Vance and
Lopez.
St. Louis ..001 000 000 1 7 0
Phila.....000 002 00x 2 5 1
Hallahan, Lindsey, and Wilson,
Collins and Davis.
Beatrice Bryan,. nterprise, Miss.,
Who won jI1 southern tenmis Tites
!ast summner, has broken out this
year as coach of a two-goal-a-min-
ute basketball team.

I RIG TEN V
Victory Brings Win Total to Two
Against One Loss; Chicago
Contest Scheduled Next.
By Sheldon C, Fullerton
Winning every set butone against
Indiana, Michig an's Varsity tennis
team coasted to an easy 9-0 whiatf-
wash of the Hoosiers yester day on
the Ferry Field courts, in a West-
ern Conference tennis meet. Mich-
igan was the easy victor in eve ry
one of the six singles clashes, a
was equally successful in. sweeping
to triumphs in the three double
matches, with scarcely any opp):i-
tion being offered them.
The victory over Indiana gave
the Michigan netters a record of
two wins against one defeat, the
other triumph being scored over
Northwestern last Saturday while
the one loss came at the hamds of
Ohio State in the first Bio Ten
meet of the season. Next Saturday
the Wolverines will run into their
toug)hest match of the year when
they engage Chicago here.
Fred Brace started proceedings
off with a victory yesterday when
he defeated Rice of Indiana, G-2,
G-2. Treo was nothing about the
match to make it overly interesting
from a spectator's viewpoint, the
Michigan captain having thing
pretty much his own way through-
out tlh entire two sets. Nine doubles
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Buckeye hittin is Weak.
ie Buckeyes will not present-
lineup of sluggers such as grAc-.
he Illinois batting attack here,
Tuesday, and should the Maize
Blue twirlers be working in
1 form, Michigan should be able
ome through with a much
led victory. Wesley Fesler, Ohio
e's famous football-basketball
has not been hitting at any-
re near his usual clip this sea-
and his failure to come
ugh may prove to be a boon
he Wolverines. Last year he
I out a home run in the Ohio,
e game here.
nong the men on the Buckeye
-d who will bear watching in
y's fray will be Baumgartner,
er fielder and Weisheimer, cat-
The former has been playing
ce game of ball all year long
the visitors, while the latter's
is-up play behind the plate and
work with the stick have been
g factor in the slight success
team has had.
ermode and Wrigley are two
ran mound aces who have
m to good advantage in pre-
s appearances on the hill for
. Kerrmode in his third year
the squad, while Wrigley was
1phomore find last season.
her Hopes For Better Batting.
chigan's batting was not allj
could be desired in the games,
mnst Wisconsin and Chicago last
h, but Coach Fisher is hoping
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With all the honors of an over-
whelming,,-even if muddy, victory
over the Minnesota Gophers last
Saturday in the first Conference
dual meet of the season packed
away, the Wolverine thinclads are
-preparing for an invasion of for-
eign territory this Saturday when
they travel down to Champaign to
engage 0he Ihi.i in .. pr 11ses
to be one _I the best dual m s in
the BLig Ten schedule fo both
Wolves and Gillmen boast some of
,the outstanding individual men in
the Conference.
The Michigan team rolled up a
one-sided score against the Minne-
sota boys in that last meet, but
they were almost totally unable to
demdnstrate any real form in their
events. Tolan, Wolfe, Austin and
Russell had little or no opposition
in their respective events to even
force them to exert themselves a
great deal. A week of intensive
training is going to come in mighty
handy for the Wolves if they wish
to take over this Illini outfit.
When the dope is handed out on
the relative merits of the two teams
scheduled to meet at Champaign it
looks as though it is going to be a
battle of champions with the result
giving a fine indication of what is
to be expected of each team in the
Conference meet the following
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and N.C.A. Iron Out
Troubles, Is Report
All the impending difficulties be-
tween the Western Conference and
the North Central Association of
Colleges and Secondary Schools
were ironed out satisfactorily, ac-
cording to a story printed in the
Chicago Daily News Saturday.
Dean Edmonson, of the School of
Education and President of the
North Central Association, presided
over the meeting. All the points of
conflict were cleared up quickly and
without difficulty and plans for
future co-operation between the two
groups were formulated.
The Big Ten was represented by]
President Ruthven of Michigan,
President Scott of Northwestern,
and President Elliott of Purdue.
President Gage of Coe college was
the principal representative of the
North Central Association.
ST, ANDREWS, Scotland, May 11.
-(IP)- The draw for the British
Open golf championship, to begin
June 1 at Carnoustie, was issued
today, revealing 214 entries. Thir-
teen are Americans, five Argentins,
one from Colombia and one from
Manila. Representatives of Austral-
ia, Germany, France and India also
will play.

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