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VANQUISHED CONGRATULATESVICTOR ERDetroit Loses to Indians; O
[. MI IJ LI is oston 'Tops Senior Loop~
LoYankees Go on Batting Rampage AMERICAN LEAGUE
/-- to Defeat Philadelphia Cleveland ended the long Detroit
tPWokout in Stadium Featured winning streak yesterday by scor-
Athletics, 16-4. ing four runs in the last two in-
Etire Gr Squad. N IA-- nings to defeat the Tigers, 8 to 7.
s Entire Grid Squad. NATIONAL LEAGUE Earl Whitehill was relieved in the
-Boston Braves maintained their ninth by Bridges, who was credited
Coach Harry Kipkes two spring BBwith the defeat.
grid teams went through a regular hold on first pla in the National The Tigers scored four runs in
League yesterday by again taking the third on three hits and an
scnoonimmagtheSsdiumythrdyther- the measure of Brooklyn, 7 to 1. Indian error. One of the hits was
noon in the Stadium, with the Blue Seibold, Boston h u r e r, allowed a home run by Gehringer, scoring
eleven clearly outclassing the Yel- Davis and Johnson ahead of him.
low aggregation, holding the Yel-Brooklyn only six hits. Although defeated, the Tigers re-
Chicago and Cincinnati battled mained in first place, just a half
lows for no score while they crossed twelve innings before coming to a game ahead of Washington.
the goal innumerable times. On decision, Roger Hornsby's Cubs fin- The New York Yankees partici-
the whole the grid candidates turn- ally winning, 2 to 1, although out--' pated in an old-fashioned hitting
f.ed in a promising performance, get- hit by the Reds to 7 spree at the expense of four Phila
ig off several good plays.itt r a S delphia hurlers, winning 16 to 5.
Thngolsveriaemgtopltes. td Pittsourgh and St. Louis indulged I The Yankees collected six runs in
The Wolverine mentor alternated in a batting spree, the Pirates com- the first inning, one in the second,
r 'elevens sending in a different line- ing out on the long end of a 10 to four in the third, one in the fourth,
up for each side every twelve-min- 9 score. and four in the seventh. Ruth and
ute quarter. Herman Everhardus Chapman
- vAssociated Press Phoo BueChaepiman~diale---- contributed home runs
As_ drsho of the Blues turned in a creditable Brooklyn ... 000 000 001- 1 6 3 to the 14 Yankee hits.
Frank Wykoff (right), curly-haired University of Southern Califor- showing making several long runs Boston ......010 310 02x- 7 8 0 Washington climbed nearer to
nia sprinter and world 100-yard record-holder, is shown receiving and getting off some good punts. Batteries-Mungo, Thurston and first place by blanking the Red
congratulations from Bob Kiesel, University of California's sophomore Ford and Emling Look Good. Richards; Seibold and Hargrave. Sox, 5 to 0.
flash, just after Wykoff had nipped Kiesel by inches in a dual meet. I The center berths were well han- Newv York .. 0 20 000 002- 2 11 0 Detroit.....004 010 020- 7 10 3
----°- - -- --- - --died by Ford and Emling, fresh- !Philadelphia 004 210 00x- 7 12 21 Cleveland .. .200 200 031- 8 10 2
man aspirants for the pivot job, Batteries-Mooney, Walker, Gib- Batteries-Whitehill, Bridges, and
mwp look like they will give Ber- son, and Hogan; Hansen and V. Ruel, Hayworth; Ferrell and Sewell.
PLAY BY PLAY ACO k o the ine i Davis. Boston ......000000 000- 0 4 1
Ward, who i5 on the mjured lst St. Louis ... 000 313 020- 9 14 2 Washington. .100 000 13x- 5 12 0
-.-with a bad knee, a real battle r Pittsburgh .. 006 011 101-10 8 1 Batteries-Weiland and Connol-
FIRST INNING vinko's place behind the plate for Doe Morrison's old post. Ford was Batteries-Kolp, Johnson, Het- ly; Fischer and Berg.
Illinois-Gbur grounded out to Illinois. Art flied to Frink. Tomp- plenty fast on the field and both cher, Wysong, and Manion; War- Philadelphia 500 000 000- 5 11 1
Waterbor. Tryban walked. Frink kins singled to right. Diffley hit a he and Emling did a good job of neke and Hartnett. New York . .614 100 40x-16 14 1
lied out to Artz. Schustek singled grounder to second, but both run- passing the ball back, as well as Cincinnati 010 000 000 000- 1 9 3 Batteries-Walberg, Cain, De-
to center, Tryban stopping at sec- ners were safe on Gbur's error in breaking up opposition plays on Chicago .. 000 010 000 001- 2 7 0 shong, Krause and Cochrane, Hev-
ond. Steuernagel walked. Wahl an attempt to cath Tompkins. Su- the defense. Batteries-Carleton, Haines, Dean, ing; Rhodes, Andrews and Dickey.
popped to Manuel. No runs, one hit. perko struck out. Daniels grounded Captain Ivan Williamson and and Mancuso; Brame, Swift, and Chicago . . ..000 003 030- 6 10 2
Michigan-Ferguson singled to to short, all runners being, safe on Willis Ward held down the end Grace. St. Louis . . . .310 304 00x-11 14 1
right. Waterbor laid down a sacri- a failure to cover second. Manuel postsn the initial Blue eleven, -- ------- Batteries-Frasier, McKain, Bam-
ice bunt, sending Ferguson to sec- struck out. No runs, two hits, one with Purdom and McGuire at the I I her, Moore and Grube, Tate; Blae
nnd ArtE ,strik out. Tomnkins error. +. . . -. ISTANDINGS holder and Ferrell.

SEVENTh INNING
Illinois-Schustek/ grounded out
to Waterbor. Steuernagel groundedl
out the same way. Wahl grounded
to McNeal. No runs, no hits.
Michigan-McNeal singled to left
center. Ferguson flied out to Gbur.
Waterbor struck out. Artz singled,
over short, McNeal stopping at sec-'
ond. Tompkins hit a Texas leaguer;
over second, McNeal scoring, and
Tompkins taking second on Frink's
error. Diffley fanned. One run,
three hitA, one error.
EIGHTH INNING
Illinois-Mills, batting for Yule,
grounded to Waterbor. Waterbor
made a beautiful stop of Toncoff's
grounder. Wrobke grounded to
Manuel. No runs, no hits.
Michigan-Mills replaced Yule at
first for Illinois. Superko popped to
Wahl. Daniels flied to Schustek.
Manuel fanned. No runs, no hits.
NINTH INNING
Illinois-Gbur grounded to Su-
perko. Tryban hit a Texas leaguer
over short. Frink forced Tryban at
second, Superko to Daniels. Schus-
tek grounded out to Superko. No
runs, one hit.
MIchigan Hits Timely,
D-feats Illinois, 4 to 1
(Continued from Page 1)
end inning the Wolverine third
stcker poled a mighty wallop be-
tween right and center clear to the
tennis courts, but in circling the
U ases neglected to touch third and
was automatically out. u
Captain Eddie Tryban and Frink
were the main cogs in the Illini at-
tack, the former getting three hits
and a base on balls in five trips to
the plate. In his fifth attempt he
struck out for McNeal's only victim
of the day.
Wrobke either had the Wolver-
ines popping high flies or striking
out all afternoon, the Illinois first
baseman only getting four putouts.
If you write, we have it.
Correspondence S tionery,
Fountain Pens, Ink, etc.
Typewriters all mkes.
Greeting Curds for evrbody.
0. D. M 0 R RIL L,
3'4 S. State St., Ann Arbor.

tackles. rFord, Cantrillana mar-
covskey were in the center of the
line. Newman, Fay, Everhardus
and Westover composed the back-
field.
Schea Shows Up Strong.
On the original Yellow team
Schea and Kelly paired at the,
flank positions. Schea. who has
been a member of the Varsity squad
for two seasons, turned in a good
account of himself, breaking in on
numerous occasions to bust up the
Blue attack. Hildebrand and Jacob-
son looked good at the tackle bcarths.
In the backfield Regeczl and Zen-
dian made a strong showing.
Everhardus start d the touch-
down spree for the -Blues with a
sweeping run around his right end
from the 15-yard line to the two-
yard marker. On the next play the
runner took the ball outside, and
then Everhardus went through the
line for the score. Newman chalk-
ed up the next counter a few min-
utes later in the opening quarter
after skirting around end for 35
ya rds. He also made the extra point
after touchdown. After these two
counters the Blues had no difficulty
in rolling up an incalculable sccre.
H a r r y Stinespring, diminutive
back, also looked especially good
for the Blues getting away for some
nice gains. On one play he broke
away for about 65 yards only to be
called back, the official claiming he
had just stepped outside. Stine-
spring also made a lucky snare of
one of Newman's passes over the
goal line.

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