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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

Varsity

Nine

Will

Meet

Tokio

University

Toda

1ISTERT TO START
CONTEST ON MOUND
Japanese Boast Good Defensive
Aggregation; Fisher Adds
to Batting Power.
St. Paul's University of Tokio,
Japan, will oppose Coach Ray Fish-
er's baseball nine this afternoon on
Ferry Field, starting at 4 o'clock.
The Japanese nine fell to Ohio
State last Monday 2 to 1 but are
expected to provide stiff opposi-
tion for the Wolverine diamod
team.
Coach Fisher said after yester-
day's game that he will start Wist-
ert today and will also pitch Trav-
erse some and if these two pitchers
cannot hold the Japanese in check
he will also use Menefee. Tompkins'
was originally slated for the mound'
duty today, but as he was used in
yesterday's game Coach Fisher has
been forced to change his pitching
choice.
Artz in Outfield.
Coach Fisher will start Artz,
Ferguson, and Petoskey in the out-
field. His regular infield of Manuel,
Daniels, Waterbor, and Superko,
with Diffley behind the bat will
also start.
The Japanese nine has not been
hitting on their American trip but
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Tennis, baseball, horseshoe,
and track participants intend-
ing to use Ferry Field on days
of baseball games must have
their identification card and
coupon book.
Intramural Department.
may start this afternoon. The for-
eigners depend on defense and
pitching to hold their opposition in
check. They have developed one of
the best defensive fiine that Fisher
expects to meet this season. They
are fast on the bases and Mike
Diffley expects his hardest day with
frequent pegs at the bags. Traverse
and Wistert have been instructed
to keep the runners close to the
bag, but even so the Japanese are
expected to steal some bases. {
Offense Strengthened. I
With the hard-hitting Artz in
the outfield Fisher has strengthen-
ed his batting power for today's
game. Ferguson and Petoskey have
not been hitting as good in the
games as in practice but they will
start today.
The St. Paul's team has several
colorful performers including their
own Babe Ruth and Pepper Martin.
Their stick-work is their weakest
division but they may surprise the
fans with timely base hits.
PLAN TOURNEY IN
FACULTY BALL
Eight Squads Will Begin Action;
Have Seven Games Each.

TO UPHOLD UNITED STATES' HOPES AGAINST MEXICO

VARSITY LIN'KSMEN '
MEET BETROlTERS
Match Will Be Held Today Over

Illinois Track Squad j
to Invade Ann .Arbor'
Gill's Team Weaker Than in
Past Few Seasons.
by Johni W. Townsend

University Course; Fischer I Coach Gill and the Illinois thin-
Cards 69 in Practice. clads will invade the sanctum of
the Wolverines this Saturday to do
Desitethefac tat e wll otbattle with the Maize and Blue in
Despite the fact that he will not their traditional annual meeting.
compete in this afternoon's match 'This year the struggle will take on
with Detroit City College, Johnny a little different aspect than it has
Fischer, brilliant Wolverine sopho- in former seasons as the Illini do
more, breezed around the Univer- not boast the strength that they
sity course yesterday in a brilliant o)nce did.
169,thre undr pa. In the encounters of the past
6, three under par. ew years the tw< rival teams
Fischer's card was a single shot have been 11retty evenly bal-
back of the course record held anced and the outcome has
jointly by himself and Coach Ray I always been in doubt until the
Courtright. A four footer on the final reckonings. A year ago
on the the Wolverines journeyed to
ninth and a three footer Champaign where sweeping to
home green that failed to drop victories in every race except
robbed him of his chance for a new the low hurdles, 4they defeated
mark. Illinois W to 6 2-3.

Associated Press fPhot
Mmtnibers of the United States Davis cup team who defeated Canada in the opening round of the
ican zone matches, 5-0. Left to right: John Van Ryn, Wilmer Allison, Frank Shields and Ellsworth
These same four youngsters will meet Mexico, May 13 -15, in the second round of the American play.
- - ~ .

Amer-
Vines.
TOP

SLATER STARTS TO
GOTHAM FORH BOUTS
National Amateur Championshi:
Draws 200 Fighters; Stiff
Competition Foreseen.
Yale, Princeton, Northwesterr
Institute of Boston, and Rice Insti-
tute have entries in the Nationa
Amateur Championships in Madi-
son Square Garden tonight that
will vie for heavyweight honor;
with Michigan's Jowk Slater Whc
has nev'r been Ly aten.
Ig1 Irish ,Jolmii lileul ;n, son o
a weal thy con t(a t4 of New Yorl
and tackle on Yale's Fotball tean
is the favorite of the lot, accordini
to advance dope from New York
John Rutherfurd, aL, a tackle, o
Princeton, is anoter top-notel
heavy. Joe Uzdavin is, huge loser tf
Rutlhwfnrd i the National Junior
in P8o1 n, AprJ 5, and Jimmy De
of RWee, an' th( ('ontestants for th(
title that Jack Slater has set hi
heat f it
With an Olympic berth in sight
Siater h ts kept in first class condi
tion all winter for these boubt
Michigans1 guitar-playing, lard
itting lheavyweight led a delega
tion of eight Michigan A.A.U. box
ing titleholders to New York Moin
day. More than 200 fighters ar
entered in the Amateur Champion
ships from all parits of the country

w olverine-SpartaI
Contest Ends WithI

Teams

- !
/g

3-3

Tie l

route for the Spartans, but was ob-M
viously tiring at the end.
Just 'because Griffin could noti
field as well as he could pitch, the
Wolverines were able to earn their
(Continued- from Page 1)
tie. Two errorsb by the Sp<trtaim
twirler, combined with s mne oth. -
sloppy fielding and some t;mely hit-
ting b the Wolves combiind to
prove his undoing.j
In the third inning Waterbor meat
out a hit to first, went down to sec-
ond when Griffin threw wild trying
to catch him off second, and scored
on Superko's mighty triple to left
center. State tied it up in the
fourth, when Griffin reached first
on Waterbor's fumble of his hard
grounder and came home on Gab-
ner's hard double to left.
State took the lead in the sixth4
on hits by Fawcett and Morse and
an infield out, but Michigan went
ahead in its half of the seventh
when Manuel drilled his hit to left
with Petoskcey and Daniels occupy-
ing second and third. That was all
the scoring except for Eliowitz's
home run drive in the ninth.

WASHINGTON DEFEATS NEW YORK
REMAIN AT AMERICAN LEAGUE
(Dizzy' Dean Shuts Out Reds j Spencer; Pennock, Allen,
to Score First Win. Andrews and Jorgens.
Philadelphia 100 100 103--
Washington bunched their hits 'Boston ......010 000 000-
; gEarnshaw and Cochrane;
in the first and ninth innings to den, Donohue and Tate.
defeat the New York Yankees 5-4 j Detroit-Chicago, rain.
and maintain their place at the
top of the American League loop. NATIONAL LEAGUE
George Earnshaw, aided by Al Boston......111 400 020---
Simmons horier with two on, kept Philadelphia 003 010 000--
the Red Sox in the American League Seibold, Zachary and Ha
cellar. The score was 6-1. In the Benge, Nichols and McCurd
only other game played St. Louis Cincinnati .. 000 000 000-
cracked Cleveland's nine-game win- St. Louis ... 022 311 00x-
ning streak with a 11-8 win. Carroll, Wysong, and Man
Dizzy Dean scored his first vic- by; Dean and Wilson.
tory of the year, a. 9-0'shutout over Chicago . .. . 001 010 501-
Cincinnati in the game at St. Louis. Pittsburgh .. 000 102 210-
Eight runs in the ninth inning en- Smith and Hartnett; Swif
ahled Brooklyn to defeat the Giants cer, Brame and Brenzel.
11-7. Brooklyn ... 002 010 008 --
New York .. 401 000 200-
AM ERICAN LEAGUE Phelps, Moore, Hoyt, Qui
P 1-1 E Lopez; Fitzimmons, Money,
S4 1 2 Gibson and Hogan.
fSt. Louis . .. 010 404 011-11 16 2 .

Trueblood announced yesterday Saturday's program is expected
Rhodes, that he will send a squad composed to draw one of the largest crowds
of one veteran and three newcom- ever to assemble in Ann Arbor for
6 11 0 ers against the Detroiters. Hand, a co11iecuc ! k mee1 as h110
1 4 0 Root, Loveland and David will com- annual Spin homecoming festiv-
McFay- prise the Wolverine aggregation. iti5 01 tin University are set ior
The matches are scheduled to leave this Week-end and in addition the
the first tee sharply at 1:15 o'clock. Al hietic 5OCIaiOn is planning jn
Both singles and foursomes will he Cnl(rtainifl; over 500 high soiool
played simultaneously. 0:.1hy aai athletes on that day.

9 1.0 4i
4 10 31
rgrave;
y, Davis.
0 8 2
9 11 0o
ion, As-
8 13 0
6 13 1
t, Spen-
11 16 1
7 7 3
nn and
Mtchel, '

Revised rankings, based upon the
performances of the past week,
were also announced yesterday by
Coach Trueblood. Fischer is ranked
first, followed by Root, Jolly, Day-,
ton, Lenfesty, Howard, Loveland,
David, Hand and Montague, in that
order.
Jolly's 71, and 74's turned in byl
Dayton and Root enabled them to
creep up into the first division.
Root advanced from tenth position
a week ago to second place in this
week's standings.
Fischer's card, the lowest ama-
teur mark oi the season, follows: [
Out ....... ...444 433 435-34 !
In ............453 434 345--35---69

Capt. Fraiak Purina will lead
-!e fighting Illili in their Ann -
Ai'bor invasion. The Indian
1 ader has already had the ex-
plrielee of two tests so far this
season, having competed in both
the Kansas and Drake relays.
In both of which he captured
seconds in the discuss throw
and was just nosed out of plac-
ing ill the shot put.
At Drake the Illhi captain lost
out by less than a foot of success-
fully defending his discus title,
losing to I White of Kansas State
Teachers college who tossed the
plate 148.07 feet to, beat Purma's
throw of 147.68 feet.

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Cleveland .. 104 001 101-- 8 12 3
Stewart, Kimsey and Ferrell;
Hudlin, Connally, 'Pearson and Se-
well.
New York .. 00 100 030-- 4 6 0
Washington 300 000 02x- 5 6. 1
Burke, Weaver, Crowder and Berg,

YESTERDAY'S HOMERS
Ott ......................Giants
Koenecke.................Giants'
Frederick...............Brooklyn
Hack .......................Cubs
Barbee................Pittsburgh
Lee ......................Phillie,
Simmons ................ Athletics

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Faculty baseball is carded as one
of the features on the Intramural
spring schedule for this week. Play
starts Friday - when eight teams
swing into action on the Intramural
diamonds.
Two new teams, one representing
the Business Ad school and one the
School of Education, have been
formed and added to the list of
faculty baseball squads.
Play will be carried on in round-
robin fashion. Each team is down
for seven games. After this sched-
ule is completed, the four nine with
the highest percentage will play off
for the Faculty crown.
No other ships like these l
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