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THE MTCHtGAN

DAILY

'T RURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1930 "°

THE. MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1930

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WOLVERINE

BALL

TEAM

GETS

FIRST OUTSIDE

DRILL

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TO CAPTUECA ME
FROMSCRUB TEAMI
Yannigans Take First Practice
Game With 7-2 Count,
Fielding Is Good.
HURLING IS STILL WORRYI
Poor Batting Against Mediocrej
Pitching Features First
Outside Drill.

WADE TO LEAVEI
ALABAMA AFTERz
CURRENT SEASON4
Wallace Wade announced today
he has resigned as head football
coach at the University of Alabama
and has signed a five year contractr
with Duke university beginning in
September, 1931.
Wade's contract expires with the
1930 season.
He came to the university in 19231
from Vanderbilt where he served asI
assistant football, basketball andi
baseball coach. The next year his
team won the Southern Coriference 1
championship, and repeated in 1924,'
1925, and 1926. His players went to
the Pacific coast in '1925 and beat!
the University of Washington In
the tournament of roses game at!
Pasadena, 20 to 19.
The team was invited to the .coast
again in 1926, after going through
the season undefeated, and, tied
Stanford university, 7-7.
Successor to Donie . Bush Given of
Strong Group of Players in
W;th Whicht n Wn.-

HELP CARDS OVERCOME PITCHING HANDICAPS

'GRIDIRON STAR
IS INJURED INI
EARLY PRACTICEI
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DURHAM, N. C., April 1.-Blaine ___
Perry, 21, Duke university soph-
omore, was in Watt's hospital here Material in Both Backfield and
today in an unconscious condition Line Appears to be Big
from an injury received in spring But Rather Slow.
football practice yesterday.
Perry's home is at Bluefield,'GIVEN BLOCKING DRILL
W. Va.i
JusG how he received his injury nl
was unknown today. Coaches said In the bright sunlight of a der-
he made no complaint that he had fect tootball day Coach Harry
been injured during the practice, Kipke was able to give his squad of
but as he left the field Head Coach Spring gridiron candidates a close
examination yesterday afternoon
James Dehart noticed that he ap- and what he saw produced neither
peared to be dazed. Dehart exam.- a frown nor a smile. The fact that
tted him and ordered his removalthe -squad numbers 85 of which
to the hospital, where he lapsedbut one is a Varsity man appears to
itounconsciounesss n nworry Kipke not in the least. What'
iPhysicians said his condition. he. is looking for is quality, not
was caused by a cerebral hemor- quantitky
rhage_______Just how well his prayers will be
answered is something of a ques-
tion and will remain problematical
until the 'Michigan mentor feels
that his charges are in good enough
condition and possessed of the ne-
1cessary knowledge to allow them to
'SItvv itECUBOS extend themselves in some real
r____football scrimmages.
Haefele and Hitt Star in Track Squad Fairly Heavy.
Meet in Which Ten Records I At present the material as a
whole is fairly massive, with prob-
Are Broken. ably a larger number of 180 pound-
ers than usual in both the backfield
MEET IS LAST OF YEAR and line. Although Coach Kipke
lis forcing the men to keep their

For the first time this season the
crack of horsehide against wood
was heard over the Ferry Field dia-
mond as Coach Fisher's Varsity
baseall squad breezed through a
fast eight-inning game yesterday
afternoon. A tefr which assumed
the complexion of a regular line-
up was rudely let down by the Yan-
nigans to the tune of 7-2 as the
Wolverines started to sharpen up
their batting eyes for the southern
trip now less than two weeks away.
Good fielding but poor batting
and mediocre pitching marked the
first set-to between the Regulars
and ,their ancient rivals, but in the
first outside practice this is rather
to Joe expected. Conditions in the
open are materially different from
the inside cage and it will take at
few days for the players -to accus-
tom themselves to the change.
Regular Lineup.
Coach Fisher's temporary first
line-up consisted of Morrison be-
hind the bat, Pickard and Presbrey
alternating on the mound, Langen,
Butler, Myron, and Supeko in the
infield with Captain Straub, Tom-
kins, and Hill in the garden. This
outfit fielded smoothly but failed
to show much artistry with the
stick.
On the winning side Coach Fisher
placed Duckman at catch, J. Hill
and Bobcean pitching, Daniels,'
Kielbassa, Doran, and Lindsay as
infielders, and Bill Garrison, Mc-
Cormick at left and center fields
with Andrews and Hazen taking
turns at right. In this aggregrration
Duckman showed that he kncw
what the bat was for by lacing out
two hard doubles, but these were
th only high spots of the Yanni-
gan attack. The men performed
well in the field, and Hill and Bob-
cean showed that they have possi-
bWities for a pitching berth on the
Varsity this year.
Truskowski Absent.
Two men who are almost sure
regulars this season, Trusowski
and Hudson were unable to attend'
practice yesterday afternoon, but
Coach Fisher plans to use them in
his net game. These two men will
add materially to the fielding
strength of the Varsity, and if in-
dications in the inside cage may be 1
taken as a criterion, will also give
the opposing pitchers a little worry
during the schedule.
Although as a whole Coach
Fisher was pleased with the show-.
ing which his men made yesterday
the hurling department where he
is noticably weak this year, contin
ued to present a problem. Most of
the pitchers showed plenty of
speed yesterday afternoon, but
control and a good curve ball were
lacking.
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Associated Press Photo
Wcakness in their pitching staff means!that the C trdinals will have to rely on the defensive
this quintet in the 1930 campaign. Frish and Bottomley in the infield and Douthit, Orsatti and
the outtield have proved their all-around dependability.

strength
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BATTING POWER FEARED

CANADIEN EFFTSAN NCTYSN NAIES flfypfl1NATAI

Donie Bush's resignation fromI
the managership of the Pittsburgh
Pirates has left the club in charge
of a veteran major leaguer, Jewell;
Ens, who has had considerable ex-
perience as a coach but none at all
as a team leader. Whether or not
he can carry on the more or less
successful reign of Bush remains to
be seen, but at any rate he will
have a strong group of players with
which to work.
Pittsburgh has a club that is
more evenly balanced than most
of the other contenders in the Na-
tional League race. The team boasts,
both batting strength and good
pitching, and combines these two
with fielding skill of a high cali-
bre.
Ens need have no worry that his
outfield will be one of the best in
the older circuit. The two Waner
brothers must be classed as two ofj
the best fly chasers in the game,
while both of them are almost sure'
to rank near the top in the Na-
tional League batting list. The third
member of the trio, Adam Comoros-
key, is making a determined bid to
be ranked in the same class as the
Waners, his work last season being
little short of sensational. For re-
serves Pittsburgh will have Brickell, 1
Mosolf, and Flagstead.
Gus Suhr, a hard hitting first
baseman from the Pacific Coast,
League, will hold down the position i
that Earl Sheely had last year. At
second base George Grantham
should get the call, not so much
because of his fielding ability, which
is only fair, but because of his tre-
mendous batting power.
Bartell, a newcomer last year, will
again be at shortstop, while Pie f
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-aua saa1WRT he final track m eet of the yea
ICFfor intramural competitors took
Arellerton, Kennedy, and Ton place Monday night at which time
send Are Appointed.,Ithe All Campus meet was held.
_____60 yard dash, first, Lamb; sec-'
(Special to The Daily Three men were named to as ist- (By Assoeiated Press) . ond, Redford; third,Boettler;-
The Flying Frenchmen of Mon- ant intramural publicity manager- CHICAGO, April 2.-The Olympic fourth, Haven. Time, 6.8. Pole
treal, Les Canadiens, today had a ship positions yesterday afternoonj stars and younger aquacic sensa- vault, first, Humphrey; second,
good chance to win Hockey's tro- Iby Cadwell Swanson. '31, newly ap- tions step out today in an attempt Jacobs; third, Price; f o u r t h,
1phy of trophies, the Stanley cup. ointed manager. to blast records in the National A. Mehlke. Height, 10 feet, 8 inches.
Fast skating and hard checking , Shelldon C. Fullerton '32, e A. U. swimming championships in Broad jump, first, Hitt; second,;Sil-
hoceygavnte.olofuervan 't, Cullen U. Shore aheti o ol. ber; third, Jackson; fourth, Boet-
hckley gave the colorful invaders Kennedy '32, and Robert D. Town- the Lake Shore athletic club pool.otier. Distance, 21 feet. 11-3-4 inches.
the first game of the challenge end '32 were the three sophomores George Kojac, Rutgers back- Shot put, first, Seiffert; second,
round for the world's championshp named to compete for the publicity stroker, was favored to retain the Draveling; third, Price; fourth,
here last night, 3-0. Two victoris it title in the 150-yard event, with Radford. Distance 38 feet, 2 3-4
will decide the winner of the series. oition which annually to be i inches. High jump, first, Silber;
T de the w the ser appointed by the retiring manager Walter Laufer, of the Lake Shore second, Seiffert; third, Loets;
The teams left together today for s n A. C. and Walter Spence, Penn A. fourth, Humphrey. Height, 'Sfeet,
Montreal for another game tomor-tpev'ioul ote.pigvcain
tr rnh gm tervalC.,as his toughest -opposition. 9 inches. One mile, first, Groehn;
row night, with a third contest . Laufer will attempt to defend his second, Ostrander; third, Laden.
here Saturday if necessary. This work continues through- Time, 4:49 1-2. High hurdles, firs),
Worsted in three-straight games out thehe -s t g Haefele; second, Blumfield; third,
tr smedium of the Michigan Da h Schwartz, Northwestern University Van Sant; fourth, .Gafill. Time, 89.
by speedster, Kojac Spence, and Low hurdles, first, Haefele;; second,
year and in all four games this sea-oniversity publications and
son, Manager Cecil Hart's Cana-, thee new appointees are appoint- .risLamb..Time, 7,9. 440 yards, ew York,Jfirst,
diens sprang the biggest upset of ed to the Intramural Board of Man- TdyHitt; second, Cooper; d,
I even, the rialsfor whchittr;:seondt, ;copr;s.-Tid,W5-
the hockey season through surpris_ agers who cooperate in the work sevent, thie trials for which wer iams; fourth, Richards. Time, 53
ing and play. The Cana- of acquainti1g -ne student body ise1o ths ard a v seconds. 880 yards, first, Turner;1
ingantdazzlinght'e intr urlativethose in the 100-yard free style and second, Kelly; third, Kennedy;I
diens last held the Stanley cup in Jithsthe Asmuralactivities. 300-yard individual medley races, fourth, Va.n Sant. Time 2:07 4-5. b
1924. eph Arsolowicz 30, and Milton 1 was expected to develop into a con-
Bs924"t Klivans '31, are the present hold- test between Mickey and Johnny-
Boston rushes were completely ers of the senior intramural mnan- Reilley, of Los Angeles, Pete de
'stopped by the Canadiens' tactics agerships; Keith Bennett '31, and Jardins, Olympic champion, fromI
of moving its defense up to the Thomas Prouse '31, junior man- Stanford University, Dutch Smith, E
blue line and fast and furious agers, and Robert Clarke '32, Erwin I Los Angeles, and Wally Colbath, of I
bluekine aynd farwrds. frios Marcush 32, and Herman BenzerI the Chicago athletic association. I,
In forg by mte fo h'32, sophomore assistants. former national champion.
In four minutes of the second - Gk' E----- ----- --- 1
period Al Leduc and Sylvio Mantha
scored twice. Leduc went down
the ice unassisted to beat goalieI
Tiny Thompson and Mantha, rush-
ing with Aurel Joliat, took a pass to
slash the puck into the net -
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speed cown, most of the Heavy can-
didates appear to be slow and as yet
quite awkward.
Apparently the miserable block-
- ing of the Maize and Blue back-
field last season was not lost on the
Wolverire coach who is deterimined
that nothing 'of the kind will be
repeated next fall.
Backs Have Work.
All of the backfield candidates
were set to work last night carry-
ing out the opponents ends, one of
the things that was seldom com-
'pletely and cleverly done during the
1929 campaign.
Following a long drill in this type
of blocking the backs were given
several plays which will be used in
'the scrimmages scheduled for after
the vacation period. In the mean-
time the linemen under Coaches
Blott and Cappon were also drilled
in the elusive art of blocking as
well as a few fundamentals in
charging.
UNIVERSITY OF OHIO - Ath-
letic officials will be asked to pro-
vide a special section of choice
seats in. the stadium for students
I who wish to attend next fall's foot-
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