TURDAY, APRIL 0, 1932
rURDAY, APRIL 30, 1932 PJII~ MIChIGAN DATLY PAGE TUE
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Wolverine Golf Team to
eet Purdue Here Today
BOI LERM AK(ERS AR E
FIRST BIGTEN FOE
Trueblood Will Start Two Vets
and Two Sophomores Againstj
Jolly May Gain Place by Virtue
of Par-Shattering 71 Carded
in Practice Yesterday.
Two veterans and two sophomores
will compose the team that Varsity
golf coach Thomas Trueblood will
send against Purdue in the opening
dual meet of the Big Ten season
this morning at the University
Capt. Jack Lenfesty and Johnny
Fischer will compose the number
one doubles team for the morning
foursomes. Unless Trueblood chang-
es his mind at the last moment, J
Johnny Howard and Eddie Dayton
will pair together in the second
Jolly Under Par.
Trueblood announced his team
before he had received news of the
par-shattering round turned in by
Alex Jolly yesterday. Jolly's 71 is
the lowest score recorded by a
member of the Varsity this season.
Inasmuch as he demonstrated that
/he is distinctly on his game, there
is a possibility that he may get the
call instead of Dayton.
The Boilermaker squad accom-
panied by Coach Jack Bixler arriv-
ed in Ann Arbor yesterday after-
noon in time to make a preliminary
tour of the course. They were able
to get in 14 holes before darkness
caused a halt in the proceedings.
Bixler will start three veterans
and a newcomer in the morning
foursomes. Bassett and Young will
probably compose the number one
combination, while Rousseau and
Dinka will play number two.
Match Starts at 9 O'clock.
The first foursome match is sched
uled to leave the first tee at 9
o'clock sharp, with the afternoon
singles carded for 1:15 o'clock.
The lineup forthe singles will be
substantially the same as for the
morning matches. There is a pos-
sibility that a few substitutions will
be made, however.. The pairings for
the singles have not been announc-
ed, but It is highly probable that
Fischer and Bassett will provide the
With both s c h o o1 s boasting
stronger teams than last year, the
match should be close. Last year's
encounter ended in a 9-9 deadlock.
ON AERIAL ATTACK
Working out for three hours un-
der a sweltering sun, the varsity
was given its final practice before
the weekly scrimmage yesterday
afternoon. About half of the time
was spent in trying to polish off
the passing attack which wii pro~-
ably again be Michigan's main
threat in the coming campaign.
Russ Oliver and Herm Everhar-
dus did most of the passing, in the
absence of Harry Newman, and did
a good job of it. The receivers
however were weak with a few ex-
ceptions, Harry Stinespring, and
Pete Palmeroli making some nice
The last part of the practice was
spent in dummy scrimmage and
running through the plays. With
the absence of Chuck Bernard for
the rest of the spring practice as-
surred, CoachKipke is :trying sev-
eral other prospects and has them
working out in order to strengthen
the line. Everhardus and Louis
Westover did some nice open field
running during the dummy scrim-
mage, sometimes breaking away for
long runs behind good interference.
Coaci Harry Kipke announced
that there will be another scrim-
mage at the stadium this afternoon
at 2:30 P. M. Which will be the semi-
final scrimmage of the spring sea-
son, the final session being sched-
uled for May 7.
Cy Droubay is the chattering "Artr
Shires" of the Cleveland baseball
CHALLENGES AMERICAN DRIVERS
IMICHIGA N NETMENi'
Captain Ryan Turns Back Clarke
for First Ranking Position;
Squad Goes to Lansing.
Michigan's varsity netmen will,
leave this morning for East Lans-
ing, where they will tackle Michi-
gan State's varsity this afternoon.
The Wolves are set and primed for
the match, which will probably b
not much is known concerning the
relative merits of the Spartans,
!Michigan will enter the fray ac-
corded a decided edge.
Ystord n afternoon s workout
lt-B Wolverines was featured by
two exhibitions of excellent tennis,
when Colby Ryan, captain of the
Maize and Blue squad, successfully
sdefended his number one ranking
position against the determined on-
4 slaught of Bob Clarke, ranking at
number two. Hank Pendell, at num-
ber five, turned back Rollin Clark
in two sets without a great deal of
Ray Courtright Ties
Golf Course Record
Coach Ray Courtright yester-
day tied the record for the Uni-
versity Golf course by turning in
a brilhant 68, four under par.
His 31 for the first nine is the
iowcst ever recorded. A bad six
on the par four fifteenth cost
him a chance for a new recor.,
Courtright's performance t i e d
the mark set by Johnny Fischer
He was playing with Alex Jolly,
a member of the Varsity golf'
team when he turned in his re-
markable card. Jolly shot a 71,
one under par, the lowest record-
ed by a member of the Varsity
this season. Courtright's card
Out-444 423 4 .31.
In--453 436 444-37-68.
WILL CLASH TODAY
B' Team Netmen to Meet Ten-
nis Squad From City College
on Ferry Field Courts.
Michigan's 'B' or sub-varsity ten-
nis team will go into action on the
home courts at Ferry field this af-
ternoon, when the Maize and Blue
netmen will cross racquets with a
strong group from Detroit City Col-
lege. The match is scheduled to
start at 2:30 and will be played on
varsity courts, numbered 15 and 16.
Players Need Experience.
A second team of Michigan ten-
nis players was made possible this
season by a conference ruling which
limits the number of men that may
United States advanced to
the second round of the Ameri-
can Zone Davis cup play yes-
terday when Wilmer Allison
and John Van Ryn used their
hard driving game to advant-
age, defeating Dr. Jack Wright
and Marcel Rainville, the Cana-
d an pair, in straight sets, 6-2,
Despite the v ctoiy in the de-
ciding match, the final singles
matches will be played today.
High School Coaches
to Con vete Here Soon
A*sa*n1tpd Prt1?s iwa
The automobile speed king of South America, Juan Guadino, is
shown at the wheel of the spec-al racer he will drive against speed
drivers of the United States in the annual Indianapolis race Memoria
PLAY BY PLAY ACCOUNT OF GAME
Spectators Enjoy Match.
The Ryan-Clarke set-to went to
three sets, and a small gallery was
intensely interested throughout a4
Western State-Berkhousen foul-
ed to Manuel. Waterbor tossed out
Woods. Decker grounded to Water-
bor. No runs, no hits.
Michigan-Superko singled over
first. Waterbor singled to right, Su-
perko stopping at second. Tomp-
kins forced Waterbor at second, Su-
perko taking third. Thompkins stole
second and when Thomas threw
wide to second, Superko scored.
Diffley fouled to Denner. Braendle
went out, Johnson to Neigenfind.
One run, two hits, one error.
Western State -Denner struck
out. Thomas walked. Johnson foul-
ed out to diffley, Thomas taking
second ahead of Diffley's throw.
Koch singled over second, scoring
Thomas. Quiring singled to second,
Petoskey's throw in to Superko
catching Koch at third. One run,
Michigan-Daniels rolled to John-
son. Petoskey f a n n e d, Manuel
struck out. No runs, no hits.
Western State-Neigenfind rolled
to Waterbor. Berkhousen flied to'
Petoskey. Woods grounded to Dan-
iels. No runs, no hits.
Michigan-Wistert fanned. Su-
perko rolled to Donner. Waterbor
walked. Tompkins popped to Woods.
No runs, no hits.
Western State-Decker fouled to
Diffley. Denner walked. Denner
took second on a wild pitch. Thom-
as flied to Tompkins, Denner tak-
ing third after the catch. Johnson
walked. Koch popped to Waterbor.
No runs, no hits.
Michigan-Diffley flied to Koch.
Woods threw out Braendle. Daniels
singled to left. Petoskey forced Dan-
iels at second. No runs, one hit.
Western State-Quiring flied out
to Waterbor. Neigenfind singled to
left center. Berkhousen walked,
Neigenfind going to second. Woods
was hit by a pitched ball, filling the
bases. Decker forced Neigenfind at
home, Daniels to !Diffley. Denner
singled to left, scoring Berkl ousen
and Woods, Decker taking second.
Thomas singled to left, scoring
Decker, and Thomas took second
'on Braendle's error. Johnson singl-
ed to short, scoring Denner, Thom-
as taking third. Koch walked. Mc-
Neal replaced Wistert on the mound
for Michigan. Quiring forced Koch
at second, Daniels to Wateraor.
Four runs, four hits, one error.
Michigan-Manuel flied to Koch.
McNeil popped to Woods. Superko
singled over second. Waterbor flied
to Koch. No runs, one hit.
Western State-Neigenfind flied
to Petoskey. Berkhousen flied to
Braendle. Woods popped to Dan-
iels. No runs, no hits.
Michigan-Tompkins grounded to
Woods. Diffley flied to Koch. Braen-
dle took first on Wood's error. Dan-
iels popped to Koch. No runs, no
hits, one error.
Western State - Decker flied to
Tompkins. Denner also flied to
Tompkins. Tompkins took Thom-
as' fly. No runs no hits.
Michigan -P etoskey singled to
short. Manuel fanned. M.Neal
struck out. Superko flied to ;pch.
No runs, one hit.
Western State-Johnson walked.
Koch sacrificed, Johnson taking
second. Quiring flied to Braendle.
Neigenfind flied to Waterbor. No
runs, no hits.
M i c I i ga n-Waterbor flied to
Quiring. Tompkins fanned. Diffley
flied to Quiring. No runs, no hits.
Western State-Berkhousen pop-
ped to Waterbor. Woods was called
out on strikes. Decker singled
through the box. Denner flied to
Tompkins. No runs, one hits.
M i c h i g a n-Braendle rolled to
Woods. Daniels flied to Denner.
Petoskey flied out to Decker. No
runs, no hits.
very good match. Ryan took the
first set at 6-2 without a great deal
of trouble. Then the tide turned,
and Clarke broke through Ryan's
service at three all in the second
set, and ran it out at 6-4. Ryan,
however, came through in the third
set to route Clarke, 6-1.
The match was an interesting
study in contrasting styles of ten-
nis. Ryan depended very largely on
his net game, and on that point his
court strategy was nearly faultless.
Clarke took the net fairly often,
but the lanky captain was able to
pass him quite frequently. Both
contestants were fairly accurate,
but it could be plainly seen that
both were suffering from nerves to
a certain extent.
Reindel Defeats Snell.
Johnny Reindel took the third
ranking place late Thursday after-
noon, when he set down Dick Snell.
Reindel has shown greatly improv-
ed form this season to date, and he
demonstrated his ability thoroughly
in defeating Snell. Another feature
match won by Reindel this season
was his victory over Donovan, of
the Detroit Tennis Club. The score
of the Pendell-Clark match was
7-5, 6-4. Rollin Clairk was appar-
ently slightly off his game as the
result of a late start this season.
Boston ......000 050 101- 7 8 1
New York . .222 020 00x- 8 9 4
Batteries-Russell, Moore, Weil-
and, Donahue and Berry, Connolly;
Andrews and Dickey.
Phila. .......000 001 000- 1 5 0
Wash. ......000 110 00x- 2 7 0
Batteries-Earnshaw and Coch-
rane; Weaver and Berg.
Chicago ....100 211 000- 5 11 0
Cleveland . . .030 000 31x- 7 13 1
Batteries -- Faber and Grube;
Hudlin, Connally and Myatt.
Detroit at St. Louis, rain.
be retained on the Varsity roster.
As the first team is largely compos-
ed of seniors, Dick Snell being the
only regular who is not"graduating
this year, it is necessary to have aI
second squad in order to bring out
the talents of the younger men,
The 'B' Squad is seeking to keep
the Michigan record clear on the
home courts. The Wolverines were
defeated by the Detroit Tennis club
on the latter's grounds last Satur-
day 11 to 10, but won their initial
victory on Wednesday when they
defeated the Michigan State Nor-
mal team, by the decisive score of
8 to 1. This is the only match that
has been played on the local courts
so far this season. The varsity squad
is facing the Michigan State rac-
queteers at East Lansing this af-
Composed of Sophomores.
The team that Coach Johnstone
will present this afternoon will be
entirely composed of sophomores.
Six singles matches will be played
with Appelt, Nisen, Baldwin, San-
duskey, Corey and Root playing in
the order named.
The remaining three matches will
be in the doubles, Coach Johnstone
planning to allow the entire per-
sonnel of the squad to have a
chance at the Tartars. The last five
men on the ranking list, and Root
of the first six will make up the
doubles combination. Muzzy and
Root will pair together as the num-
ber one team, Renihan and Waring
at number two, and Schnep and
Durand as the last pair.
More than 500 high school ath-
letic coaches and captains from ail
parts of the state are expected to
attend the Michigan Athletic as-
sociation's open house conducted
by Coach Harry C. Kipke of the
Wolverine football team on Satur-
day, May 7.
The session will begin at 10 a. m.
with a two-hour football rules dem-
onstration by Kipke, Director Field-
ing H. Yost and the Varsity football
squad on old Ferry field. Following
this the coaches and captains will
attend a luncheon at the Michigan
In the afternoon the program
consists of the track meet with
Illinois and the final spring prac-
tice football game.
YESTERDAY'S HOME RUNS
. . .................Indians
. ............ . . Phillies
.................. . P hillies
New York ...200 010 000- 3 6 5
Boston......200 122 Olx- 8 12 2
Batteries - Schumacher, Luque
and Hogan; Betts and Spohrer.
Brooklyn ....002 040 000- 6 14 1
Phila. ......170 300 20x-13 13 0
Batteries - Mungo, Heimach,
Moore and Lopez; Benge and Mc-
Cincinnati . .302 100 000- 6 7 0
Pittsburgh . .003 000 010- 4 13 2
Batteries - Rixey and Manion;
Brame, Swift, Spencer and Grace.
St. Louis at Chicago, rain.
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Waterbor, ss...... 3
Tonmpkins, of .... 4
Diffley, c ........ 4
Braendle, if..... 4
Daniels, 2b .......4
Manuel, lb . , .... 3
Wistert, p........ 1
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ANN ARBOR WAS A CITY OF 7,370 PEOPLE
THE UNIVERSITY HAD 1,112 STUDENTS, 33
.33 1 5 27 8 1!
Score by innings:
Western State .. 010 040 000- 5
Michigan ........100 000 000-- 1
Stolen base-Tompkins, sacrifice
hit, Koch. Struck out by Neigenfind
6; by Wistert 1; by McNeal 1. Bases
on balls off Wistert 5; off Neigen-
find 1; off McNeal 1. lilt by pitcher.
By Wistert (Woods). Wild pitch,
Wistert. Hits, off Wistert 6 in 4 2-3
innim'gs; off McNeal 1 in 4 1-3 in-
nings. Left on bases, Western State
6, Michigan 5. Umpire-Lavan.
Back in 1869, when the Ann Arbor Savings Bank was organized,
the City and the University boasted their size. Many of those
people did their banking with this newly founded institution.
Today, we find the University, the City, and the bank have grown,
and each holds prominence in its particular field of public service.
And today, as in 1869, everyone in Ann Arbor will find here a
sincere desire to serve their banking requirements.
Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Main Street at Huron
North University Avenue
If Top Flight, the C. V. Whitney
entry, succeeds in copping the Ken-
tucky Derby this year, she will be
the second filly to turn the trick.
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