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NEW POWER IN REDLEG OUTFIELD

Local Grid Coaches
Have Work Cut Out
First Two Gaines to Be Hard.
est Contests of Season;
Mentors Are Worried.

Wolves1
This.

to Journey to Ka
Afternoon; Ma
Nine Matches.

Michigan's Varsity tennis ta
will swing into action this after-
noon against one of the best tennis
teams in the state. The squad of
Western State Teachers College, for
four years Michigan Intercollegiate
tennis champions, will be their op-
ponents and the match will be
played in Kalamazoo.
Three successfu1 meets are on the{
Hilltoppers' record for the present
season, Grand Rapids J. C. and
Notre Dame being defeated, and
Chicago's strong aggregation tied,
at three m a tches to three. Soren-
son, Laevin, Glaser, and Zeimet are
the four ranking men on the West-
ern State team, and they are a
quartet prominent in Michigan and
Indiana net circles.
Ryan at Number One.
Michigan will probably line up
with Captain Ryan at number one.
Bob Clarke at two, and Reindel,
Snell, Pendell, and Clark rounding
out the list. Hopes this year fori
victory over the Hilltoppers will run
higher as the result of the gradua-
tion last year of Capt. Byrum. By-,
rum was able to defeat Michigan's
best men for the three years in
which he competed, and he won the
state title for those years.
Coach Johnstone of the Wolves
expressed himself yesterday as dis-
satisfied with the showing of his
men in the called contest against
the Northwestern team here. On
the showing of yesterday, according
to the mentor, Dick Snell should be
at number one position for the
Wolves. His performance Monday
afternoon was certainly the only
creditable one for Michigan. Cap-
tain Ryan was certainly off form
and Reindel suffered a relapse from
the standard set by his play this
year.

4

J By John Thomas
White hairs seem to be the pre-
vailing affliction for Michigan's
Football coaches this summer.
Coach Kipke's worry during the
suniirnerz will be the combined worry
of his assistant coaches in addition
.:..to his doubt about having a team
ready for Michigan State on the
opening Saturday, for Northwest-
ern the following week, and for
Ohio State on the third Saturday
of the season.
Michigan's schedule necessi-
:at es a "November" machine in
-,the first week of October. Then
.{ if KIipke can get a smooth ma-
...;...chine together for the first few
-:{ .,.wees,.,anthey carry on for
::;.two full montlis at top speed for
.the hard ganes at the end of
a: the schedule?
:. tIl z and Indiana,weak ta.ns
I l. 4 . >, y e ar, m a y pr v e th e St'r' n ge'
: }..in tlhe Conference for 1932 a I b[th
>;..r: <-::: : .4:.;have full teams of. returxning veter--
ans. Princeton has a formible liast
"" {y ::.of sophomores and juniurs from
. ...last season and a new flr .t- 'la 5
coach in Fritz Crisler, and will not
Associated Press Photo be swamped by the Wolverines.
Chick Hafey (right) and Babe Herman, new Cincinnati Red acquisi- . Backfield coach Wally Weber hasI
tions, who are supposed to add new power to the outfield, are shown just one problem to figure out dur-
here as they appeared in Chicago, where Hafey joined the team. Her- irg the summer ontTBilHei itts
man was obtained from Brooklyn in an early-spring six player deal. shoes?
W it h Herman Everhardus,
I.. I., ..Harrv Newman, and Jack Hes-

Five Opening Games
Feature First Round
of Faculty Tourney
Play-oils for the title in the fac-
ulty division of the tennis tourna-
ment will start this week. They
were originally carded for today,
but due to the rain this week the
courts mnay not be in condition four
use.
The opening round of the tour-
ney shows five matches drawn up.
Elimination contests will be run oil
this week and next, and the deci-
sion should be nr" de by the end of
next week.
John Dorsey is the defending
champion.Hc, will be called upon
to defend his crown against Doty
in the first round of play. The oth-
er matches of the first round pair
Simon and Gearhart, Smith and
Van Whelp. Baten and Kronick, and
Johnstone and Crandell.
SORRELL HOLDS REIN
HITS IN DETR
Tipers Move to Third; Phbillies
Pa.'is Reds; A's Blank Chisox.
Detroit moved up in the Ameri-
can League to pass Cleveland yes-
terday by four points when Vic
Sorrell handed out only two hits
to the Red Sox and scored a shut-
out while the Tigers were collecting
' 11 runs. Bill Rogell took the star-
ring honors by pounding out four
hits and accounting for four of
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Washington
New York ........
Detroit ... . ......
Cleveland.......
St. Louis........
Philadelphia...

BIG LEAGUE STANDINGS
American League

W L Pet.
17 5 .773
13 6 .684
13 8 .619
16 10 .615
11 14 .40
9 12 .425

MIC HIGAN RUNNER
TO RACEBUCKEYE
Thinclads to Close Dual Seas
With Second Meet Versus
Ohio Saturday.

Chotn....... ..417 .210 Michigan's Varsity tracksters will
bring their dual meet season to a
NatonalLeaguelose, just one week after opening
Natona Legueit, this Saturday when they en-
W L Pct, counter the strong Ohio State con-
Chicago.........17 9 .739 tingent of cinder churners and
Boston ...........13 8 .619 weight tossers at Columbus. Satur-
Philadelphia. ......12 10 .545 day's struggle will be the second
Cincinnati '".......14 12 .538 time this year that the Buckeyes
St. Louis...........11 13 .458 and the Wolves have met in th
New York.........8 12 .400 fleet foot sport.
Brcoklyn ..........7 13 .350 In the indoor season the Michi-
Pittsburgh........7 15 .318 gan thinclads successfully turned
---- ~- ~~back the invasion of the Buckeyes
_..---- and the Indians from Urbana. The
Maize and Blue were way out in
SOX TO TWO front when the final reckoning was
OIT'S 110 SHUTOUT made and the llini came next with
the Ohioans close behind.
Since then, however the Wolvcr-
St. Louis ....000 030 000 - 3 7 2 , ine's neighbors to the South have
New Yo: k .. .001 111 60x-10 10 2 added considerable strength to
Batteries: Gomez and Dickey; their winged-foot aggregation and
Hadley, Stewart and Ferrell. stand to make a better showing
Cleveland-Washington, rain. I against the men of Hoyt than they
C-Wn . did in the previous meeting. In the
, ~~ Pennsylvania Relays of two weeks
NATIONAL LEAGUE ago, the Buckeyes came through for
Phillies.....002 000 110-- 4 8 0 firsts in the half-mile and shuttle
Cin'ati......000 000 000- 0 5 0 relays and a tie for winning hbnors
Batteries: Bengo and McCurdy; in the pole vault.
Kolp and Lombardi. In last Saturday's victorious con-
l4ew York ... 000 010 001- 2 5 3 quest of the Illini Michigan showed
Chicago.....020 502 00x- 9 915 0 a well-balanced team that boasts o:,
Batteries: Gibon, Schunacher, considerable power and bids fai
Bell and Gogan, hWarnke and to go places in the conference meet
Hemsley k at Evanston. Coach Charlie Hoyt
Brooklyn-St. Louis, cold weather. was well satisfied with the perfor-
mances of his men, and judging by
Boston-Pittspurgh, wet grounds.I Renwick's showinht

tip
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intramurai Golt eet Macrarlane to Fick
Is Slated for May 17 Freshman Net Te
Golf, one of the latest of the Friday orSatur
spring Intramural activities to get'

any
day

Clarke Blows Up.
Bob Clarke, Michigan number two,
showed extremely poor court phil-
osophy in his defeat of Monday af-
ternoon. His constant tendencyc
seemed to be toward self-blame.I
and he was obviously too nervous
for the kind of tennis he is capablc
of playing. These faults did notl
tend to improve his sportsmanship
On the face of thesp facts, a gen-
eral shake-up in the Michigan list
may be forthcoming this afternoonl
before the match. Coach Johnstonei
has not indicated that there will be
such a revision, but he 'expressed
his dissatisfaction with the lineup
on the basis of Monday's showing..
VARSITY GOLFERS
PREPARE FOR OHIO
Kepler and Florio Are Expected
to Cause Wolves Trouble.
Fresh from their triumph over
Northwestern, Michigan's Varsity
golfers are ready to start prepara-
tions in earnest for their crucial
match with Ohio State Saturday
at Columbus. Yesterday's rain caus-
ed a cessation of activities.
Although it would be hard to in-
agine a closer. battle than the one
against the Wildcats, indications
point to a battle royal whc the
Wolverines invade the Buckeye
capitol. This match will decide the
Conference dual meet champion-
Lhip.
Mhonuay's in a tel proved i othlug
of the respective abilitie of 1tie two
squads. The steady downpour made
good scoring virtually impossible,
Fischer's 74 being the only respec-
table medal card of the day.
In Kepler and Florio, Ohio State
will present probably the two finest
golfers Michigan will be called up-
on to face all season. The remain-
der of the squad is sufficiently
strong to cause the Wolverines to
go at top speed if they expect to
register a victory.

under way, is on the books for May
17. Qualifying rounds are to be fin-
ished by the 15th.
A new system for the qualifying
rounds is being tried out this year.
Each entry may, and is so urged,
play off as many rounds as he likes
zt the University Golf Course. From
his score card, turned in at the end
of each try. his ability can be classi-
fid more easily, and there will be,
a better opportunity to draw up
the tournament with more than
one score to depend upon.
In the two divisions, faculty and
All-Campus, the best score thus far
is 78, turned in by Ed Rice, winner
last spring. The low faculty score
is 81.

Freshman tennis tryouts who
have been practicing for the past
few weeks under the supervision of
Coach Don MacFarlane will be
molded into a team Friday or Sat-
urday of this week in order to get
in much-needed practice games
with the junior Varsity.
Several of the freshmen have
shown unusual promise. Stein,
Bristol, McDonald, Kayser, Siegel,
Nichols,and Walker have done well
in the elimination contest MacFar-
lane is holding, Stein holding top
place at present.
All tryouts who wish to be consid-
ered for places on the freshman
team must have all their matches
played by the end of the week,
MacFarlane added.

nasalfba an S , Detroit's runs. tone's triple Ut)cen-
ton as halfbacks and Stanley ter in the seventh sent Rogell across
Fay and Estil Tessmer as quar- the plate after there were two out.
terbacks, three positions in the The Yankees used the wild pit-
backfield seem fairly certain. ches of the St. Louis hurler to good
Wally Weber has three outstand- advantage and came through with
ing candidates for the vacant full- a 10 to- 3 triumph.
back position in Russ Oliver, Herb Third and fourth places in the
Schmidt, and Leonard Meldman. National circuit were exchanged
Oliver and Schmidt were used last when the Phillies refused the Cin-
Saturday on the Blue eleven and cinnati Reds a single run and used
Meldman on the Yellow. - eight hits to cross the plate four
Russ Oliver, three year full- times for their victory. Only seven
back star for Pontiac high points now separate these teams
school and two year star at the and today's game may change them
same position at Culver Mili- again.
tary academy, has made a de-
termined bid this spring season. AMERICAN LEAGUE
Herb Schmidt, former Grand Detroit.......003 102 170-11 14 0
Rapids Star, played this posi- Boston......000 000 000-- 0 2 1
tion last year with both the 'B' Batteries: Sorrell and Hayworth;
and Varsity squads. Weiland, Lisenbee, Klein, Michaels
Leonard Meldman, like Schmidt and Tate.
has two more years of Varsity foot- Chicago.....000 000 000- 0 6 0
ball, played. with Detroit Central in Athletics . . ..041 003 01x- 9 13 1
his prep school days. Last season 'aiteries: Greve and Cochrane;
he was on the 'B' squad. Jones, Gregory and Berry.

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