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REEVSBW TO LOACH -5 F'N 'iE 'SA RSITY,
Kiegeler And Hill Work As Varsity man's deliveries, Squire at first,
Pit-hers; ioltzman, Martin y Moodie at second, Wheeler at short
Hrl For ,eserves and Garrison at third, while Cap-
tain Corriden, Nebelung and Straub
cavorted in the outer gardens.
OUTFIELDS ARE SHIFTED The standard infield of McCoy,
first base, Myron, second, Kubicek,
Coach Fisher's so-called regulars short, and Weintraub, third, played
handed the reserves their fifth for the regulars, with Reichman
straight defeat of the week yester- starting behind the bat and Slagge,
day afternoon in the first nine in- Kanitz, and Eastman in the out-
ning tilt of the season, taking ad- field.
vantage of the two added chapters Weintraub started the scoring in
to garner four ruis for a total of the first inning, counting on My-
10 while the yannigans 'were held ron's hit after a walk, and helped
to five markers. along the second run in the fol-

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FRESHMAN BASEBALL
More candidates are still
wanted to tryout for the fresh-
man baseball team. All fresh- I
men who wish to tryout for the I
squad may report any afternoon I
at the field house, and should I
bring their own equipment. I
Coach Jack Blott. I
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ALL OF LAST YEAR'S WINNERS
RE-ENTER 1929 KANSAS RELAYS

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The regulars went out in short or-
der on two pops to Centenni and a
grounder.,
Jim Hill and Stevens, taking over
the regular battery duties, put
Martin out on a roller to Myron,
and Hill closed the inning with twoj
strikeouts on six pitched balls.
With two out in the first of the
lucky seventh, the Varsity counted
once more to make the score 6-3,
Stevens dropped a Texas leaguer
over Centenni's head, stole second,
and crossed the plate on Jim Hill's;

(Special To The Daily)
All Universities and colleges
which sent winning relay teams to
the Kansas Relays in 1928 will have
entries at the Seventh Annual Kan-
sas Relays at the University of
Kansas Memorial Stadium here'
April 20 to defend their titles.
i Winners in the University class
relays were: Kansas, quarter mile;1
Northwestern and Texas A. & M.
tied for first in half mile; North-l
western, one mile;; University of
Missouri, two-mile; University of
Illinois, four-mile; University of,
Oklahoma, distance medley.
In the college class relays the[
winners were: Oklahoma Baptists,
half mile relay; Kansas State
Teachers of Pittsburg, Kas., one.
Illinois High Schools
Await Section eets
(Special To The Daily)
Looking towards the district track
meets May 11 and the state inter-
scholastic championships at the
University of Illinois May 17 and 18,
high school athletes are taking
early season workouts.

mile and two mile relays; and
Wichita, (Kansas), University, dis-
tance medley relay.
Competition in the various relay
races will be strong again this year
and it is far from certain that win-
ners of last season can repeat in
the same events.
Although coaches have until
April 10 to get their official entry
I blanks to the Kansas management,
yet preliminary cards stating in-
tention of entering have come in in
large numbers and some 22 Univer-
sities, two dozen colleges and 15
high schools outside of Kansas are
now listed as certain to send con-
testants to the Kansas games.
Universities already indicating
intention of coming with teams in-
clude Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa andl
Northwestern of the Western Con-
ference, Missouri, Kansas, Oklaho-
ma, Nebraska, Kansas Aggies and I
Iowa State of the Big Six Confer-1I
ence; Drake, Creighton, Oklahoma
M., Grinnell and Washington,
of the Missouri Vally Conference;
Texas and Texas A. & M., Notre
Dame, Colorado Aggies, Utah, Ne-
vada, New Mexico, Wyoming and
probably Washington State College.
Occidenta1 College of. Los' Angeles

Both teams retained the same lowing session by a clean triple to
lineups that were used Friday, the left center. Kiegeler got into a hole
regular and reserve outfields being in the last of the second with all
shifted to equalize the hitting the bags occupied and no onre out
strength of the nines. Four pitch- but held the yannigans scoreless on
ers saw service during the game, a double play at the plate and first
Kiegeler and Hill hurling for the and another easy out, both on
Varsity while Holtzman and Martin grounders to the pitcher.
split the yannigan mound assign- The yannigan's came to life with
mient. three runs in the last of the fourth
Kiegeler and Holtzman who start- Nebelung on a grounder to McCoy
ed the game appeared wild during reached first when Kiegeler failed
the *earlier innings, but steadied to touch the bag and Straub's'
later on to hold down the scoring.single and Duckman's walk filled
The former presented the yanni- the bases to let Holtzman try to
gans with four walks and five safe- win his own game with a long
ties in five innings, most of the lat- single to right, Nebelung and'
ter coming in the hectic fourth ses- Straub coming in first, while Duck-!
sion which netted the reserves man counted on a bad throw to
three runs. Holtzman gave the first when Kiegeler tried to catch
regulars a like number of free trips Holtzmanbetween the bases.
along with four hits in the five in- With the score 3-2, yannigans,,
nings, but scattered the blows to Eastman scored the first of the
hold the Varsity to one marker in regulars' trio of runs in the fifth in-
each of the first -and second in- mlng after one out, coming in from
nings. first on Reichman's long single.
Martin and Hill started their Weintraub walked and he and
mound duties with a scoreless and Reichman scored to make the count
hitless sixth chapter, but the latter 5-3 when Straub misjudged Kubi-
weakened in the next session to cek s long fly to right which went
allow the yannigans to shove across for a two bagger.
their final two runs. Martin got Martin and Rob Hill replaced the
into trouble in the final sessions reserves' battery at the start of the
also, having one run scored against ext inning, and Moodie was
him in the 7th and 8th innings, shifted to third, Centenn get-
while three regulars crossed the ting the second base assignment.
pan in the final chapter. The yan-
nigans found Hill for four safeties
and received one free trip, while Phon 7102
Martin allowed six hits and also
presented one walk.
The yannigans started the game
with Duckman receiving Holtz-

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of the seventh, the yannigans
started their final rally which net-
ted two runs. Corriden was safe on
a texas leaguer and scored on Neb-
elung's double through the infield,
while the latter counted a moment
later on McAfee's triple over the
right fielder's head.

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Ku icek madeh e score *-5, a- This will be the thirty-fifth an- also rill send C4
avor the regulars, in the next inning, nual presentation of the state meet this year. These
reaching first on Wheeler's error, which is one of the famous prep have taken many
stealing second, to score on Mc- meets of the United States. Win- eays event of I
Coy's hot grounder, while Wheeler ners of first and second laces in not resent
was the only reserve player to s it nseodpaesnnt present last
was he oly rserv plaer t the district meets conducted May Pipal has not sent
reach first, being safe on a single. 11 by the Illinois State Nigh School just which events
The Varsity bunched three singles fAthletic association and the Chi- willhenter.
and a triple for three runs in the cago Public School Athletic league Dr. . nC. Allen,
next inning. Eastman got on with willq ualify to compete in the I letics at the Univ,
a scratch hit and came in on Jimchampionship finals. On 'account
Hill's second single, while the lat- of the selective method of qualifi- _-
ter counted on Kubicek's long cation, the standard of competition
triple over the right fielder's head. is high and assures interesting and
Myron's s gle which put Kubicek evenly matched contests.
across ended the scoring, the re- The golf and tennis tournanent s 7:30 A.M,
serves dying in short order in the- which will also decide state chai-
final half chapter. pionships, will be open to pub-
- -lic high schools in the stat_ _ _
New York.-Dempsey has signed -________
I Schmeling, German heavyweight,
for a battle on June 19. The oppo-
nent has not been mentioned.

ontestants again
e coast athletes
places .in Kansas
the past but were

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liant game during the 'entire game.

year. Coach Joej has announced a new challenge
t definite word in trophy for the two mile University
his Californians class relay, donated by the Delta
Chi fraternity. The Kansas City
director of ath- Star challenge cup also is:given in
versity of Kansas, the same race.

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