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MAJOR LEAGI
FOR ROOKIES

Only a few years ago the
OasL eague was classed al
the better of the poor min
ball leagues, while the Ai
Association and the Intern
league were rated as the bes
loops' outside of the majors
have changed, however, a7
players from the west coasi
are sought after as much,
more, than those 'from th
eastern circuits..
In the past two years se,
the most press agented ro(
the big time have come fr
Pacific Coast league. Qn
year two of them made th-
to big leag;ue fans, and bol:
records that have caused1
flock to herald them as
stars of the national pastin
Roy Johnson of the Deti
ers and Earl Averill of the
land Indians both were' arr
leading players of the jun
cult throughout the' 1929
So much' has been written
this pair that no more nee

lBS HOWPRE~FERENCE IILLf OIS RELA YS !
AT7'TRACT STARS
FROM PACIFCThe DSTil.t
e Pacific said, 'save that they both'1haM from CRAN Ill, March 1-Approxi-
sael one of the San Francisco Seals and that mtl 800 athletes from 80 univer-
nor base-1 they both earned regular positions' sities, colleges, and high schools
4merican in their first season in the .majors. will be, entered in the classic Uni-'
-national Now a third member of this same Iversity of Illin-ois relay carnival on
st of the San Francisco outfield heas been,
s. Times; picked lip by a major league club, M~'arch 15, when almost every in-!
nd now; Smead Jolley having signed to play stitution from the Big Ten. Mis- 1
,t league with the' White So-. after, hawing souri Valley, Little Nineteen, and"
or even been purchased for a tidy sum~ dur- the Mid-we'st conference, as well
icrack!1 ing the winter season. Jolley i°s few from the east, will send
frecognized as a better. hitter thanas.
veral of either Averill or. Johnson, bu~t his! their foremost track and field
7okies in other talents' are rather doulbtful. artists.
,rom the It has been his poor fi eldirtg' and! it will be .the thirteenth annual!
mly last!# his slowness of foot that have kept revival of the competition which.
zeir bow: him from the big leagues for the rcgielsteottnig
th made llast several years, no .nanm~ge~s'be- tis, orcolgnite rateveouttadin
the fan ing willing to sacrifice all of- their yea'r. Four university relays, three'
comning; strength merely to have 'a murder- for: colleges, a - high school relay,!
ne. ous. hitter in the lineuip-. Donie an: open relay, the' all-around, and
oit Tig- IBnsh, new m~anager of the, Chicago~ ten special events comprise the'
e, Cleve- team, has taken the bull by the prerarnz which is likely to furnish
Logtehrsand miade up his mind that many new records, some of which
iior cir- maybe Jbiley isn't such a" bad field= Ini eclipse American indoor and
season. er as he is craceked up to- be. Con- eeT~ol ak
;n about sequepatly the coast leaguae slugger ___
ed to be will b'6 in the% opening' lineul3' -

LUdrthe Bake
Coach Veenker's Varsity basket-! strong group of sophomore mate-
ball forces will write into their 1930! rial to draw upon, Coach Veenker
editon f baketallaccomplish-! has built a team which still looks
editon o basetbal"t us as good as anything we have
ment a final ehanter tomorrow, seen in the way of basketball tal-s
evening which will probably dravg ent in many a season.
to a tiL:ng cdose -,ne permormance
of one of the greatest cage teams HLe has weldhed two m embers
that has ever been kept out of first of last year's star, freshman
place honors in anybody's compe- team into his first sfrii4g corn-

all the Conference' is want' to call
its superior. however, we are not
standing only on the fact' that
Michigan basketball teams are not
in the habit of dropping their final
games. The records say five suc-
cessive years but we are willing to
say six; it will look much better.
I This Purdue outfit has flip-
ped through a regulation Con-
Terence season undefeated and
is primed to claim the undis-
puted Big Ten honors. Any
team which can survive as
tough a card as a Conference
rbasketball schedule without .

failing on a single occasion is
GOOD. Not that we are ready
to concede sut b a perform-
ance but there certainly does
'nrot seem to be much in, the
day of a team which has only
-Minneso;a ioe teen it and the
spring vacation.
Then, again, there is the re-
newal, and for the last time in
Conference competitiona, of the
personal tussle between the respec-
tive leaders, both products of 'goo-
sirdm basketball, ,Captain
"Stretch" Murphy of Purdue and
I Captain Bob 'Chapman of Michi-
'gam.

Ai early season losing streak
which ended as abruptly as it
had come after the Wolverine
forces had dropyped "heart-
breakers" to Illinois and Pur-
due by close, scores was follow-

? u~iU a~LU 14a plu~u %{'V, mbu
winners front last year who
have shown' considerable im-
provement on the bench. There
have been no question that this
quintet which ineludes Norm
Daniels and Hank Weiss at for-
*a~rd . Jae Truu'drnw'dat gen.

ed by a winning streak of six ter, and Bill Orwig and Bob
games. Chapman at the defense posts
rlacks much of anything in the
Opening..the seasomrwith Captainj way of team balance and as-
Chapmani, Truskowski, Orwig, Ka- #scred class.
n-itz, and Lovell, lettermen fromI1
last year's championship teamj Tomorrow night this combination'
available along with an unuisually will take on the' only team which

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Other stars can dance-other stars can, sing--other
stars have beauty - but MARILYN MILLER has
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You haven't seen Broadway's best in pictures till you've
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Love Reborn of Courage!
His sweetheart and his comrades
inded him a coward, but he fought his"
yto love and honor again in the'iost
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that thousands paid top Broadway prices' to 'see-
THEr RESPLENDENT RIOT OF COLOR INY EVERY SCENE
STU NNING- SHOW GIRLS IN BREAT-TAKING-,COSTUMES
BEAUTY CHORUS OF 110 IN STUPENDOUS SkECTACLE
ORCHESTRA OF 110-36 ALBERTINA RASCH DA-NCERS-
THIE COLOSSAL FOLLIES FINALE ON A MOVING- STAkGE
NEW SONGS-NW SCENES--NF~Tnr ~i7

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