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SAT UIDAY, APRIL 26, 1930

TH MICHIGAN DAILY

I OMEETVASIT II SRVY +WILL BE MADE (,OF HIGH TO MEET W. S. N. C.S P9 OUTO OEIG 1TiVAS rmYISRVY9 ILB 3by' -{ 3./O i® ~AE W . .C1
OF MIC ~~~er f h cut although it was --wo aesiw ~re oe
FIR T NNI G- yra us: H y- Danel thew Ste en ou a fistmainly the play of the reserves1 Commlittees or a committee re-I After having mace this general in practice mathes so ar this s 'a-
D'a oldtoHlza.B agle lsothreanwleSteeuafrs.tplwihacone o tedfa presenting the Michgan High 'provision for the bsket ball tour- SflMRT
Holtzman walked Stoneberg. TopolSchool Aleic Comicil will make !naments of the stt as a w alule, The Michigan tien will bgnde ak brwtOocdBa-ihtit obl ly ail o feog neet sdsiydfacopeesrenfth tt a-;h cucl namoiodhc at hs esnudrahndcpo 36md
gle, Superko to Straub. Stevens was; Straub to Hudson. No runs, no hits, in gol this year Coach Courtrignt >kctba i tournaments during the 'ed into this morning, took up theI lack of veteran material to anr x-!
Walked. Topol flied out to Tompkins. no errors. anucdysedyta h n-srn radcmnfl.Tese seii questions presencd to it by 'tent upssing any r . i y Tar
No runs, no hits, no errors. Michigan: Tompkins flied out tog versity would furnish a bus to cic tasks assigned to the investi- the Upper Pnnua rvlcn-Inf .. er Far t
Michigan: Butler lined to Stev-i Stevens 'ain right field. Hudson? transport student spectators to thecrga of as e ubeof pilaersn dtams abveage73rileswhtre thein tverstyaptainHnisa h niBo
ens. Superko struck out.. Tompkns! jboomeda long fly to Sulkowsk. Barton Hills club for later matches. 1 rce o hpresenting a senro: at lour-gigtreonlou:act.r-
took a base on balls. opkinswa Straub grounded out, Walkov to _____________ri.ac~t> ee Ba aeth nl eteme e
thrown out stealing second. N. Beagle. No runs, no hits, no errors.;STL ISGogFihrougtj etpsiiiisc inraigjaeodtosntmtinheowrunngfmlstyr' ia o-
runnns htsnoerrrsmEIlTeININ-S aralcowancSTe, ISGeogeFisersyongthemilag;alownceieteniolofPei tolatounaene.nttunig m par eampon 'PPI
SECON~tINNIG Syrcu se: " Wai oaTasINec ou onastrikes.! rookie outfielder who was traded time expenses paid at regional tour-! In conformity wiithn its instruc_ ship team. Rolin Clark, Fred Brace, rates
SoeegoN edINN igS fouytr to the Cardinals by the Giants just nai 1"I Z I,S and the possibilities ofi tion to the inves ir;ting commit- Ryan, Eteindl anct Lob Clarke are
Huston.erglbowsted athigh outo.Dnieybl mde.Hya n payounceBa-abefoetopbeigte senaon. icom ing schools sharing ninthe ;tee, torecouncil approved the idea all 50 iomres who gined prom- SAD
WlogruddtSuek.N e'bondrHol man oun ed a sle proe t ie h enaio surplus., if one exists, from tourna- of allowing more expenses to teams inence on lat season's freshman and
Wauns, noutnoe errors. Nosingle o!Hlzra' goe!Bal the National League thus far. ments in which they took part. in the Upper Peninsula. squad.
rus, his er .'struck out. No runs, one hit, no er -__________ _
Michigan : Hudson was safe on a - -ors.-
high bounder over first base Straub Michigan: Daniels was called out,1
sacrifices Hudson along a notch,: on strikes. Truskowski lined out to'
Daniels grounded out to Topol, Topol. Langen grounded out to
Hudson advancing to third. Trus- Walkov. No runs, no hits, no errors.
kowski was called out on srifes. NINTHl INNING-Syracuse: Hor-'
No runs, one hit, no errors. owitz fouled out to Truslowski. FOR R
THIRD INNING-Syracuse: Bal-I owitz fouled out. Stevens was called Sate.
sey bounded out to Daniels. Hay- cut. Topol singled. Stoneberg forced
man fouled out to Hudson. Beagle Topol, Straub to Daniels. No runs, FOR.1
struck out. No runs, no hits, no r- no hits, no errors. room-
rors. Michigan: Holtzman swung wild-' busi
Michigan: Langen bounded out to1 ly on the third strike. Stevens madeI plc
Balsey. Holtzman went down "onlIa running catch of Butler's fly in:
strikes. Butler flied for the second center field. Superko grounded out F 'R E
time to Stevens. No runs, no hits, to Topol. No runs, no hits, no errors.
no errors. TENTH INNING-Syracuse: Sul- (FO R
FOURTH INNING-S y r a c u s e: kowski tripled. Walkov flied to 15,ci
Horowitt walked. Hudson tagged Tompkins. Balsey drew a base on 1i5gt
Stevens out on a sacrifice bunt. To- balls. Hayman fouled out. Balsey1
pol "struck out. Stoneberg grounded struck out. No runs, one hit, no er- I en
to Hudson, Holtzman getting the rors, jDriv
putout. No runs, no hits, no errors. Michigan: Tompkins flied to cen- SyIMc
Michigan: Superko fouled out to ter field. Hudson struck out. Straubi Mien
Beagle. Hayman made a nice run-~ grounded out to H-ayman for the!"
ning catch of Tompkins' popup, third out. No runs, no hits, no er-
back of second base.: Hudson linedi rors. WAN
to Hayman. No runs, no hits, no er- ELEVENTH INNING-Syracuse: E s5 %W 1 010coml
rors. I Horowitz fouled out. Stevens drew A Iwt
FIFTH INNING-Syracuse: Hud- a base on balls, Topol flied high to'
son gathered in Sulkowski's high'I Daniels. Stoneberg singled to right. 5 "f ob
infield fly. -Hudson" caught Walkov's ! Stevens advancing to third. Sulkow- ned
high fly. Balsey grounded out to ski grounded out. No runs, one hit, ! sum
Superko. No runs, no hits, no er- no errors, men
rors. Michigan: Daniels grounded out 1 n
Michigan: Straub grounded out to to Topol. Truskowski robled to Bal- How
Hayman, Daniels fouled out to sey. Langen drove a hit off Stev- Mi
Horowitz. Stevens made a nice run- en's glove in right center. Holtzman WAN--
ning-catch on Truskowski's long forced Langen, Hayman to Walkov.:e
drive. No runs, no hits, no errors.I No runs, one hit, no errors. frn:
SIXTH INNING-Syracuse: Hay- TWELFTH INNING - Syracuse: fuent
man drew a walk. Beagle struck Daniels throw was low on Walkov's ply.5 in
out. Horowitz singled to right. Hay-j grounder Balsey grounded to pl
man was caught between second I Straub. Haymen's long single toDal
and third, Butler to Daniels to left scored Walkov. Hayman was ;B a h a g s t c ob o r i n r o
Superko,-Horowitz taking second on called out trying to stretch the if r8
the play. Stevens beat out a hit to blow at second base. Beagle singledBy art e l g st to k o beun i An A b r LOST-
Daniels; Horowitz was put out at to left. Beagle was caught trying to ivor
the plate on the play. No runs, two! steal second. One run, two hits, Pho:
hits, no errors. and one error.Re
Michigan: Langen rolled ou to Michigan: Butler drove the ball IRw
Hlayman: Holtzman poled a texas1 off Balsey's glove. Topol nipping LOT
league single into left field. Holtz- the Wolverine at first. Superko! the
mnan' was forced by Butler at sec singled over second base. Tompkins New
and. On the attempted double play, 'dropped a texas leaguer into left.; blac
Beagle dropped Walkov's throw,, Stevens dropped Hudson's fly to !CallM
Butler taking second. Superko wasI center, filling the, bases. Straub (o COTHall'Q~l'T~___
thrown out, Beagle to Balsey. No cleaned the bases with a blow to ! 3 4 S UTH STAEOST-E
runs, one hit, one error. center field. Two runs, three hits, meLST
SEVENTH I NN I N G-Syracuse: one error.me

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