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May 14, 1931 - Image 6

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tads on CircuitI

ICo acht-atf Culv7e r1

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!;}> ... . 20,00 117r0 00 :5 9 2 TWc'ty rapd,!Favorite to RunI
a~s Fhbrr ~nrdFate.off T cro o East

-Rexinger, Ranking Co
Player, Leads Strc
Maroon Team.


'McKays left - handed
'iad the Varsity ball teamn
ly at sea when he could
anywhere near the plate
7afternioon, and as a con-
the Substitutes Were able
t1 with a 4-3 victory in a
contest. Michigan will play
.es away from h~ome this
, facing Iowa on F'riday
ois on Saturdlay.
al the Varsity look~ed woe-
Lk against a lef~t hander,
they were able to make a
it through the medium of
ee tickets to first, one hit
and a balk by McKay.
hurling for the Regulars,
effective, but his greatest
in his inability to retir~e
frst baseman for the Sub-
who gathered three of the

After being held up by a lack of
ava ilable cour ts, the Varsity tennis
players were finally able to obtain
a few clay ones on which to prac-
tice on their game yesterday after-
noon in~ preparation for Saturday's
m tchl with CVhicago.
During yesterday's session, Colby'
Ryan, numnber 2 man 'on the Var-
sity, handed B~ob Clark, who has-
been playing number 4, a stinging
defeat in a fast game, 6-4, 6-0.
Ryan has now beaten every man on
the Varsity team, including 'Michi-1
gan's ranking player, Eddie Ham-

Wash.. 103 20 1 029 or
01ev. ....'200 000 001 3
Brown a n di Spencer:
Shoffner, Bean and Sewell.
Bos....000 100 000 1
Det...... 000 060lIx 2
Gaston and Berry, Ruel;
hill and Hayworth.


it Famous Derby.

18 L! .J
Fe rrell,
8 3
11 1
White -

ITwo more days and the nation's
turf classic will be holding forth at
Louisville in that delight of the
racing fan known as the Kentucky
Derby. Odds long and short, favor-
irtes and "dark horses," dope and
more dope, you can get it on every
corner as everybody offers to any-
body who will listen just what his
choice for the honors this year is
and why he must be right.
East May Shine.
It seem-s to be a year for the East
to shine, for the favorites of the

Ath. . .. ......12 7 :631
N. York..,,......13 8 .619
Wash, .,,, 13 11 .541
Dpet. ........ .... 14 12 .5i38 Contest at Chamign.Strp
01Cev............ , , ,12 11 .522 Brings Toehr edn
3os ...... .... .. . .9 13 .409 BgTn icas
Chi. ............. 9 13.3409 gTnTiuas
St. Louis .........,, ,6 13 .31~6
Michigan and -Illinoi~s will clash
NATIONAL LEAGUJE at Champaigni Saturd~ay in the out-
standing Conference dual track
W L Pct. me~et of the ouftdoor Sseason. Ifllinois,
St. Louis .. ..... 14 4 .778 for several years Michigan's strong-
N. York ,........14 ,6 .700 Est competitor and holde'rofth
Boston......13 9 .591. Big Ten title until the Wolves
Chi. .. . ... .... ... 11 8 .579 wrested it from their grsp at' the
Pitts. ... ,,.......11 12 .478 all-Conference meet last year, pos-
Phillies........ .. 9 12 .42~9 ses material enough again this
fBrlkn. . .,.. ..... 15 .348 year to make a bid for the chanw
Cin . ,.. 3 17 .15o pionship.
_________________TeamJUAnunced Toda1~y.
Coach 'Charl3ey Hoy~t will an-
amog tem re nchrs weih, nounice today the membrsofthe~
~squad who will make tip the team
a good place horse, Equipoise, whose to igh it out Saturday 'on 'track
ancestry and record ought to mean and field with the Illini. Abo~ut 20
something worthwhile in this year's menare ex.pected to m~ake the trip.
classic, and the recent winner of In last year's dual m~eet the Indianps
the roakss hld ast aturay. went down in defeat on aFerry Field
the reanesshel 'lst Stw~ay. before a -Woverinesquad that latear
Mate is the last named horse, and copped the title. The score was 74
his victory was taken from a-afild to 61.
of first class runners including the Sprinters Stog
above favorites. Consequently the Michigan's spriniters are probably
odds 'on Mate 'are hanging around th~e strongest branch of th~eteam,
3 to 1 and there are plenty of 'bet- with Eddie Tolan ad Jack C~amp-
ting men who think this is the best bell possessing enouhspeed to 'be
place for their earnings this Sat- feared by any dash mn. In all
urday.t (Contnued on WEage 7)

Frank l~ala itis,
Former captain of the Michigan
swimming team, who has been 'ap-
pointed as coach of the swimming -
team at Culver Military Academy.I
Culver, Ind.., according, to word
which was received here last night
by Coach Matt M~ann. 0j
Walaitis vvas ab member of the
Michigan tank 'team for three sea-,
sons and was named on the All-
American group of natators for
1930. He graduated from here las~t
season. In addition to swimming!
coach, he will teach German at the
academy, asstuming .his duties next

N. York . 000 000 210
St. Louis 002,000 000
Pipgras and Dickey;,
and Ferrell.





Philadelphia 7, Chicago 5.',7

,e 11tits.

very, Supeko getting two blows,'
le Kracht, Eastman, and Daniels
e ~gathering one safe hit apiece.
of Siperko's hits was a bunt
thr that he beat out easily,
leEastman's hit was a ringing
bile to lit that passed directly
rthte third base cushion.
hie Substitutes started the scor-
in the first inning, Drabicke's
sending in both Moody and Mc-
mick. The sco~re stayed at 2-0
it the fi'rst half of the sixth,
n through the medium .of Me-
's wildness, the Varsity was able
usl', across two markers to even
he count. After one out, Tomp-
>walked, Hudson was hit in the
ulder with a pitched ball, and
ley walked. As Hole was throw-,
out Daniels at first, Tompkins
ed, and when McKay commit-
a balk Hundson came in.
Subs Score Again.
Z the last of the seventh the,
,stitutes again forged to the
it, this time on McKay's single,
dsey's walk, Travers' error in
ntg to catch McKay off second,
Hole's infield hit that scored
lanky southpaw twirler.
hie Varsity was not long in
ding up the count again, Diffley
ling to right, stealing second,
coming home on Daniels' bin -
to right. The Substitutes, how-
r~. were not to be denied, and in
last ha.lf of the eighth Moody
led, McCormack walked, and
,bicke sent a safe hit to right
tscored Moody.
Lthough Superko singled and
e second in the ninth nobody
d bring him in, and the Varsity
it down to defeat with the tying
left stranded on the runways.
oth of the pitchers were effec-
when they could, locate the
(Continued on Page 7)

Telegraphic Affair
Wisconsin and

Fiday With

- Strong Midway Team.
Coach Stagg; of the Maroons, will
bring one of the strongest, if not
the strongest team in the Confer-
ence to Ann Arbor for the matches
this Saturday. Last season the Mid-
way squad won both the singles
and doub~les. Conference chamnpion-
With. five men back, Coach Stag
believes that his team ranks as
good as last season's. The five vet-
erans include Captain Scott Rex-
inger, Herbert Heyman, Stanley
Kaplan, =Paul Stagg, and Lawrence
Schmidt. Ries is the sixth member
of the Chicago team.
Rcxinger Ranks as No. 1.
Captain fiexinger, who ranks
with the best collegiate players in
the country, was the principal fac-
tor in bringing the Conference
championships to Chicago. He cap-
tured the singles title and was .a'
partner on the team' which an-
nexed the doubles title.
The power of thie lMidway netters
was demonstrated recently, when
they took the supposedly strong
Northwestern team down the line
to the tune of 8-1. Chicago's doubles
combinations are composed of Rex-
inge~r and Heyman, Stagg and Kap-
lan, and Ries and Schmidt.

WVashingtion 9, Cleveland 3.
Detroit 2, Boston 1.
New York 3,. St. Louis 2.


Thursday's Games.
Athletics at Chicago.
New York at St. Louis.
Washington at Cleveland.
Boston at Detroit.


Chicago-Brook]lyn, rain.
Pittsburgh-New York, rain.
St. Louis-Boston, rain.
Cincinnati-Philadelphia, rain.


season all come from that section
of the country. Of course there are
' entries from the West, also, Abtt
their stock is not so' high with the
bookies and only one horse stands
out as likely to place when the big
race comes off Saturday, Theodore
Miller's Pittsburgher, son of In
Memoriam and winner of the trial
purse Tuesday.
Twenty Grand is Favorite.
Pittsburgher was supposed to be
shy of a wet track, but the way he
tore through the mud for this vic-
tory certainly did not show any
such trouble. Charles Fisher's Sweep'
All wa~s third behind Spanish Play
in a blanket finish in the race and
thus held up his odds as a likely.
candidate to place in the big affair.
Twenty Grand is the favorite yet
and the odds are still going about
5 to 2 on him to win. There arQ
plenty others though who have
1-thp2ir hnaPrdr-'vin Lyodynr1umnnhr -r

Friday, afternoon -is the date set
for the final event of the year on
the freshman track program, a tri-
angular telegraphic meet with Wis-
consin and Illinois. Coach Ken
Doherty's men are working daily
and several times set in the Ohio
State meet of last week will prob-
ably be beaten.
Wisconsin and Illinois are both
dangerously strong this year, an~d
will give the Wolverine yearlings a
battle. Wisconsin recently defeated
the Ohio State yearlings by a count
of 83 to 51. Bingham of. Wisconsin
~ran the 220 in 22.3. Kammn of Illin-
ois :yet a mark of 45 feet, 6 inches
in the shot.
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;ECOIVD CONCERT~, "St. Francis
4 Assisi','by Pierne. KHilda Burke,
;oprano ;EleanorXeynolds, Contral.
o; Frederick Jagel, 'tenor; Nel-
on Edd~y, B~aritonfe; Fed 'Patton,
ass; The Chicago -Symphony Or.
hestra; The Un-iversity- Choral
Jnion, Earl V."Modre, Conductor,
hursday Evening.
HIRD CONCERT, "Old 'Johnny
kppleseed" by Gaul, H-ilda Burke,
oprano; 'Eleanor Reynolds, Con-
ralto; Palmer Christian, Organ-
t, Orchestral accompaniment;-
hildren's Festivat Chorus; Eric
Meamarter and Juva Higbee,
;onductors, Friday afternoon.
(an Padercwski, Pianist; Chicago
ymiphony Orchestra, Frederick
;tack, Conductor, Friday, Evening.
.11-71-1CONCERTf, Ruth JIrewii,
Violinist; Chicago Symphony Or-
;hestra, Frederick Stock, Conduc-
or, Saturday afternoon.
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