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C1CH.IGA~N

D A IIY

THURSDPAY, PP,4; 19,;

TRAGKMEN GET FINL FOR DRAKE REi

LAYS

NATIO"N'S AC'E$ IN DRAKE' RELA YS

AND, NOTED PRO ~i~in
__TAKEN BY DAH
t-...,z, With the. death, ls daTH G IY4"[EN L IJC tIT 0OHILL
r ~Alex Smith, golf lstsondaof$h
s ;most picturesque figures ever to be Coach, Harry Kipke Sends Squad
,associated with the pastime. Alex- ' Th ugah Short. Session
. ?anderv Smith, brother to the Mvac-'
Donal Smith who won the Los o _una_ nt_ s
Angeles oen several years ago,,died jDe*ote cQbndcri
inE Baltimore at the age of 58. He' stances of a rather hard, scrimmage
was one of the pioneer profession- Tuesday afternoon and. the Ohio
als in the game, born in Carnoustte, State baseball game, Coach. HArry
k:. aScotlancd, and coming to America in } Xipke was.''.content to inerely run
his., charges thbrOug light. dr-ills on
H-e played whbat was designated fundamentals yesterday afternoon,
as a dlashing game, taking little or.po~l~gti~5qidSf~hNe
no tme o te cstoaryaddesswork today or tomorrow.
of the ball but rather preferring. to Jo Gehicotn&inhs
x "mis themrnquick" as he used to put3
it. His last assignm-ent was at the s~rhfran' ntasja h
twill be capable of replacing him in
famous Westchester Country. Club the role of kicking off in the games
at Rye, N. Y., where he taught the! next fall. Pete Cornwall gave the
now famous Glenna, Collett all thems rmsn efraeo n
.......... Ine golf that makes her win tour:- of, the half' dozen men working, out
under the former Wolverine. star.
Heys. A other champion that thxe Under the° direct spriinof
DJ~tnold veteran trained was Jerry Tra- Coaceh Kipke RHeston and two fresh-
'°''f° ivers, himself looked at now as one +men, Tessmer and Paduloski, were
feld special- of the old timers at the game. sent through an extended- drill in
rake Relays The most outstanding_ golfing I punting. in the practice session last
.oinies, these =characteristic of the famous teach- night: Te soer: held a. deocded edlge
fron srint! er well known for his witticisms over the others, looking-like -one of
I ar spintmade during the heat of the oon- the most. capable men on~the~spring
the latest ' test, was his extreme accuracy with, squad toy crowd Captain Simall _for,
new wor'ld's the mashie shots about the green.I punting honors next fall

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Assor.1ntr? Prvsc
- - When the track amd fif
f__ists line up, for the Dr;
IApril 25. andl26, at Des Mt
three me n Will occupy
posts. Tolan and, Leland
aces and Sentman is
hurdle flash to create ar
record.

Form Sprin.t Comnbjie. j drills, two of the others, Daniels-, ,'
The quartet of Tolan, Murray, and'Hudson, being on the baasebal>1
Jack Campbell, and Dale Seymoursqa.Ohrpayrwoae ra- """"" 4 "
will compete in both the quarter tscqngdaithr ly yern thoInararal yCaw- Sasn,1o
and half mile relay events -with the ten al-OteItauua yCdelSasno
mile relay team composed of Dal- courts are ;members. of" last year's; Boxing, fathers of the "gay old which.i
ton Seymour, Russell, Mvueller, and freshmian -squad who showed morel Gotham"' are frankly peeved at the Seei h2
Mosser. than ordinary promise. recen~t treatment of one Primo the by
The makeup of- the~ medley re- Captain-elect Joe Downing, who Carnera at the hands of the CallT- uestic
lay combine will probably, see- -u$- inj ured his knee in the Illinois j fornia commission. Suspension! turn. t
sel go to the post in the quarter, 'gamne early. in the, 1929-30 season, evidently has been accepted by theI the hp,
Mueller in the 880, D'Anna. in the recently underwent an operation New Yorkers. as the peculiar prero'- time fc
three- quarters, and . Wolfe in the on the injured mem ber .and will bei gative of their regulatory., com- 1,ustry,
mile. Either- Mosser or--Dalton Sey-I out of the ga-me. for several weeks, mission and any such trespass as I-
mour may. be used 1h; place of R.us- I The knee has failed to respond to ! the- Coast- body has accomplished ! I~
sell as the leadoff.man. traIn vis~ic ~ a ~
Nam~e Thrae in Weight~s. teaIutevrsic - asfrst4n should: be- accordingly frowned-, up.-.
Io~ly Campbell and Bcrb- Patton 3ured and. the operaion. was- ne- on. of tb
are slated to carry the colors of the cesxI~ onn xpcst ly r
Maz n h lei h amrnext season. Such incidlenitals ,as: the fair. for, ti
4izadte ueithhamr Of the freshmien who ,are - aetic- j a~ fte ead hylirt
throw while Sanderson will:,@daw In, - r fteu~o=Ceairt eann.ety dsu. udrCahVekrsdrc h
the rmainng- etry n thediscsi .drive on schedule and the gen- Shp
Michigan's hopes lie chiefly with -'tion Altenhoff, Shaw,; Veland, and. eral dvrkness of~ the,- case seem -V;
tefortunes- of the sprint relay- Ptreoavbsow-te esbfrm~ide the. itoiut- inthe- V
teSeveral other, promising men have Aeaino h ~t~~-ter-
combination of Tolan, Murray, Dale cbeodsoerdnowsr cifi ier; adtin, f;the,,~talan Dqp1
Seymour, and Jack Campbell. This 1be icvrd oeecifieI.adtd h tla ~e
quartet is capable of matching. among them beiiig Baldwin, Root, j behomoth hiad been conisidere~d e
strides with the best of middle wves-; Garner, and Heppes. + o~int h
tern dash teams and will be one of1 tti al ateth cie f !ljheayywght scearcity- of- pug;- eilec
the favorites for initial honors. The of the team appears to 'be lack of listie talent. , sueh-.a
mile and medley relay teams share:he igh-t: There is not" a mnan on the ___ oeg,
excellent chances in- their respec- squad., who towers above six feet As- in the manner of Scbmelingced
tive events. and only a few that reach. even s itcpp~rt ftefrin trt
Holly .Camnpbell, two year veter- ha greIowig a-nd Daniels Ie ilstieashr elieadothe~r
an, is being counted on to besti: are practically the only men ex- . il.srie -sar dclne-n
hammer thirow opposition while 1 pected to be on the regular team
Patton is conceded a chance to fin- who can boast of any height at all, +
ish~ in the money. Sanderson and' unless the Wolverin es can un-
should place in the diseus event, cover a center with a fairly good
____--- chance to jump against the other
Conference centers the team will be
ChER EADNGat a ditstinct disadvantage
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the high powered. ballyhoo
Lblarnera's manager, Leon
as amassed promises to. go by
;ards. This situation is un--
inably a very: dissappointing
to w-hat promised to be one of
eavily. pressed openings of all
[or the. New York boxing "in-t
'Ofti Davis Cup team con-
i'atioin hanging, fire - eight
,he- first te-n ranking play-
of the,- United States battle
titular l .ors in the Mason
Dixon tennis champion-
i at- White Sulphur Springs,
Va. The ranking campaign- }
wiho, have. gained the quar-
Ainals are Hlunter, Lott,
g,., Mercur, Allison., Mangin,
axed Van Ryn.
ction of a, winner amongI
Lgalaxy, of stars seems futile.
Hunter; and Lott are con-
a place among the upper
of the favorites. Any of the,'
topnotchers could smasht
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