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April 24, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 145) • Page Image 1

Wolverines ma be playing. Yesterday the Wester Conference champions from Illi ois happened to be the unluck party, with the result that 'th lanky Michigan right-hander seI them home smarting under a 4 t 1…

… defeat. Good as McNeal was, it took mor than good pitching to stop the I lini. And that extra punch, in ad dition to the timely thunder car ried in the Wolverine bats, was sup plied by a brand new made…

… by setting 11 of the Wolverin down on strikes, but when mi were on bases he had a tough tir in keeping the Maize and Blue ba ters from giving the ball a ride.P that, he w o u I d have scrap through…

…- partment of economics, to explain why his department taught an eco- nomic system which allowed certain Two Wolverines go Hitless. Of the Michigan batters, ont 'Mike Diffley and Ken Manuel faile to hit…

April 24, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 145) • Page Image 3

… Phila ig off several good plays.itt r a S delphia hurlers, winning 16 to 5. Thngolsveriaemgtopltes. td Pittsourgh and St. Louis indulged I The Yankees collected six runs in The Wolverine mentor alternated…

… to 1 (Continued from Page 1) end inning the Wolverine third stcker poled a mighty wallop be- tween right and center clear to the tennis courts, but in circling the U ases neglected to touch third and…

April 23, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 144) • Page Image 1

… TO MEET ILLIN BALLTEAM \BG{ ITEN OPEER Harley McNeal to Be on Mound for Wolverines Against George Mills. FOUR NEW MEN TO PLAY Count on Outfielders to Supply Punch to Michigani Attack. By Sheldon C…

…. Fullerton Harley McNeal, right handed ace of Coach Ray Fisher's Michigan baseball team, is slated to oppose one of the best hurlers in the West- ern Conference in George Mills, when the Wolverines cross bats…

April 22, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 143) • Page Image 3

… his batting, he should be a very val- uable man to the Wolverines. Chap- man, who played the initial sack, for the reserves, is a dangerous batsman but looks unsteady in the field. Both Kracht and…

Wolverines last spring walked off with the greatest nunr- ber of trophies. The Maize and Blue compiled an enviable record in taking three relays, the half, mile, and two-mile events. In addition to the relays…

April 20, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 141) • Page Image 1

… Michigan at Ferry field yesterday,5-4, in the first reg- ularly scheduled contest of the sea- son for the Wolverines. The Huron tallies came as a result 'of three hits, a sacrifice, and an error by Braendle…

…. With the exception of this one in- ning McNeal, who started on the mound for the Wolverines, pitched admirably. The other three hits collected off of him were widely scattered. Michaelis Hit Freely…

… Braendle's single, was caught at the plate in an attempt double steal.- Three of the Wolverine tallies came in the last half of the fifth. Petoskey started the proceedings with a hard line drive into right…

… streaks in which he was invincible. He scored seven strike--outs. All but three of the ten Wolverines whcP took part in the cnest fell at victim to his fast breakini curve ball. Ragged Ball Exhibited…

…. Altogether the Wolverines collect- ed 12 hits. Nine men were left on the bases. Michaelis bore down in the pineis, or else waited for some Michigan man to get too frisky on the bases. Both teams played ragged…

April 19, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 140) • Page Image 3

… Normal C Wednesday Afternoon. b Wet grounds caused the post- Donement of the scheduled match with the Detroit Country Club for p Coach Thomas Trueblood's Varsity h golf team. The Wolverines remain- ed at…

… Lenfesty's outfit with an aggre- gate of 413 compared to 416 for their opponents. The opening intercollegiate com- petition for the Wolverines is card- I ed for Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 F when Michigan…

April 08, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 139) • Page Image 3

… Varsity golf coach Thomas True- blood's initial call for candidates.; Of this number ten have been ten- tatively selected to represent the Wolverines in th opening match with the Detroit Country Club on…

… was conducted by Coach Johnstone. Four Wolverines Bid for Olympics Schmieler, Degener, Cristy, Drysdale to Try out. Michigan swimmers having con- cluded a most successful season, victoriously defending…

April 05, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 136) • Page Image 6

…I Wolverines making the trip, als) Intermediate, A d v a n c e d. on a hard drive with accure-.te the count up to four for the inning, turned in creditable performancesI Certificate or College Credit. French…

April 03, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 135) • Page Image 3

Wolverine V .- dispense with practice until after Drake Relays will be closely watch- in order with 83 successful shots, city has been appointed chairman periene and the task which faces Spring vacation. ed…

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