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Manager of the St. Louis Card-
inals, will have to pep up his men
and stop them from losing any
more games or they may lose their
top post.
TIGERS TROUNCED
BY MICHIGANDERS
Michiganders won the right to
meet the Pilots in a three-game
playoff of the independent soft-
ball championship by nosing out
the Tigers 8 to 7. After the Tigers
had tied up the score in the fifth
inning with a seven runs rally
coming after two men were out, the
Michiganders made their last run
with a brace of singles and an er-
ror.
PLAY BY PLAY
(Continued from lage 6)

be fought out
:d Illinois with
a close second
)out 37 points.
of its strength
al events, can
e than a place'

Both Doubles and Singles Play
Must Show More Progress
During This Week.
With two weeks left in which to
complete any Intramural activities,
there is much play remaining in
All-Campus tennis. In the doubles,
Bauss and Dale have already reach-I
ed the semi-finals but the first
round match between Potashnick
and Diamond versus Hanken and
Cohen -has not been played due to
inclement weather and the inability
to arrange a suitable date.
The winner of the Sandusky and
Root versus Cummings and McEl-
waine will play Hause and Corey for
the right to enter the semi-finals,
while Hirschman and Schnapp have
a quarter-final match to play with
Sjostrum and Courtis. Waring and
Renihan are marking time in the
lower bracket having reached the
quarters. Schaefer and Durand are
waiting for the completion of the
match between Potshnik and Henk-
en's teams to decide who is going
to meet Waring and Renihan on the
way to the finals.
Singles in Quarters.
In All-Campus singles the situa-
tion is a little better, considering
that there were more entries in this
sport. Waring and Finch are to
play to determine who will meet
Cole in the quarter-finals. Hirsh-
man and Brown are to play to enter
the same round and will meet the
winner of the Land-Muzzy match
there.
Schaefer has reached the quar-
ters and is waiting to play the win-
ner of the Wilcox-Hause match.
Renihan and Hawley are also to
play in the quarter-final rounds.
Doubles Play Even.
In the doubles tournament Bauss
and Dale look pretty good, having
reached the semi-finals by defeat-
ing Podlewski and Lederle, 6-3, 8-6,
6-0. Waring and Renihan are also
an outstanding pair, although the
tourney as a whole is still a wide
open affair.
Of the remaining players in the
singles tournament, Cole, Hirsh-
man, Waring, and Muzzy are the
only seeded players that are left.
Cole is defending champion, but
his laurels are being threatened by
Land, who has a good chance, and
Schaefer, who defeated Sandusky
one of the seeded players.
To Pep Up Meets.
The department is considering
running two rounds off this Satur-
day, one in the morning and the
other in the afternoon, in both the
singles and doubles competition.
Something must be done soon to
end these tourneys. If such a course
of action is decided upon the In-
tramural Department will notify
the players by Friday afternoon.
YESTERDAY'S HOMERS
Spencer..... ......Senators
Foxx...............Athletics
Miller..... .........Athletics
Pickering (2).........Red Sox
Hartnett ................Cubs
Regan ..................Pirates
Arlett (2)............Phillies
Terry ................Giants
America feels sort of out of the
limelight this year with Bobby'
Jones not participating in the Brit-
ish golf tournaments forther best
remaining players are getting elim-
inated short of glory for the Stars
and Stripes.

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
National League
Chicago 7-Boston 5
New York 4-Cincinnati 0
Brooklyn 5-St. Louis 4
Philadelphia 11-Pittsburgh 7
American League
Philadelphia 3-DETROIT 0
St. Louis 8-Boston 4
Washington 2--Chicago 0
COURT TEAM ~PO~T

Racqueteers Rate as Favoritesj
Over Illinois Court Team
for Saturday's Meet.
(Cofitinued from Page 6)
tam Brace will play Captai\ Mc-
Elroy.
Johnny Reindel, steady Wolver-
ine tennis star, will meet Faden1
and the sixth man will be Sherman
for Michigan against T r a y n o r.
Michigan will play Ed Hammer and
Bob Clarke in the first doubles
match against Topper and McEl-
roy. Colby Ryan and William Ranck !
will meet Miller and Turner while4
Brace and Reindel will match rac-
quets with O'Shea and Turner.
Ryan Has Advanced.
Colby has forged ahead faster
than anyone else on the squad
Coach Johnstone announced last
night. Ryan played sixth last year
and started at fourth man this sea-
son. Ryan will enter the Illinois
match as Michigan's number two
player. He won undisputed second
place by beating Brace last T tes-
day.

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golf squads will settle dc
week to intensive prepare
the Big Ten title meets s
within the next two weeks
find outstanding Boilerma
letes competing for titula
While the three squads ar
ing for championship til
Ward Lambert's baseball n
forward to the final two
the season, meeting Ill
Champaign today and the
the season with a home til
Notre Dame a week from

PURDUE PREP
FOR TITLE M
Boilermaker Tennis, Tra
Teams Look for Tit
Honors in Future
(Special to The Da1y)
LAFAYETTE, Ind., May 2
dual competition for the s
an end, Purdue's tennis, ti

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favorite events, and a few surprises
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urday. Purdue will be represented
by a squad of about 10 men. Among
the entries will be Odom, dashes;
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wil start tomorrow
nning of trial heats in
vents and the finals of

eld events. The trial heats the play. On an attempted double-
lve the innuendo of some of steal, Braendle was safe at home,,
aches as to just where some but Hudson was caught at second,
Conference stars: are going Wittkop to Tomion. One run, one
, such: as Dale Letts of Chi- hit, one error.
rho is good for a first in eith- Ypsi-Mittlestat flied to Daniels
mile or half and a good bet in short center. Christy flied to
quarter. It is probable that Braendle. Seitz singled to center.
! be entered in the 880 and Bartlett singled to left, advancing
vhich are his best best and Seitz to second. Michaelis drew a
bout all that human endur- walk, advancing both base runners.
~an stand. Another possibil- Wittkop flied out to Tompkins. No
jiust where Ruper-t Beetham runs, two hits, no errors.
o may run; he took third in EIGHTH INNING
0 last season and is also a Michigan-Wittkop made a pretty
in the mile. stop of Diffley's grounder to toss
squad which will accompany him out at first. Daniels went out,
Hoyt includes Capt. John Tomion to Bartlett. Moody ground-
who appears to be in the ed out to Wittkop. No. runs, no hits,
of condition to offer some no errors.
>position to the vaulting duel Ypsi-Hole went to second, Man-
is to feature the meeting of uel going to shortstop, and Rich-
Warne of Northwestern and man wend, to left for Michigan.
McDermont of Illinois. The Tomion rolled out, Superko to Hud-
hat can be hoped for..in this son. King fouled out to Diffley.
is a third. Michigan's most Miller popped a high one to Hole.
Z 10 points will come in the No runs, no hits, no errors.
y and 220 with Tolan, Camp- NINTH INNING
/lurray and Noyes doped to Michigan - Manuel flied out to
first in each and at least a Mittlestat. Compton rolled out,
in each also. Tomion to Bartlett. S.uperko singled
ustin Remains Question, to left center. Richman forced Su-
big "if" comes in the two- perko at second, Tomion to Witt-
there Perry Austin is expect- kop. No runs, one hit, no errors.
lead one of the fastest fields Ypsi-Mittlestat singled to left.
tance runners ever entered Christy flied out to Richman, Mit-
annual meet. His opposition tlestat being held at first. Seitz
ig to come from a fast quartet rolled to Manuel who muffed it and
rsiers led by Hank Brocksmith then threw wild to Hudson. Mittle-
ook the event last year in stat took third while Seitz went to
and supported by his team- second. Mittlestat scored on Comp-
Leas, Watson, and Keip. ton's wild pitch, Seitz going to third.
way the star Michigan cross Bartlett was called out on strikes.
y man stepped around the Michaelis fouled out to Diffley. One
Field oval last night after run, one hit, two errors.
1le of days rest which Hoytl
ven him wasrenough to warm
ack fans' heart, and it will
:itting close to his spectacu-{
reer if he can beat the title-j
Saturday. Howell will also I
he event for Michigan.
Michigan mile relay team
sed of Russell, Glading, Ek-
i and DeBaker is booked at
t place, but, as usual, it is
to be no snap to knock over
western, and Ohio State,
>f whom boast stellar baton
s. Russell may be good for
in the 440 with Glading de-
d upon for another counter.
y, Egleston, Haefele, Jackson,
)eBaker are to oppose Sent-
Keller, and Hatfield in the
e events. Cox in the hammer
rtain point man as is Turner
e half, supported by Braden.

Bob Clarke defeated Brace early
in the season but the match will
be replayed as one of the competi-
tors had an injured foot. Until this
contest is played off it will be im-
possible to decide .definitely the
third and fourth positions.
Reindel is Steady.
Johnny Reindel; Clark and Ryan
have won their matches against
Big Ten opponents consistently this
year.; The real team strength of
Michigan lay in this group. Ham-
mer has a slight edge in playing
ability on these men but he meets
stiffer opposition by playing the
leadoff man. Reindel teamed with
Ranck to win the Chicago meet in
the last doubles match of the after-
noon. He is a steady player but
sometimes rises to great heights in
his tennis playing.
Varsity Downs Ypsi
Diamond Team, 4 to 1.
(Continued from Page 6)
was caught going down to second.
Ypsi's only run was scored in the
ninth. Mittlestat singled safely,
went to second when Manuel muf-
fed Seitz' grounder, proceeded to
third when, on the same play.
Manuel overthrew first, and scored
on Compton's wild pitch.I
Captain Tompkins, Braendle, and
Kiegler were the outstanding stars
for Michigan, while Wittkop and
Ding sparkled in the field for Ypsi.
Wittkop also gathered a single and
a double, in addition to stealing
a base.
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BIG LEAGUE STANDINGS
American League
W L Pet.
Philadelphia .......91 7 .731
New York..........17 10 .630
Washington.........18 12 .600
DETROIT.........16 17 .485
Chicago ...........12 16 '.429
Cleveland..........12 17 .414
Boston...........11 17 .393
St. Louis..........8 17 .320
National League
W LPct.
St. Louis..........16 7 .696
New York.........18 8 .692
Boston...........16 11 .593
Chicago..........13 12 .520
Pittsburgh........13 16 .448
Philadelphia.......13 15 .464
Brooklyn.........12 17 .414
Cincinnati.........6 21 ..222

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