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PAGE .SIX

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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SATURDAY, MAY 3, 193'0

PAG~ ~&~&' SATPR~A~ MAY ~, ~1~3D -,

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WOL.VERINES

READY

FOR

PURPLE

GAME

TODAY

IR IN 1!G NINE- HRSlj'
Michigan Diamond Team Secks
Second Western Conference
Victory of Season.
BILL COMPTON TO HURL
PROBABLE LINE -UPS.

By Sheldon C. Fullerton, the trip to Columbus to compete
Ohio State athletes had a per- in the annual Ohio State Relays
fect day early this week when they which will be held today. Sentman,
took four matches in different sensational hurdler, is expected to
sports with other schools. The base- be the biggest scorer for the In-
ball nine gained a 4-3 win over dians.
Cornell largely due to the hitting
of Fontaine, who got three solid ! Braich McCracken, captain
hits, two of them triplets. Cornell and ;tar of Indiana's 1929-30.
also lost to th% Buckeyes in tennis, cage team, has been honored
the 1'nal score being 8-1. by being awarded the L. G.
Balfour trophy for basketball.
Besides these two victories The awards are given annual-
the Onio school defeated the ly to the men who bring the
River Ridge Polo team, 7-3, most honor and distinction to

N.W.
Rojan, C.
Dempsey, ss.
Kadison, if.
Crizevsky, fr.
Oliphant, lb.
Schwartz, 2b.
Prang, f.
Schuett, 3b.
Fyfe, p

MICAI.
Butler, rf.
Superko, 3b.
Tompkins, ef.
Hludson, lb.
Straub, 2b.
Myron or Daniels
ss.
Truskowski, c.
Langen or Mc-
Cormick, If.
Pa... ttan. nr

while the golfers were taking
the measure of St. John's Col-I
lege of Toledo. In the east an-
other luckeye athlete was
celebrating the perfect day,

George Simpson equalling hisI
With but one defeat out of three record of 9.6 in the 100 yard
dash at the Penn Relays. All
Con-ference starts against them a- in all a good afternoon.
confident Northwestern baseball i ag fto
team will invade Ferry Field at Illinois will meet Northwestern
2:30 o'clock this afternoon in an in golf today, with the Indiana
attempt to keep their Big Ten rec- seeking their second straight vic-
ord without another game on the tory of the Conference season. In
the team's first match it defeatedI
wrong side of the percentage col- Ohio State, 12 to 6 and it will beI
umn. Illinois holds the tone vic- seeking revenge from the Wildcats i
tory over them while Purdue was frte1 - o612dfa ht
unable to cope with their attack for the 11 1-2 to 6 1-2 defeat that
in two attempts. is absorbed last spring.
Highly elated over what they feel Illinois' great all
is the Wildcats have turned out in around athlete ,had a good day
some time the invaders do not con- both at bat and on the mound
sider2 a supposedly weaker Wolve r- for they Illini in their 12-1, win
e aggregation a serious opponent. on the diamond over Purdue
At present; in fourth position in ( several days ago. Mills held
Conference, standings, the Wildcats the Boilermakers to seven hits,
are hoping for- a win which will gaTerthem only one run, and
conitribiuted, a home run to the
give them a chance to move higher llini cause.
toward the leadership of the pack l
in the wild scramble for the cham-' Coach Chick Werner has nomi-
pionship. (CahCikWrehanm-
ihig.tnated 11 Illinois trackmen to make
Michigan, on the other hand, ________________
with one tie gamne against Ohio !
State and one victory over a weak H awkeyes Enter Three
Chicago team in Conference com- Men in Weight Events
petition is in no .position to make
rash predictions as to how the (Special to The Daily)
game will end. Three games in IOWA CITY, May 2.-Each en-
four days with Ya long trip included tering the weight triathlon, three
is a hard test of a team's stamina, University of Iowa athletes have
and while the Wolves handed the been selected for competition in the
Midway squad a 4-3, beating Wed- Ohio relays at Columbus today,
nesday, the play was decidedly not Coach G. T. Bresnahan declared
of a championship calibre, and the yesterday.
long trip to Hamilton and back to The men are L. D. Weldon, win-E
meet Colgate may tire the players. ner of the javelin at the Texas
Displaying a smooth-working in- and Drake relays; Wesley Young-
field and a real "murders row" erman, and Wayne Massey. In
against the Boilermakers, North- charge of Thomas E. Martin, weight1
western took no mercy on their op coach, the contestants will leave
ponents and smashed out 12 hits Iowa City Friday. Weldon hopes toj
for a total of eight runs in one of accumulate his points in the three-
the games. On the other hand C event competition by hurling thel
they displayed against Illinois that javelin more than 2C0 feet, as he
they were capable of playing very did at Drake last Saturday. He also
mediocre ball when the Illini land- will put the shot and throw the
(Continup4 n Page 7) ;discus.

Indiana in their separate lines
of sport each year.
Light workouts have been the
vogue for Indiana's diamond clan
for the past couple of days. Challk
talks have taken up a large part
of the afternoons, while only light
batting and fielding .exercises have
been resorted to on the field.
Purdue's tennis team, in a
tennis match with DePauw
preparatory to engaging Ohio
State this afternoon, gained a
well deserved 10-2 victory, de-
spite the fact that the courts
were in poor shape and a wind
of cyclonic proportions hinder-
ed flay The Boilermakers took
seven out of the eight singles
matches, besides three out of
four of the doubles.
Soccer Team to Meet
Detroit Champs Today
Michigan's cosmopolitan soccer
team will play the strongest team
of Detroit, the :Iolly Carbureter Co.,
in their first game at 3:00 o'clock
this afternoon on Ferry Field. This
will mark the inauguration of soc-
cer at the University of Michigan
although the team, under the di-
rection of Coach Johnstone is not
sponsored by the university, but has
been organized from a large group
of students who desired to play this
game.
Particular interest has been di-
rected to this first soccer squad of
university students because of the
fact that the lineup of the team
includes eight foreign nations, in
most cases those countries in which
soccer enjoys a much greater pop-
ularity than it does in the United
States.
India leads the list with four re-
presentatives on the squad. China,
Mexico, Colombia, Korea, New Gui-
nia, Bolivia, and Persia each have
one man in the regular lineup. Hope
has been expressed that the en-
thusiasm shown by the students in
this sport may prompt the athletic
officials to sponsor a soccer team.

LARHGE sH GQHOYT THINCLADS
SCOMPETE WITHY I O PS
TOREAYA OIOHOE__
While the Varsity is striving for
honors at the Ohio Relays, the
Coach Steve Farrell Takes 25 Michigan freshman trackmen are Wolverines to Pesent a Strng! and retain the net crown brought
Maize and Blue Trac!en inaugurating their outdoor season-1 Aggrepgtio' in, Defe to Ann Arbor last year.
to Annual Event. with a telegraphic meet against the of oiferene Tite. Reports fro Evanston promise
Ohio State yearlings this week end. Iplenty of competition for the Wol-
-- ; erines in their Conference opener
MANY SCHOOLS ENTERED The Wolverines are performing I EAL IN FIRST SINGLES this afternoon. The Northwestern
-without the personal guidance of - --roster shows a wealth of veteran
Entering the Ohio rdlays at Co- Coach hoyt, who is in Columbus With hopes for the first success- material and the Wildcats have
lumbus today with a squad of about with the varsity squad. ful defense of a Western- Confer- been conceded a place among the
I 25 men Coach Steve Farrell will pit The final results of the tele- ence tennis championshiip in nine favorites in the race for Big Ten
the Wolverine's track hopes against graphic meet will not be known un- years, Coach Caurtright's Varsity honors.
some of the best competition in the til late today inasmuch as the per- court squad wilit usher in Big Ten ; Bob Beal, by virtue of a three set
country. With such a large amountoranceo Oh State ta competition at 2:30 this afternoon challenge decision gained over Ed-
ofuntrith scd are amot mev in Columbs wil the re against Northwestern- on- the Ferry die Hammer Thursday afternoon,
ofmaterial and entries in almosti ceived in Ann Arbor until then. The
Field courts. will assume the number one singles-
every event the Michigan mentor chances of the Wolverines are fiecu tl fal- asslte tomatch strokes
I hopes to capture several point win- hopeful, although most of the races Clen feW net laurels have fal- post and is slated to match stroes
ning places. sere held under adverse weather Ien to Wolverie combinations m with Northwestern's captainus
Entries of 55 colleges and univer--: lds urg a he watheroodd pears since 1923 but always Bergherm. Bergherm, who may
sities have been made in tne sev- days, in which the trials were held when the suceedring, season's play ;be remembered. as 4n almost unan-
enth annual Ohio Relays bringing .n Ann Arbor, the track has been was over a new champion was I imous selection at Ifullback on the
[together some of the best talent of1 ;wept with strong winds which were ircrowned. This year with- a band All Conference football team,
the east, middle west and south especialiy big handicaps in the dis-~ of strong first year performers boasts a flashy assortment of
west. And the main attraction of tance runs. available Michigan is conceded a strokes and should give the Wl-
the meet will be the hundred yard A trio of Maize and Blue fresh- very excellent chance to turn about (Continued on Page 7)
dash where Eddie Tolan will carry nren thinclads won the first three
the Michigan in what should be the places in both the 100 yard and the
greatest event of the season. ! 220 yard dashes in the trials held
George Simpson, national col-22yrddhemthtrashd
Geore Smpsn, ntioal ol-Thursday afternoon. Hit, Lamb,1
legiate champion and holder of theThdayatcrosn. hetamb,
only recognized mark of 9.4 seco and Boettlor crossed the tape in
in the hundred will defend his one, two, three order in both of
home track against Bracey of Rice these races in about the usual time
'Institute ndTan Thestheefor college freshmen. Hitt took the
IIsiueand Tolan. These three 100 yard dash in 10.1.
sprinters with the addition of Cy 100 yard dashem tad.p.
Leland of Texas are considered the Egieston is the outstanding per-
fastest men in the country and a former in both the high and low, I
special timing camera device hurdles for the Michigan squad,
Brodcl oth and
been rigged for the finish of this m 27ing thesete Te enet two to
ramogtedngpit an finish in the high hurdles were { ,.
Amng theleding pointbehdgaiyTn- bO x o d h r
1 es or heWovesshul beth .Roth and Haf ley. These two men!I
er o h ovssol etealso tied for third in the lows: being'I (tJ fO I'd }} iitts
relay teams that have been cutting nosed out of second place by De- I
the time of the existing records Baker
during practice sessions lately. To-_._ _
lan, Campbell, Murray and Smith .
make up the half mile teamthat is O mWarne WillAgain
expected to be the class of the field. Try for Worid Record
The four mile team consisting ofTr fo W rl; ecr ,9
Austin, Fitzgibbons, D'Anna andso MSecial to The DailI)
Waif will meet the boast of Mar~ EVANSTON, Ill., May 1.-Another
quette in this event which dope- attempt to better the world pole
sters have conceded to the flashyI
scrwsfo up ste thai heas y eevault mark will be made Saturday In White or Colors
craod from up state that has been at the Ohio relays by Ton Warne,
breaking all of the re-ords.. Northwestern university's crack
The rest of the Welverine en- Ivaulter who in his last tw meets
tries will be confined to the field vau o inuhiy ls to mets
events. H'l2ly Campbel vil i seek has come periously close to setting
to further the series of -.,:quests a new record.
Sthat he ptnerd by winr the The Purple star topped his per-
hammer throw at Drake Kati week formances for the year when he i
I with a heave of better thi 190 soared 13 feet 11 inches at the
feet. Sanderson and Brooks are en- Drake relays last Saturday. In his
tered in the discus throw and are attempt to make 14 feet 2 inches.-
I favored to place in that event. Pot-. Warne cleared the bar but knocked 8
tIe, the Wolverine pole vault artist, it off with his arm while coming 814 South State Street Phone 6868
will run into the tou-hest of com- down. The world record of 14 feet
petition when he meets Tommy 1 inch is held by Sabin Carr of
"Warne, the Wildcat star. Yale. - - -

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Linen and whim cord, in plain
white and colored checks are of-
fered, by us for spring wear.
$3.75

Wool Knickers
Tans and grays, in a variety of
shades and patterns. All are
tailored in plus-4 fashion.
$7.50

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V-neck and crew-neck sweaters, with and without sleeves,, in
tans, greens, blues, and grays and a number of distinguished
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$3.50 and more
White Duck Trousers
For tennis, we have provided white duck trousers in
sailor style and regular trousers.
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