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T H

MICHIGAN DAILY

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Chase

Two

Pitchers

to

Beat
a

Mich.

TF-jNNIS. 7-'E.AM

-WINS

FROM

ILLINOIS,5 1

RUSSELL TAKES
HONORS IN 440

LAST DOUBLES SET
DETERMINES MEET!

FISHER'S TEAM
BOWS TO STATE

DOTfLOSE TWO GAMES

IMAIZE AND BLUE GOLFERS 1
TO DEADLOCK WITH ILL

Lel festv

Mises n Short Putt' Pav Michivan a e

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stly
the
ted, ,

;en
but
for

to

5

Runs.
again as
Madonna
in succes-
out. But
.ithbertson
it and Su-
0 against
a rted the
r and Su-
)n's error.
d Thomp-
a9' first
,s Kiegler
.en forced
-g. Diffley
jeld, scor-
ins, mak-
s, a walk,

Brace, Reindel Win Final Match4
to Break Tie in Team Score;
Large Crowd Sees Meet.
I11inois Defeat Gives Wolves
Undisputed Second Place
in Big Ten Rating.,
(.Spea/ to 1e Daid )
CHAMPAIGN, Ill.,.May 23-Fight-
ing for undisputed possession of
second place in the Conference rat-I
ings, Michigan's net squad scored
a hard-ought 5 to 4 victory over
the strong Illini team here today.
Perfect weather and a capacity
crowd greeted the Wolverines for
their annual grudge match with
the Indians.
Both teams had previously lost
to Ohio State by a 5-4 margin, the
outcome in each case being in doubt
untiii the fnal doubles match was
won. As in the Chicago match last'
week when victory for the Wolves
hinged on the third doubles match,
Captain Brace rose to great heights
when he paired with Reindel to
turn back Brown and Traynor, 4-6,
6-2, 6-4. in the deciding match.
By winning four of the six sin-
gles, the Wolverines appeared to
have the match won but the crack
Illini doubles combinations out-
classed the first two Michigan
teapms leaving it up to Brace and
Reindel.
lammer, Wolverine's ace, was
impressive in his 8-6, 2-6, 6-4, win
over Turner. Miller of Illinois was
decisively beaten 6-2, 6-2, by Colby
Ryan, whose improved game has
led Coach Johnstone to move him
up to number two position. Clarke
nosed out Captain McElroy by a
10-8, 8-6 score.
Topper flashed the best tennis of
the day when he set down Captain
Brace 6-3, 6-2. John Reindel suf-
fered his first defeat in competi-
tion this year when he lost to Try-
ner 10-8, 6-4. Sherman, after drop-
ping the first set, came back to
trim Faden, 2-6, 6-2, 6-2.
Topper continued his sensational
play in the first doubles when he
and McElroy turned back Hammer
and Ryan 7-5, 6-8, 6-3. Turner and
Miller scored the second Illini
doubles win by trimming Ranck
and Clarke 6-, 7-5.
Coach Johnstone, a f t e r t h e
matches were over, stated that he
was well satisfied with the outcome
of the match and the playing abili-
ty demonstrated by the Michigan
racqueteers.

Poor fielding and general under-I
par performance on the part of the'
Tigers meant two victories for the
St. Louis Browns in yesterday's
double header at Sportsman's park'
in St. Louis. Four of the Browns'
seven runs in the first game came
in consequence of the three Tiger,
errors. In the sixth, Walker lost
what should have been an easy fly}
in the sun, scoring Jenkins. NextI
inning Walker repeated under the
same error, filling the bases, and
allowing Levey to score on the next
play.
Detroit took the lead in the sec-
ond encounter and held it until the
fourth , inning when the Browns
cne through with three runs. Hoyt
and Sullivan pitched the first gane
for the Tigers, and Whitehill the
seconzd.
Philadelphia took a double header
from Brooklyn, 8-5 and 7-1. Clive-
land's Indians revived to trounce
the White Sox, 10-5. Connie Mack's
boys continued their championship
stride with a 7-1 cleanout of Bos-
ton. The Cardinals took a closely-
fought fray from the Reds, 2-1,
while Pittsburgh was giving the
Cubs another lesson in humility by
a score of 4.to 3.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
National League
Philadelphia 8, 7-Brooklyn 5, 1
Pittsburgh 4-Chicago 3
St. Louis 2-Cincinnati 1
American League
St. Leuis 7, 6-Detroit 2, 5
New York 7--Washington 6
Cleveland 10-Chicago 5
Philadelphia 7-Boston 1

Tigers Drop Double Header
Browns; Phillies Take
Two From Robbins.

to

and Illini Tie Match at 6%/ to
Nine All. margi
The
(Spec"'Oidt T1 1 )('.)t Vied u
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., May 23.-Had and H
a short putt gone down for Len- Martir
festy, Michigan would have beaten Lenfe
the Illinois golf team yesterday but Lyon
the ball refused to fall after rim- On1
ming the cup and Illinois ,tied the still h
Michigan golfers, 9 to 9. total
Captain Royston led in medal after
play with a 74 with Lenfesty close putt w
behind with a 75 and Hand'followed on as
with a 76. Howard was one over par
on the fifteenth hole but he won Rog
his match on this green and did his tr
not play out the remaining holes. Cubs1
In the morning rounds Royston
won but one point out of three from Ame
Martin in the first singles match. day d
Jack Lenfesty lost all three points Clevel,
to Lyon but Johnny Howard won a new
the same number from Crowe. Hand Eane:

I

51% when he gained 2%
n over, Reston.
, afternoon doubles ma
up the team scores. Ro
Jand won a' 2 to 1 score
n and Reston, but Howar
sty lost to the Illinois'
and Crowe, by 21%' points
the last green the (olvt
ad a chance to win the
if Jack's putt had dr
rolling around the cup.
,as about three feet in If
sloping green.
ers Hornsby has been h:
roubles making the Ch
perform in ,pennant styit

to
edn

Ed Russell,
Wolverine track star who yester-
day captured the 440 in the West-
ern Conference meet at Evanston
and played a large part in enabling
Michigan's mile relay team to es-
t ablish a new Big Ten record.
BOX SCORE :.

Michigan's baseball mentor whose!
nine went down to an 8-4 defeat
yesterday afternoon at the hands
of the Michigan State players at
East Lansing, in the first of a-hree1
game series between the two insti-
tutions. The remaining two games
of the series will be played in Ann
Arbor on June 18 ana 19.

Scores Two Mfre.
ened up their half of the
two more runs. Eliowitz
nd Knisel singled and
d. Griffin walked, filling
but Madonna hit into a
play, Daniels to Hudson.
n singled, scoring Elio-
Knisel, and raising the
to 4.
eventh inning Gibbs sin-
Loved to second on Barn-
Tice. Kircher scored him
igle, ending the scoring
ie was hindered by the
er. The large crowd saw
f Michigan pitchers in a
to tem the tide. Coach
laced Kracht by Hole in
of the game after Kracht
two costly errors.
G TEN SCORES
R 11 E
te ..........4 5 2
tern ........ 1 7 3
... 3 10 4

ree

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U. of M. AB RIIPO E
Superko, 3b, . .......5 1 1 0 1
Braendle, lf,.......5 1 1 1 0
Tompkins, cf, .......3 0 1 10 0
Hudson, 1b, ........ 4 0 1 5 0
Diffley,C,.........4 0 2 2 1
Daniels, 2b,.......4 0 2 2 1
Moody, rf........... 3 0 1 1 0
Kracht, ss,........1. 0 012 1
Hole, ss,............30 1 2 0
McKay, p,.......0 0 0 0 0
Kiegler, p, ...... 2 1 0 0 0
*Douglas, ...........1 0 0 0 0
Compton, p, ....:.. ..1 0 0 0 0
**Eastman ......... 1 0 0 0 0
Totals......... .7 4 8 24 3
*Batted for Qiekler in 7th.
**Batted for Compton i 9th.
Mich. State AP IkH PO E
Madonna, ss,.......5 1 I 3 0
Cuthbertson, 2b,,.... 4 2 3 3 2
Gibbs, ef.........,4 2 2 5 0
Barnard,c.........3 0 1 4 0
Kircher, rf,....... 4 0 2 0 0
Gafner, lf,...... 3 0 0 0 0
Eliowitz, 1-,b ... ...'4 1 1 12 2
Kni se,3b,...,......4'1 10 0
Grifin, p, ..........1 1 0 0 0
Totals..........32 8 11 27 4
RHlE
Michigan ..000 004 000 4 8 3
Mich. State 230 002 10x 8 11 4
Summaries: Runs (MS), Madon-
na, Cuthbertson 2, Gibbs 2, Eliowitz,
Knisel, Griffin; (M), Superko, Hud-
son, Braendle, Kiegler. Triples, Dif-
fiey, Doubles, Kircher, Eliowitz.
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