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',May19, 1932

WTHE MICHICAN DAILY

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Track. Mee

TWENTY M[ W1IL
RACE ATEVNTON
showing of Egleston, Renwick
SWill Determine Final Place
of Michigan Tracksters.
If predictions mean a thing about
the success of the Varsity track
squad, Michigan has a good chance,
of placing second in the Conference
track meet to be run off on North-
western's cinders this Saturday.
Coach Charlie Hoyt discussed the
chances of the Wolverine squad
that is going with him to Evanston,
and announced the twenty-man
team that will carry Michigan's
colors. Renwick, Campbell, and
Lamb will run the century and the
220, and of these, Campbell, al-
though in only fair condition after
his early-season injury, has good
chances of sprinting, to victory.
After making so fine a previous
showing, Campbell was kept out of
all the outdoor meets this season.
Three Quarter-Milers.
Coach Hoyt is taking with him
Russell, DeBaker, Glading, and El-
lerby, all star runners, to compete
in the quarter-mile. .Lemen and
Turner will run the 880 against a
fast field in this event.
In the distance runs, Wolfe will
cover the mile and both Hill and
Fitzgibbons the two-mile course in
a bid for Wolver-
ine laurels. Haefle
and Egleston will
race together in
both the high and
low hurdles, in. an
attempt to nose:
out Jack Keller,: <
Ohio State streak, -.
who has been run
ning away with
the hurdling hon- Campbell
ors for the past three track seasons.
Michigan will be represented by
men in every field event except the
pole vault, in which the Maize and
Blue notoriously lacks strength,
according to Hoyt. Brooks will take
care of both the shot put and the
discus.
Cox will heave the hammer, and
Roberts the javelin for the Varsity.
Jusick and Mosio in the high jump
and Rea in the broad jump are also
accompanying the team to the Big
Ten meet.1
Diamond Favors Ohio.
Philip Diamond, instructor in the
Germansdepartment at the Univer-
sity, has predicted that the Buck-
eyes, with the powerful team that
made so exceptional a showing last
week-end, would easily romp away
with first place in the Conference
sweepstakes, and that Michigan and
Indiana would fight it out for the
second place title. Mr. Diamond
has, with startling accuracy, pre-
dicted results of all of Michigan's
important meets so far this season,
and is a valuable tipster on the
success of the Varsity thinclads.
According to Hoyt, the showing
made by Renwick in the dashes
and Egleston in the hurdles will
determine the Maize and Blue's
chances for success in the meet.
Campbell also comes in for his
share of importance, as he may be
a dark horse in the century. Steve
Farrell, ex-track coach, will accom-
pany the team in the capacity of
head timer at Evanston.

MAJOR LEAGUERS POLE OUT NINE USA05 H vNtvtnR
HOME RUNS IN BIG DAY AT BATinr

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Ruth, Foxx, Dykes, Terry, Kleli,
Simmons, White, and Myer
Hit for Circuit.
Ycsterday was home run day in
the American and National leagues
with the Junior loop accounting fdr
seven of the circuit clouts, while all
the Senior league could gather Nvas
two.
Foxx, Dykes, and Simmons of the
Athletics, Ruth and Dickey of the
Yankees, and Terry of the Giants
poled out homers that contributed
to the victories of their teams. The
homers by White of the 'Tigers
Myer of the Senators, and Klein
of the Phillies aided in the run total
but were not enough to bring vic-
tory to their teams.
The Yankees were forced to go
ten innings before they were able
to defeat the Indians, thereby cx-
tending their winning streak an-
other game. Lefty Grove had someI
thing of his last year's form, as he
pitched the Athletics to a victory
over the Tigers.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 003 010 001- 2 9 3
Philadelphia 101 230 10x- 8 11 0
Batteries: Uhile and Hayworth;
Grove and Cochrane.

RIG LEAGUE STANDINGS
American League

New York .
Washington ...
Cleveland.
Detroit.......
Philadelphia ..
St. Louis ......
Chicago ......
Boston.....

WL
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.19 9
.18 14
.15 12
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Pet.
.7 60
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Pet.
.700
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.484
.433
.429
.417

Arnold, Schneider, Meyer Will
Drive in 500 Mile Grind
at Indianapolis.
Racers and their automobiles are
artiving at Indianapolis every 'day ;
for the coming 500-mile classic,'
!scheduled for Decoration D a y.
Many former winners are returning
and will try to once again reach the
peak of racing honor by annexing
the event.
Louie Schneider, the Indianapolis
motorcycle officer who won the
event in 1930, will again appear,
probably piloting a Bowes Seal Fast

DAVIS CUP TEAM FACES HARD TEST OLDFIELD TO TRY
AGAINST AUSTRALIA IN ZONE FINAL FOR SPEED MAR
Last Matches in United States Crawford and Harry ,Hopman are Veteran Racer Will Attempt
Will Be in Philadelphia, both seasoned veterans, and two of Lower Campbell's Record,
the foremost singles players in in-
__y__7 ternational tennis. In their brack- DETROIT, May 18..--(P) --Wh1
et of the American zone play, they
By Roland L. Martin. e turned back the foe with the Barney Oldfleld roars along t
The United States Davis Cup same ease as ie Americans win- hard-packed s a n d of Dayto
team will encounter their stiffes ning all five matches from Cuba Beach, Florida, next February
opposition in the American zone last week with little difficulty. the trail of a new world automob
now held by France next week when In the opinion of the experts, on speed record, as he will do if1
now eldby rane net wek henthe doubles play will hinge the out-
they meet the netters from Austral- plans mature, he wants no sen
ia in the finals. come of the final round in Phila- mlnsaturk he ts noesnr
In the first and second rounds, delphia on May 27, 23, and 29. That mental talk about a vetern :
the American youngsters were able both Crawford and Hopman will driver's "comeback attempt."
to turn back the opposition with win one of their singles matches "It will be a straight blisin
very little difficuly, making a clean seems assured, with the winner be-piroposition with me," he explal
sweep of the matches with Canada ing decided in the doublesy with"made more interEsting,.perha
in the opening round and with, Wimer Allison and John V Ryn Iad mof itsatrioticaS ec
,Mexico last week. teaming for the United States pecause o t pp .
The Australian team, however, against the Australian pair. hope to bring the world record b:
will present a different problem to Allison Is Star. to America and an American-m
the United States' quartet. Jack In the matches with Mexico at car.
----- New Orleans, Wilmer Allison was Oldfield is here to conduct wil
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National
Chicago .........
Boston ..........
Cincinnati
St. Louis ........
Philadelphia....
Brooldyn .......
New York ......

League
W
.....21
.....17
.....18
15
......13
......12
.....10

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9
10
16
16
17
16
14

Pittsburgh ..........9 17 .346 Special in an attempt to win the
event for the second consecutive
Batteries: Stewart, Coffman and year. Only one man in past history,
Ferrell; Brown, Marberry, Weaver, Tommy Milton, has ever been able
Burke and Spencer. to win the great auto classic more
than once.
NATIONAL LEAGUE Meyer Is Entered.
Roston 100 210 100-5 12 3 Other former champions who will
St. Louis 000 000 102-3 5 2 begin their qualifying attempts
Batteries: Zachary and Har- next week are Louie Meyer, the
graves; ,Hames, Lindsey, Carleton i Golden Gate pride, and Peter De
and Wilson. Paolo. De Paolo, nephew of the
New York 010 000 701-9 12 1 famous Ralph De Palma, and him-
Cincinnati 300 000 000-3 10 1 self a driver of no mean ability,
Batteries: Schumacher, Mitchell, will attempt to disprove the theory
Hogan 'and 'arrell; Johnson, that "they never come back."
Ben ton, Ogden, Lombardi and Asb- Shorty Cantlon of Detroit has al-
ornson. ready appeared but may not start
Chiladelphia 000 003 010-4 17 0 the race, due to the fact that he is
hBateries: BengeElliott1andVsuffering from an injured leg which
Batteries: Bongo, Elliott, and ' he is trying to get into sufflicient
Davis; Bush and Hartnett. condition to pilot an entry.
Brooklyn 000 301 000-4 9 2 One of the greatest of modern
Pittsburgh 000 000 110-2 4 0 racers, Billy Arnold, the high-riding
Batteries: Clark and Lopez; Swift, piano-playing lad from Chicago,
,French and Grace. p

ILS

!kSLIB!'LL tMEEJT.
SET FOR TODAY3

Cleveland 000 010 010 0 -2 6 1
New Yor ' 100 100 000 1 11 0
13atterie-: Brown and Myatt,
Johnson and Dickey.
Chicago 200 002 123 ---10 10 1
Boston 102 042 22x-1,3 18 2
Batteries: Faber, Thomas, Gre g-
ory, Fiebert, Caraway and Berry;
Wieland, Moore, Kline and Tate.
St. Louis 302 001 050-11 17 0
Washington 004 001 200- 7 16 0

Campus baseball players will
meet this afternoon on the fresh-
man field in the annual baseball
field day conducted by the intra-
mural department. The meet will
start at 4:15 o'clock, with 100 men
expected to participate.
Any student on the campus may
enter in the competition in the sev-
en events which are carded for this
1 afternoon., The Intramural depart--
ment will award gold medals to tie
winners in each event.
Competition will be held in the
following: Baseball throw for dis-
tance, fungo hit for distance, base
running for fastest time, bunt and
race to first against time, target
throw, pitcher's zone throw, and
catcher's throw.to second for ac-
curacy.

y lgam L II AL.-) .?4 g II1AA U ,1 g , A111 U 1
his singles match from Ricardo Ta-
Ipa, Mexican ace, in straight sets,
and teaming with Van Ryn to tarn
back Tapia and Alfonso Unda in
the doubles, 6-1, 6-2, 3-6, 9-7.
Ellsworth Vines continues to have
trouble in elevating his low drive
over the net, but succeeded in de-
feating both Unda and Tapia, the
former in straight sets
As in the match with Canada,
Frank Shields, the fourth member
of the American squad, substituted
for Allison in the Inal day's play.
Playing at top form, he easily swept
aside a Mexican youngster, Ed-
uardo Mestre, i straighbt sets, 6-0,
6-1, 6-0.

Just Received

tunnel tests on a model of thez4-
cylinder, four-wheel drive car in
which he hopes to exceed the
253.968 miles per hour record set,
last February 24 by Malcolm Camp-
bell, of England, also at Daytona
Beach. Three hundred miles an
hour is his goal.

Large Shipment of
Gabardine Trench Coats

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FRESHMAN SQUAD
DISPLAYSABILITY
Coach Doherty's freshman track
squad has several men who will be
promising material for next year's
varsity squad. There is no doubt
about Willis Ward, the giant negro
star, He will probably be worked
in abouthas many events as pos-
sible, although the high jump and
the low and high hurdles are his
specialties. He has been working
diligently on the shot put during
the last several months and hemay
be proficient in it when next year
rolls around. Pantlind has been
giving Ward quite a struggle in the
hurdle events and has been beat-
ing him in the high hurdles lately.
The squad is weak in the middle
distance events and it is highly im-
probable that Coach Hoyt will gain
any strong material for his team
from the freshman squad in these
events. There are three good dis-
tance runers, with Roddy Howell
ranking as the best of the group.
The other two are McMillen and
Servis.
In the field events there are two
outstanding stars, both of whom
are doing as well as the varsity men
in these positions. Kositchek is a
great javelin thrower and in the
telegraphic meet with the Ohio
State freshman last week he equal-
led the mark of the winner of that
event in the regular varsity meet
between the Wolves and the Buck-
eyes. Jennette is the best of the
pole vaulters and is as good as the
varsity men.

Oosterbaan Announces

winner of the 1930 event, will re-
turn to try to recapture his crown.
Old Drivers Back.

Badminton.
Two outdoor badminton courts
have been built west of the In-
tramural building for the use of
students and faculty. The courts
are open for play any time of the
day.

McGregor
$1.95,

Sweaters
$2.45

I earling Base
Anouncement was
first team of the fresY
squad following the s
played versus the Va
daily practice drills.
According to Coact
the team falls into lin
Bachman, and Rondor
at home plate; Patch
pitching, Paulson at fi
field on second sack,
ing down third, and'
short. In the outfiel
back, Greenstone, an
left, center, and righ
spectively.
After a cut at the
week, the eighteen oz
outfit will concentrat
practice.

!ball Nine' The usual string of drivers, who
have often been contenders but
made of the never managed to quite reach vic-
hman baseball tory, will be back in the fold. Such
eries of games men as "Wild" Bill Cummings, the
rsity and the great dirt-track driver, Ernie Trip-
lett, of Pittsburgh, who has had two
h Oosterbaan, 1 great years in the minor events,j
e with Baker, and Chet Miller, another Detroit
ne alternating boy. Miller finished tenth last year.
in and Hosler He will pilot one of Buddy Marr's
rst base, May- entries. Frank Miller, another De-
Roerhig hold- troiter who is no relation to Chet,
Teitlebaum at will be at the wheel of Marr's other
d are Dunna- mount.
d Dooling, at It is rumored that the colorful
t gardens re- French racer, Leon Duray, will
again enter. Duray, a wealthy man,
end of the enters the race for speed only and
r twenty-man tries to secure as much lap-money
te on batting as possible before he is forced from
1 the race, an inevitable result.

Fraternity Net Teams
Reach Quarter Finals
All teams in the fraternity tennis
race have reached the quarter-fi-
nals, with the teams matched to
play on Monday. The race so far
has been marked by the early elim-
ination of last year's champions,
Phi Beta Delta, who were put out
in the first round by Pi Lambda Phi.
The eight teams have been ad-!
vanced to the quarter finals and are
Delta Phi, Sigma Nu, Chi Psi, Alpha
Kappa Lambda, Pi Lambda Phi, Phi
Beta Pi, and Tau Kappa Epsilon. Of
the eight teams, the netmen from
Chi Psi appear to -have the 'best
chance to cop the crown which has
been left vacant by the defeat of
last year's champion.

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