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A ~NTiAY, APTUL 21, Y~2~

igersLose ToSt. Louis, 9 To 4; Drop

To Basement

EIGHTH INNING RALLY GIVES BR0WNS
VICTORY; ONLYFOUR GAMES ARE PLAYED

GAME WITH IOWA
CANCELLED-RAIN

Boston Defeats Washington To
Gain Seventh Place At Expense
Of I arrismen
DODGERS BEAT BROOKLYN
Yesterday afternoon's activities
on the major league baseball fields
found only two contests in each
circuit. Rain seemed to be the rule
all along the line with a couple of
clear spots on the continent where
ball games were staged.
in the American League Detroit
was defeated by St. Louis in the
first game of their series at the
Missouri city, 9 to 4, dropping to last
place in the standings. Gray went
the full route for the. Browns. The
Tiger's three errors did not help
matters in the least. At the mid-
die of the eighth the count stood
tied at four all, but the next half
found St. Louis with five rins to*
the good. Vangilder replaced Ston-
er in this inning.
In the other contest in the.Amer-
ican League Boston took the count.
over Washington,6 and 5 At the
end of the eighth the score stood
with four runs apiece, but the Reds
scored two in the last stanza while
the Senators eked out a lone run.
In the National circuit Brooklyn
dropped its fourth straight game,#
losing to Philadelphia, 5 to 2. The
Dodgers garnered 12 hits off Sweet-
land while Philadelphia took 11
from Clark's delivery. A second in-
ning rally accounted for three runs
for Philadelphia and a couple of
more in the seventh gave them an
advantage that Brooklyn could not
overcome.
In a close game that was not de-
cided until the final iniing the
Pirates took a 5 to 4 victory from
the Cincinnati Reds. Grimes went
the, route for the Pirates while
ixey did likewise for the Reds.
Yesterday's results:
AMERICAN LAGUE

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Ame'rican League

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St. Louis........5 4
Cleveland........4 3
Phila'delphia .....3 2
Washington .......4 1
Chicago ..........4 1
Boston ...........3 1
Detroit.........5 1
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Tilt With Hawkeyes Dropped From
Schedule; 10 More Big Ten
Games To Be Played
Continuous rain from Friday
night until late game time yester-
day afternoon caused the cancel-
lation of the scheduledgame be-
tween Iowa and Michigan. The,
return tilt with Iowa will be played'
Friday, May 24, at Iowa City.
The dropping of yesterday's game
from the schedule leaves the Wol-
verines with but nine Conference
games yet to be played this sea-

T ENNIS
Saturday-Northwestern,

SPORTS OF THE WEEK
BASEBALL
Friday-Syracuse, there.
Saturday--Syracuse, there.
TRACK
Saturday-Drake Relays at
Des Moines.

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FRATERlNITY BASEBALL'
TO CONTINUE MO'JDAY'

s .G W L Pct. son. Had the return game with Fourteen Games Scheduled
I Boston,..........3 3 0 1.000 Iowa been scheduled for Saturday Played In Fraternity S
I New York .........,2 2 0 1.000 i there would have been the pos- Bali League
St. Louis ..........4 3 1 .7501( sibility of playing off a double
Pittsbug........4 2 1 60 header but the fact that the game REAL BATTLES PRED
I Philadelphia .....3.1 2 .333 is scheduled for Friday with an-
C Cincinnati ........5 1 4 .200 other contest Saturday precludes Fraternity baseball will
I Brooklyn .........4 0 4 .000 ( this possibility. sumed Monday afternoon
o--- 0 Minnesota, originally scheduled games scheduled to be player
SALO MAKES BID FOR to meet Coach Fisher's charges on good teams are often de
Thursday, was forced to call off i among the various fraternit
LEAD IN BUNION DERBY this game with Michigan because real battles are in prospec
of the conflict with her training games tomorrow afternoo
(By Asciated Press) session dates. This other depart- scheduled to begin at 3:15
BRAZIL, Ind., April 20.-Johnny ure from Michigan's scheme of but a greater majority will
Salo's threat to grab second place things leaves the Wolves with aider way at 4:15 and 5:15.'
in the bunion derby was the center much shorter chance at the Big row's schedule is as follows:
of attraction in the 34-mile run of, ten bunting. Fortified with the 1,3:15:
C. C. Pyle's transcontinental foot strongest hurling staff of any Con- P Ti v Beta Theta Pi
State Normal College pointed out ference team, the longest schedule tau vs.
racers to Marshall, Ill. The Pas- i possible would have worked to the Delta Rho
saic, N. J., policeman has won four. percentage advantage of the Wol- 4:15:
consecutive laps. verines.Z .
a 1 Phi Kappa Tau vs. Sigma
Phi Kappa Psi vs. Zeta Be
4 P ORTS B RI EFS Sigma Pi 'vs. Sigma Delta
Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs. Pi
S da Phi

To Be
Soft
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be re-I
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get un-
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Corriden, Kubicek, Weintraub, Anid
'Pitchers Are Counted Upon IU L 1 THIS YLLI
For flitting Power__
Trackmen To Enter Drake Aid
Developing sufficient hitting Penn Relays Saturday; Netmein
strength, the present problem of 1 Play At M u nlc i e. 7
Coach Ray Fisher, may be partly
solved bydthe Syracuse series next NINE TO MEET BADERS
'week end. After batting well for'___
the final four games of the south- (seca TThd )
the platecagainst Northwester
ern trip, the Wolverines slumped BLOOMINGTON Ind., April 20.-
at the plate against Northwestern.i Although three Indiana university
Only four safeties were registered teams will see action this week, on-
at the expense of Panosh, Wid~ly one will play at home. Coach
cat hurler. The players failed to Everett S. Dean's 1929 baseball
hit with sufficient vigor to warrant squad will meet the University of
becoming overly optimistic, al- Wisconsin on Jordan field Satur-
though the fielding and pitching day afternoon. The Crimson track-
was a redeeming feature. men will enter two of the greatest
Captain Corriden is expected to meets of the season on the same
'furnish some of the desired offen- day, the Drake relays at Des Moines
bsive power when the season gets and the Penn relays, at Philadel-
under way. Straub andNebelung, phia. Coach E. C. Hayes has not
the other outfielders, may also be yet decided about the division of
counted on to put some punch in his squad. The tennis team will
the Michigan attack play at Muncie Wednesday.
Kubicek will be an important as-I Dean's charges will start the
set in the cleanup position if he week off by clashing with DePauw
again shows the ability with -the at Greencastle Tuesday. Many of
stick that he displayed against the I the sophomore candidates for team
southern opposition. McCoy and positions probably will be used in
Captain Don Corriden Weintraub should be valuable if this game. The veteran staff will
they retain their last year's form.be seen in action against the Badg-
Michigan's two star hurlers, As ers later in the week.
PURDUE NINE TO PLAY becan M fe ar bhr er- Sophomores To Pitch
SERIES WITH CHI CAOO us htd McAfee wil b ith dynge- At Greencastle, Dean probably
ous hitters. McAfee will 1141y be will start either Mankowski, bf De-
used in the outfield to add batting troit, or 'eller, of Linton, on the
(Special To The Daily) strength when he is not hurling, mound. Both of these men were
LAFAYETTE, Ind., April 20.-Atmon.Btofhee enwr
.,stars on the freshman team. Vel-
the halfway mark in the season's Mandell To Defend ler, who captained the yearlings
schedule, Purdue's baseball nine, ,last year, plays either in left field
which gives promise of developing Lightweigi t Crown 'or on the mound. Both of these
into one of the best fielding com-h
bihations in the Big Ten, will meet (By Associated Press) the Hoosier's training camp.
Chicago during the coming week in CHICAGO, April 20.-Promoter Many sophomore finds on the
a pair of games that will mark the Jim Mullen said today he had re- Wisconsin squad have been showing
start of six conference tilts sched- ceived signed contracts from Sam-. up well in practices at the Badger
uled within two weeks. The two my Mandell calling for the light- camp this week. Morry Farber,
game series this week will be start- weight champion to meet the win- hurler, has been striking out many
ed Wednesday when the Boiler- ner of the Jack Berg-Phil McGraw of Wisconsin's veteran opponents.
makers journey to the Windy City. match, April 30. j (Continued On Page 7)

Detroit......102 000
St. Louis ...012 0101
Stoner, Vangilder,
Gray and Schang.

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Boston.......011 000 022- 6
Washington ..000 020 201- 5

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Russell, Ruffing, and Asjurson;
Jones, Bruke, and Tate.
Chicago-Cleveland-Rain.
Philadelphia-New York-Rain.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
R.-H. E.
Brooklyn .....110 000 000- 2 12 0
Philadelphia 030 000 20x- 5 11 0
-- Clark and Deberry; Sweetland
and Davis.
Pittsburgh . .002 020 001- 5 11 4
Cincinnati .. .000 100 012- 4 9, 3
Grimes and Hargreaves; Rixey
and Dixon.
Other games-Rain.
Boston University.-By a new
ruling of the Athletic Council dif-
ferent captains will be appointed
before each Athletic event instead
of having one captain take charge.
throughout the season. By this
means the Council hopes to abolish
"fraternity politics, favoritism and
jealousy."
OPTICAL
DEPARTMENT
Lenses and Frames made
To Order
Optical Prescrip bons
Filled
HALLERS
State St. Jewelers

Johnny Miles, the diminutive !
Nova Scotia youth, won the Boston
A. A. marathon in the record-
breaking time of 2:33:08 4-5 on
Friday. Karl Koski followed ther
Canadian by four seconds while the
veteran Clareitce Demar, six-times
winner of the race, had to' be con-
tent with ninth place when his legs
f ailed him.
k Forest Twogood, basketballI
captain and star pitcher, and
Clayton Thompson, baseball
captain and veteran catcher,
have been awarded scholar-
ships at Iowa for proficiency in
scholarship and athletics:
Although they committed seven
errors, Purdue's baseball team sub-
dued Terre Haute Normal, 12-1 in!
a game, gathering 11 hits. Mc-1
Reynolds and Quinley held the
Normal team to three safeties. The
Boilermaker tennis squad van-
quished Butler, 4-3, in a closely
contested match.
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Polo is developing into an
important sport at Ohio State
under the tutelage of Lieut. J.
P. Eckert. Games have been
scheduled this spring with
teams from Detroit, Columbus,
Toledo, and Cincinnati.
Catterton and Greenwood have
shown the best form in qualifying
rounds for the Indiana golf team,
the latter scoring 76 over the coun-
try club course. R. Talbot, P. Tal-
bot, Stauffer and Messick are other
players seeking places on Coach
Hap Miller's squad. The first match
is scheduled for May I against Ohio
State.
A. B. Scott, 1928 Olympic
team member, has been chosen
captain of the 1929 Indiana
wrestling team. He 'competes in
the 175 ound division .Eakins

Pi Kappa Phi vs. Alpha Sigma Phi
15:15-:
Alpha Tau Omega vs. Chi Phi
Chi Psi vs. Delta Phi
Lambda Chi Alpha vs. Phi Delta
Theta0.
Alpha Omega vs. Alpha Phi Delta
Hermitage vs. Phi Alpha Delta
Phi Lambda Kappa' vs. Theta
Kappa Psi'
The Intramural department !s
anxious to have more teams enter
the Independent soft ball league
Anyone who so desires can organ- 1
ize a team and enter it in this
League. The class hard ball league
is scheduled to start its season on
Monday, April 29.
Another feature of tomorrow's
intramural program is the semi-
finals in the Hillel handball tour-
nament. Tomorrow's matches bring
together Gorelick and Glasier in
one match and Axinn and Seligson
in the other. The winners will
mt n'h thr nT d~Prn lr~

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