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H E _Q H I G A N

DAILY

WEDNESDA 'T', MAY 14, 1830

THE~ MIQL-VGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, ~AY 14~ 1930

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HUBBARD EXPECTS laeterhan Pitchr IsM I~&ANork
TO TRY COMEBACK TO PLAY

GOLFERS
WiFILD CATS

Team Gains Victory
Over Freshmel 1-2FRB~TEiME

Former Wolverine Star Practices
With Michigan Trackmen;
Defeats Totan.

GOPHERS LOOK SERIOUS
DeHart Hubbard; one of the great-
est track athletes ever turned out
at Michigan has returned to his
alma mater to get into-condition to,
try a comeback in, his favorite
event, the broad jump. F'or several
years holder of the world s'record,
Hubbard has been forced *into in-I
activity for the past two soasons
after spraining his ankle. The star1
negro will workout with the Wol-'
verine team for the next two weeks
in preparation for the National
A. A. U meet where he hopes' to'
smash the mark' n heId bpHamm
of. Georgia Tech at 25 feet 11 1-8
inches.
Tolan and Hubbard were match-
ed by Coach Stevve Farrell in the'
50 yard dash yesterday afternoon,
with the star of former days breast-
ing the tape a scant twot inches,
ahead of his opponent in a time,
of, 5:4 seconds. Tolan is not at his
best at the 50 however and with
another 50 yards the finish would
probably have been different.
Coach Farrell is at present put-
ting his' men through intensive1
drills for the Minnesota meet' at
Minneapolis this week-end. The
Gophers gave Northwestern a neat
trimming' last week, aftei' which
the Wolves consider them' much
more serious opposition. Coach r.ar
rell announced yesterday that he
would take a team of about twenty-
five men on' the trip, but that the'
exact makeup of his squad had not
been determined as yet.

After playing eight innings of'
Varsity Linksmen Also to Meet listless baseball yesterday afternoon Brilliant- Field to Compete in
Wisconsin and Compete in against' Coach Jack Blott's fresh- Carnival at Dyche Stadium
Conference Meet. men, the, Wolverine Varsity finallyz on May 23 and 24.
ND E O R O came through in the ninth frame
ND.G...ER.L..N ECR to score four runs, to winthe game, RECORDS SHOULD FALL
When the Varsity golf team left 7-2. A high wind blowing in from ( al to 7 ITiy)
for Evanston, Illnois yesterday aft- (the outfld handicapped the play- EVANSTON, Ill., May 13.-With
ernoon to engage the strong p the the spring relay meets and most of
Northwestern t e a m tomorrow, game. the dual meets out of the way,
Coach Trueblood and his squad rleglr to the moundnfor thd i track coaches of the Big Ten have
went irs"regulars at the baeginn ing, and in
were in quest of their twenty;-frst started pointing their men to the
"-"- straight victory in dual competition. i h Western Conference Track and
Michgans slenid olfrecrd itte o th bal te yarlngsen-Field games- which will be held at
will be severely tested during the countered difficulty in hitting him
~~"'~* chgans sledid gol reordF itte o th bal te earing enD nierStiy mayof3 Ndw24.r
next two scheduled weeks. Within for several innings. After Kiegler Dyche of Northwestern
Itelastet years the gol~f tamsi
the eight was taken out Tompkins showed hisUniversityhere May 23 and 24.
of Michigan have compiled the im.. wares to the first year men and lat One of the classiest fields in the
Tom Zachary. pressive record of having won 38 .swarelethedthstytaniandeat-
Veern meicn eau hrlrou o 4 oness.erwa rlevd y onage. h history of the meet will be paraded
Veteran American league hurler, ouFollowing te Northwestern finisheaout the' game. There were at the thirtieth annual renewal of
who was traded Monday afternoon match tomorrow, the team will only a few scattered hits through- the games. Records which have
to the Boston Braves by the New journey to Madison for the meet out, but the freshmen succeeded in withstood the efforts of athletes
York Yankees. Zachary had the with the very strong Wisconsin scoring two runs. for a number of years are in dan-
junior team on Saturday. They will then Fisher used the regular lineup in
best record of any of the juniorreturn to Evanston for the 72 hole the field, but with Hubbard, aj ger of being toppled when the boys
circuit hurlers last season, winning medal--play Conference champion- right-hander, doing the hurling for start shooting at them in the com-
12 games without suffering a single ship to be held on May 20 and 21. the freshmen, the Varsity could not ing meet.
reverse. )The team having the lowest four-|cross the plate with more than i Prominent among the stars who
In competition so far this year he some score will be awarded the con- three runs until the final inning will seriously threaten the marks
has pitched .500 ball, working in Terence championship, while the when the regulars started hitting are Simpson of Ohio and Tolan of
three games, getting credit for win- individual with the lowest score Presby, who had relieved Hubbard., Michigan in the sprints; Warne of
ning one and losing one. Zachary ( will be declared individual champ- McKay, considered the best left- I Northwestern in the pole vault;
has served with three different 'ion of the Conference. handed hurler on the freshman Gordon of Iowa in the broad jump;
clubs in the American League. After the Conference champion- squad, was not used in yesterdays Sentman of Illinois and Rockaway
ship tilts, the team will return to nthemost part be batting againstof Ohio in the hurdles; Walter of
Eight Women Survive Ann Arbor to conclude its strenu- right handed pitchers in the next Northwestern i the quarter; Behr
- Iritis ous schedule by engaging Illinoisi three Conference games. 0f Wisconsin in the shot put; Mar-
,on May 24. The squad making Manuel, member of the yearling tin of Purdue in the mile and Shaw
the trip to Evanston and Madison Icage squad showed up well at the of Illinois in the high. jump.
(V' A"'""'" d " consists of Coach Trueblood, How- shortstop position, while Thorn-{In addition to these stars are
O tMBY, England, May 13. -ei i ard, Hicks, Lenfesty, Royston, Liv -berg did a good job of'covering first. scores of others who will provide
Eight of the 12 Americans in the ngston, and Mr. Bishop, the bus- Coach Fisher is planning on put- no end of competition. Judging
British women's championship golf iness manager. Michigan's well bale ting his men through harder, work.- from the sensational performances
competition today survived the anced foursome team will be com- outs for the remainder of the week turned in by the Big Ten stars in
morning play, while four were posed of Howard, Hicks, Lenfesty, Iin preparation for the games at the spring meets to date the com-
eliminated. t and Royston. Any one of these men ; Northwestern and Illinois this week ing meet should be the most in-
Miss Glenna Collett, New York, may be chosen to represent Mich- I end and, Ohio State- contest- next teresting in the long history of the
Miss Virginia Van Wie, Chicago, igan in the individual competition. I Monday. games.
Mrs. Leo Federman, New York_,---
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tntramrural News

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Considerable interest has been throw, and target throw.
aroused over the announcement of The contest will takel
the baseball field day program ..
which is scheduled' for next Friday }4:l5 to 6:3O and entri
afternoon on Ferry Field. This will ireceived at the field. T
mark the first time that an event! men have signed up for1
l of this kind has been attempted ties. Gold medals will b
and, it will give a line on some pos- to the winner,-of first pla
sible baseball niaterial. event while the hight =
Seven events are listed for the will receive a trophy cup
afternoon. An individual will' go
from one event to another, no par-
ticular order being followed. Prob-
ably the most interesting event will
t be the baseball throw for accuracy.
A barrel is placed at second base
with the open end towards home
plate. The contestant stands at
home plate and pegs the ball to
second base in much the same
manner as a catcher attempting to
throw out a base runner. If the The Down To
ball goes into the barrel on the
fly, three points are awarded. Balls
landing in the barrel after the first
i bounce count two points. Balls - '
landing in the barrel on second
bounce or on the roll or in any"
way hitting the barrel count one
point. Each contestant gets ten :
throws. It is possible to make 30 °~
points.,"'i
I Following this, interest will prob-
ably center on the circling of bases x
for time. Each individual gets one
chance to run the bases while a
stop watch records his time.
Besides these events there will be
the bunting and running to first NECK
for time; the fungo hit for dis-
tance, throw for distance, zone Foulards and crepe;
terials this spring. V
DETROIT-Jack Thompson, who in plain colors and
won the welterweight title from many new light spri
Jackie Fields last Friday, will fight
his first title bout for Olympia ac- $1.00, 1
cording to an announcement made i
by Promoter Dick Dunn.
Dootwear

plac' from
es will be
Fo date 50
the activi-
e awarded
ce in each
point man
P.

an ivrs. ~ewaru raney, ieuzn,
were through for the day as they
won third round matches and will
play fourth rounds tomorrow morn-
Miss Maureen Orcutt, Englewood,
(1N. J., Miss Helen Hicks, New York,
Mrs. O. S. Hill, Kansas City, and
Miss Edith Quier, Reading, Pa.,
i had to play two rounds today.
Miss Hicks was the first to
'hurdle the two obstacles, winning
|morning and afternoon matches by
the same scores, 7 up and 5 to
play.

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