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SATURDAY, 1F 1?, 121?

' THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1932 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Track

T

ea__Engages
PAIR OF FAVORITES IN CLASSIC

Buckyesin Dual Meet

TRACKMEN IPICKED
TO W I NOERHO
O N CO0LUMFIUS OVAL
Buckeyes Ares Due 'for 1H1rd.1DRy
as Hy'sMnNc..r
ColumbIR)PS.
VLNWIC N 10,22
Ohio Has Gr.-'c-r Team Power
But Wolverine Stars May
Win Meet With Firsts.
My.ki_, a n (CICO U a ters the Ohio
Mtate trackster's Ihi;s afte'rnoon in
the seond and lfinl dua1l .meet of
the outdoor iiiso ,a Columbus.
The Wol verinew. will enter today's
competition as the favorites, al-
though the BPuckes ;r,.are counted
on to furnish J ofhtyol plpo"'iti,
Coach Chll il) oytpand 19 men
enatrained I( or I. borne of the
Scarlet and Greu eedy after-
Sinl cethe indoor , sniwhen
the1 y wen11t (ovl otb(e e1)f ore,
the Wolve, ad t he ?Iiini in a tri-
,angulaur afir staged cin Yost held
house the Buckleye,; have a C~ded
coin idrlar;ible satrenth to their cin-
der path age atIis 'addi-
tional power shwedupin Ith(!Penn
o relays Ltwo weksagoV whenw the'l
Ohioans ' aircehome with the
bulk. of th1h1w rs

lWOLV[ES ILL PLlY~
(111I AAI TPAY~
Nine to Attempt to Even Scraes'
Withi IButckeyes in Second
Game This Afternoon,
l~ hld'n C. Fu~llerton

Netmein to Compete
With Ohio in Match
Here This Afternoon
The Wolver ine Itennis squad will'
eigage in their second Big Tden
,natch of the season this afternoon
when they meet the racqucteers of
Oh~lio State on the Ferry Fieldl tenl-
nis Courts. T:lhe un Whes ",will begin

TEAM S;,SEES A
Looks to Vines as America's Becst
Witlh Shields Having
Possibilities.
1ty 1Fred A. Hiuber'
(A sijular intersview with ("a l
iDenniison, captain of the Ohio)
sState tenite im will .apijar
(ml the Sprt page of uda'

Among the veteran drivers who]I
erial day speedway classic this yeas
is one of the old hands in the auto
to win this year. With him 1,~
Golf ers Will Meet
Buckeyes in Match
at Columbus Today
With the dual meet champion-
ship of the Big Tfen at stake, the
golf forces of the. University of
Michigan and -hio State University
are primed for the most important
clash of the season att Columbus

---..-._.-.-- cSati tie hcat Ohio '-Sl;te I kit at 2,30)o' " l t.
the weak b,(11altl athat.its place oi i miWirthwr in, Ohio Chan tcfr the' rf';eliin Of ' C2ii" the
in heWeser C~feeie' tan- ae mntr, ii brm;a friid Davis Cupi by the Uit4 d St-rtes ten2-
;. :.: ,.:: $r' s% !. 'nis team were minimizred, by Colby
-,.. ... ... .ins iidiat cl i ~ ~. ~l~'s blearra ofcout sars haingRyan, captain of Michigan's 1932
m ine will a ttle the i ll eesi ;,e Ch idefeated Indciai .last Saturday,
* ~. ... ...finl gme 1 tliecurentseris a ()) i thir penng atc oftb"net squad in2 an interview┬░ yeSter-
. . - : : : : _ : :: : : : :< : ; :: = : : :c l;i t a y . " A l t h u g m U t ft h e t o i
2:30io'clok.i C on nvrysaon o-fn pc h ntdStates to
:Field. .Ilerence opener with Northwestern rc tli1he calng, ondwt
WithLowll Wigly ct of~~ n Modaywascalld of wih te sweep. through the finals.
wazy, forichzl1the Wot, i ?n. ,s cI mtwoueldt3- infaor f hebe at all surprised to
be> duly thank-ful, it i ' li ely that Wil <ii . seex the Amzrericanx squad lo , 1to the
-Photo by the Associatreldres 1Mert Alvor, s iothr bhanuder, (Ca.,l Detmi ;on, Buekeye ,No. 1 sil-reeeuaiv 'Get rtani
hiave entered the Indianapolis Miltkch mudfrteSa- 4 lY'~wil11b~l ~ th InJt er -zone final," sae y'an.
r i Wilim "hory"Canlon ~11(, ad ray Prbaly iewill bk'(;sire hcs with Colby Ryant, call im r Ryean characterized Fred Perry
is illam Shoty"Ca~tlo, :f rP ,)sed byT "Lefty' McKa~y, w'ith ofsahe Wolverines, in the feature
an game, and is one of the favorites eheWitr Tm i'. , '- - d.D'~lndl Bunn~y Austin as two oif the
E'Itli~l W~tr- ra' }7 n, iii, D' hardest,
1. t *dai, o i ale. , iU t.Kt .*he IBig Ten 1k ppnns htAIecn
s lec ny ma ga o yt-I hA 'e I ti d S t 's11 h vi
S~core But TT of te Mo vil yl lel Sii80) Amk '1 (li1mcxramFu yeJ'ii(tYeay( lr (, hol
Tigers Ls oSln ak st 'setI ile pstom oc itwi ~ ~ h ne-oehaswihua
wh tardatgad ntmebtt n.iimofefr.
Deri' ies etdw otiio Show ┬░s Punch, ball <tam this winter . ffa'isth ~prediction was mad~leon who
Detroi's Tigrs wen down.towould win the fina;l nma rcli, Ryan
defeat yesterday afternoon before 010o Ipi;c, f T , z w1oStat ';;lvwealot, of bat,- I(5\5(1 t~~rnazrkin gthat with'E ii mm Borotra
Washington by otsor ot7-,oiz ibieci
Crowder, Senator pthealoedystra al lumirtnran ilad '" rnch<Lcup play, the dfending o
the Bengals but two hits, Featuring 1L elWigle(y (each pled three 1 Wl . Oiin:,,(. 0 ofmhe ead- jteam was t mn. n to get IRenei
the National League play yesterday rwt apiece. a id Wigeywas rob- zi ig player(s ! ,ilz:'1 the conferencell( an;.d La~oste, out(of ac tion for Some
was the triple play made by the Ibdoafoth he taWar-nexelthwawilpmcob- tresaos akit h oda
Dodgers against the Reds. The h' ctiola alak .ztid aeably h iilienschoice 1(1 clash fi eriCch.The
b( cut off twith >>m iyIRend r atrtedNo 3eIsupport, o 12r o h
Brooklyn club won the game at 51 t>force a+t kycrnnrat sec- with J( '; : y I il 1 l No 3 Michigan i.captain picked. uC oc,et as
to 3.j ond. Peppe a <nd Widlem'r il o cameopotm thltetaqitn a sure winner in. two singles match-
throgh wth apai of ingls Ies.
AMERICAN LEAGUE ,iecthrough rowithatpairtofasinglot I' eesuaMan Kr Of the United StateIs players Ryan
apice toprve ha itwa no aKorbh's perfo~~zrmace i t1ie early,
Detroit ......000 000 000_-- 0 2 0 two man team. OhoSaemthsh said that Ellsworth j Vine was the
Washington. .111 000 13x- 7 11 1 Outside of two slips in succession Ohiot atateesmatchesehas.fwon tall
Wyatt, Herring and Hayworth; in the eighth inning Michigan play- th.?Pystionyoearvetran.Plyersdbsthat'resensifet tal
Ryi1n- ;nd Clarke, leading doubles 2 er l n h rsn a
Susce, Crowder and Berg. edl a fairly good fielding game, but eiofteWlrnesudwi. tional Singles champion. This year
St. Louis ... .001 020 001--- 4 G 0 there is still plenty of room for im- becalduotofethdubs Vines has bee(n beaten by several
Phila. .....004 130 01x- 9 17 1 provemcnt in the art of m,,iking de- teall ennupon anJaes whichble
Blaeholder, Coffman and Ferrell; cisionis in the pinches. lot h teams latya (o eo~ cnr ntm .-
Chc g t N w Y r - ai ,c e i il ti'e p e r i h ast cUir - n ec ndhHoll r r sllfi n i e .
Bengouch, Earnshaw and Cochrane. were guilty of several mentai l MIS- conferece:i. This doubles pari
Cleveland at Boston-rain. box score. -'

The Ohio team i boasts a great In all probability Johnny Fischer
deal of power in te hurdles with of Michigan and Capt. Bob Kepler
Jack KMller, the w inner of the 120- wl arofi h ubr n
yard hg hrle t the Penn1 ils pach. Bthe; numbersoe
carnival andc proba,,bly the best inlsmthBohaeglr f
timber touppewr ini the conference, national repute, Kepler being a fin-
and Capt;ain Johnmny Black as the alist in the National Intercollegiate
leading meeihrs ofr this contingent. meet last year, while Fischer was
These two B1ucks will be up againstthlednameui.teWs-
one the1leadingfamateurtin3theoWestn
opponci ts this afternoon inm 1-aley e pn
Egleston v w1o0along with Itufele Capt. Jack Lenfesty of Michigan
will carry the hopes of the Wolver- will have his hands full when he
ines. Keller's time in the Penin meet tackles Johnny Florio, the swarthy
was :14,3 whiich was tihe samez as little Italian so.ar of the Buckeyes.
that made by g j o gantthe
Illini. Florio has the reputation of being
the longespt driver in the, Big Ten.

r

Ale~x Jolly and. George Berry will
play the number three match,
while Eddie Dayton, diminutive

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Boston ......100 000 010- 2 0 2
Chicago .....000 001 002- 3 11 3,,
Zachary, Cantwell and Hargrave;
Bush and Hartnett.
Brooklyn .... 122 000 000-- 11 0
Cincinnati . .000 101 001-3 8 3
Vance and Lopez; Benton, Kolp,
Ogden, and Asbjornsen.
St. Louis 8, Philadelphia -7, (10
innings. No further statistics avail-
able.)
New York at Pittsburgh -- noI
game, wet grounds.E

Expect U1e11.erHitting.
Mert .Alvord, who will take the
box against thea Maize and Blue
nine today, has made an in and out
record this season, Admittedly not
as good a pitcher as Wrigley, he still
rates as a better than average per-
former on the !mound.
Despite the fact that the Wolver-
ines dropped tile first of the two
clashes to the Buckeyes, the most
recent shift that Coach Fisher has
Imade in the lineup may be produc-
tive of results in the future.

taste of having played together f'or
years,. Dennis and James were team-
miates at Rayon High school in
Youngs"town.
In the final match, Reindel and
Stnell will team together against
Captain Hioffer and Korb.
With Ohio State classed as one
of the finest, teams in the confer-
onee, the success of the Wolverines
this afternoon will enable Coach
Johnstone to make an estimate of
the chances the Michigan tearA has
in the conference meet next Friday
and Saturday.

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