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┬░THURDA MAY 8, 1930
Michigan's spring gridiron as-
pirants continued their workouts
Fielding and Pitching Reaches handled 13 chances without an er- yesterday under the watchful eye
Highest Peak in 2 to 1 ror, exactly reversing Daniel's rec- of Coach Harry Kipke. With some-
ord and making 11 putouts and two what cooler weather prevailing the
Victory Tuesday. - assists. . men were ordered to don regula-
-- The Michigan victory places' the tion suits again instead of the
COMPTON ALLOWS 4 HITS team well up in the Conference track suits which were worn on
standings, tied with Minnesota and I warmer days.
Showing to the best advantage Ohio State with a percentage of The session was opened with an
in the field and on the pitcher's .667. Games with Purdue and Illi- intensive drill in forward passing,
moind than it has at any 'other nois this week will give the Wol- place-kicking, drop-kicking, and"
verines a chance to climb even punting on the part of the back-
time this year, Michigan's baseball higher in the Big Ten race, provid- field candidates while the linemen
1eam continued its quest for a third ing the team can make enough hits continued working on the funda-
consecutive Conference champion- to overcome the opposition. That mentals of play in the forward!
ship on the diamond with a close has been the team's greatest tro-i wall. Later the ends and backs were
2 to 1 verdict over the Chicago Ma- ble to date. gathered into one group and the
roons on Tuesday. linemen proper into another. Kip-
Although the hitting of the Wol- BOX SCOR. ke sent the ball carriers through
verines produced only two runs off MICHIGAN AB iH P0 A E a dummy scrimmage in which four
the left handed deliveries of; Butler, rf.......4 0 1 0 0 01 offensive backs ran through forma-
Knowles, the Maroon hurler, the Superko, 3b......4 0 0 0 2 0 tions, and were opposed by two de-
team fielded peffectly behind Tompkins, cf ....4 0 2 3 0 0 fensive ends. During this work
Compton to asstre Michian of the Hudson, lb......3 0 0 9 0 0 lateral pass plays, reverses, and
victory. It was' the first game of Straub, If .......3 0 1 2 0 0L cut backs were tried with the of-
the season which the Michigan Myron, s... ....4 2 2 1 2 0 fensive men blocking their adver-
team has played in which it did not Truskowski, .. ....4 0 2 10 1 0 saries out of the play. No tack-
make at least'one error. Daniels, 21......4 0- 1 2 11 0 ling was permitted, the defensive
CrditrtheMaizean e Gets Credit. Comto, ,p........0 0 0 2 0 men merely tagging the ball car-
Credit for the Maize and Blue --o-ls--- --- -- -- rier if they were successful in
triumph must rest mainly upon Totals . . . . . . . . .33 2 927 l18 breaking up the play.
the shoulders of Compton, even A
though the team did play nice ball CHICAGO AR II PO A FE At the same time the linemen
behind him. Sent in as a last min- Holahan, ss'......1 0 0 2 2 1 were sent through a drill in block
ute selectidn over Montague, who Johrson, rf ....'..4 0 0 1 0 0 ing and pass defense under the tu-
was slated to assume the hurling Wingate, c ........4 0 0 4 3 0 telage of Coach Keen, and Poe and
duties in the pr'e-game dope, Fish, 3b . . . . . . 3 1 2 1 2 0 Bovard, members of last year's var-
Compton held the Midway batters an, cf.......3 0 1 4 0 0 ity. Considerable time was devot-
to a measly four hits, three of them Vandyne, 1f.....4 0 0 2 0 0 ed to teaching the guards how to
bunched in one inning to produce Olson, 2b...... ..3 0 1 2 1 0 come out of the line on pass plays
the only Chicago run. In addition to Zahorick, lb.....4 0 0 11 2 0 and put defensive ends and tackles
this he sent nine Maroons back to i Knowles, p......3 0 0 0 5 0 out of the play.
the bench strike-out victims, more The workout was concluded with
than making up for the four passes Totals........29 1 4 27 15 1 the division of the candidates into
which 'he issued. three elevens for signal drill.
Michigan showed much better Score by innings: These same three teams are to par-
batting, form against Knowles' Michigan ...... ....000 010 100-2 ticipate today in a scrimmage ses-
slants than it :did when the Chicago ............000 001 000-1I sion at the stadium. The groups
sametwirler faced them in the first will be worked in rotation so as to
Chicago game at Ann Arbor last Summaries: Two-base hits-My- give every man opportunity to
week. 'At tlat time they got only ron, Truskowski. Struck out-By demonstrate his talents. Coach
five 'hits off his delivery, but in Knowles' 4, by Compton 9. Bases on Kipke stated that today's scrim-
Tuesday's game they laced his balls-Off .Knowles 1, ofd Comp- mage would get underway about 4
pitches for nine safe blows, includ- ton 4. o'clock.
ing two doubles that came in suc- ( -
cession and brought in one of Mich- TRACK RIVALRY 'YOUNGSTERS OF
lign's two tallies.. '┬░ , j
The other run for the Wolver- WITHILLINOIS FOR DAVIS CUP
ines canie in the fifth inning, when _
with the bases filled Myron was N1o Michigan-Illinois track meet (v Assiated Press)
trapped between third and home in r eY a has licked for keen I With their shots in good working'
only to have Holahan, the Chicago competition and the dual engage- order as a result of preliminary
captain arid shortstop, throw the ment scheduled for 2:30 o'clock campaigning farther south the pick
ball way and let Myron trot safely Sturday aftedrnoon promises to! of the country's younger 'players
across the plate with the first male noexception to this inviolate will go into action in singles and
counter of the game. Myron' also traditioni. If any advantage accrues doubles.{
scored the second run, slamming to either team, it is merely a shade Such stars as Johnny Doeg,
out a double that enabled him to and persons with an ear close to Santa Monica, Calif., Giant; George
crass, th plate a moment later the track are unwilling to make Lott, of Chicago; John Van Ryn,
when Truskowski cuplicated his ariy prediction favoring either Orange, N. J.; Fritz Mercur, Beth-i
SChicago'soneruncameih team. . lem a., .and. Wilmer Allison,
b g 'rie r n ta n t Yesterday's dual meet with Austin, Texas, will be out to capture
Maron team thre of its fourhits Notre Dam served to thrOw some the singles honors and thereby
and sent Fish, the third basma light on the strength of the Suck- cli ch a place ii Ucle Sam's in-
across the plate. Fish was responsi- ers. It proved rather conclusively ternational lineup.
bWe for getting two of the four safe that the. Indians are especially tDoeg and Lott, the country's
Chicago bl6vs, vwhile Urbai and strong in both hurdi events and sthi y, sth ras terg-
Olson i re the other two players to the high jump. Led by the angular respectively, stand out as the l ,gi-
seCoposdeieyfroeSentrnen, who has been breakin g , cal favorites unless Frank Hunter,
solve Compton's delivery feorehmonotonous reg r the veteran who ranks second only
Michigan's work in the field was ity this spring, the Illini hurdling to Bill Tildentaes it nto hs
highly gratifying, several of the combination appears to be espe- had to enter one or both of these
men, showing up extra well in this cially formidable. .Also the Illini tournaments to try conclusions
department. Norm Daniels at sec- have two strong entrants in thewith the younger generation once
ond base handled 13 chances with- high jump. again.
out a, trace of a slip, getting credit The Wolverines a r e counted unter i Tien, has
for two putouts and 11 assists. ' upon to score heavily in the 440, up pay hee r D vis
Mike Myron, who has been out of shot, discus and hammer, The Cup play, however, and will not be
the game for a long while because Seymour twins and Russell look availablesfor the team.
o fman ankle injury, looked surer of lke winners in the 440 grind and Indulstejitfvrts
imsela t n ry dsrhas at any re Prnan and Brooks are moe than are the nAitional championship
ioCs time sice his return to the capable of holdig up their obliga- combation of Doeg and Lott and
Wolverine liiieup jtion in the shot. Canipbell of the the Va.n Ryn-Allison alliance that
Chicago, too, handled themselves Wolverines is a big favorite to tw world-wide fame last year by
well in the fAeld_ the lone Maroon Icapture the hammer throw and he
d. i tr i'inin hak he Frenchmen

an urn! [U'IIg U ; ICr1ititt,
error being the onieby Holaian that may receive strong support from enri Cochet and Jean Borotra, in
sent Myroi across with Michigan's Patton in this event. Brooks, An-ithe Dads Cup challenge round.
first run. Zahorick) at first base, deo and Draveling apper tos ther ais Cpet challngera round.y
_______________________________outclass Gill's entries in the' dis-y There is plenty of natur al rivalry
f i r s t _ _r u n . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _a t _ f _r s t _ b a s e , b e t w e e n t h e s e t w o b r i l l i a n t p a i r s
INTRAMURAL MANAGERS. ddion d Campbell are and they are starting from scratch
being counted upon to repulse the in the- race for the Davis Cup as-
There will be an important invaders in boththe 100 and 220 signment.
meeting of all student managers events in which Farrell's men
at the Intramnural buleng ought to score the major'ity of -
T h u r s d a y, May 9, at seven points. The Wolverine mile trio
p. m. It is imperative that all i consisting of Wolfe, DAnna and,
managers be there. Whitsit will help to compensate
-MILTON KLIVANS, ;for any heavy scoring by Illinois in!f
the two mile grind.



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