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!E MICHIGCAN DAILY

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4Y BY PLAY ACCOUNT OF GAME '
BETWEEN TEACHERS AND WOLVES

FIRST INNING Cooper. Kracht grounded out to the
Western State-Blackney ground- pitcher's box. No runs, no hits, no

d impres-
men and
e to first.

Pro-

-oi

they both
out Thom-

out in the fifth
ited a long home
coirts in right'
:ing might have
Moody, playing
.e Wolverines in'
kicked the ball
enable the West-
.er to circle the
of time to spare.
tally came in the
cd Diffley opened
triking out, but,
at first when
is grounder. He
and went third
row to catch him
to center field.
eded to fumble
Daniels came in.

ed out, Daniels to Hudson. Decker
singled over second. Denner forced
Decker at second, Kracht to Dan-
iels. Cooper walked. Thomas ground-
ed out, McKay to Hudson. No runs,
one hit, no errors.
Michigan-Superko grounded out
to short. Braendle singled to short
center. Tompkins was called out on
strikes. Hudson flied to center. No
runs, one hit. no errors.
SECOND INNING
Western State-Johnson flied to
Moody in right. MacKay struck out.
Woods was called out on strikes. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
Michigan-Diffley walked. Dan-
eils hit into a double play, Woods
to Cooper. Moody was safe at first
on Woods' error. Kracht singled'
down the third base line, Moody
stopping at second. McKay was
called out on strikes. No runs, one
hit, one error.
THIRD INNING
Western State-Neiginfind singled
over second. Blackney sacrificed
with a bunt along the first base
line. Decker grounded to Hudson,
Neiginfind taking third. Denner was
safe at first on Kracht's errox, Nei-
ginfind scoring. Cooper doubled to
left. Thomas was out, Diffley to
Hudson. One run, two hits, one
error.
Michigan-Superko singled be-
tween short and third. Braendle
tapped out a sacrifice bunt along
first base line. Tompkins grounded
out to second, Superko. stopping at
third. Hudson walked. Hudson stole
second. Diffley was out on a' hot
grounder to short. No runs, one hit,
no errors.
FOURTH INNING
Western State-Johnson fouled to
Hudson. MacKay grounded out,
Kracht to Hudson. Woods fouled to
Superko. No runs, -no hits, no
errors.
Michigan-Daniels flied out to
Blackney in the right field. Moody
grounded out to third, Denner to
SHQUT[MGLAUREILS
Another Intramural trophy win-
ner was decided yesterday after-
noon when L. B. Weymouth took
high honors in the annual Rifle
Shooting event on the spring sports
calendar by a high score of 93,
which is by the way the same that
captured the award forFerring last

Western State run was
Thomas doubled, went
a hit and scored when
ped a throw to catch

gan teai will go
o meet Michigan
ge, conquerors of
, in a 15-inning
Wolverines were'
si earlier in the
itest was called
f rain. Compton
tpected to divide
, the latter hav-

errors.
FIFTH INNING
Western State-Neiginfind struck
out. Blackney grounded out, Kracht
to Hudson. Decker hit a home run
over Moody's head. Denner walked.
Cooper struck out. One run, one hit,
no errors.
Michigan-McKay struck out. Su-
perko grounded out to short. Braen-
dle was struck by a pitched ball.
Tompkins flied out to Woods. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
SIXTH INNING
Western State-Thomas was out,
Kracht to Hudson. Johnson ground-
ed to the pitcher's box. MacKay
drove a hard triple to left center.
Woods grounded to Hudson. No runs.
one hit, no errors.
Michigan -rHudson struck out.
Diffley was called out on strikes.
Daniels was safe on Woods' low
throw to first. Daniels stole second
and went to third on Thams' wide
throw. Moody was safe at first on
Woods' fumble, Daniels scoring.
Kracht grounded out, third to first.
One run, no hits, three errors.
SEVENTIH INNING
Western State - Neiginfind was
safe at first on Daniels' error. Black-
ney sacrificed. Decker flied out to
Moody in short right. Denner struck
out. No runs, no hits, one error.
Michigan-McKay struck out. Su-
perko grounded out, short to first.
Braendle fied to Woods. No-runs,
no hits, no errors.
EIGHTH INNING
Western State-Cooper knocked a
Texas leaguer to right, took second
on Braendle's wild throw, and was
out attempting to take third, Hud-
son to Superko. Thomas doubled to
left center. Johnson grounded to
third, Thomas staying on second.
McKay singled to left, Thomas
scoring on Diffley's fumble of the
peg from left, and McKay took
third on Diffley's wild throw to
second. Bailey, batting for Woods,
grounded out to Superko. One run,
three hits, three errors.
Michigan-Bailey went to second
for Western State. Tompkins flied
to Bailey. Balby threw out Hudson.
tiffley fied to Blackney in left. No
runs, no hit's, no errors.
NINTH INNING
Western State-Neiginfind hit a
grounder and was out, Daniels to
Hudson. Blackney flied to Kracht.
Decker was safe at first on Daniels'
error. Denner tapped to the pitch-
er's box. No runs, no hits, one
error.
Michigan-Daniels walked. Moody
popped to Johnson. Kracht fouled
to Cooper. Manuel, batting for Mc-
Kay, was called out on strikes, end-
ing the game. No runs, no hits, no
errors.
Oregon State Claims
Shuttle Relay Record
CORVALLIS, Ore., May 19.-(P)-
Oregon State college has applied to
Alonzo A. Stagg of Chicago, chair-
man of the records committee of
the National Collegiate association,
for recognition of a world's mark
in the shuttle relay established here
recently.
The Oregon State team, com-
posed of Marsh Dunkin, Jack De-
Frane, Bob Prentiss and Ken Mar-
tin, ran the shuttle in 1 minute 1.6
seconds in a dual meet with the
University of Oregon. The old rec-
ord of 1 minute 1.8 seconds was
made in 1929 by Ohio State.
HEMSLEY TO JOIN
PIRATES IN EAST
PITTSBURGH, May 19.- (/P) -
Eyerything is forgiven, and Ralston
Hemsley, the catcher, is to return
to the Pittsburgh pirates this after-
noon in Philadelphia.
Hemsley, suspended by Manager
Jewel Ens for failing to report for
an important series after a brief
leave of absence, received a tele-

gram from his boss last night and
he departed immediately for the
East.

The game

rushes and failed to get out with
three tries, but the match was
squared again on the 13th as the
American pitched over the green
and then took three putts to [et
down.
Fiddian ELiminated.
Allan S. Newey, of Mosely, elim-
inated a formidable adversary from
Voigt's path in theupper half of
the draw when he defeated Eric
Fiddian, 2 up. Fiddian won his two
matches yesterday and was con-
ceded the best British hope to stop
the American short of the seni-
finals.
Roger Wethered, former British(
amateur champion, won his secondI
round match from T. A. Torrance,.
4 and 2. He is one of the British
favorites.
Voigt tomorrow will meet Ber-
nard Darwin, the golfer-writer who
eliminated the English prizefighter
Bombardier Wells yesterday.
THINCLADS POINTr
TO TWELFTH WIN
Odds Favor Wolves to Win Over
Illinois in Conference
Meet at Evanston.
(Continued from Page 6)
Brocksmith, winner of the event
last year.
Ed Gordon, Iowa Negro, a mem-
ber of the Olympic squad, ought to
win the broad jump. He is the Big
Ten defending champion in the
long leap. Another Hawkeye who isl
rated the best in his department!
is L. D. Weldon, Conference javelin
titlist. Both men have an excellent
chance to break Western Confer-
ence records in their specialties.
Sammy Behr, lefthanded shot-
putter, will try to better his own
Big Ten record. Goldsmith is the
best of Michigan's weight men but
is not expected to crowd Behr in
the shotput.
PENNSYLVANIA UNIVERSITY -
"There is no doubt that lacrosse
will become a major sport in the
majority of colleges and universitys
throughout the country," predicts
S. A. Middleton, athletic coach at
the university.

5CO gC onference Coaches
VOGTKEWonder What Letts
AHEADI NE NGLANDWill Enter in Meet
CHICAGO, May 19. -(iP)- Last
New York Star Takes Third year, Western Conference track.
coaches wandered what races Orval
Round Match in British Martin, of Purdue, would enter in
Amateur Championship. the annual Big Ten championship
meet. This year they are wonder-
WESTWARD HO. DEVON, Eng- ing the same thing about DaleI
land, May 19.--(IP)- George Voigt, Letts, of Chicago.
of New York, continued his march Martin had demonstrated ability
tou ,he nrinuh a marghfto win the half-mile, mile or two-'
though the British amateur golf mile runs, but ran only the mile
championship today, winning his which he won easily. ,
third round match from J. A. Aber- Letts' superiority in three races,
crombie, of Liverpool, 2 and 1. the quarter, half and mile is recog-
The Liverpool player, who de- nized and coaches from other in-
feated Douglas Fairbanks yester- stitutions wouild like to know how
day in the first round, gave the active he will be so they can spot
New Yorker a battle from the first their own stars where they will do
hole to the end of the match. the most good.
Two Up at Turn. The point is especially importantl
to Ohio State, which ranks as one'
Voigt was 2 up at the end of the of the first-rate possibilities to take
first nine, but Abercrombie sank an the title away from Michigan. If
18-foot putt to win the 10th and Letts runs the half mile, Rupert
then took the next one to sur us1 ie pr
hen m th eoredoeto tsquare Beetham, jr., of Ohio State, prob-
bhematch as George drove into the ably will run the mile, and vice
bullrushes and conceded the hole. versa, although the Buckeye star is
Voigt came back to win the 12th capable of making a great stab at
when Abercrombie went into the 1winning both events.

Coach Dean Cromwell said today
the University of Southern Califor-
nia track and field squad, undefeat-
ed in two years of competition,
would send 21 men to the I. C. A. A.
A. A. meet at Philadelphia May 29
and 30.
The team will defend not only its
I. C. A. A. A. A. championship, but
also the national intercollegiate
title at Chicago a week later. It
will leave Friday night.
Those who probably will makeI
the trip:. Sprints -Frank Wykoff,
Milton Maurer, Roy Delby; quartfr
-Vic Williams, Art Wossner; half-
mile-Bill McGeagh, Victor Fitz-
maurice; mile--Cliff 'Halstead, Earl
Callahan; hurdles -Capt. Ernest
Payne, Bill Carls, Bill Stokes, Clar-
ence Berry; weights-Bob Hall; jav-
elin -Kenneth McKenzie; broad
jump - Dick Barber; high jump -
Jim Stewart, Duncan McNaughton,
Bill Brannon; pole vault-Bill Gra-
ber, Pete Chlentzos.
Buckeye Nine Defeats
Favored Illinois Team
Ohio State pulled a big surprise,
yesterday by defeating the favored
Illinois nine at Columbus, 10 to 5.
This defeat was the first that the
'Illini have suffered this spring.
Seeking their seventh straight win,
the Illini met defeat at the hands
of the Buckeyes. -,
Illinois garnered nine safeties off
the Ohio moundsman, while the
Buckeyes were held to eight hits.
Ohio players made two errors, while
the Illnois team chalked up only
one misplay.
Oklahoma A. & M. college expects
its new stadium to be ready by next
fall and its new field house by bas-
ketball time.
Barney Oldfield will be the offi-
cial starter in the 500-mile race at
the Indianapolis motor speedway,

FACULTY BASEBAL
League to Draw Lots for Double
Elimination Series to
Decide Winner.
As the Intramural spring sports
calendar draws rapidly to a close
we find the faculty soft baseball
league about ready to draw lots
and go .into the double elimination
series that will decide the winner
of the present season. There have
been eight teams in the league this
year nd itwo of this number have
already assured themselves of the
playoff honors.
Engine Team in Lead.
The interest at present in this
league centers around the identity
of the other two teams who will
finish in the first four for the
elimination series. While the En-
gine Research aggregation stands
well out in front by virtue of win-
ning six starts and losing none and
are trailed by the Physics depart-
ment team who have triumphed
over four opposing teams and lost
one game to another, the next two
places are yet unsettled.
The results of today's and tomor-
row's games will decide whether or
not the Mathematics squad is go-
ming to climb out of their present
fifth place by the downfall of eith-
4ir the Zoology or Swim Club teams
who now stand tied with three wins
and two losses apiece. These two
teams are scheduled to clash to-
day below Ferry Field and then the
latter will have to tackle the Phy-
sics nine some time tomorrow. Onc
or the other of these teams will be
demoted from the first division al-
lowing the Math group to come in
for the playoff.
Physics Meets Research.
Another game is carded for to-
day's competition in this league
with the Physics club meeting the
leading Engine Research lineup.
The relative abilities of these two
teams promise to make this game
a real battle and may result in
spoiling the clean record of the
latter.
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Teams

by the Intramural Depart-
has been so close that the
at present is a three-way tie
rst place. Like play in the
of the inter-class teams has
ed in a pair of league chai-
lip ties that will have to be'
I this afternoon.
he former league the Michi-
rs, the Pilots, and the Tigers
deadlocked for top honors,
rst and last named nines en-
into this relation by means
victory of the Michigander
>ver the Tigers Monday af-
n when tirely walks contri-
four runs for the former as
t' the three total of the lat-
Michiganders and Tigers
gain today to start off the
ation process and the win-
this contest will thereupon
into a three-game series
;he Pilots to decide which
will get the first place and
ionship honors this year to
wn in Intramural history
with the Rockets who came
top last year.
he second mentioned league
enior Dents and the Soph
e tied for league champion-
n one case pending playoff,
he Senior Engineers "B" nine
adlockethe Senior Business
)r another title. Both these
high place diamond teams
ttle out their differences on
Ferry Field this afternoon.
respective winners will then
lots for the championship
that sthe Junior Laws and
Dents have already won'-the
o enter as winners of their
s. Here again the competi-
going to make things hum
playoff series if the well-
ed standings of these teams
basis of comparison.
on "Lefty" Velier, Indiana
sity pitcher, averaged two
uts an inning in two succes-
ames of five and seven inn-
- 1

The competition this year how-
ever was not as close as before for
the runner-up honors were claimed
by S. Williams with 'the score of 88
as compared to the 92 that pushed
the winner for the laurels last year.
As a whole the shooting was not as
high a level and beyond the third
man who was J. Skinner with a
score of 82 the record shots were
poor.
C. Mony drew fourth place hon-
ors by shooting out a score of 75
while J. Gould trailed him for fifth
with a tally of 73. The other nine
men, making a total field of 14 for
this year, dropped away from this
point down to a 51 as low score
for the meet.
Awards as announced will be
made to the first two men and will
consist of a trophy for %Weymouth
and an Intramural gold medal to
Williams as winner and runner-up
respectively The contest took place
on the ranee below the headquar-
ters of the local R. O. T. C. unit.
Wolverine Golf Squad
Entrains for Chica o
(Continued from Page 6)
Conference championship, a n d
should be little more than a set-
ting-up exercise in preparation for
the match with Illinois, which
should be the hardest on the spring
program.

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