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Laufer and Crabbe GABBY STREET TAKES4
'Take National AAUROEAHEM
Sprint Swim Titles 19) .._
FIFTEEN NTT ORS.Card Line-up Should Bort Many
hit iiV VI II(1y Associated Press)
Walter Laufer, Lake Shore Ath- tea'y htters.
Six Wolverine Tankmen Receive letic club star, and Clarence "Bus- SCn
AMA' fr Se ter" Crabbe, ace of the Honolulu
Outrigger Canoe club swimmers, come used to having a new mana-!
on 1930 Squad. today were one up on the field seek- ger every season, no matter how
ing national A. A. U. swimming the pilot of the preceeding year
1931 PROSPECTS STRONG titles.!fared. Thuswhen Gabby street
Laufer, swimming in his homea . , n ht
Swimming awards for the 1930 pool, ,retained his 100-yard free was appointed to succeed Bil Mc-h
season were announced yesterday style title last night, but bowed to ! Kenchie as the 1430 leader no un-
by Coach Matt Mann. Fifteen Var- the Honolulu star in the 300-yard due interest Nvas caused among the!
sity natators were named as win- individual medley race.. ranks of the M9found City rooters, ,
ners of the coveted block M and six tonight, the 200-yard breaststroke,; who were undoubtedly expecting.
more received AMA's. Several of 1 the 400-yard relay and the low something of the sort.
the awards were given on the basis board fancy diving. Preliminaries Street is a veteran major leaguer
in the latter test set for last with no managerial experience. It
of services rendered by members of night, were dropped because of the is a question whether or not he will
the Varsity water polo team. !small entry. fare as well as his predecessors, but
Captain Ault, McCaffree, Gold- unless owner Sam Breadon ex- -
smith, Fishman, Walker, and Walai- j periences a change of heart, it isI
tis were the seniors who received more than likely that this will be .
7dnYEI TANKMEN, his last season as the St. Louis pi
Varsity letters. In addition, Ladd, #!lot. Breadon is like that.
Miller, Raike, Valentine, Hubley,1 For his first year at. the helm of

ON NEW Cleveland Class C
OF CARDINALS Polo Champs AfterFP,
PROSPECTSThree Team Entry,
t L\ ; i : GOOU941 ~(By Associated Press)!ON T I L M ID
P O E S O D Out of three attempts, the Cleve-
Generally Strong Squad Shows land Polo association has gained Stress on Individual Play Was
Weakness Only in High one of the national idoor polo Feature of Second Game
Jump, Distances. lchamplonships. Cleveland, sole mid- in Practice Series.
dle western contender in the han-
GOODELL PROVES STAR icap events, entered three teams QUAD GETS INTO SHAPE
in the low goal championships and
Coach Hoyt's freshman track ag- came through to victory in Class C. Coach Ray Fisher gave five more
has showns C Cac Ry iitrgaeThe mr
gregation has already shown that it The Cleveland B and D class of his moundsmen their first taste
has several promising members on contenders were defeated in their of outdoor competition in an eight
its roster, and the coming of the first games, but the class B trio of inning game yesterday afternoon
outdoor season has materfally W. H. Zink, Capt. C. Radcliff and in which, incidently, the nine which
strengthened the squad through the W. H. White won three successive with a stretch of imagination, could
addition of several field events in contests, taking the championship be called the regulars, defeated th^
which the yearlings have extreme- last alight by defeating the New Yannigans, 7 to 4.
y capab!eperformers. The ham- Jersey representative, the Ridge- At this stage of the game Coach
mer, javelin, and discus throws will wood polo club, 7 1-2 to 3. Fisher is worried less about the
undoubtedly be capably taken eare
of, but weakness in the high jump r makeup of a first string lineup than
and the distance runs prevents the t E L 1i NNI he is about the performances of the
A wSCited Pe ,r Photo first year men from having a well- ;Uindividuals. Yesterday afternoon's
Gabby Street, balanced aggregation. game disclosed the fact that every
A promising performer has been IIM fh~l~ ID IV ntesudnestenx
n, Frankhouse, and Halla- uncovered in the javelin throw in anweekto e polish odff somethe ofntet
re outstanding among the the person of Goodell who has rouk spos oe the outhe
r members of the staff, 1thrown the bamboo spear 174 feet. rough spots before the southern
Al Grabowski, a minor league Roberts also shows considerable Outdoor Wotiouts Continue in trip.
of note, appears to have promise, having a throw of 160 feet Spite of High Winds and While the pitching was all that
regular berth with the club to his 'credit. could be expected from men in their
s early season showings. A host of discus tossers including Heavy Track. first game out of doors, the infield-
one looks for the St. Louis ! McCrath, Damm, Seiffert, and Cox }.ers and outfielders were given plen-
to burn up the senior circuit have been averaging around 120 RELAY FOUR SHOW FORM ty of opportunity to show their
ason, but it should make its feet. Cox also has a mark of 115'- -- wares with the result that practic-
ary good showing providing feet, 4 inches in the hammer throw By taking a substantial lead at ally every player made at least one
treet can gain the confidence followed by Sollberg with a distance the start and neve relinquishing it clean, brainy play but at the same
players in his first season as of 90 feet. h time everyone who had a chance
ub pilot. At this early date . Hitt, wth 21 feet, 11 3-4 inches, to make over two plays pulled some
rdinals appear as the logical Kline, with 21 feet, 6 inches and Chuck Hoyt's freshman 440 relay very raw errors. However, it is
TJackson, with 21 feet, are among team beat the regular Wolverine this occasional rustiness only that
to contest Bert Shotten's I the leading broad jumpers. Roth, runners in a trial 440 relay race prevented the Wolverine club from
elhaPile nta lbsIahurdler, has shown marked im-runrinatal40eayac looking like championship contend-
pt to secure a first division 1provement in both speed and form yesterday afternoon with the fasts e
ers from the _standpoint of fielding.
in his evernit and is fast taking rank time of 43 and 3-5 seconds. For the first four innings Coach
- *with the best hurdle prospects. Each man runs a 110 yards and Fisher used Montague on the
TITLES ARE With only two days' workouts on passes the baton to his teammate. mound and Truskowski behind the
Et T UE I D Ferry Field behind them the team The time, in view of the very soft plate for the regulars with Comp-
is still working under wraps. Full track and high wind was consider- ton and Duckman forming the bat-
distances are -being run but only at ed good and comes within two sec- tery for the reserves.
championships remain to be an easy pace. Coach Hoyt an- ed go te rcord frthi evn at - While Montague held the Yan-
d On the Independent sport nounced that a series of telegraphic onds of the rec d for thiseby Notr nigans scoreless, Compton allowed
tar before the winter season meets beginning about May i will Dame in 1927. The freshman Nuar-!the regulars two funs although he
aibe scheduled for his charges, but made up of Radford, Kron- appeared to be an outstanding con-
to a close. Thethat until that time efforts will be t was tender for a regular berth. McNeal
ment is well under way with devoted toward perfecting form and Feld, Lamb, and Hitt, running in who replaced Compton was wild
teams surviving the opening improving marks. and touched for three runs in the

Hughes, Boudt, mitn, and Hosmer
were recipients of the highest
award. AMA's were won by Thomp-
son, Brown, Grimshaw, R Staelin,
McDonald, and Lait.
The Michigan Varsity swimmers
have received these awards after
the completion of a season in
which they won note by taking
every Big Ten dual meet on theirf
schedule, defeating every team ex-
cept Northwestern by an over-
whelming score. However, in the
crucial test at Evanston when the
championshp was to be decided in
the all-Conference meet, the Wol-
verines lost out to the powerful)
Later in the season the North-;
western swimmers again proved
the nemesis of the Maize and Blue
by taking first honors at the na-
tional -meet at Harvard, forcing.
Coach Mann's men into second
place. Finally in the last meet of1
the season, the Wolverines suffer-
ed the worst defeat of the season'
when thew bowed to Yale 41-21.
Coach Mann is expecting an ex-j
cellent squad for the 1931 season.l
Smith, a sophomore, will be back
to swim in the sprints and will be7
aided by a group of fast free styl-
ers from this year's yearling squad.
Valentine and Boldt, back strok-
ers, each have 'another year of
competition, and Miller and Staelint
will return to swim the breast
stroke, with Ladd, another sopho-
more, to" swim in the distance;
events. Raike will be relied on for
and fancy diving.,

11IL U L1IL 1W V1L 111 L the club Street will manage a team$Johnso
that, on paper, appears to be no han ar
Fourteen *Men on Strong First better than the St. Louis club of younge
Year Squad Aw d1929. The club appears to have a while A
S Awarded .potential punch at the plate, but h-urler
1933 Sweaters. none of the pitchers have been de- Iwon a
-- livering up to expectations during i for his
ITEAM IS WELL-BALANCED the early training period. No.
Hafey, Douthit, Orsatti, Roette- entry .
Swimming numerals were award- ger, and Holm form a heavy hit- this se
ed to fourteen members of the ting and fairly good defensive out- custom
yearling tank team yesterday. This field. With these men in the line-f that St
Syear's freshman swimming team up the Cards need hardly worryI of his!
sone of the strongest quadsover the batting problem. Helping the clu
beasts these five gardeners in the matter the Ca
in years with fast men in almost Iof driving in runs will be Jim Bot- team
every event. As an all-round man tomley, first baseman, who ranks Philad
Schmieler, yearling star is out- among the premier sluggers of the: attemp
standing, showing good form in the National League. berth.
back stroke, sprints, and distance Sparky Adams, obtained from the l
events, with the breast stroke his Pittsburgh Pirates in a trade, will Z TW4
specialty. be the likely starter at second base,
Th otherebeofth adalthough Frank Frisch may play
The ct members 1 lhe sqa the position if Andy High contin-
who were awarded their 1933 swea- ues his good work at third. Early Two
KlintwothKennedy MVa reuChase ,season plans called for Frisch to: decided
inak, Sanborn, Goldberg, Fenske play third and Adams second. Gel-! ealend;
Meigs, Hartwell, and Kinswell. ' bert will round out the Cardinal draVs
In addition to Schmieler in theinfield at shortstop.
free style sprints, the Wolverine Jimmy Wilson, Earl Smith, andtu
freshmen have Chase, Sanborn, Gus Mancuso ought to do a good; seven
Klintworth, Morgan, and Marcus, IJob of handling the pitchers. Both rounds
who are all fast in the short dis- Wilson and Smith are veterans, Sucker
tances. while Mancuso is the regular back- the c
Kennedy is a fast quarter miler j stop of last year's Rochester teamth
and will be relied on to fill the va- i of the International League. Kansas
cancy left by Garnet Ault, this Sherdel and Haines are the vet- testing
year's captain. Chase and Lemak I eran pitchers that well return to The Co
will bear the burden of the breast the club this year, althcugh sever- the tit.
stroke along with Schmieler, and al younger men who played for the Bow]
Fenske will pair up with Raike for club last season also will wear the light i
the fancy diving. Cardinals uniform again in 1930. the chi


. With the Comets and
s; already in the semi-finals,
Olympics, Saints, Maroons,
s City and Actuaries are con-
for the right to meet them.
amets are favored to capture
ing occupies the other spot-
n Independent circles with,
ampionship almost decided.

MONTREAL, April 3.-With high
hopes of bringing the Stanley cup'
back to Canada after a two year
stay in the United States, Les Ca-
nadiens, Montreal's Flying French-
men, go into the second game of
the series for the professional,
hockey championship trophy
against the Boston Bruins at the[
forum tonight.

consisted of Dalton seymour, Mif final inning.
Murray, Eddie Tolan, and Camp- Deyelsky, whom Coach Fisher
bell. used in the final two innings for
Yesterday marked the second the regulars, is now one of the big
day of the outdoor work-outs of question marks of the Wolverine
the cinder path squad with thei nine. He is the only knuckle ball
greater part of the afternoon con- pitcher to appear at Michigan in
fined to light conditioning runs. the memory of Coach Fisher and
Passing the baton was stressed due has possibilities of developing into
to the importance of this factor in one of the strongest members of
short relay races. the pitching staff.

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