- THE MICHTGAN
V CD l AYi J BID FOR PLACES ON OLYMPIC TEAM
O N TEA BLANE1I
Russell and Tur'ner Cot-ntd onr?1
for First Places In 44 ) f1
Several Western Conf erenceli(; tact
and field records are in dne Fri-
day and Saturday whien more than
200 athletes will omrpe te in the
Dyche 'Stadium at Northwestern
'University in the twenty-third an-
nual running of the Big? Ten cham-
Coach Charlie Hoyt will take a
full squad of 20 men to Evanston in
an effort to regain the crown which
the Wolverines" have won eleven
times since 1901. The Michigan
tracksters will also be (out to avenge
the 5-6 of a point defeat which they
suffered at the hands of Indiana in
the indoor chamt pions'hips this win-
Couint ol) IInId ea.
According t th'do('.r),four
teams wlill be tighting ;it out, with
Michigan depending ,o,, team ba -
ance to gain first holoss, Indian-1,
by virtue of a victor'y in the idoor
championships, and Illinois be-
cause of a win over Indiana and
Purlduje inatraglrme last
Saturday , lire two of thle ading
contenders for itecrwnChi(o,
State will have to b- cous'dcred
along with the othe1Cr th~ree ueto
the surpris'e winoe i 'l~ciganlas
Saturday. vWiconslin, df e u?=
champion, is siven only a usd
N etmen to play off BIG LEAGUE STANDINGS
Unscheduled Match American League.L. e.
New York ......... 18 6 .750
With Purple To ayI ashlington........19 8s.704
Clevland....... , 1 13 .581
~^- Detroit ............ 15 11 .577
Michigan's Varsity tennis team is Athletics .......... 12 14 .462
playing off an unschcduled match St. Louis .......... 14 17 .452
this afternoon with Northwcstern's Chicago ............ 9 18 .333
netsqud, n ode toeffce he Boston. .. .. .. .. .. . .4 22 .154
net qua, i orer t efacetheNational Leaau.
unfinished record made in the re- W. L. Pet.
cent tilt that was callcd off on ac- Chicago ......20 9 .690
count of rain. Boston ............ 16 10 .615
The match Will be played off on Cincinnati ......... 18 15 .545
the vantoncouts, oreor ess St. Louis .. .. .. ....15 15 .5 9c
timEvnsoncort, or o lss Phillie . .. .. .. ...3 16 .464
as a preliminary to the all-Confer- Brooklyn .. ......... 11 16 .407
ene-e singles and doubles tourna- New York .......... 9 14 .391
Imenu that is scheduled for the Plttsbu gh......9 16 .360
Badger's grounds thisThrdy --
'riclay, and1 Saticay. The mm-_.__
prenipt contest will probably be H ei wood Does Not
an indication of t he Va rsity's, DIas Our Benny Away
strength and clances for the nchi-
vidual tournament to follow. oiiOstba, member of
C oach John Johnsto n iswt h rn a o i i e i. ''C "t y i l lhe V arity coach ling H s i f, a 3 end ,
ti' the I o eve1 so . a~fa'' 1- , cuc
i ' idr-,an Dc] Snl I I OX 11_ ij~)I~K
.:1. li:2, I '. I1'St i" () ,i1, I Xi ) "l^tl T Tb '' citt!)aa t- n
1X~i' up iln ti (Unto 1JkQ heil -v 1 P1O
Earl Averill's homer in the first1
inning yesterday put a stop to the
Yankees' chance to break the con-
secutive scoreless innings record of
41 held by the Indians, for it was
the Yanks' 41st. Three runs on
four hits, however, gave the New
York club another victory.
'Detroit....... 000 000 000--0 4 2
Atltc ..00002x2 Batteries: Wyatt and Ruel; Earn-
shawe and Co~hrane,
St. Louis .... 200 K1I 002__l1 14 0
Washington. 200 000 000- 2 10 1
Batteries:,Blacholder ;end Verrell;
Burke, Ragland, Fried rich and Berg.
Cleveland . ... 100 001 00) 7 0I
New York .ti... 01.0 2090 Wx- 4 2
:Batt ries: harder and tip;wecll; Al-
,flen and Dickey.
Chicago...... '000 023 101--7 7 2
Boston....... 000 010 020-3 10 2
Batteries: Gaston and Berry; Mc-
fayden, Michaels and Tate.
Brooklyn....... 000 000 0 10-1 6 0
lPittsburgh ..... 002 100 00x-3 7 2
Batteries: Phelps, Heimach and
Lopez; Harris and Grace.
Cincinnatti ..100 000 000 1-2 10 0
New York .... 000 100 000 0-1 9 1
Batteries: Kolp, Frey and Man-
ion; Walker and Kogan.
Boston......... 200 001 000--3 9 0
St. Louis....... 004 000 00x-4 7 1
Batteries: Brandt and Spohrer;
'1. t< ihn and Mancuso.
Ph illi e....... 000 030 100-4 10 4
Chiicag o. ..000 010 00x9 14 0
Batteries: Holley, Nichols, Han-
(,n an1d V. Davis; Root, ''inning,
AVERILL'S HOME RUN. IN FIRST
STOPS, YANKS' TRY' AT RECORD
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Associated Press Photo
Frankr'Wykoff (right), and Ben Eastman, regarded as two of Whe
finest trackmen in the country. Y Eastman runs the 440 and the 880 while
Wykoff is a sprinter.
First Round Pla y-ofifs Must Be
Completed by Thursday.
chance to duplicat thaevictory of
1931. . Pairings in the annual spring All-
The strengtJh of theWy d Campu oftunmn pnoe
tracJkstersaeas to- ,11--in-Jil u oftunmn pnoe
the chance', oArfew_,v tar fr st by the Intramural Department were
places, and lbetter tem blanem made Tuesday night, and are ar-
Captain Ed Rusell apprs to ha,)( ve ranged in the usual championship,.
first place cinchedcc in the 410-yard first, and second flights. First round
dash, with histamehrl ces are to be played1 off by
DeBaker, an a.hmo star eod Thursday night, and the deadline
Ned Trnerappeas tohaveon the second rounds isSun day
things much his owen wyivIh 8 16 were placed in the champlop-
although CharlesHrnoc].t n ship flight pairings and include Me-.
diana, who defe(ate hm 1heh- comlbs and Rice, Thompson and C.
door running, will ij te ic- . Furst, Heisser and Rollins, Mi-
igan star a hardi b-at: e Yfor honor's., laryd and High, Wellman and Mor-
Edwin Lemen seemn-s satdo in- Ais, Darrow and Pratt, Gutosky and
crease the Wol canne oa by an- Rosenberg, and finally Anderson
other place in the half. and Edgert. These represent the
should T"I; i 1,11 er.highest qualifiers.
Roderick' Cox 'inth hanl-r The first flight includes Keyser
~rooer roos i th sht ad -and H. R. Furst, Hudim and Tay-
Brcokr Boos i tw s1.t ad lis lr, Lowry and Scott,1 Carsten and
cus appear str ong enough to winl Earle, Hobbard anid Barr, Lang and
places for Michigan, with Jack Reeves, and Shedder and Trumnble,
Campbell and Don Renwick being Naturally 'these men qualified with
counted on for points in* the dashes. the next highest scores to rank
Hawley Egleston vifI be in the these pairings.,
background in the, hurdles with The final flight, designated the
such stars as George, Saling of Iowa second, has but three pairs, includ-
a nd Jack Keller of Ohio State top- ing Hoover and Dodd, Miller and
piiig the timbers in record time, but Sevier, and Dana and Marshall.
will be counted on for a third or The interest manifested this year
fourth. is in keeping with the usual student
The 4:24.5 mile which Harmon interest aroused by this Intramural
Wolfe ran in the dual meet with O. event, and the field of players
F.U. may give him a place at Evans- promises plenty of close play and
ton, but first place should belong to thrilling matches before final hon-
Henry Brocksmith, Indiana's great ors are decided..
BIG TEN STANDINGS
MICHIGAN 3 1 .'750
Indiana 4 2 .607
IOWa 2 1 fib a
Purdue 3 2 .600
Wisconsin 3 2 .610
Minnesota . 3 3 .500
Illinois 3 3 .500
Chicago 2 3 .440
Northwestern 2 5 .286
Ohio State 2 5 .286
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Conference doubes. and Clarkce and - era outstanding Al-Anrc rid-
Snell will battle for the singles tclers, bat made it imposilefo
laurels. Benny to coach herr again under,_
IThe~ strongest opposition iin 4the the no-pro~fe 'va onL n
'w-man matches will probably bie rulingz.
provided by Carl Dennison, Buckeye_
star and captain, who was runner -
up in the meet lat year. The MCiR IN\I V J 'R
matches are no indication of team i C'
chanipionships, in which the Wo(-)!- ;~ tI
verines have made so pooir a show-I~ d'U! ~ ...iv
iug this season in the only iwo dual cons :sts hi, d again t Conferen-
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