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$'I-IURISDAY, MAY 22, 1930

TITLE T'4ICUI~QAN 1}AJLY '~'11IJR~1~AY, I~*AY 22, 1930
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Maize and Piue Seeks to End
Long String of Defeats;
Presbrey to Hurl.
mic~higati. Oberlin
.Butler, rf. Williams. ss.
Superko, 3b. Cronie, lf.
Tompkins, cf. Ficken, cf.
Hudson, lb. Irvin, lb.
traub, If. Adams, c.
VIyron, ss. IVIinhold, 2b.
rr'uskowski, c. 1Barr, 3b.
Daniels, 2b. Griffith, rf.
Pt:esbrey, p. B utzberger, Battle
or Biel, p.





Three new members of the Mich-I
igan coaching staff were appointed
at the board of regents meeting
Tuesday night. J. Kenneth Doher-
ty, former Detroit City college star
and winner of the national decath-
lon title in 1928 and 1929, has been
appointed freshman track coach to
succeed Charlie Hoyt, who becomes'
varsity coach at the start of next
Doherty has been at Princeton
for the past five years where he I
served as head coach of the crossj
country team and assisted with the
varsity, having, charge of the
weightmen and jumpers.
Wilbur D. West of Melrose, Mass.,
was appointed head coach of the
Michigan gymnastic team, whichI
will enter intercollegiate competi-
tion next season. West is a grad-,
uate of the Springfield Y. M. C. A,
Raymond D. Roberts of West1
Point has been appointed Wolver-E
ine trainer. Roberts, a graduate of
the Army medical school, has serv-1
ed the Army athletic teams as
trainer for the past five years and
comes here direct from West Point. I
Weiss and Baldwin Lead Whites
to Victory in Final Tilt;
Altenhof Looks Good.
Coach Veenker yesterday con-


NUMER L AAIA t S Editor's Note: Prospects of the 148 feet. His chief rival, Buck Weaver
leading entries in the hurdles and of Chicago, has been declared in-
hirty-Nine Trackinen to Receive are dse d tha eligible. Brooks and Poorman id Coach Chooses 18 Men to Make
Y are discussed today.
Awards; Team Ends Season Michigan, Munn of Minnesota, Rob- Trip to Big Ten Track
With Win Over Illini. High and Low Hurdles. erts of Iowa, and Gnabad of Wis- Meet at Evanston.
Dick Rockaway of Ohio State consin should follow up the Bad-
SEVERAL STARS FOUND and Lee Sentman of Illinois are ex- ger weight ace in the other places. RATE AMONG FAVORITES
pected to stage a two-way fight forI
With the defeat of the Ili t honors in both the 120 yard. Discus Throw. Empanied
high and 220 yard low hurdle races. i Michigan's duet of Brooks and Ec
freshman team, the Wolverine Rockaway was a double winner last Sanderson should hbve a good jby Coach Steve arrell, will en-
yearlings finished their track sea- year, but Sentman is regarded as a portunity of placing one-two in this Northwestern to ecounter the
son in a blaze of glory that was not serious threat to his supremacy. both Wolverines havin other nine Big Ten schools in an
a last minute sprint but an index t: Other likely place wnners among effort to bring back the Western
('the type of recijrds that they have the timber toppers are Rodgers of! eclipsed 140 feet. Their chief rivals Conference outdoor track title.
been turning in al !;eason. Several Illinois, Saling of Iowa, Hatfield of will be Behr and Simmons of Wis- Along with Illinois, Wisconsin, and
of the members on the squad stand ndiana, and Haydon of Chicago. consin, Boesel of Chicago, and Northwestern, the Wolverine team
out as future Varsity stars but a.° Hammer Throw, Schmidt of Ohio State. is rated as a favorite to annex the
of the men to receive numera" Holley Campbell of Michigan will Ple Vault. championship.
have t makings of strongi ,cine be favored to succeed Ketz of the Tom Warne of Northwestern and Coach Farrell, who is retiring at
WAolverines as hammer throw
path threats. Ws h Capt. Verne MV4cDermont of Illinois the close of the present season and
Show Good Form. champion, having marks of over will endeavor to break the dead- has but the Conference meet and
Showing more speed than is ex- 160 feet to his credit on severallck of last yeart' hen they tied for the national meet at Harvard con-
pected in the first year on the col- occasions. Competition for the first at 13 feet seven inches. Both fronting his squad before he ends
loge path, Hitt has developed into other places should be rather close vaulters have clearedl better than his coaching career, is expecting
the best sprinter that the yearlings with Frisch of Wisconsin, Beosel of 13 1-2 feet this season, with Warne great things of Michigan. The Wol-
hav ha fo~ sme igi. Eleson Chicago, Patton of Michigan, and J *a~~wt an
Shave had for some time. Eg lestonhIerrag oPhitateMhas nrbablejust missing 14 feet two on one oc- verine thinclads should gain points
and DeBaker are the cream of the iFerrall of Ohio State s probable casion. The Purple -ice will thus in all events except five if the ath-
!hurdlers and show much promise. point winners, rule a favorite. Canby of Iowa is letes perform as they have in the
Charley Allen has become the best Shot Put. pretty sure to finish among the past.
in the quarter mile, while Howell The shot put should go to Sam first three, while Pottle of Mich-
and Hill are the leading distance Behr of Wisconsin, who is capablega Hp fIisn ge Events Wed h
meanodll is the estavlofhaing theirntallmoecha ig an, Harper of Illinois, and Engle Therm is little hope held out that
men. Goddell is the best,. javelin' of heaving the iron ball more than of Northwestern may break into the ti cia eswl a
thrower that has shown, up at _-scoing.s r a bekinotethe Michigan tracksters will be able
throer hathasshom u atscomg-to place men among the point win-
Michigan for some time. His throwsMany Schools Enter Running Broad Jump. plac n amo, the on win-
Vlanv ners in the 880, the one mile, the

Defeated in its last four starts in
Big Ten competition, Coach Fish-
er's Varsity nine will tangle with a
n on-Conference team. Oberlin
college, at 4:05 this afternoon at
the Ferry Field diamond: Despite
the poor record whi'ch the Wolver-
ines have hung up to date, it is ex-
pected that they will hand their
smaller-college opponents a neat
drubbing in the game today.
While Oberlin is known as one
of the foremost of the small Ohio
colleges in an athletic way, the
greater experience and power of,
the Wolves is expected to drive in
the winning runs. Michigan at,
times during the present season has
shown signs oftreally brilliant base-
bail ability, but at others the Maize
and Blue players have looked any-
thing but of Big iTen caliber.
Team Hits Snag.
After starting off the season at
a fairly good pace, which while it
did iot foreshadow a successful de-
fense of the title won last year,
seemed to assure Coach Fisher's
men of a place near the top of thej
rankings. however the Wolverines
hit a snag, and the past four games
have been written down on the
wrong side of the percentage col-
umn. Purdue, started the ball roll-
ing when it won its first game, of
the Big Ten season at the eXpense1
of Michigan by a 5-1 count.
Illinois was the next to profit by1
a win over the struggling Wolves
when they copped an 11-8 win in a
game which Coach Fisher used six
pitchers in an effort to stem the
Illini rampage. Michigan made five
errors in tis game.
Dose Two More.
Last week on an extended trip'
around the circuit two more losses l
were chalked up against Michigan,
Northwestern winning their second
victory of the season from the in-
vaders by a 6-5 score, and Illinois
again taking the measure of theirl
ancient rivals by a 5-2 count in a
gamhe which was played in the rain.'
With these losses behind them
the Wolverines are sure not to go
on the field this afternoon with
any trace of the over-confidence
which would usually mark the feel-
ing of a team meeting an outfit
from a smaller school. Michigan
will be given a chance to vindicate
themselves for their previous losses
this afternoon.
Coach Fisher will use the same
lineup which he has sent onto the
field all season, with the exception
that Presbrey will get the pitchingf
call. This boy has shown a lot on
the ball this year, but is lacking in
control, but if he should get going
lie will cause the invaders plenty of


Henri Cochet,
Famous French tennis star, whoa
is ranked as the world's best court

cluded spring basketball practice
for his Varsity candidates by con-
ducting a lively game between two
chosen quintets. The Blues and
the Whites, captained by Shaw and
Weiss, respectively, battled on al-
most even terms in the first half
but in the second half Weiss' team
gradually increased the score un-
til they had compiled 18 points to
12 scored by Shaw's team. The
Blues were composed of Petrie and
Root at forward, Garner at center
and Shaw and Altenhof at the
guard posts. The Whites were
composed of Eveland and Baldwin
at forward, Ricketts at center, and
Weiss and Woodruff at guard;
Shick replaced Woodruff at the
half. Although both Garner and
Ricketts jumped center, they then
dropped back to a guard position.
Good guarding, accurate passing
and ball handling, featured the
play of both teams. The guards
did a fair job of getting the ball
off the back-board, while the for-
wards restricted themselves to
short shots within a 15-foot range
The players, although short in
height, showed occasional fiashes
of speed and it seems a certainty
that Coach Veenker will have to
relic upon speed, good guarding
and accurate passing to make a
good showing in next season's
The play of Weiss, Altenhof, and
Baldwin featured the work of both
teams. The floor-play of Weiss and
Altenhoff was especially good;
sharp-shooters of the game were
Weiss with five baskets, Baldwin
with three baskets, Altenhof with
two baskets and two free-throws
and Shaw with two baskets.

!star at the present time. Cochet is
-I the only one named ahead of Bill
a Tilden, veteran United States
I ranking player.
Tilden Faces Battle
, to Win French Title
(13v Associated Press)
AUTEUIL, France, May 21 - The
i French hard court tennis cham-
pionships, now in progress here,
may be climaxed by international
, battles in both the men's and w6-
men's singles.
In the men's singles, Henri Co-
( chet of France and Big Bill Tilden
have been seeded at the top of the
upper and lower halves of the draw,
respectively and if play' follows
form- will meet in the finals-_

are consistently around 180 feet
which is considered the top for
yearling hurlers. Klein has been do-
ing the recordwork in thefbroad
I jumrp while Damm is by far thel
best man on the discus throw. Cox
has proved to be a hammer thrower
of the first class.
# Complete List.
The complete list of numeral
winners is as follows: Charles M.
Allen, Walter Allen, Arnold E.
! Blumenfield, Dolph 0. Boettler,,
Howard Braden, Rupert T. Bradley,
Edw'ard Clark, Roderick H. Cox.
Russel M. Damm, Charles E. De-
Baker, William B. Dibble, Hawley]
Egleston, Charles Ecknovitch, Rob-
ert E. Goddell, Donald J. Haefele,
Harry H. Haley, William S. Hill,
George W. Hitt, Jack E. Hodgson,
( Roger W. Howell, Edwin G. Jackson,
Alvin R. Jacobs, Arthur Kelley, Wil-1
liam F. Klien, Sidney Cronfeld,
Robert H. Lamb, Bernard S. Levine,
Robert A. Ostrander, Archibald D.
Price, Sidney Reynolds, Frank C.
Richards, Charles E. Roberts, Paul
Roth, Kenneth Siefert, Frank Sin-
roll, Carlton A. Solberg, Noel Turn-
Ser, John J. Van Akkren, and John
Van Sant. I

Spartan Track Meet
rAST LANSING, May 21. - The
twenty-fourth annual state inter-
scholastic meet here Friday and
Saturday will bring a record-break-
ing entry list of 847 athletes from
188 high schools of the state ad-
vancedhregistration with meet of-
ficials here indicate.
Seventy-one schools and 246
pupils will participate in the com-
petition for the class C champion-
ship for the greatest number of en-

Edward Gordon, dusky Iowa ace, two mile, the high and low hurdles
should win the broad jump again or the high jump. However, in all
this year, haying leaped better than ( the remaining events they are fav-
24 1-2 feet this spring. Dick Chap- ored to tak~e a pla~ce or two.
man of Michigan should gain a Three fast sprinters will be given
place if he is in form, while Diehl a chance to show. what they can
of Wisconsin, and Hoiston of Ohio do in the 100 and 200 yard dashes.
State are possibilities. Tolan, colored flash, was recognized
Javelin Throw. recently as the world's record, hold-
Another Hawkeye star, Weldon, or for the century distance. His mark
looks like a sure winner in the of 9.5 in the Conference meet of
javelin, having hurled the spear last year conceded him the pQ.sition
202 1-2 feet at the Drake relays. of being the first man officially to
Chambers of Illinois and Curry of break 9 3-5, the former mark.
Purdue have bettered 180 feet, and Campbell and myth will be- the
should garner some points. Fel- other Wolverines in the sprints.
binger of Ohio State, Brubaker of Relay Has Chance
Michigan and Mayer of Wisconsin Dale and Dalton Seymour, Rus-
should pick up a point or two. sell and Glading, will carry the
IRunning High Jump. Michigan hopes in the quarter-mile
Ted Shaw, sensational Wiscon- event which is expected to net the
sin sophomore, should add, the out- Wolves a few points. The mile relay
door Big Ten championship to his is also conceded a chance of plac-
list, having already annexed the ing in the finals.
indoor crown. He has cleared better Tossing the shot as he has been
,than 6 1-2 feet in competition this lately, Brooks should aid the Wol-
season. The other entries should bejverine. cause with a few points in
far below Shaw, with Carr of Illi- that event, and is also considered
nois, Felbinger of Ohio State, Gor- as a good bet in the discus. Captain
i don of Iowa, and Behr of Wisconsin Poorman will also put the shot.
as the chief competitors for the re- Sanderson, another Wolverine,
maihing points. (Continued on Pag# T)

Wisconsin..........8 0
Illinois...........7 2
Northwestern 4 4
Ohio State...........3 3
Indiana ............4 4
Minnesota ..........2 3
Purdue............3 6
MICHIGAN .........2 5
OGhicago............1 7


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