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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAIU Y

TulESDAY, MAY 6, 1930

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MICHIGAN NINE

INVADES

MAROON

CAMP TODAY

WOLVERINE TITLESAT,
HPS AT ST AKE
First Game With Maroons Is
Taken by Wolves in Neat
4-3 Score.
COMPTON MAY PITCH
Somewhat encouraged by the1
jumble into which last Saturday's
games threw the Western Confer-
ence baseball title race, Coach RayI
Fisher took 12 players, still filled
with championship hopes, to Chi-
cago for the second encounter this
year between the Maroons and the
Wolverines this afternoon.
In the first game Michigan man-
aged to squeeze out a '4 to 3 vic-
tory and have hopes of repeating
with a larger difference in scores.
Chicago's success in holding the
Maize and Blue nine to this low
score was due mostly to the tact
that a left handed pitcher, Knowl-
es, was used, the first time this sea-
son that Michigan has faced a
southpaw. It is also likely that he
will pitch for the Maroons again
today.
Coach Fisher took Holtzman and
Compton on the trip 'intending tol
start Tompkins who has worked ef-
fectively during the final innings
of several games. The Michigan
mentor is called upon to do more'
guess work in respect to the pitch-'
ing staff than he has done for sev-
eral years. Coach Fisher has at his.
disposal a half dozen pitchers who
have good days at irregular per-
iods but who are pretty useless the
rest of the time. Fisher's problemp,
is guessing which day which pitch-
er will be hot.
The rest of the squad making the
trip to Chicago includes Captain
Straub, Truskowski, Hudson, Dan-
iels, Myron, Superko, Butler, Tomp-
kins, Langen, and Duckman. As
far as could be learned yesterday
Coach Fisher intends to make no
changes in the starting lineup he
used in the last game.
PROB.ABLE LIN)PUES

Varsity Tracknjen
Share Top Honors
in Buckeye Relaysl
Michigan's Varsity track team,
which will meet Illinois here on i
Saturday afternoon, caused a con-
siderable upset in the Ohio Relays'
held last Saturday at Columbusl
when it tied the Illini for individu-
al honors in the meet. Following
only a mediocre indoor season, and
only fair success in one outdoor
season to date, the triumph of the
Wolverines was all the more pleas-;
ing because of its being so unex-
pected.
Eddie Tolan, Michigan's sprint'
star, again ran second to George
Simpson of Ohio State in the "100
yard dash event, the Wolverine
finishing approximately two yarns,
behind Simpson and about six
inches ahead of Claude Bracey,
who took third place.
Wolves Win Relays.
Two relay victories fell to the
lot of the Michigan team, the Wol-
verines taking first place in both,
the quarter-mile and one-mile dis-'
Lances in addition to taking 4 third
place in theI four-mile relay. The
Wolverines' victory in the mile dis-
tance was accomplished without
the men having to extend them-
selves, but in the 440 yard relayl
the team finished in first place by
a matter of inches. Over the mile'
distance the team set a new Ohio,
Relay mark of 3:21 5-10.
Holley Campbell, another Wol-
verine star, set a new Relays mark
in the hammer throw when he took
the event with a heave of 164 feet'
1 inch to beat out his closest op-
ponent by 15 feet 1 inch. Patton,
also of Michigan, took a fourth
place in this event with a heave of
127 feet 2 inches.
Brooks. Takes a First.
Brooks of Michigan grabbed a'
first place in the discus throw,;
heaving the weight a distance of:
149 feet 5 1-2 inches, over eight
feet better than his closest competi-
tor, while Poorman took a fourth,
place in the shot put with a 44
feet 8 3-4 inch heave.
Johnny Pottle, with a mark of 131
feet managed to take third place in!
the pole vault.;
Almost all of Michigan's points;
with the exception of the relays
were scored in the field events, and
it is on these that the Wolverinej
team is basing its hopes of taking I
the dual meet with the IllinL

JOHNSON PLACES HOPES OF SENATORS IN
QUARTET OF VETERAN BASEBALL PLAYERS

Thirty-six SchoolsGI
in Interscholastic nnGm0
Cinder Path Tourney LE IllHEAEHYLS
Entries closed last night for the
thirtieth University of Michigan Coach Harry Kipke Sends Squad
outdoor interscholastic track and Through Hard Scrimmage
field meet according to the an- on Stadium Field.
nouncement of Karl G. Kcmpf,
manager of interscholastics. HEAT) SLOWS UP GAME
With 36 high schools and over 500!
athletes competing in the annual Under the sweltering hot sun of
event the success of this year's pro- yesterday afternoon the Wolverine
ic appears assurcd. The follow- gridiron aspirants engaged in a
scrimmage game within the Michi-
ing teams will be represented: Ad- gran stadium. Coach Harry Kipke
S an, Dearborn, Wayne, University divided the squad into two sections
of Detroit High, Redford, North- , with the so-called regulars being
l out-scored by the white-i erseyed,
eastern, Cass Tech, Southeastern, uresred 9-0.
Western, Eastern, Northwestern,' Earlyin the game, Miller, playing
Detroit Central, Lansing Eastern, right tackle for the second team
Plymouth, Lincoln High of . Van blocked Heston's kick on the two
Dyke, Belleville, East Tawas, Char- yard line for a- safety giving the
reserves a two-point lead. With the
lotte, Sparta, Kalamazoo Central, exception of the safety, the two
Okemos, Napoleon, Ann Arbor, Bel- teams looked pretty evenly matched
levue, Royal Oak, Ottawa Hills, with neither able to gain an ad-
Comstock Park, St. Clair, University vantage, finishing up the first per-
iod in midfield.
High of Ann Arbor, Tecumseh, Newmann was at the signal call-
Roosevelt High of Wyandotte, ing post for the regulars at the be-
Grand Rapids South, Saginaw ginning. Heston and Wills filled
Eastern, Shaker Heights High of the halfback positions, with La-
Cleveland, Lowell, and Scott High Jeunesse playing fullback. Sikken-
'of Toledo. ga and Shea were in as ends with
C Competition promises to be of a Cook and McGrath the tackle posts,
high order in both the quest for in- Richardson and Smith at guard,
clividual as well as team honors.| and Morgan at center.
Toledo Scott, Kalamazoo Central, I The reserves backfield, composed
Grand Rapids South, and the de- of Tessmer at quarter, Berkowitz
fending titleholders, Northwestern and Bob O'Neil at half, and Gold-
of Detroit appear strong among the smith at full, showed power and
claimants for total score laurels. (Continued on Page 7)

Asocated Press Photo

t
Golfero Show Signs
of Titular Strngth
When the Wolverine golf tear.
crashed through with their win.
over Ohio last Friday they estab-
lished themselves as heavy con-
tenders jor the title. Coach True-
blood is now back on the job and
he and Courtright should whip the
squad into the championship. This
13-5 beating handed out to the
Buckeyes on their home course was
the nineteenth straight dual win
that the Wolves have had over
them and should be an indication
of the strength of the Maize and
Blue mashie wielders.
Practicing up now for the meet
with Micigan State the gr 4fers'
are not in' any fervor of excite-
sient and this match may be a
chance for several of the reserves]
to show up under fire. The coming
meet with Chicago however will be
a test that will determine the value
of the preseason forecasts of the
Michigan boosters. On the famous
Scioto course the Varsity played
an unbeatable game in spite of the
high wind that was the greatest'
hazard and the fact that the
Buckeye captain stymied himself to
lose to Hicks was the only evidence
of a break that the Wolverines had.

Although several new faces have M ural
appeared in the Washington Sen-

Department Is

ators' lineup this season it is these Making Summer Plans
veterans who are carrying th,.e bur- I
den. Judge and Bluege are playing F
good baseball in the infield, and Fe
with Rice in the garden and Mar- of the University of Michigan Sum-
berry taking his regular turn on mer Session, a comprehensive pro-
the mound these four men form the gram of intramural athletics and
main cogs in the Washington ma- activities will be conducted under
chine. the supervision of Mr. Paul R
Upon their playing Manager IWashke, Assistant Director of In-
Walter Johnson, one of the great, itramural Athletics at the Universit3
who played with Washington many of Michigan. This program will in-
seasons, bases his hopes of landing elude competitiye play, such as
his team in the first division. Pros- 1 tennis, swimming, playground ball
pects for this appear bright right golf, hand-ball, horseshoes, squash,
now with the Senators pressing the racquets, and similar games adapt
Cleveland Indians hard for their ed to mid-summer. There will also
place at the top of the American be a number of non-competitive
League rankings. recreational activities.

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