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MAY 14, 1937

TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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PAGE SEVEN

In The Majors

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston ........ .000 000 000-0 5 2
Detroit ....:.... 010 002 01x-4 5 0
W. Ferrell and R. Ferrell; Gill and
Cochrane.
New York .....201 100 000-4 12 0
St, Louis .......200 000 000-2 8 1
Gomez and Jorgens; Walkup, Tho-
mas and Hemsley.
Washington . .011 003 203-10 14 2
Chicago . ...000 002 000- 2 8 2
Deshong and Riddle; Lee, Chelini,
Sewell.
Philadelphia, Cleveland, rain.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago . . .003 020 000 003-8 10 1
Boston . .010 001 102 001-6 13 3
Lee, Parmelee, Shoun and Bottar-
ini, Hartnett; Weir, Hutchinson,
Smith, Bush and Lopez.

Netters Engage
Three Teams
ThIs Week-En1d
Varsity To Play Michigan
Stare Here Today; Face,
Toledo Tomorrow
Michigan's Varsity tennis team,
rained out in its last two scheduled
engagements, plays its last trio of
games this week-end in an effort to
get back into the win column before]
the arrival of Big Ten opponents in
Ann Arbor next week for the Confer-
ence meet.
Today they are hosts to Michigant
State. The meet was originally
scheduled for last Wednesday, but
like the first engagement at East
Lansing, April 23, it was cancelled]
because of rain. Tomorrow and Mon-

Big Ten Track Meet
Tickets Are Available
Twelve thousand seats at the finals
of the annual Big Ten Track and
Field Meet to be held here May 21 andj
22 will be reserved, according to Har-
ry Tillotson, ticket manager. All seats'
parallel the stretch of the 440-yard
track.
Prices for the finals have been set'
at $1.10, it was announced, with stu-
dents admitted for 40 cents. Seats'
for the preliminaries on Friday will
be 40 cents or admission by the $1.10
ticket for the finals. Tickets are on
sale at the Athletic Administration'
Building.
Palmer Hurls1
No Hit Victory
For Cihi Psi's -
Chalking up his second no-hit, no-

Northwestern
Is Not Certain

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Of Nt Crown'
By ART BALDAUF ANGLE
Northwestern's Varsity tennis team,
Conference champions last year, un- .a.. By GEO. J. ANDRO
til recently were pretty confident they
would repeat over Chicago et al in the A Great Record . .
coming battl nt An Arhrb v

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umg ra ue au inn ardor next;
week-end. Now they are beginning
to wonder if they haven'tbeen just
floating around on a cloud of some
sort, and if they're not still just sec-
ond place material.
They hung up an impressive victory
string this season punctuated by 6-0;
scores over Iowa and Illinois, and 8-1
win over Michigan, and several oth-
ers which look practically as good.
Then last week the Maroons took
them by the hand and sent them
home on the short end of an 8-1 score.
To prove they weren't joking, and
really didn't believe the Wildcats

MICHIGAN'S Varsity thinclads are
favorites to capt~ure the Big Ten
title one week from Saturday at Fer-
ry Field, and with that victory the
track class of 1937 will have culm-
inated a great record. In the three
years the present
seniors on Coach
Charlie Hoyt's team
have been running
i n intercollegiate
competition t h e y
have won the Con-
ference i n d o o r
champ i o n ship

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Pittsburgh .....010 100 000-2
New York.......110 030 00x-5
Brandt, Hoyt, Bauers, Brown
Todd; Hubbell and Mancuso.

6 1
13 0
and

St. Louis ...... .200 200 100-5 7 21

Philadelphia . .. .000 013 000-4 8 4 day they take to the road, playing run performance of the year, Jackakwll have taken th
Warneke, Johnson and Ogrodow- the Toledo Tennis Club at Toledo to- Palmer kept the Chi Psi nine in the UMPIRES NEEDED outdoor crown tw
ski; Mulcahy and Atwood. morrow, and the Detroit Tennis Club nI Approximately 20 persons are out of three time
Cincinnati ...... 000 3raln0210 00-4 8 2tDeriMody running for the I-M softball title nedepp rvatsu20personsar -with a tie fo
.when he shutout Theta Chi, 9-0 yes- needed to serve as umpires Thurs-
Brooklyn.......002 102 x-6 8 1 The Wolverines have been some- ry day, Friday and Saturday, May Sammy Stoller second coming in
Hallahan, Derringer, Vandemeer what hampered by the absence of ield 20-22, for the Conference tennis 1936. To Capt. Bob Osgood, Sammy
and Davis; Frankhouse, Jeffcoat Bill Mills from the lineup, who has meet being held here. Matches will Stoller, Stan Birleson, Clayt Brels-
Hamlin and Spencer. been out all week with a severe cold. The team of Palmer and Palmer, be played during the mornings ford, Hbwdie Davidson, Fred Stiles
Coach Johnstone expects to be able Bob doing the receiving for his bro- and afternoons of those days. All and the rest goes a lot of credit for
CANINE PLAGUE to use him in the remaining matches, ther, practically won the game single- persons who can aid tourney of- the success of one of Michigan's most
however but should he be unable to handed when in the third inning, with ficials in this capacity and are successful teams during a period out-
Seventy-five per cent of all grey- play, John Kidwell will probably get three men on board, Bob poled a long willing to donate their services are standing for the lack of victories it
hound puppies die before reaching the call to fill sixth position and Jar- homer into center field to clear the urged to call Coach John John- brought the Wolverine football team.
maturity while being trained for dog vis Dean, Jesse Flick, Neil Levenson, bags and Jack, next up, emmulated stone at Ann Arbor 23779, and
racing. and Bill Wollsey will probably be this feat, parking one in the same
thirfetbaring inehefurther arrangemnents will be]
moved up a notch to fill the gap. spot to score the fifth run of the in- made. The Spirit 0- ('t) c tidto
UNIvEfrSIY ANNOUNCE OPEN SITE John Lillie cinched the win for the could give them much trouble they PEAKING OF TRACK I must men-
The Michigan section qualifying Chi Psi's when, with passes issued, made it two straight yesterday, this tion again that Coach Hoyt's
trials for the National Open Golf to two preceding batters, he doubled time 7-2. teams have been a shining example of
SERVICE tournament will be held at Oakland to score both runners. Bob Palmer Are Still Confident Iwhat Mr. Yost calls "the Meechigan
SOUTH UNIV. app. The Den Hills Country Club, Detroit, the site then doubled for a perfect day at the bBut despite these two mjor st- spirit" tl ihgnRu nning on the cindrs for
Sof the tournament, on June 1. plate and scored Lillie from second. backs Coach Paul Bennett's men still Michigan you will always find a de-
n rgames. Phi Lambda, think they can turn the tables, and, ternined bunch of men who do not
~ Dtlta (loned Delta Sigma Delta, 16- are grilling for the Big Ten meet here know the meaning of the word "quit."
'9 next week to prove it. Working hard in every day's practice
Heading the Purple are Russell -usually to the point where Chuck

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and George Ball, who rank just about] Insto aply a restraiig nand
equal with the Murphys of Chicago. they are always ready to do their best
Russell, captain this year, is playing at meet time. And if they slip one{
in number three position and George week, they are back up the next.
in number one. They stand fourth "Morale" and "spirit of competition,"
and seventh in Western indoors rank-1 Hoyt calls- it, and good Michigan
ings and were fourteenth and fif- track teams will probably go on for-
teenth in Intercollegiate ranking. ever.
Adelman Is Regular _
Ollie Adelman, flashy backfield star
on ine Purple football team, and Dick
ie are the other two regulars.
zzgg held the trans-Mississippi and
Iowa City championships in 1935 and
att prsent ranks seventh in the Mis-
u: valle'Y region.
The Bennett men are generally"
conceded to be a well-balanced
team, with of course, the Ball bro-
thers their main hopes for another l
title, Aside from Chicago, and a fewughot M
the Conference, they have little to
worry about. Unless they miss the
train out of Chicago they should take ForY
second place, "but," say the Bennett-
men, "that isn't exactly what we
want."
indiama Nine Whips
Wolver'incs, 10 To 6
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to third and went to third on Bob
Campbell's perfectly placed bunt.
With the bags loaded, Vic Heyliger
popped out to the first baseman. Then
Burt Smith laid a perfect squeez'e
bunt down first, scoring Kremer.
Peckinpaugh ended the inning, pitch-
er to first.
The Wolverines scored again in the
third when Steve Uricek doubled af-
er two were out and scored on Krem-
er's single.
In their half of the third, the Hoo-
siers scored three more runs. Hobson
walked, Clark singled and Andres
walked, loading the bases. The first
two men scored on infield outs by
Hosler and Beeker. Then Abernathy
doubled Andres home.
Indiana gathered two more runs in
the fourth when three successive
bunts went for hits to jam the bases
again. Then Smith struck out Clark,
but walked Andres and Hosler, forc-
ing in two runs.

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