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FRIDAY, MAY rv, 1930

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Fisher-Coached Team
for hinois After
Game at Evans
Seeking to gain revei
8 to 5 setback handed
Field by the Wildcats
season, Michigan's bas
will invade the Northwe
today for a return gam
Purple. In addition to
Fisher, 13 Wolverine pl
the trip.
Although neither t
chance to annex the B
mond honors for th
Northwestern will be st
gain a place near the
Western Conference staf
Wildcat's record to dat!
three victories and the
ber of defeats, as cc
Michigan's one win, thr
and one tie.
Kiegler, Compton, an
are the three hurl'ers
Fisher will take on the
Cormick has been namec
tra outfielder to go alon
team, while Duckman v
as the substitute receive
tion to these men the re
of Straub, Tompkins,, B
son, Daniels, Myron, Su
Truskoski will invadei
western stadium.
Any one of the three h
be named to face the M
day, with one othor beI
tomorrow when the Va
on Illinois in a return
Champaign. Most likel
will be nominated to st
game, with Montague be
lection to oppose the Ir
spite of the fact that'
arm has been rather sc
past few days, it is th
that will be sufficiently
enable him to take his (
on the mound.
Northwestern has sh
batting form all sason
of pitching has causedr
defeats that the Wildcat
fered. In the game at
the Purplp sugged out
13 hits, but in turn th
Fyfe, was nicked for 11
by the Wolverines.
Undoubtedly the Wi
(continued on Page

5RhiuK an F"vo'eTat TESM\ H'OREO
M[ of BigTen Entries
EVANSTON, Ill., May 15-Four___
Will Leave teams-Michigan, Illinois, Ohio andChicago Alumni Award Presented
Today's Wiscosin-appear to have the best to utningrFres n
ton. chance of running off with first
-t1i Back'ield Man.
honors in the Thirtieth Annual Big
E TRIP Ten Track and Field games to be ALSO PLAYS BASKVTBALL
held at Dyche Stadium, Northwest-
nge for the ern university, May 23 and 24. Meyer Morton, an alumnus of the'
it on Ferry The above teams possess the best University of Michigan and a Big
earlier this balanced aggregations in the con- Ten football official, presented Es-
eball team ference this year and all have a til Tessmer, '33Ed., with the Chi-
stern camp fighting chance of winning the cago Alumni Trophy yesterday.
ae with the meet. Other schools all possess cer- This trophy is the highest award
Coach Ray tain individual stars but hardly fig- within the reach of a Wolverine
ayers made ure strong enough to edge in ahead gridiron aspirant and is awarded
gfidrhe spirntdnd idawaded
eam has a of theeleaders mentione aove at the conclusion of the spring
ig Ten dia- Among the probable winners for practice period each year.under the '
is season. the Wolverines are: Tolan, 100 and auspices of the Michigan Alumni!
.ruggling to 220 yard dashes; Seymour, quarter; C of Chicago.
top of the Brooks and Poorman, shot put;C
ndings. The Pottle, pole vault; Chapman, broad Awarded upon the basis of the!
e stands at jump; Campbell, hammer; Dougall player's attitude, attendance, and'
same num- and Brubaker, javelin, and the mile prospective ability as a member of
mpared to relay team. These men have all
Ddspaydaredce tolas n hethe Michigan Varsity grid squad
Tee reverses, displayed sufficient class in the
' spring meets to warrant their plac- next fall, the trophy is considered
d Montague ing in the coming games. If they a symbol of outstanding merit by,
d otagch perform in the manner in which i the members of the coaching staff
who Coach they are capable then look out for and the selection of the man to
trip. Mc- Michigan. receive it is made only after the
d as the ex-t. strictest scrutiny of the respective'
ig with the abilities of all candidates.
will also go walker in tuck Tesmer is a freshman in the
r. In addi- for Eve B University and a resident of Ann!
gular -team f Derby Arbor. When in high school he,
i-tler, Aud- was prominent in athletics. After
iperko, and (Pys Asciated Press) entering the University last' fall,
the North- LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 15. - Tessmer played freshman football
'Mickey Walker, Chicago, middle- for the Physical Ed. team under'
~rdle- thetutelage of Tad t 1 ma In. To




I . -w f.A11al./ ,_/. A- ,V-4-- - -I (.SNptc't'al to The I )rzdv
MADISON, Wis., May 15-Base-
b~llintres atthe Uaniversity of
l al i~ rc s: t gar t
ZWiscons in is seething as a result of
Sithe sulenciid showing of the Bad-
ger varsity baseball team in win-
niug cix straight conference games,
,;,}Fie teniundisputed pos-
s.pilfirstpace inthe i en
race, with but four games left to
{ Wisconsin''s last two thrilling vie-
torics, over N orthwestern, by a score
of, 3 to 2 Saturday, and over lli-
Lao nis. 3 to 0, Mo)nday, were as beau-
tiful exhibitions of the nationalI
pastime as one often sees in col-'
l ege baseball. So keen is the inter-
est here in the lBadgers' great pen-1
nant drive that it has been neces-.
sc'y to erect additional bleachers at
Canp Randall to acconmmodate the:
crowds. The latest additions bring
the seating capacity to 4,000 and it'
is expected that every seat will be
occupied when the Badgers play
Michigan in the last home games
here on May 24..
The Badgers seem to improvef
with every game. Although not anl
Estil Tessmer especially hard hitting outfit, they
Member of the Wolverine spring have the faculty of getting hits
gridiron squad who has been made when hits mean runs, and,dcfens-
the recipient of the most coveted, ively, the team leaves little to be
football award, the Chicago Alum- I desired. Time and time again, de-
ni trophy presented each spring to z ite the fact that Maui'y arber
the most outstanding player. pas pitcning air-tight ball, Illinois.
got men pn bases Monday. with
Baeball Field Day ton- out or oinly one down. only
to cut off 'by sm'art, snappy
for Campus Entries
Off to Start Today
Baseball Field Day activities will
be started this afternoon promptly
at 4:15 at whin hour the running
of bases for time will take place.
Following this the other six events
will get under way. There will be
the fungo hit for distance, throw FOR SPE
for distance, target throw, zone
throw, bunt and run to first and
catchers throw for accuracy.
It is expected that something like
one hundred men will turn out for
the Field Day which is being run
for the first time. All the events
will be conducted on Ferry Field
south of the Varsity baseball dia-
mond. Regulation baseballs will be IT W
used for all the events. A compe-
tent staff of officials has been lined
up and it is expected that the
event will be completed by six o' -
Entries for the affair can be made
at the field. The winner of each
event will receive a gold medal
while the high point man will re-
ceive a silver trophy cup.


fielding, which included three dou-
ble plaws.
T he Badgers' next engagement
grill b~e with Chicago here, Satunr-
day, followig which they will
tack lcMinneta at Minneapolis,
May 20. The concluding gaines will
be with Michigan, at Madison, May
24, and at Anil Arbor, May 31.
Wolverines Entered
n .Collegiate Meet
(/ ,} ta ' ~ "a'a -
NEW YORK, May 15.-For the
first time since 1919, the Univer-
sity of Michigan has entered a.
team in the m itercollegiate track
and field championships to be held
at Cambridge May 30 and 31, it was
revealed today. Eddie Tolan, speedy
negro sprinter, heads a list of 11
Michigan entries, and with Tolan
competing against such rivals asy
Frank Wykoff of Southern Califor-{
nia and Hector Dyer of Stanford
meet officials expect the meet rec-
ord of J 7-10 seconds to go by the{
TOQUAY-England further ad-
vanced in Davis Cup play by sweep-
ing their matches with Poland. By
winning this second round engage-
ment they enter the third round to
face the Winner of the Ireland-Au-J
stralia match.

squad of Twenty-one to Embark
Today for Gopher Meet
at Minneapolis.
Coach Steve Farrell - and his
squad of varsity thinclads embark
this afternoon at 4:15 to invade the
domain of the Minnesota Gopher.
The trackmen will reach Minneap-
olis at 8:50 tomorrow morning
ready to do battle with the North-
men. No last minute additions to
the squad have been made, and the
same twenty-one men will make the
trip as was previously announced.
After their convincing triumph
over Illinois the Wolverines are not
expecting to find Minnesota overly
tough, but every precaution is be-
ing taken to guard against a pos-
sible upset. Due to the inspection
of the Reserve Officer's Training
Corps which took place yesterday
afternoon at Ferry Field Farrell's
charges were held to only a short
workout. Disagreeable weather also
curtailed practice.
- The strength of the Gopher track
squad seems to lie in the dashes
and hurdles while Michigan's ad-
mitted weakness in the high jump
gives Minnesota another event in
which to count upon points.

uurlers may
Wildcats to-
ng held for
r"sity takes'
game at
y Comptonq
art todays'
inig 'the se-
ndians. In;
myontague's f
ore for the,
ought that
Siled to
egular turn
own gqo
u, but 14
mast of the
s have suf-
Ann Arbor
a total of1
eir Pither,
safe blpws
ldcats will1

weight champion of the worid, ar-I
rived in Louisville today to begin
preparations for his Derby Eve 10-
'ound feature fight Friday night"
with Paul Swi'derski, light-heavy-
weight, of Syracuse, N. Y.
The fighters were to work out1
this afternoon in Central gymnasi-
um, along with Al Fay, Boston
heavy-weight, and Frankie Wine,;
who will battle in the semi-final.
The fistic program will be stagedl
under the auspices of the Ameri-
can Legion.
The Legign post this year has
met with unusual difficulties in ar-
ranging its fight card. Primo Car-
nera, the man-mountain, first was
signed to meet Al Friedman, butt
the bout was cancelled when Car-,
nera became involved in difficul-
ties in California. Then Walker
was signed to meet Friedman, but!
the lafter was forced to withdraw
when he injured his hand in a bout
at oston Monday.

was the outstanding star on the
team and did much to aid Wieman's
squad in defeating the regular year-
ling team.'
After the fall grid season closed,
Tessmer won his second set of nu-
merals as a member of the first
year basketball squad. During the
spring grid practice this year he has
shown a marked improvement in
his playing as well as keeping up
his attendance and showing a fav-
orable attitude.
Out of more than 100 candidates
who reported for drills when Coach
Harry Kipke sent out the call fora
men eight weeks ago, this Ann Ar-j
bor high school product was cho-
sen for the award, and it is expect-
ed that he will stand a good chance
of playing in a regular position next
fall when the Wolverine eleven un-
dertakes to regain some of their
lost prestige of the past few sea-
sons. He is also expected to be a
valuable member of the 1931 cage




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