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Wftl AV, fAY '7, 1930

THEfg' MlICHIGAN- DAILY

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LEN ES S IL
vviko_ siW WXith Thrce Victbries.
arid' No D~eeas to - Opose
Seohd, Plae Wildcats.
PITCH~ftS LOCK STRONG.
(Sh'eciul to D", Daily)
EVANSTON, Ill., May 7--Leader-
ship in the race for the ig Ten
baseball chamnpionship will tie at
stake heretoday 'when Northwest-
erni and- Wisconsin clash at Roye
mnri field. The Badgers are on
top , at present with, three victories
and no defeats while Northwestern
is in second place with thre~e wins
and oie defeat.
The Badgers have one of the
strongest teams in:. the conference,
being. equipped withia' strong pitch-
ing staff which is something un-
usual in the Big Ten this year. In
Farber they _have one of the' best
hurler~s in the league while in ad-
dition ,they' have two promising
sophomore hurlers in Suminefleld
aii4 Poser..-
Coach Paul Ste wart has pro-I
prse this far in the race by us-,
ing, only two hurlers, Fyfe and" Kad-
isdqi. The latter is an outfielder
who is being used as a pitcher be -
cadre of a dearth of material. Fyfe,
a veteran, has won two6.games atnd
lost d&h H~e defeated Purdue' and
Melian_ and lost- to Illinois. Ili
his only9 start this year Kadison" de-
featedT Purdue,- allowing only. four.
hits.
In, addition, to having a strong
pitching staff Wisconsin- possesses
a fine defen~sive club built around
Math usen. at third and Ellerman. att
second. Both are veteran- mem-bers
of the team and have been a big
f cor iii the_ Badgers' victories to
dlate. Schneider, the sophomore
first baseman who won the Illinois_
game by driving, ini the winning.
run in the ninth inning, is an im-
portant cog in the visitors infield.
Northwestern has niade up f or
its weak pitching staff by display-
ing power on offense. Tai, the Mich-
igan game the Wildcats collected- 15
hits which accounted" for eight runs.
*CONFERENCE BASEBALL
STANDINGS
WLT Pct.
Wisconsin . . -_ .3 0 0 1.000
Northwestern __. .3 1 0 .30
Illinois ...... ... 3 1 0 .750'
Minnesota . ..-.... 2 1 0 .667
Ohio State - _. ,.. .2 1 1 .667
Indian ........2 2 0 .500
MICHIGAN ...__. .L I 1] .500
Chicago _......0 4 0 .000
Purdue ... .0 5 0 .000.[

TRACKEN DRILL --- 1PURPLEV .GRIDIRON]
FVOR ILLINI MEETI Intramural STAR R E TURNS.
(Continued From Page 6) !Iew (Special to The D)aiiy)
The 440 yard- relay composed of 1 EVANSTON, Ill., May 6.-Ability
Murray, Smyth, Campbell, and] ...,. -- of Hank Bruder, captain-elect of
Tolah, took the' other first for TENNIS. Northwestern university's football
l'TNI.Michigan by running the' distance All-Campus, Tournament - All ! team, to take part in the. closing
in 41.9 seconds. contestants~ who have entered the scrimmage of spring pra'ctice with-I
;otshowing any ill effects from the'
Eddie Tolan should also come all-campus tennis singles andI broken leg which he received last
through in the dash. He finished doubles tournament must b^ ad-' fall proved to be a welcome note in
second to Simpson of- Ohio State atj acetoiethr-ru-. bMy the Wildcats gr'id camp.
the relays. Captain Poorman will 1.Bohopoetswheb e Purple halfback appeared
17.Bot oponets illbe e- tohave lost none of his speed and
be relied on in the shot. His mark faulted i-f they have not completed hard hitting ability. He mando sev-
of 44, feet 8 3-4 inches, gave hint a their first- and second rounds by eral long runs through a broken
fourth at Ohio. The pole vaulting ( dte field and got off a number of~ longI
assignment will again fall to Pot-1 punts. The slowness of his leg to+
Fraternity -- All first round !come around into shape has ca-used-
tie who took a third- at the relays, match of the- fraternity tennis considerable anxiety over whether
As yet little is known of the Illini tournament must be completed byj he wvould be able. to play _next fall.
team as 'a whole. They are con- May 9, or the teams failing to do; With Bruder back in playing form+
sfiered strong' in the hurdles, pole so will be defaulted. again Coach Dick Hanley is, not
vault, javelin, discus, and some off All-Frosh Bingles- All first and; concerned: over his first string; ma-
the- longer distanceb races, but the second rounds must he completed !terial for next fall. He- has a num-
Suckers' rating' in most of the field' by Ma-y 11. h er of veterans on hand plus some
events is rather doubtful. Thej promising looking sophomores. The
Illinois hurdlers and sprinters havej HORSESHOES.! only problem of reserves, however,
been entered in several of the re-' All-Campus Singles and DoublesJ continues to prove a source of
lays this. spring, b-ut the remainder --first and second round matches worry.
of the squad has been more or less must be completed by May 17.
inactive as far as meets go. Fraternity-Sixty-.four teams are
IThe invaders are strong in the entered in this event and. the
two hudle events. and should take schedule calls for completion of U nd er
high honors in these. Chapman of first round matches by May 10.
the Wolverines is suffering from A at
an injured leg and, unless his con- M xSh eigm o is ke
dition improves, the Maize and
Blue' wil be" left without a str~ong Rei-statement to Box ____________
contenderr i that event. , ,. ,1

BOIL.ERMAKERS WILL. FACE SEVEN IfL A SS I F 'ED
1BIG TEN FO 17T N EIGHTEEN DAYSC ADEDl~N
(8pe.'iol to The Doily) 'the Boilermakers developed, a NOTICE
LAFYETE, d. Ma 6-T.~--rather costly habit of earnig --- --
ing. the resources of a rathe - skim- ne&eryledad he ac-1 CQIAL WARM W E A T H E R
Ipy pitching staff to the lin-it, Pi ur- eropoet oe rmb- LUNCHEON AT FOREST NN
due's baseball, nine facet} a busy hind to eke out a victory. 53FOET2
scedletatwil how te e~l ;Hoeer NTHowever, taken as a whole, Coach.NTC
against seven Big Ten foes in 13-a ,.etsnn rsnssel WE BUY USED CLOTHING
days, beginning with the return tilt Lr~r' iepreetsawelH. BENJAMIN
with Ohio State here Monday af- balanced front that should become 215 E: Washington Phone 4-310
CI ternoon. In the conference e n-, more effective as the season pro- 2460
;counters to date, the Boilermakers 1 grosses, inasmuch as the Boiler- RADIO SERVICE
f urling staff has been somewhat, makers had no opportunity to CcnmnMt~n IrieP mr n

erratic, but Coach Lambert has
hopes that more consistent per-
formances will allow the Old Gold
and Black to improve its stand-
ing in the final stretch run of the'
Big Ten schedule.f:
In their earlier conference games,

swing~ into shape though: the
medium of a spring training trip.
The last week of the Big Ten
campaign will send Purdue into
action four times, twice against
Minnesota, and once each against
Indiana and Michigan.

To grow better
YE GETABLE S

Rockne, Returns to See
Notre Dame Grid Drill
(B .4A souatedl Press)
ROCHESTER, Minn., May .--
Knute Rockn6, the si'ck coach of
-Notre Dmfr ,has so far recovered
that he will be- permitted to go to
,South Benid, Inid., Friday and watch
his foo'tbal-l team ini its final
spring workouts.
He will return to Rochester in
June, howev~er, where he can be
under constant observation the
greater part of' the: surnmer as a
safeguar~d'again'st spireadi gof 1the
blood clot in his right leg, an ail-
mhent that has' kept himi in a wheel{
chair since last fall.
HarloWu Rothert, big Stanford
SUniversity weight star, recently
broke the, recognized world's record!
for the shot-put when he tossed
the sixteen pound- ba-l 52 feet 1
1-2 inches during the Pacific Assb-
elation track meet.-

j (By 4 s4o( iatd Precssv)
NEW YORK May 5. -- Max
Schmncling wasted no time today in
going strictly American as far as
his exercise was concerned. The
Germnflheavyweight has taken up
Scmlii will appear before the
New York State Athletic commis-
51ion tom orrow to apply for rein-
statemient so. that he nmytight
Jack Sharkey in the Yankee
[stadium June 12 for the heavy-,
'weight championship.
:Barney Berlinger's brilliant all-
around work gave Pennsylvania a
victory over Yale in the annual
track meet at Franklin Field on
Saturday by a score of 68 1-2 to
66 1-2. BerIiger scored 1-5 points
by winning the- shot-put and
javelin throw, taking second. in
the pole vault, and third place in
the broad jump and discus throw.

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