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D FI|AEMIOHIGA
sher Wants Men to Improve
Hitting Even With Veller
Holding Mound.
In preparation for their last Con-
ie eunter of the current
ason and the hurling of "Lefty",
:iler, Indiana ace, Coach Ray
sher scnt his Wolverine ball play-
to the plate yesterday afternoon
try their hands at the offerings
the southpaw twirlers on the
ound staff.
The Michigan batsmen have had
nsiderable difficulty all year in
ting to a leit-hander, and Coach
Shr wanis his men to stack upE
am ;t as much port sidehurling
possible before meeting Veller,
doubtedly the best southpaw in
e Big Ten and one of tie most
tstanding hurlers the Confer-
ce has produced.
Won on Errors.
Although Michigan took'the Hoo-
rs down the line earlier in the
ason, the four Wolverine runs
re largely the gift of the Indiana
iders who committed six errors
ich accounted for three of the
nning tallies. Only one of the
>lverine counters was earned, but
at one was enough to give the
me to the Maize and Blue as the
teran Cormpton kept the Hoosiers
nm crossing the plate.
Wednesday's encounter at Ferry
ld will mark the close of the Con-
'ence season for both Indiana
d Michigan, and in addition will
the last performance of Claron
efty" Veller in collegiate baseball
d also the inal B1ig Ten appear-
ce of fars Kiegler, who will prob-,
ly be Fisher's choice to start on
e- m1ioundfor the Wolves.
Will End Season.
Following the Indiana clashl
chig'an's diamond will be the
,te of peace and tranquility un-
the practice is resumed a week
d a half later in preparation for
e commencement series with
chigan State. The two games
th the Spartans on the 19 and 20
June will bring to a close the
(Continued from Page 7) j

STANLEY HARRIS IS POSSIBLE SUB
FOR GENRINGER AT KEYSTONE SACK

It's up to Stanlev Harris! The
Tigers are slipping badly, in fact,
they already have sunk to the point
where they 'gave drzopped 13 out
of their last 15 game. Everyone is
agreed that something must be
done to pull Detroit's entry in the
American League pennant race
back where they belong. And its up
to Harris t o do it!
Much of Detroit's down fall has
been caused by illness and injuries.
The Tigers have lost Charley Gehr-
inger, one of the best second base-
men in baseball, and Dale Alex-
ander, giant fIrst bae slugger, both
through injuries and now neither
of these men are even accompany-
ing the club on 'its swing through
the eastern sector of the circuit. In
addition to these cripples, there are
several other men on the Tiger
team that are not in the best of
condition, and several of them are
being played in positions that are
foreign to them.
Marvin Owen, regular shortstop
and a rookie fresh from the Pacific
Coast league, is playing first base
in place of Alexander. Mark Koenig,
who once was a star with the New
York Yankees, is at second in Gehr-
inger's shoes. Bill Akers, just an
average ball player and a weak
hitter, is at shortstop for Owen, and
Marty McManus, suffering from
Wykoff Runs Furlong
in Near Record Time
LOS ANGELES, Calif., June 1.-I
(W)A Frank Wykofi is out to prove,
he's not a one-race star.+
The lithe University of Southern
California flier twice last year ran
the 100 yards in 9.4, seconds, under
wo ld's record time, but he seldom
entered the 220 dash because his
physique was not up to standard
due to a previous illness.
This year, however, the Glendale
rocket is running the furlong with
apologies to no one. He has a mark
of 20.8, just two-tenths behind Ro-
land Locke's world's record time.
Wykoff's stamina, despite his
slight build, was first shown in the
final American Olympic trials of
1928, when he ran 100 meters
(about 109 yards) four times in one
O'ympic record.

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Bucky Harris,
both a batting and a fielding slump,
is guarding the hot cushion.
But there remains one possibility
that has not as yet been tried.
Koenig's play at second base has
been so bad that some shift is abso-
lutely necessary. Why not then,
have Stanley Harris himself take
over the duties around the keystone
sack? Harris, the only playing man-
ager in the American league, is not
any older than many ether players
on the team. Back in the days when
he piloted the Washington Senators
he was known as quite a second,
baseman.
It has been a couple of seasons
now since Harris tried his hand at
playing day in and day out at sec-
ond base. Since his debut as man-"
ager of the Bengals he has not
taken part to any great extent in
their games, unless it was occasion-,
ally to run for another player.
Surely, however, Harris would be'
a distinct improvement over Koenig
at second base. The former Yankee'
has lost all of his batting and field-
ing, and is now serving as Gehring-
er's substitute mainly for the rea-
son that there is no one else to use,l
that is, unless Harris takes a hand
(Continued from Page 7)

LE~~ FESY HOS
Ch'cago Veteran Will Captain
Strong Team in 1932
Links Campaign.
At a meeting of the Varsity golf
team held directly following the
ctcm pt tion of the Conference golf
mcet, Jack Lenfesty, '32, of Chicago,
Ill., was elected to the captaincy of
next year's team.
Jack has been one of the most
consistent performers on Coach
Trueblood's squad for the past two
years. In addition he has gained an
en viable reputation for himself by
his play in various tournaments in
the Chicago district.
According to present indications
he will have the honor of captain-
ing one of the strongest teams in
Michigan history. In addition to
himself, Howard, Hand, Livingston,
and Jolley will be back from this
year's team. "Chub" Hicks is ex-
pected to be back in school, also,f
and there are several members ofl
the freshman team who are of
varsity calibre, chief among them
Johnny Fisher, yearling captain.
FRA TERNIT Y NINES
TO PLAY IN FINALS
The final game for the interfra-
ternity baseball championship will
take place this afternoon at 5:15
o'clock when the Alpha Kappa
Lambda team meets the strong Phi
Sigma Delta aggregation. Both
teams have made good records in
surviving not only the preliminary
rounds in their respective divisions,
but also in coming through the
finals against the winners in othei'
divisions.
In the finals, Phi Sigma Delta
defeated the following teams: Delta
Kappa Epsilon, 11-2; Alpha Omega,
7-4; and Beta Theta Pi, 8-G. Alpha
Kappa Lambda defeated Zeta Beta
Tau, 4-1; Phi Lambda Kappa, 1G-1;
and Delta Tau Delta, 3-2.
The championship game is sure
to be a close one. Phi Sigma Delta,
by virtue of their forty-two consec-
utive victories, is accorded a slight
(Continued on Page 7)

Zoology Nine Downs
Swim Club; Research
Walks Over Physics
Faculty play in soft baseball con-
tinued yesterday with the comple-
tion of two more games, one on
each side of the double elimination
final series. It is hoped that this
tournament will be completed tis
week to wind up this phase of the
Intramural spring sports calendar.
Zoology continued on its march
to victory by trouncing the Swim-
ming Club nine to the tune of 16
to 1. Meyer and Veen Boer thus
earned another win as the Zoo bat-
teries. Blott and Brier handled the
batteries assignment for the Swim
Club but were badly battered dur-
ing the game.
Engmneer Research triumphed be-
hind Caniield and Vincent over!
Physics, 14-3. Jenkins and Ritz
took the loss. The one-sided scores
that are now being turned in seem
to show both renewed effort by the

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BIG LEAGUE STANDINGS
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.449
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CINCINNATI LOSES.
TO ST._LOUIS, 6-5
Big Leagues Have Quiet Day as
Only One Game Is Played.

winning teams and some careless- In the quietest day of the Big
ness by the Losers. The Research Leagues this season, Cincinnati lost
club is trying hard to redeem the to the St. Louis Cardinals in the
loss to Zoology and work their way twelfth inning 5-6 in the only reg-
back to the final playoff with the ular game in both leagues. In the
winners. only exhibition' game of the day,
Columbus defeated the New York
Simmons' Protege HasiGiants2-.
Rea Baseball Ability! In the American league Detroit
__a _ and Philadelphia were rained out
MILWAUKEE, Jne 1. --- -Aand wet weather caused a post-
PiLh AUKEE, Smns' -ei)-A ponement of the New York Yankee-
lPclishboh boy i' rom Al Mlae sSimmons, neigh- . az
boood in lwkee is pounding Ie.These were the
his way to fame in the American only;games scheduled in the junior
Association this season. His namelop
is Tony Kubek, and he is a protege The Cincinnati Reds in trying for
of the great Piladelph Athl ' ,their tenth win of the season,
outfielde. scored twice in the ninth inning to
A year ago Kub.k was playing in tie up the score but lost in the
the Wisconsin State League. Ie twelfth when the Cards pushed
looked good and got a chance with across their sixth run. Chaplin, the
the Milwaukee Biewers, the same Giants rookie pitcher, .allowed 10
team which gave Simmons his hits and lost to the Columbus team
chance in tlhe game. 3-2.
With a -ood-looking outfield the
Brewers didn't pay much attentionT
to Kubek in the spring training . TRACK NOTICE
grind, and even looked around for All M-men and s e c o n d a r y
a Class B spot for him. award winners of this year's
He got his chance one day when team are requested to be at
injuries and the mumps sent two Rentschler's Studio today at 4:30
of the Brewers fly-chasers to the when the team picture is to be
bench. Immediately he became the taken. Bring your suits and
sensation of the American Associa- shoes.
tion, hitting the ball far above the George Wehl, Manager
.400 mark and leading the hitters.

AK 9E NT_4KKN
Hammer, Ryan, Clarke Receive
Places in Top Selections
of Big Ten Coaches.
Three men from the Michigan
Varsity tennms squa d are ran ked
among the first 10 players in West-
ern Conference net circles by a vote
of the coaches at the Big Ten meet
which was held at Columbus last
Friday, according to John John-
stone, coach of the Michigan squad.
Ed Hammer, Colby Ryan, and Bob
Clarke were ranked at fifth, sixth
and ninth respectively.
Hammer Placed Fifth.
Scott Rexinger, by virtue of his
win over Dennison of Ohio State
received first rank with the Buck-
eye ace in second place. Rexinger
did not lose a single game through-
out the meet. Yutzy of Minnesota
and Reil of Northwestern we, e
ranked second and third. With
Hammer and Ryan fifth and sixth,
Britzius of Minnesota took the next-
place followed by Stagg of Chicago.
James of Ohio State ranked in
tenth place. The first six places
were named by a unanimous vote
of the coaches.
Although these rankings are not
recognized by the American Lawn
Tennis association, most of the men
have achieved places in other meets
and Western Conference officials
are attempting to gain recognition
of its rankings by the National
body.
Should Get Awards.
Letter winners who have been
reconmmended for Varsity tennis
awards include Ed Hammer, Colby
Ryan, Bob Clarke, Fred Brace, John
Reindel, Sherman, Mills, and Bill
Ranck. .Hammer, Ranck, Sherman,
and Brace will be lost to the squad
for next season. The new captain
will be elected at a banquet to be
held soon.
The Conference seeded rankings
are as follows: Rexinger, Yutzy,
Dennison, Reil, Hammer, Stagg,
Ryan and McElroy.
The New York Yankees supplied
something of a sensation for Amer-
ican League fans when they downed
the Philadelphia Athletics.

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