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STJNr)A7, MAY 25, 1030



+ Pro4ks, Campbell Score Wins 'Ruth Connects for Two Homers
sas Relay Decdes Conference i tt- as New York Batters Go
Track and Field Meet. on Hitting Streak.
(Continued From Page 1) New York took a double-header
dian runner was passed by North- <from Philadelphia yesterday as
western and Wisconsin. Babe Ruth knocked out two more
Holly Campbell boosted the Mich- n home runs to swell his total in the
he threw the hammer 159 feet 9 1-2, last six games to eight. The Bar-
ieches for first place. Bob Patton Jg tbodve thrnbtrenter
of the Wolverines was sixth, just bgo iiddth un eten h
out of the scoring, Booker Brooks'"s g"j(ames. Millr of the Athletics shar-
was igh ointmanfor he Wl Iing the honors with him in the first
verines with nine points, while Ed- The Indians came back at St.
die Tolan collected eight more inTh niscaebkat -
h Louis to win the last game of their
"h pr tJ:M.t? series, the Browns having taken the
SUMAlRlES. first three. Cleveland started its
Gne Mile un-Won by Martin f a.r. (hittng the first two innings, mak-L
(Purdue); second, Makeever (Illi- 1& 'a'"t T'^'r ing two runs each time up. The
nois); third, Clapman (Indiana); game settled down then, the In-
fourth, Wolf (Michigan); fifth, dansettng one nthe IntH
Godsworthy (Wisconsin). Time s[ dians gtting one more in the fifth c
G ,:dsrh (sand St. Louis scoring theirs in then
4:22.2. I sixth and ninth.!i
44 Yard Dash--Won by Walter In spite of the fact that Alexan- 'g
(N. W.); second, Russell (Mich); der collected two circuit smashesh
third, McAuliffe (N. W.); fourth JACK SHARKEY, brace that produced champions in and McManus another, Detro I I
Davidson (Wis.); fifth, Dale Sey- Who wil meet Max Schmeing in > he prize ring. failed to snap out of its losing habit,
mour (Mich.) Time :49.4. [New York next month for the Both of the contestants have en- dropping their game to the White!
100 Yard Dash-Won by Simp- heavyweight championship of the tcrd training for theier joust, with Sox. The Tigers seem bound to re-
son (Ohio); second, Tolan (Mich); world. The Boston Gob is rated an the usual monotonous grind of the tain their hold on the cellar posi-
third, Useman (Ill.); fourth, even choice with the beetle-browed training period stretching out be- tion of the league, but perhaps the
S thf (Mich.); fifth, Hass (Minn.) German by most critics in spite of fore them. Schmeling will doubt- home runs of Jolley and Reynolds
Time :9.7. the fact that the general publ lessly devote considerable time to aided them.E
120 Yard High Hurdles--Won by seems to favor the latter. If Shark- perfection of his left hook as this In the older league, St. Louis won
Sentman (Ill.); second, Hatfield ey can rise to the heights of his is the outstand'ng weakness in his both games of their double-header
(Ind); third, Rockaway, Ohio); bouts with Jack Delaney and 'TOm.- category of blows. It is the prev- wh Cincinnati to put them aheadt
fourth, Saling (Iowa); fifth, Rod- my Loughran he should prove more alent belief that Sharkey will not of Brooklyn, who beat the Braves
gers (Ill.) Time :14.9. than a match for the Teuton. How- stand up under a two-fisted body by slamming out three runs in the
Half Mile Run-Won oy Letts ever, an exhibition such as he put attack, and the German must po- ~inth. Slade arid Bressler hit a*
(Chicago); second, Hays (Ohio); up against Stribling would be fatal ish up his blows with the left t home run apiece
third, Beetham (Ohio); fourth to America's title hopes. offer such an offensive. The Pirates tried hard to follow
Wolf (N. W.); fifth, Evans (Ill.) If Schmeling triumps it w1 be the Robins' example but fell a cou-
Time :1.5G. I1the first time since the bare- Mple of runs short of Chicago's total.
420 Yard Dash-Won by Simp- knuckle days that a foreigner has H IN U F L.R Philadelphia, however, with Davis'
son (Ohio); second, Tolan (Mich.); held the title in the unlimited di- - -j-Sand Freiberg's homers, snaggedv
third, Useman (Ill.); fourth, Camp- vision. Bob Fitzsimmons, who their game fron the New York t
bell (Mich.); fifth, Root (Choca- ranks wth the greatest of all time,I Gants in a ninth inning rally.
go). =Time :21.0. was a native-born Australian, but U 'I
Two Mile Run-Won by Brock- j "Ruby Robert" resided in this coun- AMERICAN LEAGUEs
smith (Incd.); second, Follows try long enough so that he cannot Take Wont Beating First game R H E
(Wis.); third, Clapham (Ind.); be classed as a "foreigner." A W rPhil'delphia 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3- 6 13 2v
fourth, Leas (nd.); fifth, Kemp, Schmeling victory would be all the Since Sport's Inaugural; New York . .1 1 2 1 5 0 0 0 *-10 13 2p
(Ind.) Time 9:34.3. more remarkable since the Ger- Martin Plays Well. Quinn, Shares and Cochrane,
20 Yad Low Hurdles-Won by mans have never been classed as a Perkins and Pennock, Dickey. v
Stntman (Ill.); second, Rockaway (Continued From Page 6) Second game R H E
(Ohio); third, Cave (Ill.); fourth -- Phil'delphia 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0- 1 7 2
Rodger (Ill.); fifth, Hatfield (Ind )Hoosiers Will Meet only one-half point. Martin's playNew York ..1 0 1 6 0 3 0 0 *-11 16 0
Time :23.3. I Nthwtrn T mn was the strength of the combina- Walber Rommell and Cochrane,
ole Vault-Won by McDermont or ese ea tion and made this match the best Schang; Ruffing and Bengough.
(Ill.)-; second, Warne (N . W); (Continued From Page 6) of the doubles play. The second RIH E)
third Pottle (Mich.); fourth, Al- (CntiuedFrm Page6) fourcome went to the Illini by the Detroit.....0 0 0 2 0 4 0 0 1-7 12 2
bright and Canby of Iowa, tied.A have turned out otherwise into same score of 2 1-2 to 1-2 when Chicago . 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 *-8 11 0
Best Jump: 13 feet, 10 inches easy victories. The pitching of Val- Lyon and Crowe dru enfy hao T sB k 0
(new Conference record). ler, veteran ace, and Gatti, a prom-and Howard. Thissecond match Hogsett, Sorrell and Hargrave,
Shot Put-Won by Behr (Wis.); ising sophomore, has been on a last few holes, which went to heMcKain and Berg, Autry.
second, Brooks (Mich.); third, par with any of the other teams Illinois team. ,theSt.Louis.0.0... 2 0 0 100 1-52 9 3
Munn (Minn.); fourth, Poorman but numerous errors in the infield Cleveland... 2 1
(Mich.); fifth, Gnabah (Wis.) Best I have been the fault. Gatti went The singles play of the after- Gray, Kimsey and Manion; Hud-
distance 49 feet, 1 1-2 inches (new the full route for the first time last noon was fast and the most thril- I in and L. Sewell.
Conference record). Saturday' against Ohio State and ling of the season's dual meets. Boston at Washington-rain.
Discus Throw--Won by Brooks was credited with a 10 to 5 vie- Again Martin proved the mainstay NATIONAL LEAGUE
(Mich.) second, Behr (Wis.); third tory. The Crimson sluggers went of the Indian team when he beat First game R H E
Sanderson (Mich.); fourth, Sim- on a rampage and were working Hicks, playing the number one po- Cincinnati 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 7 1I
mons (Wis.); fifth, Schmidt (Ohio). on the slants of the fourth Buck- I sition, by the whitewash score of St. Louis ... 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 *-5 1-0 0
Best distance 142 feet, 6 inches. eye hurlers when the game came 3-0. It was during this match Rixey, Johnson and Sukeforth; i
Running High Jump-Won by to a close. Rascher, Bross, Thom- that Martin turned in his most Haines and Wilson.
Felbinger (Ohio); second, Shaw as and Gatti drove out three bag- cnsistent scores. Lyon, playing in Second game RHE
(Wis.); and Miller (Ill.), tied; gers to furnish the long distance tae number two sposition for the Ccminat . .:0 0 0 i0 : 0 0 0-e0 5 1
fourth, Carr (Ill.); fifth, Russell clouts for Indiana. IMaini, drped one point to Roy- St. ouis ... 1 0 2 0 0 3 2 *-4 13 2
(Ohio) and Murphy (Wis.) tied, The Big Ten track team was held ston, seting the soare at '2-1. McWheeney, D oahue & Gooch;l
Best jump 6 feet, 3 inches. ' this afternoon at Northwestern hse tw matches were the best . Johnson and Mancuso
Javelin Throw-Won by Weldon while the national intercollegiate of the singles play and drew most IRH Et
(Iowa); second, Nelson (Iowa); meet at Chicago Universityateof the galery. Brooklyn-I
third, Chambers (Ill.); fourth, me at Cet ton Crowe also made a clean sweep! 0O 1 0 G 0 0 I 0 3-5 11 1!
Curry (Purdue); fifth, Brubaker i of his match with Lenfesty andi Boston-
season in which the Hoosiers will added 3 points. Crowe has been 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0-2 5 0
inches. articipat Coach E. C yes s holding down -the number three Phelps and Lopez; Smith and
ice.planning to take all those who1 position for the Illinois mashie f Spohrer. H c
Running Broad Jump-Won by p aced either in the state meet or oswingers this year and has been IpHrEr
Gordon (Iowa); second, Chapman the conference meet at North- oner th s alabd men o hH0E-
(Mich.); third, Diehl (Wis.); western today. An international the team. Lenfesty, the star Wol- CPi gh . . 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2-3 11 1
fourth, Sentman (Ill.); fifth, Hois- track meet to be held at Soldiers' verine sophomore who has been at s Malone and Taylor; French and
ton (Ohio). Best distance 24 feet, Field in August with England in P itsb h s hs l a ho hae bee In nT

1 1-4 inches. which many intercollegiate stars ,iU111 uoo.
slight reversal of form and madeHE
1Iammer Throw-Won by Camp- will participate may draw the in-I several weak approach shots, and New York .. 0 0 ,0 2 0 1 1 1 1-6 12 1!
bell (Mich.); second, Frisch (Wis.); terest of several Indiana stars. lost some of his strength on the Philadelphia000300103-143
third, Hart (Iowa); fourth, Gil- Coach Hayes has announced that ges. Prittd e ing and O'Farr-l4;
christ (Iowa); fifth, Boesil (Chi- if any of the Hoosiers wish to train Howard m hs fett, Collar and Da.
cago). Best distance 159 feet, 9 during the summer months for the ; the Wolverines when he halved hisd
1 -2 ines meethd hes willaid them. Pssible match with Alpert for 1 1-2 points.! NEW YORK-The State Athletic
One Mile Relay--Won by Michi- i candidates would be Leas in the Alpert did not show the same speed f commission has approved the 15-
gan (Dalton Seymour, Mueller, two mile, Fields and Clapham in 7 and ability that marked the play round bout between Jimmy Slat-
Russell, Dale Seymour); second, the mile, and Reinhardt in the ( of his team mates, while Howard tery and Maxie Rosenbloom for the
Northwestern; third, Wisconsin; javelin throw. None of these ath- was at the top of his form and light heavyweight championship.
fourth, Illinois; fifth, Indiana. letes to date have announced their displayed both decision and accur- I The body recognizes Slattery as
Time 3:22. intentions of trying for the team. acy in most of his shots. I the present champion.

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Fratercity Nines Reach Quarter
Final Round; Phi Sgima
Delta Favorite.

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§tuq, We V. J. JfIAiurumiiW, 115
HEMSTITCHING, Altering and Re-
Eight fraternity nines are left pairing neatly done. Miss Lyn-
1rom a field of 75 teams which don, 210 S. Ingalls.
started the season six weeks ago.
These remaining aggregations have NOTICE
advanced to their present position W H.IBENJA IN
in the quarter finals as aresult of H. BENJAMIN
A 215 E. Washington Phone 4310
.omc veiry good playing and it is 246
difficult to say which team will ~FCA,~FA tPE.1VR

Hack Wilson
One of the stars of the National
League, who is hitting the ball with
his accustomed vigor this season.
Hack is one of the most important
cogs in the Cubs' championship
machine, his timely home runs be-
ng a big factor in pulling close
games out of the fire. At present
he is leading the circuit in four
base blows.
Compton Silences Badger Bats
as Fisher's Men Pound
Out 14 Safe Hits.
(Continued from Page 1)
when four hits and two walks net-
ted them four more runs in the
ninth bringing their total up to ten.

finally emerge as the 1930 cham-
Seek Third Title.
Looking over the eight teams, Phi
Sighia Delta looks to have the edge
on the others, mostly because of
their impressive record. In 1928 they
won the title without the loss of a
game in twelve starts. They re-
peated this record last year, win-
ning the title with twelve more
straight victories. They have run,
their consecutive game total of vic-
tories to 32, copping their eight
games this year. Eight runs have
been scored against their this year.
They are meeting Alpha Sigma Phi
a team that has had a very suc-s
cessful season so far holding the
opposition to seven runs in six
games and have produced some
heavy hitting on their own accord.
Two evenly balanced teams, Phi
Chi and Theta Xi are meeting in
another game. Theta Xi seems to
have run up against the tougher
opposition in its previous game and
for this reason they are given the-
Phi Lambda Kappa Strong
Phi Lambda Kappa and Phi Kap-
pa Psi are mixing in the third
quarter final game. Phi Kappa Psi
possesses a well balanced, hard hit-
ting, team which has received
splendid pitching so far. Phi Lamb-
da Knn hs nlr kd tha of.o

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The fireworks in this frame were ua nappa as o e e partoIa
supplied by Straub and Tompkins smart, aggressive team in its pre-I
who both doubled with men oin theliminary games and after its im-
o bpressive victory over Psi Upsilon in
paths. the first round, they are believed to
Wisconsin (4) AB R H PO A E have a good chance of moving into
Winer, cf. ....... 4 0 1 0 0 0 the semi-finals.
Matthusen, 3b. .. 4 1 0 0 1 01 Delta Tau Delta should defeat
Poser, lf. ......... 4 0 1 3 0 0 [Delta Kappa Epsilon. They areE
Ellerman, 2b. .....4 0 0 0 5 0 l better fortified in the pitching de-
Mittermeyer, rf. .. 4 0 0 2 0 0 i partment, are hard hitters and pos-
Griswold, c. ...... 3 1 3 1 1 0 I sess a faster, more aggressive ball
Schneider, 1b. .... 4 1 0 15 0 0 club than the DK's.
Werner, ss. ...... 4 1 2 6 3 1
Farber, p........ 2 0 0 0 4 0 ! DETROIT - The University of
Sommerfield, p. .. 1 0 0 0 3 0 Detroit vehemently denied the al-
--legation that they paid Gus Son-i
Totals ........ 34 4 7 27 17 1 neberg, present heavyweight wrest-
Michigan (10) AB R H PO A E ling champion $500 to leave Dart-
Butler, rf......... 4 2 1 0 0 0 mouth and come to the Detroit in-
Superko, 3b.3..... 1 1 1 3 1 stitution to play football some sea-
Tompkins, cf.....5 1 2 1 0 0 sons ago.
Hudsonlb......5 1 2 13 0 0l - -_
Straub, lf.......3 2 2 4 0 0 IHlhII
Myron,ss....... 4 3 1 1 2 0:
Truskowski, c. ... 4 0 2 4 1 0
Daniels, 2b. ...... 5 0 3 3 .3 0 =
Compton, p....... 4 0 0 0 4 0 M chigs
Totals ........ 37 10 14 27 13 1
Michigan. .1 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 4-10 14 21
Wisconsin .0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0.0- 4 7 31
Homeruns-Tompkins. Two base j
hits-Poser, Werner, Tompkins (2), I= PEI A L S1
Straub. Base on balls-Off Comp=-1
ton 2, off Sommerfield 2. Struck
out-By Sommerfield 1, by Comp- I TT T AX-
ton 2. Umpires-Myers and Ray. "
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