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1T'HE MICHIGA-N DAItY

SATURDAY, APR~IL 2'?, "1929 '

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MANY TEAMS

COMPETE AT

ANNUAL

DRAKE

RELAYS

W STS TAC K ST ABS. Tennis Squad Will Engage Wildcats Today At Et
TO ASSAULT RECORD LEADS MICHIGAN SCRIMMAGE HELD FTYEARLING NINE
Illinois Half Mile And Four Mile IN DRAKE EVENT IN GRID PRACTICE SHOWS PROMISE
elay Quprtets a vored To In nimprntii ngthe hard intein1 1TFM game with the Varsity reserves Ili ii

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BRACEY TO MEET ELDER
Des Moines will be a mecca for
athletes from the Middle West and
Southwest today when teams from
more than a score of universities
will vie for honors at the twentieth
annual Drake relays. Not all the
track talent in the West will par-
ticipate at the Drake meet, how-
eVer, as the Penn relays at Phil-
adelphia have attracted some of the
star performers. Preliminaries in
Most events were held yesterday.
Michigan, Northwestern, Illinois,
Iowa, Chicago, and Minnesota are
the Conference schools sending
representatives to Drake, while
Ohio State, Purdue, Indiana, and
Wisconsin will compete at Penn.
The other entries include Texas,
Notre Dame, Kansas, Nebraska,
Missouri, Butler, Rice, Iowa State,
and Kansas State.
Competition in the relay races is
expected to be especially interest-
ing, with most of the teams that
ran in the Kansas relays entered.
The Illini combination of White,
Orlovich, Stine, and Bunning is
favored In the four mile event. Ne-
braska, Butler, and Kansas are
other strong entries.
Illini Favored In Half Mile
The mile relay has attracted a
fast field. Dale and Dalton Sey-
mour, Freese, and Tarbill will carry
the baton for Michigan in this
event, while Baird, Stevenson,
Stamats, and Ferguson are listed to
start for Iowa. Gorby and Rut
Walter are included on Northwest-
ern's mile quartet.
Illini sprinters are favored again
in the half mile relay, with Timm,
Burkhart, Paterson, and Cave com-
posing the team. Michigan has en-
tered Tolan, Grodsky, Murray, and
Tarbill while Kansas, Iowa, and
Nebraska are other fast teams.
Maroons Lead In Two Mile
The two mile relay will find Chi-
cago the favorite, although North-
western and Missouri have strong
quartets. A special 480 yard shuttle
hurdle race should be a battle be-*
tween the Iowa and Illidiis timber
toppers.
Headlining the individual events
will be the 100 yard dash with
Claude Bracey, the Rice flyer who
has been the sensation of the
spring, favored over a strong field.
Jack Elder of Notre Dame, defend-
ing title holder, Eddie Tolan of
Michigan, and Wilcox of Kansas
are those expected to press Bracey.
A resumption of their rivalry will
mark the pole vault, where Tom
Warne of Northwestern and George
Otterness of Minnesota will at-
tempt to settle the grudge that
ended in a tie at Kansas. Canby
of Iowa, Hess of Minnesota, Mc-
Dermott and Harper of Illinois are)
possible dark horses.
Captain Ketz of Michigan is
favored in the hammer throw. Dart
of Northwestern appears to be his
chief rival. The discus throw finds
Beattie of Colorado Aggies a favo-
rite, although Johnson of Minne-
sota and Baldwin of Texas may
surprise. Bevan of Emporia Teach-
ers is a likely winner in the javelin.
A'trio of good broad jumpers will
leap it out for honors. Portmess
of Northwestern captured first at
Kansas, but Gordon of Iowa and
Simon of Illinois are capable per-
formers, while Thomson of Nebras-
ka is a possibility.
Forwald and Roberts of Iowa and
White of Kansas State Normal ap-
pear to be the best of the field in
the shot put. Baldwin of Texas
and Poorman of Michigan will
make a bid for honors. Carr of Il-
linois and Howe of Texas are prob-
able place winners in the high
jump.
Iowa and Illinois may monopolize
the 120 yard hurdle event. Sent-
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London Man
Gives Cool Tip
Smokers Here
London, England
30th December, 1927
Larus & Bro. Co.,
Richmond, Va.,
U. S.A.
Gentlemen:
As my Christmas present I pur-
chased for myself a pound of your to-
bacco (Edgeworth) in '% lb. flat tins.
This morning on the tram I met a man
with whom I am only slightly acquaint-
ed, and filling my pipe produced :lour
tin, at which he exclaimed: "I am not a
pipe smoker, but occasionally I have a
try in that direction and I consider that
the tobacco in your hand is the finest
made."
I am in entire agreement with his
statement.

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Veteran Holds Champions To
Safeties And Is Victor
In 5_t_ C ame

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INDIA N UPSET TIGERS dur
end
John Picus Quinn, the aged Ath- lon
; letic pitcher, hurled back the New pun
York Yankees yesterday with six for]
hits while his mates clubbed their T
way to a 5-to-2 victory. clud
Pennock, Moore and Johnson were an
needed to still the bats of the vic- by
tors who grouped 11 hits to score a ins)
run in five separate innings. The kick
W Athletics thereby retained their the
Wilford Ketz hold on first place since the St. ing
Michigan's track captain who is Louis Browns despite a victory over out
leading a contingent of 15 Wol- the Chicago White Sox slid back A
verine entries in the annual Drake l into second place. Jor
Relays at Des Moines, Iowa. Ketz Six runs in the last inning ruined pun
holds the Big Ten mark in the ham- the hopes of the Tigers to win yes- fro.
mer throw and will compete in that terday, losing to the Cleveland 'pre
event today. (Indians, 11 to 5. Boston and vela
Washington turned in a close duel, The
Fogr Big Tee tines 1the Red Sox winning, 2 tod1. to
The Boston Braves reached the
Are Scheduled Today top in the National league by up- Ch
setting the Giants, 4 to 2, while the act
Interest To Center Around Tilts Chicago Cubs earned the runner up
Involving Purdue And Indiana: position by sinking the Pirates, 9
Hawkeyes To Start Season to 6. Brooklyn nosed out the Phil-
lies, 6 to 7, and St. Louis trounced1
With the Wolverines playing out- the Cincinnati Reds, 9 to 2.
side the Big Ten today, the interest AMERICAN LEAGUE M(
in Conference baseball is focused RH 4Iw
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and the Indiana-Wisconsin games Detroit......010 201 001- 5 12 3 !Jfve
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only somewhat less intensely up- er, Prudhomme, and VgnGilder. m
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of the teams playing in today's Pitchers-Ogden, Coffman, Crow-
games still have a chance of rat- der; Faber, Connally.
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Wisconsin has played no games, Athletics-....110 101 10x- 5 11 0
Iowa only one, and Chicago two. Pitchers-Pennock, Moore, John-
Some indication of the strength son; Quinn.
of the Badgers should be gained
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Tuesday. Pitchers-Benge, McGraw; Mc-
Indiana has maintained a clean Weeney, Moss, Koupal.
slate so far this year by turningC R H E
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feating Chicago, 5 to 3. Russ Paugh, mer, Petty, French, Brame.
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damentals of the game, the
ing practice football squad fin-
ed up their drill last night with
other long scrimmage such as:
been in order during the past
vdays. While passing held the
br attention of the coaches
ring the afternoon, with the'
is and backs running down the
g heaves, Coach Veenke:: p it the
nters through a long . Al on
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his group of kickers, which in-;
ded Hudson, Draveling, Heston,
d Priest also were taken in hand
Coach Yost, who gave them an
ide look into just "how a good
,k should be made. He drilled
m in the proper form of punt-
and then had the players try
what they had learned.
tall, rangy freshman center,
dan, was passing the ball to the
nters, and from reports received
m Sioux Falls, where he played
p school football, he should de-
op into a first rate pivot man.
e linemen for next season appear
be exceptionally heavy.j
ittsburgh. - "Gabby" Hartnett,{
icago Cub catcher, is ready for
ion again..
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Varsity Meets Oakland Hills Club3
Today In First Meet Of Presentt
Season
LINEUP IS ANNOUNCED
Michigan's Varsity golf team will
play its first match of the seasoni
today over the Oakland Hillsj
course in Detroit against the home'
club team. This match with some
Detroit country club team has:
formed a regular part of the train-i
ing program of the Wolverine
teams in the past, and reports from
Oakland Hills state that their1
squad of mashie wielders is particu-
larly strong this year, and that they
look forward to giving the Univer-
sity men a good match.
Coach Trueblood announced the;
regular Varsity squad yesterday,
after a tie in the qualifying rounds
had left one place disputed by
three men. Captain Berglin and
Ahlstrom, both lettermen from last'
year, will occupy numbers one and
two positions, while Dave Ward is
slated for third. Livingston, Lewis,
Hoover, Hand, and Royston make
up the remainder of the squad
which will practice at Barton Hills.
At the Ann Arbor Country club
the rest of the men who qualified
for Varsity positions will work out.
This group includes Hobart, Becker,
Wenzel, and Whyte. From the
ranks of the freshmen golfers, four
men stand out as being the best
quartet which has been seen here!
for some time. Lenfesty, Hicks,
Howard, and Calhoun form a four-
man team which will give the Var-
(Continued On Page Seven)

practice yesterday afternoon. Mc-
Neal was on the mound for the
yearlings and succeeded in holding
the Varsity men fairly well.
Coach Jack Blott of the fresh-
man squad has discovere' eight
or nine men who show promise of
developing into good ball players.
His pitching staff is especially
pleasing, four men having been
found who are capable of hurling
fairly good ball. Crouch, former
Ypsilanti star, McNeal, who hails
from Lakewood, Ohio, Tompkins,
and Folger; are the hurlers who
have demonstrated their ability
to twirl winning ball. Crouch is
used in the outfield when he is not
hurling, as his batting is too val-
uable to sacrifice by making him
sit on the bench when not pitch-
mig.
Blott's best bet for the catching
position is Goldsmith, who has
shown that he is capable of hand-
ling the twirlers fairly well. Hud-
I son, at first, has developec into
one of the best hitters in the squad.
Two other slugging outfielders
have been found in McCormick and
Hazen, who with Crouch, form a
hard hitting trio of gardeners.

Wildcats Show Power In Blanking.
Loyola; Seek Revenge For Last
Year's Defeat
BARTON WILLMEET REIL
Coach Ray Courtwright's title
seeking Varsity tennis team will
step off its initial competition this
afternoon when the Wolverines
ieet Northwestern on the Evanston
courts. One of the strongest teams
to ever represent Michigan on the
courts will cross rackets with the
Wildcats this afternoon.
Northwestern's vengeance-bent
netmen will attempt to salve the
severe blow which the Wolves ad-
ministered to the Purple hopes in
last year's Big Ten opener on the
Ferry field courts. Taking four
singles matches and two of the
three doubles encounters Michigan
was at no time extended to win
over the Nethercot coached teamEby
a 6-3 score.
The Wildcats in their only court
test to date registered an nmpres-
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PENN MEET OPENS

PHILADELPHIA, April 26.-
ore than 3,300 athletes from
00 colleges and high schools
ere here today for tests of
peed and stamina at the Uni-
ersity of Pennsylvania's track
nd field carnival. The two-day
.eet has drawn entries from all
ections of the United States and
om Hawaii and Canada..

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games, will probably be used against
the Badgers who are likely to have
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