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April 19, 1929 - Image 6

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Michigan Entries Will Be Facing
'tiff Competition; Dash Stars
To Confront Eddie Tolan'
Six Michigan trackmen, accom-
panied by Coach Hoyt, left yester.-
day afternoon for Lawrence, Kans.,
where the Wolverines will compete
in the seventh annual Kansas Re-
lays Saturday. Two individual stars
and a medley relay quartet com-
prise the second Maize and Blue
team to enter the outdoor, car-.
According to advance reports in-
dicating that a strong field, with
most of the Big Ten and many
southern colleges represented, will
take part in the meet.. The Wol-
verine entrants will receive their
hardest competition of the year.
Rasmus Looms In Discus
Eddie' Tolan, star sophomore
sprinter, will have his Conference
rival, Simpson of Ohio, Timm of,
Illinois, and Root of Chicago, to
contend with in the 100 yard dash,
while Bracey of Rice Institute of,
Texas and Jack Elder of Nctre
Dame, two of the foremost dash
men in collegiate ranks, will also
run against the Wolverine in his
first outdoor appearance of the
Brooks, who has been hampered
by lack of weather suitable for3
outdoor practice, will also run up{
against a strong field in the discusf
throw. Rasmus of Ohio, who has
a mark of over 150 feet made in a
southernr, meet, is entered, as well
as several Big Six weight-men.
Brooks has done over 140 feet in
indoor practice, and is expected to
show better in outdoor competition.
Relay Team Is Entered
Dalton, Seymour, Lomont, Ben-
son; and Monroe, will compose the
first Wolverine medley relay team
ever entered in a Xneet. The quar-
tet will enter the two and one half
mile event, Dalton Seymour carry-
ing the baton in the 440 yards, Lo-
mont taking the half mile assign-
ment, Benson running the threet
fourths mile, and Monroe the finalI
Chicago, which won the medleyI
at the Illinois relays and at severalI
of the southern meets, will enter aI
team in this event, as will Indiana]
and Ohio, both of which have
strong quartets.t


Cold weather greeted conference
~baseball. teams in their Big Ten SO
hopes are high for more favorable
weather conditions in the coming John D. Hertz, owner of Reigh Percy Williams, of Montreal, Varsity Shows Reversal Of Form;
games. Five games are scheduled Count, winner of the Kentucky equalled the world's record of Kubicek Is Spiked But Will
for the weekend with Ohio meet- Derby, has put forth a reason for :05 1-5 seconds for the 50-yard Be Ready For Hawkeyes
ing Indiana in the second of the the poor showing of his 3-year-old dash in winning the final in the
two games series with the Hoosiers on the English turf. He explained Montreal Amateur Athletic Asso- WORK IN FIELD IS GOOD
at Bloomington on Friday. that the type of shoes used by the ciation meet. He had previously
In the other games Northwestern Derby winner were not suited for equalled the Canadian indoor rec-
meets Illinois at Urbana in an at- iracing on the English turf. ord of :05 3-5 in his qualifying Lack of hitting was the chief
tempt to break into the conference heat. fault that could be found with the l
win column with defeats at the Miss Ilelen Wills, tennis Wolverine baseball team in its first
hands of Purdue and Michigan al- champion arrived in New York Jack Dempsey has started home appearance of the season
ready chalked up on the Evanston previous to sailing for England training in a New York gym, against Northwestern Wednesday.
card. Chicago meets Indiana, Ohio with her 25 tennis racquets and lending support to O% belief Although the Michigan players on-
State journeys to Purdue, and Iowa 40 of her drawings. When not that he is contemplatirn' a re- .ly garnered four hits off the de-I
meets Coach Fisher's champion engaged in tournament play on turn to the squared ring this !livery of Panosh, Wildcat hurler,
Michigan nine. the European courts Miss Wills fall. the opposition were kind enough to'
Prospects for a sure fire selection will give what artists call "a contribute six misplays which,
of the winner of 1929 seem all in one man show" in a Bond ,2° figured in the scoring of four runs.
the' fog at the present writing. If street gallery. It will be her Big Ten Baseball Coach Ray Fisher was well satis-1
there is 'such a thing it probably debut as an art exhibitor in -- fied with the playing of the Wol-
would be Michigan. Boastingf Europe. W L Pct. verines in the field. Only one error'
much the same veteran team Michigan 1 0 1.000 was committed by the Varsity,
which spreadeagled the field In Max Klub, Toledo bowler, be-' Indiana ..........1 0 1.000 f Weintraub allowing Waniata'sl
such a spectacular manner last lieves he holds a world's high score I Illinois...........1 0 1.000 grounder to roll between his legs in'
year the Wolverines would appear for three games. His first game Purdue ............1 0 1.000 the eighth inning, letting in the
the favorites. Asbeck and McAfee was a perfect 300 while the other (jOhio State.......0 1 .000 only Purple tally. Considering the
are easily in the class with the best two followed with scores of 244, Iowa ...............0 1 .000 cold weather, the playing of thej
of the conference hurlers.,! and 256 making a grand total of Northwestern .. ..0 2 .000 'Michigan nine was encouraging 1
However baseball, dubbed the 800. Klug scored 20 consecutive Minnesota .........0 0 .000 with the single exception of the
hardest of sports to nrophesy is strikes in his first and second! Chicago........ 0 0 .000 good game, limiting the Wildcats
certainly uncertain and the prob- games. Wisconsin ..........0 0 .000 batting. Fred .Asbeck pitched a
ability of picking a winner at this -;good game, limiting the Wildcats
stage appears foolhardy. Illinois, Now that the fistic trail is FRIDAY to four hits.
a strong defensive team, with a definitely barred to him, Paul Louis Kubicek was spiked in the
good moundman in Andrews should Berlenbach is going back to his Ohio State at Indiana. knee sliding into base, but is ex-
power and probably will finish close first love-wrestling. The for- !pected to be available for the Iowa
to the top. mer light heavyweight boxing'j' SATURDAY game Saturday. Louis Weintraub
Indiana with the hard hitting champion, who smashed his is also nursing an injured leg. Yes-
Harrell available, boasting a clean way to the top of the division Ohio State at Purdue. terday's drill was devoted to a light
cut victory over Ohio, is also count- and back again to the prelim- Iowa at Michigan. batting and fielding practice. My-
ed on as a contender and will be inaries in 44 bouts, hopes to Chicago at Indiana. ron and Straub each lined out sev-
watched. gain a license as a professional Northwestern at Illinois. eral lusty clouts.!
wrestler. o o (Continued On Page 7)
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Tiger Grapplers To Be First .:]oe
For Maize And Blue Team
In 1929-30 Season
Not only is the footballteam;
scheduled to meet Princeton Uni-
verstiy, but Coach Cliff Keen of the
Wolverine wrestlers announced yes-
terday that a match has been ar-
ranged between his men and the
Tiger grapplers. This match will
open the 1929,-30 season and will
be run off at Princeton. This will
be the first time that a Michigan
wrestling team has gone to the mat
against the Orange and Black.
Although little is known .ofhe
Princeton prospects for next year,
Coach Keen stated that they usual-
ly have a first rate team, and are
always up in the running for the
eastern intercollegiate title, often
winning that championship.

Grover Cleveland Alexander
Veteran of many big league cam-
paigns who got away to a good'
start by. pitching. the St. Louis
Cardinals to a 5-to-2 victory over
Cincinnati in the National league
opener. Alex held the Reds to five




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In spite of the heavy wind blow-
ing across south Ferry Field, the
yearling diamond candidates were
able to hold a five inning practice,
game yesterday afternoon in prep-
aration for their tilt with the reg-
ulars next week.
Crouch and Travers, pitching for
the Reds were able to hold. the
Blues to a few scattered hits, hav-
ing good support in the field. The
Reds on the other hand were able
to, bunch their hits well off the
Blue pitchers, Rickets and Sidman
scoring four runs in the first in-
ning and two in their half of the

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