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SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1929

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PANE SEVEN4

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Cold Weather Fails
H TO. 019 i U U BATTLL To StopGrid Squad
II lR t While the baseball, track, and
tennis squad were bemoaning their
ILLINOISU I, O 4 '
enforced idleness due to unfavor-
able weather conditions, the semi-
Three Other Games On Schedule frigid breezes on Ferry field afford-
Today In Big Ten; Hoosiers ed the spring football candidates a
Clash With Purdue ; golden opportunity to hold a snap-
py scrimmage session yesterday
PURPLE TO PLAY IOWA afternoon.
__Handicapped somewhat by lack
of material, Coach Tad Wieman '
All Big Ten baseball enthusiasts ofmtraCahTdWea
illhaveBheigTesegluednhuiassdivided his charges into two teams,
will have their eyes glued on Wis one complete, and one minus a
consin today, for the possibility secondary defense, and sent them
that the Illini team upset the per- through a series of plays from
cent column today and send the scrimmage formation. Last year's
Badgers rolling off the top rung. captain, George Rich, directed. the
Two other teams in the Western plays for the offensive team at
Conference are battling it out to- quarterback position.
day on the diamond for third place. The largest number of plays used
If Purdue can take the Indiana in last night's practice session con-
nine into camp today it will push sisted in cross bucks of all discrip-
them up one more notch to the.Big tions aimed at the center of the
Ten title. line between tackles. Mixed fre-
The greatest of all rivals in the quently with this type of play were
Big Ten, Indiana and-Purdue, wi fake double passes behind the line
meet today in their annual battle of scrimmage which were usually
for supremacy on the diamond. sent wider off tackle and end.
The game should prove a fast one °
as both teams are rated on even S
terms, and both occupy like posi- 1o l Squad To Open l
tions in the conference standings Big Ten Card Today
to date.
Paugh Is Hoover's Choice (Continued From Page Six)
Indiana's hurler for the contest for 18 points, three on each of the
undoubtedly will be Russ Paugh, four singles matches, and three
who was responsible for the Crim- more points on the afternoon four-
son team's first three victories in somes duals. The Urbana course
the Big Ten. Coach Piggy Lam- is a difficult one, being long and
bert, of Purdue, will more than well trapped, besides being well
likely put either Schupp or McRey- equipped with natural hazards.
nolds on the mound, as they are Coach Trueblood will be able to
the outstanding men on the Boil- get a good idea of what he cari
ermakers' ball team. expect from his team the rest of
Coach Guy Lowman arrived in the season by the way in which
Champaign last night with his they perform on this trip. Some
Badger ball team with the hopes of the men have yet to stand up
of carrying away a victory, which under the fire of stir competition,'
will probably be the case if past and the hard play of then Illini
records of the Badger nine are any will be sure, to brink out weakness-
guide. The Badgers hold victories es. Thus if a man falters, his
over Indiana and Chicago in their place can be filled by a player
only starts to date. Thursday they from the reserve ranks, as the
won a hard fought 11 inning game Wolverine mentor feels that his
from the Notre Dame nine, 4 to 3. whole squad is capable of showing3
Farber To Oppose Illini well in Conference play.
From latest reports Farber and Manager Andrea went with theX
Doyle are expected to form the bat- team to take care of the arrange-i
tery against Illinois, while Coach ments which will come up on a tripI
Lundgren of Illinois, will likely rely of the length which this invasionc
upon Don Andrews of Chicago, cap- will be, as the Wolverines leave
tain of the Illini batsmen to work directly after theirt match todayf
on the mound against the Badgers. for Lafayette, where they are
Wisconsin will have a firmer hold scheduled to meet Purdue Mon-
on the first place berth if they win day.,
the fray at Champaign today as
they are standing at the top of the NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY.
list now with two wins and losses. -When Northwestern's football
Michigan has been inactive in the team takes the field next fall the
conference but will swing into ac- players will be attired in jerseys
"tion again this week. The. Wolver- with numbers on the front as well
'ne team has played only one game as the back,, according to Coach
this year. Dick Hanley.

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Past Performances
Make Iowa Favorite
(Continued From Page Six)
third Hawkeye entrant, while Lo-
mont, Colby and Monroe will carry;
the Maize and Blue in this event.
Coach Farrell may add Randy
Monroe.
With Monroe expected to take
first in the mile, Wolverine sup-
porters look for neither Benson and
Grunow to annex second or third

Michigan State has sent a crew
of 20 track performers off to Col-
umbus as the Spartan representa-
tives in the Ohio Relays. Teams
are entered in practically every
relay and Harold McAtee, poleI
vaulter, is entered in his specialty.
Dynamite Gus Sonnenberg
of Detroit performed his first
home contest last night when
he took on Howard Cantonwine
for the world heavyweight
wrestling title at Detroit. Gus
was well known as a football
player at the University of De-
troit. He recently wrested the
world title from the capable
hands of Strangler Lewis who
could not cope with the Michi-
gan boy's flying tactics.
Jamieson of the Cleveland In-
dians is leading the league batting
race in the American circuit. His
percentage of .438 is a scant three
points in front of Lu Blue of St.
Louis. Stephenson of Chicago Cubs
is the man at the top of the heap
'in the National League. His per-
centage is .442.
A strong field will tee off
Monday in the British Open
Tournament which has not
been won by a Britisher since
Arthur Havers took thew crown
in 1923. Among the former
champs who will be seen among
the club swingers in the great
British classic are Havers, Jim
Barnes, and George Duncan.
Walter Hagen and Bobby Jones
have each captured the title
twice since 1923.
T. A. Dorgan who signed his
sports cartoons and articles with!
"Tad" died at his home in Great
Neck, Long Island, last Thursday
at the age of 52. "Tad" drew his
,cartoons with his left hand because
of an injury -in early youth which
resulted in the loss of four fingers
of his right hand. Indoor Sports
and Silk Hat Harry are two of his
famous comic creations.t
t

Pete Gavuzzi of England, is
leading Pyle's string of Derbi-
ers across the state of Oklaho-
ma. Johnny Salo of Passaic,
New Jersey, is second and Sam
Richman of New York third.

Entries to the number of 45 haveplace points. Brady is the best
been received by officials of the an- Iowa entrant in this event.
n500ile r aceb fiat the brick Ted Wuerfel, veteran two miler,
nual 500 mile race at the brick may add another five points to the
track at Indianapolis on May 30.' mayhdanothe ive tso the
~Michigan total in the two. mile.
This is the largest entry list since Kelly and Gunderson will providel
the World war. This is also the the Hawkeye competition, with
last race in which single seated Austin, Jesson, or Bazlty sche-
cars :will be allowed and 91 cubic duled to try for additional placesj
inch displacement. for Michigan.
Iowa appears to hold a definite
edge in the 120 yard high hurdles,
ft& U LWith Baling and Allison, placers
tlin the 1928 Conference meet, op-
posing Potter, Atkins, and Kinney
of the Wolverines.
Jack Tarbill wil be the chief
The inter-fraternity horseshoe; Michigan hope in the 220 yard low
tournament is well under way with1 hurdles, in which he will compete
tou nam ntis el un er ay wit iagainst Sating and Allison,- with
the greater majority of the sched- .ad Baling an h idon
._-M,M_-- , --- --Cadwallader as the third 'Iowa en-

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ued first round games already trant.
played. Nineteen teams have pass- Gordon, Olympic broad jumper,
ed the first barrier safely and will 'will be Iowa's mainstay in the field
square off for the second round evenlts. With Chapman, premier
contests in the near future. Wolverine broad jumper injured,
Contestants for six games in Gordon and Wicox are favored to
round two have been picked al- win over Dahlem and Arendt.
ready, but the remainder of the Gordon appears slated for an-
teams to have passed round one1 other win in the high jump in case
remain without opponents as yet. he enters both events.' Workhoven,
Phi Mu Alpha meets Sigma Alpha another Iowan, will compete
Mu, Theta Kappa Psi plays Pi against Felker and Veech.
Kappa Phi, Delta Sigma Phi meets Canby, sophomore star, is ex-
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Triangle clash- pected to annex first in the pole
es with Kappa Nu, Zeta Beta Tau; vault with little trouble.* The
plays Phi Kappa, and Theta Chi Hawkeye set a new world's record
goes up against Phi Kappa Tau in of 13 feet 7 1-2 inches in the Big
the scheduled second round en- Ten indoor meet.
counters. Other teams to enter Forwald, who was second in the
round two are Trigon, Delta Phi, Conference meet with a heave of
Phi Gamma Delta, Delta Upsilon, 45 feet, 10 1-2 inches, is favored
Alpha Kappa Lambda, Phi Epsi- to take the shot put. Poorman
lon Pi, Tau Kappa Epsilon, and and Brooks of Michigan have been
Tau Delta Phi. Trigon, Phi Gam- up around this mark during the
ma Delta, and Phi Kappa Tau all latter part of the season.
got into round two as a result of Forwald of Iowa rates another
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FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Cor. State and Washington Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, D.D., Minister
Samuel J. Harrison, Associate
Minister and Student Director
10:30 a. m.-Morning Worship.
Dr. Charles E. Jefferson of the
Broadway Tabernacle, New
York, speaker. Subject: "What
the Pilgrims Can Do For Us."
12:00 M.-Three Bible Classes for
Students at Wesley Hall.
6:00 P. M.-Wesleyan Guild De-
votional Meeting.
7:00 P. M.--Open House at Wes-
ley Hall.
7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship.
*"When Love Shines In," Rev.
Samuel J. Harrison's sermon
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Division Sts.
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Dale H. Moore, Associate
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell, Secretary
for Women
10:45 a. m.---Morning Worship,
Sermon: "From Plough Boy to
Prophet" or "Finding One's
Life's Work."
5:30 p. m.-Social hour for young
people.
6:30 p. m.-Young People's Meet-
ing. Leader: James Bradbury.
HILLEL FOUNDATION
615 E. University Dial 3779
4 p. m.-Service at Hillel Foun-
dat~ion.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
On East Huron, below State
R. Edward 'Sayles, Minister
Howard R. Chapman, University
Pastor
10:30-Mr. Sayles will preach.
The topic, "The Patience o f
Jesus."
12:00-The Church Bible School.
12:00-The Student Group at
Guild House. Mr. Chapman.
5:30-The Friendship Hour.
6:30-Special discussion of the
subject, "The Christian Teach-
er." The speakers are: Miss
Alice Mann, Miss Margaret.
Kitson and Mr. R. K. Compton.
Be
consistent
in
your
reli gion

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave. between Packard
and Williams
9--Sunday School.
10--English Service. Sermon
topic, "Blessings Resulting
from the Ascension of Jesus."
11-German Service. Sermon
topic, "Blessings resulting
from the Ascension of Jesus."
1-Membership Class.
Attend
church
regularly
on
Sundays
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FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
Corner State and William Sts.
Allison Ray Heaps, Minister
10:45-Morning Service. Ser-
mon, "Noah's Ark."
5:30--Student Fellowship supper
6:30---Professor Howard Mc-
Clusky will speak on "Is Stu-
dent Religion on a Holiday?"

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E. C. Stellhorn, Pastor
9 a. i.----Bible School.
10:30 a. m.-Mother's Day Serv-

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 S. Division St.
10:30 a. im. -Regular Morning
service. Sermon topic, "Ever-
lasting Punishment."
11:45 a. m.-Sunday School fol-

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
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(Missouri S3ynod)
Third and West Liberty Streets
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
9 a. tm.-Gerrman Service.

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