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1 lR ET ILLINOIS TODA.Y
UIfiIUL IlUllI ILL
Montague or Comptoti to Hurl
Against Crippled Illini;
Fielding Picks Up.
GAME TO BEGIN AT 3:30
Well down in the Western Con-
ference baseball standings as a re-
sult of the5to 1 defeathanded it
yesterday by Purdue, Michigan's
diamond team will make a last ef-
fort today to climb to a command-
ing position in the Big Ten race
when it nets llinois at 3:30
o'clock on 'ery. eld.
Should the Wolverines bow to the
Illini in todAj's, game it would
practically ;asure them of finish-
ing well remioved from the top of
the Big Te'n standings at the end of
the season, while if the Maize and
Blue can gain a win over the In-
dians they have a good chance to
finish toward the top of the Con-
Although it is doubtful just who
Coach Rday isher will nominate to
start the garme in the bo'x for the
Wolverines, it is most likely thatj
either ontague .or Compton will
be the Mjichgan hurler. Montague
has not gone as well in his past
few starts as was expected of him
at the beginning of the season, but
he has shown flashes of form at
different times and may be able
to fool the Illinois batters. Comp-
ton, fresh from a four hit triumph
over Chicago early this week, may
be chosen to start the game for
the Wolverines on the strength of
his showing against the Maroons.
Chances are good that Illinois
will be forced to send a team on
the field that is weakened by in-
All those wishing to enter
Ferry Field today to use the
tennis courts or any other fa-
cilities must present their ath-
letic coupon books at ,the gates.
juries and ineligibility. Phil Eng-
vall, Varsity catcher, was ruled out
of competition a week ago, and
his successor, Wally Brinn, felt the
axe early t, week, to leave the
Illini. without the services. of an
experienced receiver. It is likely
that Milt Williams, first baseman,
will take up the catching duties.
Shifting Williams behind the bat
will necessitate the moving of
Brown from second to first, White
from center to second, and a sub-
stitute, Fencl, to center. In addi-
tion to these changes, a sophomore,
Bartulis, may have to replace Cap-
tain Jimmy Lymperopoulos at the
hot corner, providing the Illini
leader fails to recover from an in-
jury received last Saturday in a
scramble to get back to second base
safely. George Mills, sophomore
star, is a likely choice to do the
hurling for the Suckers.
Fielding is Good.
Michigan's team has shown an
ability to field in the past two
games that was not evident at the
beginning of the season. In the
last two contests that the Wolver-
ines have played they have made
only one error, a wild heave by My-
ron in yesterday's game that took
Roy Hudson off first base to get
his peg. The infielders have look-
ed well in scooping up ground balls,
Superko especially turning in sev-
eral sparkling plays at third base.
" At present the chief fault to find
with the Maize and Blue nine is at
the bat, where the hitters have
fallen down miserably min the
pinches, during the last several
games. Straub, Superko, and Trus-
' kowski have been hitting at a fair-'J
ly good clip, but the remainder of
the team has been woefully weak.
Because of the track meet with
Illinois that is scheduled to begin
at 1:30 o'clock, the time of the ball
game has been moved back to 3:30,
one hour later than usual for a
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Michigan in the meet 'this after-
noon will depend on how the Detroit School Places 11 Men
Wolves place in the track eventsnsh
from the half mile to the two mile. in Finals of High School
In the 100 Coach Farrell has the CP
speedy Tolan, who is almost sure!
to take first, Campbell and Smythe M
to pit against Cave and Oseman, Detroit Northwestern celebrated
who finished first and second at its last year of competition in the
the Notre Dame meet. Campbell, Michigan Interscholastic T,rack I
Tolan, and Murry will run in the and Field meet by leading the field
220 against tseman and Cave. in qualifiers for today's finals. ThisI
The Seymour twins and Russell was determined yesterday after a
will carry the Maize and Blue in three and one-half hour prelimin-
the 440 against Kelly and should ary test on Ferry Field. Toledo
pick up some points here. Mc- Scott with nine qualifiers and Annl
Laughlin, Mueller, Chase and Arbor with six finalists followed
Crawford are Coach Farrell's the Detroit school.
choice in the 880 with Fox run-! Preliminary competition was heldl
ning the mchief opposition. in all events save the mile run, thea
With such stars as Campbell inrelay and the hammer throw. The
the hammer, Brooks in the discus, finals in the latter event were held;
Brooks and Captain Poorman in yesterday, and the other two eventsI
the shot and Tolan in the dashes will be run off today without any
Coach Farrell can count on firsts preliminaries.
in these events. Patton and Drave- favorite Scores First.,
ling are also entered in the ham- McCord of Detroit Northwestern
mer, while Sanderson and Drave- won his school's first points when
ling will supplement Brooks in the he threw the hammer 123 feet, 10
discus against Celay of Illinois. 3-4 inches to take first place. De-
Wineland will be the chief Illinois troit Southeastern, Redford, and
entry in the shot put. In the broad Detroit Western also scored points
jump Wagner of Illinois will op- in this event. McCord's toss fallsj
pose Chapman and Dahlem. far short of the meet record for
Boilermakers Capture Willis Ward, star Northwesternf
. athlete, led the individual qualify-c
F 1rst Game of $eaton ling field when he secured places'
. o e Ffor himself in the finals of the
(Continted From Page t) high and low hurdles and the high
Superko at third n time to nab. jump. None of the favorites were
Fleming off the sack. Again in the sufficiently extended to set any
fourth inning the Wolverines slash- records, but several marks shouldI
ed off a double play from Myron to fall today under the press of close,
Daniels to Hudson to catch Cara- competition. In addition a rather
way and Harmeson at first and se- strong headwind handicapped the
cond. Seott and Ann Arbor High.j
Palo, Purdue's left-hander, kept Northwestern rules favorite to
the Michigan hits well scattered, take first honors mainly because
only allowing more than one in any of the fact that they have balance.
inning once. This in the eight Nearly every event will see an 4th-
when Michigan scored its one run. lete from that school in the field,
While the home team played and this even distribution of pow-
good ball in the field, their perfor- er should carry it to victory over
mance was far overshadowed by its nearest rivals, Scott and Ann
the invaders, who displayed form Arbor.
which, if they could have started The finals will start at 10 o'clock
earlier would have put them in the today. Inasmuch as this meet
running for the championship. At marks the last appearance of De- I
bat the Wolves did nrl take ad- troit schools at Ann Arborit will
vantage of their opportunities as be of double interest to track fol-
well as the Boilermakers, lowers.
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FIRST INNING the right field foul line. Myron flied
Purdue: Snodgrass walked. Flem- to Caraway. Caraway took Trus-
ing singled off Holtzman's hand, kowski's fly. Daniels forced Straub,
ing inged ff oltmans hnd.Mills to Weaver. No runs, one hit,
Both runners advanced on a pass- no errors.
ed ball. Mills drove a sacrifice fly THiRD INNING
to Tompkins, Snodgrass scoring, Purcue: Palo grounded, to Dan-
and Tompkins' throw to Superko .
caught Fleming going to third aft- iels. Myron threw out Snodgrass.
er the catch. Caraway walked. Ca- Fleming flied to Tompkins. No runs,
raway stole second. Truskowski's no hits, no errors.
throw to Myron caught Caraway off Michigan: Holtzman flied to Van-
second. One run, one hit, no er- Bibber. Butler struck out. Superko
rors. popped to Mills. No runs, no hits,
Michigan: Palo threw out But- Ino errors.
ler. Mills made a wonderful bare- FOURTH INNING
handed stop to throw Superko out Purdue: Mills hit a Iong home
at first. Tompkins singled to cen- ru rT:mishad.Kngler
ter. Tompkins siole second. Hud- run over Tompkins' head. Kiegler
son popped to Mills. No runs, one I replaced Holtzman for Michigan.
hit, no errors. Caraway walked. VanBibber struck
SECOND INNING out. Harmeson hit into a double
play, Myron to Daniels to Hudson.
Purdue: Superko threw out Van- One run, one hit, no errors.
Bibber. Harmeson drove a single to Michigan: Tompkins fanned on
right. Weaver forced Harmeson, !three straight. Hudson fouled to
Superko to Daniels. Kugler forced Kugler. Straub popped to Weaver
Weaver at second, Myron to Daniels, in short right. No runs, no hits,
No runs, one hit, no errors. 'no errors.
Michigan: Straub singled down FIFTH INNING
Purdue: Myron threw out Wea-
PRINCE AND BOBBY ver. Kugler was retired, Kiegler
unassisted. Kiegler threw out Palo.
JONES TiE MATCH "'Noruns,no hits, no errors.
Michigan: Myron popped to Wea-
E(BY - co ia/cd j'rcsg)I ver.. Truskowski singled to left.1
SUNNINGDALE, England, May 8. Daniels flied to Caraway. Kiegler
With the prince of Wales as a part- struck out. No runs, one hit, no
ner in a Scotch foursome against errors.
Harison R. Johnson and Sir Victor SIXTH INNING
Sassoon, Bobby Jones today barely Purdue: Snodgrass flied to Tomp-
escaped defeat in his first golf en- kins. Fleming fanned. Myron took
counter for 1930 in Great Britain. Mills' pop fly. No runs, no hits, no
The prince and the open champion errors.
of the United States were saved at Michigan: Butler popped to Snod-
the .last hole when his royal grass. Superko lifted a fly to Har-
highness made a sensational shot meson. Tompkins was out, Flem-
from a bunker to place the ball on ing unassisted. No runs, no hits,
the green. no errors.
TODAY'S EVENTS Purdue: Myron threw out Cara-
way. Myron also tossed out Van-
Morning-Interscholastic Fin- Bibber. Harmeson flied to Tomp-
als, Ferry Field (no admission kins. No runs, no hits, no errors.
charge) Michigan: Weaver threw out
1:30 p. m.- Illinois-Michigan Hudson. Snodgrass made a nice
Dual Track Meet starts. play on Straub's grounder to throw
3:30 p. m.- Illinois-Michigan him out at first. Myron was hit
baseball game starts. in the side by a pitched ball. Trus-
Admission of $1.50 covers both kowski struck out, swinging. No
track meet and baseball game. runs, no hits, no errors.
Gates will be open at 1 p. i. EIGIITH INNING
Those leaving before the start of Purdue: Hudson retired Weaver
the baseball game will receive a unassisted. Hudson made a circus
refund of 50 cents. Starting at catch of Kugler's pop fly to short
3 p. in., admission will be $1.00.-f right. Superko made a nice play
(Student coupons will admit to on Palo's grounder to throw him
both). out. No runs, no hits, no errors.
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VAUITYTENISTEAM TOEINCOU ThR
Michigan Net Squad Encouraged I Beal will again perform at the
by Overwhelming Victory number one position while Capt.
in Spartan Meet. * tHammer is scheduled to play at
number two, rave again holds the
TITLE HOPES AT STAKE third singles position and Bob
Clarke will fill the fourth place.
Strengthened by the whitewash Rollin Clark who was out of the
win over Michigan State squad lineup against the Spartans will
Coach Courtright's racquet wield-} hold down ,his old berth at number
ers will enter the lists against Ohio' five. John Reindel who played the
State today at the top of their form. feature match at East Lansing,
After displaying the fact that they last Tuesday will perform with
had at last gotten into the stride Rollin Clarke as the third doubles
the netmen have concentrated on team while the new combination of
a faster game this week and with Hammer and Brace are again slated
the windup of practice last night to go in the first place of the dou-
were showiing conference title form. bles play.
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