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Michigan State with a team
which hs suffered many reverses
present the opposition when the
Wolverine Varsity baseball- squad
invades East Lansing. this. after-
inoon. The Spartans have lost a
great share of their games this
year and Coach Rays Fisher feels
that his men should not have much
difficulty in defeating their non-
Conference opponent.
Will Use Usual Lhieup
lH'owever, 'With the one exception
of Truskowski, the Michigan coach
expects to present his regular line-
up i-tb Montague on1 the mound.
Captain Corrider will- lead the
squad 'cormposed of Nebelung,
Straub, Weintraub, Myron, McCoy,
Relchman, Montague, Compton,
Ea'stman, and Centenni. when the
nine continues athletic relatiols
w1ith the rival college.
Mon'tague, a junior, has been
hurling good ball lately, and while
he has not played in many games,
due to the fact that Michigan has
two of the greatest twirlers in the
country in Asbeck and McAfee,
Coach Fisher' thinks he will be able
to- stop the Green batters. Reich-
man, who won a letter catching
pace' behind the plate.rsosis
Coach Kobs of the State squaci
wi' use Jerry Byrne against the
Wolverines in an: effort to gain
ievenge for some of the beatings
his team has suffered this year.,
Byrne let Michiga ridown with a
7-4 deef at last year, but his form
this season has- not been impres-.
sive. Notre Dame reached him- for I
a 9-2 victory recntly, and while a
great many of the runs were made
afterc ostly errors on the part of
his team-mates, the Irish found
little difficulty in solving his
delivery .
"Jab" Barnard, a sophomore
catcher, is slated to w/ork behind
the bat, and while he is a smart
bal plae ad a od ctche he
oes not throw to scond well,and
may let in some M5ichigan runs.
Cptain Eggert at second in a con-
sstent basball playe ad a dan
gerous hitter, while Gibbs in the

DEBAT FINISH OF COLORFUL RACE IlUIGllTEN L UITAND IN cL.S
Batn n ame roalhWl oteter 4 5 37 NtWE E n N 6AM
IFocusing their attention on the -____ ine batters collected
Conference net tourney to be heldruhepdaseh
this Friday and Saturday at Ohio n v rrroi average from the lo
State Michigan's trio of first rank- niuieek~~fh~H fo hit ink f
ing tennis players, Barton, Spence, 8ffurh0si seve
and HRammer began their drive late against Purdue
yioserdsy favorable excep: or dI TTA K~ i 4R L cats, Harvey Straub
yet erday afst ernon l exdcep ( r idividual leadershi
T chaging ind.regulars with a .462
Whl u itl oeis enter- Thirty-one remnnmea Fred Asbeck, wh
T - ~~~~tamned by the Big Ten net stars of stae ispoes
upsetting George Lott, third rank- were awarded to members of the as well as his ability
6 - - -ing in the national men's and freshman track squad yesterday by 'is the real leader, b
star of the Anierican Davis Cup jCoach Charles Hoyt. The sQuad is played in two of 1
-team, who will carry the colors of In othsmlsthaMcignference games. Asb
Chicago for the first time. Lott on.ftesals htMcia nected safely on fc
~ ~~*'-,' .,~has found little difficulty iin has had in recenth years, but it in- times at bat. Stran
~ ~:.* ''-""*--.-~ brushing aside his opponents in cludes several' exceptionally out- runs scored with fiv
'dual meet competition and there is standing men. ' o --
CyeVan Dsnevery reason to believe that he IIt is strong in most of the trac MICHIGAN B
C' ye Dsenwill be crowned Conference singles events, but is notably weak inr the AVERAG
son of Man o' War, as he was ' tucky Derby in a downpour of rain~ champion on Saturday evening, weights and broad jump. 'Several of
posed before the cameras just aft- at Churchill Downs. Clyde Van~ George O'Connell of Illinois, last the distance men h-ave made times' (Includes only conf
er he had won the colorful Ken- Dusen, owned by H. P. Gardner of year's title holder, will not be Ithat compare favorably with those A]
Amsterdam, New York, proved available to defend his honors, ~.of the Varsity runners, especially in Asbeck........
MACKMEN GAIN ON YANKS himself one of the greatest mud Ihaving been graduated. Ithe mile, two mile, and half mile. rab......1
BY BATIG RD SX 5 runners in winning this race. A With all expecting Lott to gain Campbell leads the sprinters, iCorriden........ 1
BY EAIN RD OX 5 large crowd watche d this southern initial honors in the singles the while Wood has established the best McCoy ... . .. .. . 1
classic in spite of the unpleasant competition will largely be cen- mark in the high hurdles, : 15.5. Weintraub...... 1
Philadelphia gained a half game the Downs. (Continued on Page Seven ) McLaughlin and Chase form a Myron . . ... . . .. 1
over New York yesterday by beating~ strong half mile duo, McLaughlin Kubicek .. ...... 1
Bto5-1, while th uYankts re- V RN SL AD BG T NB L having broken two minutes at one Nebelung........1
White Sox in the other game. In SCRAMBLE AS RACE NEARS CLOSEis by far theleading mi on th cfee
the National League Chicago, St. '-----squad, while Fitzgibbons is declared K
Luis and Brooklyn won. Witl- the Big Ten baseball race 'Not satisfied with this, however, by Coach Hoyt to be the best fresh- Totals.....13
American League narrowing down to championship jthe Wolverines turned on North- man two miler ever to enter the o
R. H. E. proportions, three teams--M ichi- western the next day, raked three :University. His best time in this--
Boston.. . .. ..001 000 000-1 6 1' .gan, Wisconsin and Iowa-stand Wildcat pitchers, and smashed out event is 9:45.
Philadelphia 300 000 20x-5 8 1- out in front, either as the result or 14 hits, concluding their barn- Those to receive numerals were:
Cufring. and Berry; Rommnel and victories or idleness .storming trip by applying the Andrae, Allen, Black, Campbell,,L
Cocrae.The Wolverines, 1928 champions, I whitewash brush, 13 to 0. Ohi- Chase, Crawford, Davis, Falls, Fitz- GOi
Chicago .. ... 000 300 000-3 10 3 tightened their grip on first place Iphant, Northwestern first baseman, gibbons, Glading, Grinnell, Johnson,-
St. Louis ..... 021 000 210-6 11 2, by winning two games, one each blocked Asbeck's entrance into Kaminski, Landsdale, MvacCormack, IExcellent
Thomas and Crouse; Gray and trom Illinois and Northwestern. Ibaseball's Hall of Fame by getting McHose, McKinley, McLaughhn,
Sch ang. 'Wisconsin remained in the run- a scratch hit in the second inning, Nolledo, Russell, Shetter, Smith, ~ wish to spe
National League nmg by trouncing Chicago, while the only blow the Purple was able tTrometer, Merrill, O'Neil, Ward,'
R. 1-. E. Iowa, tied with the Badgers for to garner all afternoon. The game' White, Whitset, Wolfe, Wood and -OF-DOOR
Piittsburgh ... 001 000 000-I 5 1' second place, remained idle. The marked the fifth triumph for As-. Worden.______. -Ne
Chicago ......010 001 04x-6 8 0 only other week-end game to bo beck over Northwestern. '0- .-____._Need
Swetonic and Hemsley; Bush and |played, that between Minnesota Th -..eins asarsl fteFRESHMAN TRACK
Gonzales. and Indiana, ended im a Gopher iToies WoverInesoas aneul orthe- Interview I
St. Louis .,. 201 001 010-5 11 3 i walka-way. westerntremaind thetheesopao
Cincinnati ... 000 000 010--1 8 0 The Wolverines, rained out in all te laddrm withfour games w track squad will be taken at I fom 3 t
Haines and Wilson; Lucas and :but two games, rode into Urbana and none lost 4:30 o'clock Wednesday after-
Gooch. on Friday and, after a 10-inning noon on Ferry field. All mem-
New York .... 000 010 000-1 2 0 |battle, left with a 4 to 2 victory. Although Michigan wds in win- bers of the squad are requested -Ls p
Brooklyn ..... 212 000 Olx--0 12 0 The defeat practically eliminated nling stride, Wisconsin lost no time to be present and in uniform. Ls p
Hubbell, Judd and O'Farrell; ' the Illini in the race for the chain- ,in seeing that the Wolverines did Coach Hoyt.
Clark and Pininic"h I pirinsh'ip ~ (nninrsm~r iwn Dn no Qunrtnoi.".no

ES RAE
g match against
ch the Wolver--
14 hits and 13
e team batting
wv level of last
267. By virtue
ni trips to the
and the Wild-
assumed the
ip among the
average.
ohas demon-
with the bat
on the mound,
ut he has ohly
the four Con-
eck has con-
our out of six
b is leading in
ATTING
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erence games.) I

KMEN POINT TOYIARO BIG TEE
IURAGED BY RESULTS AT ILLINOIS

AUSTIN PERFORMS WELL
Michigan's Varsity track team,
encouraged~ by a strong showing
against the champion. Illini last
Saturday in dual meet competi-
Lion, began her final series of drills
for the Conference track and field
meet yesterday afternoon.
Perhaps most encouraging of the
performances of the Michigan men
was the brilliant topping exhibi-
tion of Jack Tarbill, veteran Wol-
verine hurdler, who led Cave- and
Senitman of the Illini to the tape in
the 220 lows in the sensational
time of :23.5. The sterling per-
formance lifts the Michigan man
from a possibility to place in the
Conference to one of the favorites
to cop the event.
The distance men performed as
well as expected against the pow-
erful Illinois trekers. Austin in the
two mile looked' especially good,
placing second to- Dave Abbott. In
the weight events Michigan showed
the way to the Illini and it is ex-
pected that Coach Farrell will take
three hammer throwers to the
Conference meet this weekends with
the news that Justin Dart of North-
western will not compete.
rosk eand Smyth togarne e-
ondary places after Tolan- had
shown the way seriously impaired
Michigan's chances at Illinois.

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