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April 04, 1929 - Image 6

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BAE *IALRGLR W eINITHSRGTI
BASEBALL REGULARS WIN NINTH STRAIGHT VAIC

TORY

SPOJS WORLD
Babe Ruth may pull a surprise Collett was helped materially iii
on the fielders of the American her match by an eagle which she
League this season by hitting the scored on difficult fourteenth 'hole

SPRING PRACTICEflfCUB VETERAN HOLDS
TIGERS TO TWO
CAGERS I 0SCO IUE~ ~
Coach 'Veenker Plans To Aill Oit
Veterans After Vacatioifto(
August Yearling Squad A

FARREL RETAINS
HITS' TWENTY-SIX MEN
Provided For Thinclats

ball to left field instead of his

at Pirehurst. MUST FIND NEW GUARDS1
Stanley Haristhe" new
STigeypw ry, te ne Although the basketball season
Tiger piiet, Wil try to 'keep'his
re drd of never fnishuiig below j!was brought to a successful close
iut-ift placewhile manager i more than four weeks ago, a smallI
tatt thi s 5+asc T"eo this nad of freshman cagers are prac-
tati l eato pi T oth i he p 'ticing at the Intramural buildin~g
will have to pull the Detroit 'in preparation for the 1929-1930
clu, tip two places after the
poor showing that the teaI The post-season practice, which
ma1de last season, ianing oI ld an innovation here, is being held
sixth positioi. This task woUld to acquaint the yearling cagers
appeai hard, but the new n- with fundamentals so that a few'
ager is ongdent that hi men them will be ready to step into
over sthei'work orlatrei. I the places left vacant by the
graduation of Capt. Ernie McCoy
rand Danny Rose, according to
Wad Lasmbert, Pudue batsketball Coach Veenker. The fact that not
tcoach, rulehas proposed courta gchange which asingle'sophomore was (on the
will eliminate the possibilityoah varsity cage squad this year leaves
of ' only the ranks of the ' present
team scoring five poiits in one freshman squad from which Veen-
drive. under the basket. If a play-f ker can choose recruits.
er dribbling in fora;shot is foul- rthe practice sessions are one
ed ashe shoots, and still makes'i hour in duration' and are' held
the basket, lie is given the two three times each, week. The fresh-
points and two foul shots. He can men are divided into two groups.'
make one of these, and if he misses ,One of the groups is composed of'
the second try, a team mate may men who have proven their worth
tip the ball in for two more coun- I during the winter practice sessions
ters, making five on one play. and who are going out for foot-
Coach Lambert would eliminate ball in the the fall. The other
this possibility, by taking thebaligroup is composed of men whose
to the center of the court after, status has not yet been determined.
the second shot of such a foul, but who have displayed enough1
latent ability to be carried on the
Toni Jones, Wisconsin tra&k squad.
coach, has withdrawn all ofri Some of the men will go out for
the Badger entries in the spring football, but a majority will
Kansas Relay scheditled for continue aftei- the vacation period
April 20 because he' intends to when Captain Elect Bob Chapman,
revive the old Wisconsin inter Orwig and Kanitz, Lovell, and
cdlegiate track ,meet with such Truskowski, if the latter three do
colleg'es as Carroll, Lawrence, not continue on the baseball team,
Ripon, and Marquette entered will augnent the squad.
The Badger Varsity thiiiclids Veenker intimated that several
will be sent against their rivals of the veterans will cavort in un-
from these smaller colleges. (Continued On Page 7)

Coach Steve Farrell more than
doubled his earlier estimate of the
number of men he planned to hold
over during the spring vacation
period when he issued an invitation
to twenty-six trackmen to attend
a special training table next week
while preparing for the 'series of
important relays scheduled for' the
last two weeks ends 'Of April.
The twenty-six men on Coach
Farrell's list include the' leading
candidates for one mile, two mile,
ard medley relay teams as well as
the men who seem most likely, to
qualify for any ,of the' special events
of the relays. In addition to these
there are several field event men
who Will. be given an opportunity
primarily to compensenate for lack
of practice outdoors 'so far this sea-
son and,'possibly to qualify for 'the
relays.
Heading the list of field events,
mden is 'Castaiii Ketz who gives in-
dlcation of repeatihg his last year's
peformance as one' of the best .
hammer throwers in the country.|
Other menh .who will compete in the 1
field events are Chapman, McClel-
lan, Sauinderson, Poorman, Brooks,
Carlson, Flood, Brubaker, Andrea,
and Dahlem.
The rest of the list of Wolverines
include Austin, Benson, Fi'eese,
Grodsky, Lomont, Monroe, Potter,
Felker, Murray, Dale Seymore, Dal-
ton 'Seynore, Tarbill, Tolan, Wil-
liams, and Wuerfel. The' exact
number of these men who will ac-
cept' the invitation is' not yet
known but' it is expected that
nearly all of them will be in Ann
Arbor at least part 'of the week.
Considering the early date of
the Kansas relays and the calibre
of the oppositidi' the' Wolverines
will meet there the extra' practice
session afforded' by the vacation
perod wilbe' fully utilized by
Coach Farrell.

k _ _
Art Nehf
Veteran Cub left hander and ex-
Giant player who showed some of
his old time cunning by granting-
the Detroit Tigers but two hits in'
four innings in a practice game
recently.
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