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SAI~tRDAY, NIARCfl29, 1930'1.4

THE MICHIGN DALY,

SPRING
TO ST

BUSH 'IS FIRST EXPERIENCED MAN Yearing Track Stars il
FOHIBALI HANDLING WHITE ;SOX SINCE 1919 Receive 19 3 Jnsi gn
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ART MO D}x-. no, .Vii'.; RoderickCocx. Biriin'
,9 H f Ihama; - Gorge Crane, Ann Arbor;

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ICL A S IF IEjj

Members of the Varsity Eleven it
Will be Chosen From
:T htsGroup.1
KIPKE TO DIRECT DRILLS;j
Coach HMarry Kipke announced
yesterday that football uniforms
for spring gridders will be distrib-
uted. Monday, March 31, at the)
Yost Field House. All those plan-1
ning on. participating in the annual
spring football drills are to report
at this tinge. Due to adverse weath- '1
er conditions there will be no prac-
tice session Monday, but in all
probability, the drills will get un-
der wvay Tuesday afternoon, April
s No man who fails to report for
the spring practice sessipnS will
receive a call for the Varsity prac- ;
tice next fall, according to Kipke.!
Du.ring the spring drills, the staff
of grid coaches will present thej
squad with new plays and forma-)
tions to be worked out and ready
for final polishing zip next 'Spetemn-
ber.
Each year, at the end of the
spring training period, a football
trophy is awarded to the mmber'
of th squad who h~as shown him-
self to be the outstanding player
for that period. fTh e trophy for.
this year has been received by the-
athletic department. it is award-b
to ,a player on the basis of atten-
dance, improvement, attitude, ands
value as a future Varsity condi-p
date.Sr

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1 -usscl Damm, MVusk egon; iat- ,'M cupphm ed the diving ho-nors.
renzce Darrow, Dubuque, Ia.; Chari- By taking two firsts, a pair of sec-
s )BeBakrer, Muskegon; Haw ley Ems- l~iOns. and a fourth the' senior lit.,' N1.-C,'=MP S MEET.
gleoston, Chicago; Charles Ekno- IO c,. cl ,.It? by k,:, lone eir'lht points apiece
vichl, Detroit; R. W. Godell, Hough P1tto 'T t'_Ue the ini r li s_;Fechliimer and Uhlman tied for
ton; ouval .Golds nitn, Chu sti n - lie te Jt i1 10 15 T E..Ulaenr4 mll-cliu scoriimnonorsmithe
burg, Pa.; Donald Hxaefele ILa F3t he heJn U ignesp u alc iu wmfug me.Fech-
'wood, 0.; Harry . LA ~ 'Te1t~~'£c~ ~. r~;- '~:t x
r\.VilliamHill,!('igh C 1t1:,. iw 4'. .P )J ;2 t . . .; l' ( '! l
IHit'-, Urbana.,O-i: . : ~ Pt !O '~117'~~' .I )iI~~ XQ
.c2 .7i d _,w*~o po'xits 1"' and a' 1I 4 iA'~ICC .
^" Arbor: Edwin Jackson, Can-I osnFecbhe:"nier. Creg ) n1 n cii in ?e 5 yard race enabled
ton. :0.; Alvin Jacobs, Detroit; p; ?- IP d composed the winning relay, irnan to finish as onc of the
ert k~lalhn, Buffalo, N. Y.; fli j tea which came throv.gh for the1 leaders.
:loin, Cha tanooga, Tenn.; Sid-wyseni9s, just beating the sophs byf A total of 25 men took part in
Kronfeld, Brooklyn, N1. Y.; # ay.. hches. Repeating his feat of the the meet which proved to be quite Ltarzn, o0iTr
rnocl .a~ta.Tapa, Fla,.; -~ert last W r eas 25 .t adCregofish-sccsfl crdn o ficas
4mDtot.a ntpine2 ad bacskstrokeuln the220 ( only two men fcs crossed
for the tird co seciative tune. In; the fi ih lin., Fossum winning the
L0,9 AN ELE7S-The crack 4p- the -9-5 yard free style. Torell con1- eent with Townsend placing sec-
genti.ae Polo team will '1arlng its t~ributea a victor'; to the cause of ,cuid. Pocock annexed t-he laurels
invasion of the United States to a the engineers. in the 25 yard free style, and Uhl-
close by leaving for South America The sophomore lits gained a first, man cineied the 50 yard race. Cre{-
next Tuesday. Thus they will not place in the ,25 yard breast stroke go and Gates walked off with thei
compete in the international'I when Lance outstripped Fechh ci-j honors in back stroke events, with
mate es at 'Meadowbrook in the mer, who carried the hopes of the victories in th : 25 and 50 yard dis-
fall. class of ' 9; g.d onther when )Ew- t9,nces respectively.

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* I Sport BriefsI
(Continued From Page 6)
heavyweight, wrestler, he has ac-
cepte~d the job of wrestling miatch-
maker for the Madison Squaare Gar-
dhen.
Walter Johunou iwild not b
giveni much of a chance to wield
* the managerial pruiing wife
this .year. The Sejiatqrs took
onlyr 28 #Ien to training camp,
a smualler nunber than any
'other major league te'.m
BOSTON - Tomn Heeney, whose
pugilistic career was virtually anid-I
ed by Gene Tunney, has arrived In
*this country from Cape Town, Af-
rica. He said that he returned at
the request of his manager and so
could not statean plans for the
*future.an

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Ever since 19-19, -when several
members of the White JSex were
banished from professional base-
ball for their part in the Black Sex
scandal, the Chicago entry in the
American League has been an also
ran. Manager after manager has
tried to turn the club into .a win-
ning outfit without success; this
year a new one will try his luck
at the task.
Donie Bush is the first experienc-
ed big league pil6t to be called upon
to manage the club since the -scan-
dal.. His several years of :more than
ordinarily successful work with the
Pittsburgh team .has 1piroved his
worth as a leader of maj or league:
ball teams.
Chicago's hopes are higher than
they have been for the past few
years, although no cause can be
found for undue optimism even yet.
T'he advent of Bush as manager,
and the gradual improvement of
several young players, has given the
team hopes of climbing above; sev-
eral other clu~bs that finished ahead
of it last year.
Carl.Reynolds will retain his out-
field position in center, and will be
flanked on the left by Johnny Wat-
wood, a substitute on last year's
teamn, and Smnead Jolley, a hard
slugger from the Pacific Coast

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league. Jolley is one of the great-
est hitters ever developed in the
minors, and should cause many an
opposing pitcher considerable wor-
ry this season.
Bud Clancy has been working out
at first, but now that Art Shires has)
signed a contract he may succeed
iwinning the position again this i
season. Cissell has been shifted
from short to second,-and Bill Hun-;
nefield, a former second baseman,
will cover short. Jeffries, a new-
comner, will understudy Hunnefield. I
IKamm, of course, will again -be on
third.
Moe .Berg and Chick Autry head
the list of mediocre :catchers, nei-
ther of them being especially strong
hitters, although. both of them can
handle themselves well behind the
plate.
IA great group of pitchers con- !
I stitute Bush's chief hopes for the
club's promised climb. Ted Lyons
and Al Thomas are two of the best
hurlers in the American league, {
while one .or two winners ought to
be found. out of the group including1
Weiland, Adkins, McKain, Walsh,
Henry, Caraway, and Blankenship.
McKain showed up fairly well last'
year, and with a year of experi-
ence behind him may come through+
with a good season.

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