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THE MICHICAN DAILY

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Diamond

Team

Defeats

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up to the plate
with a barrage
d four runs, all
m earned. While
smiths were only
ght safe blows,
in the first three
remaining three
n were converted

BRO00KLYN POOVES
Lefty Grove Boosts Athletics.
by Setting .own Detroit,
Browns -Beat Boston.
Gabby Street's Cardinals received
their seventh defeat of the season
yesterday at the hands of the
Dodgers in a tight game which was
decided in the ninth inning by a
Brooklyn run.
If the Cardinals should repeat to-
morrow they will risk their upper
berth in the National League col-
umn, for the Giants won from Cin-
cinnati to advance to within .004
of the Cardinals' 96 percentage.
Grove Triumphs.
Lefty Grove found no difficulty
in taking the measure of the Tigers
again by a 3-0 score, thereby put-
ting a .101 -percentage between the
.731 of his Athletic teammates and
the Yankees' .630.
Home ruhs, which experts pre-
dicted would be scarce this season,
figured in both victories. Foxx and
Miller clouted one apiece at Navin
field, while Terry contributed one
at the psychological moment in the
sixth inning of the Giants' game
when the bases were full and,-the
four runs of the entire meeting
were scored. American league rec-
ords so far this season show more
homers than for the same period of
time last year, and most pitchers
hold the new ball to be livelier than
the old one.
Browns Wake Up.
The tail-end Browns snapped out
of it and defeated Boston 8 to 4 in
a lively contest wherein St. Louis
got 15 hits and the Sox ten. In the
National league Boston was like-
wise bested, the Cubs, led by their
new tosser, Smith, bringing seven
tallies home to the Easterners' five.
Baseball Scores
NATIONAL LEAGUE
. R H El
Chicago . ... 402 010 000 7 14 1
Boston ... 200 000 102 5 13 3
Smith and Hartnett; Frankhouse,
McCafee, Cunningham and Cronin,
Spohrer.
Cincinnati . 000 000 000 0 .5 3
New York .. 000 004 00x 4 7 1
Johnson, Eckert and Sukeforth;
Berly and O'Farrell.
St. Louis ... 000 000 202 4 10 2
Brooklyn ... 020 200 001 5 9 2
Johnson, Hallahan, Stout, Lind-
sey and Wilson; Luque, Heimach
and Lopez.
Pittsbirgh . 110 500 000 7 10 0
Philadelphia 000 231'14x 11 16 1
Grant, Kremer, Spencer, Wil-
loughby and Phillips; Bolen, Fall-
enstein, Shields and Davis. '
AMERICAN LEAGUE

FIRST INNING
MICHIGAN - Superko flied out
to Christy. Braendle hit a single
over second. Tompkins hit a hard
single off Bartlett's mitt, .advanc-
ing Braendle to second. Hudson
flied out to Mittlestat -in right. Dif-
fley forced Tompkins at second,
Wittkop to Tomion. No runs, two
hits, no errors.
Ypsi-Daniels threw out Wittkop
at first. Tomion went out on a
grounder to Superko. King went out
by grounding to Hudson at first.
No runs, no hits, no errors.
SECOND INNING
Michigan -- Wittkop tossed out
Daniels at first with a long throw.
Moody singled to center. Kracht
was called out on strikes. Kiegler
singled on a hot drive through the
box, advancing Moody to second.
Superko went out swinging. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
Ypsi - Tompkins took Miler 's
high fly to center. Mittlestat was
out, grounder to Hudson. Christy
hit a Texas Leaguer to left for two
bases. Seitz hit a high fly to Moody
in right. No runs, one hit, no errors.
THIRD INNING
Michigan--Braendle flied out to
Wittkop. Tompkins smashed oht a
home run to center. Hudson went
out, swinging hard. Diffiley went
out, Tomion to Bartlett. One run,
one hit, no errors.
Ypsi-Bartlett grounded out to
Kiegler. Michaelis fouled out to
Diffley. Wittkop singled to center.
Wittkop stole second. Tomion foul-
ed out to Superko. No runs, one hit,
no errors.
FOURTH INNING, /
Michigan-King threw aut Dan-
iels at first. Moody reached first

PLAY BY PLAY ACCOUNT OF GAME
BETWEEN WOLVES AND YPSI NINE

safely on Wittkop's error. Kracht
grounded out to Bartlett, advancing
Moody to second. Kiegler struck
out. No runs, no hits, one error.
Ypsi-King drew a base on balls.
Miller sacrificed, Kiegler to Hudson,,
advancing King to second. Mittle-
stat went out swinging. Christy
grounded out to Daniels. No runs,
no hits, no errors.
FIFTH INNING
Michigan-Superko drew a base
on balls. Braendle also walked on
four straight balls. Tompkins sacri-
ficed, Michaelis to Bartlett, advanc-
ing both runners. Hudson grounded
to Tomion, Superko scoring on the
play. Diffley doubled to right, scor-
ing Braendle. Wittkop tossed out
Daniels at first. Two runs, one hit,
no errors.
Ypsi-Seitz flied out to Braendle.
Kiegler threw out Bartlett at first.
Michaelis went out on the same
play at first. No runs, no shits, no
errors.
SIXTH INNING
Michigan-Moody fanned, swing-
ing. King threw out Kracht at first.
Eastman batted for Kiegler. Tom-
ion threw him out at first. No runs,
no hits, no errors.
Ypsi-Compton replaced Kiegler
in the box for Michigan. Wittkop
hit one into the right ravine, held
to a double by ground rules. Tomion
popped out to Daniels. King ground-
ed out to Daniels, advancing Witt-
kop to third. Miller fanned. No
runs, one hit, no errors.
SEVENTH INNING
Michigan-Superko grounded to
King. Braendle singled to left.
Tompkins flied out to Tomion. Hud-
son got to first-safely on Tomion's
error, Braendle going to third on
(Continued on rage 7)

VARSITY TO MEET
MAROON GOLFERS
Maize and Blue Favored to Win
in Olympia Fields Clash.
With a cay of practice on the
long and difficult Olympia Fields,
number four, course yesterday, the
Maize and Blue Varsity golfers com-
pleted their preparations for the
match today with the Chicago
linksmen.

Incomplete Inter-
and Equal Ab
Given as

Coach Johnsto
Captain Fred B]

Although the Chicago outfit has ber four position
not produced anything startling so as was announ
far this season they cannot be Daily. The first,
taken too lightly by Coach True- about equal abi
blood and his men. They have been of each variesc
buffeted around considerably by one forges ahead
most of the other Conference teams, Brace would
but with few exceptions their de- placed if the
feats have come by the narrowest Brace-Hammer
of margins. es had been

one did
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definite

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In the match last year the Wolves weather and poor conditions of the
administered a neat pasteing to the courts prohibited the completion of
Midway boys at Barton Hills, mak- the matches.
ing a clean sweep of the entire Last week the Illinois racqueteers
match. Playing on the tough Olm- lost to a powerful Ohio State squad
pia Fields layout, however, there 5 to 4. Earlier in the season the
is a bare possibility that Captain Wolverines lost to the Buckeyes by
Royston and company might find the same score after leading, 3-1, in
the going a little bit harder. the singles matches.
Lenfesty and Howard will meet With the increased strength of
N. Klein and Prest in the opening Michigan's doubles combinations,
doubles match, followed by Captain the Wolverines will be slight fav-
Royston and Jolly, who will take orites over the Illini next Satur-
on Bohmen and Little. day at Champaign. Coach John-
The probable singles pairings are stone will take seven players on the
Lenfesty and Klein; Royston and trip in the hope of bringing back a
Prest; Howard and Bohinen, with victory.
Hand replacing Jolly in the Wolv- Ed Hammer has retained his po-
erine lineup to meet Little. sition as Michigan's number one
_man and will meet Brown. Colby
With the horse racing, classic Ryan will meet strong competition
worked off now, the attention has when he plays Doug Turner in
turned to auto racing and the fans number two position, Robert Clarke
are watching their favorites pre- will be on the opposite, side of the
pare for the Decoration Day race net from James of Illinols and Cap-
at Indianapolis. (Continued on Page 7)

NET TEHL

ad Matches
of Men

ile, the Wolverine field-
actually backing up the
hurling of Kiegler and
n a manner that looked
nt from the brand of
played against Western
ly two errors were com-I
the Michigan team, and
lese came in the ninth;
the same play by Ken
,1. Up to that time the
fielding had .been con-
)od' although few chances
vhen it had to be spec-

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George Voigt,

Outstanding American entry in
the British amateur championships
at Westward Ho, England, who was
eliminated yesterday in the fiflth
round by Syd Roper, English star,
by a margin of one up.
S BOX SCORE

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Greater
than Sale

A M'odern Value at

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in which the Maize1
ers greeted Michaelis
r innings was enough
hope that they have
me their lethargy
outhpaws. With one{
st Braendle slammed
ver second that was
mion to handle. On
Jack Tompkins pok-
lly hot smash to first
ly hot to handle, and
s were on the bases.
reed to fly out, how-
ley forced Tompkins

I MICHIGAN AB
1 Superko, 3b, .... 4
Braendle, lf.....3
Richmond, If,,.. 1
Tompkins, cf,.. 3
Hudson, lb,..... 4
Diffley, c.......4
Daniels, 2b, .._.. 4
I-ole, 2b, .......0
Moody, rf, ..... 4
Kracht, ss... 3
Manuel, ss. ..... 1
Kiegler, p, ....:. 2
*Eastman, ..... 1
Compton, p,....1
Totals.......35
M. S. N. C. AB
Wittkop, ss......4
Tomion, 2b, .....4
King, 3b........3
Miller, c,.......3
Mittlestat, rf, . 4
Christy, ef. ..... 4
Seitz, lf,.......4.
B rlett, 1b, ....4
Michaelis, p, ....3

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