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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY , 19 3 9

PAGiSiX I FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1929

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BIG BASEBALL BRAVES Frantically In
BOLDLY BOUNCE BAT An Fierce Fracas DE
An unusually small amount of1
FORD[IWITPUI BIP BYcrabbing and gin, good baseball
the part of the co-eds has marked [
the inter-frat baseball competition,
SPOILING SPRING UNIFORMS state intramural officials who have VARSITY HASN'T CHANCE TO
IS CHIEF CONCERN OF made ratings in the 14 leagues. In - WIN IOWA MEET
CAMPUS HEROES two weeks the last games will oe ' BECAUSE
played in the leagues and inter-1
FERRY FIELD IS ALL WET league competition for the cham-
pionship will begin. ChAPMAN CAN'T JUMP
Michigan Men Weep At Touching Most of the teams have playedj
Speech Supplicating three games to date. Each of the IHorrible Wrench Of Thigh Pulls
Sportsmanship league leaders have been defeated Veteran From Scheduled
except in league number four where Up And Down Match
Weather permitting, Michigan's Delta Chi and Beta Sigma Psi are
baseball team will meet the invad- tied for first place with two won Dear, dear me! Hopes for a Maize
ing Colgate nine at 4:05 o'clock and one lost. Those boys show good, and Blue victory when the Wolver-
this afternoon on the sodden Fairy material for next year's student ines oppose the strong Iowa track
Field diamond. The cancellation of council. We wonder how they lost team here Saturday in the Varsity's
yesterday's encounter made this at all. first dual meet of the outdoor sea-
the fourth time the Wolverines have The remaining league leaders son were given another set-back
been rained out this season. are: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Theta yesterday when that good looking
In place of this bloody, bat swing.- Kappa Nu, Theta Chi, Phi Mu Al- Coach Farrell announced that!
ing little tilt, which was supposed pha, (we thought that was a soror- Chapman, veteran broad jumper,
to have taken place yesterday, both ity), Phi Kappa Psi, Sigma Alpha would not be in condition to com-
the valient and lusty heroes of Epsilon, Chi Psi, Down Town Drunks, pete against the Hawkeyes. Isn't
Michigan's varsity, and the stalwart Tau Delta Phi, Sigma Phi, Phi Rho that a shame?I
easterners from Colgate called a Sigma, (those medics who train on Chapman wrenched a thigh mus-I
truce, and adjourned to the front grain alcohol), Phi Lambda Kappa, cle in the preliminaries of the
row seats at the Michigan where Sigma Phi Upsilon. Drake relays at Des Moines last
they all sat in complete concentra- Independ nt soft ball teams have
tion, and absolute absorption, en- just started competition- which has campus tournaments has been con-
joying the alluring and bewitching been rather one-sided to date with siderably delayed by inclement'
charms of Myrna Loy, in "Excess. the Law Club taking most of the I weather and arguments. Horse-
Baggage." honors. The lawyers probably talked shoe matches have been thrown oft
Although the captains of these the poor things to death. Tennis with regularity and great zeal in
teams agreed to this plan the min- matches in both the frat and all- the A. T. 0. backyard.
iate. it was suggested, different more
conscientious members of the teams
were heard to murmer their pro-
test. One Colgate giant muttered
that a little thing like a cloud burst
couldn't keep him from murdering
a few of these raw westerners.
(Partly censored.) However, after
a touching supplication address by
the Michigan captain, in which he !
observed that the field itself was {
rather swampy, and practically all
the members of his team were all
decided to call off the game.
Bill McAfee, giant pitcher on the
Michigan team, observed that he
had noticed that all of the Colgate TROUSERS
men had come deckei out in gor-
geous new uniforms for their en-
counter here, and he would heartily
regret seeing them spoil them.
Ernie McCoy, '29, famous M man in stripes
and star, added to this plea with
the statement that if he attempted and plain
his usual thrilling home run, and
slide to fourth base, he feared that, $15.00
as his uniform was made of flannel
it would shrink and be in such oth-
erwise disastrous condition by the
next game so that he could not
appear on the team for the rest of
the season.
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CORA'S COUSIN -COMES T
ANN ARBOR TO INTERVIEW
CUTEST CAMPUS CO=EDSI
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Handsome High cost the Athletic association a pret-
YEILLOW CLAD
School Men Hwit Although the club-swingers from
CIllinois, are considered to be pretty
ius a I -good, Michigan has as good a
chance to defeat them as any other
Justthin, gilsof al thse hgh!team, if, any. A practice round has
Just think, girls, of all these high Garbed in their new"knockout been scheduled in order to introduce
school boys who are coming up next uniforms, the University golf team the course to the team so it will not
week end to participate in the 29th will fare forth for their first en- be so utterly strange when they
annual Interscholastic Track and counter of the season, with the Il- come together on Saturday.
Field Meet on May 10 and 11. lini at the links in Urbana. This It is expected that the team will
Detroit Northwestern boys are new outfit, which has been praised make a colorful picture wlen on
sure to be the cutest and are con- j as being worth five strokes from the links, for besides their uniforms,
ceded a decided edge in the hop, their opponents, consists of gay yel- their bags are yellow canvas trim-
low socks and sweaters with bright med in blue leather, and their clubs
skip, and jump, for they have won blue knickers. In case of rain, the are variously painted in these two
four of the 28 meets which have al- team will be unable to play, for fear colors, according to the individual
ready been held here. of spotting these chic suits, which C inclinations of the owners.

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Algernon Asperine, Ex. '29
week, and rather than take a chance__
on further injury, CoachFarrell has !
decided to keep the poor thing out
of both the Iowa and Minnesota
meets in the hope of getting him in
shape for the engagement (which
one?) with Michigan's traditional
rival, Illinois, on May 18.
Chapman's loss is a severe blow
to the Michigan cause, as he was
counted on for at least three points
in the broad jump.
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