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TUN MAY 4APRIL 30m 1929

THE M IGHIGAN DL

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TWELVE IIS AIL T Two Injuries Hamper IOWA TRACK SQUAD HAS WEALTH ATILETICS REGISTER TWO
T ELE HIS ALl g Trackmen At RelaysJ Ln "HWE OF MATERIAL IN FIELD EVENTS HOMERS TO UPSET YANKS
flU fl (Continued From Page Six) flflj(CotinedromPagSi___
IVE WIIC OR honors. The sprint reiay finished IPM T (Continued From Page Six
second to Illinois even though it L(Continued From Page Six) ; The shot put will bring together Miljus, Holloway, Grant; Lyons. u
vy HttingLIscattered oowas necessary to substitute Dale chance of taking first, with Craig three men of almost equal caliber, Washington at Boston; at rest. f
Heavy Hitting IslScattered Too Seymour for the injured Chapman. (Special T ne l and Jerrel of the Hawkeyes favored Brooks and Poorman of Michigan 3
y , iSeymor forthe njure' Chaman. tip«i To i <, >: b!to fghtto ofight tiit outndfor Fthirdof behindih th
Much In Syracuse Contest The 880-yard quartet also finished Wisconsin's eight-oared varsity Workhoven awkeyhrad Forwald of Iowa, withage NATIONAL LEAGUE a
To Be. Effective Isecond, Iowa capturing the event, crew, absent from the colorful row-ICnb, Iw ohmri Hwky ie lgtavnaeCicago........000 004 000-4 13 1
Freese's injury with no substitu- ing regatta at Poughkeepsie for Cn steuarhIowaisophomore,sisIe y iseheave of45 feet / . ..1NO
NINE FACES BUSY WEEK tion possible prevented the mile re- three years, will ieturn to the Hud- easily the class of the pole vaulters. inches in the Big Ten meet, which Cincinnati ....100 000 020-3 9 1 A
lay from entering the finals. Coach son in June under the guidance of The Hawkeye set a new world's in- gave him second place. Poorman, Roots; Donahue, Ash. K
Inability to hit safely with men Farrell said third place was the a new and youthful coach, George door record of 13 feet, 7 inches in however, tossed the 16 pound ball Pittsburgh .....300 000 000-3 11 1 PE
on the bases was the contributing best possible for the team, but it "Mike" Murphy. winning thedConference indoor over 45 feet in a trial last week, and St. Louis.....020 100 04x-7 10 1 H
cause ofthe defat suffeed by te could ave bee in the ace butmeet from a dirt runway, and has lboth he and Brooks are rated bet- S.Lus...00100x71
cause of the defeat suffered by the could have been in the race but Badger alumni and friends in the placed consistently among the ter than Roberts, the other Iowa Grimes, M e a d o wv s; Mitchell, W
baseball team at Syracuse last Sat- for the injury. The medley relay I east will watch with interest the leaders in other meets, McClellan entrant. R stBrame.
urday. Twelve blows sailed off the squad proved to be a failure and performance of the middle westernladerickotheMcgane iskwabteh r e
Wolverine bats during the encoun- teams that had been conquered entry, which will employ a newI and Erickson, the Michigan pole Little is known about either the TY
ter, a rather heavy barrage for a only the week before pulled ahead technique cnrowingthe famous vaulters, have both cleared 12 feet, Hawkeye or Wolverine javelin fling- Chicago.-Edward R. Bradley will ra
~onl th wek bfor puledahed tehniue n rwin-th faousand should beat ut Canby and ers, Forwald being the only man on win around $500,000 if his horse,
college nine, btu none of the hits of the Michigan team by a big leader stroke, used first by crews ayd so teaw othe one eit, team who he own o Bn arkur,0 apur s he
crime with men on second or third. margin. from the University of Washington, Boyer of the Hawkeyes for the other either team who has yet shown to Blue Larkspur, captures the Ken-
Michigan's scoring activities were Eddie Tolan finished third in a where Murphy received his school- places. dadvantage in any meet. Lucky Derby, May 18SA
limited to Captain Corriden's home ,stiff field that saw Bracey of Rice ing under the present Yale mentor. K~
runin the sixth inning, and two Institute cross the line in :09.8, Cardinal shells are working dili-
runs in the fourth. These last two good time for the muddy track with gently on Lake Mendota these days,
counters were scored through the Elder, Notre Dame flash, second. resting only when rough waters 1
medium of sacrifice files. i Ketz's heave of the hammer was a prevent Coach Murphy from taking 310
Homer Was Short Hit brilliant piece of work. Potter his ladys on the lake.
The Syracuse diamond is laid out managed to qualify for the hurdle BL
on the inside of the football sta- event, but the competition was too Yd
dium, which is of a horseshoe fast for him in the finals, his feat TRIB RS 4
shape.. This arrangement made of qualifying being gratifying. The A nnA rbor Press
right field; extremely short and it Poorman in the shot put faile3 S PLE
Was in this direction that the home to do as well as he has been doing f'or all makes of
run blow o Haymond's bat took in practice. Typewriters.-FO
flight in the ninth inning. It was Iowa made a good showing in the Rapid turnover, fresh stock, insures o
this blow that scored the two win- f relays and the result indicates best quality at a moderate price.
fing funs for Syracuse. that Michigan wll meeta tough D
Both McAfee, Michigan pitcher, foe next Saturday on Ferry field. . D. MORRILL PR IN T E R S Fo
and Basley, Syracuse hurler, show- The Hawkeyes showed strength in '17 Nickels Arcade Phone 6615k
ed good control and neither issued quarter mile, half mile, pole vault,W
a walk. Basley was quite frequent- 'high jump and broad jump..w
ly "in the hole" with the batter
but always managed to get the ball INDIANA BASEBALL TEAML-
over for the batter without walking IRISH NINE TODAYLkOII AItnE lonuMbeof
him. WovsT.eBs PLAYS ___i IE OA UIUUI IIU- II EJstill have on hand a limited 2ubr
Wolves To Be Busy .g.FS
With three games nn the crf d (Continued Frorn Page Six) I the, Unversity Caienders denitin the

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Michigan's team will face a busy catcher; Rust, knuckle ball artist,
week. It is expected that McAfee and Jachym, basketball captain
Will work the first game against who is a pitcher.
Colgate with Monagueon the TeIihrecentl cmpetde
xnound in the Friday tilt. Asbeck successful southern training trip
will pitch against Western State winning, seven out of eight contests.
Teachers college at Kalamazoo on The lineup that the Notre Dame
Monday with McAfee coming back ( mentor will use tomorrow after-
to the Mound on Monday in the noon has not been announced.
first game against Meiji university. Coach Everett S. Dean undoubt-
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Wolverine Net Team he used against Wisconsin Satur-
day. Either Russ Paugh, of Acton,
Wins From Drake, 5-1 or Lefty Bell, of Bloomington, will1
IMagnabosco, of Clinton, again will
(Continued From Page Six) be used on the mound for Indiana.
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