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THE MIC I A DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1930,'

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MICHIGAN

GOLFERS

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B UCKEYES

TODAY

I TIGERS BOW TO ATHLETICS, 19 2;
PIRATES LOSE TO BSTON BRAVES
Only two games were played to- Pittsburgh Pirates in the National'
day in the major leagues, all the have
other teams making jumps from the hav the edge at present.Whethier'
west to the east and vice-versa. they can maintain this margin re-
i the American League Philadelphia mains to be seen as sevei'al of the
crushed Detroit 19 to 2, in a game stronger clubs still have failed to
which saw the Bengals hopelessly sh ow tlhir full power.
outclassed from start to finish.
Five home runs of the combined AMERICAN LEAGUE.
bats of Bishop, Foxx, and Simmons i TR1E
aided materially in the disastrous DetroitH....000 002 000- 2 7 1
downfall of the Tiger clan. The Phi.adelph. 511 220 08-19 18 0
e Athletics hammered three Detroit iSordellh .ae, Sullivan and l8ay-
pitchers for 18 hits as against the worthl,; Grove and Cochrane.
r five which the Harrismen were
able to garner from the offerings of
Bob Grove. ATONALLEAGUE E
Boston defeated Pittsburgh in the HBoston.......000 00E010-4 9 1
- only National League game, 4 to 3. Pittsburgh .. .100 000 020-3 10 0
o This was a well played game andP Seibold and Spohrge.; French -nd
the result was in doubt until the i dHargreavesr
last man was put out in the ninth. I-_a-geves.
o Neun and Berger hit home runs in
this game. The real turning point of Walker Cup Team Sees
the contest proved to be the first Hayd Battle in Isles
s half of the seventh inning, whenI
the Braves amassed three of their (73, 4ssriatc'd Press)
four runs. The Corsairs rallied in NEW YORK, May 1.-The haz-
the eighth inning for two runs, but ards of Sandwich, where the Walker
the Boston margin was too big to i cup matches will be played Ma
overcome.
With the season only recently 15-16, are numerous, but over-con.-
opened it is difficult to obtain a real fidence is one that the players
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COACH KIPKE DIVIDES GRID SQUAD
BIB FALK STARS INTOTEAMS FOR ANNUAL GAME-lU
FOR CLEVELAND Football interests saw a distinc These teams will play games
rise yesterday afternoon on the starting Monday afternoon in the__
southern confines of Ferry field stadium for the remainder of the
with Coach Kipke's announcement practice period. Probably the sched- Farrell to Lead Lare Michiati
of the division of his squad of ule of the practice encounters will Contingent to Cdlumbus;
spring gridiL'on aspirants into see scrimmage combats three times 24 Will Make Trip.
three teams for the annual inter- a week. -
game compet ion which climaxes Teams Picked. TOLAN TO FACE SIMPSON
the off season conditioning period. The first team iicludes: ik-
Three veterans of Wolverine foot- kenga, Johnson, Heston, Douglass, Coach Steve Farrell, with hi's bus
ball lore have been appointed to as- Richardson, Morgan, Cooke, Lin- load of 24 Wolverine trackmen, an
sume active charge of the three stron, Newman, Eastman, LaJeu- unprecedented number of men for
elevens and will assist Coaches nesse, Braford, Avery, Smith, Mc- Michigan to enter in this. meet, will
Ki'pke, Cappon, and Keen in the Grath, Wills, and Shea. leave Ann Arbor at 11:00 o'clock
workouts. Al Bovard will lead the The second team includes:. Park- I this morning for the Ohio Relays to
first team, Joe Gembis the second, er, William O'Neil, 'orner, Podlew- be held in Columbus tomorrow.
and Howard Poe has been chosen ski, Savage, Miller, Jorda, Berk- The unusual size of the squad com-
for the third team mentor. owitz, Marcovslky, Soelberg, Tess- bined with the excellent condition
mar, Kuijala, Williams, Goldsmith, of the men hats led the retiring
G O'Neil, Purdum, and Chloeset. Michigan mentor to hope for a very
tarIffits Gains 4219 4y
Third team candidates include: creditable showing at this meet.
:YVictory Oier tgnon IAbromovitz, Markley, Fisk, Wolfrom, Squad Numbers ?4.
Phelps, Drabicki,, Shick, Tringham, The squad going to Columbus to-
(ly Associated Press) Huskey, Unger, Barker, Benjamin, day includes Ca'ptain Poorman,
CHICAGO, May 1-Tuffy Grif- Kutchi, Tyler, Bator, Cox, Kirby, Holly Campbell, Potter, Jack Can'ip-
fiths, of Sioux City, Ia, today was and Starwoz. bell, Tolan, Murray, Smb'yth, Dale
back o onuheiy to oenderso
back on the list of contenders forGet Chalk Talk. Seymore, Dalton Seynore, Rus-
the world heavyweight boxing Practice yesterday saw the reg- sell, Mueller, Austin, Fitzgiby-
\ f championship, the stain of a tech- ular conditioning workouts open bons, D'Anna, Wolf, Wood, tel-
A"so---- - nical knockout defeat by Jack Gag- the work for the day. Following this ker, Dahlem, Pottle, Sanderson,
i Associated Press Photo I non removed from his record by a the squads were called together and Brooks, Brubaker, Dougal, and
Bib Falk. 10-round decision victory over the Head Coach Kipke drilled the en- B ding. This squad will give Mich-
Former Chicago White Sox out- Boston sailor last night. tire group for a half hour through i'gan representatives in practically
fielder, who was traded to the In- Before 20,550 spectators, most of the medium of a chalk talk. Follow- every event in the meet.
ns t swhomswent.hto the Chicago stadium ing this procedure the three squads. Besides the large size of thE
dins last season. Faik has shown hoping to learn that Gagnon's again were segregated and sent squad and the means of convey-
his worth with the Tribe by win- stunning victory over Griffiths at through signal drills Pa preparation ance, one other factor Which has
ning the regular left field job, while Philadelphia early last month was a for the more active play next week, never before been attempted b
his hitting has been a big factor in mistake, the tough one outboxed The weather condition highly Michigan will figure in this tmeet
the team's success. Gagnon most of the way. The right favorable to the baseball and ten- For the first time since Coach tar-
Archr imbr B ws he anv aseint Phfiaelhicasdidnlit-
"_______th cand that sent Gri ths rashidngt nis teams in their workouts, with rell has been directing the destinies
A rciers ember Rows tle damage, although Gagnon kept1 the sun operating in full force, fail- of the Wolverine thinclads, he wi'l
fr All-Campus Meet it busy all evening. It landed on ed to afford the gridders much I enter a four mile relay team in the
Tuffy's chin in the eighth round comfort and only the periodic Ohio Relays.
With the All-campus archery but Gagnon couldn't get his man breezes which have a way of aris- Picks Relay Team.
( tournament slated for May 7, pre- lined up for another shot. Grif- ing on the wide expanses of Ferry The team to represent the Maiz
I parations are being made for a fith's long left was in great work- field comforted the football men. and Blue in this event will be com
' closely contested match. Early en- ing order and it kept Gagnon off Practice will resume tomorrow posed of Austin, .Fitzg-ibbons
tries point to considerable enthu- balance. The sailor never stopped afternoon after a layoff which will D'Anna, and Wolf. While these men
siasm and regular. practice sessions trying and the right was swishing be brought about this afternoon as did not distinguish thenselves in
are being held each Sunday after- over Griffiths' head or landing high a result of the spring games. the indoor season, they have al
noon at the Field house. busily at the bell. -vO,neduyg ! (Continued on Page 7)

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linttern i te igde, ndline on the meri'ts of the clubs as i
liant teams in the Big Ten, and esyet. However, the Washington Sen-
their win over Ohio State does not ators and the Chicago White Sox
reflect against the play of theIA
Bucks. in the American League and the
Michigan Wins One.
Michigan's record to date is a re- Michigan Soccer Team
versal of that of their opponents,' .
having lost their first match of the to MeetUeroiUCb
year to the Detroit Country Club When the All-Campus soccer
only to find Purdue no opposition takes the 'field Saturday for
fotem. nThe Boilermaks took its initial tilt of the season againstl
the short end of a 14-4 count at Holly Carburetor Co., of Detroit, six
Barton Hills, and the form shown foreign countries will be represent-
by some of the Michigan players ed in their regular lineup. Several
was such that they may be counted weeks of intense practice under
on to give a good account of them-1 the careful tutelage of Coach John-
selves in any competition that the son has whipped together a formi-
Conference has to offer. dable aggregation from this me-
O~hio State has two veterans fronmlange of nationalities, and the ex-
a powerful team of last year again cellent brand of soccer that they
in the lineup, strengthened by the now display contributes to their
advent of two sterling freshmen unusual array of foreign atmos-
who are consistent shooters. Mich- phere to make the game Saturday
igan, on the other hand, has only an extraordinary one.
one letterman on the team, and heaFrom India come Chanan Gill, K.$
alternated at number four position Eapan, B. Kairon, Y. Terlokih, and
last season. The first three places G. Ittyerah, Bolivia is represented
on the Varsity are filled by members by L. Valvalde, and A. Junguita
of last year's yearling squad, which. hails from Colombio. China is the
was the best in the history of the home -of R. Suez, Mexico lays claim
school. . ito B. Madero, while Korea is the
Howard is Number One, birthplace of R. Kiln.
Howard as number one for Mich-In preparation for the contest
igan will oppose Keppler ir'the first Saturday, Coach Johnson will put
match of the day. Keppler won his his melting pot outfit through a
round from Martin of Illinois, andhselrimmaget athtthshat
this lone tampshim a an regular scrimmage mnatch this aft-1
this feat alone stamps him as an ernoon. Although they have had no
exceptional golfer, since Martin is worthy competition yet, he is con-
one of the best of the younger play- fident of their ability individually
ers in the middle west. Howard and as a team.
turned in a score of 73 against Pur-
due. I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
It is probable that Hicks, brother ,NFERENCE BASEBALL
of Helen Hicks, famous woman STANDINGS
golfer, will take care of the number .
two position this morning. He will - W L T Pet.
match strokes with Loop, who lost E Wisecnsin ........2 0 0 1.000
to Alpert of Illinois. Hicks played MICHIGAN -......1 0 1 1.000
number three against Purdue, but Ohio State __....1 0 1 1.000
this week he defeated Jack Len-1 Northwestern __..2 1 0 .60G
festy for the number two position. Indiana._..... . .2 1 0 .661
Lenfesty Will meet Sidebottom in Illinois ..........2 1 0 .667
the next match, and should the I Minnesota -. ... .1 1 0 .500
Wolverine sophomore be on his' Chicago......__...0 3 0 .000
game he should add points to the Purdue _ .... .0 4 0 .000
Michigan total.
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from the United States will not
have to overcome. As Captain Rob-
ert T. Jones, Jr., and seven other
golf stalwarts sailed for England
tonight there was no suggestion
from thern that the Ameficans
would successfully defend the fa-.
mous international trophy just be-
cause they always have done so.
As the crack amateurs left for
the second big golf invasion of
England in eight days, they agreed:
that the British attack at Sandwich
would be hard to repulse. The first
mass movement on the British oi-
tadel was made April 22 by a group
of women golfers who will go into
action tomorrow in a team match
with British women stars.

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