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THE M1CH1GAN DA1LY

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Michigan,

BOX SCORE

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[ICHIGAN AB
uperko, 3b.. ...4
raendle, if ........ 2
ompkins, cf ... .... 4
udson, lb .........3
iffley, c..........3
aniel, 2b.........3
loody, rf.....4
racht, ss..4
[cKay, p ....3
MIanue 1.1
Totals..... ...31

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12
1 0
0 0
0 16
0 5
0 1
0 2
1 1
0 0
0 0
3 271

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of the

WESTERN STATE AB
Blackney, rt ........3.3
Decker, cf.........
Denner, 3b........4
Cooper, lb.......... 3
Thomas, c .........4..
Johnson, ss ........4
MacKay, If........4
Woods, 2b... 3
Bailey, 2b4.
Neiginfind, p4.. 4
Totals d......35
* Battedl for McKay in

R H PO A
02 0
1 1 0
0 0 0 3
0 2 12 0
0 0
0 2 0 0
0 0 3 2
0 0 1 1
1 1 0 2
0 32711
the 9th.

y was slow
ing was so
accumu-
e the aft-
igan was
bbles, two
e for runs,

rrors
Blue t
Elits.
oked m
never
relples

also Score by innings:
ally. Western State.....001 010 010-31
Michigan..........000 001 000-1
weak Errors-Thomas, Woods 3, Braen-
be- dle, Diffley 2, Daniels 2, Kracht.
;s as T'wo base hits-Cooper, Thomas.
ants Three base hit-MacKay. Home
tat~e run-Decker. Stolen bases-Hud-
each s o n, Daniels. Sacrifice hits-
from Blackney 2, Braendle. Bases on
igan balls-Off McKay 2; off Neiginfind
of a 3. Struck out-By McKay 5; by
aen- Neiginfind 7. Hit by pitcher-By
hree Neiginfind (Braendle). D o u b le
play-Woods to Cooper. Left on
[aize bases-Western State 9; Michigan
safe 8. Earned Runs-Western State 1.
out Umpires-Lavan and Olmstead.
hree.

FOR C HI12C bU LET
Will Arrive This Morning for
Practice Round on Olympia
Fields Course.
Coach Thomas Trueblood and his
Varsity golf team left at midnight
last night for Chicago where they
will meetthe University of Chicago
in a duel meet Thursday. Upon
their arrival in the Windy City they
will go directly to the Olympia
Fields, number four, course where
they hope to get in at least 27 and
perhaps 36 holes of play in prepar-
ation for the match.
To Meet illini Saturday.
The trip this week will also in-
clude a match with Illinois on Sat-
urday. Coach Trueblood indicated
before leaving last night that he
will take his team to Chanpaign
immediately following the match
with the Maroons where they will
practice all day Friday.
As a result of the meet last Sat-
urday with Detroit City College,
the Wolverine lineup has been ma-
terially changed. Jolly, by his
showing on that occasion, has dis-
placed Livingston on the squad
roster. The rerainder of the line-
up will be substantially the same
as in previous meets, with the pos-
sibility that Howard, who so far
has not competed in any singles
matches, may get the full day's
assignment, at least against one of
the opposing teams.
Warm Weather Helps Game.
The warmer weather experienced
during the early days of this week
seems to have provided the final
necessary touch to bring the men
around to their best playing form,
and the scores, which have been
carded seem to bear out this state-
ment. Royston, who has been play-
ing most consistently, turned in the
lowest card of the week, a 74. The
remainder of the men have been
hovering close to this mark and on
the shady side of 80.
The match with the Maroons
should not present any insur-
mountable' obstacles to the Wol-
verines in their dash toward a
(Continued on Page 7)

JOHN SCHMIELER
TO TOUR JAPAN
John Schmieler, holder of the
Intercollegiate 220 breast stroke
record and sophomore swimmin*
star of the Varsity, has accepted
an invitation from the national
A.A.U. to tour Japan this sum-
mer. The A.A.U. has asked sev-
eral other swimmers to accom-
pany John in the foreign tour.
With the picked team, the
A.A.U. h a s scheduled several
meets in° the Orient. Besides his
favorite breast stroke e v e n t,
Schmieler swims the back stroke
an d middle distance- c r a w
events. With two more years of
Varsity competition before him,
Coach Mann expects Schmieler
to become a Worlds champion.
TIGERS LOSE CA PME
The world's champion Philadel-
phia Athletics visited Navin field
yesterday afternon to trim the
Tigers, 5 to 0. Earnshaw, Connie
Mack's veteran hurler, allowed two1
hits while Hoyt granted nine. Thisl
defeat brings the Tigers back even
with the .500 -mark, 16 games won
and 16 lost.
In the only other game of the
American league the Yankees gave
Cleveland its customary, of late,
beating by an 8-6 count. Rain at
Chicago and wet grounds at St.
Louis interfered with the scheduled
games in those cities with Boston
and Washington.
The Cubs dropped to a place in
the National league matching that
of Detroit with a .500 percentage
from 12 games on each side of the
ledger as they gave one to Boston,
5 to 9. Ragged fielding seems to
play a large part in the Cubs' des-
tiny lately. Yesterday's game pro-
duced four errors, and Boston was
permitted to bring home nine runs
out of ten hits.
Hallahan pitched the Cardinals
to a 6-2 win over Brooklyn.

NET SQUAD DRILLS
FOR.0 INDIAN MATCH'

W

Sets During Practice.
Colby Ryan, ranking number 2
man on the Varsity tennis squad,
defeated Freddie Brace yesterday
afternoon, 6-3, 6-4, in a hard driv-
ing duet of sets which kept the
number 4 man on his toes the full
19 games. Co.ach John Johnstone
is getting his men in shape for the
trip to Champaign this Saturday
where they will meet the Illini net-'
men.
Sherman successfully defended
his ranking Monday afternoon
when he turned back Mills, num-
ber 7 man, 6-1, 6-3, in two easily;
won sets. Perhaps the latest de-
velopment in the tennis lineup
which is to be sent against the Il-
lini is the improvement shown by
Bill Ranck in the doubles play.,Yes-
terday afternoon he demonstrated
some real form and was easily the
outstanding man in the doubles
quartet. He will probably be,
matched .with Johnny Reindel for
the doubles at Champaign and will
be the seventh man to make the
trip. Last week these two fought
a brilliant 10-8 set to break a 4-4'
tie with the Chicago court team'
and win one of the biggest upsets
of the season.
Edl.. Hammer still rates as number
one man, but it was only by play-
ing Freddie Brace against Rexinger
tast Saturday that Coach John-
stone was able to turn the tables.
With Ryan in second place, Bob
Clark is number three man and
Johnny Reindel number five. These]
men will probably be considered for
the trip Saturday,.but the lineup is
not certain as yet, nor have theI
three men who will compete in the
Conference meet at Columbus been,
selected.
Wisconsin's spring football prac-
tice was the best since Coach Glenn
Thistlethwaite came here in 1927,
he said today after the close of the
1931 spring training season.

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St. Louis.......
New .York .......
Boston........
Chicago.......
Pittsburgh......
Philadelphia ...
Brooklyn .....
Cincinnati.....+

W L
.,...16 6
16 10
. 12 12
.. .13 15
. 12 15
. 11 17
. 6 20

STANDINGS
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Colby Ryan Defeats
in Duet of Hard

Fred Brace
Driving

gaseball Scores
NATIONAL LEAGUEt
R " IEI
Chicago .... 000 012 200 6 9 4
Boston.....800 001 00x . 9 10 0
Bush, Blake and Hartnett; Cant-
well, Cunningham and Spohrer.
Cincinnati 100 000 200 3 8 2
New York .. 010 043 01x 9 14 1
Benton, Frey and Sukeforth;
Morrell and Hogan.

Philadelphia..... ...18 '
New York.,........ .17 1
Washington .........17 1
DETROIT............16 1
Chicago .. ..........12 1!
Cleveland ............1'
Boston..............11 1
St. Louis .............7 1
NATIONAL LEAGUE

7
L2
L7
L6
L7

PCet.
. 720
.6304
.586
.500
.444
.414
.407
.292
Pet.
.727
.680
.615
.5001
.464
.444
.393
.231

TRAk TEAM. AM
AT TWELFTH-TITLE
Wolverines Favored to Captute
Another Big Ten Outdoor
Championship.
If Michigan can win t e annual
Western Conference outdoor track
championship next Friday and Sat-
urday in Dyche stadium at Nor.tW-
western, the Wolverines will lead
all the members of the Big Ten
with 12 victories since 1901. 1llinois.
is tied with Michigan with 11 wins
each since that date.
When the Wolverines won the
teamP championship last year they
'broke the three-year rule of Illi-
nois. The odds favor Michigan to
add a seventh victory in the last
14 years.
Illinois Second Choice.
Illinois is the only other out-
standing team for the honors tii
week-end.tVerne McDermott, hold-
er of the American indoor pole
vault record, and Lee Sentman
crack hurdlei' are Illinois favorite
sons. McDermont holds the Confer-
ence outdoor record at 13 feet,
10 7/8 inches.
Sentman is the defending title
holder in both hurdle events but is
not as sure of his victories as Me-
Dermont. Jack Keller, Ohio State,
who ran the high hurdles in :14.3
at the Penn relays which is a new
world's record but it will not be ac-
cepted as he knocked over two hur-
dles, will furnish plenty of opposi-
tion for Sentman.
Hawley Egleston may upset the
dope with a win in the low hurdles.
He defeated Sentman last Saturday
in slow time against a stiff wind.
Hoyt has been spending a lot of
time on him this week in order that
he will be in the best of condition.
Russell Quarter-Mile Favorite.
Edwin Russell is rated the fav-
of ite to win the quarter-mile race
unless Chicago's Dale Letts enters.
The latter is equally proficient in
the quarter, half, and mile runs.
Indiana will furnish the, most
opposition for Perry Austin, holder
of the indoor two-mile title. The
Hoosiers have a strong distant
squad of runners including Henry
(Continued on Page j)

St. Louis ... 100 000 050
Brooklyn ... 000 110 000
Halahan and Mancuso;
Quinn, Heimach and Lopez.

G 9 1.
2 11' 5
Phelps,

Pittsburgh . 100 000 001 2 7 0"
Philadelphia 200 100 0ox 3 10 0
French and Phillips; Elliott and
Davis.

e sixth inning
s a single tally
retired.
ks Good.
nines were hav-
against Neigin-
v was also hurl-
st the Teachers.
hits, but kept
I except in the
a Western State
them, together
rine errors, to,

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
National League
Boston 9, Chicago 5
New York 9, Cincinnati 3
St. Louis 6, Brooklyn 2
Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 2
American League
Philadelphia 5, DETROIT 0 E
New York 8, Cleveland 6
Oklahoma City, in organized base

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Philadelphia 201 000 110 5
Detroit .... 000 000 000 0
Earnshaw and Cochrane;
and Hayworth.

9 0
2 '2
Hoyt

New York .. 203 300 000
Cleveland .. 220 100 100

8 13 2!
0 12 31

Ruffing, Johnson and Dickey;
Brown, Schaffner and Sewell.
Boston-St. Louis, wet grounds.
Washington-Chicago, rain.
James P. Henigan of Medford,
Mass., winner of the 1931 Boston A.
A. marathon, has won 622 prizes
during his 23 years of competition.

ball for 25 years,
pennants.

has won but two

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ntire Stock of Light Colored Spring Every Topcoat in the shop is Priced to Sell. Long dark grey and blue
tre included in this Gigantic Removal Included are all REN TAL TUXEDOS. coats.. Single b r e a s t e d.
All at Rock-bottom Prices. All two Some are almost new. First here first $35 ind up.
served.

;0.00
15.00

$1975

$1975:

lNow $ 375
Now $ 75

HATS

SHOES
NUNN BUSH
Sport and Plain

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Wo0

20 Suits at $19.75

SHIRTS
All Arrow Colors
Plain and Fancy
$3.00 Now $2.40
$2.50 Now $2.0
$1.95 Now $1.60

A

Light. Felt Tuts in
color and weight.
$395

$10.00
$8.50{f

NECKWEAR
Just received a new ship-
ment (See them?) all for-
merly

Now
Now
Now

$8.85
$7.45
$5.45

V

BATHING SUITS.
Made by Bradley and all just fresh from
the factory.

PAJAMAS
Made by Glover

$150

Now $120

Colors plain and
Going at a price.

fancy.

Q

$6.00
$5.00

Now
N
Now

P74,-80
P4900

for
2 for $0

7-95
1

White Flannels

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r

Straw Hats
Panama-Sailor

Sweaters

t

$1000

Now

$795

$700
$400

Now
Now

$560
$' 20

A fine selection of light
weight, sleeveless, all
Bradley's.

$395

Linen Knickers
$3.75 Now
$995

A

HOSIERY
All light pastel shades,
plain and fancy.
$1.00 Now 80c
75c Now 60c

Dressing Gowns
Light weight silk and wool.

BELTS
Plain and in colors for

$695

sport wear.
$2.00 Now
$1.50 Now

$1.60
$1.20

This is the Final Clean Up Price of our New Stock of Light Spring and Summer Merchandise. We just received our
Grey Suits and included these in this Price Smashing Sale. (A LOOK AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED). Never

last shipment of New Light
before in our history have

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