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Second String Team Scores Two By Pat Patton. ionship. Three goals behind coming
in First But Lose If you want us to, we can easily to the last-period, the Bruins put
Leprove that golf is mostly monkey up a terrific fight and sent what Answer Questionnaires
business. Obviously, our only reason looked like the tying goal into the on Stalling.
HURLERS SHOW UP WELL for attempting to prove an already net only to have the referee rule CRAIG RUBY Z LEADER
accepted fact is that Bobby Jones1 it out on account of interference.
Rolling up a total of 15 runs to-7 says it is. (Spcciai"The Daily
in eight innings of play at Ferry W a observe that three ex-
Field, CoachtFisher's regulars again Bobby tells us that he was Notre Dame footballers signed CHAMPAIGN, April 4-A major-
spindly legged, underweight, up for coaching jobs on the ity of the nig scool coaches of!
took the measure of the Yannigans and that his digestion was bad same day. Rip Miller, of four the state who answered a ques-
in the third practice game of the, when he first took up golf. He Horsemen fame, goes to =the tionnaire sent out by Craig Ruby,
pre-season series. The game was didn't go about his golf like you Navy; Carberry, an end is to University of Illinois basketball
or I would. Ile simply walked I help out Crowley at MichiganI
marred by numerous errors on the and watched other lars State and Chet Wynne has af- coach, are positively in favor of
part of both teams, but the pitch- principally Stewart Maiden. fixed his signature to an Ala- some change in the rules will elim-
ing and hitting showed to much Afterwards he aped what he bama contract. inate the stlling game.!
better advantage than they have saw, good or bad. Out of all .this jIA majority also favored the re-
since the squad left the Field house. jumble of golfing forms has Michigan State dropped the tention of the center jump and
Getting off to f flying start the emerged what is now consider-- opening game of its southern base- most coaches thought that the "no
ed to be golfs perfect stylist. j (Continued on Page 7) , catching" on the center jump in- I
Yannigans collected two runs in -tu ls ea r as ic-
troduced last year was satisfac-,
the first, but were smothered in the Jones really carried this mimi- riawkeye Track Star tory. More than 800 questionnaires
same frame'by the six counters cry to extremes. He could reproduce I Acrobat i er were mailed of which 422 were re-
perfectly theIform of everyrmem-r,
which the regulars pushed across perfy the form of every mem- que turned, although all questions were
theplte.Th Vrsi ws{ ber of his club and was frequently and istance Runner !not answered by some and others
the plate. The Varsity was helpedf called on to put on a show for the a D n Reroansweredidefiniteld
materially in this inning by reserve members. He admits the show was (Special to Tile ywere answered indy.
errors, but several clean hits were funny but he has cut it out because IOWA CITY, April 4.-Consider iCoach Ruby, who will present t e
interspersed in the play. some people felt hurt. Jack Moulton, one of the Univer- material to the rules committee of
Regulars Score Again. sity of Iowa's married men-agile thl Coa essed is ae-
Three more runs in the last half Would-be golfers will see in acrobat, sparkling sprinter, 50 sec- ball Coaches, expressed hi his rei-j
of the second-swelled the regular this a chance to greatly im- ond quarter miler, and fleetest of gtin of the responses and his re-
total again, while their opponents prove their game. Away with the Hawkeye 880-yard runners. All gr-matltespessoblly.
were unable to count. A triple by winter lessons and professional of these assignments have been er many letters personally. r
Superko and a timely single by I instruction. Just take a sum- filled with distinction by the Coun- Coach Ruby summarized thf rel-
Butler were a deciding factor in mer or two off and play hound- l Bluffs man within the past six sponses as follows:
and play houd-Positiveluysfavoringhiatchanget in
this rally. The regulars chalked dog to some first class golf pro- ; weeks. Some of versatility first be- tPositively favoring a change in
up five more during the third when fessional. You may even become came known in the middle of Feb- the rules eliminating the stalling
Hill drove in Truskowski and Mc- another Bobby Jones. ruary when Moulton, place-winner game-268. Wanting no echange--
place - innr 128. Some said "the responsibili ,y
Cormick with a triple and himself in two Big Ten indoor champion- 2on defense." Stalling rposb-
scored on Butler's -double. During The Boston Bruins appeared wto ship half mile races and lead-off sion often. b alli or pinsell
this time the Yannigans were un- be unbeatable during the regular , man on the Drake relays title two oer the-fourths o t n g es.
able to score, bringing the count hockey season. Nevertheless, they mile quartet, performed on the r three-fourths of the wasmes.
to 14-2 into the fifth inning. Here lost out to Les Canadiens for the gym team in the flying rings and probably small courts are used, em-
the Yannigans decided to take a Stanley Cup, emblematic of the tumbling events against Chicago.ys
hand in the play and pushed four world's professional hockey champ- This occurred a few days after he ploy little stalling, most of them
runs across the plate. Presbrey re- had won the half mile in the Carle using a man-to-man defense all w
placed Hill for the regulars inAhis ton dual meet. over the court. Most of the stalling
frame and seemed to have trouble Conference Committee At the approach of the impor- is used by teams larger cities n
in finding the plate, walking four akes At thapproach he impodhi where the play probably is on large w
plate, Makes ~Two Important tant track meets, he ceased his cut.A
men in a row to start the scoring. Changs in Tank Rules acrobatics altogether. Pete Walter, A
After this, however, he tightened ______I1Tak e Marquette's Canadian Olympic
down and gave such an exhibition At a recent meeting of the West- team star, bowed to the Iowan in a
of hurling which makes him a ern Conference committee in 1:57 9-10 half mile, and when Or-
serious contender for a place on charge of swimming regulations val Martin of Purdue lowered the
the team. Both teams were able to several changes were made in the conferenceyindoor mark, Moulton Germ an-Am erlei
score one more run before the rules governing, all -Con ference and trailed only a few yards in his
dame TompkiscPitehesdual swimming meets between Big wake.51Eat ilamSre
TompkinsPitches.Ten teams. Most important of these Short an experienced lead-off E
On the first string outfit which regulations was that the 200 yard man for the mile relay team at "The Home of'
Coach Fisher put on the field! yes- free style relay will be changed to time of the Illinois carnival. Coach'I
terday Hudson, Butler, Daniels, and a 400 yard relay with each man of G. T. Bresnahan brought .his sen-' SUNDAY
Superko comprised tek starting in- the quartet swimming 100 yards in- ior star down to the quarter mile.
field with Truskowski, McCormick, stead of 50 as ┬░formerly The Hawkeye ran 51 seconds, one- Ro tal
and Hill stationed in the gardens I In addition, the committee d- fifth of a second slower than the Turkey,
and Tompkins and Morrison form- cided to drop the present rules in Illini armory track record, and Roast Stuffed Chicken
ing the battery. The Yanngan regard to the fancy diving event faster than any of his team-mates. Try our large T-hon
line-up was Crouch, Kiabassa, and adopt the same rules that gov- An old Gold two mile relay team Wi French bri
Dorn, and Lindsay in the infield, ern Olympic competition. The out- a week later ran a special race at;
Langen, Garrison, and Hazen in standing difference is that the Cleveland. There was Moulton Open During Spring
ing eldithsDuckman receiveeJeOlympic rules provides for a high- traveling the half mile as anchor rom 7 a. m. ic
er diving board to be used, man.
Presbrey relieved Tompkins atrb
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Hindered by Weather
I in Spring Work-outs
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scarcity of promising candidates
are the main causes of worry to the Blocking, Tackling, and Passing
' Big Ten grid mentors in the spring Practice Featurcs Drill
work-outs. Wherever there are a
number of likely prospects the of Football Squad.
grid-iron masters have to be satis-
fled with secondary claims on the With the mercury climbing near
men in a great many cases because the 65 degree mark, Coach Harry
of the regular spring sports. ; Kipke sent his spring football can-
"Nobe" Kizer is sending his Pur- didates through a long drill on
due gridders through some long
practices after the recent lay-off South Ferry Field. The weather
during the spring recess. The conditions proved ideal for base-
Boilermakers' new mentor is filling ball charges but a bit warm for
up the gaps in his backfield caused sustained football workouts.
by the loss of last fall's crack ball-
toting combination, and appears to Fundamentals continued to be
be rounding a likely macnne into stressed by the Varsity mentor and
reality. As an added incentive to nothing is being left undone which
the wind sprints Coach Kizer an- will preclude a possibility of a
nounced that Purdue would repre- thorough knowledge of the.,essen-
sent the Big Ten in the football re- thorogh ege of the esse
lay at the Drake races. tials of the game by the entire
With the weather everything but squad when Michigan begins her
ideal for football "Gloomy" Glenn drive next fall to recover the foot-
Thistlethwaite has plenty of op- ball prestige which for a two year
portunity to wear his famous stretch has failed to crown the at-
frown, and he is certainly making
the most of his chances. As an ad- tempts of the Wolverines on the
ded cause for worry the Wiscon- intercollegiate gridiron.
sin chief is faced with the task of Coach Kipke plans to drill his
keeping his veterans in the folds of men in a slow and secure fashion
the grid-iron, as they appear to to insure plenty of time on the
have a tendency to try their luck fundamentals of the game and
at the other spring activities on probably will not have anything
the Badger sport calendar. which approaches regular scrim-
Bob Zuppke has been sending mage play before the spring holi-
his charges through long scrim- days.
mage sessions and has succeeded Blocking, tackling, and passing
in uncovering some promising ma- practice continued to be stressed
terial. Snook, a sophomore back, in yesterday's drill. A fair pro-
has thrown off his reserve and dis-. ficiency in these essentials was evi-
played -such marked ability in sev- ;denced by the group as a whole for
eral departments of the game so this early in the spring workout
as to bring words of praise from sessions.
the veteran mentor and hig staff of-f
assistants. -
Pat Page is having his difficul-
ties downat Indiana. He has even A
had to call off scrimmages because
of a scarcity in candidates. The
other day he had just enough men at the
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Te enu o Le nra inning wnie
Bartholomew stepped into the box
for the Yannigans in the fourth
only to .be greeted by Hudson with
a triple. However the gridiron star!
could not score from third and the]
regulars remained scoreless in that
The batters showed more of the
form which was expected of
them yesterday than they have in
the practice game to date, but theJ
fielding of both teams was some-
what of a disappointment.

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