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TnMSD.AV, APRIY 25, 1929

THE MI HIGCAN Atll-

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TRACKMNEAVERj DIAMON
D RELYSAODAu A weekof big league b
0 AK HIA 1having been concluded, the namnes
(Continued From Page 6) of several rookies stand out as hav-
mour in the 440, Lomont in the 8$0, ing shown exceptional ability in
Benson in the three quarters mile, the early games of the season. The
and Monroe in the final mile. In- American League boasts of more
diana and Chicago, which took sec- star newcomers than does the Na-
ond and third at the Kansas meet tional circuit, but of course more
and each of which chalkednupsev- 1maydevelopinto stars in the
eral victories ini southern meets, course of time.
are expected to provide the closest) The western clubs of the Amer-
competition for the Wolverines. ican League have blossomed out
Dashmen Appear In Relay with more new stars than have the
For the first time in severalyears, eastern clubs. Boston has a good
Michigan will enter a quartet of mran in Jerry Standaert, Who has
dashmen in the 880 yard relay. To- also seen service in the Ntional
Ian, Grodsky, Murray, and Tarbill League.nDurocher of New York
Will run in this event against the ? and Haas of Philadelphia are also
strong Illinois, Chicago, and Kansas playing regularly, but both of them
teams. played some last year.
A relay team composed of Tar-
bill, Dale and Dalton Seymour, and Cleveland leads the western clubs
Freese, which took third in the in teatter of promisngcnew
Conference indoor meet, will enter 'comers. Earl Averill, the Trfbe's
the mule event. Several of the Big new center fielder, is the sensation
Te. rschools have enteredformid- of the league to date, having batted
able. quartets, while Missouri and over .400 and fielded sensationally
other Big Six colleges are also) Two of his hits were home runs.
rated highly in this relay. Ik Porter, the Indan's other
Four of the six Wolverine indi- new gardener, has also played well.
vidual entrants will compete in the'Wes Ferrell has done exceptional
field events at Des Moines. Cap- j!work on the mound, going into the
tain Wilfred Ketz, Conference ham- game as a relief pitcher on three
nfer throw champion, is favored to different occasions and stopping
annex a first for the Maize and the other team dead each time.
Blue in thisspecialty on the basis,
of past performances, while Wil~ Detroit also boasts of several
Hams, another veteran, is also given b
a good chance to finish among the buding stars in Alxande,
leaders. Alexander, at present, looks to
Broad Jump Field Strong be the best of the three, al-
Dick Chapman, veteran broad though the others have not
jumper, will compete against more had the same chance to display
strong competition in this event. their wares as the former To-
Besides Portmess of Illinois and
Simon of Northwestern, both of
whom have done over 23 feet in Golfers Complete
previous meets, the Wolverines Qualiying Rounds
will face several good entrants ._____
from western.. schools..
Tolan May Place ling to get in under the wire was
Eddie Tolan, sophomore sprintCalhoun, who shot' a 149. These1
star, will compete in the 100 yard 'men will meet the first four of the
dash against the same field to Varsity players this afternoon in a1
which he ran third at Kansas, in- match at the Ann Arbor Country
cluding Elder of Notre Dame, who Club, while the next three Va.rsity
ft-ok first last Saturday in 9.8 sec- men will play a threesome matc1r- I
ands, and Wilcox of Kansas, second Coach Trueblood announced las'
place winner. Bracey, Rice Insti- night that any golfers who can
tute star, will further complicate shoot better scores over the Ann1
the dope in this event. Arbor layout than the last four'
Varsity men could challenge these
New York.-George Lott, ranked players, and if the challengers win;
number three in the national the match could take their oppa-
standings, will probably be chosen nents place on the squad. The
to play in two singles and a freshmen also will have this oppolr-
doubles match in the American, tunity.
zone Davis cup trials. 0--0
All candidates for freshman I
Chicago. - Because the Black- ( tennis will report at 4 o'clock I
hawks refuse to play in his new ! this afternoon at the Varsity I
indoor stadium, Paddy Harmon courts, or in case of rain at the I
may be compelled to organize a Intramural Building. I
new hockey circuit in opposition to 11Derwin Algyer.f
the' .National League. o0-o
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D POINTS
I ronto first sacker has had.Prfad-.
homme, although he failed to
deliver in his only chance thus
far, has promise of becoming a
good twirler for Bicky Harris'
crew.

I'TIGERS OPEN HOME SEASON WITH
VICTORY OVER CLEVELAND, 7-6
Opening the home season with Philadelphia 9 and 2, while 'the
victory over Cleveland, the Detroit Dodgers took down Boston 5 and 3.
Tigers came through in the secondl

inning to garner five runs with the
aid of a brace of hits, a walk, and
an error on the part of Luke Sewell
who slipped on the wet grass while
fielding a bunt while two other
runs and a homer by Heilmann in

AMERICAN LEAGUE
R H E
Detroit ......051 001 01x- 7 13 2
Cleveland :..000 320 001- 6 14 2
Miljus, Holloway, and L. Sewell;
Sorrell, Stoner, and Phillips.
R H E
New York ... .001 120 023- 9 16 2
Boston ......010 020 00x- 3 6 1
Hoyt and Grabowski; Ruffing and
Philips.

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NOTICE-We have a large selection
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WE ARE taking the contracts now
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Reducedprices for large order.
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The Chicago White Sox have sec- the 'sixth gave the -home team a
ond baseman Andy Kerr for their total of seven runs, one more than
nominee among the early season ! the Indians.
stars. The ex-Pacific Coast leaguer I Sorrell and Stoner occupied the
has been playing a bang-up game mound for the Tigers with the red
for the Sox. Watwood, in left, al- headed twirler starting activities.
so looks fairly good. Miljus was relieved by Holloway of
j last year's Tiger outfit.
The St. Louis Browns have New York defeated Boston, 9 and
failed to uncover any sensa- 3. The Yanks collected 16 hits and
tional youngsters, but have wound up the ninth with three tal-
several fairly good performers lies. In the other American league
in Jenkins, Dondero, and Cobb. encounter the Athletics took down
Young Cobb may develop into a the Senators, 9 and 4. The Phila-
smart pitcher in time. delphia outfit had a good fourth
inning and a homer by Fox helped
Gelbert comes to the St. Louis in collecting four tallies in that
Cardinals as a highly touted short- stanza. St. Louis and Chicago were
stop and has, thus far, lived up to rained out of their contest.
his reputation. He has successsful- In the National League Cincin-I
ly plugged up the gap left by the nati and St. Louis were rained out
departure of Rabbit Maranville. while Chicago and Pittsburgh went
to a 12 inning game with neither
Johnny Fredericks, a slugging having the advantage leaving the
ii - count at 4 all. The Giants beat,

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Washington ..002 000 110- 4 1
Philadelphia .000 423 00x- 9 1
Marberry and Tate; Earns
and Cochrane.
St. Louis and Chicago-Rain.

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Dodger's contribution to the list
of promising rookies. His bat-
ting has featured the early
games of the Flatbush club.
Peel of the Phillies also looks

Gridmen Scheduled
To Scrimmage Today

good to stick. (Continued From Page 6)
"Ducky" Simrall may prove fit
to handle both the passing and the
Practically the only other young- signal calling job according to
ster with rare promise in the older Coach WJeman, but the tackle ques-
circuit is Swetonic of the Pirates. tion is going to be a difficult one.
The task of finding two linesmen
forthe tackle job probably will not
STARS WIN INTRAMURAL ' be solved until sometime next fall
VOLLEY BALL TOURNEY when the coaches will be certain of
the material they will be able to
Final matches in the volley ball depend on forthe positions.
Kicking and passing occupied
tournament were played off in the the warming up session before the
intrarhural building yesterday, and blocking and tackling drill yes-
the results of the season's play de- terday. For the main part of the
cided the Stars to be the chain- workout, however, the squad was
pions. As this team has cinched split into two sections. The ball
the title before the final round, carrier protected by two blockers
ran in wide end run formation with
they forfeited their last match to two would-be tacklers in pursuit.
the Engineers. t The blocking was good .and bad at
Results of the other last round times, but for the most part the
matches played yesterday were as men were blocking fairly well.
follows: Scientists forfeited to Lin- -
guists, -Engineers defeated LinI Milwaukee.-King Tut, Milwau-
gusts, 3-0. kee lightweight, won a newspaper
The standings of the teams atI decision over Jimmy Goodrich of
the end of the tournament: IlBuffalo in a fast 10 round bout
W. L. Monday night.
Stars............ 5 1 __________________
Engineers...........4 2.
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
R H E
Philadelphia .001 001 000- 2 8 1
N4ew Yrork .... 200 521 10x- 9 13 1
Sweetland and Lerian; Hubbell
and O'Farrell.
R H IE
Boston......200 000.000- 3 7 3
Brooklyn ....010 022 00x- 5 10 0
Brandt and Spohrer; Elliott and
Henline.
R H E
Chicago.......000 100 210- 4 0 0
Pittsburgh ...004 000 000- 4 0 0
Root and Tngley; Grimes and
Hargreaves.
Cincinnati and St. Louis-Rain.
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NOTICE - Home Laundry - So.
water used exclusively; called foi
and delivered. Superior Home
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NOTICE-Costumes for the Archi-
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