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THE MIChIGAN DAILY

.. #' , 1929' -1

UNBEAT
C
HURLIN GASSIGNMENT
IS GIVEN__TO N'AFEE
Asbeck Given Second As ignment;
Weintraub's Return Big Help
To Wolverines'
BOILERMAKERS IN SLUMP
A strong squad of Wolverine
baseball players left Ann Arbor at
8:15 last night for Lafayette where
they will meet Purdue at 4 o'clock
this afternoon in an effort, to re-
tain their lead in the Conference
race The Michigan team, unde-
feated in the Big Ten this year is
also scheduled to play against
Northwestern on their home field
Saturday.
Thirteen Make Trip
Although the Boilermakers have
not been performing recently as
well as they did in the early part
of the season, Coach Fisher feels
that they may prove dangerous
opponents, and will take his
strongest combination on the trip.
Led by Captain Corriden, a squad
of thirteen men, including three
pitchers, Asbeck, McAfee, and
Montague besides the regular line-
up of Neblung, Straub, Weintraub,
Myron, Kubicek, McCoy, Reichman,
Truskowski, and Eastman, a util-
ity man will appear on the Purdue
diamond when the bell rings this
afternoon.
This squad will allow Coach Fish-
er to present his original line-up
now that the injury to Weintraub's
leg will permit him to play again.
Bill McAfee is slated to pitch
against Coach Lambert's Boiler-
makers today, while Asbeck will do
the twirling Saturday, with Trus-
kowski behind the bat in both
games.
Purdue appears to be in a mid-
season slump at present, having
lost to Chicago and Northwestern
recently, dropping the Maroon af-
fair by a 9-0 count, but they have
hopes of regaining their winning
stride at the exepnse of Michigan,
and incidentally of stopping the
Wolves in their dash for the title.
Michigan's pitching will be a dis-
tinct factor in Coach Fisher's fa-
vor this afternoon, since the Pur-
due staff has been unable to hold
down the heavy total in the hit
column in recent games. Coach
Lambert's batters have been per-
forming well throughout the sea-
son, but the handicap of mediocre
hurling has been too much for
them to overcome.

EN

BASEBALL

TEAM

MEETS PURDUE

TWELVE CET ATHLETIC 0-
I SPORT WRITERS
MEMBERSLIIPS RECENTLY I
Any students interested in
A determined Wolverine tennis writing sports news may report
team took full advantage of their I between 3 and 5 o'clock any af-
opportunities yesterday afternoon ternoon at the Daily office in the
fPress Building on Maynard I
for last mintue practice play be- street. Previous experience is
fore leaving for their all important helpful but not." a requisite.
tussle with Illinois tomorow at Those considering working on I
Champaign. the sports staff next fall are
Coach Courtwright has decided especially advised to leave their I'
to retain his singles rating for the names. Edward L. Warner.
top four singles assignments, which 0o
he employed in the match with Vault Stars In Action
Minnesota last Saturday, but as yet
is undecided as to his choices for At Iowa-Gopher Meet
the fifth and sixth singles capaci-I
ties. (Special To The Daily)
Seven players, Captain Barton, IOWA CITY, May 16.-Only top-
Spencer, Hammer, Beal, Bacon, form vaulting will enable Henry F.
Moore, and Schaeffer and Coach Canby, University of Iowa sopho-
Courtwright will leave for Chain- more athlete, to maintain his rec-
paign this evening at 8:50 o'clock. ord of a first place in every meetI
The doubles . assignments, it was in which points were scored this
made known by Coach Courtwright, season.
would stack up in the same man- For Saturday afternoon on Iowa
ner that they did against the field, Canby will compete against
Gophers Saturday. George Otterness of the University
Unbeaten in their three Big Ten of Minnesota, Drake relays chain-
starts it is essential to the Wolver- pion, sharer of first place at Kan-
ine title hopes that they turn back sas, and the only Western confer-
the Illiihi. Victorious over the Wolves ence vaulter which the Iowan has
by a 7-2 score in last year's en- not defeated. It will be the third
counter, and possessor of the holder meeting of the season of the Hawk-
of the singles title in George eye and Gopher stars.
O'Connell, the Illini had things Canby tied Otterness and Warner
much their own way last year. at 13 feet at the Minnesota indoor
However, this year, weakened by relays. At the Kansas games, Ot-
the loss of O'Connell and a pair of terness was even better, soaring 13
other veterans, the Illini will take i feet, 4/ inches to share the cham-
the court against the strengthened pionship with Warne, while Canby
Michigan team, -the under dog. was unable to place.j
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FOR TRI1P TO ILLINOI11S
Three Men To Represent Michigan}
In Hammer And Discus Events
In Meet With Illini
22 WILL MAKE JAUNT
Twenty-two men have qualified
to make the trip to Illinois, leav-
ing Ann Arbor this evening, it was
announced by Coach Steve Farrell
late yesterday afternoon.
This number will include Cap-
tai Ketz, William McArthitr. To-
lan, Grodsky, Smyth, the Seymour
twins, Lomont, D'Anna, Austin,
Chapman, Arendt, Felker, Erick-
son, Sanderson, Brooks, Poorman,
Carlson, Brubaker, Potter, and
Tarbill. Coach Farrell and Mana-
ger Richard Gretch will round out
the party.
Hope For Slam
The veteran Wolverine mentor
has included three hammer toss-I
ers, Ketz, Williams and McArthur,
in hid contingent in hopes of scor-
ing a slam in this event. Ketz
will most likely see competition in
the javelin also. Brubaker will be
the other competitor in the last
named event.
Smythe, a newcomer to Varsity
ranks, has earned the berth along-
side Tolan in the 100 while Grod-
sky will match strides with the
1li ni entrants in the 220. Tolan
will be thenother Wolverine entry
in the furlong.
Potter W~ill Run
Potter will see double service in
the hurdle events. The first year

STANFORD PICKED TO WIN
TRACK AND FIELD MEET

n-

BIG TEN STANDINGS I

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(By Associated Press)
Stanford will be the

favored!

team in the intercollegiate track
and field championships at Phila-
phia May 31 and June 1, but the
east counts on getting the lion'sj
share of individual honors by way]
of easing the.pain of far westernl
conquest, which fast has developed ,

Michigan ...........
Iowa ..........
Wisconsin...........
Indiana ..........
Illinois ..............
Chicago ............
Northwestern.....
Purdue ........ ....
Ohio State ..........
Minnesota...........

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~'.4VLLnie.4t. s&. ha develned V0A~cw -p- ,
into a habit.
Jimmy Dailey of Holy Cross or Iowa Sports Teams
Karl Wildermuth of Georgetown Prepare For Meets
may cut into the spring honors
now that Charley Borah of South-
ern Califrnia is on the casualty IOWA CITY, Ia., May 14.-Three
list. Borah is slated only to run of the University of Iowa's spring
the 220. Phil Edward, New York .sports teams-track, tennis,. and
University's dusky flier, will try for golf-will make their final gestures
double honors in the 440 and 880
yard runs. Jimmy Reid of Har- in dual meet competition within
yard, in the mile and Montgomery the next week.
of Penn in the two mile run, are Their contests will mark the last
potential champions. Reid won the steps in preparation for Western
two mile crown last spring and conference championship meets
may forsake this for the mile, un- which are scheduled between May
less he tries the iron-man stunt 23 "and 29. For the period begint-
and seeks both titles. ning Wednesday" and ending next
On form so far, Maynard of Monday, the schedule indicates six
Dartmouth in the high jump. (contests, half of which will be de-
Sturdy of Yale in the pole vault, cided on home grounds.
and Black of Maine in the hammer . Atthehheels of the conference
throw will be favorites. But the leaders, the baseball team takes on
far west will be hard to beat in the . Chicago Wednesday at Chicago in
weights, with Rothert and Krenz an attempt to remain mathematic-
of Stanford, tossing the shot and ally in the Big Ten race. The nine
.discus, while Churchill and Curtice will meet State Teachers college
of Clifrniaheae th jaelin hee Saurdy.-

TODAY
IN TEILEGRAPHIC MEET
Will Try To Turn Back 'linois
To Make Up For Defeat At
Hands Of Minnesota
SEE MANY IMPROVEMENTS
Coach Charles Hoyt's thinclads
will hold a telegraphic meet with,
the Illinois freshmen squad this
week. Instead of holding all the
events on one day, as has been the
previous practice, he will stretch
the events throughout the week.
So far two of the events have been
run off and the remainder of them
will undoubtedly be finished by the
end of this week.
L. A. Allen, who took first place
in the pole vault, during a fresh-
man track meet held last winter,
should be able to 'equal his mark
of 12 feet, as he has been practic-
ing the last few weeks and vault-
ing" a height which is close to that
mark. Robert Johnston, high
jumper, has repeatedly attained a
height of 5 feet 9 inches and with
a little competition should'be able
to better this mark easily. In the
winter meet held by the Freshman,
Johnson cleared the bar-at 5 feet
9 inches, while in thetelegraphic
meet held with Minnesotathe first
part of this week, Johnson took
1 second with a jump of 5 feet 10 1-2

of California heave time javelin, here Saturday.
I

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Charlie Shires, star first base-
man for the White Sox and cap-
tain of the team although pur-
chased in the middle of the season
last year from Waco, has been
suspended indefinitely and fined
by manager Lena Blackburne.
Shires sassed Bjackburne back
when the former reprimanded the
Texan for wearing a red felt cap
such as is the rage in prep circles
while in batting practice.
Walt Hagen, smiling Ameri-
can pro, broke the course rec-
cord in the Yorkshire Evening
News $5,000 gollf tournament
and on the next day came
within one stroke of repeating
the achievement. He leads the
field by five strokes. All in spite
of the fact that the mighty

Walter missed four five foot
putts.
The Illinois battle to have 15
round boxing matches has register-
ed one blow with the passage by
the house of representatives of a
15 round bill. The next battle will
be with the Senate.I
Promoter Jack Dempsey was
offered a quarter of a million to
fight Elzear Rioux, big French-
Canadian heavyweight, at
Montreal on the Fourth of
July. Jack said that he wasI
awfully sorry but that his pres-'
ent figure stood at one cool mil-
lion to step into the ring and
put on the gloves.
(Continued on Page Seven)

man will
alongside'
In the;
nation of
tempt to
the Illini
two year
the only
half mile;

draw the assignment
Tarbill in the 220 lows.
440 the Seymour combi-
Dalton and Dale will at-
wrest honors away from
artist, Orlovich. Lamont,
Varsity veteran, will be
Michigan entrybin the
as will D'Anna be in the

mile. Austin, star sophomore, will
1carry the hopes of Michigan
against the Illinois Conference
champion, Dave Abbott, in its spec-
ialty, the two mile trek.
Felker has been named as the
only Michigan competitor in the
high jump. Sanderson, Brooks,
and the veteran Carlson will be
entered in the discus event while
Poorman and Brooks will see com-
petition in the shot. Chapman
squad, being entered in the broad
and Arendt will complete the
jump.

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