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rA GE SIX

THE VTCTTT AN

DAILY

Wf7rbAY, MAY 24, 1030

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Kiegler or Compton May Start
Against Sommerfield,
Wisconsin Ace.
TEAM BATTING BETTER
PRftA;BLE LINE-UPS.

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PLAY

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T MADISON

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MICMGAN
Butler, rf.
Superko, 3b.
Tompkins, cf.
Hudson, 1b.
Straub, if.
Myron, ss.
Truskowsk, c.
'Daniels, 2b.
Comupton or
Keigler, p.

WIsCONSkfN
Griswold. c.
Werner, ss.
Mittermeyer, rf.
Pbser, if.
Schneider, lb.
Ellerman, 2b.
Winer, cf.
N'atthusen, 3b.
sommetf eld, p

Battling a team whlich has cihch-
ed the Western Conference baseball,
championship for 1930, Coach Fish-
er's crew will invade Madison this
afternoon in a desperate attempt
to improve thei'r rating in Big Ten
staridings. The Badgers have ac-
counted for eight straight .victories
in championship competition this
season, and unless the dope suffers
a severe upset, should add another
at the experse of the struggling!
Wolves.
This will be the first 4ieeting of
the year for the two teams, but
comparative scores and percentages
give the Wi oonsin team a decided
advantage over their opponents.
Wisconsin has met and turned the'
threat of four of the strongest
teams in the circuit in eight games
during their long schedule, while
the Maize and Blue stand well
near the bottom of the list.
Wisconsin has two especially
strohg hurlers in Farber and Som-
merfield, and it is probable that,
the latter will start against the
Wolves. iIe pitched his team to a
7-0 victory over Chicago recently

De rao SoccerBTeBL SABE RUTH SETS
MetsMihEa Sua 1ruuANOTHER MARK ,
Coach Johnson's all-campus 'soc-TRlIfflb
crteam will pa its fourth game M E L IITD Y u BA _M IU I S
of the season at Ferry Field his -__
afternoon. They will take the field Big Ten Champions and Second Michigan Tennis Squad Is Given,
against the Detroit tIotspurs", a I sSlight Ed Over Chicago
commercial team. The game will Best Meet in Post-TourneySv
start at 3 p. m. when the Detroit Match Play. in Crucial Meet.
ers kick off.
The Micn gan tea i somewat HOME GREENS ARE HELPJ TITLE HOPES AT STAKE
weakened after their game with ___
Ann Arbor last Saturday which Fae;ihtencsiyo e
ended in a tie. FourHindus will Over the Bairton Hills course to- Faced with the necessity of de~
be out of the game because of in- day will be played one of the great- feating the Chicago net team inl
juries: Kairoa, Itterweh, Zutshi, est golf matches ever shot in Ann order to lay claim to the Confer-
and Eapon. i Arbor. The Wolverines are hosts to once tennis championship, the
The procaufr lineup will be as ! '
follows: Axin (American), goal; the fighting Ilini champions of the! -Michigan court squad will invadel
Gill, Hindu, and Dean (Amen- Big Ten, in what appears to be - the Maroon camp today the favor-
Gill, (Hind 1,ited tontakeendown theorboysbfrom..the
can), full backs; Valverde (Boliv- even a more hotly contested game .. .. .1ite to take down the boys f
Ian), center half; Kim (Korean), than the finals of the Conference Midwa b a fairly decisive score.
left half; Finds (American), right matches. 1 ;.
half; Junquito (Columboan), cen- Playing at their top form Coach Although the Chicago season ha
ter forward; Dawson (Amcrican), Trueblood's men will mieke a stron not been bad from a standpoint o(
outside left forward; Rios (Boliv- attempt to trim the chainpan In- meets won and lost. the play of the
ian, inside left forwzrd; Ipe (H- dians. Having the advantage of Maroons, nOW that Ceoge Lot ha
du), inside right forward; Madero play on their own stamping .,t*Y I f h
(Mexican), outside right forwafd. grounds and shooting with an ac- ieft h team, lacks the (lass t
The coach also has some good curacy and fine decision that has ^,has characterozed most of the IMih~l ?
spares in Mozundai, Terrazas, Can- not beens1equaled this season, the x igan play so far this season.
field, Howard, and Fleming. l Wolves have more than an even'ithoutlay oubt rthesames me.
----chance of adding to their dual vie-Mh
and since Farber was used against tory record. wil start for Michigan that started
Minnesota all ind2cations point in Leading the Illini will be Dik 1the Illinois meet last week. Beal,
his direction as the choice for to-I Martin the lately crowned 'king of who played number one man in the
day. Michigan is on the other hand Big Ten golfers, who will meet Indian meet, likely will draw that
lacking in pitchers, Coach Fisher i Hicks in a match that will be the Babe Ruth position again, while Captain Ham-
using four of them in the Oberlin best for a gallery of golf fans. Fred King swat hoas busy mer. Bob Clarke, Ryan. Rolli'n;
Digof sawho hsbeen Cakbnuraewllpoabyb
game. The problem of who he- will Lyon one of the Indians' mainstays d taClark and Brace will probably be
pick to try to tame the Conference will tee off with Royston and their the other Wolverines to engage il
leaders is therefore a matter of round is one of the most closely up some more records for the boys the singles matches.
conjecture, with Kiegler or Comp- ( matched plays of the day. Sam Al- to shoot at during the seasons to The Michigan doubles combina-
ton probably in line to get the call. pert another of Illinois' title win- come. Wednesday he became the tions will probably be composed of
The Badgers have been hitting ners will go around with Jack f st major league player to hit Brace and Hammer, number one
hard all year, and most of the Lenfesty. Lenfesty has been im- three home runs ill a single game i team, Beal and Bob Clarke, number
scores which they have run up proving his style of play this year rn two, and Ryan and Rollin Clark,
against their opponents have been and should be the strength of tl Ion three different occasions when number three.
rather large. Michigan has a band team next fall. Crowe is playing in he nicked the Philadelphia pitch- j The regular Chicago team will
of potential hitters who know how the number four position and will ers for a trio of circuit clots. The f probably start for the Maroons, led
to land on the ball when they are oppose Howard who is holding next day he made three more home by three steady players, Rexinger,
going{. down the same position for the ! runs, again setting what is expect- Stagg, and Callahan. Rexinger, the
Wolverines. The doubles play wilther reod of six home Midway captain, is one of the best
Twenty-six home runs were bat- start at nine and a large gallery is players in the Conference and
ted out in the 10 big league ball expected for these matches as well runs in two days. Four games were should give a good account of him-
games that were played on Thurs- as the afternoo's offering of singles required for the New York artist self against his Wolverine op-
day afternoon. play. to establish this record. ponent.

~V iconin rew Meets'
Pe~'Veteran squad TA IG EEV
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MADISON, WisconsinMay 23 -
With the close approach of the__
varsity racewith Pennsylvania to- Twenty Freshmen Win Numer-
day, interest in crew activities at
the University of Wisconsin has als; Many Prorising Players
suddenly become widespread and Are Revealed.
tense here.
Penn's beautiful new shell, built j After five weeks of intensive
by George Pocock of Seatle, reach- I practice Coach Jack Blott has sin-
d here from the coas city Mon- gled out the outstanding players on
day, a. nd CoachRut Callow and! the freshman squad for the num-
his Red and Blue delegaton will eral awards. Twenty yearling ball
arrive at 5:45 p. im., Thursday. As 1 players will receive sweaters for this
their boat has alceady .been put season's work. Twelve of these
n shape by the Wisconsin navy awards were won by members of
department, Penn wentdirct from the regular first year team, and the
the train to the Vargity boat house other eight by players on the Phy-
and put in an hour or so of row- sical Education nine.
ng before darkness. I Berger, Thornburg, Manuel. Pleiss,
The Eastern crew will have a Shriver, Reiter, Hubbard, 'McKay,
considerable weigh' an age ad- Salisbury, Lapham, Richmond, and
vantagc ovcr the Badgers as they Cooper are the freshmen to earn
avrr ge 17( 1-2 pound:s in weigh.lt 1I _________________________
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