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BABALLTEAM Varsity Golfers Finish Qualifying
$d of Thirteen' Players Will) OTMen Are Experienced Squads To Two Meets
Meet Syracuse BothIFriday r P ((SpecialTo eDaily)Special To The Dail)
And Saturday MADISON, Wis., April 24.-Three - - MADISON, Wis., April 24.Wis-
veterans, Capt. Bob McMillan, Dave Three Way Tie For Eighth Place consin will be represented at both
I TworVarstCTams Wi ose Freeborn, and Don Meiklejohn will At Barton Hills Will Be the Penn and Drake relays on next
VA O E EIE,' Big Ten Competition While !form the nucleus of the Wisconsin Played Off Today Saturday, as Coach Tom Jones
Grid Squad Practices tennis team, which opens its sche- . plans to divide his squad so that
With their final practice before ___
de r nghfor the East schedule (Special To The ay) dule next SaturdayaagainstMar-ELOW all of the best performers are conm-
(Spcil o Te )oly, Iquue nierity a Mlwake'. FRESHMAN SCORES LOW peting in one of the meets. Jones
for this afternoon, Michigan's Var- EVANSTON, Ill., April 24.-Three Coach William Winterble was un- has not yet decided which of his
sity baseball will leave tonight for varsity teams will participate in able to start outdoor practice un- Although the qualifying r Funds boys will be sent east and which
Syracuse where a two, game series tlatrtecoeo pigwl ot e ons
wuill be hplayed tomorrow and Sat- the first annual spring sport day til after the close of spring vaca- for the Wolverine Varsity golf team Will go to Des Moines.
ay CoacRay isherwilltake tod behtion last Wednesday, so will have have been completed, the exact The Cardinal mile and four mile
uxday. Coach 1Ray Fisher will take to be held by Northwestern here. little more than a week in which make-up of the team which will relay quartettes are certain en-
13 players, but the complete per- Saturday. The baseball team meets to judge the merits of his squad. represent Michigan on the links tries. The mile team has been im-
sonnel of the squad has not been Iowa, the tennis team is to take Twenty-four men reported for the has not as yet been decided. Due proving steadily during the out-
decided as yet. on Michigan and the football team first workout. to a three way tie for the eighth door season, and has a second
Game' Ends In Tie will wind up spring practice with Capt. McMillan is an all-round position at Barton Hills Country place in the Big Ten indoor meet
Yesterday's game with the fresh- a game between two picked squads. player with an excellent variety of Club, Coach Trueblood was unable to its credit. Paschong's work in
miar nine was played in a con- Kenneth L. Wilson, athletic di- strokes. Freeborn, who led the to give the whole list of qualifiers. the state intercollegiates here last
tinnous drizzle, the contest ending rector, has arranged the program(Badgers to the Big Ten team chain- Captain Berglin, Dave Ward, and k has attracted the .tten-
iii a 3-3. tie when it was called at so that the various contests willpionship last season, possesses a Art Ahlstrom were not required to tion of Coach Jones, who may run
tde& end of the seventh. Kiegler not conflict. The baseball game sstrong driving game, a neat back- qualify and will occupy the first him in place of Levy in the mile
hlirled the first part of the game will start promptly at 1 o'clock and hand slice, and a fast serve, three positions on the Varsity team relay. The other quarter milers are
for the Varsity while Montague will be finished in time for the' Livingston, who led the qualifiers is Davidson, Henke and Ramsey.
nished the task. Reichman and football game which is scheduled to assured of the fourth place at least
ii s shared ,he backstop start at 3 o'clock at Dyche stadium. [ I BALL nilatemporarily by virtue of hid
tie. Folger occupied the box for The annual inter-fraternity relays :142 qualifying score. Scott Hoover
V e freshmen, whilef.LbfiiiI ehlfltb etesturned in the next best card with
thet catching. Centenni was at of the grid game. d147, while Lewis and Hand will
third in place of Weintraub, who All receipts received during the I make up numbers six and seven at
his atn injured leg. day will be turned over to the band Barton.Hills. T 0
Ti& freshmen started out with fund to send the organization to At the close of the series between: Three Tied For Eighthi
two runs in the first inning, a the Ohio and Wisconsin football the Varsity nine and the freshmen Roston, Becker and Hobart all Wolverine varsit
'10bl by Hudson and a single' by games' next fall. temlsiihCoc akBot Rystn ekrad1lbrtal Wleievriy golfers will
d0,tit ui n in sing.ey Jo Schommer and Joe Lipp, team last night, Coach Jack Blott' finished the 36 holes with a score open their season against the De-
Big officials, will officiate in expressed the belief that his year- of 154, and will play off this after troit
Vsitly retaliated with two coun- ithe football game i owhich the new g charges are beginning to show noon at Ann Arbor to see which of Gb
tr igt the fourth inning. Cenis rules adopted last winter will be definite form by now and good them goes out to the longer layout, Hills course Saturday afternoon.
in right field alloed Centenn'tried out for the first time in Chi- material for the Varsity next year and which stay at Ann Arbor. Until Only three men, Captain Bergelin,
single to go between his legs, Cora- o. Coach Dick Hanley also is apparent. this match has been played, it is Ward, and Ahlstrom, are certain to
den and Straub scoring, while Cens to introduce his players with In yesterdays game Eddie Folger impossible to decide the group start in the match against the De-
tenM advanced to third. numbers on the front as well as pitched for the Freshmen and' which will play in town. troit golfers. The remaining five
Myron Suffers Injury on the backsof their jerseys. This proved himself capable of hold- Of the freshmen golfers, Lanfes- men who will comprise the team to
Each team tallied in the closing system will be used by the Wildcats ing the .Varsity men to few ty led the field with a 143, but he make the trip will not be picked
innings to knot the score at three next fall. hits throughout the game. Folger was closely pressed by Hicks, who until the last of the qualifying
apiece. Crouch was batting well !pitched for Ddtroit Northwestern turned in a 146, while Howard was rounds of the match at the Ann
for the freshmen, collecting several1 HrF for two years and should be able tonext with a 147. The fourth year- Arbor Golf club have been played
hits. Folger pitched a fairly steady lHolosiers Drill Forj repeat his brilliant career on the'nxiha17 h orhya- ro ofcu aebe lyd
game, although he hit several Var- Wisc nin Ivamproun d by"next year if he continues
city batters. S~l~f nalo oiprove at the rate he is now'
Myron was the victim of a queer going. Coach Blott has a good man!
ayro thvic utei an BLOOMINGTON, Ind, April 24- out in the right field garden with
accidet Which resulted in an in-, Wisconsin'sbaseball team will be Harvey Couch, who played that
jured eye. Ir s offerin he fouled Indian Funiersity's opponent on position with Highland Park High
onfte oftcholgebalofferming efuef Jordan Field Saturday P. M. The School He has shown good form;
i s btto ptcthe ball caroming off Hoosiers have been drilling all with the bat, consistently getting
his bat to catch y on squaely 1r week in preparation for a hitting hits during the Varsity-Freshmen
th& eye. The injury is not expect- duel with the Badgers.-seriesneither has he made any
ed to keep him from the easternseinitrhahemd ay
tp Russ Paugh, of Acton, Indiana's serious errors while out in right
trip. strike-out artist, will be on the field. Hudson, star first baseman
mound for Indiana, Coach Everett for the yearlings has driven out a
INDIANA SPRIN AIMS S. Dean said today. Paugh will be number of two and three base hits Ilian Talored Suits
supported by two southpaw hurl- i he l f
TOWARD EASTERN MEETS I ers, Bell, of/ Bloomington, and iatgesato colletagayoodland uaeI From the Finest of
Sp)Veller of Linton. Magnabosco iof singles during a game. Due to
(special To The Dal) be seen agai as Indiana's cher an error in the Daily credit was a' L
3LOOMINGTON, Ind., April 24-Despite the battle for berths not given Hudson for the three
Rodney Leas, of Petersburg, win- ithe Indiana team, the lineup prob- base hit he made last Tuesday
per at Kansas Saturday, will make ably will' be the same as was used which scored the freshmen runs.iyvy t e d.o.a.
Indiana University's strongest bid against Ohio State and ChicagoS
for a first place on the track either last week.
at the Drake or Penn relays Sat-i
urdty. Coach Er C. H es as not Chicago.-Charles Murphy, high MADE ON THE PREMISES
decided yet in which contest he scorer on Loyola's undefeated bas- Iwhat! No Gold!
will enter the fleet-footed sopho- ketball team, has been elected toA
mcaptain the 1929-30 quintet. A terrible situation! Avoid it next
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r W olverine Squad Of Fifteen M in
Will Entrain For Des Moines
This Afternoon
ackling And Blocking Practice
Again Keeps Football Squad POTTER ADDED TO LIST

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ffard At Work


As a result of yesterday's time
Tackling and blocking again fea- trials, Coach Farrell has added Pot-
tured the spring football drill yes- ter, high hurdler, to the Michigan
terday as Coach Tad Wieman pre- E squad which will leave this after-
pared his charges for a scrimmage noon for the Drake relays, making
pard hs cargs or scimmgea total of fifteen Wolverine's who.,
this afternoon. Coach Wieman is atl cop ten Woreerieys wnd
of the opinion that the drill on ;will compete in three relay's and
Tuesday was of great benefit and 'six individual events at the annual
Tuj a I. fgetbeei n Des Moines meet Friday and Satur-
ordered the same program for yes- Dey.
terday. day.
After the scrimmage today the Captain Ketz, Chapman, Brooks,
wil m toidal Williams, Tolan, Dale and Dalton
squad will return to individual Grodsky., Lomont, Benson, and
practice on Friday when Coach Seymour, Freese, Tarbill, Murray,.
Wieman will be absent while he at- 'Monroe were the men selected to
tends a meeting in New York. enter the meet in Tuesday's time
Work will be resumed then on trials, while Potter gained a place
Monday when the lateral pass will on the squad by covering then 110
come in forattention with Joseph, yard high hurdles in 15.7 seconds
Pipal, former coach at Occidental ' yesterday at Ferry field, Coach
college in California in charge. yesterdwylaccopry the team
This instruction will be continued iFarrell wi accompany
I on Tuesday with lots of scrimmage on the tdler Tm Stron
work planned for the rest of the The Meley Te Stron
TeWolverines' best chance for
week.a win against the strong field en-
poach Wieman is well pleased tered at Des Moines appears to be
with the spring practice so far in the two and one half mile med-
While the turnout this year is ley relay, where Coach Farrell has
smaller than in other years, the entered the same team which won
size of the squad permits more in- this event at the Kansas relays last
dividual attention. Chief prob- Saturday in the good time of
lems confronting the staff are to 10:59.1.
find a capable quarterback, a good The Michigan quartet in this
passer and a pair of tackles, event is composed of Dalton Sey-
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