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FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1932










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Both Big "Ten Diamond
Are Undefeated With
Victory Apiece.



*If Wolverine Batting Strength
Keeps Up as in Rikkio Tilt
Win Is Almost Certain.
fly Sheldon C. Fullerton
Two undefeated Western Confer-
ence nines will cross bats this af-
ternoon when Michigan meets Iowa
at the Hlawkeyes' stronghold at Io-
wa City. Either Whitey Wistert or
"Lefty" McKay is slated to take the
mound against the Iowa team, with
McKay the favorite to get the nod
because of the fact that Wistert
worked a few innings against Rik-
kio here Wednesday.
W Jith both teams resting in a tieI
for first place with one victory ;I
apiece as against no reverses, one
of the two is certain to take a slide,
down the Big Ten standings this
afternoon. If the Wolverines could
come through with a batting at-
tack against the Hawkeyes like the
one they showed against the Jap-
anese invaders, their chances o
victory wuld be mnore than food.
However, if they continue the train
of errors that marked teir wild
and woolly win over the Rikkio ouL-
fit, the Hawkeyes may take better
advantage of the miscues than the
Jaapanese did.
Iowa Holds Win Over Purple.
Iowa's only victory of the season
in theo Western Conference has been
over the ,strong Northwestern eamn,
while Michigan's was scored over;
Illinois Since the Michigan-Illini,
game the "Wildcats have also beaten;
the Illinois team, so Iowa's record
stacks up as fairly even to that of
the Wolverine as far as Big Ten
games alone are concerned.
It has been a long time since Mc-
Kay took the mound for Michigan,
and. some doubt exists as to his
ability to breeze through to a vi-
tory over the Hawkeyes after his
long lay-off. Wistert, in his only
,. ~appearances to the mound to date,1
has been fairly effective, but wild.
Tompkins May Remain Out.
' ~With the possibility remainingI
that Jack Tompkins will have to
remain out of action because of his
leg injury, Ferguson, Artz, and
Petoskey are the probable startersc
in the outer garden. If Tompkins
is fully recovered it is likely that;
Petoskey will be the one to remain,
' on the bench. Artz, because of his
five hits in five trips to the plate1
against Rikkio, is almost sure toi
get another chance.
The improved batting of Manuel
agaist Michigan State probaby
will mean that he will be on first1
base in today's game. Wistert play-i
° ed the bag against Rikkio, but his
fielding is not on a par with that
of Manuel. Waterbor's two home
runs against the Japanese nine
stamps him as a dangerous hitter
and further strengthens his hold
on the shortstop position.
} Little is known about the Iowa
team except that it possesses con-
siderable batting strength. Thet
Hawkeyes pounded out 12 :runs
against Northwestern in their early
conquest of the Wildcats. Captain
Elmo Nelson is the mainstay of the
Hawkeyes team behind the plate,
while James Kenny, who played all
of last season at first base without1
an error, and Marshall Riegert, last
year's shortstop, are other veterans.
Riegert has been shifted to left
field this year.
Four Faculty Baseballz
"Tilts Open Tournament
Four gfames sheduld for this1
afternoon on the South Ferry field
diamonds feature the annual facul-
ty baseball scrap to be fought out
by representatives of the business
ads, the' economics, mathematics,
engineering research, chemistry,
and zoology cdepartments, school of
education, and the swimming club.
All iht teams swing into action
at 4:15 and 5:15 o'clock to cow-
mence the 28-game schedule that
will end May 27 with eight frayled

nines anld a faculty chiampionl. Last
year's tournament l!,res~ulted in a
decisive win1 by the ZOo Vlgy depIarti-
mecnt's grgtoanld they are
ceded a good chanice to win ag"'ain
this year from the education in-

X f r x> r > < .' PJtk Slater Is in New York and
v 4 , eersen,Kaloanic, Oakley,
Y t a Larson, in Chicago.
Jack Slater was to fight Jack1
IMoran, of Philadelphia, about 2v
o'clock this .morning. With more
4ya"j than 200 entries, Madison Gardens
"- r a }. 4 :,hofficials have erectedi two rings
andl from noon to the wee hours
:. ~in the morning, the y will throwy
s f } t u r young amateurs =into the ring. o
r' h Yf: : r' lThis is the forty-fifth annualv
s <} :;.Amateur Athletic union boxing
. i%' Y r A.,: " " ?Cham pionsh ,is at the Madison
1 y s' Gardcn. Wednesday night 31 fight-
l ens were wveedled out of the tourna-
v.,.~. mernt. However these fights extend-,c
h ; rved until 2 o'clock in the morningv
y.{:fF : . an the officials decided to erect
....another ring; for yesterday.
, 00,.,. ~six Kinockout.s IRegistcred.
Although six knockouts werere
:, ~gistered in the first round snatches,
Assoc1ited Press Photo three of them in the mniddleweight
Jack S' harkev w fmaluar W411th Ve kd11 nhe ento Yv Vrk to look over the site of his outdoor class, the experts and fa ithful look
batle with -,MdX Sch:I.:ie n inn 11e a ?.,,( ~ 't i i s he wandered around the future Yong totehayeghsfrtera
Island cxr sii . c dsie i r yIiWXoatte r ,tiifireworks of the tourney. John Kul-
fihiglItt ~ac;i vneb;t , ~ etnchampion. Remember Jack," ulnteYlatclwl i
said a red-head to whom tw he, e!- ; d pr er°, i dU "knock him out in the fourth." "Redcullewith.Je le otIankye;ilJoe
sai Jak:ro y yuca obtta u~o , : s t 'adhis big car towar(d Boston. Uzdavinus Boston (dental student,
----- !i satched with Jack Daniels, of
NI '' :Y ) I Tick-on _. Favorite thk oa ac e lhacvy l its L
9 I TVI I TD il vc oah last night,
I"wt o ltrdy% o Iieib, Lci s(h of these, the railbirds say, isf
I, atrda's ~e 'ew nationial champion tobo
TL r%'AI IobIel ~to 11,rya vMen. ----otlwl, 1big felowsin th braket'
Universe(, winner of the Wood
Strong, Western State Team Will Miei'i;rac't(k Idl will ;"et jMemorial ,stake, last Saturday, pull- Boxers in Chicago.
BE Met Tomorrow; jayvees 911, Iis: ie L ~UI(01t' (4 111tileed up limping a fter a slow workout, 't'hirt y-three fighters from West- i
Take on Albion (h.lI\11 h i &IlCI]1115the her cday and. the, report spread eeleunvrste
iii ' s~t a aIt:Id 1tat thecolt, wonuld in all 1ni'obail- n - it t ,it toyoaadIrmu

' Featuring the contest in the
American League yesterday was the
drubbing administered by the Ath-
letics to the Indians at Cleveland.
rhe score was 15-3, and it mairked
WTes Fenrell's first mound de eat of
the year. Grove and Cochrane ofI
the Athletics went the whole route,
w.hile the Indian relief job gent to
Pete Jablonowski, former Michigan
Detroit's 'r'igors were unscheduled
yesterday, but they will open today
on the eastern sea b oar d in Gotham,
where they will take on the Yanks.
In the only other Amen~rican League
game yesterday, the 1Browns toak
the Red Sox; of Boson into camp,
to the tune of 11 to 3. The St. Louis I
club disposed of three, pitchers and
was working on the fourth as the
game ended.
St;. Louis ...000 203 600- -_1 14 1.
Boston...... 200 001 000--- 3 7 4
lIadley and E'wce ll; ieb,
Kline, Moore, Wellandi, and Tate,.
Cleveland . . 000 000 210--- 3 Gi 1
Philadelphia 020 102 73x--.15 17 0
Ferrell, Jablonowski, and Sewell.
Grove and Cochrane.
Eairest L ombard i, hat--wielding
back:top of the CinicinUllaiRd
routed the league'-]endinig Buston
Briaves in the National loop yester-
(lay nearly single-handed. The slug-
fest ended at 9 to 6, Lomnbardi hay-

ing been directly c onne~cd with
the scoriag of seven rung with a
triple nd ac timeclyhme to his
Two etrrors on the artof the
Chicag o Cubs, playing yes-terday
against Broolklyn, proved extreme-
ly costly and left the conte°st at 2 to
'l in favor of the Dodgers. The game
was the series opener, with the
Easterners invading the "Wind City.
The other score of the dlay in the
senior circuit was Ne.,w Yor'k's de-
feat of the Cards at 10-3 .


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and Haiti tnett.
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CO-ach Jolm Johnstol- will t "Ake
Ik Varsity tenn1Iis sudaa o
movirrow to play the ongWse
SLtt agg-reg;ation at Kalama zoo)t
while the 1B' team's wee k-end -game
is scheduled for this afternoon at
Ann Arbor, with Albiorn provwingw,
the opposition. The tB' game will
be played on the Ferry Field courts,
starting at 3 o'clock.
Joseph Appelt, 133A, was chosen
captain of the "8" tennis team at a
meeting of the squad held yester-1
day afternoon. Appelt has been a
member of the squad focr the last
two years and has consistently held
the first ranking. position.

bestu{,. ' , W5dcvacio iithe
Drak,, Alay : i . week this week's
the full itl tieinitial (; oinr)uti--
'r - },e { { y. e t i <:al;o>he the first
one th~tt the olerne have com-.
peted in under6 the new conference
player lim.it. Ec team is allow-
ed to enter onlytwenty different
competitors. These men mlay double
in as manyv evenuts as they will, but
no more ta twenty may be en-.

ity. be tunable It.; sta]'t in.the lift~y-
eigh th running of the historic Ken -
tuoky Derby at Churchill Downs,
this Saturday. Trainer Bauer said t
that final decision as to the starting
of Universe would be reserved until
Mrs. L. G. Kaufman's Tick On,
pre-Derby favorite and leading
eastern candidate, turned out the
fastest drill of the day, stepping the'
Derb route of one and a quarter
miles in 2:07 minutes, with Jockey
Pete W'alls aboard. It is considered
a notable final workout.
The Whitney stables will bet rep-
resented by Stepenfetchit and Over-
time, with Jockey Buddy Ensor and
Earl Sande up on the former and
latter respectively f

r c~j,ate box 111 gtollrnanient tinr
Chic, "'.
Max Knecht, light heavyweight,
of the University of Wisconsin, and
irelative of Max Schmeling, world's
heavyweight champion, is in the
spotlight position in the meet. He
changed his plans to compete as a
heavyweight now instead of as a
lightheavy because he thinks that
he can give an opponent 25 or 30'
pounds and still win.
The five students of Michigan
arrived safely in Chicago last night.
Vernon "Whitey" Larsen will com-
pete as a lightweight, Andy Kalon-
ic as a welter, Joe Oakley as a
feather, Harry Pedersen as a mid-
dlewcight and Harvey Bauss in theI
light heavyweight division.

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Will1 lk;y :t 1(C1v'd ii' ta11 ever
('onj,, illall VWhitoBitisk -Pigsis-
f~ack and (hitoBrown and White
and Golf Shoes.




-I - ______ v t Wolvie ntick List
The Western State team is ex- Five D_('lilb or of tho Maize and
pected to provide a tough afternoon Blue qa will be out of action.
for Johnstone's men, having forced Jack Camipbell, who was a big point
a draw with Chicago in addition to winner for the Wolves last season
making an impressive record in in. the dashes, will be out of ac-
other starts. Lion with an injured leg. Another
Michigan's lineup will be the Michigan star who will be on the
same as in other recent matches, sidelines for the same reason is Doc
with Capt. Colby Ryan, Bob Clarke, Ho>well, one of the outstanding two-
Johnny Reindel, Dick Snell, IHank rmilers in the Conference. Young
Pendell, and Rollin Clark playing' Kim Norhruip,a promising' pole
in the singles in the order tuamed. vaulter, and Bob Lamb, a veteran
The doubles teams will be co nposed .,printer, are two other men who
of Ryan and Bob Clarke, numb ,r will not see action in action on Sat-
one; Reindel and Snell, numbe°r 'utrcay. The fifth man who will not
two; and Pendell and Rollin Clark, appear in uniform is Russell Damm,
number three. 4 young discus thrower, who has
been absent from practice all week.#
Freshman Trophy Goes' Wolfe, Eknovich, Egleston, Ren-
to Tackle atf Purduel wick, and Ellerby are the only men
_______Iclur'e of starting.

Sleepy siit



church chicken or
fish dinner tonight


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LAFAYETTE, Ind., May 5. ---For
showing the greatest improvemient
of any yearling football candidate;
during the spring practice session'
at Purdue University, Carl D. Heldt,
of Evansville, a husky tackle, has
been selected to receive the Purdue
Freshman Football Merit Trophy,
which is awarded :annually in the!
fall of the year by the General(-I
Purdue Alumni association. Right i .
on the heels of Heldt in the rac"
for the trophy was Charles M.?
Meade, of Camden, a halfback, who
was named the alternate for the
award. The rules of the eoilpeti-
tion provide that thte award proper' I
be made in t he fll of the year I
providing the lien nomilnated in
the spring return to, school el!gible
for var'si ty compel'i lion7.

fathersof University students
wil heallwedto use the Uni-
<.: «°. gof cours at the student
iate f £iOcentsfor1 holes dur-
('cuui se manager.

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That's the trouble with constipa-
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never know you have it. Yet it
often causes headaches,' listless-
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"drown" feeling.
Just eat two tablespoonfuls daily
of a delicious cereal: 'Kellogg's%
ALL-BRAN. See how much lbetter
you feel after a week. Ask that it
be served at your favorite eating

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