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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'WTDNESDAY, APRIL , 2, 1030

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INITIAL

FERRY

FIELD

DRILL

REGULARS ABSENT
AT FIRSTPRACTICE
Poor Weather Conditions Fail'
to Keep 69 Candidates
From Reporting. #
BACKS APPEAR HEAVY

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TANK STAR

Coach Harry Kipke lost littl
time yesterday afternoon in star
ing the 69 football candidates wh
appeared for the initial sprin
practice on Ferry field in th
fundamental drills necessary be
fore the squad can be divided mt
teams for more detailed instruc
tion. The number turning out fo
the first practice exceeded th
number last year by about 40 i
spite of the formidable weathe
conditions in Ann Arbor yesterda3
Veterans Missing.
Although Captain Si rall ap
peared for a° short time in civilia
clothes, all of the other member
of the 1929 varsity seemed hesitan
about beginning their 1930 grid
iron career on the first of April bu
will probably be in uniform som
time before Spring vacation. Th
squad at present is comprise
largely of freshmen and soph
omores with a sprinkling of las
fall's "B" team candidates.
After a brief period of setting ul
exercises Coach Kipke separate
the backfield and line candidates
taking the former for his persona
supervision and turning the latte
over to.Coaches Blott and Cappor
As is usually the case in spring gri4
sessions the backfield candidate
outnumber the linemen but wha
is less usual, the backs on the Maiz
and Blue squad appeared on th
-average to be as heavy or heavie
than the line material.
New Men, Look Good.
The new material= with whicl
Coach Kipke. has to work appear
to be considerably better than tha
which has been taking part in thi
Spring drill for the past two sea-
sons,especially in the backfield. A
number of the men have beer
training indoors for the past feu
weeks and are in better physica
condition than has been the case ir
former years. -
The next two weeks will be de-
voted to fundamentals and consid-
erable practice on plays in orde
that regular scrimmages may b
held following Spring vacation. Ac-
cording to the present plans the
Spring grid session will continu
for at least three weeks after the
1holidays.
Apparel for University Men
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TRAINING POWERFUL GIANT NINE FAVORED II innnii
SIDELIFORS' R LAST } SEASn TO GIVE CUBS FIGHT FOR TITLE CAK TI
MRy Associated Press)
EBatting Is Weak.ver since John McGraw took I
Birmingham, Ala., April 1.-Lack Veteran Mentor's Resignation over the reigns of the New York Rain and Cold Hirrder Fisher'
of punch by the St. Louis Browns to Take Effect at Close Giants many years ago the club has Plans to Hold Delayed
has already started to worry Man of Spring Schedule. been in the thick of the pennant Outdoor Drill
ager Bill Killefer as his proteges; pfight; at least it has scarcely ever
start the homeward trek for the big TO START DRILLS SOON sunk to a place in the second divi- FEARS SORE ARM PERIL
league opening. He pointed to the sion. No matter how the team looks
36 men left on bases in the last Although Varsity track activities in the spring it always plays good Old man weather dealt Michi
four games as reasons why a shake- are now practically at a standstill ball during the season; no matter gan's baseball hopefuls anothe
up in the batting order may be ex- after the completion of the indoor how many star players it has on bad hand yesterday afternoo
peted when the pnnant chase season and before the beginning of its roster it can never be counted and Coach Fisher sent his Varsit
gets under way. the outdoor practice, Coach Steve out of the pennant chase-because candidates through lon W
The Browns are here for a two Farrell is already laying his plans McGraw is undoubtedly one of under the skylight of the Yos
gameMce~rawns is undoubtedly ! oneel las seasn asa'MiciganField house.
game series, . for his last season as a Michigan the greatest managers of all time. e Varsi.
coach. The veteran Wolverine men- Although he has not played the te aw itsb s ey of th
Picks Starting Hurlers. tor's resignation will take effect game himself for many years, he ter a few minutes surveyl of th
Clearwater, Fla., April 1. - The directly after the spring schedule sits on the bench and directs ev- afternoon, decidedtto retain hi
"1 11" ~ W ;- ery pitch and every batting play. 1fenodcddt rtmh
big four of Wilbert Robinson's is over, and Coach Farrell hopes MGrhW plays the ball game on charges indoors and not take an
pitching staff at Brooklyn this sea- to make his last team here a win- the bench, and the players merely schances of cold arms which woul
son will consist of two righthand- ner. carry out his orders John McGraw prove disastrous with the rapidl
ers. and two southpaws if Robbie' Weather H ers Drills. This year should be no exception pproaching Conferenceseasoni
Inclement weather has kept the for McGraw's Giants. Although on trial with the Giants, and Fisher, the offing.
-present plans materialize. thinclads within the protecting paper the club does not stack up to a rookie second baseman Batting Drill Off.
Dazzy Vance and Ray Moss are walls of the Field house since the the Cubs, it cannot be counted out Leach, s further imitation was cast
the right handers scheduled to take end o the doo seas but th of the fight for the title. Bill Terry oired to win the outfield berths, al-~ glonythn pcl dsessionnwheitht
regular turns and William Watson ground keepers have been work- will again be at first base for the though the club boasts strong re- gloomy and cloud darkened e ight-
Clark and "'Jumbo Jim" Elliott, the ield for the past week nd e club, and should hold his own with serve power in Roush, still a hold-- Iting practice i t c e.iA a-
left handers. Johnny Morrison and to have it rolled and in condi ion any other first sacker in the Na- out, Johnny Mostil, former Whiteig practice m the cages. As a er
Adolfo Luque will be the principal fr practice the first warm day tional League. It is probable that Sox gardener, and Leslie. Ott was suit the mfielders and outfielder
reliefrpitcherspthat ipes tAndy Reese will play second base, the team's home run king last year were forced to limit their activities
rt appears.t kalthough a newcomer, Marshall, and expects another great season. to pepper games and light limber
uth Gets Another.-. curate judgment of the prospects- may get the call if Reese is shifted Hogan and O'Farrell will again ing workouts.
SanpAntonio, Tex., April 1.-Therospec thsrutfels.inntl t e t he bulk of the catch g The batterymen also enjoyed
Ya ukth yets day tahed- churi 'ae judgmehne of th w outf ra ieldksnisa.tr duties. Hogan is a good hitter but virtually an off day. Coach Fi'shi
SnAtnoTeApi1.Te'for the spring season until the men Travis Jackson is a fixture at hdevhetabulka offte athig
Yankees yesterday reached the Gi-.' save had a chance to show their shortstop, while the temperamental closely resembles a truck-horse on istructed his hurlers to take i
Mel Ott had startled the loca fans erng conditions under which the Freddy Lindstrom will be at third. the bases, while O'Farrell is getting easy and the Wolverine mound
, with a long homer over the center athlees have to perform make the For infield reserves McGraw has along in years. corps limited itself to lazily fidat
whfield fence. showing of some of the men out- Farrell, who was with the club for For pitchers McGraw has Ben- ing the ball across the' dummy rub-
"Where did Ott hit that ball, side totally different from their a year or two before he went to ton, Qenewich, Fitzsinminions, Walk- bers. Once in a while a resounding
k "W .Berediduth itsk that ballsidto talyn d rend ntifCom her-lBoston, back again for another er, and Hubbell around which to thump could be heard in a bi
" kid?" .Babe Ruth asked the Sal form indoors, and until Coach Far- bulhistf.Cndeaehlpccersmtwenaosra-
Antonio catcher on his first ap- rell has seen his men work out a cild his staff. Considerable help catcher's mitt when a tosser ap
pearance at the plate. few times the strength of his last British Racer to Try is expected from a group of rookie plied a little stea, bt the a
"This side of the scorebo rd," team is largely a matter of conjec- box artists, including Heving, Lu- joity of the activity was that of
Thi sde ot.," tue.Again to Gain Record cas, Judd, Parmalee, and the vet- squad which was anxfous for out
came the reply.tune.pay
"Well, I'm going to crack it over Loses to Chicago. Bran American League performer, door pscy.
the other side of the board," said Placing fourth in the indoor Con--i (By Associate Press Herb Pruett, back for another trial Tompkins Gets instrqction.
the Babe.. And he did itference meet, the Wolverines show- DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., April 1. in the big leagues. Special instruction Was-given to
the Be ded that they wih Whave to be count -Another attempt to set a new Jock Tompkins, in the cage segre-
Shotton Seeks Hitting. ed in the pre-season predictions world's automobile speed recordDr. Haymann to Fight gated from the remainderof the
Winter Haven Fla, April 1. for the spring season. True ChicagoD was planned here today by Kaye'to, . squad, by Coach Fishe. the fad-
With the opening of the season copped a 49 1-2-45 1-2 decision in , r(itish driver, after an un-W An German Title Bout imer Royal Oak star will be a vai-
only two weeks away, Manages the only dual meet in which the satisfactory series of trial runs (y Asociated Prble a on this years Wveri
Shotten is about ready to concede Wolvs participated this winter, but yeserday. NEW YORK-While Max Schmel- team; his hurling should win him
that the Phillies are rapidly get- Coach Farrell's men showed power Mechanics worked most of last ing is bound for the United States a regular pitching assignent
ting no better. in taking the triangular meet from night trying to eliminate carbure- to fight Jack Sharkey for the while he has already showi sff-
! "When we start hitting we'll Michigan State and Ypsilanti Nor- tor trouble on the giant Silver Bul- world's heavyweight championship cient ability with the wifow to
start winning," he said. "That's orI mal in easy fashion. let, Don's 24-cylinder automobile. recognition, a n o t h e r German ensure him a place in the otfied
trouble now. This club has to hit While Coach Farrell has not How well they succeeded will not heavyweight, Dr. Ludwig Haymann, The feature of the early outdoor
to look good, and we are not hit- !.picked any defnite team to go to be known definitely until Don has will return to defend the "champ- practice period and the spring
ting. It isn't a team with great he an'Relays on April 19 it is had an opportunity to take the car ionship" of the Fatherland. Dr.training trip is expected to center
pitching, and you needn't expect a certainty that a medley on the beach course at low tide Haymann today received notice around the battle for the third
great pitching from our staff. I elay squad will be among th? en- this afternoon shortly after 3 from the German boxing rulers to base post and the remaining' out-
get pitching f ot I' tries. o'ckdk. be home for a "title bout" in May. 'field position.
not worried, butI'd"like to see the-
boys get going." "-__--

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A8sdand Press Photo
Walter Laufer
Lake Shore A. C. star of Chicago
the all-around indoor champion of
1929, who will swim against the all-
round outdoor title-holder, Buster
Crabbe, in the National A. A. U.
championships starting in Chicago
Wednesday.
Shotton Praises Work
of Phillies' Infielder
(By Associated Press)
WINTER HAVEN, Fla.-Barney
Friberg, utility man with the Phil-
lies, is the most valuable player in
the National league, Manager Shot-
ton declared today.
"I said the same thing last sea-
son," Shotton stated, "and I still
think so. He can play any position
on a team and play it as well, if
not better, for a time than any
other man in the league."
Shotton intimated that Friberg
may get the call for second base
over Captain Thompson, who was
late in reporting for practice.

Clothles
With
Spring
Touch
ITV
Among folk of fashion
you'll find a plentiful repre-
sentation of Del Prete spring
styled attire. Naturally! For
we are also in the van with
the latesO models, the newest
patterns, the smartest every-
thing. Our most recent ar-
rivals-inviting suits and
topcoats in various effects
-reinforce that amazing
paradox that you find in
our store-aristocrat's rai-
ment at democratic prices.
Step inside of a few in your
size!
Two-Trouser Suits
Ip 35 to 454
Top Coats'25 io'4O

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