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April 25, 1930 - Image 7

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FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1930




(Continued From Page 6)
-O-ntack and along with Hudson, (Continued From Page 6)
C Fist Ea t n utar Straub, Daniels, and Truskowski warm up sufficiently to play their
First Eastern Outboard should present a powerful offensive highest type of game.
Racing Regatta. combination. Langen, Coach Fish- Team to Meet Purdue Named.
IWO er's most recent addition to the According to Cpach Courtright,
MICHIGAN IS ENTERED Varsity nine, has shown ability the following men, Lenfesty, Hicks,
IH A IS N RIwith the willow and is a fair gArd- Howard, Royston, Ahlstrom, and
With a total of forty-six drivers ever. Livingston, will comprise the team
dl st- Art Superko has shown a fine to be used against the invading;
ern uniestiesradeeredipair of hands and promises to de- Purdue team this Saturday. All of
ern universities already entered in velop into a topnotch third base- these men have had plenty of ex-
the first Eastern Intercollegiate man. The sophomore has beMan x- perience on the links, although the
Outboard Regatua to be held May periencing considerable difficulty last three are the only men on the.
16 and 17 at Lake Skaneateles, New with the long throw to first but team who have participated in
York, the Outing Club of Colgate should soon show more reliability Varsity competition before.
Uniersity sssured tht isfigtI in this department. Larry Butler, No ranking has been nvde of
University is assured that its first {1who has been assigned to the these men according to Coach
adventure into collegiate racing will guardianship of the tuft field sec- Courtright and will not be made
be a success. Although this will be tor, is a valuable leadoff man and until after the qualifying rounds
oiskdtbhas shown himself a capable per- next week. However, the ranking is
the first event of its kd to be former afield. likely to follow approximately
atepe nsuch a large scal e, the
attempted on such:a;arg;.caseSyrcuse will offer a polished ball order in which the men are listed
the interest shown in the meet to' team which has assuredly strong above. Tuesday it was erroneously
date ihndicates that national rec- hitting power and can show some reported in the Daily that Hicks
srds will be in danger when the consistent pitching.'The New York- had defeated Howard, 2 up, while
ds iers suffered a distinct loss when the actual result was just the re-
students interested in outboard rac- their captain, Goldberg, one of the verse.
ing speed around the two and one /r flashiest of college shortstaps sign- Lenfesty, Hicks and Howard are
half mile course. ed a contract with the Cleveland all sophomores who worked with
To the winners of the various Indians at the beginning of this the Varsity during the last season
f India YTen matchg ofethenseansThseyahave
races listed forcompetition will be season. and thereby wing recognition as
resnited troietoned b vCollege Humor Gold Cup Practice yesterday proved short- three men -capable of representing
presented trophies donated by va- - lived with Coach Fisher anxious to the Maize and Blue in the first Big
rious publications and other organ- rest his first string men. A short Ten match ofdthe season. They have
izations, chief among which is Col- WILDCATS ENTERED AT DRAKE batting practice with the.,ineligible, also been exempted from the Var-
ustars, Crouch and Folger, doing the sity 'qualifying . rounds to be play-
lege Humor, which will give awards (special to The Dail) 'hurling was the feature of the prac- ed next Tuesday and Wednesday
to first place winners. These first EVANSTON, Ill., April 24.-Seven tice which accomplished the un- on the Ann Arbor course.
place cups are gold, while the sec- I athletes comprise the team which ; limbering effects desired. In their workouts so far this year
ond position whiners will be re- Northwestern will enter in the Tompkins, Hudson, and Straub the Varsity players have shown a
warded with silver trophies, and the Drake Relays at Des Moines, Iowa, in particular showed ability to clout marked weakness in their playing
next placersa to get silver pla Friday and Saturday. Numbered the assorted offerings of the hurl- on the greens and approaches. The
uex The total value of the awardsamong this group are two national e into the far corners of the field practice sessions today will be de-
ques. a thcollegiate champions, Rut Walter, whie the midget Butler connected voted to improvement in these de-
will exceed $4,000. Team trophies quarter mile run and Tom Warne, for a few drives along the right partments of the game according
for the greatest number of points poevutfield line. toCoach Courtright,.
made by any one school are also pole vault. to
listed for competition.4
Records Will Be Official.
Since the Colgate Outing Club 1 UALITY
is an official member of the Amer-
ican Power Boat Association, the SERVICE
regretta has received the official
sanction of the National Outboard , ECONOMY1
Racing Commission, and should any
.national records fall during the
meet the new times will stand asIshoud be your prerequisites
official with the Commission. The for tasty lunches and delicious
National Outboard Association i s candies.
backing this meet to the fullest ex-
tent, while the business men of f lWE HAVE ALL OF THESE
Skaneateles have promised to make Cone o new Spring;
every effort to help the contest-
ants in the first Intercollegiate Sweaters with and without
races. Sheelan
Entries from Columbia, Cornell, Sleeves. Domestic, $3.50 to
Harvard, Buffalo, Toledo, Syracuse, -
Rutgers, Hamilton, Union, New $5.00. Imported $7.50 and 212 South Main Street
York University, Dartmouth, Cort
land Normal, Anherst, Brown, - ------
Pennsylvania, Williams, Yale, Ho-
bart, Georgetown, Colgate, Clark- CA soffer of snWant Ads Pay r
son, Middlebury, St. Lawrence, St. Is
Johns (Brooklyn), Michigan, Illi-batsin .a
nois, Wisconsin, Princeton, and b mnpearly
Northwestern, have been sent inI
to date. With this foundation to; and amber $4. 15.
build on the Colgate club hopes to
establish an annual meet which
will hold first interest in eastern1
Intercollegiate circles.
Chapman to Referee.
Mr. Charles Chapman, chairman T
of the National Outboard Racing
Commission will act as the official
referee of the regetta, but will beV
assisted by a large staff of regis-;i f 0
tered timers, starters, and inspec-
tors. Over twenty thousand spec-
tators are expected to assemble
from the nearby colleges and towns
for this meet, and accommodations
and seating space will be provided A
for them by the Business Men's club
of Skaneateles.
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LOST-One pair White Gold rin-
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call Isabelle Charles, 1004 Olivia.
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LOST-Bulova watch. Left along
wall of Waterman Gym. two
weeks ago. Finder call Wiers,
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LOST-Sigma Alpha Iota piq.
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