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T) A T E Y

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Diamond Chatter


Coach Fisher left last night with tired, thinking the inning was'
a squad of thirteen Wolverine dia- over, rolled the ball on the ground
mondmen i n c 1 u d i n g Captain toward the pitcher's mound. TheI
Straub, Truskowski, Duckman, rest of the team, seeing his action,
Hudson, Daniels, Superko, Butler, started to walk off the field, while
Tompkins, McCormick, Doran, Holahan trotted in with the Ma-
Keigler, Holtzman, and Bartholo- roon's first run,
mew. As far as can be seen at
present, Coach Fisher will not Just how well ' Knowles
make any changes in the batting pitched may be gleaned from }
order or the lineup in the field.
Coach Fisher announced before Nk
he left that Holtzman would hurl; diana Nine Works
the game today with the other Defeat
p itc h e r s in r e s e rv e . N o p itc h e r f o r t ( S e e a i l ,-)
the second game was selected, but
Keigler will probably get the as- (speia ta The Pa ix')
signment. BLQOMINGTON, Ind., April 30.-
The Colgate nine had a disast- Still smarting from the double de-
rous pre-season tour, losing two I feat here last week-end at the
games and having the remaining I hands of Minnesota, the Indiana
two on the schedule canceled on . University baseball t e a m went
account of bad weather. New York through practice yesterday and to-
University took the Maroons into day in a dogged manner prepar-
camp 7 to 1, in the first game on ing for the game at Chicago Sat-
the trip, while Columbia bunched' urday.
its hits in two innings to take a Earlier in the season Chicago was
game from Colgate, 10-5. downed by the Hoosiers by a 7 to 1
Mareons Good itters. r count when they were unable to
In spite of the one sided scores, get next to the slants of "Lefty"
the Colgate nine displayed plenty Feller. Coach Everett Dean is plan-
of power with the stick, and are ing to either start the southpaw or
considered dangerous by all of Gatti on Saturday. The defeat last
their opponents this season mostly I week was attributed to loose field-
because of this ability. ,Colgate col- ing on Friday and inability to hit
lected more hits than did Columbia on the last day. The pitching of
but scattered them too much to be Veller and Gatti was good enotigh
effective. to win an ordinary game but their
In the opening game of their j support was not up to standard.
regular schedule against Wesleyan, Minnesota only gained one earned
the Maroon hitters began to bel run off Veller and three off the
more effective and drive out 131 hurling of Gatti.
hits, including two doubles and a - -
single. The Maroons won this l
game easily, 10 to 3, with but three I
errors chalked up against them.
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that fact that all of Mich-
igan's four sate blows Were
contributed by two mien, Straub
and TruskoWski. The rest of
the batters were all helpless
against the Chicago hurler's
left handed slants, the first
southpaw pitching that the
Wolverines have seen sifice the
opening of the hotne seasoh.
Joe Truskowski seems to hav
improved considerably along th
batting line since last season. I
1929 Joe hit the ball far, but
was always to some fielder. Th
year he has been one of the har
est and most consistent hitters 1
the entire Michigan nine.
Urban, the Maroon center
fielder, covers a lot of ground.
In the first inning he came in
to the edge of the grass to take
Tompkins high pop fly. He also
made a nice catch of Hudson's
fly in the second, racing out to
take the ball near the tennis
courts after he had apparent-
ly lost sight of it momentarily.
(Continued on Page 7)
Hoosiers Will Enter
Team in Ohio Relay
(Special to The ail')
turning from the Drake Relays
Des Moines where the Indian
!team placed in three relay even
Coach E. C. Hayes announced th
he would take a much larger squa
to the Ohio Relays to be held Sa
urday at Columbus. At the Dra
Relays the distance medley tea
composed of Smock, Bates, Broc
smith, and Clapham ran in four
place. The mile team with Streic
er, C. O. Banks, Smock and Pier
bearing the Srimson colors al
ran in fourth position. In the fo
mile event the Indiana team gai
ed third place. The team was ma
up of Laws, Leas, Brocksmith a:
Clapham. Teams also qualified
the 440 and 880 yard relay evert
but did not place in the fir
One of the outstanding entrap
in the Ohio Relays will be Jam
Hatfield in the hurdles. In t
Penn Carnival held last week
Philadelphia Hatfield ran fi;
place in the 120 yard high hurd
and was barely edged out for flr
honors in the 440 yard hur
event. Tood, the other Indiana e
"try in the Penn meet, was not
good . condition and only plac
ninth in the all-around event. L
year he wot third place at t
same meet.

_ _(Special to The Daily) failed to make 13 feet and his aver-
Three Team Races Scheduled EVANSTON, Ill., April 30.-An- age height for all ten is 13 feet 6
other attempt to better the world 1-2 inches.
for Mid-Julie Before the pole vault mark will be made Sat- Warne has been vaulting since,
Poughkeepsie Regetta. urday at the Ohio relays by Tom he was in the seventh grade at
1Warne, Northwestern university's Kokomo, Ind., his home town. In
TO RACE STRONG TEAMS crack vaulter who in his last two, his first meet he made 8 feet 1 inch
meets has come perilously close tof which is still a grade school rec-
(Special to The liaJii) i setting a new record. ord back at Kokomo. In his junior
MADISON, Wis., April 30.--Three The purple star topped his per-, year at high school' he won theI
University of Washington crews formance for the year when he ! state meet and placed fourth in
V will race a similar number of Uni- soared 13 feet 11 inches at the'Stagg's national meet with a vault
e versity of Wisconsin eights on Lake Drake relays last Saturday. In hisl of 12 feet. In his senion year heI
n Mendota in mid-June, according ° attempt to make 14 feet 2 inches 1 won 13 meets. topping off the sea-
it to an announcement by George Lit-. Warne cleared the bar but knocked son by winning Stagg's meet with
i .' tle, director of Badger athletics. it off with his arm while coming a record vault of 12 feet 10 inches.
d- The exact date has not been finally down. The world record of 14 feet I He competed in 1F n'iety during
n fixed but the races will probably 1 inch is held by Sabin Carr of his sophomore year last season. In
1be held June 14. 1 Yale. I only two of them &d' he fail toI
Washington, which has met the Coach Frank Hill, Warne's track make 13 feet. His best effort was
Baserson, watr hse te coach, feels confident that his pro- the last meet of tfie year when he
inoter years, willr brg thee tege will establish a new record for tied with ,dmonds of Stanford at
strongcrews east this season-rgthe event before the year is over. i 13 feet 8 3-4 inches in the National
ter aresi thnisvarstysan- In the ten meets in which he has Collegiate neet.
their varsity, junior varsity and
freshman eights. The Ruskies have participated this year he has never His consistent performances
always enjoyed their races here, during the cutrrent season have
as the stop-over tends to break the Ato J never been eualled by any prey-i
as thesvastop-overoir~
tedium of their cross-continent ride An ricansomen.gare his
1 and helps keep the men in form for 4 Meet British Today mrks so far this season:
the intercollegiate regatta at Qualrangular--13 feet.I
Poughkeepsie. N. Y. A. C.-i3 feet, 6 inches.
(H33 Assoea4d Press) Tianua-3ft ichs
Huskies Get No Guarantee. IsTriangul --13 feet, 6;inches.
This year, however, when they 3SUNNINGDALE,tEngland, April 1 Big Ten Meet-13 feet 3 1-2
edngtitos o )rc r30.-Glenna Collett will lead her'inches.
1 opene"d neg oiations ra race or lAmerican women's golfing team IlnisRay-3et,6nhs-
9 aeDirector Little was forced to ainstaicedEnlisnsuaihreRelay-l3 feet, 6 inches. 1
eagaint a picked English squad here National A. A. U.-13 feet, 91
advise them that owing to the tomorrow in an international team inches.-,
heavy expense involved in build- match. Texas Relays-13 feet 8 1-2
at budget had no provision for an-i The match will consist of five ! inches.
other guarantee for crew. Wash- foursomes and ten singles with the S. M. U. Relays-13 feet 4 1-2
ington's answer to this was a splen- foursome in the morning and the inches.
ts, did spcsing proposition to stop singles in the afternoon. Kansas Relays-13 feet 9 3-4r
of 1tLUnro p inn res

Seven F-eshimai Golfers Firish
High In Play to Decide
Club Memberships.
Tournament play has been pro-
gressing for the past few days on
the Ann Arbor golf course in the
contest for the eight memberships
to be given out by the Barton Hills
and Ann Arbor Golf clubs to the
winners in the 36-hole medal play.
With the majority of the returns
in last night, a few of the places
were as yet doubtful and it is ex-
pected that Coach Courtright will
name the winners today.
In the two days play Heppes, a
sophomore, turned in a fine per-
formance to take low scoring hon-
ors with a 143 for two eighteens.
Heppes' total for the first eighteen
on Tuesday was 73, but in yes-
terday's play he gave an excellent
exhibition of golf for an even 70,
netting him a total of 143, for the
two days.
Seven of the first thirteen men
were freshmen. Several of them
showed good form and turned in
low scores in competition with Var-
sity men. Redniss, a first year man,
scored a total of 149 with a 76-73
card for the two days, which un-
officially gives him fourth place in
the ranking.
Becker, after shooting a 75 on
the initial eighteen, came back with
a 71 in the play yesterday to take
second with a total of 146. Hub-
bard was next with a 147, nosing
out Redniss by two strokes. Beard
and Jolly, two more first year men
were tied for fifth with 151 each.
Beard's play was consistent with a
74 and 77, while Jolly turned in one
of the best cards of the first day
with an even 70 but expeaienced
'difficulty yesterday and rolled up a
score of 81.
Sixth place was taken with a 152
by Hoover, with Watl'i-g following
closely in seventh with a 153. Park,
another freshman, ended up in



nere andt race the Badigers without miss Collett, the American cnam-
any financial inducements. Natur- pion, will use all of the players
ally, this was accepted. on her squad while Molly Gourlay,
The addition of the Washington captain of the home forces, will call
regatta rounds out for Coach' on only 11.
kivrPhy the finest competitive For the Aniericans only Miss
schedule any Wisconsin crews have Collett, Virginia Van Wie and
everhad. They meet the Pennsyl- Maureen Orcutt will play in both
vahia varsity on Lake Mendota, the foursomes and singles. For, the
May 24, in a two-mile race. About English team, nine of the ten four-
three weeks later will come the somes players will compete in sin-
races with Washington, at the same gles.
distances, immediately after which 1 The invading squad arrived at
the squad will entrain for Pough- 4 Southampton yesterday afternoon
keepsie and the annual regatta on and less than four hours later the
the Hudson, June 26, against the Americans were out on Sunning-
= ick of the nation, dale's fairways.
Yearlings Book Races. After the team match against
k In addition to these varsity the English. Miss Collett and most
races, Coach Frank Orth's fresh- of her companions will leave foi
men will have two good races next Forrnby to compete in the Britis2
month, one against St. John's Mili- women's championship in which
tary academy on Lake Nagowicka, 'the American champion reachec
and against Culver Military aca- the final round last year only to
demy on Lake Mendota. lose to Joyce Wethered.


Drake Aellays-13 feet 11 inches.
Inverness is Given
1931 National Open
Announcement was made Tues-x
day that the 1930 National Open
Golf tournament had been award-
ed to the Inverness Golf club of To-
ledo, Ohio. the dates on which
the meet will bep n ed rlhave -n t

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