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THE NICHI AN

DAILY

I.- I FRIDAY, APRIL, 11, 1930 ff

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SOUTHERN

INVASION

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BRAVES HOPE FOR SUCCESFUL
SEASON UNDER BILLM'ECHNIE

'WILDCAT BSBL
TEAM TOCO SOU THi
Northwestern Nine Leaves Sun-
day for Ten Day Invasion;
Will Play Seven Games.

STEVE FARRELL RECEIVES GIFT
FROM DETROIT MICHIGAN CLUB

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FEW VETERANS ON TEAM
(Sper jul to Th D' Lacri\
EVANSTON, Ill., April 10.-
Spring vacation is anything except
that for members of Northwestern
university's baseball team. Whena
the rest of the student body leaves
for home for the holiday periods
Coach Paul Stewart's ball tossers
will start their annual spring tour
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guests were coaches of high schools
in the Detroit area, "M" men living
in or nearsDetroit, and the board
of governors of the club.
A former varsity trackman who
served as captain, Howard Don-
nelly, presented a check for $1,000
to Farrell as a gift from the alum-
ni in token of the esteem and re-
spect which they hold for the Wol-
verine mentor. Fred C. Matthaei
Presided over the festivities.
The banquettwas also the occa-
sion of the presentation of a per-
manent challenge trophy to the
physical education department of
Detroit. This trophy is to be used
in connection with high school out-
door track meets in that city.

f tie soUilan-dU ThIe wYrdcatj
squad will leave here Sunday, Aprilj
13 and will play seven games in the
10 days they are away.
Central college of Fayette, Mo.,
is the first stopping off place inI
the tour of the south. The Wildcat
nine will play a two game seriesj
with the Missouri team. The first
game will be staged Monday, April
14 and the second the day follow-

Steve Farrell. Hanley Must Uncover
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Steve Farrell, retiring Varsity Man to Kik and Pass
track coach, was guest of honor
Wednesday night at a banquet giv- '
en in Detroit by the University of EVANSTON, Ill., April 10-ThreeI
Michigan club. Farrell is conclud- weeIs of spring football practice
ing a prolonged and successful ca- has convinced Coach Dick Hanby,
reer as coach of track and field head grid mentor at Norehwestern
athletics with the present squad o' university, that his major problems j

Bill MbKechnje
Purdue to Try Novel
idea in Spring Drill
(Special to Thr Dauiy)
LAFAYETTE, Ind., April 10. -
Purdue will have its own "Confer-
ence" for spring football training,
according to plans announced to-
day by Head Coach Noble Kizer
that have aroused unusual competi-
tive interest among the spring
squad members getting in their
eatrly training for Purdue's titlel
defgnse next fall. The spring foot-
ball squad will be divided into four
regular teams-"Michigan," "Illi-
nois," "Wisconsin," and "Purdue,"
that will play a regular round rob-
in schedule within the next month
for the spring championship.
According to Kizer's plans, which
have done more to stimulate real
interest and eliminate monotony
from the spring drill than any
other single factor, each team will
play three games in the conference.
One game will be played each week
by each team, the only difference
from the regular football game
,oming in the fact that only one-
half will be played on one night.
Medal awards at the end of the
spring drill will depend largely on
'he showing of the candidates in
'he "conference" games. t

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's cnderfor the 1930 esnwl.c ito
ing. thin-clads. Next year's cinder
Meet Southern Methodist. squad will be under the guidance finding a suitable successor to Rus
Other games on the schedule in- lof Charlie Hoyt who 'in the past Bergherm, last year's all-confer-
dude two with Southern Methodist has tutored the yearling squads. ence fullback, and building up ade-
university at Dallas; two with the Members of the entire coaching quate reserves for the heavy sched-
University of Texas at Austin and staff journeyed to Detfroit to honor ule.
one game with the University of Farrell. Also numbered among the Loss of Bergherm's passing and
Missouri at Columbia, Mo.s _fFare___A__numeredamon h kicking ability are two factors con-
Coach Paul Stewart faces the fronting the Wildcat coaching staff
coming season with the job of re- Varsity Water Polo during the spring drill. None of
placing ten lettermen, four of the incoming freshman candidates
whom constituted his regular pitch- Team to Play Game have displayed any marked ability
ing battery last year His entire along these lines and Coach Han-
outfield and regular third baseman After completing a successful ley is faced with the job of de-
were also wiped out by graduation. senopingamsuacellfu veloping someone for this work.
A number o promising soph- f Big Ten games as well as Hank Bruder, capt.-elect of the
omores, however, have stepped into a number of other contests, Michi- Purple eleven, has been unable to
the openings and from all appear- gan's Varsity water poloists will participate in the scrimmage work
ances will prove worthy successors go to Toledo tonight accompanied this spring because of the risk of
to the graduating seniors, injuring his leg which was broken
Oliphant Will Play. by a group of Freshmen to put on last seaspn. Strong hopes are held
Larry Oliphant, regular first an exhibition game. out that lie will be his old self next
baseman for the past two years, Tonight's contest at the Toledo fall. If his leg responds to treat-
has a firm hold on that assignmentlClub will be between two squads ment he will probably handle the
again. Joe Schwartz has been shift- ! picked from the group of 15 men major portion of the kicking dut-
ed from short to second while making the trip.. In addition to ies.
Prange and Dempsey, two veterans Smith, Ladd, Hughes, McCafree, Al Moore and Sid Burnstein, twoI
are fighting it out for the shortstop|'Fshman, Miller, and' Hubley of the sophomore halfbacks last year, ap-
berth. Schuett, last year's right I Varsity, the following; first year pear to have the call on these posi-
fielder, has been brought in to men will play: Schmieler, Zemak, tions for the coming season. Con-
third base where he is a fixture. Chase, Keniedy, Klintworth, Val- tributions from the freshman
Four hurlers comprise the pitch- E lowe, Meigs; and Marcus. squad are hardly capable of mov-
ing staff. Malcolm Fyfe, a soph- Several of the first string Var- ing these youths from their posi-
omore last year, is perhaps the sity men and a number of year- tions. Other candidates iinclud
most promising of the lot. The new lings are not making the trip be- Fossier and O'Mara from last year
men are Kruft, Crizevsky and cause of being out of town for the and O'Keefe, Mundelein and Len-
stearns., The latter is a southpaw vacation period. 1 (continued on Page 7)
while the others are right handers. - - --~--~~ - .-.-~

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VARSITYTRAHCKMEN
440 and 880 Teams Turn in Fast
Time; Farrell to Hold Drills
Over Vacation Period.
27 MEN WILL PRACTICE
Trial 440 and 880 relay races fea-
tured the final workout of the Var-
sity track squad yesterday before
the intensive period of training
over vacation starts. The 880 uar-
tet of Campbell, Smith, Chapman
and Tolan turned in the fast time
of 1:29 to win over a four man
team of Russell, Dale Seymour, Allen
and Hitt. Chapman presented To-
Ian with a two yard lead which the
anchor man of the winning four
was able to hold against Hitt's fine
sprint down the stretch. A third,
team made up of Glading, Dalton
Seymour, Murray and Boettler
brought up the rear.
Sprinters Win Race.
In the 440 trial race, the quartet
made up of Allen, Dalton1Seymour,
Dale Seymour and Hitt were de-
feated by a sprint team consisting
of Smyth, Murray, Campbell and
Tolan with the time of 42.7 for the
quarter. Tolan managed to creep
up by Hitt in the last few yards of
his lap winning by less than two
f eet.
Training table will start Satur-
day morning for the twenty seven
men who are to remain in Ann Ar-
bor during the vacation period for
intensive workouts in preparation
for the Kansas Relays to be held
April 19. Starting Monday the
squad will work out twice a day,
at 10:30 and 3:30, with the trial
races to determine the make-up of
the team for the Kansas Relays
scheduled for Wednesday.
Men Will Stay Over.
Those' who have been 'picked to
remain are Jack Campbell, Holly
Campbell, Patton, Brooks, Pottle,
Saunderson, Dougall, Brubaker,
Potter,- Wood, Chapman, Austin,
Fitzgibbons, Wolfe, Smyth, Mur-
ray,° Tolan, Dale and Dalton Sey-
mour, Russell, Galding, Noyes,
Mueller, C h a s e, Crawford, Mc-
Laughlin and D'Anna.
Following the Kansas Relays the
team will prepare for the Drake Re-
lays, scheduled to come off April
26, with the Ohio Relays in the
following week of May 2.
Yesterday's practice was marked
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