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April 09, 1930 - Image 6

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=__ S B FatORndafil go ichn IIL U! U~I~ Long before he became famous
cession, and now with a fairly good;!a h coach of several point a mn-;.
baasebaad aTeamryGetsdOutchoors Prospects for Four Man Winning i Lte teams at -the University of I Ltera I
Aggint Following One Day club he again aspires to that hon-! Ta Bih a etr : Michigan, Professor ;Fielding H.aS
Styr.Fil Toee 1a yeBrihs etrn;Yost, more affectionately known as ." sS
SainFed oueh 'ETwo former American League' lyr eun "Hurry up", was heralded as "a
CO~"NH RL EL~ outfielders will be in the game for (young man who will do much to
CO PO UL ELthe Reds, iryEimnhvn NEW MATERIAL STRONG assure good, clean >football." This 1 ATEM I
been taken from the Tigers and prophesy, made while Yost was
After a one day imprisonment in!BbMua rmteYnes oh Wt h is ac ceue si~a negaut at West Vir- Spring;
hie Field house, Coach Ray Fisher at thie waiver price. The third out-fo W~ith he irs mtc sheduled gilnunhdechracutezdhscerystda
,gain led his Varsity nine out to pe.felder may be anry one of three I 0 h a both as player and coach since his iyapr
~eFeryFilddamndyetedy ~.fl~eSwanson, Alen, and allahan fran idIfotdo orte st gamne of football in 1394. unn
heFrynFoiee the roleguastaerdadon al \a n good chances to lhotd Wolverine golf aspirants will find Compiles Brilliant Record theningtr
S ,nig ettofrmahewnni th e l4jobr.n;their hands full in the preparation }Although the brilliancy of his >coeldandra
Infield Strong.for the 'openng meet. Most of thie ,first years as coach of Uiaize and cl n
ais to' the tune of 8-1. Despite f George Kelly will again be at Blue elevens placed him in the4. as to ma
ti chill of the ,strong wind which . first base, although Walter Pipp is candidates for the squad plan to I spotlighit under which he has re-' passes an
iaejudging high flies difficult,' still on the club's roster. lHughy! Play their home courses during the mained s one of the outstanding pooetrdywsfrtesss rtth etkytn mni h pin'vctotebrae atoffgrsi nerolgaefotal osbe
arjla n at ihtebt Dan Howmey. National League, will be at second, their effort to date being spent on considerably less is known by the Fcnie
rs connecting for many har hkits. One of the most changed lineups; while a battie for shortstop is on l lt workouts for losni tip the !general public of his successesply.
Ha f of t e ru s sc x d by t ein the N ational League w ill take betw een Leo D u ro he, late of the w n e stf n d m u c .t r ned t o t h s f rst c01h m in s i I A do b
guascm intefrtinnthe field for the Cincinnati Reds Yankes, and Horace Ford, last prospects Brightwolrine oteam.istcaminsi {wo dulrked orl
_ifwhen they trot out on the diamond yersrglrItrpfre o According to Coach Courti ight, Yost
fter which the reserves limited o the ifrsclhofte93 lumbus third baseman, will hold thYroscsfr inngfu t was born on April 3, 181,
frsit scoringirto onesrunf ineany30 hairroswctW.fVaaAsnaiyouth, he; ,c-, .N'G HA.Yo'Q7-T'perfecting
ariysoigt n u naybaseball season. With a new man- down the hot corner for the Reds. man team aar rgt nV F ? iht fe in.outdoor aytivtie n nodascainfohl hc eIpsig
fnle frame. The single Yannigan agepandsevrbliewhsarsof pviewe hlf aIineeldreseves
ottecaeas the result of a en major league ability, the south-bewhldCucinfelod.Dres snwllte ter a thq aisxpctdOwhile the athletic advantages of kicked around the lot and it was smith wer
)Itrcm .. etrth ulfing rounds Lt that day were nothing like the t here that I first got my longing to ed to fill
ac~ting spree in the fifth which ern Ohio team is looking forward i~~ri Soe0 u oigAnn Arbor golf club immeditely 'present, Yostrisn rengageosdagrl t innngaplenty te retofthesplayeNaioafootball."actin.AmngtHowevernagd n lethef wasfotblto owvplay n s owiti it
~ddwe arso rte cos ael ownin lc ntege athl erofteati Gonal ifolwn vcto. rmn h exercise and was probably a littlei wait five years before playing hsi bs cr
e plate. first division. LauwilI eean ocfreshan from last year's yearling more 'aggressive than the usual Ifirst real football game. Ibt othbacksndcdd carwe is a ra ue tePatscnsoceswt la ogopar efsy Iwr n
AlhuhCoach Fisher has' notcs splto h t LustePrtsadd gersnwill lsyshcksalltofewhoUare expeced tohmatcntiationYns1889eat hii to attemn
yet decided the exact mak e-up rowsinpis s evea yaSt thes care of his share of the back- 'ids l f womber te electtomatrlainow 19a Ohio Nor-h Normal in 1l831 and spent thre fensive ta
take make
the squad which will make the head of that club. He has taken a Istopping problem. four that is to make up the team. ,eveopediNorob othe ehd moneyrtoigobtoiest Vmairg e'lano-gh qunt4r
ana naino h ot e team with little batting punch and MudSafGo.. FSeveral veterans from past cam- Attends Ohio Normal.; versity in 1894. Here he received before thl
[Xtani on thetrip.,1 mnwl Five pitchenfr sevoaerheasnste i stc- Several competent pitcheis are paigns are also available, with Ohio Normal was then onue of3 his first training in the game which ,the scn
n-tnn th riayF15venillgodpchestoabrt-nh Itincluded on the club's mound staff,, Ahstrom>iLivingston aed Becker Ithe largest institutions i h a ltrtsakei aou n oces
stocthradoeuiiy __ .- I the best among them being Lucas, ats the outstanding players. The! country ani while football was not; although he was inexperienced in with the 1.
am winl aitonut the ivatd eringIdorM e Rixey, McWeeney, Kol, May, Ash,,, 1930 season also may see L. No- played at that time, baseball flour-j gridiron tactics, Yost rapidly mas- practice i
min i adio tfield.styi-Yerln Indications atd Campbell, besides several ibart and Eugene hand well up in fished and for two yeasYs ly- tered the fundamentals and bis- otal
of re~ T da promising newcomers. McWeney the running in their try for a place fIrtbsonheNmani.
esent are that this group o rg- Scheled or wasay obtained during the winter, tesqa.e onlystasteorotalnihe.otsed'out as a regular in his first on the ol
tars will be composed of Hudson o h qa. h nytat ffobalh o year at schtool playing in every the defen:
months in a trade for the veteran Play Starts Soon,hl hr a nifrmlrgyIgm.Stos
tfirst; Butler, second; Myron, at According to the announcements wopoLhuiwowetlotheh .sulpoedr ilbea- otall gas in wichftreerubIge . iin,
fort stop; and. Superka at third; of Dr. George May, the Annual B rooklyn club~ in the dea.A-hered to as in formeyar wihd
et Straub, Tompkinsas h .pay-;which ofYost eplayed was othefirst throught
4Hill in the outer garden. at 3;00 o'clock this afternoon iMWen i otaeaq lfig onsof3loesbigers on a side. 'gmhfra mrcn otalh rmbt
T h i l i e - p w s s e d y e t e r a y W a t r m a g m n a i u . A l c t i i - g o o d s e a s o n . l a s t y e a r t h e c h a n g e p l a y e d o v e r t h e A n n A r b o r g o l f A c c o r d i n g t o Y o s t w h o r e a ng a de fee n.AD ri n g f oh i sl lyearo b o oh
Thsaine-u th ais wiyetrKei-temawillmtakeuplaceon ctmin-of sen eryis likely to do him some ceub course immediately foowigviil teeeal ay!nwhc hio veenrmnev ergte Srn
titrtneoshemun n l lo thk e n themaingood. ivacation to determine the makeOhoNraanevndigtescdud
strtngonthmunad__orfhegynaiu.the American game was just be- 'iewe ewsnt nsho,'ceue
ruskowski behind the bat with The events will include the All-* u of the total squad for the sea- gnning to develop, they did "have he had never witnessed a game of iaider
~rtholo~new replacing ]Keigler in, Freshman Wrestlingg Champion- "FEEerAgqX Cn t~ on Then a tentatve squad will be __________wlbes
fit nig ieptnr eeships (115, 135 145 155, 165 175iA adaCenPlayr.mach, eotoypat Mthiansof t4 7Besides playing on the football I
sd yesterday afternoon with De- and the unlimited classes) ; All-! a~as~en oig at the endSofds Two team at wet Virginia, Yost con- offuda
sky, Bobcean, and Compton do- Freshman Fencing Cham ionship I (my ssociated re5s i first week of the return to school. ; o io LqusI iud ocmpt nbaeal fn sotlywei
g h uln o h angn.(epee, foils, and sabre) ; and the {. for three seasons held a reular
this quintet of moundsi'en, ' MONTREAL, April 8.-For the Ernie Nevers Reese FT. WORTH, Tex., Aril 8.-Lar- piinintemimndsud.sud fwU
Apl undintebs x ib-1-Freshman Gym Championships ppRitononth damndsedd
~of the day, inixing his curves ghihjump, 50yroah eodtm nsce~ol r,k by Pacific Coast Club mon Cox, an outfielder, today wasi Basketball did not make its ap- and wille
x f opeclibin, ad stndmbrod Buchr, ente oftheNew'Yk ;released by the Pttsburgh Pirates' pearance until just before lhis de- mage. Un
th a change of pace which kept ~ P ~'bnadsadn ra ocecne fteNw Yl __
to Varsity batters guessing. Bob- jump). Rangers, has been awarded the (Bv~ Associated Press to Ft. Worth of the Texas league pature. At that time games were duty in a
stnals sowe sgnsof evlop fAll men entered in the above Lady Byng trophy, awarded an-' SACRAMENTO, Cal., April 8. - from which club he had been ob- played on a court in which several possible t
tent when he struck out two bat- }Ievents will be required to report' nually by the National Hockey Ernie Nevers has received lays re- tained.imoalpst weecnl-tohiri
rs in a row in the fifth inning r~c Ue on the main floor of Ileague to the player who best com-' lease by the Mission Reds of the John Skube young infielder, was uously located. Yost still recals next fall
ker getting off to a bad start and the gymnasium at 3:00 o'clock . ines effe va acid gentlemanly 1Prciric Coast league. The former sent to a Pirate farm, Columbia of, having had several personal con- up f the r
lOwing one run to be batted in. ?TV-4 event is always one of the play. BoU l one of the leadirg? Stanford university football star the Sally league. The transfers re- (Continued on rage 7) frence c
Fielding Is Good. most popular of the year and oc- scorers of the lease, was given;I failed to rotund into formn in spring ldced the Pirate squad to 31 play- P --
The fielding yesterday afternoon casions much interest, only 16 mintes in pnalties. t training. tes - - -
*. vA rc4 nnr,.re d nd!.-__ __ _--__ ___ __ __ ___ __ ___ _

f aves Given'. Attentioun
tiff Wind Hinders
Puntinig Drifl.
grid practice continued
with the Wolverine Var-
ints engaginjg in work o~n
hrough plays involving-
I pass. T }e weather was
the wind was so stronig
,ke any attempt at long
di kicking practically im-
As a result Coach 'Kipke
the gricers to running
Try lass Plays.
le lateral ┬▒pass play was
1 with the men gradually
their ball handliing and
aWeunesse and Gold-
'e for .the most part pick-
the pivot position in'' this
h the remainder of the
rrying and receiving the
;roue of ends: were used
pt to break up the of-
Ltics. Sikkenga was the
ng wingman, succeeding
in forcing the ball down
e carrier could comnplete
d pass.'
5EMott and Keen worked
inemen, giving them some
n offensive and defensive
Two men were lined up
[ensive with one man on
se: Working in these po-
ie' men were given good
ing practice in breaking
he line while getting hit
a side's.
tinue after Holiday.
practice sessions are
to' continue for the re-
of this week, when they
uspended until after the
period. The general plan
Lmental practice will be
for this 'week." However,
fter the sessionst are 're-
Rlowing the holidays the
it be divided' into "teams
engage in regular scrim-
itil the men have, seen
ctual play; it will be im-
3make any predictions as
robable value to the team
when Michigan takes
ice for the Western Coni-

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Of vle

What You'll Want For
Easter and Where to
Get It

You'll find an easy answer to.
your topcoat parolei here. The,
same fine tai,iJring, tie same~
sturdy materi4l~ that go into te
suits go into the topcoats. YQu;

wotwt miss if

won mssifyoti by here.

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S"Tihe down townl store for Michigan men" '
B for leaving Ann Arbor, y~u, shoultd epetuisli yu
stock of fuirnishins for your ester morning stroll.
-3 for $1.75 i I
$2.45 $1.95 ~a
3 for $7.00 ' 3 for $5.75=_
= They are foulards and heavy silks . '-'
in small patterns, plain colors and-
conservative stripes in a gallant -E
array of new color effects.-,
s$1.00, $1.5Q,$2.00
ai t
iii ik o >the11,od+

$25 TOX$49


We are featuring a hat this
season you'll like froz~ the first
time you see it.. Its a cocky sna,-
brim with a high crown and
comes in grey, light brown and
dark brown.


The new ties are one of the
best features this Spring-they're
all so good looking that all yqp
have to 49 is close your eyes and
Special on Shantung this weep.

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Look for the Hood Arrow

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