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THE CHIGAN DAILY

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FRIDAY; APRIL 291932

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State Teachers

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ty' Neigenfind Is Expected
to Start oni Mound1 foi
Ka.lam-zco Outfit.

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Upset St ar, Over-~1AEl~ SSE
BgTime Baseballrn
Back to Norma Q~[i rrruc
By Fred A. Reber
Vines Dcfeats iht$-f, 36
Although upsets marked the first ,6-4, 6,6.;f~i on Dow-ns
w eek' > play in the. Amnerican and Ra'vlcg - ccSes
Nahtional Leagues b g time lasebal __
has largely dropped back 0 nor-* America's yovi;t ai~ nta
malty. setcat
In the senior loop, Chicago, by swnge t cug he p in g day .
virue f tmey httigandstedyI zone play aga.inst Canada 'to take ra
a2urlie; has reached the top rung ?commanding lead in the q ez.

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Short

'ES SEEK REVENGE
terbor Will Be Back at
t-stop; Superko Will !
ole Down Thid.

$Y Sbhe~don C. Eullerton
fAppate-_(tly cont',ent to remain
sigh and dry in first place in the
Vestern Conference baseball stand-
rigs over the week-end, Michigan's
>aeball team will face Western
,tate 'Teahers College on -Ferry
'fil at 4:05 o'clock this afternoon.
ither southpaw "Lefty" McI~ay or
he right handed Harley McNeal
Al draw the hurling assignment
.inst the visiting team, which
an~ks among the best college nines
a. the entire state.
In. all probability the, Wolverines
i2l be . opposed by a left handed
curler for the Hilltoppers, as either
Lefty" Neigenfind or Fred Black,,
oth of them portsiders, will prob-
bly toe the rubber for the West-1
rn State nine. F~ast year Nelsren-
nd proved to be onie of the hard-
st pitchers that the Maize and
Clue were called upon to face dur-
ag the entire year and both he
nid Black, both seniors withi two
ears of experience behind them,
ave proved, plenty hard to beat in
hir appearances so far this year.
Shift Outfield.
With Art Superko back at his old
amping ground at third base and
tke Diffley back behind the bat,
he Michigan lineup that will take
he field this afternoon. will be
rkctically the same nine men that.
aced Illinois last week. Only two
hanges have been, made, Gene
raenclle and Ted Petoskey going,
the outfield in place of Ferguison1
nd Artz with a left-hander on the,
sound for ,the opposition.
Stan, Waterbar, the sensational
)phofnore shortstop who fielded so
riliantly in the Illini clash, will be
a k at his old spot in today's game.
tatefbor has been playing 'thirdi
as° all week, in the place 'of Su-
erko, who has been out of practice
,ith a bad cold. In his first Con- i
rence game last week Waterbor
'cked the part of a sensational de-
unsive player, scooping up seven
rounders and handling three put-
ufs without the slighest semblance
r an error.
Wistert to Get Chance.
Norm Daniels and the light hit-1
igKenny Manuel will make up the"
:mtainder of the infield, although
is almost certain, that Frances;
ristert will see servica during part
fthe game on the initial sack."
lauel is a steady man on the de-
arse. but his batting both fast year
rid this has been light.
Wester.i State. has played four
ames to date, !Coach Judson Hy-
res men winning three and drop-
fig one. They opened the season
(Continued on Page 7} 1
PROBABLE LINEUPS1
lchigan Western State i
uperko, 3b' Berkhouen, ss
atefbor, ss Woods or
omipkins, cf Tanna, 2b
iffley, c Decker, ef
mendle, if Denner, 3b;
aniels& 2b Thomas, c1
etoskey, rf Johnson01, lb
Canel, 11b Koch, IfI
[Kay, or Quiring, rf]
,cNeal, p Neigenfind, Black,
or Phelps, p

4X a ~Coac(h Cha-,hIe kH'yt, Managr s
{ } V s .ave Louis. Trainer .1tva 0~v
0 iidyf.scrday ..:ftornoon for
.:-q ~ies wh re they v l feid¢
-v al running' o the Drakere
>r Y dcr- o tt .wRhe nd 1-7, en bo
I - ~~~~~~~~fho ichigan mee- entered in the -,. :::: >:> :
~s~, Turner , pGdingy, Ellerby L-
n7 e i2, caeW aie Ca ptnr, E d Rus- hAssociated Press Photo
Hill, Brooks, C ox, Egleston, Rhea Irwin Uteritz, former athletic star!
Ralh 'Re" Kess rgj~ar hid bsean or eS .Lou rrowsand Hazen. These men have a most at the University 9f Michigan andi
Ralp ;£ed ress repla thrd bsemn fr th t rowsr;enviab~le record to defend as last
whowastraed o te Cicgo hit So fo Ir,'rig"su pa 1?ad yyear the Woclverines entered three namc4 director of intercollegiatei
a pitchier, a~nd Bruce Campbell, an outfielder. Kress is joining the WhJte relay teams and all three of the athletics at Wisconsin more thanj
Sox in Cleveland. Kress was one of the Browns' leadling hitt'-'' a quartets came through with a f o ui a months ago, was recently'
year. ' victory. transferred from his position to that

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of assistant football coach, his fo -j

RYN, GLLRKE TO
BATTLt f0R PLC

Ct~ribs Trounce Cards;a
NATIONAL LEAGUE
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Michigan's mile foursome is thre nier post, under Coach Clarence,
most formidable in the laid-West pasUetzashetrqa-
and should have little difficulty in Spas teizashetrqu-
ccnilng through for a Milchigan erback of MichiganZ's 1022 football
wi. Ellerby, DeBaker, Turner and machine, and -sparkled on the dlia-
Russell compose the Wolverine. mond squad.
quartet.
The improvement showvn, by Brxowns Take Detroit
Raven in tossing the Javelinr and
the mnarked change in Rhea's broad- frClos Contest, 5-4

A

Match This Afternoon Will
Held to Decide First
Ranking Position.

Be

Colby Ryan, Wolverine tennis'
captain, and Bob Clarke, at present
number one and two respectively
I in the va)rsity rankings, will battle
it out this 'afternoon to determine
the player who will take the num-
ber one posit in the important
match with {Michigan State tomor-
row afternoon on the Spartan
courts.
Ryan has played at number one
in the first two matches this spring,
but the excellent showing of Clarke
against McNaughton, Nor mal star,
in Wednesday's match, necessitated
the conflict between: the two to de-
termine the ranking player.
Two other matches are carded
fors. todcay to determine final line-
up of the team. Johnny Reindel
and Dick Snell will battle it out
for the third position and Rollin
Clar1k and Hank Pendell will meet
to determine number five place.
The Wolverine netteirs displayed
some fin~e and also lsome spotty ten-_
nis in the opeoning home match '
with the weak Hurons. The perfor-
mances of Clarke and Reindel in
winning their matches being par-
ticularly gratifying. Frank Arnold, I
who lost 'to Reindel in straight sets,
is an excellent player, his tri~cky
assortment of strokes baffling most
of his opponents, but the stocky
Wolverine set him down with com-
parative ease.
Changes will probably take plc ce,
in the doubles line-up. Ryan and
Clarke, whio lost 'the only -match
against Yps-Ai in the doubles,_do not
pair up well1 together and compris,
a cox,;arati4' ,y wea k team al-;
though theiy roank the top pair c7:.
the squad. Coach Johnstone ex-
pects to experi'ment further today
in an effort to hit upon the best
combination.!
Next Satu.,i ay, the /Wolverines
journey to Ka~lmazoo where they,
will engage in a matelh with West-
ern8i Sateo Teaschers College, one of
the best colle giate teams in the
mld-west.~ Oriinially, a match was
scheduled with Illinois on the Ferry
Field courts, but the Illini have
been forced tc cancel the match
due to lack of finances.

fSt. Louis.....000 015 001 7 12
Chicago .......000 510 60x 12 13
St. Louis: Dean and Wilson.
Chicago: Smith and Hartnett.
New York at Boston--.Cold.
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Cincinnati .....020 401 000 7 1?
Pittsburgh .....012 000 021, 6 L
Cincinnati: Kelp and Manion.
Pittsburgh: French and Gr~ce.
Brooklyn ......106 000-(031 '10 ).1
Philadelphia ... 100 000 001 5,17)
Brooklyn: Phillips and Lopez.
Philadelphia: Holley and 1T,,
Curdy.

Jumping inad Hoyt /dcide to takec
I the meii along. In addition to the{
twio-mile and 880-yhard relay teams
E the Michigan mentor is also entor-
ir ig Brooks~ in the shot, Cox in the
jhammer throw, Hill in the two-mile'
run, and Egleston in the high
hutoi des Wolfe, Lemen, Eknovich
and Turner make up the two-mile
1quartet; and Ellerby, Glading, De-
1 Baker and Russell are the foursome
'> t 11ining the 880.

AMERICAN LEAGUE

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Detroit.......004 000 000 4 11 0
St. Louis......020 300 00x 5 9 4
Detroit: Wyatt, Herring, .Gold-
stein, and Ruel, Hayworth.
St. Louis: Blaeholder and Ferrell.
Athletics ......001 110 100 4 10 2
Washington ... 031 003 30x 10 14 1
Philadelphia: Walberg and Hev-E

)1.hog t~eyare pushed hard by
ae Bsto Braes.Roger" Horns-
ey has a smooth infibld working as
the keynote of the Cuab defense, and.
..lthough Woody English has been,
.cut of the game Jurges and. Eernian
.re conrIng thr~ough i great shape.
The Braves have started off the
season with. a bang, reminiscent of
their opening in 1931. The infield,
which has been revamped is play-
ing smooth baseball while Worth-
ington, Schulmerich and Berger
have given the team a hard hitting
outfield. Oscar Eckhardt threat-
cn1s to displace Worthington how*
over.
(Philadelphia is showing a abetter
team than they put on the. field a
y~ear ago. Pitcher Ed H{olley, s~e-
cu red from the American Associa-
tion has been ,- bg factor in their
success. John Mc~raw's New York
:Giants are picking utp after a slow
start but the pitching has not been
as effective as the dopesters, had
expected.w
Down in Pittsburgh the. play of
1. a Suhr, who is finally justifying
his purchase two years ago,, has
doiie much to raise the morale of
the Pirates. Brooklyn looks uncer-
tain and although the trade with
Cincinnati has benefitted their in-
field, the outer defense looks, as bad
as ever.
The Redlegs, under.the leader.-
ship of Dan Howley, look like a
stronger group than last season's
ball tossers. The hitting is un-
certain but Si Johnson and Fredl
Lucas have done some real hurling.1
But Care
Enjoy a week n4d of rest an~d
recreation'ast Dearborn Inn. Thi
real New England Inn. is wniqsue ,'
by reason of its Early Am~erican
architecture, splendid food and
old-fashioned hospitality. You'll
enjoy your me.als in the Early
American Dining Ron- your
hours of lon , deep steep in one
of the 108 individual Colonial
bedrooms. Golf, tennis aind rid.
ing facilities nearby. Colonial
Lounge for Bridge, Recreatioft
Room for ping-pon and other
indoor am~setnens, and the
tiled roof .promenadte for strolls
without leaving the Inn, Muicj
during hmnch and :dinner periods
bythe Dearborn Inn Trio.
'hone Dearborn 1810 for spe-
cial week-end rates.
Ample parking space and garage.
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ppsseosion of the is oriscucp, 2
matches to {0.
Wilmer Allison of Texa s op en e :
the day's mnatches by xov ihnin
easily over Marclaiiie O'
adian No. 1 player,i sright Se,
6-2, 6-4, 6-4. Paigtesm
brand of tennis that h,., ason ,h~irnl
five championsh!ips thlis spr,th
blond 'Texan iwas nt. textended to
defeat the young- French -Canadiani.
Dr. Jack Wigtsurpised th)
large gallery by carrying Eliswoi'thi
Vines, national chamionix, IV)p five
bitter sets befor~e ?csing 0)to th&'
terrific drives of the United Statue's
No. 1 player, 8-6, 3-6, G-4, , 6-2.
Vines repeatedly, brought gasps
from the spectators by,,the-,cappYal-
ing speed of his r eh^ad Cdr3e,
but was erratic throughout. One.
terrific smash broke a - strin.g in his
racqu~et. It. was Wright's fine de-
fensive play that enabled him to ex-.
tend :the california youingster.
IPlay will continue through today
and itomorrow with Allison and
John Van ftyn pairing in the
doubles this afternoo n against an
unnamed Canadian team.. With a
commanding lead of 2-0, the Amer-
icans need to, win only one of the
three remaining matches.
I
Fn Fad~y a nd Saturday
En~dsO r
I Reorganization _

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Minnesota at Purxue
Wisconsin at Chicag
SIndiana at Ohio ?f:te'
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and ether loading mid western' Chicago: Carra~ay and Grube.
schools will be represented in this~ Cleveland;, Harder 'and Pytlak.
great classic. Winners in the Kain-
sas relays of a. week ago will be out Boston ........010 000 000 1 10 1
strc ng in an endeavor to repeat. New York .....101. 010 02x 5 10.0
ainthis week. Boston: MacFayden and Berry.
P .cliinar~es in the majority of New York: Gomez and Dickey.
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