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SATURD~AY, MAY 23, 1932



Wistert Chosen


Ptch Against


'Cellar Place Chicago Nine Will
.Attempt ,to Eliminate
$outhpaw jinx, Driven Away ini
Michigan State Game,
May Return.
Another chapter in the history of
Michigan's diamond team and its
battle against left-handed pitchers
will be written this afternoon on
Ferry Field as the Wolverines play
host to the University of Chicago's
'Maroons. The game will begin at
2:30 o'clock.
The Windy City outfit is holding
dlown the cellar position in the Big
Ten, with a record of two victories
and six defeats out of eight starts,
while Michigan is in sixth with
three wins and three losses in the
six contests they have played. De-
feat; for the Maize and Blue team
means elimination from the pos-
sibility of a conference title, while
for the Maroons a victory means
a slight gain in reputation.
Despite the fact that the Chicago
club is in last place, it is likely
to prove formidable to the Wol-
verines in this afternoon's game
here. 1Renshaw, a left-hander, is
the pitcher, and he is reputed to be!
one of the best collegiate hurlers in
the conference.

Sets Two Records


Pljlics Climb From
Win Over Braves;
Defeat Chicago,

Cellar' by



dssocttd Press Photo

Glenn Cunningham, stellar dis-
tance performer of the university
of Kansas, has been turning in
some notable work in his first year
of varsity track. Ile set new Big
Six meet records recently at Lin-
coln, Neb., by running the mile in
4:14.3 and the half-mile in 1:53.5.
World's ,Welterweight Champion
Is Taken to Hospital for

Bly defeating the Cincinnnati
Pteds by a two run margin, the Chi-
ago Cubs were able to remain in
irst place in the senior loop, and
fre now leading the league by a
name and a half margin. Boston
again fell before the lowly Phillies
who moved out of last place when
he Robins took the second straight
ga me from the Giants,
In the Giant-Robin game, Van
Mungo turned in his third victory
of the week when he let the New
York team down with only seven
nits while his mates gathered
twelve from the delivery of the
three opposing hurlers.
The Tigers gained a half a game
onl the league leaders who were in-
active and the Detroit team won
easily from the Chicago White Sox,
7 to 5. Trhis was the sixth victory
of the year for Vic Sorrell al-
though he was relieved late in the
game by Chief Hogsett after errors
by the rest of the team had allow-
ed the :lox to stage a rally late in
the game.
Chicago .....200 000 021- 5 11 1!
Detroit......100 330;00x- 7 10 2
Lyons, Faber, McKain and Grube;
Sorrell, Hogsett and Hayworth.
Cleveland . ..000 103 200- 6 9 1
St. Louis . .. .000 012 000- 3 5 1
Brown and Sewell; Blaeholder,
Kimsey and Ferrell, Bengough.
New York-Washington, rail-.
Only games scheduled.
Pittsburgh . .003 121 l0x- 8 13 i
St. Louis .. ..010 010 101-- 4 14 1
Haines, Carleton and Wilson;
F'rench and Grace.
Boston ......000 302 000- 5 10 1
Phillies......003 200 21x- 8 15 0
Brandt, Mangum, and. Sphorer,
Hargrave; H-olley, Berly and Davis.
Cincinnati.. 100 000 300- 4 12 11
Chicago .....006 000 00x- 6 11 2
Kolp, Benton, Rivey and Loin-
bardi; Warneke and Hlartnett.
'Brooklyn . . ..000 050 000- 5 12 0
Nlew York .. .000 110 000- 2 7 0
Mungo and Lopez; Bell, Mitchell,
Schumacher and Hogan.
Joe Curran of Flint, Mich., vet-
eran soccer player, has returned to

Superko, 3b
Waterbor, ss
Braen die, If
Tompkins, of
Diffley, e
Dantiels, Z2b

Basketball, Baseball, Volleyball than ix r ecords smiashed by fiv
of the entra nts. Norton accounted
Are Most Popular of lid for two, settin~g the 5-yacrd marl
Sport EvntsT$,. al, 25.2, andl the 100-yard.. print at-
L 5.6 G.F.Thomas ecl'ed off the --
By ChrlesA. Saford220 rase in 2:35 for another new
yChreA.anodrecord, while R. A. Snyder res et the K
(This is the laA of three articles l.0-yar d backstroke number at
summiarizin~g the Intrainuiral year.) 1:23. l3oith breaststromracFJ!ks. were
It would he strange if athletic bet1.eyed, the 50-yr yJm
perodofnie outsdi nt ete10-ar ya.C r bvnJawho
su~ ii soe yw rcois, nd hewas clocked in 1:15.6. *--
Intramural sports caleiodar ha--s rThe next record to be setasd
proved no exception to the rule. To siyerwsie lt
date no less than nine Intramuraltiserwate shot-put mark
in the fr at~exrity track meet,. 'teAit
records have been bettered by the rlumienremd to ee the weP.ht 1I
con'iletitor~s Gcf the current; ye'-r, I feet, 2 inehe, to cla imi hthno.i____
wlIhIle onethreatened. all -Lime rec Yet, 1 f,110fir e~r ,7 n1 h
orn w wa~; lfn-tly stopped. sprat-).card, Ithe all-campus :n-
,the firs t marks to be clipped was chery meet , saiw still ohrie- ~e~yWlevh hdout. a
in the all-campus bowling doubles (;rd bettered, and thlis t imv~ y Je~- hi ciiuoe aln
play, and the winning pair, Lave- Bailey, who shot a !iJ11) frdak ti'aionSia'egre
land and Waterbor, dlid it by roll- 429, "wh ich made }a V C ts':-;A!H:~ ~ig~ a ytabu
ing a high total of 1,037. Alpha CJhi of 25=3 look puny , pall ic ihIKoczhaI a eut
Sigma, holders, of the highz five- even the next two pee opd dio1o&ewy f~tdi
man score from last year, dlid not that. ~i th nil~1thwadpsit
better it, but recaptured their tl I li rtntt Wih t'i; lorce a rdurn ma Bth
Abou a mnthlate, adi aainthe 63 sports events (draw the irbAf 4
in all-campus competition, the an-Cmeiosaden h os n ~~tI -~ii
nual swimming mneet sa w no les,Et fothInrmi-ltlee., *

Vines Leads Cra wforU, 6_2,6-4,
2-6, 3-3 :sr;PianH alts
Play .'.1Zom-,C nls
PIIILAI)ELPI fhfA, Ma ly 27.---(AP)-
Rain. t'oday haltd the, Davis Cuap
play between ithey Unite d ,'t desand.
Au;stralia after- lthe ,Amerli cn cap
tnt ed faone; ;E sing'l ?les mach an 1gaind
a .asubstntial lead i the othler,
Eilsvth ines Ameian Na,-
tion:A l chapion, xvI leading Jack
craxvfmrd, u-rlin ,(-,6-4,
a [ti' aii ion .'s e (i.I er ld Tfor
thei (la.rU y il1' ;lll sme omor-
row W:lc,iC'ic ' Vthey lftl.
Frnkie guivc theUnited
Stai tes '11nni!1', u s a f>;Z lyin1'; g st lrt
C-1, 6-L9
Ivines, ca11.llmiad !ipe(rltul alo a~
ewer and strokingl-ike thec chain-
Pinhe is, ran out. tefrttwo
games with the Ino.: of-onlyvthre
ploints and went into a( --I1 lad by
1winning the fouirth g,;me.w
+Crawford auesThrill.
The Ausie cam back to tie -the
count at 3atl by xviuinrg his own
Pervice and then sahn through
Vines' (lelivery f or thI 1irst" time.
Cr aw ford held h i wasrvice at
loave to lead, 41-3. Vlis ca,,me back
to tie the cont int 4, -all rand then
went inato a --4lea,,d ras he broke
Crawford's service in an, drawn-
'out game.
After Vines had won t~he second
ret 6-4, Cra>wfocrd t3n'ew a thrill in-
to the crowd;v(wI io n lie) quickly ran
off the t'.rs5t threegme of the
third set,. The eou-,011!1;vent to 4-1
i n Craw forcd's favor as: play follow-
ed service and theivnr plut 'up a
!grand battle. It 13(rcinl~ 4-.2 when
lVines capturied 1hi-,next delivery
with two anes, then Craw ford
pounded over a loverm on his
service to lead, 5-2. The AuTstralianl
won, 6-2.
Vines came back -for the fourth
set tilled with amnbition,' tore. off
the first two games with little dif--
faculty, then broke Crawford's serv-
' Jice for the senonf I connsecutivc
'Itinme to lead, '3-2.
Rain. threatened to stop play any
minute as Crawford r allie d to take
the next two games and squcare the.'
set at 3-all. The rain anid.wfid
halted play for the (lafy.
Thle -doubles tomorrow, pitting'
Craw ford anid Ilopinan against;
Wilmner Allison and John Van Ryas.


______- -- rom ithe rd'cofcls kptit ( an be
' " / jreadily asceirtained(I hiO\ maniy in-
S1.lN N iv i chaacteors tam s, depening uuo
racterof1the 15thi 1ula
event, were enteredl for -wah ~sport
- -~- -~-- - t i-'lou ~hoot the year.
AMERICAN LEAGUE ! Bsketball l~aiks lp.
New York .. ..25 ..,, 'r Ir, to. rCje;frtecu-
Wa,.hiin g ton -. ..--.. 2,w 14 .04~Fr~ hs 4ue o h n'
erit....-... .71 rent ycrar th~ree ,team events; ,ftill
totAthletics .-. . .. .19 0 0 165 ..43jat the top o1 the list. Tley are the
Cleveland ..- . . . 20 111 .526 I 40 !bseblbsbl
St. Louis 1-..& ~ 20 .44 a ndl volleyball, although sleedballi
Chicago........ .1 2361 - has been known to stepini ahead of
Chicao 13 . .628 .176Volleyball in year-s past. The topl)
NATIONAL LEAGUE l position of these sports has resulted
Chicago __.. . __.... 24 13 .640 hl moie separate events fo0r each
Boston . ~.22 14 .6r11 ci these sports, with fraternity, in-
Cincinnati...., 21 21 .500 j depenclent, All-Camipus, and fac-
Pittsburgh.......... G 11 .1,11 iity leagtue offeredl.
Brooklyn - .. .. 17 21 .447 Amnon ; the events featun-ing in-
St.~~~~~~ Loi 6 2 4 hiciltal play, handball still main-
Phillies -........17 22 .436 tairius its lead, andl its popuilariity
New York 71 .-.14 :10 .424 may be witnessed any afternoon or
________evening of the year in the crowded,-
conditions of the handball courts
Kaye Doni Abandons !at thle Intramural Building. Its
Try for Speed Record! sister sport of squash, however, has
- heen- gaining rapidly in favor with
GARDO'NE, Italy, May 27.-(A)-' both students and faculty, and
Kaye Don, British speedboat driver, handball players are having more
today decided to abandon his at- and more trouble in getting the
tempt to set a new world speed- squash courts for their play.
boat record on Lake Garda with hisI Sonic of the newest sports, code-
~Miss England III. ' ball, badminton, arid archery, have
Don said he would return to Eng- had a satisfactory turnout this
land to discuss possible modifica- year and clearly warrant their pine-
tions in the boat with her owner, :psence on next year's card for fur-
Lord Wakefield. itiler competition.

t ' - B915 1t1 ia ostcr
Aftl 1. ?ti-ut u i tm,,11 1932 has e-
batll xes vit Iia u ,1a-dal of
pop, the Philles, &who lo ldike
one' of the pois i' o:;in the'1
National le1guet(hhiii-; the open-1
lug two weeks , of the campaig;n,
have slumiped to a place in the se
01c(1 addivision.
1In an eAf'm1t to revive the spirit
of the ball club MVanager Burt
Shotten lhas put; thie club through
a dr'Aic reorg'anwzation fpr3cessi~.I
The climax came yesterday when
Pitcher ,Jolm lBe ly was secured
from Indianapolis. Berly pitched
for the Giants all last, year and
showed a, goodl turn of speed, only
to go to the m inors in the deal w i h b o g t ufel rCen K -
necke to the Giants.
Bierly was secu7red in trade for
outfielder Doug Tait, who had ma--
jor league experience with Boston
and Chicago before joining the
Phil,, and pitcher Stewart "Lefty"
Bolen, who once hurled,-for SE.
Releases also we-re given mo
George Knothre, spare in-fielder,
and Russell Sc ,rittL, outfielder.
Both men were turned over to the
Fort Worth club of the T exa+;

Buzzell, rf
Mahoney, 2b
Lynch, -ef
1-oward, c
R'enshaw, p
Off'lI, lb
Johnson, ss

Manuel, lb - Page, if Ceiai etet
Wistert, p Lewis, 3b,
____________________CHICAGO, May 27.-(1')-Jackie 1
Fields, '25 -year -old world's welter- T
Here gain it is a question of weight champion, is suffering fromr
whether ivlichigan's old southpaw ardvso htmyedne
jinx, buried by this week's victory i mparrdvsintaIayedne
over Michigan State and Lefty his ring career. .
Griffin, will rise again and haunt 'This was exclusively learned
the Ferry field diamond today. In- by the Associated Press after re- l
dications point to the fact that it ports were first circulated that ( F
will not. Michigan has conquered Fields had been taken to Michael
the Maroons once this season inI Reese Hospital in Chicago for a
revenge for last year's defeat here,I suspected appendicitis case. Dr.
and in dloing so it was found that Harry S. Gradle, an eye specialist,
the support given the stellar hurler is in charge. Dr. Gradle while in-
was weak. sisting that Fields trouble may be
Michigancon the other hand, has temporary, said, today that a de-
been pnlaying heads-up ball in the tached retina is always suspected
field, and their i m p r o v e mn e n tf wherever a blur occurs in the vision.
throughout the season has been Fields' trouble is in his right eye.
measured and regular. They have After boxing five rounds with a
developed into a good ball club, but Negro sparring mate last Tuesday,
not with( ut a few defeats. At any the welterweight champion first
rate, the Maize and Blue hurler complained of impaired vision and
usually receives some good support. was sent to the hospital. His busi-
The recipient of the expected iiess representatives gave out re-
support this afternoon will prob- ports that 1lic was suffering from
ably be 'Whitey, Wistert, brawny suspected appendicitis instead of
sophomnore. Lackingpeiucx failing sight.
shownravgood de - Fields' impending ring contests,
peence, 1-ichasshw agode including a tithe match with Young
velopinent this year. Corbett, Fresno, Calif., southpaw at
No Line-up Change. San Francisco, on June 25, are up
Michigan's infield will probably in the air. His bout with Teddy
b)e comprised of Manuel on first, Yaroz, in Pittsburgh next Tuesday
D)anliels at second, Waterbor at night has been cancelled. The title
shrt, and acting-captain Superko nmatch with Cor-bett, however, has
ait third. Diffley will be behind the not been definitely called off, but
plate. The composition of the out- undoubtedly will be, as Dr. Gradlet
field is in doubt, but it seems prob- says Fields must be in the hospital
able that Coach Fisher of the Var- for observation for at least 10 day;
city nine will hold, as nearly as more.
possible, to the victorious nine of Dr. Gradle, while refusing to1
Wednesday's contest. In he out- commit himself, said Fields may or
field then were Braendle, Petoskey, may not be able to resume train-
and Wistert. With Wistert doing ing within a month. It all depend:s
the mound honors today, it seems on th-i result of his examination.
probable that Tompkinswill bae in Ilow Fields sustained t he eye in-
oeof the garden positions. Jury is not entirely clear.
Stale Natators Learn
to Dive Me chanicafly 'THE BJGTH
Michingan State College swimmera Since the Colonial (lays when
are now getting their diving lessons ingredients were me'asured by
without goinhg into the water.. "the bigth of a walnut" or "as
Coach Ruissell Daubert has per- big, as a haselnut," New Eng-
fected anl apparatus wh-ich permits land (dishies have been, renowned
t he stude(nt to learn all about div- for goodness and favor. Nowa-
lugp without the familiar stomach days D~earborn Inn maintains
this traditicnal quality. It at-
fsmac. tarcts those who aprneciate
T±iw uivfi i i-. C^,fl4Su1 s t a n itiics nn

suaspended by ropes through pul-
leys. Hse goes through the gyra-
tions of a back one-and-a-half or
a double somersault while two men
pull oil the slack of the rope to
prevent the dliver from falling.

tempting food in an atmosphere
of Colonial charm and hospi-
Come out and bring your
guests to dinner at this real
New England Inn. Afterwards,
play bridge in the Colonial
Loungec or enjoy the Recreation
Room. Golf, tennis and riding
near-by. The evening meal in the
Early American Dining Room,
$1.50 a plate. Midday mneals,
$1.00 and $1.25. Music by the
Dearborn Inn Trio. English
Coffee Shop-table d'hote and

I llyucOuldask for!
Ch f kdRaiPrgm
ly' &TIs J' IUS&F. WE.&AT

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