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__ PAY, ARIL 22, 1930

D -A I, L Y

TH -1111- 1MI-CHIGAINI DAIL Y MII M IIl IIf -I I

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BASEBALL TEAM I
LII iISENATORS TAKE SFCOND iLA E IWINS ONE GAME
AS TIGES LQ$SE4 LEVELAN -
ASENEES LSE O CEVIANI1 "(Continued From Page 6)
:[.d ICbut was relieved by McNeal, after
C liU B R HE.

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Intram'ural News

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Fifty-five Candidates Return t
Footb4il Squad Following
Vacation period.
MAY HOLD TOURNAMEN
With three weeks of football re
mainig i: the spring gridiron pro
gram of Michigan's varsity, Coach
try Eipke took steps yesterda
aftenon to retur his proteges t
pre--yatiln conditon in a rigor-
LA; it< lof ng practice with th
dunmy,Jateral pass play workouts
and . truction in a few new play
co eted the conditioning work
w ihlmrked yesterday's drill on
SQXI tFerry Field. A squad num
begnt55 answered Coach Kipke's
call.
tmal. Line.
. Appeponderace of backfield ma-
terial a dg a conpartive paucity o
line a piants pw .ses to cut
sh a.rly .dto the spr ng drills as
p t ned by the Wolverine mentor
GQotir e's plans call for the di-
vI 4 e§n of he Aq ad into four teams
W' Leh\ll stage the uual round-
roi' ga mes during the final stages
of 0epring, workouts.
Despite the eight weeks of in-
door and outdtoor preliminary con-
ditioning .which the spring grid
candidates have been put through,
it is doubtful whether Coach Kipke
will attempt a regular game 'this
Saturday as was his earlier pur-
pose.
To Form Teams.
Nevertheless, the Varsity mentor
has indicated that the squad will
probably be divided into four teams
either Friday or Saturday in pre-
paration for the annual round-
robin tournament. The main dif-
fcu1t3yat confronts'the carrying-
tx t x of this project is a lack of
line en. With this situation in
view,, C ach Kipke urges all line
aspiraxts to take part in the spring
dr1U.arc gainYvaluable experience.
eterans. port.
{ ton, ewlitt, Cornwall, Sikkin-
ga, fWils, and Morgan. have report-
ed for .workouts from last year's
squa 3nd ..the remaining of the
abvaitle squad members are ex-
peztd to tun out this afternoon.
Hewitt who jeceived a broken nose
shpogy tefore vacation in scrim-
"nmge aplay will probably refrain
from athe stiff . workouts.
W 1 .v>ne Golf S mad
Moses Practice Match
,(Con~tiued From Page 6)
cu =g the foursme. Lee gave
Howard a point while Muir oIy-a-
lowed' Alstrou half a point.
Royston. of the Wolverines de-
feated Ben Paddock, 3-0, in the
next match, but his brother, Tom
Paddock, came back with a win
over Livingstone, by only losing
half a point on the first nine. The
brothers paired up and took the
foursome, 2-1.
In the next match, however,
Michigan's golfers lost ground fast
when Hand and Carhartt failed to
gain any points for the Wolverines.
Larry Hobart, playing for the
Country Club team, made a clean
sweep of his singles by blanking
Carbartt, 2-0. At the same time his
partner, Waldo, was duplicating
theleat ,by defeating Hand in both
nines. The Country Club pair also
took the foursome.
On.the whole the match was sue-
cea fu for the Michigan team. In
spite-of the fact that they were de-
feated they have shown that they
are. cpP.ble of turning in some
gQd pformances on the links.
The- first Conference match is
scheduled here with Purdue next
Saturday.

n% wiut . Jrow n , m am m oTh . ig t
o handed rookie flinger of the lWashington ..0i1 2 0 00- 6 3 0
Cleveland Indians, ascended the Philad elphia .2I 010 ,00q-3 8 1
hill for Peck's Tribsmen yesterday -.-dyan
and succeeded in holding the high- Hadley and Riel; Earnshaw,
ly touted Detroit batting attack to Ehmke,Mahaffey and Cochrane.
T five scattered hits, taking the finali
game of the series from the Ben- 1 R H E

- gals and giving the Indians three
- out of four from Bucky Harris'
h club.
Y Meanwhile the Indians were
° combing the offerings of Earl
~ Whitehill for a total of 10 safeties,
three of them falling to the lot of
e Charlie Jamieson, veteran out-
, fielder.
Washington found the offerings
' of George Earnshaw to its liking
and pounded the star of last year's
Athletic mound staff out of the
box early in the game to take a
6-3 decision from the world's
champions. Cronin, of the Sena-
tors, knocked a home run in the
fifth.
In a 10 inning pitchers' duel be-
. tween Crowder of the Browns and
Ted Lyons of the White Sox the
Pale Hose hurler came out on top,
the Chisox scoring the winning run
in the first extra session after ty-
ing up the game in the seventh.
Kamm punched out a circuit
smash for the victors.
Home runs were plentiful in the
National League, eight of them be-
Sing hit in the course of the day's
play. Wilson, Hartnett, and Beck'
of the Cubs came through with
I four ply wallops, as did Leach,
Jackson, and O'Farrell of the Gi-
ants, Bissonette of the Dodgers,
and Comorosky of the Pirates.
Hal Carlson, veteran mounds-
man of the Chicago Cubs, hurled
the National League titleholders to
a well earned 9 to 1 victory over
the Reds, granting the Ohio team
a scant five hits and holding them
scoreless until the eighth inning.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
R H El
Cleveland .. ..400 000 020-6 10 1
Detroit ......100 000 000-1 5 1
Brown and L. Sewell; Whitehill,
Sullivan and Hayworth.
Varsity Tennis Squad
Wins From Detroiters
(Continued From Page 6)
feature match of the day was Beal-
George Reindel match; the formei
losing to the ex-Michigan captain
and Detroit champion by 6-2, 10-8
scores.
Beal dropped the first set to the
consistant strokin of the Detroiter I
6ii o come back in t'he second set
and force the issue well into deuce
scores before bowing to greater
consistancy of Reindel. Hammer
found a sturdy foe in Carl Grawn
but proved a 7-5, 8-6 winner. Rol
Clark failed to match the consist
ancy of Irwin Smith, one of the
steadiest of Detroit's veterans, and
fell in three sets, 6-4, 3-6, 6-4.
With the aid of the weather-
man, only fitfully helpful of late,
Coach Courtright hopes to send his
men through ddily workouts out of
doors in preparation for the open-
er on the Ferry Field Courts, card-
ed for Saturday, the Wolverines
play host to the strong Western
State Normal College team of Kala-
mazoo
The makeup of the Michigan net
combine which will bear the bur-
den of Conference title defense is at
the present time highly problema-
tical Captain Hammer and Beal,
senior lettermen; Clark, Brace,
Clarke, and Reindel have the in-
side track for the coveted posts
while Ryan and Pendell, sopho-
mores, and Swanson, a junior, are
in the running.

:St. Louis ...0.00 001 100
Chicago .....000 000 .200
Crowder and Manion;
Riddle.
Others not scheduled.
NATIONAL LEAGI

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Chicago ......311 130 000-9
Cincinnati ...000 000 010-1
Carison and flartnett'; Cam
Johnson, MAWeeny, Eckert.
Sukeforth.-
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Philadelphia .. 200 010 210-6
New York ....000 201 50x-8
Willoughby, Oenge, Elliott
Davis; Walker and O'Farrell.

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and

turning in a good performance for INDO9R BASEBLL
six innings.
The sole Michigan victory of the Today's games:
trip came in the first game against 4:15
Vanderbilt, when Coach Fisher's 1. Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs. Psi
men copped an 8-7 decision. Giving Upsilon.
Holtzman excellent support in the
field and at the plate, the Maize 2. Beta Sigma Psi vs. Tau Kappa
and Blue were not to be denied, Epsilon.
I and although 13 Michigan men' 3. Phi Sigma Delta vs. Alpha Phi
were left on base the game was Alpha.
safely tucked away. . 4. Delta Sigma Phi vs. Phi Mu Al-,
With a 4-1 lead going into the a pha.
I fourth inning in the second game 5. Kappa Nu vs. Alpha Chi Rho.
with the Commodores, Myron tried 6. Phi Mu Delta vs. Kappa Delta
to field a fast ball, and in the play1Rho.
sprained his ankle badly and had 7. Tau Epsilon Phi vs. Sigma Nu.
to be sent home for treatment. Thc 8. Delta Sigma Pi vs. Delta Chi.
Wolverines went all to pieces after' 5:15.
this accident and allowed Vahder- 1. Delta Sigma Pi vs. Delta Chi.
bilt to take the game 5-6. pompton 2. Trigon vs. Phi Fappa Sigma.
was in the box in this game. 3. Tau Delta Phi vs. Phi Delta
Although Montague allowed but Epsilon.
four hits in the first game of the i. Alpha Omega vs. Alpha Rho
Georgia series, the home team took! Chi
the game 7-3. Two of these blow'f. .Delta.
were homers, while several walks D:15
were distributed between them. The 6. Alpha Tau Omega vs. Delta
second game developed into a slug Alpha Epsilon.
fest with Georgia holdingthe edge . Phi Lambda Kappa vs. Alpha
in a 11-7 win.' McNeal and Hill Chi Sigma.
pitched. 8. Pi Kappa Phi vs. Sigma Pi.
In a double neader played last
Saturday against the U. S. Infantry
School at Fort Benning, Georgia IN'RAMURAL MANAGERS.
the downtrodden Michigan' team N~tMRL AAES
suffered a double defeat. The first There will be a luncheon
game, which Tompkins pitched was me.Qting of all Intramural Man-
lost due to a misjudged fly which agers at 12, noon, today, at the
"let in' the two runs, While the sec- Uion.
ond game was lost 8-7.

NEW BASEBALL RULES
1. No spiked shoes may be worn.
2. Batter may run on third strike
or fourth ball, if ball is not caught
but may not go farther than first
base on the play.
3. Each foul ball is a strike, ex-
cept on third strike. Not more than
one base miaybe taken on an over-
thrown at first, third or home. Any
number on overthrows at second.
4. A bunted third strike that is
a foul is out.
5 A ball is fair or foul according
to where it strikes.
6. A baseruner may not steal un-
til ball passes the batter.
7. A baseruinner may take a lead
on a hit and run play; if, however,
the batter does not hit the ball; the
runner is subj ect to being put out
at the advanced base. If he reach-
es advanced base safely he shall be
order back to the original base.
8. A pitched ball hitting batter is
dead.
i 9. A pitcher may take only one
istep in delivering the ball.
10. A 'baserunner may not steal
Iwhile the pitcher has the ball in
his possession in the, box.
11. An illegal pitch counts as a
ball.
12. A balk advances baserunners
I but does not entitle batter to first
base.
13. Whenever a team scores tif-
'teen runs during a game, that
game automatically ends at the end
df the fifth inning
14. Length of .game-7 innings.

R 4H.E
Boston......,000 100. 025- 8 13 3t
Brooklyn ....402 001,80x-15 15 3
Brandt, Brown, C ininghiam
and Spoherer, Luque, Moss, Faulk-
ner and Deberry.
Pittsburgh ...010 220 001-6 7 1.
St. Louis ......001 000 012- -4 9 2f
Brame and Hemsley; Hill, Haid,
Haines, Frankhouse and Smith.

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