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TIGERS TROUNCE YANKEES, 2-0;
I CINCY REDS TAKE DOUBLE WIN

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Is Today

i Gives Maize and Blue Nine
weep of Home and Home
Conference Series.
upton Will Hurl for Varsity
Against Illinois Baseball
Team This Afternoon."
(Special 10The Daily)
WA CITY, May 15.-(.'P)-Aid-
by brilliant infield suppcirt,
ler hurled Michigan to a 2 to'
tory over Iowa in a well played
e here today. Kiegler succeed-
n bearing down in the pinches
hiff five Hawkeye batters. Dan-
and Kracht gobbled up drive
r drive when the old gold
atened to score.
stman and Kracht singled to
1 the fourth but both runners
caught on the base paths by
ons snap throws. Diffley walk-
n the fifth, went to second on
els' grounder to the pitcher,
scored on Eastmans blow to
t. The Wolverines counted in
next frame, when with two
n, Tompkins got a life on Ken-
error, advanced to second when
son drew a free ticket, and
d on Diffleys single.
ser walked in the initial stan-
vith two out and captain Joe
ry sent him to third with a
double down the left field
line, but Nelson grounded out
:nacht. Again with two gone
he sixth, Nelson singled to
t and Reedquist doubled to left
this time Riegert skied to Dan-
Porter walked and Kenny
.ed in the .seventh but Kiegler
down and forced Koser to roll.
uperko for the final out. .
was Iowas seventh consecutive
at. Stempel was the first Hawk-
pitcher to go the route -against,

UNITED STATES SELECTS DAVIS CUP
PLAYERS TO FACE CANADIAN TEAM

MICHIGAN NETTERS,'
TO MEETCHICAGO;
Big Ten Champions Here Today'

For Season's Feature
Court Matches.
Chicago's veteran tennis
will face the Wolverines
o'clock this morning on the
Field courts. The Maroons

team
at 10
Ferry
boast

an exceptionally powerful squad,
with Scotty Rexinger as the head-
liner. This versatile star is one of
the outstanding tennis players in
this section of the country, having
annexed the Western Conference
singles title last season as well as
pairing up with his teammate Hey-
man to take the double champion-
ship. Heyman is also with the team
again this year. The Wildcats have
already suffered at the hands of
the Midway team by an 8 to 1
score.

With Uhle in the box, the Tigers
gave a decisive 2-0 beating to Joe
McCarthy and his Yankee team-
mates at Navin field in the series
opener yesterday. Pennock and
Wells hurled for the New Yorkers.
Yesterday's game was Uhle's first
start of the season, and he allowed
but five hits throughout the game.
At one time Babe Ruth, playing for
the first time in several days as
DETROT LIKSMEN
City College Team Is Expected
to Push Varsity in Match
on Michigan Course.

a result of an injury, advanced to
third after being walked, but the
inning ended before he could reach
home.
The Cincinnati Reds, awakening
from the dormancy that they have
manifested throughout the season,
won their fourth and fifth games
of the year in a double header with
the Phillies. They were not scant
victories either, but margins of 10
to 5 and 7 to 5. Philadelphia made
use of seven pitchers during the
two games.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
R H E'
New York :.000 000 000 '0 5 0:
Detroit . . . .000 002 00x 2 8 1
Pennock, Wells and Dickey; Uhle
and Hayworth.
Phila.......000 000 121 4 9 0
Cleve. ..... 000 000 000 0- 9 4
Rn - andC Vnhrn Brnw

PRACTICAILLY EVEN
Dual Meet Victory Likely to Go
to Team Taking High jump
and Javelin Events.
With the strongest opposition
stacked up against them that they
have met this year outside of the
Big Ten meets, the Wolverine thin-
clads are scheduled to meet the
Illini squad of track stars today at
Champaign in what will be the big
test of the year as far as Michigan's
prospects are concerned for the
Conference championship, which is
to be decided next week.
Prospects of a victory for the
Maize and Blue representatives are
far from rosy, for the. Illinois boys
can muster a group of outstanding
stars eaual to any in the Confer-
ence, although Michigan appears to
have the advantage of a better bal-
anced team. Announcement was
made yesterday that Paul Evans,
star distance runner and captain
of the -Illini cross-country team,
is physically unfit to enter the
meet and will be out for the re-
mainder of the season. This loss
to the Illini may cost them a first
place in the mile, but it will also

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Michigan's record thus far this The first golf match in history Hade'ad'ewll
seaoprigcsrarght thurfrbetween Michigan and the Detroit Harder and Sewell.
seacon predicts a bright future for City College is scheduled to get Boston 103 010,322 12 14 3
the Wolves, and if they can over- 'clock this
come the obstacle of the Maroons underwayabout :45 oclo is Chicago ...011 001 320 8 15 8
this afternoon, they will have re- MacFayden, Moore and Ruel;
gained a good portion of the pres- Cap't. Randall Ahern led his men Faber, McKain and Tate.
tige lost when the Buckeyes nosed over the course yesterday, and al-
them out two weeks ago in a heart- though they experienced consider- Wash.....020 000 051 8 16 0
breaking meet. able difficulty in coping with the St. Louis . .004 010 000 5 11 2
Brace Meets Rexinger. severe winds which swept the Marberry, Hadley and Spencer;'
Brac Mees Ie xier.course, and which blew many good
Captain Fred Brace of the Wol-! shots off line to a resting place in Stewart, Kimsey andFerrell.
verines has drawn the toughest as-' the deep pitted bunkers surround- NATIONAL LEAGUE
signment i being matched to play ing the greens, they demonstrated! R H E
against Rexinger in the singles. clearly that the Maize and Blue Chicago .,..200 100 001 4 10 0
Brace has been playing a stellar sharpshooters will have to be at Brklyn. .. .010 400 01x: 6 8 0
game of tennis this year but at the top of their game in order to Smith, Teachout, May, Baecht
times the breaks have been against turn them back by any appreciable and Hartnett; Phelps and Lopez.
him, and have cost him a clean score.
slate on the win side. Coach Thomas Trueblood an- Pitts......000 101 001 3. 11 1
Hammer, who alternates with the nounced after the Varsity complet- New York 010 001 000 2 10 2
Michigan leader in the number one ed a short workout yesterday, that French and Phillips; Mitchell and
position, will take on Stagg, former Jolly would be substituted for Liv- O'Farrell.
gridder, who plays in number two ingston in the afternoon singles 1st Game:
position for the Windy City squad. matches. This young Upper Penin- Cin.. .. ......000 015 031 10 15 1
Hammer should be able to win out sula youth has been coming along Phila. .....201 000 200 5 10 1
over his opponent if he retains the fast lately, and judging by the form Lucas and Asby, Stiles; Bolen,
form that he has shown in previous displayed will be able to more than Stoner, Schesler and McCurdy,
competition this season. Noted for 'hold his own against anything the Davis..
his terrific serves and smashing re- Detroiters can offer as his opposi- 2nd Game:
turns, the Wolverine veteran can tion. Cin s......002 000 410 7 14 0
usually be counted on to win his As usual Lenfesty and Howard Phila. ..102 000 200 5 10 4
match. will form the first ranking doubles Kolp, Benton and- Stiles; Benge,
Ryan, who hgs also shown him- (Continued on Page 7) Fallenstein, Elliott, Watt and Davis.,

spur Evans' teammates

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These stars were named by the United States Lawn Tennis associa-
tion as the Davis cup team to meet Canada in the finals of the North
American zone play. Series will be played in Montreal, May 21, 22, and
23. All of them are youthful players, largely inexperienced in Davis#
cup play.
Two Ties in Interfraternity Baseball Leagues
Remain to Be Played off Bef re Title Series
Two of the 13 baseball leagues in favorites in the ' rest of' the field:
the fraternity competition have Phi Sigma Delta has dominated,
ended in a tie and these are being this field of athletics for the last
played off in preparation for the three years and they have a strong,
championship series of 1931, sched- , team again this year, although it
uled for next week. Beta Theta hardly measures up to last year's
Pi must defeat Phi Sigma Kappa combination.
to stay in the race and Kappa Del- Hank Weiss has proven to be
ta Rho- must set- back Delta Tau just as effective pitching this year
Delta, or vice versa in either .case. as last but he has a light hittingI

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Four games are scheduled for
Monday afternoon: Delta Kappa
Epsilon vs. Phi Sigma Delta, 5:15;
Phi Kappa Psi vs. Phi Beta Delta,
5:15; Alpha Kappa Lambda vs. Zeta
Beta Tau, 5:15; and Sigma Chi vs.
the winner of Kappa Delta RhoI
and Delta Tau Delta, 4:15. The sec-1
ond round games will take place1
Thursday with all four games at
5:15. The semi-finals and finals
will be played next Monday and
Wednesday.
The defending cnampions, Phi
Sigma Delta, are favored to win
in the lower bracket while Phi
Kappa Psi, last year's runner-up,
and' Alpha Kappa Lambda are. both
STOP IN AT

team behind him now. In their
game Monday they will be seeking
their 39th consecutive victory, a
record which they have compiled
in the last four .years.
The teams have all by their pro-
gress to date earned a total of 92
points, which they may better as
they continue to stick with the ser-
ies by successfully eliminating their
opponents. When; thci last team
stands alone in the race and holds
the right to the present year's tro-
phy and championship for frater-
nity competition they will also have
won 150 points to add to their to-
tal for the year's all-around cham-
pionship competition.

self to be sofewhat of a star on
the courts this year, will play the
Maroon number three man, Hey-
man. This match should be one of
the features of the day, as the two
contestants are well matched.
.Clarke to Face Kaplan.
Clarke, another Wolverine veter-
an, playing in the fourth position,
will be opposed in the singles by
Kaplan while Reindel will face
Schmidt. Sherman, although in-
experienced, should put up a good
fight in his match with Ries.
Hammer and Ryan will have
what is perhaps the most difficult
match of the day, when they pair
up to battle with Rexinger and
Heyman in the number one doubles
matches.
Clarke and Brace will be teamed
to oppose Stagg and Kaplan, while
Reindel and Ranck, who replaces
Sherman in the doubles, will have
the problem of beating Ries and
Schmidt.

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Totals........31 0 52716 3
xBatted for Porter in ninth.
**Batted for Stempel in ninth.
Score by innings:
[ichigan ....000 011 000-2 8 3
owa ..........000 000 000-0 5 3
SUMMARY
Runs batted in-Eastman, Diff-
y, two base.
Hits-Mowry, Reedquist; double
lay-Kenney, Riegert, and Reed-
uist; left on bases-Michigan 6,
cwa 7; base on balls-off Kiegler
off Stempel 4; struck out-by
iegler 5, by Stempel 2, hit by
tcher-Porter.
PHILADELPHIA - "Buzz" Arlett,
iant Philly recruit outfielder, has
ived up to- ad vance press notices
,nd has pounded out several home
uns in the opening games of the
ig league season.
NEW HAVEN-Ty Cobb, Jr., son
f baseball's famous veteran, has
:ne in for tennis at Yale and his
ection as captain of the freshman
amm was made known recently. .

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