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Regain His Form.
CHICAGO, May 25.-(A3)-For the
first time since he became a Cub
regular, Hack Wilson, home run

1HIY0NINE TOLYOI
Team Wonders if Rain Will End
Fourth Contest With Ohio
State Ballers.
(Continued from Page 6)
old position in right field. Michi-
gan's infield weakness, shortstop,
will be plugged by either Kracht
or Hole, the former being the most
likely choice.
Led by Wesley Fesler, Ohio State
will prove a strong opponent. When
Ohio State ran over the Confer-
ence-leading Illinois team 10-5 last
week, Fesler banged outthree ho-
-mers and two doubles to account
for nine of his team's 10 runs.
Fesler's exhibition of long dis-
tance hitting totaled 11 extra bases.
If Kiegler ran keep Fesler's bat
.ilent he will go a long ways in
calming Ohio State. The Buckeyes
defeated Northwestern last Satur-
day 4 to 1. These two wins mark
the Buckeyes as a hard nut to
crack today.
Butler wyas the hardest hitting
Wolverine yesterday in the prac-
tice game but his poor running will
keep him on the bench. Captain
Tompkins, Hudson, Superko, Diff-
ley, and Daniels have been off on
their hittkig and their timing did
not improve yesterday.
Michigan will present a strong
defense with the possible excep-
tion of short stop. Kracht has been
bothered all season with a sore arm
and in the last two games his field-
ing eye has disappeared.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
American League
Philadelphia 4-New York 2
Philadlelphia 16--New York 4
(second game)
Cleveland 7-Chicago 6
Washington-Boston; rain
National League
Chic ago 9=Pittsburgh. 6
St. Louis-Cincinnati; rain.
No other games scheduled.

COACHES DRAFT
NEW GRID CARD
Maroons, Illin, Tigers, Spartans
to Play Michigan Here.
(Continued from Page 6)
Wolverines will first encounter
Michigan State here. Following that
clash the Maize and Blue will jour-
ney to Ohio State to meet the
Bucks in their traditional fall)
clash. Illinois will furnish the first
opposition in a Conference game in(
the stadium.
One week after the Illinois clash
Princeton will come west to play
a return game with the Wolverines.
Michigan will then go to Indiana,
entertain Chicago here, and close
the season in a game at Minnesota.
Outstanding among the intersec-
tional games drawn up for the Con-
ference in .1932 are the Michigan-
Princeton, Chicago - Yale, North-
western-Stanford, Purdue-New York
U., and Northwestern-Notre Dame
clashes, although more will proba-
bly be announced later.
The Big Ten schedule follows:
Oct. 8-Indiana at Ohio State;
Michigan State at Michigan; Pur-
due at Minnesota; Iowa at Wiscon-
sin; Chicago at Yale; Northwestern
at Stanford.
Oct. 15- Wisconsin at Purdue;
Michigan at Ohio State; Northwest-
ern at Illinois; Iowa at Indiana;
Minnesota open; Chicago open.
Oct. 22-Indiana at Chicago; Illi-
nois at Michigan; Minnesota at
Iowa; Wisconsin open; Purdue
open; Ohio State open; Northwest-
ern open.
Oct. 29-Illinois at Chicago;
Princeton at Michigan; Northwest-
ern at Minnesota; Wisconsin at
Ohio State; Iowa open; Purdue at
New York University; Indiana open.
Nov. 5-Michigan at Indiana; Ill-
inois at Wisconsin; Purdue at Chi-
cago; Ohio State at Northwestern;
Iowa open; Minnesota open.
Nov. 12-Chicago t Michigan;
Minnesota at Wiscons ; Purdue at
Iowa; Northwestern at otre Dame;
Indiana open; Illinois open; Ohio!
State open.
Nov. 19-Indiana at Purdue; Ohio
State at Illinois; Iowa at North-
western; Michigan at Minnesota;
Wisconsin at Chicago.

AQK L. TOPS MURA.L
New Champions of Fraternity
'Barnyard Golf' Have No
Trouble in Finals.
Alpha Kappa Lambda won the
Interfraternity horseshoe tourna-
ment Saturday when they defeated
Delta Alpha Epsilon, 3-0 in the
final rotnd. Alpha Kappa Lambda,
did not lose a single game in win-
ning the cup as they white-washed
their opponents in each round.
H. Simon and D. Baker, A.K.L.,
neat L. Darrow and R. Law in a fast
match, 21-18, 21-10. H. Wise and E.
Oldham, A.K.KL., defeated T. Per-
kins and N. Tuttle, 21-2, 21-12. In
'the last match, R. Becker and E.
Crombie, A.K.L., won fron J. Spen-
1 cer and R. Miller 21-17, 21-15.
Both Games Close. -
In the semi-finals, Alpha Kappa
Lambda defeated Alpia Chi Rho,
3-0, and Delta Alpha Epsilon beat
Delta Phi, 2-1. Both matches were
close and the outcome was in doubt
until the last game was played.
Simon and Baker, A.K.L., won
from Bevis and Rea in three fast
games 19-21, 21-9, and 21-16. Becker
and Crombie, A.K.L., were also forc-
ed to three games before finally
winning 21-2, 9-21, 21-18, from
White and Schaffer. In the third
game, Wise and Oldham, A.K.L.,
beat Cato and Renick 21-18, 21-16.
Darrow-Law Win.
In the other semi-final match,
Darrow and Law, D.A.E., defeated
:Krueger and Henken, 21-4, 21-6.
Perkins and Tuttle, D.A.E., beat
Weinstein and Kane in two close
games 21-17, 21-19. Zipperstein and
Marx, T.D.F., defeated Spencer and
~Miller 21-16, 18-21, 21-13.
This is the second championship
that Alpha Kappa Lambda has won
this year. Last year they were the
runners-up. The honors that go
with this title include the trophy
for the sport and the points won to
add to the already leading total of
this fraternity. -
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ohn Reindel had an easy time
winning his match over Lindyn,
6-0. Reindel turned in the same
ar game that has enabled him
To through the dual meet season
h only one defeat. In the final
gles encounter Sam Sherman
shed through to take the meas-
of Parent, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3.' Sher-
a except for a lapse in the se-
Sset was far ahead of the Go-

champion of the major leagues last
season, has been benched for a rea-
son other than injury.
Wilson, who has batted out only
two home runs this season and
whose batting average to date is;
only .266, compared to his finishing.
mark of .356 in 1930, yesterday was
relegated to the bench by Rogers
Hornsby in an effort to add power
to the Cub attack. Hornsby did not
say that Wilson would not be in the
ball game when the club opens inI
Cincinnati Tuesday, but indicated
that the pudgy slugger would rest
for several days.
It was reported while the Cubs
were in New York that Wilson was,
to be removed from the lineup, and
he did remain out for a day. How-
ever. Hornsby denied that Hack
had been set down for any reason
except an injury to a finger. He also
denied that there was friction be-
tween himself and Wilson, and has
continued to deny it.
Riggs Stephenson went out to left
field and Johnny Moore played in
center field yesterday. Stephenson
punched out three hits, but not
enough to keep the Cubs from tak-
ing another beating from the
Pirates.
A. C. Horseshoe Title
Annexed by B. Larson
B. Larson won the all-campus
horseshoe title by defeating K.
Goellner in the final round 21-9,
21-5. Larson in winning the title
defeated Michelman, Brown, the
winner last year, Diamond, and
Goellner, last year's runpner-up.
In the semi-finals, K. Goellner
won from H. Ross in two close
games, 21-15, 21-19. In the other,
bracket, B. Larson won from H.
Diamond by default.
In wining the championship, B.
A high gi-ade of horseshoe pitchilig
was displayed in the tournament as
several of the entrants have taken
part in state and national touriaa-
meats.
VARSITY GOLF
The Michigan-Minnesota dual
golf match scheduled for today
has been definitely called off.
However, the Minnesota team
will compete in the Western Con-
ference meet Thursday and Fri-
day.

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ace-Reindel Win.
bles combination of Brace
el, which has captured
g point in several meets
again remained true to
downed Stessin and Lin-
second match, 6-4, 5-7,
Tolverine duo was far su-
he Gopher combina,tion,
.y in the second set.
ke and Toin Mills smash-
through the Minnesota
in of Johnston and Par-
e y ets, 6-1, 6-4. The
team had nao trouble at
ung the 1inal doubles
lrke and Mills being just
r the Gophers.
is overwhelming defeat
Qta, ,CQach John J0Ian-
rn shopld go a long way
stern conference cham-
his Friday and Saturday
us.
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TUESDAY, May 26, 8:15,
VIRGINIA HAMISTER, in
Piano Recital.
Wednesday, May 27, 4:15,
VELMA WACHLIN, Organist,
in Graduation Recital, Hill Audi-.
torium.
Thursday, May 28, 8:15,
JAMES HAMILTON'S students
.in selections from "Aida" and "Il
Rigoletto."
Tuesday, June 2, 8:15, MAR- I
JORIW McCLUNG and RUTH
McCORMICK, Sopranos, in
Graduation Recital.
Thursday, June 4, 8:15, MIL-
DRED DRINKAUS, Soprano, in
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Sunday, June 7, 4:15, Concerto
and Aria program: Misses Mc-
Cormick, McClung, Field, So-
p r a n osF; Miss Peck, Pianist;
Messers. Poinar and Hamilton,
Violinists; the University Sym-
phony Orchestra; E A R L V.
MOORE, Conductor, Hill Audi
toriuim.
Monday, Jun , 8:15, iUTH"
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Tuesday, June 9, 8:15, ELEAN-
OR WHITMAN, in Piano Re.
cital.
Thursday, June 11, 8:15, NELL
B. STOCKWELL'S students in Pi-
ano Recital.

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