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_. T CHICAGO LOOKS TO ANOTHER TITLE
- CLAIMING NATIONAL LEAGUE TEAM D
round out the infield at thir. For
PROVE STRONGEinfield reserves IvcCarthy has Beck
and Blar, two holdovers from last

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year. By Pat Patton. Haven after having spent a week
Easterners Tail With But Four _IWith a slugging outfield such a Uniforms Issued to Large Squad Spring football is with us again. instructing Yale ends and backs in
st an d Second Places Cuyer, Wilson, and Stephenson for Opening of Annual For the past several seasons, it has the art of forward passing. Art Is
in Recent Meet. orm, the Cubs should have n< Practice Session. been cusonary tor the Reds and the word if we are to be permitted
great worry about lack of hitting ____ Bles to tear up ine turf in South to judge.
TI NOHRH NR ..* trength. Backing up these threc INSHA Erry Field in preparing for the
men ae Cliff Heahcote and Dainm T SQUAD IS TOP real campaign to come in the fal. The passing of Hugo Bezdek
Taylor, both of them good hitter The idea of a Red and Blue team as head football coach at Penn
Despite the widely advertised and outfielders. Coach Harry Kipke definitely es-is artificial and arbitrary and with- State may also mark the pass-
supremacy of the East over the re- Malone, Root, Bush, Blake, and tablished the best of all alibis for is ral andatrynd wing of ghost' football at that
mainder of the country, intercolle- Carlson form the nucleus for an ihe success of his 1930 Wolv'rie u oral onation, ofeer-. rnstitution. Bedek installed
excellent mound staff, these men gridiron campaign when he an- g Thr is no a blol relan powerfultights on the stadium
giate swimming taent the show- ..l........rall turning in good performance nounced that outdoor spring prac- that's what makes the long sessions and he was known often to
hags in Harvard's recent national last season in the Cubs' fight for a tice will be inaugurated in earnest difficult to bear. What is needed is drive his team long into the
aquatic meet give the middle west -... *"'world title. Added to this group aE this afternoon (All Fool's Day) on a re'al liVe issue to fight for. The j evening. Much of the criticism
and far western swimmers an ad- several promising newcomers, in. Ferry Field. valuable trophy award is not directed at his failure to turn
vantage over the more numerous eluding Teachout, Moss, Lauten-j Despite the apparent possibilities enough. There ought to be some- out winning football teams
eastern competitors. It however,1 bacher. and Shealy. Shealy has ha of a week's drill on heavy fields, h m centered around this point. He E
must be noted that Yale's strong previous experience with the Yank- 75 candidates had been issued uni- was accused of burning out
team was not entered. ees. Another new man, Nelson, ha 'forms late yesterday afternoon In view of recent develop- his squad.
Six first and second places fell to p dbeen rather a disappointment thi from the Varsity supply room. This ments on the campus, we are
the splashers from west of the Al- Chic go had aight to be far, but may come around to win- number included as well as letter- suggesting that the teams ought Bill Tilden is still master show-
leghenies while but four first and of its ball club last year, In spite ning form before the season opens. men who will begin the drive to to be called Wets and Drys imen of them all. In refusing to
second places were earned by the of the fact that the Cubs dropped r ... etain their posts of a year ago a this spring. Things would then play Junior Coen in the finals of
seaboard performers. Third and the world series to the American 'arge number of first squad re- liven up, we suspect, and be- the men's tennis tournament at
fourth honors were equally divid League representatives, the Phila- serves and B team men as well as sides, e voight be able to get Cannes, trance, recently, he set the
Cd at five places for each section. delphia Athletics. This season Joe the large number of aspiring first an additional vote out of this fans to howling and demanding
In the 50 yard free style number Mc'athtes.ruis'sot hasIyear men which usually swell the situation the Literary Digest their money back. The report fails
the western representation man- strengtheed several of the ,weakerr fold of the spring gridiron clan hadn't figured on. to state if the fans were successful.
aged 'to take the first four places. Threeweeks of iidoor conditiop-I
The preponderance of eastern su- pstoso atya' ainlUI' ~ ful ti T '
league- champions, wth e rti - ing in the Intramural Building Witnesses to the Yale-Harvard The Oklahoma Aggies wrest-M
periornty proved to be in the med- ghave served an excellent purpose and Yale-Princeton games next ling team made the 2,000 mile
ley an breast stroke events. that the team should be stonger Two Squads Already Entered and Coach Kipke will lead his fall will be asked to pay $5 a seat. trip from Tulsa to State Col-
Michigan's showing was very The weak spot at third base. and Many More Will aarge squad on the field this aft- The announcement was purposely lege, Pennsylvania by auto for
creditable, the Mann coached com- . ' File Soon. rnoon in the best condition a first made early to allow patrons an op- the national collegiate wrest-
bfne finishing a strong second in fic Norman McMillan tried to 19,.sbefay spring football call has ever portunity to get their budgets in ling championships. Certainly
the team compilations behind (l sucesfuly m192,thsiben een here at Michigan. shape. no one can accuse them of
Nothwestern's c h a m p i ns I h i p plugged up with the acquisition of Marchal3 -na)The absence of the doughty cap- over-emphasis on travel by
claiming efforts. Several disappoint- Lester Bell from the Braves. Bell LAWRENCE, Kas., March 31- tain, Ducky Simrall, from the When golfing records are rail.
ments were in store for the Wol- did not have an extra good year Entry blanks neatly filled out for ranks of the pre-season condition- broken, Bobby Jones has some- j
veries however in their bid for the wthBostold e m aire the Kansas Rclays are ranked ing session will be marke because ing to do with the breakin. FARRELL'S SQUAD
ch mpionship honors. both the Boston and St. Loui equally with the first robins as of the prominent part Simrall has Tossing aside his law books the RD
Wolverine performers were kept .eplayed in past spring workouts. other day, lie shot 'a 69 to all LLS
out of the point scoring showing teams, Rogers Hornsby, critics look harbingers of spring at. the Un- The Wolverine grid leader has 'elec- but break another course rec-n
by narrow margins. In the finals of for Bell to pull a comeback. versity of K ns'aS. ted to forego the benefits of the ord of long standing. He still it (Continued Pram Page 6)
the breast stroke event Bob Gold- Gabby tnth starback- And 'spring surely has arrived on early season drill in order to in- declares h wants to become a witer competition due to a brok-
smt, vtrn sa, w s n sd otstop of the club, was unable toY eirsh wa t tob c m
smith, veteran star, was nosed out play last year for the team, and Mount Cread, for the first entries sure a perfect recovery from an great lawyer. We wonder what ! en bone in his foot but appears to
of the show, finishing fifth. In the as a result the Chicago catching!for the eighth annual holding of operation which he underwent be- he would accomplish if he |be available for the approaching
50 yard free style, Fel Hosmer a s e theKansas games here April 19 tween semesters really wanted to become a great I ds
after winning his way into the staffwas one of the weakest spots have arrived at the athletic office. There is a possibility of Simrall's j golfer.
semi finals in fast competition was:o tre club Zept Tith The University of Wisconsin and returning to the fold sometime Yesterday's session was confined
forced out. Gabby back McCarthy should have Washington University of St. Louis , after Spring vacation bu-t it seems Benny Friedman has left New to warming up following their I
In the diving where Michigan few worries about his catching' entries in the mail together to assured that he will not draw any ---1week's vacation from the track and
supporters had expected to see ffproblem. qualify as the first received for this very heavy assignments. Bill Hewitt, Penn BOXing Captain ( consisted in short races and prac-
some Michigan scores chalkedup Charley Grimm on first base middle western sports carnival. star sophomore wingman, is in ex- Die i
Walaitis experienced an off day should have no trouble in keeping Jones Enters Forty-Three. cellent condition and has addedpi i passing byahearea
and failed to show well while Raike. his plce, while Rogers Hornsby is Coach Tom Jones has listed I enough weight to insure him a (y Associated Press)
despitean injury kept on to fics a cinch at second. If Hornsby keeps forty-three of his Big Ten indoor sure fire place in the battle for All- PeILADELPHIA March 31.- r the half mile distance and the
efor the finals.xI up the good work of last season' champs as possible contestants at Conference end honors. The coroner's office has requested I team made up of Glading, Dalton-
f ihinasqthe Cubs can be almost sure of the Kansas relays. Among the Wis- ' '- that William Struble, member of Seymour, Russell and Dale Sey-
finishing high in the race. At short- consin athletes rated as favorites I the Pennsylvania State college box- our,
turned in another startling per- stop Woody English is favored to I in their events will be Sam Behr, FOOTBALL NOTICE. ring team, come to Philadelphia for I feated a quartet of Feustel, Mur-
formance in outdistancing Rut- keep his position, while Bell wi big shot putter, who won the Big I All men out for spring foot- questioning in connection with the ray, Smith and Campbell, turning
ges in the finals of the free style----------- - Ten indoor put this season at 46 ball will report to outdoor prac- death of Oliver Horne, captain of in the time of 13 for the 880.he
combine number to furnish the feet 1 3-4,inches,.and Shaw, who tice this afternoon. the University of Pennsylvania box- quarter milers gained an early lead
only Michigan first place win of the Purdue Baseball Team took the Big Ten high jump at 6 CCoacho tarryike.sinlasiuad.through Glading and retained it
d.y 'tothBiTehihjm at6CahHryKpke ig qud for the entire race. 'Camh beif
day Opens Schedule Friday feet 1 inch. Both of these Badgers, Horne died Saturday night of thr. p, of
however, will find plenty of stiff CORNELL UNIVERSITY- Cor- pneumonia, which developed after the sprinter's four, put up a stiff.
(Specni to Thy I;ii 'competition in these events, even 'nell's 1930 Varsity baseball club left he had been operated on for re- spurt against Dale Seymour .aid
LAFAYETTE, Ind., March 31. - though they undoubtedly will be i for its annual training trip in the moal of a blood clot from the picked up much of the yarcage
Handed an enforced layoff from making much better marks by the South Saturday. In addition to the brain. Horne and Struble, 160- that his three teammates dropped,
Iramurai
drill by a weatherman who provid- time of their outdoor appearance, sixteen players, two coaches, two pounders, met in a three-round but not enough to press the dimin-
ed a blanket of snow over Stuart here. All six relay races are enter- managers and a trainer made up , bout in the intercollegiate champ- utive Wolverine 440 star who fin-
News Field just when plans called for the ed by Wisconsin. jthe party. iosips here March 22. ishedfour yards ahead of him
° start of an intensive five-day Coach J. E. Davis of Washngton''--
"spring vacation" drill, Purdue's University has entered nine men,'
Entry blanks for spring sports baseball squad will only have three listing them for competition in the
have been placed in the mails and days to prepare for the season's 100 yard dash, 120 yard high hur-
'the closing date for these entries opening two-game series with Wa- Idles, running high jump, running T
has been set for April 9. Schedules bash here on Friday and Saturday. .broad jump pole vault and medley
will then be drawn up, with compe- Inasmuch as weather conditions relay. In the Washington squad I B N C
tition ready to start immediately had made it impossible for effec- entered are included Weber, winner
after vacation. Three team sports tive work on the infield and kept of the Missouri Valley Conference ESTABLISHED 1843
are on the bill for independent,, the green staff of pitchers from indoor high jump, and Miller, who- '
fraternity and class teams. These demonstrating their wares, Coach tied for first in the conference in- SCIENTIFIC
3ports are indoor baseball, tennis, Lambert had planned to take ad- door pole vaultt.
and horseshoes. vantage of the spring vacation pe- Entri'es Close April 9. LABORATORY SUPPLIES
Teams are urged to be prompt in rod that started Tuesday for a Entries for the Kansas Relays, 3.-
returning their entry blanks. It is practice period that would enable are not closed until April 9, and DRUGSUI
estimated that approximately one him to whip the squad into some many coaches will await the out-
hundred baseball teams will be in semblance of form for the initial come of the Texas and Southern
the various leagues. I Wabash series. Methodist relays and later outdoor
Various activities are listed on The weatherman, however, had ' tryouts before making their d- 200.202 F. LIBERTY STREET
the All-Campus program for spring. other ideas, and at the last minute cisions on men to compete at the
The All-Campus tennis tournament Lambert's plans were changed and Kansas meet. 0._____
starts April 14, followed by the the baseball squad released to The Kansas Relays always has
starts oe ouApril A ri14,,gol dorne ho ewthheest ofhe)dra nabig ent ylstndeco ds_____________________________________________________1'lttiillllllllllllili I ?
horseshoe tournament April 17, golf journey home with the rest of the drawn a big entry list and records --_ ___________
and archery May 6, and rifle shoot- student body for a few days re- I attest that quality of competition
ing May 8. At present the All- spite from class room work. has been high. The good weather -
Frosh events' are limited to two: , As a result of the curtailed drill and mild temperature on tap for I
the tennis tournament which opens plans, Purdue's starting lineup for five of the seven past holdings of
April 14, and a baseball field day the week's games remains largely the Kansas meet have caused -
for which no date has been defi- , a matter of conjecture, for the coaches to expect ideal track con-
nitely set. The latter activity con- Boilermakers have had little op- ditions at this national event. ,

sists of six events; the throw for portunity to work as a team on,1O eW
ntdistance; fungo hitting for dis- + the diamonld. Pitching choices are Madison, March 31-Coach Glenn IN'ews
'tance; frun r;the t bases for time; especially up o the air, for noneI Thistlethwaite, Wisconsin's grid 4
catcher's throw from home plate of the hurlers have dared unlimber coach, is gloomy today following a - -'
second for accuracy; target their arms to the fullest extent six inch snowfall which has de- INE CLOTHESo
toh eod fr acrayrIECOHSow for a ur y; are th w whl edevr g to gve the niey pkd hs ud rspm
of 90 feet; and a zone throw. coaches some line on their abilities. football practice plans. -b
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