WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1930
THE MICHIA N DAILY
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LRGE ENTRY LIST
r STRTS ACTIVITIES
'INEUP DOUBTFLLr- -
Hapless 'Tige' Clan
Falls in Unlucky l iii E I
Thirteenth Inning SHORT SCRIMMAGE
(Continued From Page 6)
least in coaching these
SULLT younghurlers. 1Hammer, Beal, Form NucleusIh
Several experienced men are in- for Title Defenders;
orking Plans Made for Spring uded in the lineup of the ldca Brace Is Winner.
Workng lan Mad fo Spingclub, but there are several weak:
Athletic Program at spots on the team being filled by TEACHERS ARE STRONG
Union Luncheon. men with either little or no exper-
____._ience. Two of the three outfielders (ContinuedF Page 6)
KEfN RIVALRY EXPECTED played with the team last year, exeellcnt players and Byrum their
while only one of the infielders outstanding star is given Western
was a regular on the 1929 team.
Managers Appointed in All Six a r htranking, having won several
Divisions of Intraiural Coach Otto Vogel has just championship titles in that part of
Sot Events. returned from the south with the state. Saturday's ma.tch will be
Sport his squad of Iowa diamond the first collegiate competition for
With ,over 125 teams entered in stags. Iowa team is made up the Maize and Blue tennis team this A
largely of recruits and probab- season and will give them their
the Intramural baseball competi- ly will lack the experience ne - initial opportunity of proving their .:: ">s..
tions and record breaking enroll- cessory to gain them a high ability against a college team. "".:*
ments compiled in the various place in the final Conference The only other match so far this
Other phases of spring athletic act- stadiigs. year was with the Detroit Tennis
________ghtt--Club last Saturday. The Wolverines .* .. :...
ivity the Peak of attainment turned in a fine performance es- X.
reached in past years by the Intra- pecially in the doubles to win the
mural department seems assured of meet 7-4. The Detroiters boasted a
v et e r a n t e amsb ute neh eireilln ,r a run p a ctic e c a me t h o ug
squad with several new men and
the current year are tabulated.i lacking in practice came through 1
Woiking plans for the successful iafter splitting the singles to make
codtiction of the athletic program 1-a sweep of the doubles and chalk j
for the remainder of the year were Lenfesty and Hicks Victorious, up a victory
formulated at the spring luncheon i Practice Matches With re ehets or th 30 tea To
yesterday noon at the Michigan Howard and Royston. and annex another Conference
te k gAssociated Press Photo
.r, on, titre look bright' Joe Lucas,
Prouse Heads List. QUALIFYING MEET SOON Captain Hammer and Beal are oe Lcas,
the only Varsity lettermen on the Whs;ossatpromnea
Sub managerial appointments Inespite ofrtheycolttwrmds blow-ethe stroke oar of the Badger Varsity
In spite of the cold winds blow- squad this year. Although Coach shell stamps him as one the coun-
r he ryg ufhspring ing over the BartonCHlls layout, Courtright is having trouble in try's outstanding oarsmen.
program were announced by Earl I Baon apicking the most suitable men for
Risky efaent opttonteWleiegl addts con- the remaining four posts the pres-
eeInterfratenitydire tit tinued. their practice yesterday for ent outlook seems to point to Clark obby Jones Given
will be udrth1iecinofiIfjii
the coming meet with Purdue this Brace, Clarke, and Reindel as theiGoodwill Dnner on
Thomas Prouse, independent com- jtidy.I w f h rcI eoutstanding players. Swanson, oowil inero
Saturday. In two of the practice ;n laes wno,
petition under the direction of Ir- matches held yesterday Hicks came Ryan and Pendell are also consid- E f T Abroad
matchesheldyesterdayHickscamei ered as likely looking aspirants to ve of rip b
INTRAIURAL NOTICE out the victor over Howard by the the Varsity court team.
All Intramurai baseball activi- margin of two holes, and Lenfesty Last year the Wolverines swept (r3 Assochued P rss)
ties will be staged inside the held a wide edge over Royston, through the regular Conference ATLANTA, April 22.-Bobby Jones
Ferry Field enclosure this spring winning by four up and three to season without defeat but in the tucked a new good luck piece from
due to the reconditioning pro- play. last match with a strong Chicago his waist-
cess wich isbeingaccompish- ;play.Atlanta friends across hswit
accmplsh- Dueto he resureof ad'teamn, numbering -in its roster the
cess which is being a ral Due to the pressure of bad person of-George-Lott, national coat today and gave his favorite
Field south of the enclosure. weather and the rapidly approach- topnotcher, rain deprived the Wol- golf clubs a final polish for the
Paul R. Washke, 1 ing meet with the Boilermakers, verines of almost certain victory British trip that will ingugurate
Ass't Director Coach Couatdight has found it ansent the Maroons into a dead- one of the most ambitious tourna-
lock with Michigan for Conference
win Binzer, and interclass compe- necessary to use ten veterans from honors. The Maize and Blue is far ment programs he has ever under-!
tition under the direction of Keith last year as an arbitrarily squad out in front in total Big Ten court taken.
Bennett. unti the qualifying rounds can be championships over the history of Some 200 admirers of the em-
Marcus will assist Prouse in the lyr the competition. peror of the links gathered at a
fraternity baseball work along with pen.farewell dinner last night. Eugene:
Gibber and Rendeleman. Hinder- . Material Potential. H R. Block, governor of the Federal
man will be in charge of the horse- This list includes Lenfestey, Hicks, CHEER LEADING NOTE
Reserve bank, wvho was toastmnas-
shoe competition while Cohen will Ahlstrom, Royston, Larry Hobart. Any freshman or sophomore ter, presented Bobby with a watch
take charge of the tennis competi- Livingston, Howard, Heppes, Hand wishing to try out for the Var- chain to which was attached a rep-
tion. Cohen will also assist Prouse and Becker. Considerable loss will sity Cheering squad will report resentation of a four-leaf clover.
in the conduction of the Sigma be left in view of the ineligibility of to Room 304, Friday, at the Lansing Lee of Augusta praised
Delta Psi tests. both Ward and Lewis, veterans 'of Michigan Union between 4 and Jones for his victory in the recent
Binzer Has Aids.o many a campaign. 5 o'eock- southeastern tournament in that
In the - Qenem tplyhin rmany t alampayingn. R. M Shofkth1"t
avidow The qualifying rounds to deter- .M. Snick, city and presented himw ith a
will handle the baseball, Daidow ne the make-up of the squad for Varsity Cheer Leader grandfather's clock as the winner's
the horseshoe, and Foreland the the spring matches will be held trophy.
Bucky Harris's Bengals dropped
another heartbreaker yesterday
when St. Louis nosed out the De-
troit entry in the thirteenth inning!
by a 5-4 score. Sammy Gray went
the entire route for the Brownies
while three youngsters saw actionI
Sends Spring Gridders Through
Short Session to Try
MEN SHOW WELL
(Continued From Page 6)
for- the Tigers, Sorrell, Page and tential Varsity men on the squad.
Wyatt. A junior, Eastman, has also showed
In the other extra inning contest that he will have to be counted ina
I the predictions for a line-up nextj
Washington was returned a winner fall.
over Boston in the twelfth by a 4 Goldsmith, a big yearling full-
and 3 count. Roger Grove was back, has also shown great im-
lucky in sending the Yanks down provement this spring, while Tess-
*imer, another freshman, is counted
deeper in the American league as a strong halfback candidate.
standings by besting Sherrid in a ;Wills, from the "B" team of last
colorless game, 7-6. year. and Benjamin, a quarterback
Home run hitters were Bissonette are in the running for positions.
of the Robins, Wilson of the Cubs, Two good ends have shown up in
and Gehrig of the Yanks. It is in- Shea, a freshman, and Sikkinga, a
teresting to note that all of the "B" squad performer from last year.
purveyors of the circuit drive were Added to Cornwell and Hawitt, two
on losing teams yesterday. powerful veterans, these men
viM should give Coach Kipke a strong
AMERICAN LEAGUE string of wingmen. Other linemen,
who have been showing well are
R- H E;Purdum, Douglas, and Marcovsky.
Detroit . . 020 000 002 0000-4 10 1 Marcovsky is rather small for a
St. Louis.. 100 120 000 0001-5 11 2 college guard, but his fight makes
Sorrell, Page, Wyatt and Hay- him a promising gridder.
worth; Gray and Manion: Morgan, Huskey, and Cooke are
R H E ! out for the center post but Cooke
Chicago ......200 001 010-4 11 1 has shown that he might get a
Cleveland .... 000 000 300-3 3 3 tackle berth next year. Other
Thomas and Riddle; Hudlin and tackle possibilities are McGarth,
L. Sewell. Johnson, and Kolosit, an all-state
man from Bay City.
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Burke and Smith;
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ST. RAPHAEL-WZ1illiam 'T. Til-
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tennis competitions. Interclass over the Ann Arbor layout on
baseball will come under the direc- Tuesday and Wednesday of next
tion of Frind, horseshoes under week, 18 holes to be played each
Bennett, and tennis under Lades. day for a total of 36. Four fresh-l
Phi Sigma Delta is expected to men and twelve varsity golfers 'will I
place a strong team on the field in be included in the select cii'cle,
the defense of the baseball honors Ahlstrom, Livingston, Royston, Len-
gained last year while Delta Upsi- festy, Hicks . and Howard are ex-
lon, horseshoes winners of a year empt from the qualifying rounds.
ago is a favorite to retain her hon- Refunds to Be Made.
ors. Chi Psi is conceded a good Each entry is to pay his ovn'
chance to retain tennis honors but greens fee of one dollar for each
unusually strong competition is ex- eighteen holes and will have his j
pected in this sport for the defend- money returned should he make
ing champions. the select sixteen qualifiers. Prac-
Interclass competition is expect- tice rounds may be played any day
ed to be even more spirited than but Saturday and Sunday. It is hop-
ever this spring with a greater ed that by the postponing of the
number of teams having entered I qualifying rounds that the weatherj
the play. Many of the members of Iwill have improved enough to per-
past teams which have enjoyed mit some lcw scoring but the two!
sueesses in the interclass play will , rounds will be played on these two
band together again while new days regardless of what the weather
combines will begin the chase. conditions happen to be.2
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FOR S A L E-Dental office and
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