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Hudson, Daniels, Superko, But-
ler Compose Infield Hitting
Power Combination.

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CONDITION
PENNANT RACE

CIE lgl~g ;ocke's Record for
13 Years of Footb
4W. L. T. Pts.
HOKE1PAY FFG 1 1 141
1919 9 0 0 219
Wiudsor, Buffafo Still Rival 1920 9 0 0 251

Grimes and Hailnian Will Help,
in Gabby Street's Bid for
Second Straight Title.

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Track Team In-
[d Winds Ban
de Drill.

Practice Games Scheduled
Remainder of Week if
Weather Permits.

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Braving the cold chilly blasts of
the wintry elements the Wolverine
baseball squad went through a
short but snappy workout yesterday
afternoon on South Ferry field.
During the entire practice ses-
sion the biting wind blew snow
across the diamond with the only
protection afforded the players be-
Ing that of the stands and bleach-
ers. Figuring that the short outdoor
drill would be more beneficial to
his charges than an indoor workout
in the Field house, Coach Ray Fish-
er took the men outside.
The infield was sent through its
paces with the Michigan mentor
knocking the ball out to the play-
ers. The other members of the
squad tossed the horsehide about
and- practiced up on their fielding.
The players were not pushed ex-
ceedingly hard because the coach is
still afraid of developing sore arms.
Since coming outdoors from the
inner sanctums of the Field house
a few of the men have been com-
plaining of slight touches of sore-
ness in their arms.
In the initial practice tilt of the
season held Tuesday afternoon,
Coach Fisher was given his first op-;
portunity to get a view of his men
in action. This game also gave him
a chance to get a line on players
who will make up the personnel of,
the group to make the seven-day
trip into the sunny south during
the vacation period.
Although play was a little ragged,
the team looked good for this stage.
of the season. The veteran infield
of Hudson, Daniels, Superko, and
Butler performed especially well. If
another pitcher, besides Tompkins
and Compton, cantbe developed
who will be able to go the full
route, Michigan's chances for a
highly successful season will be ex-,
ceedingly bright.-
Providing there is a return of
mild weather the squad will playv

Jesse Haines is no rookie as fari Lcadrs for International
as major league experience goes. League Cup
He has been hurling ball in the Cleveland's I n d i a n s, defending
National League now for years,,and champions of the International
despite all reports to the contrary hockey league, are 1eadi >2 play-
that have circulated in recent sea- offs in the race for the charn-
sons, he is as fit as ever to carry on pionship as a result of their 3-1
with his share of the pitching bur-vitr oerPtsug udy
- victory over Pittsburgh Tuesday
den for the senior circuit chain- night. Windsor and Buf'aio dead-
pions, the St. Louis Cardinals, in lgcked for second place, while Pitts-
their quest for another ucnnant in burgh is hopelessly submerged in
1931. the cellr
Haines, along with B ur 1 e i g h tecla.
Grimes, aong Bill H i hep Cleveland's victory gives the team
Gies and Bill HaliahU.n, will Leip
to make up the big three of Man- a total of nine points towards the
ager Gabby Street's pitching corps title, three points being allowed for
paign. For a fourth membelfc tJesse Haines a victory and one point for a tie.
Redbirds' mound staff Street will are capable of hurling winning ball Windsor and Buffalo each have
have the pick of the remaining men in the majors in Street's opinion amassed a total of six points, while
in the training camp, somc of which I are Paul Derringer and "Dizzy" the Yellow Jackets of Pittsburgh
are sure to turn out to be real win- Dean. jhave as yet failed to broak into t'he
ners. One of them, Flint Rhem, has When the final quartet of ball win column in the playoffks.mf
already shown his mettle in other i tosers for the best of Nationalmh
seasons. Arnog the newcomers who League mound staffs in chosen, Two of the Indian's victories have
however, it is almost a certain bet been scored over Pittsburgh, whileI
that the name of Jesse Haines will the other win came in an overtime
be among them. period against Windsor. The only
SHaines,an Ohio ;xocuct, is one loss suffered by the Redmen was
of the snJartestof the hurlers in also at the hands of Windsor.
the National ci:cuiR. Several years Windsor's two triumphs have been
0ago he passed his prime, and now over Cleveland and Buffalo, while
C - is listed as one of the real veterans 'Cleveland has dealt it its single(
of the league. Like Herb Pennock reverse. Buffalo has two victories
Successful Students of Famous much of his success as a big league over Pittsburgh to its credit, while
hurler of late has come from his its lone defeat has been at the
Coach Spread Doctrine brainy exhibitions, his knowledge of hands of Windsor. Pittsburgh's
Through Country. just what to pitch to each batter, four losses have been divided equal-
and not from a great deal of stuff ly between Cleveland and Buffalo.
(rv Associated Press left on the ball. Haines does, how- The title goes to the team having
Knute Rockne not only was a ever, still retain a nice slow ball the highest point total after a
great football coach himself but he that has stood him in good stead home series has been played with
developed many able men for the all through his major league ca- each of the contesting clubs. With
profession.rer
In every part of the country, in Haines has noL had a meteoric the series over half finished now,
colleges, big and little, Notre Dame rise to success that has character- it appears as if Windsor would have
men are spreading the Rockne doe- ized so many players in the nation- TeBldg gtllhv he ae
trine and will continue to spread it, game today. His i to Toeai gs still avet reog of e
So successful have been these inent place in the hurling profes- remaning to play, but two of them
Rockne-made coaches that colleges sion has been rather more steady, Buffalo ag cs the toest sched-
bid for their services and any man the result of consistently good work
with a Notre Dame monogram to season after season. And the point ule with two games with Cleveland
his credit has an advantage when that gladdens the hearts of the St. and one with Windsor still on the
it comes to selling his services in Louis rooters is that Haines still books. Cleveland still has to play
the coaching market. has several good years of winning Buffalo twice, while Pittsburgh's
The University of Detroit has baseball in his sturdy right arm. Winoremaining games are with
three coaches--Bud Beringer, liar ___Windsor.__
vey Brown and John Frederick- F C L YS ,"STi stefrttm hta ly
who were train ed byokn e whie FA U T Y SHO aTS Thisissthe fi ime that play
who ere raind b Rocne wileoff series of this nature has been
Charles E. Dorais, the head coach, BROUGHT TO END held, and it is being tried as an
has also felt the Rockne influence experiment in an attempt to bet-
since he was Rockne's teammate I ' r TL...,,,, h,,.,ter the system used last season. in-

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1925 7 2 1 200 64I Cold winds more in keeping with
1926 9 1 0 210 38 the spirit of March than of April
1927 7 1 1 158 51 brought the track team indoors
1928 5 4 0 99 107 again yesterday. Coach Chuck Hoyt
190 10 0 0 25 8 worked out his men in Yost Field
Total 1__ _ _ -_ _ house, concentrating on the fast
Totals 111 13 6 2,988 634 races. Discus throwing, hammer
-_- throwing and pole vaulting also re-
ceived a share of attention.
Egleston came out for the first
time since the Cornell meet and
seemed to be in better shape than
TO WIN GOLF TITL ever. Clader and Klein also exe-
cuted promising workouts, Glader
Brooklyn Professional Emerges doing the 220 im 24 seconds while
Victorious in North and Klein reached 21 feet in the broad
j ump.
South Open. The Drake relays, to be held in
Dae Moines April 24 and 25, are of
By Charles A. Sanford chief interest to Coach Hoyt juste
Every one likes to see the fellow now. Prospective entrants in this,
who keeps on trying regardless of event include Tolan, Campbell,
setbacks come out on top once ii Smyth, Murray, Egleston, Russell
a while. In the ranks of the coun- and Glading. Smyth reported for
try's professional golfers there has practice today for the first time
been one player who has been since he injured his leg several
threatening to emerge into the weeks ago and is now able to run
limelight of victory for some time again.
and finally Wilfred (Wiffy) Cox,
for that is the player referred to,[---
has won a golf championship to
hold by himself.
Wiffy, to whom Brooklyn points
with pride, came into his own by
downing Joe Turnesa in the 29th
annual North and South 72-hole with the crowds at
open golf championship in a play-
off round to settle the tie at 288
for 72 holes. The money was split
played through a downpour in great (undGran g
style to break the only deadlock
that has ever occurred in the his- EVERY NIGHT EXCE
tory of this event.
The Brooklyn pro is known by all
as one of the best natured players FY
in the game, never taking his game
too seriously. Well may he be light- and his Nationally Famous C
hearted for he has a golf swing
that ranks with the best and will
keep him with the leaders for some Dance with us Thun
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1921 10 1 0 373
1922 8 1 1 222
1923 9 1 0 275
1924 10 0 0 287

FR ATERNITIES WIN
FOURTEEN TITLES
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Theta Chi,
Sigma Chi Each Winl Two
Cups in Meets.
Fourteen fraternity chamipion-
ships have been decided thus far
in the intramural sports program,
and of the fifteen fraternities head-
ing yesterday's list of all-year
interfraternity competition, nearly
half of them have annexed a
championship.
Theta Chi, Sigma Chi and Tau
Kappa Epsilon have each won two
championships leaving only eight
to be decided among the rest of
the competing fraternities. Theta
Chi, second in the standing has
won the swimming meet and water
polo, Sigma Chi in fourteenth place
both the "B" and "C" basketball
championships and Tau Kappa
Epsilon won the wrestling and
cross country titles.
Alpha Kappa Lambda, the lead-
ers, have only won the speedball
championship thus far but by ad-
vancing consistently in all of the
other sports they have entered,
they have managed to retain first
place. They stand a good chance of
winning the volleyball tournament.
The rest of the championships
were decided as follows: Phi Kappa
Psi, dual swimming; Phi Beta Delta,
handball; Alpha Sigma Phi, "A"
basketball; Alpha Chi Sigma, bowl-
ing; Chi Psi and Alpha Omega tie,
foul throwing; Alpha Phi Alpha,
track; Phi Sigma Kappa, relays.
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MURAL STANDINGS
Theta Chi ................. 969
Alpha Kappa Lambda . . ...945
Theta. Xi .................. 742
Tau Kappa Epsilon ........665
Phi Kappa Psi............ 659
Delta Alpha Epsilon........ 645
Alpha Omega..............634
Phi Lambda Kappa........619
Tau Delta Phi............545
Phi Beta Delta............544

for four years and his assistant forj
one year.j
All of the "Four Horsemen" of
whom Rockne was the riding mas-
ter are now successful coaches. Jim
Crowley is at Michigan State Col-
lege; Harry Stuhldreher at Villa- I
nova; Elmer Layden at Duquesne
and Don Miller at Ohio State.
Jimmy Phelan, who coached Pur-
due to its first Western Conference
championship in 1930, was. a pupil
of Rockne. When he resigned to
become coach at the University of
Washington, the Purdue athletic
authorities showed their regard for
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oeVI UTC %,apuiresi nreeA ac Ces;
. Emswiler, Franklin next.
The faculty rifle shoots, which
have been held once a month since
November, were ended last Thurs-
day evening.
Prof. A. D. Moore, of the Engi-
neering school, won three of the

der the old order. the first and third
place teams at the end of the regu-
lar season would play an elimina-
tion series, as would the second and
fourth place clubs. The winners of
these two series then met for the
championship in a three out of five
playoff series.
Buffalo was the leader for the

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five matches, and Professors John regular season's play this year,
E. Emswiler and Roswell E. Frank- leading throughout the entire cam-
lin, also of the engineering depart- paign. Windsor finished second,
ment, each won a single meet. About 'Cleveland third, and Pittsburgh
15 members of the faculty took fourth. This is Cleveland's second
part in each match. Prizes were year in the league, the team having'
given to the winner after each con- won the league championship in its
test. I first season in competition.

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