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BASEBALL SQUAD|HOLDS LIGHT

OUTDOOR

)N IRSTBASE DUTIlS
)utfilders Workout At Catching
Line Drives; Mold Long
Batting Practice
15 0 MAKE TRIP SOUTH

4 DIAMOND POINTS

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With three days still left to prac-1
tice before the start of the annual!I
trip south, the 1929 Michigan base-
ball team has already had the!
benefit of nine days of out of doors!
work, more than any of the previ-
ous diamond aggregations _ have
had for some time.

Myton at second in place of
Straub, the latter going into
the outfield.
With more practice, this com-
bination shoud measure up to
the standards of the past
Michigan infields. This lineup
on the base sacks gives promise

TEAMS ARE SNOWED IN
Washington U. Loses To llawkeyes;
Northwestern Downed By
Texas 7-6
BADGERS FORCED INDOORS

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Trouble that has been brewing in they form the' greatest

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Returning to the regular dia- of a good fieling AsomsinasorhC
mond on Ferry Field, the baseball The chance has thus Been of-- regardless of who is sent to Although several of the Confer-
team had its first outdoor workout fered for the candidates to dis- second, since both Myron and ence baseball teams are now on
yesterday since the recent turn for play their wares in actual con- Straub seem -to be rather de their southern trips, those whose
the wintry weather forced them in- petition before the training trip pendable on the keystone bag. schedules require that they remain
doors. The practice session was began and Coach Ray Fisher i at home this week have been ham-
confined to fielding, hitting and will not have to depend quite 1 With the present players, the left pered by the fact that one of the
pitching practice since the ground so heavily on the practice side of the inner cordon will boast ohas swepgt tor middle-wcest. Not
was too wet and soft to permit the games to discover the real ta-i two veterans in Weintraub and 'ha Michigan was forced indoors
playing of their regular Varsity- lent of a number of his prom.-?i Kubicek. Weintraub has been play only Mhin waoed indors
Yannigan game. ising men. ing a dependable game at the hot by the inclement weather but re-
Coach Fisher took advantage of corner for two years, holding uphports from Madison, Wis, state
the calling off of the practice tilt The Wolverine mentor's major his end of the fielding with con- tatted gdn.a
to put Ernie McCoy, at present the problem is to .-create a new infield. sistency and taking part frequent- snowed in.
foremost aspirant for the first base The inner defense of last year's ly in the Wolverine batting offen- 1 A thickblanketonat owMadscovers
position, through a long workout. championship nine was a heavy sive. Ithe-practice field at tMadison, and
I i there i's much doubt that the team
The Wolverine diamond .mentor sufferer due to graduation since, will be able to hold an outside drill
paid special attention to instruct- both Captain Loos, shortstop, and! Kubicek held down second wille ahe tonhol ouide rill
ing McCoy in shifting his feet so as first sacker Oosterbaan were lost. two years ago for the lub and before the annual ,spring trip to
to keep one toe on the bag when Two possible combinations have seems to have had little trouble the warmer states begins on April 9.
reaching for wild throws. j made an appearance during the so far this year in adaptingOne Big Ten team won atraining. 3
Mc~fe PaysIn utfeld pratic tits.himself to playing the short game Monday while another lost
.McAfee Plays In Outfiel practice tilts, f iel 1opaig t a close contest with Texas Univer-
The outfielders then came in for-ied sity. Washington University of St.
their share of defensive practice. For his so-called regular in- Louis fell before the attack. of the
The coaches took turns at hitting field, Coach Fisher has beIn PLoua ele tattack obythe
line drives to most of the outer working McCoy at first, Straub S Nstrong" 8-weye ball-tossers by the
at scon, Kuice atshor, ad IScore of "8-3- while the Texans de-
gardeners, including Captain Cor- at second, Kubicek at short, and WORK IN FIELD HOUSE feated Northwestern by one run,
riden and Bill McAfee. McAfee's the veteran Weintraub at third. 7-6a, orthwedtrnbyoerun-
I ~17-6, Iowar showed a ppwerful hit-
appearance was taken to mean Another arrangement found Michigan State Normal college's ting lineruip_ against Washington,
that the regular Varsity pitcher I medley relay team took an extend- but the Hawks defense was not all
may be shifted to the outfieldi n Dempsey-Fugazy May 1 ed workout in Yost field ihouse which could be desired.
some games to bolster the Wolver- yesterday afternoon in. preparation The Purple were defeated by
the' longstiternthsqadyatrym for competition in the southern re- Texas largely due to the number
the longest hitter on the squad at (YAsodrs)lays at Atlanta. Georgia, in the l of errors wl ich the Northwestern
present. WorkOn ouW Y , Aril T> near future. Coach Lloyd Olds men were -guilty of.
Pitchers Work On Mound NEW YORK, April 2.--The firmt brought his squad to Ann,.Arbor in
Following this practice, Coach of Jack Dempsey and, Humbert the afternoon to get a chance to Subscrib to The Michigan Daily,
Fisher called the regular nine and Fugazy, boxing promoters, hopes the aernte tocIk. $2.r5bfo the Man
several of the reserve players in to . extend its activities to Detroit run on a dirt track. ..2.25 for thehalf year.
for a long batting practice. The through the purchase of the Olym- 1
pitchers also came in for 15 min- pia arena there. The former chain- COACH WIEMAN TO CLOSE SPECIAL
utes of work apiece hurling from pion left for Detroit , last night SPRING GRID PRACTICE TOMORROW
the regular mound to the plate so with authority to purchase the: -_
as to acustorn themselves to pitch- plant and Fugazy intimated that Large Group Expected To Respond' been carrying the burden of the
ing from a raised box. they were ready to spend $1,000,- To General Call After kicking besides showing signs of
In spite of the sunshine a cold 000 on it. Vacation developing into a more effective
wind blew across the Ferry field Fugazy said he had received in- - and consistent passer than last
diamond and prevented a more formation that the Olympia was Coach Tad Wieman will wind up year.
strenuous workout. Coach Fisher ,on the market. This news came as the practice of the select group of Among the freshman candidates
stated, however, that the Wolver- I a surprise to New Yorkers, who thetpace the selet grou of who have been under the care of
ines were in good shape for the understood the arena was beingIfootball candidates of the 1929 grid Coach Wieman during the past few
southern trip, and announced a conducted on successful lines. Dick ' team tomorrow prior 'to preparing wveeks, Holland has shown the best
squad of 15 men as yet not chosen Dunn and Scotty Montieth, former for the large squad of football possibilities as material for next
will make the journey. New York promoters are in charge ien who are expected to respond fall's backfield. He has displayed
of boxing activities there and ap- to the general call 'immediately considerable ability as a paser.
Subscribe to The Michigan Daily, parently have met with much suc- } after spring vacation. Judging by the number of men
$2.25 for the half year. cess in their ventures. Practically all of the time de- who have been inquiring concern-
Promoter Fugazy said the pur- voted to practice so far this sea- ing the general call for spring
pose behind acquiring the Detroit son has been confined to kicking practice, about 150 candidates
0lympia was to start a chain- of and passing with a few drills on should report for service after
arenas. , one or two plays. Simmerall has spring vacation.

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the camp of the Chicago White tteam in the world. -s
Sox recently came to a nead Mon- Freshman Gr.aplers To Compete
day when first baseman Art Shires High price tags on ball player GyAssFeature Of The Indoor
gave out a statement which severe- purchased from s e c o n d a r y
ly criticized the attitude that league clubs are no longer
Manager Lena Blackburne has considered an adequate assur- Ei 911T B-OUTS TO IE HELD
taken in disciplining the Sox play- ance of -he player's worth to
ers. It is understood that Shires is the buyer.* Major league base- Preliminaries of the all freshman
not the only dissatisfied player on hal clubs have found this little wrestling tourney. left eight bouts
the squad, but that the others have axiom true when their highly to be run off this afternoon in
not as yet voiced their opinions, expensive purchAses fail by a conjunction with Freshman Day
wide margin to perform as well program sponsored by the physical
harry Heilman, who was re- as expected. education department. The win-
stored to the good graces of ners of yesterday afternoon's
Manager Stanley Barris Mon- In this connection it is interest- matches and those who drew byes
day, returned to the lineup fing to note that Leo Durocher, who ° will meet in a specially constructed
and played first base in fault- eased Lary, ' Huggin's high priced ring that is to be installed at
less stype against the Chicago Pacific Coast hopeful, out of the Waterman Gymnasium.
Cubs. His presence in the I regular shortfield position on the In the preliminaries Seabury took
lineup did not stop the Cubs Yankees, was originally picked up ' a bout from Bellamy in the 125
from annexing the game, how- . for what is considered small pound class with. a time advantage
ever. The Chicago team pound- change. He was playing baseball of two minutes and twenty seven
ed George Uhle for 13 safe on the side along with his hard- seconds. Duncan and Beesley put
blows to win the game 6 to 1. ware clerking. This summer he up ' a good match in the 135 pound
will also be playing ball on the division. The former took the
The Cleveland basketball team side-on the left side of the infield honors with a time advantage of
won the world's professional cham- of tho world's champions. ' three minutes and twelve, seconds.
pionship Monday night by defeat- __Gordon lost to Hochland in the 145
ing the Fort Wayne Hoosiers, 30 to class with the winner gaing a
22. The Cleveland team displayed PUCK LEAGUE TROPtY ume advantage of three minutes
its marked superiority over its AWARDED To BOUCHER "n f""te "
rivals by sweeping the worlds _____Sorenson Defeats lower-y
serifs in four straight games. Four I Sorenson and lowery put on a...
members of the former New York ()good match in the unlimited divi-
Celtics, Beckman, Barry, Lapchick, MONTREAL, April 2. - Frank the former winning it with
and Dehnert, are with the Cleve-- Boucher, stellar center of the New n advantage of three iinutes and
land club, and with Carl Husta, York Rangers, has repeated last ,evcnteen seconds, the biggest
- - ---season's performance of. winning mrn of any of the bouts. Blow-
Waner Cuts Demands the Lady Byng trophy. The tOPhy I ery threatened most of. the time
was presnted by Lady Byng dur and narrowly missed pinning Sor-
For Increased Salary her residence in Canada to b^ enson in the cariy minutes of
awarded each year to the playerIfighting.
- 11Y Associated i'css) in the National Hockey league who Cliff Keen, varsity mentor, of-
PITTSBURGH, April 2.-- The combined skill and sportsmanship ficiated in the bouts which were
Post Gazette today printed a tele- to the greatest degree. The award of six minutes turadion. Coach.
gram from Paul Waner, Pirate is made by a jury of sports writers Russ Sauer was 1 cli pleased with
holdout outfielder, quoting him as from the various cities in which the showing of his, men in this af-
saying he had cut his salary de- the league operates. fair -which winds up the official,
tmand slightly but that while he Boucher won this season by a freshman season. The squad. of.
regretted being, absent from the big Margin over the next candi- thrty-four men which have regu-
team, the club would have to meet date, Harold Darragh of Pitts- larly reported for practice will be
his latest demand. burgh. awarded numerals.
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In the recent cigarette test made at
the University, OLD GOLDS were
chosen by the students as the best.
The cigarettes were masked by
black labels so that the names of
the brands were concealed. Each
label was numbered. This was
judged to be the most sporting way
of testing the merits of the four
leading brands. Some 208 Yale
students were asked to smoke the
four disguised brands without
knowing their identity.
They were merely to choose, by
number, the one that wias most
appealing to the taste.
The NEWS supervised the test
on January 18 at various fraternity
houses and in the NEws oflice.

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The four leading cigarettes ..«. "Masked" with
paper sleeves to conceal their brand names.

The new Mats

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crown, narrow brims. .Usual
$8.00 quality for $5.00.

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When the votes were recorded
it was discovered that OD GOLD
(Cig rcttc No. 3) had kwon. Old

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