rA & THE MI.CHIGAN DAILY
TO FIRST YEAR
Coach Jack Blott's freshman
baseball team appears to possess
enough talent to 'assure them of
a successful season. The yearlings
have engaged the Varsity reserves
in two combats to date and have
managed to secure an even break.
In defeating the reserves by a
7-1 score, the freshmen uncovered
a very capable hurler in Lefty Mc-
Kay. The second game resulted in
a victory for the reserves by a score
of 8-6. Outstanding men in the in-
field are Manuel at shortstop, Ber-
ger at third base, and Richmond at
In the outfield two capable men#
are presented in Lapham and
Braendel. Diffley has shown great
prowess behind the plate, while
McKay and Hubbard appear to be
the best moundsmen for the fresh-
men. The team, as a whole, is com-
posed of strong hitters, good field-
ers, and a fair pitching staff. At
present, the team roster includes
about 45 men, but Coach Blott in-
tends to make his final cut at the
end of this week.
BADGERS TO ROW
WASHINGTON CREW ;
Y ALE'S CROW OPENS
WATER CAMPAIGN WITH WIN
Associated Press Photo
Coach Ed Leader's selection for the 1930 Bulldog varsity sheol are shown above. Left to right: Tappen,,
stroke; Captain Bladgen, Rogers, Ladd, Goodbody, McCalmont, Garnsey, Anthony, and Gillespie (in front),-
coxswain.. Last weck the crew, rowing for old Eli, defeated Columbia and Pennsylvania in their annuall
With the mercury hovering
around the high mark Coach Harry
Kipkc took pity on his charges yes-
terday afternoon and cut down on
his practice schedule giving his
men just a light work-out. Because
of the extreme heat most of the
candidates discarded their regular
heavy garb for the light and cool
The number of candidates re-
porting daily has dwindled consid-
erably, since the spring practice be-
gan until the gridders now count
about fifty. The squad has been di-
vided into three teams for the.
scrimmages with last season's
mainstays-Poe, Gembis, and Bo-
vard-each coaching one of the
Monday's scrimmage being heldk
on a hot day took a good deal out
of the gridders so Kipke announc-
ed that the next encounter will be
held Thursday afternoon in the
stadium. The coaches used yester-
day's practice to correct the faults
brought out in Monday's scrim-
Next Monday will mark the close
of, the spring training period with
a scrimmage in the stadium. The
Chicago alumni trophy will be.
awarded some time next week, with
the presentation being made by
one of the Chicago men, who will!
come to Ann Arbor for the occasion.
During the' remainder of the
prabtice session not occupied by
scrimmage the three tearms will
drill individually in bettering their
attack. The hot weather is making
it extremely hard on the players
and Coach Kipke is lightening the
work as much as possible.
Guy Bush, star Chicago Cub right-
hander. will not be able to pitch for,
about two weeks, except possibly
in relief roles, due to an, injury toI
his pitching, arm during the home
opening series with St. Louis.
WDNESDAY, MAY 7, 19309 -
FOR INITIAL MEET
Coach Farrell Sends Thinclads
Through Stiff Workout
for Illinois Meet.
ILLINI POWER UNCERTAIN
Favorable weather again aided
the Wolverine tracksters yesterday
in preparing for the coming inva-
sion of the Illini cinder path team
on Saturday afternoon. Coach
Steve Farrell spent the practice
session in working' with the dis-
tance and sprint men in an effort
to work up a combination that will
be able to win over the Indians.
The Michigan men should ex-
1 perience little difficulty in taking
k several of the events, but in a few
I there is little hope for the Wol-
verines. Last Saturday at the Ohio
relays the Maize and Blue thin-
clads came through in great shape
by annexing two records in addi-
tion two more firsts and several
second, third, and fourth places.
Holly Campbell should take the
hammer throw easily. His mark of
1164 ,feet 1 inch gave him first hon-
ors at Ohio and broke the old rec-
ord of 162 feet 1-2 inch previously
held by Gwynn of Pittsburgh. The
mile relay also took first in their
event at Ohio and hung up another
record for Michigan with a mark
of 3:21.5. This quartet included
Dale and Dalton Seymour, Meuller,
Brooks will bear the burden of
the discus throwing for the.Wol-
verines.uHis toss of 149 feet 5 1-2
inches gave him a first at Ohio,
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L. G. BALFOUR CO.
1121 South University
Corkey Stanard, Mgr.
American Walker CupIYANKEES DROP ONE TO CLEVELAND
Team Reaches England AS ATHLETICS WIN OVER BROWN,
Ready forTitle Play ___
(Special to The Daily) (13y A.ssoociat'd Irr'.ss) AMERICAN LEAGUE
MADISON, Wis., May 6.-With PLYMOUTH, England, May 6. - Detroit .......012 000 001-4-11-1
the aprovpal by the Badger athletic Members of the American Wal- lWashington .300 010 01*-5-10-0
council, the three-crew regatta be- ker sup team reached England: to- Sorrell & Rensa; Marberry, Brax-
tween the crews of the University ;
day on the Mauretania. All disem- ton & Ruel.
of Wisconsin and the University of barked except Bobby Jones, who .
Washington was formally added tobre epBod ydJonedto St.Louis
reaie aboard and proceedto;".
the 1930 racing schedule of Coach e tPhiladelphia .000 200 20*--4-5-0
Mike Murphy's Cardinal rowing Southhampton. He expressed the Gray, Collins & Ferrell; Walberg
squad. opinion that the team's prospects & Shang.
q -were grad.
The council ratifieci the arrange- weo
ments tentatively'made between "But," Jones said, "I am sure Chicago ,. . . .000 040 000-4-- 7-0
the Badger and usky rowing de- that we shall have a very hard I oston .'.......001 110 000-3-10-0
partments, leaving the fixing of a fight for I think that Great Britain Lyons,. Riddle & Autry; Morris,
definite date to further correspon- has got together her strongest Durham.& Heving.
dence. Coach Murphy would like to team in years. I myself have beenC
hold the regatta June 14, immedia- playing very well, I suppose, but Cleveland0 .. 000 040 210-7-14-3
tely after final examinations here, having played a lot of golf I don't New York ...100 110 201-6--10-2
but Washington," closing school a like to say too much about that. I gerrelly Harder & L. Sewell; Pi&
few days later than usual, has ask- have not played for three weeks, Bras I oyt, Pennock, Johnson &
ed that the races be held .either however, and got only a little prac- Bickey
June 16 or 17. tice on the boat. We shall see how 1NATIONAL LEAGUE
Since Washington is stopping to we shape up' when we get down to
row Wisconsin without any finan- hard practice. Boston ......310 000 000-4-10-0
cial inducements, it is probable Jones would not commit himself Cincinnati . . . .100 020 000-3 9-2
that their wishes will be acceded to on probable pairing of his men in'
in the matter of the date. the foursomes. The junior mem-
ber of the team, Donald Moe, evi-
Matthusen Appointed ldently was thrilled over his first
visitto England. "The responsi-
Assistant Cage Coach i bility thrown upon us by the golf
i association rather frightens me,"
The athletic council of the Uni- he said, "but I'm determined to-"f weal
versity of Wisconsin at a recent play my very best. I know I'll state street
meeting appointed Carl Batlhusen, have a wonderful time."
forward of the last three Wisconsin Douglas Fairbanks also arrived
basketball teams, assistant basket- on the Mauretania, with the inten-
ball coach, succeeding Ray Eller- tion of seeing the matches. He said
man, who has assisted Coach W. E. that he had gone so golf-mad thatI-
Meanwell this year while complet- he just could not remain in Holly-
ing work for his Master's degree in wood while his fellow countrmen
physical education. Matthusen will were battling in England. He was may be i
serve during the entire school year even more optimistic of the team's
of 1930-31. . chances than was Jones himself.1white
Seibold & Spohrer; Donahue &
New York . .204 030 020-11-12-1
Pittsburgh .201 000 060- 9-15-3
Hubbell, Genewich & Hogan;
Kremer, Stoner, Spencer & Heving.
Brooklyn .....100 000 000-1-9-0
Chicago ......300.000 00*-3-7-0
Harrison, Vance & Lopez, Deber-
ry; Blake & Hartnett.
Philadelphia-St. Louis game post-I
poned on account of rain.
VOLTABAROZZO - Italy has