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F1 a o THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Yankees Beat
Athletics While
Dodgers Lose
NEW YORK, April 26.-(I)-The
Yankees pounded out thirteen hits
today to gain a 7-1 victory over the
Philadelphia Athletics and thereby
accomplished a handsome handful of
spectacular feats.
First and foremost they displaced
the A's as American League leaders
with a record of three triumphs and
one defeat. Johnny Broaca, who
limited the losers to six hits though
he gave seven bases on balls, became
the first Yankee pitcher to go the
route this season.
Score by innings:
New York . ........ .000 211 30x-7
Philadelphia ........000 100 000-1
DODGERS LOSE TO BEES
BROOKLYN, April 26.-G')-Scor-
ing seven runs in the first two in-
nings, the Boston Bees defeated the
Dodgers, 9-5, today. The Bees
knocked Luke Hamlin out of the box
in the first inning and continufd
their drive against Ralph Birkofer,
who relieved him.
Bostond........430 100 001-9 13 0
Brooklyn ......000 012 200-5 15 4
Fette, R. Smith and Lopez; Ham-
lin, Birkhofer, Jeffocat and Phelps.
WASHINGTON--IN THE CELLAR
BOSTON, April 26.-P)--The Bos-
ton Red Sox sank the Senators a bitI
deeper into the American League cel-
lar by scoring a 12-5 triumph over
Bucky Harris' crew today. The Sox
collected fifteen hits off Deshong and

S parĀ°tan alif Mleet Is
Poastponed To May 5
s,.aca uF

The" second postponement in a
week of their scheduled meet with
Michigan State left the Varsity golf
team looking forward to their com-
ing match ,with Ohio State here
May 1.
The Spartan meet, which was slat
ed for this afternoon over the Uni:
versity golf course, has been held
over until May 5, according to Coach
Ray Courtright.
Satu rday's meet will be the secondt
of the season for the Michigan golf-
ers, having beaten Purdue here lastr
week, 12-6.
(t
Coach.es Plan
ard Practilee
For Gridder
With less than a week remaining
before the annual tussel between the
Yellows and the Blues on May 1,
Coach Harry Kipke is working his
charges hard whenever weather per-
mits in order to have the squad in
top shape for the game.
Yesterday's drizzling rain and sog-
gy grounds held up the program that
called for long, hard drills all week.
Kipke and Hunk Anderson feel that
there are still a few rough edges that
need polishing before the squads take,
the field Saturday and expect that a
few tough scrimmages will bring
about the desired results.
The annual intra-squad grid tilt
always arouses a great deal of in-
terest as it gives the Michigan fans
their first chance to view the men up-
on whom the Wolverine's future rests
next fall.
Danny Srmick, Bob Campbell, Tex
;tanton. Elmer Gedeon, Johnny
Smithers and several others wh o were
regulars on last year's grid squad are
working out on the baseball or track"
teams and won't don moleskins and
headgear until next fall's practice
sessions start. A number of hard-
working freshmen, however, have
filled their positions very capably
and may fill those posts on the regu-
lar eleven next fall.-
It is in this game which winds up
spring practice every year that the
final decision is made concerning the
freshman who is to be awarded the
Chicago Alumni Trophy for being the
most outstanding frosh prospect dur-"
ing spring practice. Last year it was
John Jordan, a center, who was hon-
ored, but this year the choice may
be very difficult to make.

Michigan Meets
Hilltopper Nine
This Afternoon
Herm Fishman Will Start
Against Western State;
Hope For Dry Field
Michigan will play its first home
baseball game of the season at 4 p.m.
this afternoon on the Varsity dia-
mond against a strong Western State
nine-that is, if the sun comes out.
and dries the infield.
Coach Ray Fisher's men are having
trouble prying the lid off the local
diamond season since their scheduled
opener with Wisconsin last week was
postponed because of rain and pros-
pects look none too bright for today;
but if the sun shines, the "Gas House
Gang" will be out there fighting.
Will Be Second Start
Herman Fishman, still the ace
hurler of the squad, despite his loss
in the first contest with Iowa, is
slated to work on the mound today
against Dave Arnold, a pitcher who
dropped an l1-inning, 3-2 decision
to the Wolverines last year and beat
Wisconsin 13-0 last week.
Strangely enough, it was Herm
Fishman that started against Ar-
nold in that game. Herm was re-
lieved by Captain Berger Larson who
went on to get credit for the vic-
tory when Don Brewer scored on a
base on balls and a wild throw in
the eleventh.
Larson's victory was the second
'or Michigan in five years of compe-
tition with the Hilltoppers, always a
strong outfit and one that had held
the State championship in baseball
for four straight years.
Title At Stake
Western State in general and Dave
Arnold in particular will be out for
revenge and a chance to regain their
Mtate title today and the contest
should be one of the besttof the cur-
rent home season.
Coach Fisher intends to start the
same line-up that took the second
game of the Iowa series. The players
in batting order will be Brewer,
Peckinpaugh, Beebe, Uricek, Kremer,
3mick, Campbell, Heyliger and Fish-
man.
The "Gas House Gang" took over
first place in the Big Ten standings
with a .667 average.
Major Standings

Opens Home Season

Netters Overcome Two College
Foes, Then Lose To Weatherman
By ART BALDAUF Friday, when the Toledo University
The weatherman, proverbially the team played here the match was
toughest opponent of Michigan practically a walkaway. With the
teams, drew firstblood Saturday as exception of the number one doubles,
far as the Varsity tennis team was which went three full sets before the
concerned when he followed them as Wolverines won to take the series 9-0,
far as Lansing for their scheduled all of the afternoon matches lasted
Hatch with the Spartans, and then only two sets.
thumbed hisnose at them between Thursday, their 7-2 win over Ypsi
raindrops. without the services of Jesse Flick
But despite that fact, Coach and Bill Mills, was equally encourag-
Johnstone's men came back not too ing. Both meets showed up a few
glum, having outwitted him on the weaknesses which still hung on after
two previous days when they hung up long winter practices, but which
victories over visiting opponents and ought to be ironed out after a little
gave hints of potentialities that will more outdoor work.
probably carry them through seven- Miller Sherwood, captain of the
teen games, more or less, in the next squad, set the pace in both meets
five weeks. and also against the Badgers during
the snring vacation game, the only

--
Herm Fishman will attempt to
hurl himself back into the win col-
umn this afternoon when he takes
the mound here at 4 o'clock this
afternoon against the Western
State Hilitoppers, but it will take
a great performance to silence the
bats of the visitors who have done
some heavy clouting in early season
contests. Dave Arnold, who will be
tossing them in for Kalamazoo
pitched here last year, and allowed
but four hits.
First Round Of I-M
Softball Nears End.
With the first round of the inter-
fraternity softball competition almost
completed, Delta Upsilon, defending
champs, and Sigma Phi, runners-up,
show promise to repeat their tri-

CampAbell Usuall y
Takes Twvo Strikes
Then Hits Safely
Baseball men are agreed that the
hitter who can take two and then
hit to right can write his own meal
ticket" in most leagues you'd care to
name. With two strikes up a pitcher
has a great advantage over the bat-
ter, who invariably tightens up to
avoid striking out.
Yet the Wolverines boast of a hit-
ter, who doesn't always hit to right,
but who shows remarkable ability to
slap out bingles when the count con-
tains two strikes. He is Bob Camp-
bell, hitherto a reserve outfielder who
is fast moving into a regular berth in
the Michigan outer corps.
He did not come into his own, how-

Linke.
Boston .......030 621 OOx-12
Washington . .010 020 020- 5

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umphs of last year.a
The D.U.'s handed Trigon a 10-21
lacing in their first game while the I.
Sigma Phi's ran over Phi Epsilon Pit
to the tune of 15-2. Both teams seems
to show plenty of power at the platea
while their respective pitching staffsY
have not been given a severe test
Good fielding featured the play of
both winners.
Alpha Tau Omega, another semi-
finalist last year, took the Delta Sig-
ma Pi crew into camp with a 12-61
victory to start off another strong 1
year. The D.K.'s turned in the bestj
hurling performance iwhen they won
the only shut-out game of the week,
trimming the Alpha Sigma Phi's 4-0.
The Dekes and D.U.'s clash this
week in what will probably be the
feature game of the week, while the
Sigma Phi's should have little trouble
in disposing of Hermitage.
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ever, until the fourth game of the
southern trip against William and
Mary College. The Wolverines, losing
10 to 8 going into the ninth inning,
managed to get two men on after two
were gone. It was the pitcher's turn
at bat, so Bob was injected in the
role of a pinch hitter.
Bob watched two strikes whizz past
him, and the fans began to leave the
premises. But the next pitch was
soundly shellacked between the left
and center fielder for a game-winning
homer.
To prove it wasn't sheer luck to hit
a third strike, Bob repeated the trick
several times during the past few
games. In the first game of the Iowa
series last week, he pinch-batted for
Patanelli, and two strikes were quick-
ly shoved by him. Then he slapped
the next pitch for a triple.
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NEW STYLES FIRST AT WILD'S
Headquarters for ARROW SHIRTS
State Street on the Campus

American League W.
New York ...........:3
Detroit ...............2
Philadelphia ..........3
Cleveland............2
Chicago .............2
Boston .. .............2
St. Louis .............2
W ashington .......... 1

L.
1
1
2
2
2
2
3
4

Pct.
,750
.667
.600
.500
.500
.500
.400
.200

Yesterday's Results
Boston 12, Washington 5.
New York 7, Philadelphia .

National League

Pittsburgh.
St. Louis ..
New York..
Philadelphia
Brooklyn ..
Boston ......
,Chicago ..

W L. Pct.
.' 0 1.000
.4 1 1.800
..3 1 .750
. 3 2 .600
..2 3 .400
..2 4 .333
.1 4 .200
.0 4 .000
ames
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Boston 9, Brooklyn5

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