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April 01, 1930 - Image 6

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IN. FAIR CONDITI0N! Regul ar 0 le
Ray Nebelung, who played on the_
iMichigan baseball team for three
Battrs how e~'hs o Drllsyears ending in 1929, has signed
Battrs howResltsof rils Iwith the Des Moines team of the
in Cage by Pounding Out ;Western league. The. Cleveland Inn-
Clean Hits. dians had an option on Nebelung's!
________services, but they gave him his re-:i
WELL lease and he signed with the Iowa


L Con ference Gridiron iT PII[IT T1
C.hampions to ,Enter .IIIIWIMLNTOIIIU il
Team inDrake Relay, l RI Ul Ifl
(::pecial, to The Daiy) L wUnii u 1141U
LAFAYETTE, Ind., March 3s.-1
There wvill be more than the usual Perry Austin R~eturns to Trjac
incntvefor Purdue gridiron can- After Long Lay-oil Duec
didates to emoll in the wind sprints to FPot Injury.
.exi spring football practice is ___
resumed in the c -mip of the Big; MUELLER SETS RECORD


Although the Ferry Field dia-
mond was too damp to allow out-
side practice yesterday afternoon,
Coach Fisher of the -title-rdefend-
ing' Michigan nine expects to give
his. men the first outside drill of
the year today. .Hopes that the
s uad would. be able to get the dirt
in the spikes last week were rude-
ly shattered by a late snowstorm,
but with the snow off the ground
and the diamond in fair shape
everything points to a hard out-
side drill. this afternoon.
Yesterday the batters took ad-
vantage of what Coach Fisher
hopes" will be the last forced inside
session of the year to show that
they have profited by the long
work in the cages. Captain Straub,
Joe Truskowski, gridiron leader,
and Roy Hudson all showed; a ten-
dency to lean on the ball for what
looked like base hits had they been
on a regular playing field.
f ill Finds Old Speed.
Their hitting was clean and
hard, and kept Jim Hill, the
moundsma.n who was. serving them
up guessing to- find a weakness.
Hill,,who usually has a hard break-
ing curve- seemed unable to get
going yesterday until near the end
of his turn in the cage althoughi
the balls were coming in with all
of his; old speed.
In the other cage B3utler, mid-3
get fielder who looks to have the
inside track on the lead-off posi-
tion in the Wolverine batting list,
Daniels, Myron, and Tompkins=
were turning in a consistent job of
handling the stick. Hellerman, a
former Northwestern port side hur-
ler was doing mnost of the pitching
in this cage ;with Doc ,Morrison, tak-
ing care of the receiving assign-
PracticeGams Soon.
With the annual spring trip'
south slated to begin a week from
-Friday every ou.tdoors practice
which the -Wolverines are able toI
get in will prove of "the greatest
v§11e in ,mlrivnr a God showing.1


While flaying' for the Wolver-
ines,, Nebelung appeared both in
the outfield And in the pitching
box. As a member of the mound
staff. he was used chiefly as a relief
hurler, but his hitting ability made !
him a valuable player in the outer
garden. He accompanied the Mich-
igan team to Japan last summer.

T en champlons on Tuesday.
ead Cpach Nobl1e Kizer an-
n;o~u -iced today that Pu~duc, as con-
fuaence. champi.on, had acc~p ted an
invitation fromn the Drake Relays~
to represenit the Wa. Ten in the
football relay that w ill be, a 1 ature
,of the TDrake ~nes on April 26.

1Coach Steve Farrell's proteges
had a complete work out. yesterday
following a week's" layoff after the
Cornell meet anid the entire squad
returned to the task of pieparing
themselves for the ouitdoor season.
tIt is expected that the varsity run-
ners will take to the cindar track

W ?.\ W ,A4< fljI :ioutdoorsatday, wathrptmit
jy 1 / ['eciof th e xn vwho wyill zake odorer
S y +, b . .wr . Pur$fa')s ting.;..
1 K .P4* ai.u . Is f9otIllrelay cqartet A large squad Will be retained in
RIFL MEN PREARE:I'*1.:I; lce>Ggyd upn the showing ade Ann Arbor during the forthcoming
f10, MI T P IL #s A ' I {sr~e a a srie ofgl~ ioneveryday to determine the make-
'.1£ }' / i> r0i, eia.........up f the as eam tobe aen to the
he WOOtbll riaelaigrated KnasRlys.t a arto .be held
Intercollegiate Matches Diide d {v/ v } .> { torelater t xori A n-oot- aMuller, rning napratic
Into Fur Regons fr >~..bill en,.is a.qarter-mile affairrace, recently st anew varsty rec-
Annua Affir iand was won last season by the ord for the 660, covering the three
\ Am uartet, with Notre Dame as laps in 1:26 and "7-10, clipping two
(spc;"iM to :u Daily) ;: .......One of te strongest competitors. fifths of a second off the 'old sec -
WASHINGTON, D. C., March 31.-.. A;:~..:Te field f0or the race this year, in~ ord. A~n Perry Austin, returning
Mebr fclee il em nDal ddto t uruwilinld to active practice for the firsttime
ialatoftecutrc _ __v.__enresfrom outstanding elevens in in many weeks, set a new varsity
tall parso the hounrty aruerc 'xadc .'.all parts of the country. record for the six lap distance. by
nprcol5itehmThes mtcbe stai-lUI tnson.. ehi'ress .g'c igibiat lyl mesfthe teac-nning10tHe thrseen utrsfit3:1
b'divided into four regions, itj Batting champions of the American League in 1929, Detroit has this bunch of slugers bak to smack ;must be letter winners in football. oniecorae7
was nnannoduncedby htodayow by ethe iNth-,omigownnatheige.nemyeriin ithe50comingder.pennaeritgrfight.nd Fothergill hitjij .350, Alexander1I1ifllill.343t1 GehringerillUT.339,7 f1andM f
tional Rifle Association. They willI Johnson .314."
take place at the Naval Academy, ..
Annapolis, Md.; Drexel Institute,{reh anTrotsfo {
PiaepiP;SttUnriy'of Iowa, Iowa City, Ia.; and the INTERNATIONAL PU.CK TITLE FIGHT' BaseballReport Soon =
106th Regimental Armory, Brook- --- ___.
iyn, N. Y. Teams in each sectionj Buffalo and Cleveand, the two (league over the regular schedule, "All Freshmen wishing to try outgo pl
will travel to, one of the four ap- clubs fighting for the chamnpion- tihe Cleveland team is a favorite to' for baseball will be asked to reporti 8 U ~ FV R
pointedraes oshoot it out in ship of the Intenatol Ihckey wi-n the series, as it packs a mush to the ield House on Monday,! C recwn-Ofiil
All store tnig-h hs, however,, willCrcounto na leaue will retun to Fotie. !better offiuse and a deense that Aprile21taccordig to an
the atinalstadingthehigestOntario tonight to battle in theI closely matches that of theBisons..FOCL S E
team in all four' competitions to third game of the title series, of 1 In Saturday's contest the Cleve-; nouncement made yesterday after-ORL.ALLCL S E
receive the N. R. A. National Inter- which each club has taken one' land scoring machine was toononby CahJakBot=EtieyOuft-
colegiteChapioshp Toph cntetmuch for the Bison defense, good( The coach was emphatic in New-
Members of, the winning teolwngBaao'm o2 wo a tws.m h cn eiod ding every first year man of base- No deposit required until you receive your cap
recivesivermealsbteamrowill Thursday night, at. which time AI- MacFarlane took the puck through ball experience to try out for theandgown
reev vrmedals wh awrslilembror Moore, the Cleveland goalie, I the entire Buffalo team to registerr
ofs thpeodadtid i tha uryt o ato e caea agoal unassisted, while ten see- squad. As has been the custom in lc yu-ode~edy
io h eod n iidhiietha ijr,;teIndians cameonds later a beautiful combination "previous years, Freshmen will be i Paeyuodrtdy
teams. bc strong on Saturday b night to 1I of 'team play between Doraty,,b' asked to bring their own eup
__ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ __"ak..q~ -
whip the Bisons by a to 1 counLt, Gray; and Brophy put in the se- j met with them at the time of re- Y
FOOTBALL-MANAGERS ! with Moore back in the lineup. (ond goal, with Doraty getting the pot
All men intferested in trying Tonight's games will give the win- credi. porting
otfrVriyotblma nei a considerable edge in teIFloig tngh' game the Acordin g to the -och, the de-'5frVriyfoib1m Acodn
ager are asked to. report at series, as the victor of this thirdI two teams will return to Cleveland velopment of a strong team will'
the Field House. tomiorrow, Wedl-game will only have to annex one 1 for Thursday's encounter, and if aE depend to some extent upon how,.3
nesday, afternoon. more victory before it is crowned I fifth game is necessary it will "be mc fteaalbemtra sSaeSre tNcesAcd
melauecapin siefo played at Cleveland on SaturdlaY induced to try-out for the suad.
-Artctthathhe IndansMad aher.ghthe, fact[1that1Bthe1lIndianH111led11the11111night.11111 -,lilllli11a--11-111-111111-1t111.-

The string of six or seven pitchers I
will be given a chaffce to show #
their wares in practice games out - j
side soon.I


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