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PACE 81SI

THE MICHICAN

DAILY

t UES'DAYMARCH" 11, 1930

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FISHER

GROOMS

DIAMOND

CLAN'

IN

FIELD HOUSE

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M OUNDWEAKMESS
PROMISES TROUBLE
IN #TITLEDFENS
New Men Show Ability in Cage;
Batting Form Promises
Offensive Strength.
OUTDOOR WORK LIMITED
Widness Marks Early Hurling
Efforts of Rookies; Old
men Look Well.
Lack of experienced hurlers seems
to be the chief difficulty confront-
ing Coach Ray Fisher, of Michi-
gan's Western Conference champ-
ionsip baseball team, in the daily
practice' sessions in the Yost "Field
house cage.
While most of the pitchers that
have turned out for the team have
a nice assortment of wares, their
main fault lies in their inability t1
control their offerings, with the. re-
sult that unless someone with con-
trol can be found to aid the one or
two mainstays ,upon which Coach
Fisher is counting, the team will be
be at a distinct disadvantage.
Emphasis on Pitchers
Coach Fishers attention from
16w on will be devoted chiefly to
helping the hurlers in their quest
to locate the plate. It appears at
the present that the batters will
be abo'ut on a par with those of
other years, several promising new-
cognes who can hit having been
found to aid the holdovers fromlast
year's nine, Straub, Myron, and
Truskowski.
Until approximately May ,l, when
the tea'm will first go out on the
Ferry field diamond, no real line
can be drawn on either the pitch-
ers or the batters, as hitting or
pitching in the field house is a
far different thing than it is out of
doors.
Several sophomores have shown
'an ability to bat that makes thei
favorites in the chase to wi one
of the five vacant Varsity berths.
Jack Tompkins, who guarded the
nets for Coach Eddie Lowrey's Con-
ference hockey champions this win-
ter, is slated to play the outfield
when he is not toiling on the
mound, his batting strength mak-
ing a valuable, man to keep in ac-
tive service all of the time.
Must Work for Berth.
Roy Hudson, who was a member
of both the football and baseball
squads, has a good chance of win-
ning the regular first base berth, al-
tholgh he will not get the assign-
ment without working for it as the
competition promises'to be keen.
If Coach Fisher sticks to his de-
cision not to take the team outside
before the first of the month, the
Wolverines will only get a few days
of practice on the diamond before
the' schedule is slated to get under
way on April 12, when the Michi."
gan team begins its southern trip
by meeting Cincinnati at the Ohio
Diver city. From that time on the
games will follow each other in
rapid succession, that if the Wol-
verine mentor hopes to get his temne
tised to playing outside after its
several weeks in the field house he
will have to work fast wh'en the
time comes. Twenty-eight games
have been scheduled for the season
by the Wolverines.

Foul May Give Illini FEATURE
Tie With Badgers for IN V
Indoor Cinder CrownI
Uncertainty still hangs over the
winner' of the Conference indoor
track title after a report which
stated that a foul committed by a
Wisconsin runner might drop the
Badgers into a tie with Illinois for
first place.s
During the mile relay at thej
tournament in the Minnesota field;
house one judge detected a Wiscon-
sin man using unfair tactics on az
turn, but failed to report the oc-!
curance until the referee was on
his way to Des Moines, Iowa. An
official account of the matter was!
sent to the referee, but until his
decision is' made known action can
be' taken.
If. he decides to disqualify the
Badgers in this race Illinois willj
come up from fourth to third in it1
and add a point to its total, while
Wisconsin will lose two points,4
making' them tie at 19, the lowest
winning total ever recorded in this
event.
Michigan took fourth place inI
the Indoor meet with a score of 12
1-4 points. Eddie Tolan copped
second in the 60-yard dash, run-i
ning second to George Simpson of!
Ohio State. Another second was
registered by Brooks, giant Wolver-!
ine shot-putter, with Behr of W'is-
consin safely lodged in first place.
In the mile relay Michigan ac-I
counted for another second place
with the Seymour twins, Mosser,
and Russell forming the quartet.
Russell again helped his team to
fourth place by garnering a fourth
in the 440. Felker, lanky Michigan
high lumper, and Pottle in the pole
vault tied for third and fourth in;
their events to bring the Wolverine,
grand total to 12 1-4.
With the Illinois Relays slated
for' this Saturday, Coach Steve
Farrell will give his men no rest,
but will drive them hard in order
that they' make a showing in this Three membei
meet. position in the Big

PLAY OF JA

ALLEY

CAGE

IANKHAMEPKSEPRE WhoopWoop F
CONIERENCEMPurdI
Team Is Scheduled to Leave riueonsin .............Clean Slate Gives Wolves Iiigh
This Thursday for Annual Indiana ......8 q Rating in All-Conference
Championship Fray. MICHIGAN. . . 6 4 Meet This Week.
WOLVERINES FAVORITES ot western MAY WAKE TWO FIRSTS
MNrhester........
With only two more days in With the Western +Cnference
which to puii the finishing touches Chicago ...............2 dual meet championship already
on the Big Ten champion natators.ho State . tucked away the Wolverine fencing
Coach Matt Matt is drilling his team will enter the all-conference
Tmen strenuously in prepartion for n penden irachu en meet this week end at Chlago the
the Conference meet at North- favorite for the first time in the
western this week end. The Wot- Hold Meet history of this sport at Michigan.
verine team is scheduled to leave Th Besides team strength, Coach John-
Thursday and participate in the wiThe Second Annual Open House stone's squad also includes two
annual championship affair Friday will b' held at th Intramural members who have not been de-
LEand Saturday in Patten pool at Sports Building on March 19. feated so far this season.
PAGE Evanston Championships in wrestling, ten- Five victories and no defeats
GuLA R Northwestern and Michigan are nis, fencing, basketball,. boxing, mark the 1934 season- for the Wol-
counted on to furnish most of th handball, and squash will be de- verine weapon weilders with but
winners, and it is certain that the erned. There w41 also be a I ont match, that against Illinois, go-
twosiw t polo game and diving exhibi- ing to the Maize and Blue team by
m g g g h tions by the varsity swimming team, Ian exceptionally close score, Nev-
pu.p, ite ihtfrfis. and exhibitions in gymnastfcs.I ertheless, .all of the Conference
\ ors in the Conference. With five handball, and squash by severali meets were closely contested in re-
of the former records beig brok- athletic clubs of Detroit. - spect to the total number of points
en i dual meets thus far this sea- Tonight's Events. scored. Illinois actually outscored
son, tank followers are anticipat- The first independent track meet Michigan while the total ponit
ing a great record breaking spree is scheduled for tomorrow night. All scores of the Ohio State and Chi-
when all of the Big Ten's swim- regulation events are open to any cago meets gave the Wolverines but
'mers assegmb1Pe to do battle at

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LCz-' lut"U i """ independent on tile campus.
Northwestern.-Al 'rash Track-Meet.
Although the Maize and Blue At 7:30 the 60 yard preliminary
swimmers annexed a victory in heats will be' run off, while four,
ther dual meet with the Wildcats, field events will also start at that
it cannotf be assumed that the Big time in the pole vault, broad jump,
Ten title holders will come through shot put, and high jump. There is
this next affair without a strug- a big entry in each event.
gle. The Michigan natators suc- Wednesday's Events.
ceeded in downing the powerful Basketball:
Purple team in their own pool, but 7:20 Phi Rho Sigma "A" vs.
the outcome of the entire meet de- winner of Phi Chi "A" v9. Xi Psi
pended on the final event, with Phi "A".
neither team holding a decided ad- 8:20 Congregational vs. Presby-
vantage at any time. terian.
In last year's race for the West- 8:20 Catholic vs. 1rillel.
ern Conference title the Wolver- 8:20 Sigma Pi "B" vs. Alpha Kap-
lines suffered their only loss of the pa Lambda "B"
season in a dual meet with North- 8:20&Phi Kappa "B" vs. Delta Up-
western. silon "B",

a small margin.
The Michigan team displayed a
steady improvement all season. Al-
though they defeated, Michigan
State in the first meet of the sea-
son by a 14 to I score, the fencing
at this time was unusually ragged
and gave rise to the feeling that the
Wolverines were destined to suffer
severely at the hands of their sup-
posedly superior Big Ten rivals.
Pitted against the Big Ten cham-
pions in theirnext match, the Wol-
verines uncovered unexpected abil-
ity apd barely nosed out the high-
ly touted Illini by the closest score
of the season, '9 to 8. In this meet
the Michigan representatives in the
foils and the sabre, Captain Stolp-
(Coutliued "on Paoe 7)

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A.sOciafed Press Phote
,rs of the Kansas cage team which finished in' second
Six basketball race.

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Many Stars Will Try to Bring Purdue's Indoor
Sport Season to a SuccessfulEnd This Week
(fly Associated Press) .
LAFAYETTE, id., March 10.- style ace, provide the other point
Purdue's, indoor sports season cli- possibilities.
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maxed by the championship per-
formance of the basketball squad, T
will be brought to a close over the
coming week-eni with four minor
sports squads competing in BigI
Ten championship meets and out-
standing members of the track
squad competing in the Illinois Re-
'lays. While none of the minor
sports squads have hopes of grab-!
Bing off team championships, the!
Boilermakers boast outstanding in-
diyiduals in each sport who are ex-
pected to rank high in their par-
ticular specialties.
Captain F. P. Robinson, 145-
pounder, is expected to make a
strong bid in the wrestling chain-
pionships at Illinois, providing his
recent rest has aided the side in-
jury that, kept him from perform-
ing at par during the dual meet
season. Ward, 115-pounder, and
'1awcett, 135-pounder, are two oth-
er Boilermaker mat possibilties.
In the swimming championships
at Northwestern, Captain John
Nickerson, free style sprint star,
will be' the leading Purdue b i'der
for points, while Sheets, facy
diver, and Wheaton, 440-yard free I

Fencing coacnh Holius is expectingI
Mitchell to place high in the foils
in the titular meet at Chicago,
while the gymnastic hopes are built
largely on strength in the side
horse and Indian clubs.

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