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' SATURDAY. APRrL 4, 1931

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

SA r(JThDAY APThTT~ 4 1~1 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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RAIN FORES FRQYT
TO LIMITPRACTICE'
Trarkmen May be Held Over
Vacation ,in Preparation
for Drake Relays.
Their will be no Spring vacation
for the Varsity track aspirants in
the field events and some of the
runners will be held over the vaca-
tion period in an effort to groom
the tracksters for the Drake Relays
Apr. 24 and 25, Coach .Chuck Hoyt
announced last night.
During a cold drizzling rain
Coach Hoyt sent his distance run-
ners around the outdoor track. The
track was heavy and the times
turned in were consequently low.
The men in the field events were
kept indoors and practiced on form
alone. The letup was due to the
poor weather conditions.
Practice on baton passing will
start today. If the track is in fair
shape, they will be outdoors and
indoors if not. This initiates the
first practicing towards the devel-
opment of relay teams for the
Drake events.
Turner, Wolfe, Austin, and either
Braden or Eknovich will compose
the two-mile relay team. Braden
is favored over Eknovich as the
fourth man but it is not certain
that the Flint boy will get the call.
Jack Campbell, sprint star, is fast
rounding into top form. After a
week layoff he is working out+
every afternoon in an effort to
take off the last two pounds that1
he is above his best running condi-
tion.
SCOTT LECTURES
BEFORECOACHES'
Deplores Subsidation of High
School Athletes; Women's
Competition Scored. f
DETROIT, April 3.-(IP)- Harry A.

COAST GRIDDERS
WIND UP DRILLS
CORVALLIS, Ore., Apr. 3.-(A)-
When many other .schools around
the country were just starting their
spring football training, Coach Paul
J. Schissler of Oregon State college
announced the conclusion of his
workouts.
Taking advantage of good winter
weather, Schissler trained his grid-
ders in February to give them an
opportunity to play baseball or take
up track during the spring months.
Schissler said he was satisfied
with his material and expected a
stronger eleven next fall than the
team he had last year.
Dreyfuss in Search
of Veteran Catcher
for Pittsburgh Team
PITTSBURGH, Pa., Apr. 3.-(IP)
-Pittsburgh's Pirates plunge into
the scramble for the National Lea-
gue pennant this year minus the
services of a veteran catcher and.
baseball men all over the circuit
are wondering what will happen.
Of course, the brilliant young
Ralston Hemsley, who did the bulk
of the work last season, will be
behind the bat again this summer
and with his additional experience
should be better than ever. Some
National League leaders have called
Hemsley the most promising young
backstop in the league.
But there will be times when an
older head will be needed by the{
Pirates in the handling of their
pitchers, some observers feel.
Owner Barney Dreyfuss and his
head man, Jewel Ens, went hunting
for a veteran to use behind the bat.
All through the winter months they
dickered. Several were offered, but
rival managers wanted everything
but a deed to the ball park in ex-
change, so Dreyfuss and Ens de-
cided to try it with younger mater-
ial.
a Eddie Phillips was obtained from
the champion Athletics and has
been more than meeting expecta-

FOR MATCH LDS
Carey Says City Is Virtually
Assured of Title Bout zo
be Held July 3.
CLEVELAND, April 3.-(T)-The
heavyweight championship bout be-
tween Max Schmeling and Young
Stribling looked in the bag for
Cleveland today.
Emil Wetten, regal representativeJ
of the Madison Square Garden
Corp. of Illinois, and Joe Jacobs,
manager of the German titleholder,
were in Chicago today with the an-
nounced intention of obtaining th'>
corporation's signature to a Clev-
land contract. William E. Carey,
of the Madison Square Garden, was
in New York after declaring Cleve-
land was virtually assured of the
match.
The three said formal announce-r
ment of Cleveland's selection would
be made as soon as minor differ-
ences over the rental of the Mu-
nicipal Stadium and other terms
could be straightened out.
The bout, 15 rounds, will be held
the night of July 3. The Stadium,
being erected at a cost of $3,000,000,
has a capacity of 100,000 which can
be increased to 120,000.
Maiola Kalili, Hawaiian swim-
mer, has a younger brother, Manu-
ella, who appears to have a bright-
er future than Maiola, 1930 nation-
al A. A. U. quarter mile free style
champion.

GENE SAR AZEN T HREATENS TO T AKEL A S S I F iE
OUTSTANDING ROLE AMONG GOLFERS ADVERTIS
New York Pro Completes Winter in the footsteps of Jones who had NOTICE
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Scott, professor of physical educa- tions. Ens is said to feel that with
tion in Rice Institute, Houston, Hemsley doing the lion's share of
Tex., told delegates to the Amer- the work and Phillips to back him
ican Physical Education association up, the Pirates will be well forti-
convention yesterday that subsidiz- fled.
ing of athletes is becoming a prob-
lem in high schools as well as in IATHLETICS REACH
coleges.
"The influence that has appeared OME FOR SERIES
in colleges presents a similar dan-
ger in the high school field when ; PHILADELPHIA, Apr. 3.--(/P)-
college athletes turn to coaching,"j Chilly blasts greeted the Philadel-
he said. i phia Athletics as they arrived home
Needs Re-directing. from the southland today to open
There is a need for overcoming their annual spring series with the
this influence by re-directing the Phillies at Shibe Park.
aim of athletes. It can be clone by Tle Philes arrived yesterday in
better administrators in a health time to take a brief workout.
program and education of the lay Four stars of the rival clubs will
public." not be in the city series opener.
James B. Edmonson, dean of cd- Chuck Klein., slugging Phillies out-
ucation at University of Michigan, fielder, and Phil Collins, their star
reported that a poll of prominent pitcher, are holdouts, while Geo re
school prihoiupes. indicated educa- EarnShaw, Athletic pitcher, and Al
tional executives aie satisfied with ! Simmons, hard-hitting outfielder
the present objectives of physiqal of the A's, lan to remain in HC)
education. He said there is a treri prings, Ark., until next week.
away from interscholastic emphasis Walberg, for the Athleties, andi
and gave as hi; belief tnat "ar. a -Ace Elliott, for the Phillies, were
letic competition should grow out the pitching selections for the
of, and form any integral part of opening contest.
the physical eucation program of ----- -
thc lugl schooL " R ad i apu
Oppose Girls' Competition. i
The principals uniformly opp'ose'; Foul Shooting Contest
interscholastic competition by girls,
he said. The All-Campus Foul Shooting
Dr. Edmon Jacobsen, resesreh, contest which has been in progress,
associate in psychology at the Uni- two months ended yesterday with I
versity of Chicago, declared one o- R. B. Baldwin as the winner. Bald-
jective of physical education should wnsc(OreI l out of 100, falling
be to teach people "muscle by mus- three shori of the mark set a year
cle, how to rest," ago by Wallace Miller who sank 84.
Baldwin also made the longest r.;l
Red Sx Aw it R ortof consecutive shots, sinkin 26 at
Red Sox Await R p °; fa stretch. He will receive a trophy
of Hal Rhyne's I ur2Thry cup.
tarold Wise and J. Rea tied or
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Apr. 3( the runner-up position with a scor
The Boston Sox today awaited re- of 79. Other high scores were: C. ".
ports from an X-ray examination Blanding, 78; William Walker, 75;
of the injury to infielder Hal Rhyne Thomberg, 72;Tyler, 69.
when he was hit by a batted ball -- -----
in practice yesterday. His physician Kansas City Monarchs, the Sur-
said his jawbone probably was viving member of the original Na-
fractured. gro National League, has surrend-
Manager Shano Collins said that ered its franchise and will go on
Rhyne was in good spirits at the a barnstorming tour this season.
hospital last night, but was ill as Six teams, including Detroit, still
an after-effect of the blow. remain in the league.
Where will the crowd be tonight?
Where were they last Sat. Night?
Granger S
(under new management)

YOU'RE hearing it all around you.
You've probably said it yourself.

Throughout the whole country, people not
only are smoking Camel cigarettes in the new
Humidor Pack, they're saying how good
they are!
They're delighting in a new mildness; an
aroma and fragrance found only in Camels.
They're learning how much smooth cool
enjoyment is locked up in fine Turkish and

mellow Domestic tobaccos expertly blended,
vacuum cleaned and properly conditioned.
They're grateful for new throat-ease!
Natural moisture, that's what does it!
Factory-fresh Camels, air-sealed in the new
sanitary package, which keeps the dust and
germs out and keeps the flavor in.

The
We

finest dance band in town . . . 11 men.
defy any one to prove otherwise.
Dancing till one o'clock
Marvelous Entertainment
Students!

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