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LY,MAY,933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
amond Squad Ends Season At Ohio State Today And Tomo

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Speedway Classic

Sle~c(,-sarsAre EX1)t(I('
I La-,t Year's ouis

None had a right to be more
amused at that lead than T. Hawley
Tapping. "Tap," who is general sec-
retary of the Alumni Association, was
in close contact with that situation
and his story is quite different.
Actually, of course, the "good folk
of Ann Arbor" had very little to do
with.the case. The team had figured,
"Tap" says, on sending 10 of the
best men by auto. These men would
be able, they figured, to make at
least a showing, even with the fatigue
of a Conference meet upon them.
THERE was, of course, the problem
of expense. TheC 10 men figured
they could go by auto and finance
the trip themselves. But in Boston
there would be the question of two
meals Thursday, three Friday, and
two Saturday, with lodging Thursday
and Friday. The men considered
staging an informal track meet
among themselves to raise some
money. Then they appealed to "Tap"
to get in touch with members of
the New England Alumni Association.
"Tap" did, and things happened.
Letters, telegrams, and a long tele-
phone conversation brought results.
The New England alumni would put
up at least $100 to care for the
team's stay in Boston. They would
put the men up at their homes and
at the University Club. Inj short,
Michigan alumni w o u 1 d come
through.
The only reason the whole plan
failed-and there were a lot of tears
among the old grads in the East that
it did fail-is a very logical one, and
the team understood it, "Tap" said.
It was, of course, that two dual meets
and winning the Big Ten champion-
ship in a few days previous to the
time would have prevented a re-
markable showing; further, the men
would have found it necessary to be
gone from last Wednesday until yes-
terday. This was obviously too long a
time to be gone from classes with
five days to finals. So the entries
were withdrawn.
But it showed that a team that
wins the Western Conference cham-
pionship, or any other Michigan
team for that matter, can always get
the support it needs.
* * *
TALKING with "Tap" brought us
some welcome news about De-
Hart Hubbard, Michigan's great
Negro track man of five or six years
ago. A very optimistic letter to the
alumni secretary tells that Hubbard
is now a member of the Public Rec-
reation Commission of the City of
Cincinnati, in charge of recreation
for Cincinnati Negroes.
* * *
Press, we note that Robert Las-
siter, Yale's football captain was
elected to Pundits, Yale society of
"Sages and Wits." The reason given
was because "every year he runs fas-
siter and fassiter" . . . Ouch!
Score one for Yale, but while this
nominating is going on, we'd like to
nominate John Regezi . . . a darn
fine punter, though somewhat creezi.
Delta Ta Delta Wins
Game In Extra Period
Delta Tau Delta defeated Phi
Kappa Psi yesterday afternoon in the
semi-finals of the Inter-fraternity
softball league in an extra-inning
game, 1 to 0. The winning run was
scored by Berger who singled, stole
second, and was sent home on a
team-mate's hit. The Deltas will
meet Sigma Nu at 5 o'clock Wednes-
day night in the finals. Sigma N
defeated Phi Lamba Kappa yester-
day 6 to 3.
The Untouchables won a semi-
final game in the independent league
from the Flying Dutchmen yesterday,
6 to 3, and will meet the Bluebirds
in the finals.

AEN AVANT *Vol forw,.d
AA
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Seeking a tie for second place in
the final Conference standings, the
Michigan baseball team will play two
games with the Ohio State team at
Columbus today and tomorrow.
Minnesota has already cinched the
title but victories today and tomor-
row will give the Wolverines a record
of seven victories and two defeats in
Big Ten competition, to tie with
Northwestern for runner-up place in
the final standings.
Coach Ray Fisher's men already
have scored two victories over the
Buckeyes in games played at Ferry
Field during homecoming week-end,
and the Wolverine coach feels that
his proteges have a good chance to
repeat the feat today and tomorrow.
Art Patchin has been selected as
starting pitcher for today's tilt,
which is scheduled to start at 2 p. mn.
Patchin hasn't been up to his usual
form in recent starts, having to be
jerked on several occasions for relief
hurlers, but Fisher feels that the
youngster has had sufficient rest
since his disastrous start against
State last Wednesday, and will be
able to go the route today.
Whitey Wistert, who appeared to
reach top notch form in blanking In-
diana with five
hits last Saturday,
will probably have
the honor of pitch-.
ing the last game ,
of the season, to-
morrow. The ele-
phantine bl o n d
beat the Bucks, 4
to 1, here in the<
second game of
the home series,
giving them five
scattered bingles. WI Er2T .
Williams, Estell,
Ulrich and Blue are all available for
the two tilts, with the latter two
probably getting the call to start on
the successive days, since William
.and Estell were unimpressive against
Otterbein last Wednesday.
Fisher will use the same line-up
that beat Indiana Saturday, with
Stan Ware holding down first base,
although Johnny Regeczi may get his
long-awaited chance at the initial
sack during one of the contests.
Only three Wolverines will be
making their last appearance, Cap-
tain Mike Diffley will be behind the
bat for the last time for Michigan,
while Ken Manuel and Buck Water-
bor will also graduate this spring,
leaving six regulars, Teitlebaum and
Paulson, who have been out with in-
juries, and a flock of substitutes are
available for next spring's campaign.
The probable line-ups follow:

-Associatea .vress Photo
These two veterans of auto racing will be among the leaders in
the field to compete in this year's Memorial day 500-mile race at the
Indianapolis Speedway. "Wild Bill" Cummings Qeft) of Indianapolis
won the cutside frent line starting post, while Louis Schneider, also of
Indianapolis and winner of the 1931 classic, qualified for the' event.
These two boys along with Fred Frame, last year's daredevil winner
and Ernie Triplett, both of Los Angeles, are expected to be among the
leaders in tomorrow's big event.

Awards Given
To Golf Team
And Freshmen

Appelt Is Star
In Ohio State

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Ken Dohe
M. Alexan
Harvey P
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Ellen, Mil
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Boyd T.I
mond Bla

nbers of the Michigan golf Although the 3 to 3 tic with Ohio
re awarded letters yester- State proved disappointing to the
roaches Thomas 0. True- Michigan tennis team last week-end,
d Ray Courtright. These there were several redeeming per-
are given to those members formances by Appelt and Baldwin.
ruad who hadplayedn ofAppelt continued the brilliant bit
d meets or in the Westerno tennis he has been accomplishing
;e Tournament, last week, since his rise from the "B" team to
Michigan retained its title the Varsity. In his match with Pop-
men named were Captain pleton, he once more showed the
Menominee; John Fischer, fighting spirit by coming back to
; George David, Detroit; win after he had lost the first set,
yton, Kalamazoo; Clarence 5-7. The second set was a repetitionI
Ann Arbor, and Carroll of the first in its' being fought for
and Rapids. from start to finish, but won, how-
Ben Oosterbaan named 18 ever, by the Wolverine, 8-6. The de-i
nts of freshman numeral ciding set proved to be all Appelt and
baseball. These were G. was easily taken by him, 6-1.
vo Lahti, and G. Lerner of Baldwin was the only other Michi-
J. Bolls, S. Remias, and A. gan man to win a singles match. He
Chicago; H. Hertz, A. Hil- beat Weiss, the Buckeye No. 4 man,
. Walbridge of Buffalo; C. in two drab sets, 6-4 and 6-4.
turgis; L. Hall, Raynham, Nisen, who played No. 1 man be-
Hockenburger, Rochester, cause of the absence of Captain Dick
Jablonski, New Brunswick, Snell and Seymour Siegal, turned in
Lund, Syracuse, N. Y.; G. a game that was somewhat dis-
Negaunee; R. Spence, sagi- couraging. After leading the Ohio
arbox, North Collins, N. Y.; State player, Chambers, in the first
Big Rapids. set, 3-0, Nisen just fell apart and
-five freshmen were given lost the rest of the games, the score
awards in track by Coach1of that set ending 6-3 in favor of the
erty. These were: Martin Buckeye. The next set saw Nisen
nder, Sheldon L. Drennan, losing all of his service games, win-
atton, James A. Randall, fing all but one of his opponent's
ar H. Schauer, Detroit; Ed- services, and thus losing the set and
Stone, Chicago; Boyd E. match, 6-4. Another case of failing
waukee; Chester D. Barnes to come through after being on top
rt L. Morris, Ann Arbor; at the start was that of Sandusky
Bolitho, Manistiue; Rich- who lost his match although he had
ke, DesMoines, Ia. won the first set.

Michigan
Artz, rf
Waterbor, 2b
Braendle, If
Petoskey, cf
Diffley, c
Manuel, ss
Ware, lb
Oliver, 3b
Patchin, p

Ohio State
Prosenjak, rf
Colburn, ef
Lewis, 3b
Hale, If
McAfee, lb
Clowson, 2b
Bayer, ss
Sharp, c
Ulrich, p
Blue, p

Smarvin Chapman. Wasilington.
D. C.; Nelson R. Drouillard, St. Clair;
Frank E. Freshwater, Grosse Pointe
Park; Fred W. Gooding, Lima, 0.;
Paul J. Gorman, Buffalo, N. Y.;
David S. Hunn, Elkhart, Ind.; Mor-
Ica C. Hunt, Alpena; John H. Kauf-
man, Mt. Clemens; John A. Perkins,
Owosso; Melvin Silverman, Ruther-
ford, N. J.; Harvey H. Smith, Lake-
wood, O.; Ben Starr, Gary, Ind.;
Burton T. Stockton, Albion, N. Y.,
and John D. Viergiver, Algonac.
'TACK CAPTAINj
The Wolverine track team will
elect next year's captain and man..
ager Thursday afternoon when it
meets for a group picture.
I' jul

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