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iTHtMt-HIGAN bDA1LY

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TULSDAY, MAY 13, 1930

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FIELDS

GALLANT FOX WIT SANDE UP F
FAVORED AT KENTUCKY DERBY
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lost 13.01 Kipkle Brings Spring session to
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flhiIEAtajsiiihii. i Nan End With FinalScrimage
Au MEN ..:yBetween Squads.

Y ANKSGIANTS,
WINCONESS t AlS WINNER
WIN CO:NT ESTS OFTWO DASHES
McGraw's New York Giants againI-
took the measure of the Chicago
Cubs yesterday in what was one of 1
the season's biggest slug fests. The !>h~ T'
,Giants pounded Blake for thirteen E__
runs in the second and third in-
nings, while the Cubs connected
-w-
with the Giant deliveries in the sev-
enth for four circuit blows and a
total of five runs. In the:Amer-
ican League the Athletics retained I

GPHEr

£ WAILL PLAY
NINE TWICE

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GEMBIS' OUTFIT WINS
Bringing one of the most suc-
cessful spring practice sessions in'
the history of the school to a close'
yesterday afternoon, Coach Harry#
Kipke sent his three teams through
a long scrimmage drill at the Stad-;
ium. Joe Gembis' number two team
successfully defended their boast'
that they were the best on the field
by winning two games yesterday,
while the number one squad under
Al Bovard could win but one. How-'
ard Poe's number three squad far-A
ed badly and- did not land on the
long end of the score in both trys.
In the first session of the day
f the number two squad took the
measure of their favored opponents
the number one men by a 6-0
score when O'Neil drove over the
final chalk mark for the lone score
of the period. The play of the backs
on both' teams was very satisfac- t
tory, but the linemen appeared to{
'be just average.
Again taking the field in defense
of their honor, the number tWo I
team continued to show their power,
by taking the number three outfit
into camp with a 13-2 count. Gold-
smith and .Tessmer scored for the
Gembis squad, while a bad pass'
from center allowed Poe's men to
pull Tessrner down behind his own
goal line for a safety.
) I the final ,set-tor of, the after-
noon the number one team again
took the field to avenge their de-
feat at the hands of the number
two squad and let Poe's F band ofI
gridders down. with, a 19-0 score.j
Heston, Newman, and LaJeunesse'
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their hold on the top rung byI
knicking four Cleveland; pitchers forI
thirteen runs as against seven for
the Indians. Washington took the,
Sox into camp and thereby are
sticking right behifld the Macks.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.,
F. H E
Detroit .......000 000 000- 0 3 4
New York , ..:.200 002 21*- 7 11 0,
Whitehill,. Page and Rensa, Har-
grave; Pipgras and Hargrave.
R 1 E
St. Louis . . . 000 200 O01-- 3 6 0
Boston.....02000000000- 2.10 1
Collins aid Manion; Lisenbee
and Berry, Heving.
Chicago....200 000 000- 2 5 3
Washington ,Q50 041 30*-13 15 1
Thomas. Weiland, Blankenship
and Autry; Burke and Tate, Ruel.
R H E
Cleveland ...000 105 001- 7 13 1
Philadelphia .053 022 01*-13 14 ,0
Brown, Shoffner, Jablonowski
Shte and L, Sewel; Earnshaw,
Quinn anld Cochrane.f

Boilermaker Trackihen Preparing
tot Compete at Indiana
State Thlincad Meet.
MARTIN SURE WINNER
(Seec i lto Theno body)r
LAFAYETTE, Ind., May 12-While
the baseball . team is looking for-
ward to a three-game road trip that
includes a double header with Min-
nesota, Coach Eddie O'Connor's
Purdue tracksters are preparing for
the Indiana. state track meet at
Notre Dame Saturday that will find
Boilermaker stars as outstanding
competitors in their favorite events.
Although O'Connor has few hopes
of a team victory in the state event,
the ,Boilermakers have been devel-
oping rapidly in the past three
weeks and may have a few sur-
prises in store for the favored No-
tre Dame and Indiana outfits.
Captaing Orval -Martin, Purdue's
outstanding star, the best miler ever
developed in the Big Ten, assures
the Boilermakers of ten points to
start, barring-the biggest of upsets.
The. Boilermaker baseball nine
will attempt Ito .get back on the
winning trail Tuesday when it jour-
neys to Bloomington to meet In-
diana, and then will return to the
home camp only to head for Min-
neapolis for a two-gam~e series with
Minnesota on Friday and Saturday.
All those interested in
College Humor's Outboard
M' otor kace
Please set in touch with Gray Farr
-733 South State. Dial 4418.

Eddie Tolan,
Veteran Wolverine flash whose l'
performance Saturday in winning'
both the 100 yard and 220 yard
sprints greatly. aided Michigan in
defeating the Illini tracksters'
Dudley, Morrison and Lopez;G
Brame and Bool.
SR HE
New York ...067 010 000-14 15 21
Chicago .....000 013 512-12 15 2
Benton, Heving, Genewich and
Hogan; Blake, McAfee, Teachoutj
and Hartnett.
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Philadelphia .100 004 01*- 6 8 0
Cincinnati ...302 100 01*- 7 10 "0
Sweetland, Collard and McCurdy,
Davis; Donohue, Kolp, Campbell
and Sukerforth.

NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Boston-St. Louis, no game.

Brooklyn
Pitsburgh

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