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t; RAf~fbAV, A~kIl 27,. 1929

. THE MICHIGAN DA TLV

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HARD TITSCONFRONT
HAYKEYE BLLTEAM''
Iowa Diamond Squad Will Battle
Northwestern Club Today
At Evanston-
ILLINI ON CARD MONDAY
(Spc~ial To The Daily)
IOWA CITY, April 26.-Still notl
well launched in the Western con-
ference race after losing a 10 inning'
game to Illinois and being rained
out at Michigan, the University of
Iowa's baseball team is ready for an
important road trip today ands
Monday.
Northwestern's surprising team,
conqueror of Illinois, will be played
at Evanston today. Then the Hawk-.
eyes will transfer to Urbana tj
battle the Illini in a return game.
A 3 to 1 defeat was the result of
the first meeting with the Illinois
nine..,
Twogood Looks Good
As makers of hits and stealers of
bases, the Old Gold athletes per-I
formed in championship style when
they defeated Notre Dame, 13 to 7,
Monday. Swinging bludgeons with
gusto, Coach Otto Vogel's men
amassed 11 hits. Ten stolen bases
contributed to the scoring of 13
runs. It was the worst beating ever
handed to a Notre Dame ball team,
by an Iowa nine.
Superb form was displayed in the
pitcher's box by Forrest F. Two-
good, the senior left-hander. Called
to the relief of Mace Brown in the
fourth inning, 'ITwogood allowed
only two- scratch hits during the
balance of the game, and struck
outf nine batters. He unleashed a
fast ball of professional variety, and
used a deceptivechange of pace to
set=clawn the Irish batsmen.
TheMichigan game is definitely
cancelled, Coach Vogel said. If the
date of the contest at Iowa City had
fallen on Saturday, it would have
beenrpossible to play a double-
header.
West's Track Stars
To Assault Records
(Continued From Page Six.)
man and Rodgers will represent t
the Illini, while Saling and Allisonf
are Ipwa entries. Potter will hur-
die for Michigan. Dave Abbott of
Illinois is favored to capture the
two mile race.a
A letter-perfect lesson in every
class: for one week has been the
clever requirement of a fraternityC
at Ohio Wesleyan University dur-
ing ',hell-week". Rough initiationst
khave been lightened by many of
the' faternities by similar require-
ments.

Tennis Squad Faces
Wildcats In Opener
(Continued From Page Six.)

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sive victory over tfe Loyola Uni-I
versity netmen, Winning all
matches handily, to score a 9-0 vic-
tory over the Chicagoans, All of The announcement that
the Purple racketeers showed a Schmeling, German heavy
steadiness which argues well for boxing champion, had denie
early season competitive possibili- he had signed articles for
ties., with Paulino Uzcudum thro)
Reil, a newcomer, will be seen other monkey wrench int
in the number one position for the heavyweight championship
Wildcats and will meet Captain gram. This fight was plan
Barton of Michigan in the feature eliminate one of the two me.
singles encounter. The Purple ace consideration for the title;
was one of the mainstays of the mess is as bad as ever.
Evanston institution's basketball
outfifit but evidently has found ' The name of Horton St
plenty of time to acclimate himself young Joplin, Mo., youth
to the tennis game. crashed through the winter
d ri th Q d a season in the United Stati

MaxI enter the tournament that will
weight be held there for the champion-
d that ship this summer. Mrs. John
a fight Hill and Miss Evelyn Colyer, for-
ws an- mer British Wightman cup
to the players, will accompany her
pro- when she leaves for England on
ned to May 15.
n fromI
ow the Waite Hoyt is starting where he
left off last year for the Yanks. He
has already hurled the world cham-
mith, pions to two victories, holding the
who Boston Red Sox to six singles in his
golf latest effort.
es as
the The play of Dale Alexander of
nong the Detroit Tigers becomes more
ptain and more brilliant as the season
d to progresses. The boy seems to
the be a real find, as a hitter put-
the ting a wealth of power behind
his blows. His fielding also has
been good. When he came to ,
is an- the Tigers it was doubtful
for the whether or not he could field
an de- his position in accepted major
a vet- league manner.

Four Big Ten Games
Are Scheduled Today
(Continued From Page Six.)
a sophomore, Farber, in the box.
Farber won both of his games on;
the southern trip.4
Still stinging from a 4-1 defeat
on their owndiamond after de-
cidedly outbatting the Boilermak-
ers, the Chicago Maroons will seek
revenge when they take the fi id
against Purdue at Lafayette this
afternoon. The dope sheet, weigh-
ing Purdue's three straight victor-
ies against Chicago's two straight
defeats, gives the Boilermakers a
A change in the present stand-
ing of the Big Ten teams may fol-
low the Illinois-Ohio State game,
at Columbus if the much vaunted
Illini do not regain their punch,
which was conspicuously absent
during their two tilts with North-
western's surprise team. A heavy'
rain storm which ended the game
in the middle of the first half of
the sixth inning of their last game
was probably the real cause of the
Illini downfall inasmuch as they
had collected three runs in their
halfkof the inning which could not
be counted when the game Vas
called.
Purple Is Threat
Northwestern will play host to
the Iowa squad in what should be
at least an interesting game. Al-;
though defeated in a ten inning!
game by Illinois early in the sea-
son and rained out at Michigan,
the Oltl Gold nine showed plenty
of strength outside the Big Ten in

Golf Squad To Meet
Detroit Team Today
(Continued From Page Six.)
sity plenty to worry ajou during
the coming season, and should be
a great help to get the older men
into first rate shape.
Last year in the match with Oak-
land Hills, the Wolverines emerged'
the winners, and if all of the men'
are going good, they should repeat
again today, but the Detroit team
of Captain Ryan, Munn, Wibel,
Richardson, William Ryan, McFawn
Denk, and Dow are reputed to be
sterling players, and are likely to
give the collegians some trouble.
The match will start at 2 o'clock,
and will be played over the eight-
een hold lay-out with eight com-
peting on a side. The first eight
men on the Michigan line-up, those
who practice at Barton Hills, will
be taken to the match.
handing the Notre Dame squad a
13 to 7 defeat Monday. Iowa hit
frequently and stole ten bases dur-
ing the tilt.
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Perrin, Urawng e sO1 OenJ ss
signment in the Evanston lineup; i
likewise a newcomer. The Wildcat
looked good in his play against Loy-
ola winning his match with the de-
cisive score of 6-2, 6-0. Ed Hammer
will bear the colors of the Maize
and Blue against Perrin. Hammer,
winner of the indoor all Campus
tournament, is the possessor of a
brilliant though unorthodox top-
spin game which is severe when
right and should carry hin a long
way.
Jim Spencer will see action for
Michigan in the number three
position against Curtis of North-
western. Spencer, a former state
champion is rich in tournament ex-
perience.

the biggest sensation of
year, was missing from an
the eight names that Cai
Walter Hagen designated
represent this country in
foursomes which will open
Ryder cup play.
Al Watrous, Detroit pro,
other golfer who must wait f
singles matches before he cE
monstrate his ability. He is

eran of many golfing campaigns,;
having played for the United States Jackie Tavener showed his old
against Great Britain in 1926 and :rooters something in the way of
1927 and having won the Canadian batting when he made his first ap-
open in 1922. pearance of the season at Navin
field in the uniform of the Cleve-
Helen Jacobs, second ranking land Indians. "Power House" pound-
national women's tennis player, ed out three hits, including a re-
has cabled officials at Wimble- sounding smack in the first inning[
don, England, that she will I that went for a double.E

Martin, the lone Northwestern
veteran slated to see action, will
meet Bob Beal Michigan's number
four performer. Last year on the
Ferry Field courts the Wildcat fell
before King Moore in a hard fought
duel in which the Michigan man
.came back to win after dropping
the first set.
Bacon will probably draw the as-
signment of playing' in- the fifth
single position for the Courtwright
coached team while Schaeffer will
see action in the remaining singles
position for the Ann Arbor racket
wielders. Sherron and Bergheim
will go to the past for the Wildcats
according to past performances.
Both of these men turned in credit-
able exhibitions against Loyola and
should extend the Varsity men to
the limit.
The doubles combination of Bar-
ton and Moore which annexed con-
ference honors in 1927 will probably
be broken up with Hammer pairing
with the Wolverine captain. This
combination has performed credit-
ably in several practice matches. I
Spencer and Beal will take the
post for the Wolves in the second
doubles match against Martin and
Curtis of Northwestern.
Moore has been named for cer-
tainty as a member of the third
doubles team with either Bacon or
Schaeffer as his partner. Borgheim
and Sherron will, in all probability,
compose the third doubles team for
the Purple.
The seven Varsity netmen, Bar-
ton, Hammer, Spencer, Beal, Bacon,
Schaeffer, and Moore, left Ann Ar-
bor shortly before midnight last
night accompanied by Coach Roy
Courtwright.

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Large stock, best service, consid-
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Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade.
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
TommieMack, A.B, Director
310 S State Phone 7927 C
FOR RENT
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house, near Campus, for summer
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FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Cor. State and Washington Sts.4
Arthur W. Stalker, D.D., Minister
Samuel J. Harrison, Associate
Minister and Student Director
10:30 a. m.-Morning Worship.
Prof. J. V. Thompson, North-
western University, Evanston,
Illinois, speaker.
12 M.-Combined Student Class-
es. Speaker, Mr. Henry Cecil,
of New York City,
6 P. M.-Wesleyan Guild Devo-
tional Meeting. Speaker: Rev.
Dale Moore, Presbyterian Stu-
dent Director.
7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship.
"What I Need," sermon by Rev.
Samuel J. Harrison.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
On East Huron, below State
R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard R. Chapman, University
Pastor
10:30 a. m.-Sermon by Mr.
Sayles, "The Firmness of
Jesus."
12 m.-Church Sunday School.
12:00 m.-Student group at Guild
House. Mr. Chapman in charge.
5:30 P. M.-Friendship Hour.
6:30 P. M.-"The Christian Law-
yer." The topic will be dis-
cussed by George Ragland, Roy
Ray, and Fred Kudlata.

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A:)
Fourth Ave. between Packard
and Williams
9-Sunday School.
10--English Service. Sermon
topic, "The Spiritual Signifi
cance of Jesus."

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11-German
topic, "The
Prayer."

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Open Wir

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Division Sts.
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Dale 11. Moore, Associate
Mirs. Nellie B. Cadwell, Secretary
for Women
10:45 a. mn.--Morning Worship.
Sermon: "The Problem of
God's Silence."
5:30 p. m.-Social hour for young
people.
6:30 p. n.--Young People's Meet-
ing. Leader: Laura Osgood;
topic, 'Personality in Religion.'
HILLEL FOUNDATION
615 E. University Dial 3779
4 p. m.-Lane Hall. Following
Religious Services a Debate.
"Resolved that the present
Russian Coloniza tion Projects
will lead to the solution of the
Jepwish. Problemn in thait Con-.

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consistent
in
your
religion

Attend
church
regularly
on
Sundays

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
Corner State and William Sts.
Allison Ray Heaps, Minister
10:45-Morning Service. Sermon
"The More Excellent Way." A
discussion of the relation of
code to conduct.
5:30-Student Fellowship sup-
per. Followed by an illustrated
lecture by Mr. Heaps on "Ben
Hur."
ST. ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Division and Catherine Sts.
Rev. Mr. Henry Lewis, Rector
Rev. Mr. T. L. Harris, Assistant
8:00 a. m.-Holy Communion.
9:30 a. i.-Student Holy Com-
munion in Harris Hall Chapel.
9:30 a. m.-The Church School.
11:00 a. m.-Morning Prayer and
Sermon. The Reverend Harry
P. Nichols, D.D., of New York.
7:30 p. m.-A program of Sacred
Music by the Choirs of St. An-
drew's Church.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Liberty Streets
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
9 a. m.-Service in German.
11 a. iii.-S-ervie in English

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ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. at Fifth Ave.
E. C. Stellhorn, Pastor
9 a. ni.--Bible Class.
10:30 a. im--Service. Berm on:
"Christ's Prayer for Ilis King-

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 S. Division St.
10:30 a. m. -Regular Morning
service. Sermon topic, "Pro-
bation After Death."
11:45 a. tm.--Sunday School fol-
lowing the morning service.

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