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TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1929

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Major Leaguers Open 1929 Campaign

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TIGERS MET INDIANS
AT CLEVELAN PARK
Big Ed M orris Is B ktoin's H ope
In Opener Against The

Columbia Downs
Tiger Raquetimen
PRINCETON, N. J., April 13.-
Columbia took four of the six
singles matches from the Prince-
ton tennis team here this after-

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Yankee Sluggers noon. The wet course and cold
weather prevented the playing of
CUBS TO MEET CARDS the doubles which have been post-
poned until April 23.
OPENING DAY! 1 Frank Bowden, number -one man
ENI _ AYon the Lion team, conquered KenI
Appel, the Tiger captain, after los-I
American League ing the first set in the biggest up-
Detroit at Cleveland. set of the matches, 5-7, 6-0, 6-4.
Chicago at St. Louis. Don Strachan, Princeton, had dif-
Boston at New -York. ficulty in defeating Melville Brill,
Philadelphia at -Washington. p finally winning by 4-6, 6-1, 7-5.
Ray Stone easily triumphed over
National League Walter Thomas of Princeton in
New York at Philadelphia. straight sets. Both Keyes and :QeC
Brooklyn at Boston. of the New York team had to go to
Pittsburgh at Chicago. three sets before- winning.
St. Louis at Cincinnati. The summaries:a
Singles-Bowden, Columbia, de-<
Big league baseball teams start feated Appel, Princeton, 5-7, 6-0
today, on another championship 6-4; Strachan, Princeton, def eat-
race that -will not end until J ed Brill, Columbia, 4-6, 6-1, 7-5;
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Going ten innings to annex her the season with will be ready,
first win in the Big Ten diamond for the Cards this afternoon
opener, Illinois proved a 3-1 win- plus one Rogers Hornsby,. the
ner over Iowa, finally solving the greatest hitter in baseball and
' left handed offerings of Forest a second baseman of unusual
Twogood, Hawkeye three sport star defensive abilities.
and ace of the Iowa City mound;
corps. While Cub backers are shouting
the wares of their favorites to the
The lanky Hawk pitcher had housetops John J. McGraw brings
the Ilmini batsmen in complete north a superbly conditioned team.
subjection all the way until the The Giants have an evenly
tenth when the visitors scored balanced club and possess ,o a
a brace of runs on three hits marked degree those traits which
- and an error. j lend themselves to the McGraw,
system of play-alertness, aggres-
While the Illini were chalking siveness, and subserviance to their
up. their first Conference win Pur- manager.
due took the measure of North- * *
western at Lafayette by a 7-4 score. Last year the Giants finished
The Wildcats got to McReynolds the fight just two games from
land Schupp, Boilermaker . fingers
for 12 hits, one more than the win- I the top. Numerous explana-
ners were able to amass but air-- tions were offered but none
tight support on the part of the seem to fit the case better than
Purdue fielders kept the game on the inexperience of youth.
the right side of the Lafaye 4 e I
ledger. Subscribe to The Michigan :Daily,
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Bill Tilden and Francis T.

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COLUMBUS, O., April 15.-C. C.
Pyle's pavement pounders were
_free to continue their cross-coun-
try jaunt as far as Springfield, 0.,1
today, but writs of attachment held
in Columubs three automobiles and
ia.an. with much of the, artistic,
talent of the side shows, while the
promoter strove with financial
problems.
Sheriff's deputies kept unwaver-
ing eyes on the Pyle impedimenta
in the interests of the Chevrolet
Motor Car Co. of New York. There!
was no explanation of the difficul-
ty except Pyles announcement
that the concern had objected to
his arrangement with one of its
agents to pay for the vehicles in
weekly installments. Overtures were
opened for a settlement, said Pyle.
The runners had a 40-mile gal-
lop to Springfield, with no attach-
ments about them whatever but
their bunions. Pete Gavuzzi of
Southampton, England, was at the'
head of the pack. He finished first
with Ed Gardner, Seattle Negro, in
the 54-mile run from Zanesville,

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as tone, Columbia, defeated - Thomas,
autumn and another football sea-Prnen6-6-2-K Cl'
Princeton, 6-2,.6-2;; Keyes,. Col-
son comes again. Sixteen south- umbia, defeated Lockhart, Prince-
ern training camps have been ton, 3-6, 6-4, 6-3; Iarbison,
broken and 16 clubs were awaiting Princeton, defeated Bergen, Col-
the starting gong to renew the umbia, 6-4, 6-4; Roe, Columbia,
battle. defeated Barker, Princeton, 6-2,
On the basis of the pre-season 3-6, 6-4.
dope, another all-New York World
series is looming up for next Oct-
ober. The Yankees are picked to'
lead the American league for the
fourth successive time while John
McGraw's Giant clan is given a seilHO!
slight "paper" edge over the MVCIhPi-iMI
cago Cubs in the National strug-
gle. Another ding dong battle is -
doped for the Heydler circuit, how- (Special To The Daily)
ever, with the Cubs, Cardinals and While the Wisconsin track squad
Pirates ready to step into the as a whole will receive its first out-a
breach if the Giants falter for: door test in the state intercol-
long. legiate meet at Camp Randall next
. A duel of left handers was in Saturday, April 20, two of the
prospect in Cleveland as the De- Badgers already have had a taste
troit Tigers under Bucky Harris of open air competition this spring.
start. the Anerican league season. Capt. Phil Larson, sprinter and
Whitehill, the Detroit ace, was slat- broad jumper and Sammy Behr,
ed to be on the mound for the Tigers shot putter, entered two southern
with Shaute toiling for the In- meets a few weeks ago. Capt. Lar-;
dians. . son turned in a leap of 24 ft, for3
Ted Lyons or Thomas probably second place in the broad jump atf
will be on the job for Chicago's the Southern Methodist university
invasion of St. Louis with Sammy games in Dallas, Tex., while Behrj
Grey or Crowder on the peak for won the shot put at this meet andI
the Browns. Big Ed Morris, the also placed first in the University1
burly speed ball artist, was to be of Texas relays at Austin.t
the Red Sox's hope against the Larson, a Madison boy, appearst
world champion Yanks in the Yan- to be in for a great season in the
kee stadium today with Waite Hoyt jbroad jump. He has bettered 24#
as Huggins' nomination. ft, in practice and may turn in at
Washington was in turmoil with surprising mark in the coming
a special session of congress con- Badger state meet, in competition
vening and the big league season with the best jumpers from Mar-
opening. A reading of the presi- quette University, and Ripon, Be-
dential message was to see Lefty loit, Lawrence, and Carroll colleges.
Grove pitching for the Athletics Larson also is capable of fast time
against Hadley for the Senators in the dashes. He trailed Jack El-
who start under the direction of der, Notre Dame's Olympic sprin-
Walter Johnson. ter, by no more than five inches.

Hunter, whose play has been
the highlight of top notch ten-
nis for years have entered the
international championships to
be held in Holland, June 9-16,
it has been announced.
Many baseball enthusiasts are
wondering how the experts give
the Giants the edge over the Cubs
in the pre-season pennant specu-
lation. To many it seems folly to
think that- the powerful Wrigleyl
owned outfit should be considered
for any other berth but the top.
With four potential .415 slug-
gers in the - lineup, a team
. strong defensively and with a
pitching staff that ranks with
the best the Chicagoans are
nothing if not confident of the
season's outcome.
Riggs Stephenson, Hack Wilson,
and Kiki Cuyler, to say nothing of
Rogers Hornsby all will wield the'
stick in the behalf of Manager Mc-
Carthy this year. A pitching staff
led by such capable young men as
Charley Root, Sheriff Blake, and
Carlson, Nehf, Bush, and Malone
should seem pretty good insurance!
to the leads that the Chicago bats-
men should invariably pile up.
* * * -
The Cub pilot has had the!
tremendous advantage over
most of the other big time
pilots in that he has had to do
plActically no experimental
work during the training sea-
son. The same potential outfit
that the Chicagoans finished

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