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McCarthy Will Depend Upon Two Star Sluggers Indiana Wrestler
SLO SBAto Boost Pennant Possibilities in 1931 Race Is Named Winner
4-_of Balfour Award
IN 1.IN ING AME1300G NTON, In. Apil 4-
Tompkins Starts on Mound for pth na nierst
Yannigans; Difey Turns wrestling team, which won the'
r RWestern conference championship,
T e s this year has been named winner of
the L. G. Balfour award for that
Ater the light workout they had sport. Beshaw wrestles in both the
Friday afternoon because poor 165 and 175 pound classes
waher ftheagnos, ofwhich w {nVirua-y'C--- n
waswe to get them in to betteroshape whi 'r r ri y.
hor a practice gareeyesterdayGCfCn I
ternoon, the Varsity baseball squad r ,a tLswh istgingth g
went out and gave one of the worst
demonstrations of playm that one
aroundyhrea Fordi 4 a innn the for i or[nAVY EIGT sBe"OOT
hopes to see for some time to come
arudysehFriit ningsf taeball:is man1t9 1e wrkedGoT, r etn
played and when Coach Fisher call- Oio, ddn Nhw Stad un H
ed enough the score stood 17 to 3 an iin Ciys ewmadiumtras
1i, favor of the Yannigans, who are gBeen Virtual ' Chosen
supposed to be the substitutes for forhlIlni MaGa-
this year's team g pCi.
ihe fils f ro ngs edr ndtepomtr, erw
Tompkins in B ox for Subs. hy-sn
yTheire incep w tpym CLEVELAND. April 4.-(tmn)-" s
Theregularlierupwaktherunsa --Cleveland's new three-million-dol
that wentinto action in the first ar stadium will be the scene of the
two games of the week, except for CE heavyweight title match between
the shifting of Superko and Larry U T W. L. Stribling and Max Schmeling,
Butler at shortstop and third base it had been virtually deided to-
so that each played in bothhpos- snight. The date has been set for
tons for a while. Yet the playerss AJuly 3.
did not look like the encouraging e E. C. Wetten, of the Madison
bunch that put on a practice game nhyruare Garden Corporation of I-
Thursday afternoon, and acted as . Ytnois, whichi er aing een.fh,
if it were the morning after the paid after conferences with the
night before. There was one bright . t eiu maager. George Bender,
spot in a double play from Butler to boday that "Cleveland virtually has
Daniels. . been selected as the site" of the
The only real credit that can b forthcoming match.
givenA regular for his part in yes- ye Numerous details, hogever, re
terday s exhibition of baseball is I t mmain to be worked out, Mr. Wetten
nCaptain Tompkins, and that is notg dm , said, adding that formal announce-:i
due for his work with the first teamrk ment would be made later at Chi -
but for the pitching he did for the inpcago by Shelden Clark, president of
subs. Jack went to the rubber and j.ee Illinois Madison Square Gar-
hgelped the first string lineup onen gCogtporation.dr
beir way to a bad day by holding y, There was some hitch betwmeen
them hitless for three innings. Bender and the promoters over who
vidently the men did not recover Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth first baseman ariright fielder of the" would stand tihe expense of the
from their: beginning as indicated New York Yankees. Manager Joe McCarthy is placing a lot of trustconstruction of temporary seats and
by, their final score. annCthyseinds plmyes to com aehrough in 1931 to make his first season other "necessary equipment" to
by elk h it the plers o urce, estageGtheeight. It was believedthat
Threy hurlrs nthok their urnso am a -nne--yun nog __--aym_--___rA this difficulty would be ironed out
hee hulers took heid r turn as poerf u of the NewYorkcleagme. ed sycces. sb f I before the party, cing William
at handling the welfare of the reg-R 1 F. CarBydL G ghy m.L eY M
ulars and the last of them did the 'CARTHY RELIES ON GEH IG AN SquaeCorporation and Joe Ja-oRTOKEWI ES ON
bet job of allhreern and Pres-eh Bs RUTHJTO MAKE' NNERS COFb, YANcobsmanager of Schmeling, leav
bgs were y i oxni e thse n an- s yfor Chicago tomorrow.
nans wran e poundingoutr hits asJoe M eC rthy fomer Chicago Gehrig, the Yankee first baseman, Mr. Carey said: "e are gealy
taking ystadate of TherrtrolCub manager who is about to be- has not been in the big show as impressed with the setup of the
but when Harley MacNeil went in gin his first year as an American long as his more illustrious colea- new stadium, as it meets the needs
to finish the game, he held the sub- League pilot at the helm of the gue, but in those few years he has in regard to seats mre nearly than
fNew York Yankees, faces a task attracted almost as much at ten-I anything we Ever have seen. When
stitutes down to four more tallies. that would be far from welcome to tion. Gehrig was second in the. we first cae toCeeadw a
These scores w wee not the result ,the mristh o mg leau bl (icnwue n ag l
theimajorbtytheYigigaguebp-inmericanLeaguj-no thought of staging the match
oft hissafpitchin ling so mucha as that of mre players. His is the position of hav' season, while a great many of hisi anywhere other than Chicago, but
wth padfieldnthwasiared ing to take a team of former pen- mighty blows went for extra bases.. an inspection of the stadium today
widohws thporojdgmngh, idem nant winners who have shown a In the field he is not the picture of changed the picture entirely, and
ainds ohietrowingar, andocwum marked decline in strength and grace, it must be admitted, but he! if we can work out some minor de--
sess in g rteeaerCarrofwhoea turn them into a winning team for covers the sack sufficiently well to'tails the match will come here. I
cathin fo te geatr artof hethe most critical group of fans in warrant keeping him in the lineup, feel no hesitancy in saying Clve-
gaet finally u.i h i seemedd to tire a for he k the major leagues. Gehrig Still in Primne, land has the match."
wen u i te iran b~a mk- Managing a major league team Without these two men on theI The stadium now under con-
ing errors and falling asleep whle.
batters stole base after base for3 may not be so hard in some cities team McCarthy realy ol eu tuto i xetdt ecm
scores but in New York it takes plenty of against a man sized problem. Rut;, pleted by the middle of June. It's
scors. Ivictories to please the fans. A pilot' however, in spite of his increasing normal seating capacity is 1Wt,000,
Diffley Makes 3 Runs. that cannot finish well up in the age and a slight tendency to sow but tentative plans call for the con-
Besides Tompkins, thne second race just doesn't last, and so Mc- up a bit, can still be counted uiponx struction of 20,000 additional seats.,
team had Bartholomew and Lefty Carthy finds himself face to face Ito aid the Yanks materially in _---___ ._-
Travers on the rubber for 'them, with the problem of turning his :1931 race, while Gehrig is sti SAND-GRAVEL
Diffley was on the other end of team of has-be ens into one° of the ; young enough to have many more
their batteries and did more than most powerful clubs of the league, good years of baseball left in his WASHED, SCREENED
aid them turn in some hurling that 'Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig, there-I system. ALL SIZES
kept the regulars well in hand to fore, loom as two of the keymen in With these two men, McCarthy
the tune of three runs in 14 in- the question of what Boss Joe's also has Earl Combs, Tony Lazzri,' CALL
nings. Diff ley contributed two stolen frst year record will be. and Bill Dickey upon whomi~ he can 7075, 7112 OR 21014
bases and crossed the plate three ase dopes on Two Stars, count to gi a lot of punch to the
times yesterday. The names of Ruth and Gerig club. Besides these men, the Ne , KILLINS GRAVEL CO.
The first stringers were not hit- are perhaps the two most famous --- (Continued on Page 7)
ting either but the Yanigans slip- in the entire major leagues today ~-_- -
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Wet Greens on University Course
Force Men to Play on
Practice Grounds.
With the sky again clear, Coach
n artrigh aH summoned his golf squad
for practice yesterday afternoon.
6ince permission to use the Univer-
sity course is not yet forthcoming,
due wet grecns, the practice, like
the previous ones this week, was
is ld on the .practice ground behind
the stadium. Howard. Lanfesty,
Montague, Jolly, Hoover. Root, Sher-
wood, and Redniss were among
those in~ the practice line, sending
iron shots down wind to the green
100 yards awa)' with fair accuracy
in spite of the tricky gusts.
Courtright is satisfied with the
development of the squad to date.
and hopes to start match play next
week to determine team positions,
and to get his men in shape for the
first Conference match to be played
on the twenty-third of the month
against Purdue on the course at La-

NEW ORLEANS, Apr. 4.--UP)-
Beaten down by two youngsters
who snatched from them the
doubles title of the New Orleans
country club invitation tennis
tournament, a pair of Davis cup
veterans today were bent upon
taking charge of the singles
George Lott and John Van
Ryn, of Philadelphia, yesterday
lost the doubles final to Ells-
worth Vines and Cliff Sutter by
a score of 6-3. 6-. 4-6, 6-3.
Sutter. national intercollegiate
champion who left Tulane Uni-
versity this year to battle his
way up as a Davis cup prospect,
meets Van Ryn today in the
singles semi-final. Should Sutter
Idefeat Van Ryn he goes into the
ffinal against Lott who in the
other semi-finial match already
has eliminated Vines.
The winner of today's semi-
final must take three sets out of
a possible five, Van Ryn yester-
day accepting the proposal of
Sutter that they . start their
match over. The final will be
played Sunday afternoon.
Lott and Van Ryn, have been
selected to represent the United
States in the French champion-
ships this spring.

Experts Pick Cardinals to Lead
Teams in National League
NEWhYORK, Apr. 4.--1P-With
rookies walking 'the plank at a
somewhat rapid rate, major league
basebal craft hav turned their
sails homeward, still leaving the ex-
pertsnvery much mystified as to the
prospects for the 1931 pennant
The Philadelphia Athletics and
St. Louis Cardinals, 1930 winners,
remained the pre-season favorites,
with the opening gains only a
fortnight away, but the feeling of
uncertainty as to the relative
strength of the contending clubs is
widely manifest.
Senators Favored for Second.
It is reflected not only in the
rapidly shifting developments of
the training campaigns, but in the
broad range ofdopinion filed so farf
by the war correspondents in the
annual pennant conceiisus of the
Associated Press.
Twenty-five of the 38 experts who
have reported, favor the Athletics
to make it three straight. Nine have
picked the Washington Senators,
who appear to be gaining support
mapidly. Two each name the New
York Yankees and Cleveland ;In-
dians as probable pennant winners
ini the American League.
Cardinals Rest in National.
In the National, the Cardinals
showv 18 votes, with nine cast for
Chicago Cubs, eight for the Brook-
lyn Robins, four for the New York
Giants and one for the Pittsburgh
In making these predictions the
critics have disregarded some of
the sign-posts of the conditionimng
season, and based their views on

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CHICAGO, April l.-(P)-Enthu-
siasm and interest undimmed by
his 68 years. Amos Alonzo Stagg is
Fashioning his fortieth University
of Chicago foot ball squad.


University Golf Course to Open
After Holiday if Weather Permits
Although no official action has i versity course approximates $1
been taken by the Board in Control There is a possibility that some sort
of Athletics regarding the new Uni- of season ticket arrangement may
versity Golf course, several points be worked out, which will effect a
have been definitely decided upon.'.
First and foremost, the new worth while saving.
course, which is one of the four Will Provide Club House.
eighteen-hole courses owned and The administration plans to pro-
operated by universities in the vide storage facilities for clubs and
t,,,, n ill bh tnnn aln n 1l st ~-... .~n,. n

country, W De open U U1o U
dents, men and women, and all
faculty members. The only qualifi-
cation which players must have is
an elementary knowledge of the

;ame and its etiquette.
May Open April 20.
If weather conditions permit, the
new course will be opened immedi-
ately following spring vacation. A
large crew of men are at work put-
ting the greens in shape and roll-
ing the fairways, tasks which will
be completed so as to permit play
as early as Monday, April 20th.
However, if adverse weather condi-
tions are encountered the official
opening may be delayed until Sat-
urday, April 25th.
The amount of the greens fee
has not been decided upon, but in-
dications are that it will be exceed-
ingly moderate, much less than is
charged on other similar course .
Th< fee on the Yale course is $2,
while the fee on the Stanford Uni-
~-'rr-'r'r - &- -r r

will have a competent club maker pcxpr
and repairer stationed at the old A north ago, the Cardinals
farmhouse which will serve as a looked like the best club training in
clubhouse for this year at least. Florida, but since then the Red-
Construction of the proposed $85,- birds have been unable to con-
000 clubhouse has been indefinitely solidate their outfield, with Chick
postponed, due to the action of the Hafey a persistent holdout, and en-
board in donating Michigan's share thusiasm for the prospects of two
of the receipts from the Chicago pitching recruits, Dean and Der-
football game last fall to charity. ringer, has lessened.
The new course compares favora-
bly with any to be found in the BRUSSELS-(.P)' --Pigeon betting
immediate vicinity of Ann Arbor has developed into a national sport
and is the equal of many of the in Belgium. Interest in pigeon rac-
courses to be found in the Detroit ing in the country received impetus
district. It is a championship course from the world war in which car-
in every respect, but at the same rier pigeons rendered valuable aid
time, to use the words of Fielding
H. Yost, Athletic Director, "It was= ---
designed and built to make a pleas-
urable course for the average play- 3
er." Both long and short tees have
been provided so that the hazards
of the course will not provide anyWO LD' ORIG NAL
insurmountable obstacles for the
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