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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1030

E MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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Farrell

Is

Honored

at

Annual

Coaches

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STE lI Fr RDD INTERD El[ IT, P Leads Iowan Quest c
d4{~ FlTIDLL I~ILIbULLI~iI[Lfor Track Laurels,
TQB ECOME YEARLY !R AT AES
Coaches Pay Tribute to Track; and Lester Duke of Grinnell.
Mentor With Donations In additian to the respect and
TwrTrhy adiniation accordedCoach Farrell'
'toward Trophy.at the banquet, he was also honoredf
publicly at the relays on Saturdayl
GIVEN PUBLIC OVATION afternoon. Steve was called to the
center of the field and after every-
Steve Farrell, for many years one had been cleared from the field
Varsity track coach at Michigan, ;he. was again praised for his fine
was singularly honored when he i
service, as track coach At the con-

accompanied the Wolverine thin-
clads to the Drake relays last week.f
The veteran mentor, who is retir-
ing from the Michigan staff this
year, was lauded as one of the
greatest and most respected men in
the coaching profession at the an-E
nual coaches banquet given by the
Greater Des Moines club each year
at the time- of the Drake relays (
Following the presentation of al
costly- fishing: rod and. reel to the
Maize and Blue- mentor in view of
the fact that he is a sportsman of
note, Coach Henry (Indian) Schulte;
of Nebraska proposed that everyI
track coach in the country donate
to a fund to buy a cup to be known
as the Steve Farrell national inter-
collegiate 100 yard dash perpetual
trophy
This trophy in honor of the re-
tiring Michigan coach will be a.
huge cup large enough. to accomo-
date 50 names. It will be compar-
able to the Walker cup for Golf
ald the Davis cup for Tennis. Each
year the. winner. of the 100 yard
dash event at the N. C. A. A. meet
will be the recipient of the trophy.
The award will be made for 50
years, but no one will ever gain per-
manent possession of it.
Coach Schulte nominated on hisI
committee to carry out the projectI
the following men: George Bresna7
han of Iowa, Wilbur Hutsel of Ala-
bama Polytech, Harry Gill of Illi-
nois, Tom Keane of Syracuse, Law-
son' Robertson of Pennsylvania,f
Dink Templeton of Stanford, Dean
-Cromwell of Southern California,
Walter Christy of California, Clyde
Littlefield of Texas, Karl Schlade-
man of Washington State, Edmon-
son of University of Washington,

clusion of the speech- the huge
crowd of spectators rose and gave
the retiring mentor a, long ovation.
DES MOINES WILL
USE NIGHT PLAY

(Continued From- Page 6)
Moines: club, anticipated a general
adoption of night baseball in r1inior
'league if the experiment Friday is
successful. "If unsuccessful," he
said, "sooner or later, the minor
leagues will have to go out of bus-
iness because of decreased patron-
aget"
Keyser expects a notable list of
baseball figures at the game, in-
Piuding Kenesaw Mountain Landis.
the commissioner, and E. S. Bar-
nard, president of the AmericanI
league.
Forty stations- over a national
chain will broadcast the game from
the sixth inning on, while a low
wave hookup will spread the great
American pastime into South Amer-
ica, South Africa, and the far east.

H IGH TEMPERATUHE
HINDERSGR10RS
Bill Heston Shows Booting
Ability as Coach Kipke
Looks for Punters.
CAPPON, KEEN, ASSIST
With the coaches trying theirI
best to put some life into the play-
ers and get them to put forth their
best efforts in spite of the hot spell
that struck An Arbor yesterday,
+iih Michigan spring footbaii can-
(idats went thriough their daily
drill in fundamenitls yesterday on
Fe-ry field.
Yesterday's practice consisted in
drilling the line candidates in the
art of tackling and blocking, while
the backfield men were put through
an extensive drill in blocking out
the opposing linemen. Assistant
Coach Keen was in charge of the
line candidates, while Assistant,
Coach Cappon was directing the
efforts of the backfield men.
A long punting drill occupied the
I time of several of the Wolverines
in an effort to discover someoneI
except Captain-elect Ducky Sinrall
who can boot the ball with any de-
gree of accuracy and distance. Of
the men who were included in this
drill Bill Heston was the most im-
pressive, the major share of the at-
tention being focused on him.
! It is expected that Coach Kipke
I will divide the squad into four
teams this afternoon, so that a
round robin tournament can be,
started on Friday afternoon, with
scrimmage being scheduled for
Friday and Saturday. Through the
medium of the scrimmage it will be
(possible to gain a better line on the
men than can be obtained in daily,
drills.I
LOS ANGELES-The immediate
baseball future of Rogers Hornsby,
star slugger of the Chicago Cubs,
was decidedly clouded by the an-
nouncement of a prominent west
coast physician that the growth on
the foot which bothered Hornsby
last year showed signs of returning.
LONDON - Germany led Great,
Britain in the first round encoun-
ter of the Davis cup zone playI
when it took the first singles match
and was leading in- the second
when the meet was called because
of darkness.

CONFERENCE
BASEBALL STANDINGS.

Master of Diamorn
Shows Strong -P

ca: m luBSIRAN KIN
SEE NEW CHANGES

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Wisconsin ... ....2
Ohio State ........1
Northwestern .....2
Indiana ..........2
Minnesota ........1
Illinois ......:....1
'ICHIGAN .......0
Chicago........0
Purdue ...... ....0

N0TICE.

L T Pct.
o 0 1.000
0 1 1.000
1 0 .667
1 0 .667,
1 0 .500
1 0 .500
0 1 .000
2 0 .000
3 0 .000

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QORDOAI- (OW/A 4
cjuMPER ANZ Ok-vr4Pi C
C. A. C. APPOINTS
GOLFING LEADER
(Continued From Page 6)
most certain in his praise of the
old Scotch game. "The business
man of today must work hard to
earn the right to play golf and he
must play golf to recreate his bruis-
ed mental and physical being to
enable him to carry on in his bus-
iness. I would rather pay a man in
my bank more money for the same
job if he plays golf because he is
better equipped physically, mental-
ly, and morally as a result of golf
to go about his work."
Golfs new dictator, Alfred Gates,
showed the importance of the new
profession of golf instruction point-
ing out the fact that the "pros"
earned a total of .$12,000,000 per
year which, totaled slightly more
than half the amount of the -golf-
ing expenditures of the three mil-
lion golfers in the United States.

John J. McGraw,
manager extraordinary of t h e
New York Giants, who, contrary to
pre season opinion appears to have
brought another title claiming team
into the National League race. Mc-
Graw is concededly, far and wide,
the flower of the managerialital-
ent now in. active charge of profes-
sional baseball.
DETROIT LOSES
ANOTHER GAME
(Continued From Page 6)
ner's apparently cellar bound Bos-
ton Braves down with five hits and
saw his team come out on the ne-
gotiable end of a 8-2 count.
!Philadelphia's Athletics gained
another notch in their climb by,
turning aside the challenge of the
Boston Red Sox by a 9-5 count. 17
hits rolled off the Mackmen's bats'
in their easy win. Earnshaw and
Rommell did the hurling for Phil-
adelphia while Ruffing and Lisen-j
be were the Boston choices.I
Home Runs
Reynolds, Chi (A) 2, McManus,
Detroit; Cissel Chi, Terry, Ott, New
York, Bell, Chi, and Hodapp, Cleve-
land.
Cheer Leaders.
Freshmen and sophomores
trying out for the varsity cheer-
ing squad will report for first
practice at Yost Field house at
4:30 o'clock Wednesday.
R. M. Shick,
Varsity Cheer Leader

Haniner Defeats.Brace in, Battle,
for Regular Number One
Singles Post.
(Continued From Page 6)
number five singles post in turn-
ing in a straight set win in the only
other challenge, match of the aft-
ernoon.
Continued warm weather and a
lack of high winds on the Ferry'
Field courts is working wonders
with the Varsity tennis condition-
ing.
All of the Varsity men have
shown a marked improvement
over the past few days which
speaks well for Michigan's chances
in her titular defense program.
At the present time the Varsity
rankings place Hammer at the
number one singles post. Beal at
two, Brace third, Rol Clark fourth,
Bob Clark fifth, and, Ryan sixth.
Reindel, Pendell, Swanson, Richel-
son, Kusin, Gage and Freer are.
other members of the reduced
Varsity squad.
The team of Beal and Bob
Clarke occupy the number one
doubles berth, Brace and Ryan are
the newly fitted out holders of the
second position while Hammer and
Rol Clarke occupy the third posi-
tion.
Another possible -doubles team
probably would see Reindel, Pen-
dell, or Swanson in action.
TENNIS, SCHEDULE.
May 3-Northwestern at Mich-
igan.
May 6--Michigan at Michigapi
State.
May 10-Ohio State at Mich-
May 12-Michigaii at Indiana
May 15-MichigaAl at Wiscon--
sin .
l4ay 17-Michigan at Minne-
sota.
May 19-Illinois at Michigan.
May 24-Michigan at Chicago.
anc.*
State Street-Over Calkins,

NOTICE
WE BUY USED CLOTHING
H. BENJAMIN
215 E. Washington Phone 4310
246
RADIO. SERVICE
CompetentAseVEV
Cmetentservice men on.:2
makes of radios.
STIMPSON RADIO SERVICE
Dial 21408 521 East Liberty
246c
PIANO 'TUNING - Phone 6776
Victor Allmendinger. The Stein-
way concert artist tuner. Office
at residence, 1608 Morton Ave.
2340
THE STUDENT INN is serving
special 35c noon-day luncheon,
11:00 to 2:30. 712 Hill St. Eugene
Betts, Mgr. 20
2nd SEMESTER TUTORING
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
310 S. STATE. PHONE 7927
I 1230
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9087.
v
SAND-Washed and screened sand
and gravel; all sizes. Immediate
delivery.
KILLIN'S GRAVEL CO.
Tel. 7075, 7112, or 21014. C
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Two very desirable
homes, fine surroundings, handy
to campus. Immediate occu-
pancy. References. Phone 5740.
928 Oakland. 612
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Leitz microscope com-
plete set of lenses. Call Dr. Reg-
lien, Univ. Hosp. at 209 or phone
22054 after 7:30 p. m. 123
FOR SALE-New house, four sleep-
ing rooms, large living oroni with
fireplace.,Every modern con-
venience. Steam heat. Double
garage built-in, shade, close to
campus. Here's a real bargain.
Phone 23261, or 8373. 123
F O R SA L E-Dental office and
practice. Downtown. Population
150,000. Same location 30 years.
High grade clientele. Replace-
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health. Ben H. Lee, 1146 Lake
Drive S. E., Grand Rapids,
Michigan. X
WANMED
WANTED - Man experienced in
preparing sandwiches and -tend-
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eleven. Bright spot, 802 Pack-
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WANTED-Refined room-mate for
young man for large suite. Pri-
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shower bath. 701 Oakland. 12
LOST
LOST-Light brown wallet between
Union and downtown. Phone
21990 and receive $5 reward. 123

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MAJOR LEAGUE BOX SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE Ruffing, Lisenbee & Heving.
Chicago ......100 003 211-8 14 2
Detroit ........101 020 002-6 14 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE
Faber & Autry; Uhle, Page & Boston....... .000 000 002-2 5 1
Hargrave.
Philadelphia ..000 000 08*-8 16 3
Cleveland.....000 302 010-- 12 2 Smith, Brown & Cronin; Benge
St. Louis .......000 003 010-4 7 0 & McCurdy.
Hudlin, Ferrell, Boone & L. Se-I
well; flolshauser, Stewart & Fer- Brooklyn . ..2 11 3 030 000-19 22 3
rell. New York ..0 29 120 001-15 19 2
Phelps, Lopez; Benton, Lucas &
New York . ...412 000 010- 8 10 5 Hogan.
Washington .007 101 20*-11 13 0 i
Zachary, Sherid, Gomez, Rhodes 'Pittsburgh . ..010 127 020-13 16 2
& Dickey; Hadley, Thomas & Ruel. Chicago ......304 000 200- 9 11 2
Kremer, Swetonic & Hemsley;
Philadelphia ..202 202 010-9 17 1 Blake, Nelson, Moss, -Bush & Hart-
Boston .........020 030 000-5 9 1 nett.
-Earnshaw, Rommell & Cochrane; tSt. Louis-Cincinnati, wet grounds.

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