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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

PAGE THREE

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Opening Match Against Normal, 27-0

Tiger Infielder

1TIGERS5 SENATORS~
HLD LEAGUE LEA
Good Hurling Is Aid to Leaders;
Boston Braves Pushed to
Frent in National.
Good pitching, and in both cases1
a late rally, enabled both Detroit
and Washington, leaders in the
American League to retain their
positions. The veteran George Uhle
held Cleveland to five scattered hits
to down the Indians 2 to 1. A double
in the eighth inning by Johnny
Stone settled the game for the
pace-setters.

Everhardus' PUnting
Is Feature of Dril
by Football Squad

HOOSIERS ENTERED,1
IN KANSAS RE~LYS

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Baseball Team to Open Big Ten
Season Against Champions. HTIGSRNT

Starting the final portion of the
spring football practice, c o a c h Brocksmith, Great Distance Star,
Harry Kipke put the boys through Will Be Counted on in 1500
a strenuous workout. Many scraped Meter Classic.

noses and more serious injuries
kept quite a few on the sidelines.

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Harry Davis, 22 year old first
baseman recently purchased by the
Detroit Tigers from Toronto of the
International League. Davis, a left-
hander, has shown up very well in
the early games of the year.
BADGERS TO FETE
NEW GRID COACH
(Specialto 1T eDal)
MADISON, Wis., April 20. - A
hearty welcome, good fellowship
and a real outpouring of the old
Wisconsin spirit will feature the
program of the banquet to be ten-
dered Dr. Clarence W. Spears, Wis-
consin's new football cpach, on
April 27.
The program committee, headed
by Jerry Riordan, has promised
that there will be a minimum of
ponderous oratory, that most of the
talks will be brief and that all will
be entertaining and very much to
the point-to pledge sincere sup-
port to the man who has been
chosen to guide Wisconsin's future
football fortunes. The complete list
of speakers will be announced soon.
A.K.L. Again Tops List
in Fraternity p o r t s
Alpha Kappa Lambda, fraternity
athletic champions for 1931, are
making a strong bid for the 1932
honors. By annexing titles in the
three sports, speed-ball, volley ball,
and track, they got off to a big
lead with 1,016 points to their
nearest rivals' 785.
After Delta Alpha Epsilon which
stands second, comes Delta Sigma
Phi with 744 markers. Alpha Omega,
last year's professional winner, has
tallied 673 for fourth place, and
Theta Xi is fifth with 644.
Only the spring sports: indoor
baseball, tennis, horse-shoes, and
Sigma Delta Psi contests remain on
the fraternity card. Competition
will be brought to an end May 30.

Long Bob Burke. tall, slender
Washington left -hander pitched
the Solons to a 4 to 3 win over Bos-
ton. A two-run rally off the de-
livery of Danny Mac Fayden in the
ninth brought victory to the Na-
tionals. -
The New York Yankees took ex-
ception to the offerings of Bob
Grove and slugged out an 8 to S
victory over the Philadelphia nine.G
Babe Ruth, Bill Dickey, and Sammy
Byrd crashed home runs for the
winners. In the other contest in
the Junior Loop Sam Gray, of St.
Lou s ban~ked the White Sox for
the second time this year, winning
5 to 0.
In the National League the Bos-
ton Braves moved into first place by
the simple expedient of being idle.
The best pitching performance of
the day in the Older circuit was
turned in by Steve Swetonic. The
Pittsburgh hurler blanked the St.
Louis Cardinals, allowing them only
a trio of base hits, and won 7 to 0.
it was the fifth consecutive defeat
suffered by the Red Birds.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit...... 000 010 010- 2 8 0
Cleveland .. 010 000 000- 1 5 11
Uhle and Hayworth, Susce; Brown
and Myatt.
Chicago .... 000 000 000-- 0 3 0
St. Louis ... 201 110 00*- 5 13 1
Hadley, Lyons, Gregory and Tate;
Gray and Ferrell.
Philadelphia 000 100 101-- 3 9 1
N. Y. .......102 010 31*- 3 9 0
Grove, Earnshaw and Cochrane;
Gomez and Dickey.
Boston..... 020 000 001--- 3 5 0
Washington 000 000 202- 4 8 1
McFaydon and Berry; Burke and
Spencer.
NATIONAL LEAGUE

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fullhou wa deote topra- ;BLOOMINGTON, Ind., April 20.--1
A full hour was devoted to prac- The official opening of the outdoor
icing punting during which time track season at the Kansas Relays
Herm Everhardus got off some fine next Saturday and a baseball game
boots, the ball carrying as far as against Purdue, at Lafayette, Fri-
.xty to seventy yards. day, provide Indiana university
Blocking Stressed . with an active sports program for
Bthe coming week.
The other backs were given a Coach E. C. Hayes of the Crimson
long session on the tackling dum- thinlies expects to enter a strong
my, polishing up on their blocking delegation of Hoosier trickmen in
and tackling. Ithe annual Kansas Relay carnival.
Harry Newman showed his last At present it seems probable that
season form in tossing passes and at least 10 men will make the trip
Everhardus, Willis Ward, and Stan to Lawrence and a few more may
Fay did some nice receiving. be added at the last minute. It is
The last part of the practice was the same combination of cinder air-
spent in runni.ng back punts by tists that won the Armour Tech Re-
Westover, Newman, and Fay while lays by a large margin in Chicago
the other backs blocked and tack- two weeks ago.
led. Count on Brocksmith.

Work With Linemen. Henry Brocksmith, I n d i a n a's
Coach Cappon spent practically great distance star who holds Big
the entire afternoon showing some Ten indoor records in the mile and
of the aspiring linemen the finer two mile runs, will participate in a
p ints of chairging, blocking, and special 1500 meter classic which
tackling. will have most of the leading Olym-
Chuck Bernard was at the pivot pic threats entered. Other individ-
position most of the afternoon and ual entries will be Beecher, in the
seems quite ready and capable to pole vault; Crouch, in the broad
fill the position left in the center of jump and possibly other events;
the line by the graduation of Doc and Hornbostel in 'the half mile.
Morrison, Michigan's All-American Four Hoosier relay combinations
center of last year. 1 are being entered for the mile, two
There have been about ten new mile, four .mile, and university dis-
men reporting foir the practice ses- tance medley events. Only three
sions since the resumption of school, will actually be run according to
including Harry Stinespring, of last the present plan, however. The
years varsity squad. regular mile combination of Strei-
------------- __cher, Martich, Fuqua, and Hornbo-
stetlt will be particularly dangerous
Tennis Team Nears in tht race. JHoaruostel, Kemp,
Top Form for Meet' Watson, Parks, Neese, Brocksmith,
and Holland will be juggled in the
{other combinations. Some of these
With continued warm weather men may be permitted to partici-
which is fast drying out the courts pate in individual events in addi-
and bringing Michigan's Varsity tion to their relay work.

EitheraHarley McNeal or Francis
Wistert appear to be slated to re-
ceive the pitching assignment on
Saturday when the Wolverine base-
ball team meet the championship
nine from Illinois in the opening
conference game of the season.
McNeal pitched a fine game
against the Normal aggregation on
Tuesday, but the excellent work of
Wistert in the last two innings may
give him the call over last year's
regular.
Base Running Faulty.
Although the baseball displayed
against Ypsi was not of big-league
calibre, Coach Fisher is well sat-
isfied with their showing. Faulty
base running was the factor tlmt
contributed most to the defeat, bad
sliding into bases losing close de-
cision which later would have pro-
duced runs. '
In an attempt to get more punch
into the offense, Fisher made sev-
eral switches in the lineup in yes-
torday's practice. The team which
the Illini will bring here Saturday
looks stronger than the Wolves,
and, as the hurling may not be
enough to stop the Indians, Fisher
is seeking to put more batting
punch into the lineup.
Fielding Drill Held.
Yesterday's lengthy fielding drill
should improve the ball handling
considerably for the encounter Sat-
urday. For more than an hour the
regulars were kept in the field while
the remainder of the squad cracked
out the offerings iof two substitute
hurlers: Ted Petoskey continued
his slugging of Tuesday's game
with several hard liners.
Considerable improvement was
shown in the fielding, especially
pleasing being the work of Norm
Daniels at second. The veteran in-
fielder handled m a n y chances
clearly, and on several attempts
made sparkling plays that elicted
praise from Coach Fisher.
Stan Waterbor occupied the hot
corner most of the session and pro-
duced some fielding gems that cut
off sure hits., Manuel was shifted
from first to short, where his play
was not particularly gratifying. He
seemed to have some difficulty in
becoming accustomed to the posi-
tion, his lack of speed allowing
many hits to go through him.
See Page 6
FOR THE
MILITARY BALL
FRIDAY THE 29th
AT THE UNION

Win Over Northwestern Outfit
Assures Them of Tie for
First Half of Race.
(Special to The Daily)
IOWA CITY, April 20.-A tie for
first in the Western conference
baseball standing will be at least
the position of the University of
Iowa team throughout the first
half of the season.
This was assured lest Friday
when the Hawkcyes defeated North-
western in the season's opining
conference game, thereby becoming
the first Iowa team in five years
to win the Big Ten diamond opener.
To Play Michigan Next.
Not until the Michigan game at
Iowa City May 6 will the Iowans
re-enter Big Ten competition, so it
will be impossible for the team to
lose its elevated place until then.
Meanwhile, Coach Otto H. Vogel's
smart nine, which whipped North-
western by timely hitting and in-
telligent baserunning, plays col-
legiate teams this week, Iowa State
Teachers at Cedar Falls Friday and
Carleton at Northfield, Minn., Sat-
urday.
Vogel Works on Pitchers.
Development of the pitchers to
a higher point of efficiency is
sought by the Iowa coach. Wil-
iam Ricke, veteran who handled
most of the Northwestern game,
displayed an alarming wobbliness
at intervals, although his mates
gave him perfect support in th-
field despite a steady drizzle which
made fielding hazardous.
What John Ingraham, Iowa'3
best pitcher during the past two
seasons, could do under conferenc i
fire is yet to be learned this ygar,

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tennis players around to top iorm
the earliest in years, chances for
a win over the strong Detroit Ten-
nis club team in the annual Wol-
verine-Detroit match Saturday look
biighter than they have in the past
few years.
Since the Detroiters last year
scored a triumph on rain soaked
courts, the Maize and Blue aggre-
gation, which will most ilkely be
composed of Captain Ryan, Clarke,
Pendell, Reindel, Clark and Snell,
will be out for a complete reversal
in the outcome.
I TENNIS PLAYERS

Are Well Conditioned.
* Indicna enters the meet as one of
the outstanding threats because of
the good early season condition of
the Hayesmen. The Crimson squad
swept thirough everything it en-
countered in indoor track. Coach
Hayes began outdoor work in earn-
est this week and the men worked
intensively in the Memorial stad-
ium regardless of rain, wind, and
cold weather.
Coach Dean's diamond team's on-
ly game for the week is against
Purdue Friday afternoon at Lafay-
ette in the first of a three game
series this season.

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Chicago..... 000 100 010- 2 5 4
Lucas and Manion; Malone, May,
Baeeht, Tinning and Hartnett.
N. Y. . ... 301 053 011-14 17 3
Philadelphia 002 000 120- 5 10 2
Mitchell and Hogan; Collins, Han-
sen, Bolen, Adams and V. Davis.
St. Louis ... 000 000 000- 0 3 3
Pittsburgh . 000 331 00*- 7 11 1
Hallahan, Lindsey, Dean and Wil-
son; Swetonic and Grace.
Only Games Scheduled.
TODAY'S HOME RUNS
Terry (2).................Giants
Jackson ...................Giants
Lindstrom................Giants
Ruth...................Yankees
Dickey...................Yankees
B~yrd................... YankeesI
Cochrane............... Yankees
McManus.................Red Sox
Mellilo....................Browns
F. Schulte...............Browns

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FRESHMAN NOTICE
There are eight free playing
memberships available for fresh-
man golfers at the University
course. Qualifying trials will
continue until Monday, April 25.
Anyone interested can obtain
further information at the club-
house, or from Coach Trueblood.

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