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SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1932.
MICHIGAN TO MEET
BIG TEN BASEBALL1
CHAMPIONS TODAY
Miffs acid McNeal to Meet for
First Time This Season
int Crucial Game.
INDIANS ARE STRONG
Wolves Must Show Improved
Batting to Defeat Title
Holding Illini Team.

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LEADING CONTENDERS FOR CONFERENCE HONORS.

Undefeated Yale Crew Favored
to. Capture Regatta on
I Lake Cayuga Today.
"Speed andl more speed," is the
cry of the Eastern crew coaches as
the eig7hts go into their mid-season
-1id. Shif~ting of men on at least
one crack crew every day is the
result. It i + a rare day indeed when
a transfer is not effected between
varsity and jayvee boats, in an
incesant search for speed.
The Eastern oarsmen have been
Iworking indoors and out since fall,
and now they have arrived at the
height of their competitive year.
All eyes are turned toward the
Poughkeepsie regatta which will
wind up the season, but many dual,
triangular, and quadrangular meets
yet remain.
Yale Crew is Heoavy.

STONE IIT S HOMER TO AID TIGERS
IN EXTRA INNING WIN OVER CHISOX

in 11 Inning Tilt, 3 to 2;
Braves Crush Phillies.

Johnny Stone, Tiger left fielder,
hit a home run yesterday in the
eleventh inning of the Chicago-De-
troit game with Rogll on first to
aid in the defeat of the White Sox,
8 to 5.
In another eleven inning battle,
Cincinnati scored two runs in their
half of the final frame to defeat the
league leading Cubs, 3 to 2. The
Reds tied the game in the last of
the ninth after Chicago had held a
one-run lead since the third. Boston
gained on the Cubs by trouncing
the Phillie4, 10 to 0.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 002 002 100 03-8 15 3
Chicago 102 020 000 00-5 7 1
Bridges, Herring, Hogsett and
Hayworth; Fr asier and Berry.
Washington 002 000 001-3 9 1
New York 104 001 00x-6 8 0
Weaver, Burke and Berg; Gomez
and Dickey.,
Boston 000.000 010-1 5 11

BIG LEAGUE STANDINGS
American League.
W LFPci
New York........ 20 8 .7 1
Washington ....... 21 10 .6 7
Cleveland ......... 19 14 .57
Detroit ...........16 -12 .52
Philadelphia ....... 15 14 . 51
St. Louis......... 15 18 .415
Chicago ........... 9 20,'.31
Boston............ 5 24 .17
National League.
W LP
Chicago ..........22 -10 688
Boston ...........17 11 C60
Cincinnati......... 19 17 528
St. Louis......... "15 17 A:6
New York ......... 11 14 .44
Philadelphia.......13 18 49
Brooklyn... ..12 18 .40
Pittsburg~h........ 11 17 393

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by John Thomas
George Mills will probably face
the Wolverines today at Champaign
as Coach Fisher's baseball team
plays its second game in two days.
The star Illini hurler won a 9-8
dlecilsion over Chicago last Wednes-
dIay and is in trim for another trip
to the mound today.
Eddie Tryban, short stop an'd co-
captain with Mills, is the leading
hitter on the Indian nine. Cher-
vinko, catcher, and Gbur, second
baseman, are two other infielders
that may bust up any b'all game in
the usual manner.
McNeal To Pitch.
Coach Fisher wil send Harley
McNeal against Illinois today. If
Michigan can hit as they did in
the last few games, McNeal may he
able to chalk up another, victory
over a Conference opponent. Mc-
Ne al has been given less support
with the stick than other Michigan
pitchec.rs so far this season and Illi-
nois is strong enough to wi unless
the: Wolves openf up with a flock
of :afe hits.
The- Illini outfield is far inferior
t o the infield. Chervinko, Wahl,
TryanGbur, and Schustek corn-
prtise one of the best infields in the
Bigf Ten:i, both defivlely axnd in
Coachl Fisher's team will be sired
after twot train-trips in' two days
and may not come through as ex-
pected.; H owever, Tompkins, Super-
ko and Diffley are seasoned players
that may be able to lead the team
oni to another Big 'Tien victory.
Wrobke May Be Used.

Fr

raternity Baseball,
Reaches ,semi-Finals

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One of the foremost of these will !Philadelphia 010 200 12x-6 11 21
come off today when the crews rep-j Durham, Moore, Kline and Tate,
resenting Cornell, Yale, and Prince-I Coninolly; Walberg, Grove, and
ton me.et on Lake Cayuga at Ithaca, Cochrane.
N.Y., for the Carnegie Cup contest. St. Louis 003 202 102- 7 11,2
Advance predictions meake out the Cleveland 110 700 02x--11 9 2~
undefeated Yale crew to be theI Hadley, Hlebert, Cooney and F.
winner of this afternoon's set- to, Ferrell, Bengough; W. Ferrell, Con-
onf the historical lake. The Bulldogs nallyHudclin and Myatt.
aver, o 180 p~ounds per man-th-',Ae
lht avi,.t crew Yale has ever put in A I N LL U U
Yale hais sc-ired victories over~ the Pitt sburghl 010 000 112-5 13 0
tLop -11i 4,iettights of the Eastern seat- Wit. Louis 000) 000 00)0-A0 2 0
s(Al, with defeats of M.I.., Coltuin- French and Grace; Derringer,
bia, acid Penn. Since Pennt has Carleton andl Mancuiso.
all e'ary beat en Harvard, undefea tedr Philadelphia 000 000 000-- 0 5 3
List year, the New Haven ourtf't 1Boston. 010 160 20x--10 12 0
l w i i:, as the bestrbiJn'e in the C Collins, Grabowski, Dudley and
::I,;!. V. Davis, Todd; Betts and Hargrave.
F, in and Columbia are rated New York 22 000 230--9 11. 1
a.-)u below the Bulldogs, a~nd liar- Brooklyn 210 010 000-4 11, 1
ya rdl is well tip in the runniing, Hubbell i n d Hogan; Vance,
while Princeton has not had muich 'Phurston and~ Lopez.
:ipii(, as yet. Wisc~onsinl in Chicago 001 000 000 01--2 7 0
Vh- W(%t eni Colferencee will uphold Cincinnati 000 000 001 02-3 8 3
l c oa-,iiianshrip of the middle Vest Wvarnecke and llairtntt; Frey,
01it is e oug.hkeepsie regatta. I.To hnson arnd Lombardi.

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Three teams have already quali-
fied for the semi-finals of the Fra-
ternity baseball tourney. They are
Delta Tau Delta, Sigma Nu and
Delta Phi. The 'fourth place will
be determined next week, when Phi
Sigma Delta, the defending cham-
pions, clash with Lambda Chi Al-
pha. This is the first playoff game
for each of these teams. -The win-
ner of the contest will face Phi
Kappa Psi later in the week.

Shown above are someW of the outstanding stars of the Wester il
Conferenice track and field meet which will be concluded this afternoon
at Evanston. Fr'an~k Purmna, star' discus heaver of the Illini, placed
second to Brooker Brooks of Michigan in the preliminaries yesterday.'
Jack .Keller, outstanding Scarlet and Grey timber topper was forced to
take second honors in both the high and low hurdles when George Sal-
ing, Iowa State, stepped over the sticks to establish the fastest time in
1)oth events.
Richard Gohl, one of the foremost broad jumpers in the Big Ten,
was forced out of the limelight in yesterday's qualifying rounds by
Brooks, versatile Negro star of the Chicago Maroons, whose leap of 23
feet 6 inches was the day's best effort.1
George Wright, crack two-miler of the Wisconsin Cardinals and the
runner who was given the best chance to extend Brocksmith in the long
grind, will bfe unable to compete because of an injury to his leg.
Henry Brocksmith, who established "a new indoor mark for the
conference by running the mile in 4:12.5 on the boards this winter;~
seems to be a likely dual winner in both the mile and two mhile runs.

Vetek anMiclucran
Will Play Local

Men
None

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THEY'RE
HERE!

Ann Arbor's league, baseball teamn
will attemp~t to beat their former
teammates next Wednesday at "West
Park in a baseball game for the
benefit of the Drum. arid Bugle
Corps of the American Legion. Thie
old-timers, however, expect to b o
pushed to the limit the whole nine
innings in ordler to register a vic-
tory.
Several Michigan alumni will be
playing with the old-timers, among
them being Coach Harry Kipke,
Benny Oosterbaan, Jack Dunn, Don
Duncanson, Pete Bowen, and Harry
Caswell.

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