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PACE SIX

THE MICHIGAN 1 TL

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1930

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OUTFIELD TRIO LEADS TITLE
BID OF CINCINNATI'S ENTRY

Wolverines Count on Campbell,
Tolan, and Relay Teams
to Gather Points.
TEAM IN STIFF DRILLS!
Eggleston, Promising Freshman
Hurdler, Makes Excellent
Time in 120 Yard Race. I
For the first time since Michigan
track destinies have been in the
hands of Steve Farrell the Wolver-'
ine thinclads will make a long
journey to a meet on a foreign
field by'bus when the Maize and
Blue leave for the Ohio Relays this
Friday.
Although the team which will be
taken on this trip has not been an-
nounced as yet it is expected that
at least twenty-five athletes will I
represent Michigan at the meet.
No trial races or other events will
be held this week to determine the
make-up of the team which will be
entered, but Coach Farrell will
pick a squad from the past per-
formances which the various men
have displayed.
Simpson is Feared.
With Simpson of Ohio State en-
tered in the dashes it is probable
that Eddie Tolan, Michigan's f a-
mous colored sprint star will meet
as keen opposition as he has en-j
countered all year, but if he dis-
plays the form he showed himself
capable of last season he should
add points to the Maize and Blue
total. Coach Farrell is counting
on the relay teams which made
such an impression at the Kansas
and Drake relays to come through
in their expected style, and should
they count heavily, Michigan will
probably finish well up in the list.
Campbell, a husky hammer
thrower who upset all the dope to9
win the Drake Relays by letting go
a toss of 148 feet 1 1-2 inches, is
slated to repeat his success at Ohio.1
Although a senior, Campbell has
never attracted attention beforej
due to eye trouble which has kept
him from active competition, but
this year he is reported to be heav-
ing the hammer in such a way that1

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Detroit's plunging Tigers ranI
afoul another belated plastering .
yesterday afternoon at the hands of '
Chicago's rejuvenated White Sox by'
a 8-6 margin. Each team garneredI
14 hits. Faber went the entire I _
route for the Chisox while Uhle, the
I dean of Bengal moundsmien, was e
'driven from the hill and was re-
placed by the rookie, Page. l
In the national league Brooklyn'
and New York staged the best free
" for all of the season. The Dodgers
gained a 19-15 decision in a game
which saw a high total of 41 hits.!
After chalking up a two run lead
in the first inning Brooklyn came
back in the second to score eleven
runs. The Giants countered with
nine in their half of the third inn- {
ing.
After these outbursts the game
proceeded thereafter in a compar-
atively gentlemanly fashion. Phelps
and Moore did the hurling for the!
Dodgers while Benton and Lucas
tossed them down for the clan Mc- ,
Graw. Herman, Terry, and Ott hit I *
for the four base route in this slug-AAs80 z e~ ess P'oto1
felt. s ca dt
In the best example of hurling Meusel, Heilmann, and Callaghan,
o the Bday thea Philadelphia Na- Whose play in the Redland's gardens has been of a high order this
Pag Heine Wag- spring. All three of the Reds' outfielders can be considered major
tional hurler, Benge let Hleague East-offs and many managers are looking with envy on this trio.

TENNIS RANKI1NGS
SEE NEW CHANGE
Brace and Ryan Spring Upset
to Win Over Ed Hammer
and Rol Clarke.;
Doublesastrength in the Varsity
tennis forward wall took on the as-
pect of considerably added punch
yesterday afternoon when Coach
Courtright's revamped combine of

Helen Wills Moody
Arrives in Europe
For Net Campaigns

CIsACH RAY fISHER
UIGHTENS PRACTICE

CHERBOURG, France, April 29-Wolverines Still-S ering From
Mrs. Helen Wills Moody, American
woman tennis champion, arrived Hitting Slump; Fielding
here today aboard the Berengaria. Continues Good.
She disembarked loaded down with___
tennis racquets, flowers and bag- MYRON WILL NOT PLA
She told interviewers she was
going to see the art expositions at In view of the four consecutive
Paris before she started her tennis games this week for the Wolverine
campaign, and she smilingly quiet- nine beging with the Chicago
ed inquiries as to whether marriage . ... .

Brace ancd Ryan showed suffcient may have spoiled her game by re-
punch to win over Captain Hammer plying that on the contrary she was
and Rol Clark in a three set match playing as well or better than ever.,
8-6, 4-6, 7-5.
The newly formed sophomore GATES
team showed an ability to storm IS CHOSEN
the net in a fashion which speaks'GOLFDOM 'S
well for Michigan in future Con- HEAD
ference battles. Ryan and Bracei
had a decisive two set win within ; Claiming a classification of "big
grasp but dissipated their chances business" for golf the Chicago As-
by losing six consecutive games and sociation of Commerce this body
the second set. has announced a further subdivi-i
Captain Hammer turned 'back his !ion of their groupings and ap-
first challenge for the number one I pointed Albert R. Gates dictator of
singles position in a successful golf.
manner by winning over Fred Alexander Pixie, president of the
Brace in straight sets, 6-4, 6-4. Professional Golfers Association, in
Hammer's decisive topspin game the recent meeting spoke of the
coupled with his sharp volleys at great business in golf amounting to
the net proved a bit too much for an investment of $50,000,000 in the
the flashy Wolverine sophomore Chicago area alone, with 209 golf

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AMERICA'S WALKER CUP TEAM IS '
OFF TODAY FOR BRITISH PLAY

(By Associfed Press)
NEW YORK, April 29-Seven of
America's eight Walker cup golf re-
presentatives had gathered here to-
day and the eighth was no further
away than Washington.
With their departure on the Mau-
retania set for tomorrow afternoon.
Bobby Jones, captain of the invad-
ing expedition; Francis Ouimet,
Don Moe and Dr. O. F. Willing all
arrived in town yesterday to join
three other members of the team,
Harrison R. "Jimmy" Johnston, na-
tional amateur champion, George
V'on Elm and George Voigt. The
eighth member of the squad, Ro-
land MacKenzie, is expected from

Washington today or tomorrow.
Whatever other members of the
team may decide to do, Jones will
play no golf here.
"I have been playing much morej
golf this winter than usual," he'
said, "and do not feel the need of
additional play until we get over
there. We will have no team prac-
tice or anything of that sort here.
There will be plenty of time for
that when we get to England."
Jones believes that the Ameri-
cans will have a real battle on their
hands when they meet the British
cup players at Sandwich May 15
and 16. "I have seen only the old-
timers play but I have the greatest
respect for them and I hear the
lyounger players are as good or bet-
ter than the veterans."

jei Uia. cubs fnourishing.
Floodlight System
SBobClarke again repelled tle clFor the first time in history, per-
to be Adopted by challenge of Colby Ryan for the haps, a half dozen of swarthy golf
Des Moines Teams (Continued on Page 7) professionals shared the honor
speakers table with the captains of
(13Y AssociatBd Press) RUINS WIN PUCK high finance. The rise of the "pro"
DES MOINES, Iowa, April 29 BEA = has been very recent it is shown
Under the glare of a 42 million BATTLE ON COAST for it has only been in the last ftaw
Uyears that the professionals have,
candle power floodlight system, the been accepted on equal footing with
Wichita and Des Moines clubs of LS Associated Press) the remainder of the membership
the Western league will meet on LOS ANGELES, April 29.-In one of the club and given the right to
the baseball diamond Friday night. of the fastest games of the current frequent the clubhouse.
Although there has been one east-west ice series, the Boston David R. Forgan, prominent cap-
previous encounter at night, the Bruins last night defeated the Los' italist and golfing enthusiast, wasi
Des Moines game is regarded by Angeles Richfields 8 to 3. (Continued on Page 7)
minor league officials as the most The Bruins took an early lead,
promising experiment in modern having a 4-1 edge at the end of the
baseball. In the New England first period. One goal was added!
league, several years ago, Lynn, int the condperiod, and Boston
Mass., experimented with a 'night entered the last session with a 5-1
game but engineers pointed out' advantage. Richfield staged a two-
that the park there was lighted by goal rally in the final frame, while n cI2 Q°
only half the candle power to be the Bruins added three more goals. wcai-
used at the Des Moines field. The Boston club is matched.tate street
Lee Keyser, president of the Des against the Blackhawks on Thurs-ver-as
. >day and Saturday nights this week.
(Continued on Page '7)

.ray ihis afternoon, uoacn r ier
let his charges off early yesterday
after running them through a long
batting practice and a short work-
out in the field.
As nearly as could be judged
:irom this limited work, the Mich-
igan ball club should play a close
to errorless game today and con-
tinue on their present level of
mediocre hitting
The effectiveness of the Wol-
verine batters in the last Syracuse
game was due largely to' the fact
that the hits were bunched and not
to any unusually good stickwork.
So far this week the players have
caused Coach Fisher considerable
worry by failing to return to the
high calibre of hitting displayed on
the southern trip.
'Yesterday the regulars were able
to connect for solid hits only oc-
casionally, the majority of attempts
going high for easy infield pop
flies.
Myron was in uniform yester-
day but has not recovered suffi-
ciently from his knee injury to en-
able him to play in the game this
afternoon Within a few days, how-
ever, he will probably be placed
back at short stop with Daniels
going to second and Straub into the
outfield.
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national records are in grave dan- Heston Reccomends l
ger. .
Weather is of Assistance. Afhletics But Not
Taking advantage of the first as - Professional
real track weather which has fa-a
vored the Michigan hopefuls this (Dy Associed Press)
season yesterday afternoon, Coach GRAND RAPIDS, April 29.-Ath-
Farrell sent most of his men letics as an avocation and not a
through stiff drills in their special profession was the recommenda-
events, but did not have them run tion at a banquet of the Red Tri-
any races against time. The warm angle association here last night of
sun seemed to take some of the Judge William Heston of Detroit,
kinks out of the runners' legs how- the one time Wee Willie Heston of
ever and most of them made a all-time all-American football fame.
good showing. "Indulging in athletics as an
A brilliant freshman hurdler was avocation but not as a profession is
uncovered at Ferry Field last week to be recommended. For every case
when Hawley Eggelston, Illinois where an amateur has made ath-
Interschoolastic champion, stepped letic competition his business and
off the 120 yaid race in 15 flat. improved his financial standing in
Sentman of Illinois won the Drake the community there are 99 who
event with a time of 14.9 last week, have just wasted their time," Judge
and with Eggelston turning in a Heston said.
time as close to that Coach Hoyt "The senior Heston reminisced a
has great hopes for the Chicago great deal on the famous Yost
boy's future as a trackman. Sev- point-a-minute teams and lived
eral good yearling hurdlers have over the gridiron days of 1901 to
shown up here this season, and if 1904 when Michigan beat Stanford
all of them servive the scholarship 49 to 0 in the first tournament of
axe, the Michigan freshman coach roses football games. In the four
has plans of developing a schuttle, years Michigan scored 2,346 points
relay team next seasons to 40 by its opponents.

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