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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAOSEEN

Wolverine

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MICHIGAN MNTORItramral News
HAS CREAT HOP _ _ __ _ __ _ __ __ _ __ _ __ _
Farrell to Take Bus Load of TODAY'S BASEBALL GAMES. I Rifles, ammunition, and officials
Athletes to Columbus for 4:15. will be furnished by the sponsors.
Gt mes 1. Oakland vs. Ramblers. On the day of the tournament each;
Buckeye Games. 2. Soph Eng. (Anderson) vs. Jr. contestant will be accorded 12
Eng. (Zanoff). practice shots, after which he will
HOLD LIGHT PRACTICE 3. Jr. Dents (Collins) vs. Sr. receive 10 shots for record at a
Lits (Hanauer). distance of 50 feet. Entries may
Working out in perfect track; 4. Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs. Al- have unlimited practice before the
conditions yesterday the Wolverine pha Delta Phi. day of the contest. A silver trophy
squad prepared for the Ohio Re- i 5. Psi Upsilon vs. Tau Kappa I cup will go to the winner while the
Epsilon. runner-up is to receive a gold{
lays to be run at Columbus next 6. Phi Sigma Delta vs. Hermi- medal. To date, 30 entries havel
saturday. With the team in per- tage. been received, but the Intramural I
feet shape Coach Farrell is plan- 7. Alpha Phi Alpha vs. Phi Mu department expects the list to sur-
in on athering a ver vcreditable Alpha. pass a total of 60.

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number of points on the Buckeye!
grounds.
Practice last night was light and
the entire squad limbered up and
then devoted most of their time to
starts and a few easy distance
ruzns. The field events received an
extra amount of attention as to
form and with no attempt at rec-
ords. Farrell announced that thereI
would be no further time trialsI
this season.
Dahlem En'ters Broad Jump.
Dahlem worked on the javelin
most of the evening and then tried
a few broad jumps. He is expected{
to show up well in the latter eventI
and is perfecting his take off and
form in the air. Due to changing!
his feet on the take off last season
Dahlem has had some difficulty in.
getting the maximum out of his'
jump, but he should turn in his
best performance this Saturday.
Coach Steve Farrell announced:
that he would take a bus load of!
athletes with him on the OhioI
trip. The Seymour twins, Russell,
and Bueller will make up the mile;
team. Austin, Fitzgibbons, D'Anna,
and Wolff will run the 4 mile event
while the 880 yd. team consistingI
of Tolan, Campbell, Murray, and
Smyth which cut .2 of a second off
the Penn Relay record in practice
will also compete.
Tolan to Run 100.

3. Kappa Nu vs. Triangle. j
5:15.
1. Chemistry vs. Eng. Research.
2. Physics vs. Geography - His- I
tory.
3. Phi Kappa Psi vs. Delta Phi.:
4. Alpha Kappa Lambda vs. Phi T
Kappa Sigma. ,
5. Tau Delta Phi vs. Acacia.
6. Phi Delta Epsilon vs. Alpha Will Celebrate Minnesota Day'
Phi Chi. With Special Ceremonies
7. Phi Rho Sigma vs. Pi Kappa As Teams Play.
Alpha.
8. Phi Beta Delta vs. Delta Al- (Special 1o The Daily)
pha Epsilon. MADISON, Wis., Anril 30.-Al-4
The Intramural department's though no special ceremonies are1
first all-campus rifle s rhootingcon- planned for the occasion, Minne-
terst awhchms robe spoono n-bysota day, so designated in recogni-
test, which is to be sponsored by tion of the long unbroken and
R. 0. T. C., will take place at the gratifying athletic relations between
R. O. T. C. field on Tuesday after- the Universities of Wisconsin andl
noon, May 6, from 3:00 to 5:30. Minnesota, promises to develop un-1
~usual interest Saturday and shouldj
aid in cementing the friendly feel-
ing which has existed since the
first Badger-Gopher football game
in 1889.
-Coachl Tom Janes' Cardinal track
TEteam will meet the Gophers under
Coach Sherman Finger, at Camp
Randall Saturday, the first event
Tennis and'Baseball Teams Willi starting at 1:30 p. m. At 3:451
Invade Ann Arbor; Golfers Coach Guy Lowman's baseball
o eet Illinois. team will take the field against the
to Minnesota nine in an endeavor to
maintain their clean Confeience
ONE ENTERED AT OHIO record,
George Little, director of Badger
(Speeial to The Daily) athletics, has invited Fred Luhring,
EVANSTON, Ill., April 30.-North- head of physical education, Fritz

YANKEES SHUT DVDETAISD ACCOJNT OF SECOND
L L CONFERENCV; BASEBALL CONTEST
AST NIFirst Inning. Sixth Inning.
Chicago: Holahan fouled to Hud-; Chicago: Holahan drew a base
son. Johnson popped a single over I on balls. Johnson flied to Tomp-
igers Take 6.4 DecisiFonsromr J-kins. Fish singled through first,
{Chicago as Giants gomowns short. Fish forced Johnson at sec- 'oaa aigtid ntepa
Ct cg sGat oDw ond, Straub, to Daniels. Wingate Holahan taking third. On the play
Before Brooklyn. .lnd atr d anie . Wi -ateat third Fish went to second. Win-
---ined a hard single to center. Ur- gate struck out, but Truskowski,
PIRATES LOSE TO CUBS ban forced Wingate at second, Su- thinking the inning was over,
jperko to Straub. No runs, two hits. threw the ball back to the mound
'lThe Yanks found themselves yes- Michigan: Butler popped to Ol- and Holahan scored. Urban struck
yson. Superko lined to Bluhm, Ur-,out. One run, one hit, one error.
terday .and shut out the .Washing- "
ban came in from center for Tomp-' Michigan: Tompkins grounded
ton Senators to the tune of 9-0 kins' fly. No runs, no hits. to Olson. Hudson popped to Hola-
when George Pipgras pitched a Second Inning. 'han. Straub walked. Tipler threw
strong game, allowing only 5 hits. Chicago: Tipler was hit by axout Daniels. No runs, no hits.
Washington made four errors be- pitched ball. Bluhm was forced at Seventh Inning.
bind Brown and Burke. Brown, i second, Montague to Daniels. 01- Chicago:.Temple batted for Tip-
i son was hit in the wrist by a ,lr and fanned. Van Dine batted
rookie Cleveland pitcher stretched pitched ball. Bluhm was caught for Bluhm and was hit by a pitch-
his winning streak to three straight off second, Montague to Daniels. ed ball.. Olson forced Van Dine at
game in winning over the St. Louis Olson was forced at second, Super- second, Hudson to Daniels. Know-
Browns by a score of 6-3. General ko to Straub. No runs, no hits. les popped a single to left, Olson
Crowder opposed him. Michigan: Urban had to go deep holding second. Holahan drove a
to take Hudson's fly. Tipler took single to center, but Tompkins'
C Straub's hard liner. Daniels was beautiful throw caught Olson try-
in the series with the Pittsburgh called out on strikes. No runs, no ing to score. No runs, two hits.
Pirates in defeating them 5-2. Ma- ! hits, no errors. Michigan: Temple playing third
lone shut out the Ensmen until the Third Inning. and Van Dine left for Chicago.
eighth inning when they managed Chicago: Holahan popped to Su- Truskowski tripled to the tennis
to push over two runs on him. The I perko. Johnson flied out to Lan- courts. Coach Nordgren permitted
McGraw outfit went down to de- gen. Superko threw out Fish. No Hudson to run for Truskowski, who
feat a g a i n s t the rejuvenated ,runs, no hits, no errors. was injured in the first half of the
Brooklyn Dodgers.. Dazzy Vance ;Michigan: Truskowswi beat out inning. Truskowski will remain in
fed them buckshot all afternoon a hit to short. Langen fouled toIthe game. Langen. popped to Fish.
and emerged a 6-4 winner, holding Johnson. Montague struck out. Montague walked. Olson muffed
the Giants to 6 hits over the route. Butler also fanned. No runs, one Butler's grounder, Hudson scoring
The score by innings. hit, no errors. and Montague taking second. Su-
AMERICAN LEAGUE. Fourth Inning. perko hit into a double play, Hola-
Chicago ......100 101 010-4 13 1 Chicago: Straub tossed out Win- han to Olson to Fish. One run,
Detroi .......400 000 20*-6 18 0 gate. Urban singled to left. Tip- one hit, one error.
Blankenship, Caraway, Walsh 1ler hit into a double play, Montague Eighth Inning.
and Autry; Hogsett and Har- to Daniels to Hudson. No runs, one Chicago: Johnson popped to
grave. hit, no errors. Straub. Fish singled over second.
Michigan: Superko was safe on Wingate doubled to left, Fish hold-
Cleveland . .. .100 110 030-6 14 0 Tipler's wild throw to first, Super- ing third. Fish scored and Win-
St. Louis.. ..100 002 000-3 6 1 ko going to second on the over- gate went to third on a wild pitch.
Brown and Sewell; Crowder and throw. Tompkins sacrificed, Win- Urban grounded to Superko, whose
Manion. gate to Fish. Hudson hit to Olson, throw to the plate caught Win-
whose throw to Wingate caught gate. Temple walked. Compton
Philadelphia . .000 000 300-3 6 1 Superko in a pickle°. Superko replaced Montague for Michigan.
Boston .. , . . 104 C01 10*-7 13 4 scored when Wingate threw past Van Dine singled to right, scoring
Quinn, Liebhart, Mahaffey and the plate, Hudson taking third on ' Urban and Temple holding third.
Cochrane; Gaston and Berry. the play. Straub singled over short, Olson forcedTemple, Superko un-
scoring Hudson. Fish fumbled assisted. Two runs, three hits, no
New York ....300 000 051-9 12 1 Knowles' peg and Straub went to I errors.
I Washington . .000 000 000-0 5 41 second. Tipler overthrew first on Michigan: Tompkins struck out.
Pipgras and Hargrave; Brown, Truskowski's grounder, Truskowski I Hudson walked,- Straub singled to
Burke and Ruel. taking second and Straub scoring. left, Hudson holding second. Dan-
Tipler threw out Langen. Three ! iels forced Straub, Temple to Olson,
NATIONAL LEAGUE. runs, one hit, four errors. Hudson taking third. Olson threw
Pittsburgh .,..000 000 020-2 7 1 Fifth Inning. out Truskowski. No runs, one hit,
!Chicago ......110 111 00*--5 9 o . Chicago: Bluhm popped to Dan- no errors.
| Jones, Stoner and Hemsley; Ma- I iels. Montague threw out Olson. Ninth Inning.
lone and Hartnett. Knowles struck out. No runs, no Chicago: Straub fumbled Know-
hits, no errors. les' grounder. Holahan fouled to
I St. Louis .... 001 010 010-3 11 1 Michigan: Montague fanned.! Truskowski. Johnson was called
Cincinnati . . .001 200 00l- 4- 7 1 Butler also struck out. Superko ( out on strikes. Fish flied to Lan
Johnson and Wilson; Lucas and rolled to Tipler. No runs, no hits. Igen. No runs, no hits, one error.

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Tolan will run the 100, Wood and !western univers-ity's spring athletic j Crisler, athletic director and head
Potter the hurdles and Brooks and teams face a busy week end, all football coach, together with the
Sanderson will throw the discus. four of them seeing action away president of the senate of the Uni-
Brooks and Poorman are scheduled r h s g t versity of Minnesota, to attend the
to put the shot while Campbell and from home on Saturday. I events here Saturday as guests of
Patton are on the hammer, with Two teams, baseball and tennis, honor.
Brubaker and Donugal on the jave- . compete against Michigan at Ann
lin. Felker is marked for the high Arbor, the golf team meets Illinois
jump and Dahlem the broad jump, at Urbana while Tom Warne in the ATHLETIC SCHEDULE FOR
while Pottle will compete in the - pole vault will be the lone repre-. TILE REST OF THE WEEK.
pole vault. sentative of the track team at the;
Farrell announced that Chap- Ohio relays at Columbus. -Thursday.
man would be unable to make the Nine Will Battle Wolves. Baseball-Colgate at Hamilton.
trip due to a leg injury that has Coach Paul Stewart's baseball Friday
not completely gotten back into nine will attempt to upset the Wol-1 Baseball-Colgate at Ihamilton.
shape, but that he was being saved verines, thus atoning for the one Golf-Ohio State, there.,
for ,the meet with Illinois. With the sided defeat they took from Illi- Saturday
chartering of a bus to make the nois earlier in the week. The Wild- Baseball-Northwestern. here.
trip into the Buckeye territory it cats have played three Conference Track-Ohio Relays at Colum-
is possible to take about 30 men games to date, winning two from bus.
and Steve believes that with the Purdue and dropping one to the Tennis-Northwestern, here.
abundance of material a large Illini. Joe Kadison, who stopped -
score should be forthcoming. Purdue effectively in his- first start
of the year may get the call against,
Michigan Saturday.
,1rThe golf team which took a 14 to B
Diamond Chatter 110 trimming from Iowa last week
will get a chance to even things in
(Continued Prom Page 6) the match with Illinois pt Urbana
Johnson looked clumsy in going Saturday. Coach Kranz contem-
after . Trnskowski's triple to the plates several changes in his line- STARTING FR
tennis courts in deep right field in up for the coming match. The Pur-
the seventh. He raced back to snag ple quartet which will go up!
the hit and stumbled all of the against the Illini will probably con- SEE F
way to the courts trying to fkeep sist of Ollie Rogers, Sammy Ar-
from ay ling t flah onurts fagce pnold, Eugene Galyoon and Fred
from falling fiat on his face. k The latter three are
sophomores.
GOLF CHEDULE. Netmen to Meet Spartans.
May 2-Ohio State, there. Coach Arthur Nethercot's tennis
May 7-M. S. C., here.! team will make a two day invasion__
Nyay 10-Chicago, here. I of Michigan, meeting Michigan
May 15-Northwestern, there. State at Lansing on Friday and
May 17-Wisconsin, there. then going over to Ann Arbor for
May 24-Illinois, here. the match with the Wolverines on
Dates for the annual Confer- Saturday$ The Purple representa-
ence meet will be announced at tives will probably be Capt. Rus
some later date as they have not Bergherm, John Curtiss, Bert Riel,
been set as'yet. Bruce Brayton, Gil Sheldon, Joe
s Euans and Cliff Nelson.c
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