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SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 1931

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEV

Defeat Meant Only Success
to Rockne, Says e oac

Rock's Spirit to Inspire
Grid Team to Greater
Heights.
By Hartley (Hunk) 4nderson,
Assistant Notre Dame Football Coach.
(Copyright, 31, by the Asscited TIs')
SOUTH BEND, Ifid., April 4.-(A.P)
-As I sit crushed and heartbroken
in this lifeless little office where
Knute Rockne and I so often map-
ped out plans of battles, battles to
forge winning football teams and
winning men, I wonder if there
lives a Notre Dame man who be-
lieves the great spirit of our Rock
is dead.
ie is gone from us, but his spirit
lives. And when we line up for fu-
ture fights, that spirit will carry us
on to new heights.I
No, Rockne has many more vic-
tories left for old Notre Dame. He
will make us win, when we are back
to the wall, it will be "do it for'
Rock, boys." Such an inspiration
cannot be denied.
To-a last man, we'll carry on.
It wasn't so much strategy, skill
and quickness of thinking that cre-
ated Knute Rockne; it was because
he "knew." He knew life, he knew
ambition and failure and success.
He had his share of them all, yet,
in all he was greater in defeat than
success. Defeat was his high road
to success.
I was with Rock to the depths of
failure, to his heights of success as
player and as coach almost without
interruption since 1918.
M.S.C. WINS FROM
VANDERBILT, 3-2

PROBABLE ENTRY
IN TWO MILE RUN

INTRAMURAL
NEWS
RO.T. C. League.
WISC L IL CompnyDleads the R. . T. C.
New Jersey Star Beats Van Wie division ofthe Intramural competi-
in Finals of North-South tion with a total of 75 points. The
league, comprised of 7 teams, fea-
tures tourneys in swimming, track,
----- basketball, bowling, and baseball.
C., Company D took the lead position
After four years of campaigning with a win in swimming, with the
over the sloping fairways and sand finals of the bowling to be rolled
greens of Pinehurst, Maureen Or- Wednesday evening at the Union.
cgrnt, of Englewood, N. J., today won In this competition, Company B-I
meetsCompany E. A track meet is
her reward with victory in the 29th to be held Monday night at the
annual North and South women's Field house, and the semi-finals of
golf tournament. the basketball in classes A and B
The New Jersey star, twice medal- will be run off Tuesday night at
ist in the tournament, but never the Intramural building.
before getting past the semi-fin I , All-Round Championship.
downed the straisht-driving Vi- Individual competition in the
doned the sraight-ivg Vnep twenty sports included in the all-
ginia Van Wie, of Chicago, one up ound tourney finds Phelps, last
in-_---- t-mcyears champion, leading so far with

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Perry Austin, Wolverine track {
star, who will probably be a rem-"
ber of the two mile relay team at
the Drake relays at Des Moines,
April 24 and 25.
Golf Course Will be "
Open After Vacation
(Continued on Page 7)
average golfer.!
A meeting of the Board in Con-j
trol is scheduled for Thursday of
this week, and at that time an offi-
cial set of rules regarding the oper-
ation of the course will be formo-
lated.

South African Breaks
100 Yard Dash Mark
BLOEMFONTEIN, So. Africa,
Apr. 4.-(/P)--The world's record
for the 100-yard dash was bet-
tered here today when J. Jour-
bert, of St. Ellenbosch Univer-
sity, raced the distance in 0:09
2-5 seconds in the South African
championships.
The listed world's record of
0:09.5 seconds is credited to
Eddie Tolan, University of Mich-
igan sprinter, but the official
Anicritan mark is 0:09 2-5 sec-
onds, held by Frank Wykoff of
Southern California.

38 points. Ostrander is second with
20, but the scores of Bauss and
Walker, yet, undetermined, may find
them near the top, according to
Earl Riskey, of the Intramural de-
partment.i

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WINNERS OF INTRAMURAL
TITLES.
Speedball-Alpha Kappa Lambda
Dual Swim-Phi Kappa Psi
Water Polo-Theta Chi
Cross Country-T. K. E.
Handball-Phi Beta Delta
Wrestling-Tau Kappa Epsilon
Basketball, A-Alpha Sigma Phi
Basketball, B-Sigma Chi
Basketball, C-Sigma Chi
Swim Meet-Theta Chi
Bowling--Alpha Chi Sigma
Foul Throw-tie, Chi Psi, Alpha
Omega
Track-Alpha Phi Alpha
Relays-Phi Sigma Kappa

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capable of conducting small busi-
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Have Room for two students to ride,
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Spartans Score Three Runs in
Ninth Inning Rally."
NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 4.-(A)
--A ninth inning rally featured by
a three-base hit by Eliowitz with,
two men on gave Michigan State
college a 3 to 2 victory over Vander-
bilt university in a baseball game
here Friday.
Eliowitz raced home on an error
for the run that gave the Spartans
the game. Three of the five hits
secured by Michigan State off the
puzzling delivery of Dethero came
in the big ninth inning.
Vanderbilt found Capt. Eddie.
Gibbs, Spartan pitcher, for seven
hits, but they were well scattered.
Canadien Puck Team
Beats Blackhawks, 2-1
CHICAGO, April 4.---Les Canadi-
ens of Montreals, winners of the
National League title defeated the
Chicago Blackhawks, 2-1, yesterday
in the Chicago stadium to main-
tain their sturdy defense of the
Stanley cup, hockey's greatest prize.
Subs Defeat Varsity
in 14-Inning Game
(Continued From Page 6>
Hale, Cracht, Manuel, Moody,
Knight, Brendle played on the Yan-
nigan lineup for various parts ot
the game, while Hudson, Daniels,
Butler, Superko, Eastman, Tomp-
kins, and McCormick were the reg-
ulars that held down the fielding
posts for the other side. Their
comparative showings can be easily
figured out from the score that re-
sulted and the figures do not lie
any more this time than usual.
Plenty of hard work is in store for
these men in the coming weeks and
they surely need it.
Sun Beau, fifth in the second
Agua Caliente handicap, went to
the post at odds of 1 to 2, the short-
est in the history of this or the
Coffroth handicap, which it suc-
ceeded.

WHITE SOX BUY BLUE FROM BROWNS
TO STRENGTHEN FIRST BASE POST
Baseball's latest trade, the deal i was at this time one of the greatest
involving the sale of first baseman fieldinrg first basemen in the ma-
Lu Blue of the St. Louis Browns to
the Chicago White Sox, clarifies the tors, and his hitting was well over
first base situation for both of these the .300 mark.
clubs, and puts an end to countless pilot MsntoBletytheB nxt Tier
rumors that have been circulating with TIeinie Manush in the deal for
around the circuit since the close Harry Rice, Elam Vangilder, and
of the 1930 world series. Chick Galloway.
Chicago was mnown to be defi-
nitely in the market for a first base-
man, inasmuch as Johnny Wat- YANKEES REL Y ON
wood, an outfielder, was playing the nR .s n
bag last year, while another first l UTH AG R
sacker, John Clancy, was turned*--
loose from the club during the win- M'Carthy Has Hard Job to Maket
ter. A youngster, Ray Radcliffe, had I Champion 'Team df Yanks;
been purchased but he was at best, s
an unknown quantity.
Rumors linked the names of the
White Sox and the Cleveland In- (Continued from Page 6)
dians together in a deal, the idea I York roster is made up of lighi hit-
persisting that Lew Fonseca, Tribal ters, rookies who have yet to prove
first sacker, would be sent to Chi- themselves in major league co-
cago in exchange for Willie Kamm petition,ror veterans gnat are far
of the Pale Hose. past their primes.
Arm aIWiu-ast Season. I The pitching staff comprises the
At the same time, in the camp of weakest unit of the entire club.
the St. Louis Browns. Lu Blue was itPigsheaeotemun
being shoved to a back seat byaWi hkaceofthemound
newcomer, Burns, from a Western (cops, on the sick list, the bulk of
League club. Blue's arm had been xer mwhill fall upon the should-
ailing last summer and he was tak- ers of men who have only fair big
en from the St. Louis lineup to league records, or upon rookies who
give it a chance to heal. His play are 1ust breaking in.
had gone down so much in the last Ruth and Gehrig have always, in
two years, however, that it was recent years, played a large part in
deemed wise to fortify the team the success of the Yankee club, but
at that position. in all the time since they began
As Blue was of no further use to batting the ball around or out of
the Browns, this late deal should I major league parks it is doubtful
prove of advantage to both of the if they were ever being counted
teams involved. Inasmuch as the upon any more than they are this
Indians have failed to dispose of season. These two men may spell
Fonesca, who is starring in spring the difference between a winning
training games, and Radcliffe has season for McCarthy, or a failure in
failed to live up to expectations, the his firiUt year at the head of an
Chisox appear to have acquired the American League club. 'Ine entire
I best man available for the job. league is watching closely for the
Formerly With Tigers. result, whatever it may b and al-
Blue was forimerly a star on the though few want the Yanks to win
Detroit Tigers, but after several dis- the pennant, the majority of the
agreements with the manager, Ty fans are pulling for anol'her ban-
Cobb, was benched to make way ner year for both Ruth and Geh-
for another man, Johnny Neun. He rig.
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UNIVERSITY GOLF CARD
The official score card for the
new University Golf course:

Hole Nt,.
.T
3
Total out

Par
--
S
S4
36

Length
."
3;
3
1 ;a
33:
375
3')

Hole
.3
1 .4
13
'

No. Par
N ~
3
4
3
_4
4
2)

Len<;th
S.
2S5
335
173
3f)3
460
3315

3305 Ttl in 36
Total otartit

I0a tt30 3305
Total 72 6620
(The distances given are fromnback tees}

AUGUSTA,

Ga., April 4. -(A)-

Joe Kirkwood, Australian Pro, won
the Southeastern Open golf tourna-
ment and first prize money of 1,-
000.

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Monday, April 6th
Del Delbridge
and his Famous Dance Band
Direct from 4 years at Michigan, Fisher and Paramount Theatres Detroit,
and 5 months at Book Cadillac Hotel, Detroit.
This is a couple and stag Dance and will start at 8 o'clock for benefit
of Students.
Gran er's Ballroom
"Arnn Arbor's Best Ice Cream."
Easter Individual Groups-
Rabbits. Chicks, Eggs, and Rabbit in Auto
Cross and Chick Center Bricks
Special this week:
FIG NUT ICE CREAM
ORANGE SHERBET
RASPBERRY
Punches and Sherbets made from sun-r ipened fruit juices
Phones 22553 436 Third Street
"ANN ARBOR'S BEST ICE CREAM"
AEN AVANT ever forward
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burr, Patterson AuI Co.
Manulacturing Fraternity Jewelers
Detroit, Michigan & Wall<erville, Ontario

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