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April 25, 1930 - Image 6

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Comptoni Will Take Mound for dn
First Game of Two to beBehr
Played Here.
Baseball rivalry which saw its in-' *...
ception five years ago will be re-t
newed this afternoon on Ferry Field ;
when Michigan's Varsity diamond'


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177 1 SI7 AGUSE RE
Y r Diamond Chatter
-_ - By Sheldon C Fullerton. ahead of him in the eighth in-
ning. The blow followed a long
for Wins Brightest in In spite of the fact that snlOW drawn out stalling duel between
ay Races and 100 Yd. iurries, cold weather, and a biting Kermode, the Buckeye twirler,
Dash Events wind made attendance at the open- and Truck, ended only when
ing of Michigan's 1930 home base- the -umpire adminisered harsh
EN MEN MAKE TRIP all seasona bit of a disappoint- words to the Ohio flingr.
+ wment to the fans, the contest ,Tas

t: i

clan crosses bats with Syracuse in
the first of a two game series. PlayI
will begin at 4:05 o'clock.1
Coach Fisher's charges will take
the field against the Orange this
afternoon with the desire to gain
revenge for the ten inning defeat in
the only game weather permitted
between the two teams last year as1
well as an even break in the series
standing. The easterners hold the
series advantage at present, having
won five of the nine games since
the competition began in 1925.
Yardley for Syracuse.
Vern Compton, junior mounds-
man, has drawn the hurling as-
signment for the Wolverine cause
while reports from Syracuse indi-
cate the selection of Yardley to
start for the Orange. An AMA win-
ner of a year ago, Compton has
shown considerable improvement
but will probably not be used over
the whole route Coach Fisher in-
dicated. Holtzman is slated for first
relief duty with McNeal and Le-
land Hill ready for action.
Wednesday's splotchy exhibition
against Ohio indicated the question
marks which stand.in the way of
a successful Conference- title de-
fense. Weakness afield and the lack'
of sureness in the pinches may be
overcome with the first baptism in
Conference play and a strong
chance holds that Coach Fisher

highly gratifying if it mayb
SEleven trackmen,tall potenuial as a sample of what the t
point winners for the Maize and' do throughout the season.
Blue, left yesterday afternoon to
participate in the annual Drake Although t h e Wolv
Relays to be held at Des Moines committed several errors
this Friday and Saturday. With the were instrumental in
addition of Patton, Sanderson and State's tying the score an
Holly Campbell, the same eight Venting a Michigan vi
men who performed so well at the those were the only flaw
i maredtheday's worka
Kansas Relays of last week-cn! as Coach Fisher's nin
made up the team, as a result of coc fter's lie
Wednesday's time trials. concerned. After a little
Michigan's best chances lay in practice on the diamond
Michgans bst hancs ly 11 1reasonable to expect tha
I the 880, and 440 relay races and in team's fielding will tight
the 100 yard dash. In these events a as well
the Wolverine entries include the;
same quartet that won the 880 and By far the most pleasing
placed second in the 440 relay at iy made by any of the i
Kansas. And if the star four of plae wa th e heln
Tolan, Murray, Jack Campbell and performance turned in by
Dale Seymour can tune their baton gue. Not one run that the B
passing to perfection much can be scored was even close tc
expected of their work in' both the earned, the truth being tha
880 and 440 relays. inning that the Ohio tea
The medley team that placed di th atgOho tea
third at Kansas is also entered in gle safe blow.
the Drake event and should turn'
in a good performance. The mike- Only three men reachei
up of the team remains the same via the base on balls ro
Iwith Russell runninp thP 44n AMn-I

be taken f Norm naninls fillhhino" fni, thra it

Detroit ......100 030 000- 4 6 01
St. Louis . . . .000 107 040-12 14 2.
Hogsett Carroll gulivan- g P e



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eam will
d pre-
's that
as far
it is
at the
en up
g show-
at in no
n scored
n a sin-
Ld first
Lte off
d that
ted to
a bril-
o gar-
off his
he cen-
ree safe
he play-
te stick.
den was
re, the
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jured Mike Myron at shortstop,
turned in several sparkling stops
to nail Buckeye runners at first
base during the course of the
game. All in all, Daniels handled
eight fielding chances, two putouts
and six assists, without even the
slightest slip.
The game's most sparkling
fielding play was turned in by
Captain Harvey Straub, who
stretched flat on the ground to
spear Hess' sizzling grounder
in the ninth inning and threw
him out at first. The play killed
what looked to be a sure single,
and probably won the game for
the Wolverines, as two men
were on base at the time.




may trot out a rejuvenated ball
team this afternoon.
Batting Power Shown.
Jack Tompkins promises to add
real punch to the Wolverine at-
(Continued on P'age 7)k

L1TENNIS. gle-atth0, D'Anna at ther
and Hayworth; Holshauser, Kimsey Ln ler at the 880, D'Anna at the three
and Ferrell, Manion. yea's fraernt te quarters and Wolfe running the
____champions, Chi Psi, will start the mile. Sanderson is the Wolverine
defense of their title next week
Chicago-Cleveland, cold weather. when they meet Phi Lambda Kappa entry in the discus and may be
Boston-Washington, cold weather nia.h counted on for a possible place.
Philadelphia-New York, c o 1 d in their initial contest. While theyI He may expect -severe competition
weather. ~~~~are attempting to advance in their 1hrhio ass h
weather. . half of the bracket, Theta Chi, who from Thornhill, of Kansas, who i
ehalfof the racet,-Theat Ci wh broke the record in that meet with
NATIONAL LEAGUE were *the runners-up last year will; a heave of 153 feet.
be attempting to dispose of Phi H ampbell, aeete h
R H E Gamma Delta their first round ad- HlyCmblavtrnhm
St. Louis .....000 013 500-9 112 ams elta t i umer thrower, has appeared to be
Chicago......001 010 000-2 9 1 Sixty four teams are scheduled a future record breaker in practice,
Johnson and Wilson; Blake, Moss, to play in the opening round which performances and may win points
Osborn, Nelson and Taylor. must be completed by May 9. With I for the Michigan entries,
so many teams in the competition
New York-Boston, cold weather. the department finds it necessary FRESHMAN BASEBALL.
B r o o k 1 y n-Philadelphia, cold to set the deadline at May 9. When F
Alfehe ih weather. this is finished t11rZ ytoAtemsreh nwiigtory
Cincinnati-P i t t s bu rghcolathi nhd 'out for the freshman baseball
weather. will still be left ii the tournament team are requested to report to
and in order to complete the| Coach Blott at South Ferry
INDIANAPOLIS - While denying matches by June 1 the teams will field any afternoon this week.
that the Giants were negotiating ced to play ther ames stric Tryouts will bring their own
for "Bevo" Lebourveau now with Each team has received a sched equipment and will be issued
Toledo, John McGraw, at the same ule of the drawings. Five men con lockers the field house
time did state that the New York stitute a team, two doubles and one (Signed)
club was seeking Taylor Douthit singles constituting a match. Coach Jack Blott.
frnm flip Rf Tmic0i-inl

the lanky Maize and
twirler, all the more rei
able when it is considere
the day was far more sui
football than to the dia
pasttime. And to cap off
liant day of hurling, Mon
permitted the Buckeyes t
ner only three safe hits c
In a batting way, Jack To
work was highly pleasing, t
ter fielder pounding out th
blows, one a triple, to lead t
ers of either team with th:
Tompkins' work in the gar
also of a high class calib
way in which he handled
when going after a fly ball
strating his abilitv to eover


Butler, 11, --
Superko, 3b.
Tompkins, cf.
Hudson, lb.
Straub, 2b..
Daniels, ss.
Truskowski, c.
Langen, rf.
Compton, p.

Hayman, ?b.
Vehgle, lb.
Horowitz, c.
Stevens, cf.
Topol, 3b.
Stombberg, If.
Frank, rf.
Walkot, ss.
Yardley, p.


uu;R11 11.y ( (A, U Jlo0i
ground.L B S <
The longest smash of the 2D EAST L
day, and by far the most grati-
fying from a Michigan.point of j Tennis Shoes,99
view, was Joe Truskowski's
home run that drove Daniels in
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