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MICHIGAN DAIT

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A 9-GENTItA TO PLA
0.a5, TENNIS TEAM
No Change in Lineup Predicted
by Non-Playing Captain,
Bernon Prentice.

ATHLETICS' WINNING STREAK COMES
TO HALT; UHLE DOWNS WIFTE SOX

Cleveland Takes Pair of Gamesl
From Browns; Red Sox Win.
With three double-headers and
a complete schedule in both major
leagues yesterday, changes in the

Basebal Scores
R H E
Detroit ..... 000 300 001 4 11 3
Chicago ... . 100 000 010 2 11 0
U~hI d H! TNiwrh" Fabetr Brrax-,

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standings were numerous. The New!
Argentina will meet the same York Yankees resumed their posi-'
team, that defeated the Canadian tion of second in the American-
Davis Cup squad Monday, clinching League by winning from the Ath- l
the North American zone for the letics while Washington, now inj
United States, tomorrow, Friday, third place, lost to Boston. They

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wnen buiyue w ~i
d and came in on
winning run, saved
brace, was scored
reached first on an
)nd on Clarke's out.
plate on Wise's hit
tteries for the day
7mon and Clarke;
and Barta.
ings:
.n.... 000 110 000
.....000 200 001
dum and Schrieber.
.ders won the Inde-
aseball title yester-
3y defeating the Pi-
nd of a three-game
They won the first
zst week by a 6-1
f the ninth inning
ally by the Pilots
y intended to, win
fell short by two
lost all claim to the
pions started out in
manner by clouting
in the first and 'one
xt two braces. Two
and three more in1
he work.

Connie Mack,I
Manager of the Philadelphia Ath-
letics, who saw his team go down
to defeat yesterday before the New
York- Yankees after they had
amassed 17 straight victories, ap-
proaching within two of the mod-
srn big league record.
A-C Horse~h e Meet
Play in the All-Campus horse-
shoe doubles tournament on the
Intramural spring sports calendar
will be wound up this afternoon
with the playing of one semi-final
match and the finals pairing for
the title. The games will be held in
the order named at 5:00 and 5:45
this afternoon. l
In the first match Baldwin and
Tyler will. meet the track stars,
Brooks and Tolan, to see which
team fiets the right to go on to
encounter Brown and Ross, already
in the final brace. The latter pair
reached their present status by
downing the Alpha Phi Alpha pair
of brothers, Simmons and Simmons
2'to 1.
The actual competition in the
good old sport of "barnyard golf"
will 'not take long this evening, but
the rivalry is high and the teams
battling with the horses' hoofs will
probably end up with some very
close scores before one of them wins
the right to hold the trophy of-
fered.
BIG TEN SCHOOLS
FILE ENTRY LISTS'
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and Saturday in the interzone final Giants, profiting by a double vic-
at Washington. tory over Boston in the National,
The United States Lawn Tennis League, have approached the St.
association named Frank X. Shields Louis Cards, now league leadersto ,
and Sidney B. Wood, jr., of New Loi'adnwlau edrt
Y ok, Gregory Mangin of Newark, within .003 of a tie in the percent-
N.J., and Clifford Sutter of New Or- ages. The Pirates dropped from
leans as the team to meet Argen- fourth place in the National circuit
tina. Bernon S. Prentice, wealthy to sixth position, Chicago andj
New York clubman, is the non- Philadelphia moving up. The Cleve-
playing captain. This same team land Indians, always a menace to
defeated Canada four matches to the Tigers, have moved up into
one. They will practice in Wash- fifth place within striking distance
ing ton on the courts today. of the Bengals.
While the American youngsters Yanks Hit McDonald, Shores.
werewining n Cnada Gerge To the New York Yankees goes
were winninginCanadaGeore the honor of breaking the winning
Lott, jr.. and John Van Ryn won
the French hard court doubles bythe Asenteena esugthe past
championship for the first Amen- few weeks. The Yanks got to Mc-
anvcictry in tat 2. divsion of Donald and Shores for a total of.
former Davis Cup stars defeated tenhitse which yielded six runs,
the South African pair, Victor Kir-wh ehPhladelphia team made
by and Nat Farquharson 6-4, 6-3, two tallies from seven clouts.
6-4. The Tigers fortified themselves in
fourth place by taking a tight 4-2
This pair is expected to join the win from the Chisox. Uhle distin-"
Davis Cup squad later in the season .guished himself not only by hurling
for the more important meets. Lott. a winning game, but also by hitting
and Van Ryn rank as one of the a home run.
world's leading doubles combina- In the National League, New York
tions, according to the critics. took two shutout games from Bos-
ton. The Braves were allowed butI
NEW BADMINTON two hits in the first contest. Chi-
cago took both ends of a double,
COURTS STARTED' 'header from Cincinnati by scores
of 7-2 and 9-6. The Phillies defeat-
Construction on Plot to West ed Brooklyn, 8-4.
of Building Will Enlarge 'Browns Drop Two.
'Mural Facilities. The Boston Americans, taking
*___Washington into camp yesterday by
o'prove that the Intramural ac-a score of 6-4 while the St. Louis
tivities always move forward, keep- Browns dropped two games to
g aras of the times, at the Cleveland, found themselves pitted"
west erd of the building, just p against the latter club as rivals for,
the door you cannot go out when the cellar position in the junior
the varsity baseball team is play- Yrstd.
ing,, construction of four new bad- ser was agod day for
min~ton courts is being pushed to sluggers in both leagues; nine cir-
complton. scuit slouts being recorded. Ruth
completion. . . and Simmons each garnered their
Thisis not the whole of this im daily swat. Among the nine home
provement of-Intramural facilities'run hitters were three batterymen,
however, for the workers have been two of whom are catchers. Lom-
instructed to rebuild the six horse- bardi of the lobins and Myatt of
shoe courts now there, and when the Indians are the slugging re-
the new courts are finished, to fill ceivers. Uile was the third hard-
in all the surrounding space-with ceingrsaUterya.h
.new grass, sticking in a couple sets hitting batteryman.
of benches besides the courts for - ---- ----
both games..,
.'he8 n - rllr m .tt n 1-n " i~T C[

ue an .±aywo ;runJJ.U F ,A 1EliLA-
ton and Tate,
-First Game.
St. Loui's ... 000 000 000 0 7 2
Cleveland .. 510 010 23x 12 12 1
Blacholder, Stiles, Stiely, Ferrell
and Crouch; Miller and Myatt.
-Second Game.
St. Louis ... 020 000 000 2 6 2
Cleveland . 020 020 00x 4 9 2
Collins, Kimsey and Ferrell; Hlar-
der and Myatt.
New York .. 030 002 010 6 10 0
Philadelphia 001 000 001 2 7 1
Gomez and Dickey; Rommell, Mc-
Donald, Shores and Cochrane.
Washington 000 002 110 4 13 2
Boston ......100 120 02x 6 10 1
Jones and Spencer; Russell and
Rueli.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
-First Game R Ii E
Chicago .... 000 102 121 7 12 2
Cincinnati .. 100 100 000 2 8 1
Smith and Grace; Benton, Car-
roll and Sukeforth.

PHI SIGMA DELTA
HAIS IFAVORED P N I NE
With 41 Consecutive Victories
Piled up This Team Awaits
Play in Finals.}
By Charles Sanford,
I-M Sports Editor.
There seems to b_ no team capa-
ble of stopping Phi Sigma Delta
from winning the"I fourth consecu-
tive inter-fraternity baseball cham-'
pionship as sponsored by the Intra-
mural Department. They have suc-
cessfully put aside all opposition to
date and at present rest in the
semi-finals, with two gAmes stand-

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HISTORY 11 and 12 T
GEOLOGY and GE1O
Tommie Mack Tutorin
310 So. State St.
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- %econd tame
Chicago .... 230 111 010
Cincinnati . 040 200 000

9 12 01
0 7 3

ing between them and the cham.-
pionship for this year.
Over a span of four years this
fraternity has not lost a game and
it is fast becoming a tradition in
Intramural sports that when the
Phi Sigs take the field in baseball.
they are going to come off again
victors. By defeating Alpha Omega,
6-3, two days ago they rang up
their 41st consecutive victory se-
ting a record that is well worth the
attention of anybody,
They were forced to beat Alpha
Omega twice since a protest was
registered and allowed over the
first game. This merely meant so
much more time spent on the dia-
mond for these men, or so it would
seem from the result. Alpha Omega
is to be complimented on willing-
ness to tackle them twice.
Although their next game is ac-
tually scheduled for tonight, Phi
Sigma Delta will have to wait until
tomorrow night at the earliest,
when they will play the winner of
the Beta Theta Pi and Phi Kappa
Sigma contest. This latter game is
a league tie still pending playoff.
In spite of being the overwhelm-
ing favorites in this race, there is
always a chance that they will be
toppled from the top, and if any
team beats them it is believed that
Alpha Kappa Lambda is the one.
They have a heavy hitting aggre-
gation and this combined with
pitching that rivals that of Hank
Weiss makes them the logical upset
favorites this year.

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Baecht, Root and Hartnett; Rix-
ey, Ogden and Asby.
Philadelphia 023 010 002 8 13 1
Brooklyn ... 000 010 201 4 7 2
Elliot and Davis; Shaute, Day,
Quinn, Heimich and Lombardi.

-First Game.
Boston...... 000 000 000
New York .. 002 000 lOx
Zachary and Spohrer;
Cunningham and Hogan.
--Second Game
Boston ......000 000 000
New York .. 220 000 02x
Pittsburgh . 000 100 053
St. Louis ... 021 020 06x

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s: Walle and Merrill.
nior Dents and the Senior
Ads advanced to the finals
inter-class soft baseball
yesterday by victories over
or Laws and Frosh Dents
ely. The Senior Dent-Jun-
score was 9 to 5, while that
Senior° Business Ads-Frosh

iss and Simons were the los-
'atteries in the first game while
ns and Kile drew credit for the
ry. In the second contest Kar-
y and Galin were on the wrong
while Ladd and Marshall car-
their team with them to the
s. The playoff for the title of
season is scheduled for Thurs-
afternoon starting at 5:15.

at which time they finished in.
fourth place, must still be counted
on when the final score is tallied".
Ohio State is also much stronger
than last year, Florio being added
to Kepler and Wilson to form a
potentially strong combination. Few
of the other schools as a team can
be counted on to provide much
competition, but most of them boast
at least one star capable of carry-
ing off individual honors.
The race for individual honors
should be well worth watching. Dick
Martin, last year's winner, is any-
thing but secure on the top of his
throne, and will have such stars as
Capt. Royston, of Michigan; Kep-
ler, of Ohio State; Bassett and Cook,
of Purdue; and Stewart and Page
of Wisconsin to contend with, not
to mention his teammate, Capt.
Lyon of Illinois.
In addition to those named, the
remainder of the Wolverine squad,
namely Lenfesty, Howard, and Hand
are all consistently good medalists,
and with the added advantage of
playing over their own course they
should make a determined bid for
individual honors.

Tis work win remove the ratner
ugly aspect of horseshoe courts
that has been noticeable before,
and at the same time give the De-
partm entnthe added badmintonfa-
cilities. In this manner, the direc-
tors hope to build up the interest
in both this oldest of sports and
one of the newest games on the
market.
Play will not be restricted on the
new courts except in the case of
tournaments in seasons to come,
and the principle will be that of
first come first served. For badmin-
ton, if the players will furnish the
shuttles necessary to play, the In-
tramural directors will contribute
the rackets also quite necessary, as
long as the limited equipment lasts.
YESTERDAY'S HOMliERS
Myatt ................. Indians
Ruth ................. Yankees
Uhle..................Tigers
Simmons ............FAthletics
Jackson ............ ..Giants
Whitney .............Phillies
Thompson............Robins
Lombardi.............Robins
Hafey ............... Cardinals

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RDAY'S RESULTS
erican League.
2, Chicago2.
d 12, St. Louis 0.
d 4, St. Louis2, (sec-

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rid game).
New York 6, Philadelphia 2.
oston 6, Washington 4.
National League
Chicago 7, Cincinnati 2.
Chicago 9, Cincinnati 6, (see

Philadelphia
New York 3,
New York 6,
d game).
St. Louis 11,

8, Brooklyn 4,
Boston 0.
Boston 0, (see-
Pittsburgh 9.

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