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THE MIC.i-i-iC.AN~ E~Aii~-x

BIC LEAGUE CLUBS
JN4ians Lead Am~erican Teams
With List of Nine Former
f College Players.

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In former tiunes tihe college base-
ball player was discouraged from
joining professilonal baseball clubs;
now the major leag ue telams are
'going out of their way to sign the
collegian's name to the dotted line.
No less than 21 bal. players who
starred with their Almna Maters at
'one time or another have been tak-
~en on by the American league alone
"-or the 1930 season, although not
all of these %yere with college teams
last year.
Cleveland -loads the rest of the
American league clubs in acquiring
'c ollege ball players, nine of them
-having signed with the: Indians for
-the coming campaign. Detrot has
taken on four from the university
ranks, the White . Soxxc three, New
York two, and each of the remain--
ring four clubs one apiece.
Michigan has contributed two
n ewcomers to the list of collegians
just breaking in the big league
ranks. Fred Asbeek, one of last
year's sterling Varsity pitchers, will
get a trial with the New York Yan-
'*es, -and 'although he will un-.
doubtedly be farmed out to some
ininor league club, he has the mak-
ings of a real big league h ,-I-r. As-
beck was one of Michigan's best
pitchers for th e last two seasons,
Ihurling many of the victories that
enabled the Maize aid Blue to takef
1two consecutive Conference base-
ball titles.
2The other Wolverine hurler to be
taken in by an American league
club is Pete Jablonowski, who for
three years was the hurling m~ain-
stay of the Michigan team. Jabby
h as seen service with the Cincin-
xati Reds and Columbus Senators,
with which .club hie won 18 games
M-.41d lost G last sson to put him1
among the leading hurlers of the
American Association. Jablonow-
-ski represents an $18,0004 invest-
ment for the Cleveland team.
one other newcom-er hails from
the state of Michigan, Byrne. of
Michigan State, who will be with
th~e White Sox. 11(r broke, into a.
few gamnes at the fag end of last
season and showed a little promise.'
CICVcLLI h a,, added lnine coll0'-
,ians to its roster: Pitcher Jablon-
cowski of Michrigan; In lders lBur-
* nett of Fl11orida, Detore of Colgate,
- c1ldman of Syracuse, and Stewart
df fib Ti P1oY; First. Wseasn,
ealiidwelI of Yale, I-loo:ks of Southern
(Alocli.st, and Bonura- of St. Sian-
1a us; and Outfielder Gill of Cum-]I
berland. Gill led ,thle Easten league
in batting last season, while ald-
well led it in home runs. Goldman
was the prize shortstop of the last j

LI BM YC AC ,-HEW'IT LLADS MA TMENj most of his houes air gaining a
viI O H R d 1 ..N tI f a --urNw __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Til i; (v Ct-l i 1. i cB? h3 y it- 'of l iji0 hUlthi e ordes
a ;appears to be oil on the best sea- natnen ever turned out here, and
son of his itrol.it aer his name may well be included with
* hre fal a do.jti edi suh W olverine stars as Geore,
y. tv - * ---------Ra a rk-er Leadsnginn1 FoureTfamslsemnd oneisihie deerorr tI{IDonahe, Saaer, and Soloman.
I ll-round C m etitionHa bllT unm t Hewit, a seior in the pharmacy' MINNEAPOLIS, MNN-Emil W.,
school, is ~resiling his last seas>,n I Iverson, hocey coach lit the Uni-
IFifty men have scored poi'its in:'naMieri ~i~~iioan e~t ~Mieoahshne
the all-a-round irdividual chais-i Foir doubles tecus are'still in is one of tho men on~ the 130 Var--i in his resignaion to become effec-
pl ow hip contest which is beinrg the runni ; for the handball chain-l sity on whom Coach Keen pins tue April 1.
J. riducted this year by thec ntra- pionship anfd there is little to _ -_ -
i"tulal Department, This contest: chop' e bcwone fu. fthr
S., wru all year prcpoiiIion, paints thif hr
ing warcd Lo 11 he idle- t(and tbhal sec ins to have
i 'f . u r, F itra event- such as boin res- it over the res1; it, is the Jnes- v lt
r'y{ S- t -kn tii ,+ handballsquash, rile shoot-;Navare teami which won the event mirs hoo
r..*-~ *,.~ - ing, archery, foul shooting, teninis,1 last year. This team meets Fried--
Y 4h.y{Aa1bA'1, lorseshoep,, bowling, cross country, la ixn' nteupe rce
ften cing, golf, track, Sig mra Delta of the smi f in al s l e Cllinrck tat
?+ , j ~psi and twenty-one.:othseifnl I1 Cln-
; A Ray Parker with 24 points is the Engenan will ly Gorelick-
leadertodte He accumulated Grctcli This n, tch is a toss-up.
Itwenty points by winningth15-- ' -
1 pouned division in wrestling and s-
curing entrance points in the tennis.
M- Six - othes -lave secured twentyTHURSDAY NIGt llRESULTS
- Points and are tied for second 1TUSA
pl ranaely: roaelin, Woodward, O<lympis, 8; cturaries, 3.-
tekSigooAdge'ad Oki-wnd Rats, 21.; Polona CQir. $
-WiliaiM Phelps has scored fifteen Pole Katz, 1; Yazoos, G. jjct6
- - 4soc~ae4 Praa ~points -and has taken part in the SgaP,", 4 a et
_ _- jmst .sports; tennis, golf, suash Pi", .-
Tam Bial, and horseshoes. The winner even- ! Junior L its, 13; Senior Dil 'o ents
Coach of the Notre Dame eleven tu1ywi8udubel.e h n
dividual who takes part in the most 1.'
during the illness of Knute Rockne, evns!nrac ons r wri Sopi. Phys. Ed., 18; P rolh
will accept the post of head foot-I Laws, 5.
ball coach 'it the University of Mini- I ed in every sport regardless of the ISph. Engrs,, 20 Bus. Adts, 18.
nesota only on condition that he distance that a moan advances
will be gvnatrey~
wi h asalary of $h0area.e
Lieb, it was earnied unoiflicially, -m t a
submitted these terms Wednesday f no s Ae ia
to a special Coinmiittee which i T u x e dBar- one - i
making a siirvey of candidates for yt
th oiinlf aatb h resignation of Dr. Clarence Spears)
I to become head coach at the Ui _Apiil . 1enatiareaarneL C O 1
vriyof Oregon. They Gophers'A Spe.at ,$3.751
trscall for a salary of $7,500 '3J, Tofietusical ne hiso e aiad p ictor I
year with an annual increase o-= rra~ fu~sclhsor.H~rts Vctrlai
$500 uip to $l.0,OQO a year. isH . musialy a igig likeness of the actual performer
Detroit follows the Indians i closedzt~ eyes and irageu I hear the artist ins perso!"I
number of collegians signed, its hli - 1 ihe wadiRend,4se by he wrldt
beinag as follows: Pitcher I-fogs Y", " W R do I teol ai nosdb h ol'
-of Bethany (Neb); Catchers H-ay- Ann Arbir's Forenost Clothers -gets rit igriitu
worth of Oak Ridge, and Steineck e 1 322-324 Soutb Main St'eet mnentaitte fareiot eoduo
Qof eaw n Ouedr Fuk, '' I." tors from jazz to symphony. These
oft olahoma. i r te s r' iI11II1t111I11hi11lis ratedl111l111! lllllastilltlone11(###i-I li- "
ofthe best 'fly chasers in the .Pit- III1IIIIIIIuIIII~IIIIIJhJ~I people knt~w TONE QUJAITY.
cific Coast league and has had some 1-11l f11.111WithUIlllthe amazinfilgIIIl new1 E111111111e1etroll 111ial
experience with the Yankees. thI ado r-ne - -ro
-- N K.JHU G .~. - Vieor.Rdiohrngs you th music
N PW YORK , .Y.---IZay Barutti,*-- : a uwahtyuwn~t~elid
former Syracuse track star, -has ,- l ai n
been restored to the good graces of jFOMFIY;4sT. - biiy every nrofaicr
the Amateur Athletic Union. Orienta,,4.v~l - instrumeniet can vouch fo,. All
~'~~'(-f' - elecl~t.,ir v Lw ri@cei ever before
SPECIAL OIR.YUi~ee ptab.l JI~~
CHOP STY AND CHOW MENl
TH.IS-WEEK I .lu"fi ~ii :ia~6P -3
1 o n lhra fatois s o a t recirse dcelooet .fter frirty, I -- 1~~ )/ ~ , i
FRESH VEAL _
Just Try One of i Dkhes 'TIon;glt!
1Winning Popularity as a headifuil a'lrrge fCir toie i ttdy tIII
LIBER T YE f rdter of rmeat n aprtit"r -3Universi usi C Ho s
MA K T V LEIEC FE6 L~f~L -(T-inshaw & Son) loe7.5
Phone 4312 v WIrTT-1A ivii IION I1 1 NDi.S"
118 W. Liberty WfE 'LIVEI, -329 SOUTII MvAIN S 1UEET /
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FOR RENT-Desirable, single front
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6175.
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NICE room in quiet home, three
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large- rooms until tule or longer.
Private bath and storage for. car.
4 lumadifled air heat for health.
EEspecially pleasant location for
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Golf course close. Five minutes
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FOR RENT-Single room. and pr-
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Grad, girls preferred. Call 650
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