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! FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1930

THE MICHIgAN DAILY

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WGNI'AN DAMOIrtram Nral ews
FW GOES COUTz aSOFT-BALL LEAGUE. avoid any possibility of their meet-
to Carr Maize andnghechmpionshipround
Blue on Annual Spring Seventy-four fraternity soft-base The defending champions, Phi
Training Trip. ball teams have entered intramural Sigma Delta, have been grouped'
competition this spring. This is with Alpha Phi Alpha, Delta Sigma
(Continued From Page 6) the largest percentage of fraterni- Phi, Phi Mu Alpha, and Hermitage.
over M\/orrison and Levy for the ties that have ever turned out for Schedules will be placed in the
second string receivers place. this sport. These teams have been mails 'so that the team managers
In the outfield Captain Harvey divided into leagues with five will have them by Monday, April
Straub and Jack Tompkins seem squads to a league. The opening 21. Each team receives a special
under the wire. Harold Hill and Ed date for the competition has been schedule sheet showing their own
McCormick are waging a great bat- Iset for April 22 with Sigma Alpha games and in addition the varsity
tle for the remaining place in the Epsilon and Psi Upsilon crossing baseball card set off in a special
outer gardens, but by virtue of his bats. box.
recent performances with the stick Each team that won a league The department is very much
Hill is conceded a slight edge over championship last year has been gratified at the interest shown in
his dimunitive rival. Langen and seeded in this year's race for hon- - the spring program. In addition to
Garrison outfielders, along with ors, that is: these champions have fraternity baseball 12 independent
Kubissa, Moody, and Lindsey, in- been placed in separate leagues to teams have entered the sport.
fielders are others who merit con--I
sideration.
Only three lettermen, Straub,!
Myron, and Truskowski are num-
bered in this list and the remainder
are inexperienced in the ways of
college baseball. The greatest
weakness in the situation is a lack
of first class mound talent. McNeal
and Montague have at times flash-
ed Big Ten calibre "stuff" but they
have been afflicted with wildness,I
which lessened their effectiveness
considerably.
Under such a situation the suc-
cess of the southern jaunt is of
greatest importance. Possibly Coach
Fisher will bring north for the
opening of the Conference cam-,
paign a team looking one hundred
ercent stronger but advance pre-
ictions do not indicate a third,
successive championship beingS C
brought to the ground by MichiganK CI
as a result of this year's showing
on conference diamonds. PRICEI
Track Squad to Drill
Over Vacation Period
(Continued From Page 6)
by the shpwing of Hitt and Murray,I
both showing fine form in their *
laps of the 440 and 880 races. Holly
Campbell appears to be one of the)
best hammer throwers in the con-
far nra han ninp the a nri' ht ann

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Northwestern Forces
Lack Reserve Power
(Continued From gage 6)
hart, all freshmen.
Harry Pritchar , understudy to
Bergherm last year, and "Pug"
Renniher, freshmen, are the twoE
fullback prospects. Rentner hails
from Joliet. He has about the same
amount of speed that Bergherm,
possessed and with more exper-;
fence is expected to develop into
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