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Tommy Loughran and Victrio Capmolo to
I Mix in Heavyweight Fight Friday Night

PATI E S TE

BIG LEAGUE STANDINGS

ilerican League.

man Everhardus, '34, of Kala-
, was awarded the Chicago
ii trophy at a meeting of the
es and playerls last night at
nion. The presentation of the
, award was made by Meyer
, Michigan alumnus and Big
>otbal1 official.
trophy is awarded annually
e Chicago alumni of the Uni-
r to the freshman participat-
the spring football drills, who
the best attitude, is regular
endance, and shows the most
se as a prospective member of
ext fall's Varsity eleven. The
r was selected by the coaches
ing the spring workouts after
it consideration of each out-
.ng candidate.
Is Highest Honor.
award is considered to be the
st within reach of an aspirant
e gridiron. This spring there
large number of outstanding
rear men taking part in the
so that the coaches had a
r difficult task in choosing the
nt of the trophy.
.hardus is a backfield man, an
ent passer and equally good
pass receiver. In the scrim-
this spring he was on the
ing end of many of Newman's
which netted long gains for
am. As a ball-carrier and,
live player Everhardus also
out. In the punting depart-
he can be counted on to get
gskin off as well as the best
m.
Winners Have Starred.
trophy has been . a goal
Is which freshmen grid can-
s have striven for many years'
ie awarding of the token has
to be the outstanding event'
e spring training period. In
ears the trophy has been won
n who later starred for the
rines as members of Varsity1
spring the award went to
Eessmer, who held down the
r signal calling berth on the
y last fall until supplanted by
Newman. The year before
judson, captain-elect of the,
Volverine eleven, received thef
y.
928 the trophy was awarded
mny Holmes, who was a mem-
the Varsity squad for three
LaVerne Taylor,-who showed
great promise as an end and
eceived an injury to his back
took him out of the game
time, won the trophy in 1927.
ear before that George Rich
(Continued on Page 7)

Hard Work This Week to Keep I
Varsity Thiiads Busy
for Iini Meet.
With a wea thus far this
week, Coach whuck 12oyt'7 Varsity
track m n are findi.g it difule t.
to work into shape for :a 'tugh dual
meet which is schedue.d to be run
off down at Champaign against the
Illini next Saturday. Hard work
and plenty of it is in store for the
thinclads in the few days remain-
ing before they embark to the Illini
lair.
Squad Nit Announced.
The squad that wi21 make the trip
will not be announced until later
in the week, but it will probably be
made up of the same contingent
which Coach Hoyt has been using
to cop the honors in the nast few
meets.
One of the big surprises of the
meet last Saturday was a brilliant
run through the mud and water
which was made by Ralph Mueller
to take first place in the 880 ahead
of Turner who is rated as the rank-
ing half-miler on the Wolverine
squad. Mueller's brilliancy seems to
have been of the twinkling variety
in the past, however. Last year he
started out well and great things
were expected of him this season.
For some reason or other, he failed
to come through as expected in the
indoor meets at first. He was given
a chance on the relay team which
went to the Illinois relays after
putting up a fine showing in the
trials. When he failed to come
through down at Champaign, Hoyt
jerked him and he was not entered
again until the medley relays at
Columbus.
Makes Chances IBetkr.
This lanky half-miler has plenty
of possibilities if he could only re-
peat consistntly enough for Coach
Hoyt to depend upon him when
necessary. With him and Turner
vieing for honors this week, it looks
as though one of them ough t to be
(Continued on Page 7)

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Cleveland.....
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lnETROIT........
Chicago............
Boston.........
Wt. Louis ........

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12 8 .600
12 10 .545
12 11 .522
13 12 .520
9 12 .428
9 12 .428
6 12 .333

Simmons Hits Homer
to Boost AthleticsUIL UhI
CALLED N-EONf
Wolverines and Buckeyes Sept
to Shelter Before Either
Team Had Scored.
With two Ohio State men out in
the first half of the second inning,
yesterday's baseball game between
Ohio State and Michigan was called
because of a heavy downpour of
rain. Neither team had scoredin
- - the first frame which was played

National League.

St. Louis...
New York
ston ' ...........
Pi'~~rh...
Piadeiphia
Brooklyi.m ...
Cincinnati. ..

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
R H E'
Phil. .... 112 000 001 5 9 1
Chi. .....000 200 000 2 4 1
Grove and Cochrane-Carraway
and Grube.
Bos. .....000 000 000 0 9 01
Det. .....000 200 000 2 6 2I
Russell, Lisenbee and Berry-
Sorrell and Hayworth.
N. York-St. Louis, wet grounds.
Washington-Cleveland, rain.
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Al Simmons,
Slugging Philadelphia Athletic,
pounded out a home run yesterday
to put his team up on top of the
American league in familiar style
of yore.
COMMISSION PUTS
LIMIT ON LONDOS
Illinois Body Says Jimmy Must
Meet Lewis for Title.
CHICAGO, M a y 12.-(/P)-The
status of heavyweight wrestling in
Illinois was up for decision today
before the state athletic commis-
sion.
The commission had given Jimmy
Londos, recognized in some parts as
champion, 10 days in which to
agree to a title match with Ed
"Strangler" Lewis, recognized in
some other parts in event Londos
declined to meet Lewis, Major Gen-
eral John V. Clinnin, chairman of
the Illinois commission, and presi-
I dent of the National Boxing asso-

under threatening skies.
McNeal, who started in the box
for the Wolverines, was nicked for
hits in the first inning by Baum-
gartner, Buckeye lead-off man,.a'nd
Fichter, the invaders' first sacker,
but his teammates pulled him out
of the hole nicely when Diffley's
throw from the plate caught Baum-
gartner stealing second, and Fich-
ter went out on a force play at
second. Kermode, Buckeye hurling
ace, after walking Superko, the
first Wolverine to face him, retired
the next three men on weak rollers,
and a pop fly.
Yesterday's encounter marked
the third time in two years that
the Buckeyes and Wolves have met
on the diamond with no decision.
Last season, when the Michigan
nine invaded the Ohio State
stronghold, the game was called
shortly after it had started because
of inclement weather, and again,
here at Ann Arbor, the two teams
battled to a 3-3 tie in a long affair
that was called because of dark-
ness.
With one less contest left to play
as a result of yesterday's cancelled
game, both teams having lost two
ball games retain little hope of fin-
ishing high in the Conference.
ciation, said heavyweight bouts
would have to be billed as "exhibi-
tions" and not "contests," In Illin-
ois.

Tonmmy Loughran, Philadelphia heavyweight boxer who has been
staging a comeback in recent months, will clash with Victorio Campolo
of Argentine at Madison Square Garden on May 15.

-- --.

_

DERBY PROGRAM
FULL OF SPORTS
Schmeling in New Role in Ring
as Exhibition Referee.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 12.-(A )-
A full program-of sporting events
are on tap for Kentucky Derby ,en-!
thusiasts thronging Louisville this}
week. T o m o r r o w night, Max
Schmeling, heavyweight b o x i n g
champion, will be on exhibition in
an unusual role, that of referee.
Schmeling will referee an eight
round semi-windup between Frank-
ie Palmo, Cincinnati light heavy-:
weight, and Bill Thomas, Louis-
ville. The main ten rounder will
be a battle between Ward Sparks,
Detroit featherweight, and Earl
Mastro, Chicago.
The derby eve sporting event
Friday night for the second time in
history will be a wrestling show.
Jim Londos, heavyweight champion
claimant, will meet Taro Myaki of
Japan in the main event.

Wightman Cup Card
Advanced Full Week.
NEW YORK, May 12.--(')--The
international tennis matches for
the Wightman cup between picked
women teams of the United States
and Great Britain will be held a
week earlier this year than they
usually have when stagd in this
country.
Instead of being set for the Fri-,
day and Saturday preceding the
women's championships, the inter-
national matches have been moved
forward so that a full week will
intervene between the two events.
I A.

First game.

Gin ..... 000 001 010
Bos. ..... 300 100 000
Benton, Carrol and
Brandt and Spohrer.

R H El
2 9 2
4 7 0
Sukeforth--

Second game.
Cin. ......020 000 010 3 7 1
Bos. .... 110 000 000 2 7 1
Johnson and Styles-Cunning--
ham and Cronin.
All other games postponed, rain,

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