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F/YiY YMII 1 1

Veteran End Suffers Broken
Nose Early in Work-out; Neu-
man Is Outstanding.
Michigan's 1930 spring footballj
showed initial signs of real earnest-j
ness yesterday afternoon on South
Ferry Field when Coach Harry
Kipke ran his gridiron candidates
through a prolonged drill.
Bill Hewitt, veteran wingman,
proved the first casualty of te
spring grind, suffering a broken
nose in the first half hour of run-
ning plays through scrimmage. The
burly letterman was the victim of
an accidental thrust of the elbow
on the, part of O'Neil, halfback can-
Run .lays From Scrimmage.
The session which was inau-
gurated after the usual quarter of
an hour of limbering up exercises
saw Coach Kipke run plays, alter-
nating cross bucks, reverse thrusts
and lateral passes for the first time
this spring from scrimmage.
Neuman, stocky Detroit North-
ern product was the outstanding
ball carrier of the afternoon, con-
sistently showing ability to weave
through a mass of players for five
yard gains. LaJeunesse, Eastman,
and Kerkowitz were others to
show ground gaining ways from
scrimmage. 0
Cappon Works With Group.
While Coach Kipke was supervis-
ing the first scimmage of the
year, Coach Cappon took another
group of the 55 odd candidates to
a corner of the field and spent over
an hour in the tutelage of punt de-
With the day's rest supplied by
the sabbath after the first scrim-'
mage the Wolverine grid mentorsl
plan intensive play scrimmage and
fundamental instruction to pre-
pare for the regular spring cohmdi-'
tioning which will be enacted after
the Easter interval.
Hewitt, whose nose injury does
not appear to be of a serious na-
ture, will nevertheless probably re-
frain from further spring play.




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Introducing a radical change in entific study of such lighting has
the traditions of the great Ameri- been made at West Lynn, Mass.,1___
can pastime, the Des Moines club I where the General Electric factory : By Bob Shaw.'
of the Western League will play all teams have been playing night Nineteen Men on Squad Which If Wall Street's favorites for thej
of their home games at night. Work basbll since b927. Isine Report coing pennant race mean any
is progressing rapidly on the in- club officials that attendance fig- Monday for Lockers. thin tos whicthe annocement
stallation of a floodlighting sys- ures will be materially increased SOAercnLau th Ahlis
tmwich will povdlight y rthe innovation anthat gnern ad SOPHOMORES STRONG made should be of interest. In the
tem which will provide light inbyt i oand at general Americon League the Athletics
such a way as to make possible an opportunity for busness men Outdoor pratice of an irregulaiwi
baseball play as fast as the day- attend games. nature has featured the condition- Thinclads Continue
light variety. *-ing sessions of Michigan's Varsity'
Becoming enthusiastic over the N tennis squad over the past week. With Outside Dill
idea while watching night football With the Varsity squad of nineteen
games, President Keyser, of the Des pa ionshi Ma h men moved from the 'indoor uar- With the spring like weather
Machqur holding out in fine shape, Coach
Moines club, investigated the pos- ters in the Yost Field House, reg- Stcve Farrell's. Wolverine track-
sibilities of night baseball and will New York's boxing commission ular workouts are in order it has men yesterday contented themselves
attempt to itroduce it throughout has announced the official sanction been announced by Coach Court- with a light workout under a
the league. of the Sharkey-Schmeling bout in right. warm sun that permitted them to1
Plans and specifications for the TJune. This scrap will ring in the The following men have been remove their wraps.
lighting o the ll n werengonet- outdoor season for the metropolis. named as members of the Varsity Relay practice again was the'
ed by the illuminating e n y The officials gave out all the par- squad and will report Monday aft- center of attention, with the
o he enri on ticulars recently and fans are look- ernoon to the Yost Field House for Michigan track mentor experi-
whohave been or ig on t ing for a real leather-shoving af- lockers: Captain Hammer, Beal, menting to find suitable combina-
pfair. New York has decided to Clark, Brace, Fields, Reindel, Ryan, tions for the coming Kansas Re-
Moines installation will include recognize the winner as the right- Clarke, Pendell, Marsh, Richelson, lays. Yesterday's workout was held
more than 140 floodlighting projec- ful successor to the champion Kusin, Gage, Swanson, Nelson, along the lines of making up an}
tors mounted atop six 90-foot fab- Gene Tunney. Davis, Dickinson, and Humphreys. 880 relay team and found Murray
ricated steel towers set along the s cnell manager is fin- Prospects for the successful de- and Campbell running the 220 for
shpreparations for the re- fense of Conference net honors one team, with Russell doing dou-J
iht friouedl.stensesa ception and training camp of the; seem very strong in the Wolverine ble duty by traveling a 440. Smith
Slightly rippled glass enses and German hopeful who will arrive camp with a wealth of Varsity cali- and Chapman were the other two
the placing of the lights will com-- 'here some time in the middle of bre netters available for action. Two dash men to participate, with
pletely eliminate glare and will April. Both of them are quite cer- lettermen, Hammer and Beal, re- Mueller taking the 440 to complete
furnshr a at ghndet" high tain of taking the heavyweight }turn to form a nucleus around the half mile.
balls or fast "grounder's." A 5Ci-crown back to the Rhineland and I which Coach Courtright hopes to A trial two mile run was also held
do not figure Sharkey in the affair build another title claiming team. to give Perry Austin and Fitzgib-
Re dars Again Win at all. Jack has not said much From last year's AMA winners bons workouts in their events. These
about the fight, but is training Nelson and Swanson returnbut the two Wolverine runners covered, the
earnestly despite the long time majority of the secondary strength eight laps in 10:28. D'Anna, now
Fromian n before the fracas. is expected to come from the out- returned to iegular practice after
The fifteen round slugfest will standing performers of last year's a week's absence, was sent over
Concluding the first week of out- be part of the annual Milk Fund freshman squad, Brace, Clark, the half mile with Chase and Wolfe
door practice yesterday afternoon, bill which is sponsored by Mrs. Wm. Field Clarke, Ryan, and Reidel. pacing him for one lap apiece. Al-
Coach Ray Fisher's Varsity regu..Rancolph Hearst. No definite per-1 A number of the men, including though a miler originally D'Anna
ars again defeated the annigans, centages are published as yet but Marsh, Swanson, and Richelson has shown form that indicates that
7-2 in a 12 inning game. 'As 'the officials have hinted that the split have not availed themselves of i- Coach Farrell may transfer him to
practice was started early and the will be 50-50 between Jack and I door practice but are conceded a the shorter event with the view of
sides were retired in quick succes- Max, the winner to be crowned strong chance bo break into the organizing a two-mile relay quar-
sion, the game was extenled three champ of the big sluggers and the opening lineup on the basis of their tet, using D'Anna, Chase, Wolfe and
additional frames. On the whole loser get the other half and the play this fall. 1 McLaughlin or Austin.
the pitching was much better than experience. Gate prices range from - -_---_-
at any other time this week, with two dollars to 25 for the coveted I SUDDEN
Holtzman showing up particularly, ringside pasteboards. SRVICE



were odds on favorites to repeat
their conquest of last year. The
Philadelphia team was quoted at
odds of 5 to 2.
The lowly Boston Red Sox
might as well turn to some
other sport as far as Wall
Street is concerned, the Bean-
caters being 100 to 1 in the
odds. Chicago's Cubs are at 6
to 5 in the National League
with the New York Giants at
5 to 2. Now that the pennant
!rase .is all settled the athletes
can rest during the summer.
Jack Gagnon recently jolted the
boxing dopesters by knocking the
redoubtable Tuffy Griffiths out in
a bout at Philadelphia. Griffiths
was being groomed for the position
as the leading contender for the
United States in this present
heavyweight struggle, and his de-
feat by Gagnon rather throws the
situation in a muddle. All the
critics agree that it wouldn't hap-
pen again, and on the strength of
this a rematch is being sought.
Let's hope the experts aren't
thrown all out of gear by anothert
such upset.
Bill Tilden is barnstorming
around the uropean continent
at the present time. Perhaps!
Bill is trying to determine for
himself wihether le is still ca-
pable of taking care of him-1
self in iajor lea 'e tennis cir-
a'.es, or perhaps he is merely
,conditioning himself for a try
at the Davis Cup again. At any
rate he is faring very well in
Europe and at time shows pro-,
longed streaks of his old time
form. However his qpponents
for the most part have been
lesser lights.

Interscholastic Heads Send 1000
Invitations to Prep Schools
to Enter Track Event.
Over 1,000 invitations to high
schools in 17 states were mailed
yesterday afternoon for the thir-
tieth annual Ulniversity of Michi-
gan outdoor track and field meet
( according to Karl G. Kempf, man-
ager of interscholastics.
The coming meet, the last one
of the current year on the inter-
scholastic card, is scheduled for
May 14 and 15. Michigan's high
( school track meets both indoor and
outdoor have been known far and
wide in interscholastic' circles as
' attracting the best of prep school
athletes in the Midwest along with
'a few of the outstanding perform-
ers of high school fame many
Miles away from Ann Arbor.
With fourteen events on the pop-
ular card and a host of individual
champions returning to defend
their honorshas virtually assured
this year's meet to be one of the
most colorful in years. Last year's
t meet was won in impressive fash-
ion by Detroit' Northwestern high
school. This meet again will see the
Colts in the role of title defenders.
The interscholastic department
is especially desirous of the most
thorough cooperation of the frater-
nities in their housing assistance
and, Manager Kempf states, "Any
suggestions concerning this prob-
lem will be gratefully accepted."
BOSTON-Wightman and Fraz-
aul Ppajap 'uolgsoa 10u10q '.Jai
national court tennis doubles
champions, Gould and Wright, in
( three sets of the most decisive
tennis shown this season, winning
6-3, 6-2, 6-5 to take the title.

well backed by the Yannigans.
Montague started for' the reg-
ulars and was replaced by Hill who,
after a few innings of uneventful
ball, was in turn relieved by Bob-
cean. McNeil and Compton also
saw duty for the second string

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