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April 10, 1931 - Image 7

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FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1931

'THE MTCHIGAN

DATUM'

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Student Fee Set at 50 Cents for
Eighteen Holes by Board;
10 Rounds for $4.50.

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Mules Governing Course Listed;
Farmhouse to be Made Into
Temporary Clubhouse.
(Continued from Page 6)
Will govern the operation of the
course follow:
1. Students will be identified by
the identification card issued thiem
by the University.
2. Two or more students playing
together may use coT .°ons from the
same book.3
3. Married students may use the
coupons from the same book for
their wives and dependent mem-
bers of their families, Saturdaysa
Sundays and Holidays excluded.
4. Student and faculty fees to be
50 cents for single playing fee, 18
holes; 10 single playing rights, 18
holes, $4.56. All playing rights sub-i
ject to place to play and u.-der
such rules and regulations as mayj
be fixed by the Board in Control of
Athletics.
5. Faculty members will be iden-
tified by their athletic coupon book,
or any other satisfactory proof.
6. Two or more faculty members
may use the same book when play-
ing together.
7. Dependent members of the
family may use the faculty book,
Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays l
excluded.
8. Alumni fees for 18 holes, $1
for week days, $1.50 for Saturdays,;
Sundays and Holidays. Non-alumni
fees for 18 holes, $1.50 for week
days, $2 for Saturdays, Sundays
and Holidays.
9. Guests, non-alumni, will be
permitted to play only when ac-
companied and playing with a stu-
dent, an alumnus, or member of the
faculty.

J ixteen Freshmen Win TRACK MEN TRAIN
MatNumeral Awards FOR DRAKE PELAYI
[ [ gBWh the close of the freshman (Continued From Page 6)
F J 0U [wiestling season last Wednesday, run by a slight margin and will
Coach Donohue announced his nu- probably go with the squad. Egles-
Choate Beats Laser for Light- meral awards. The list, numbcring ton, another sophomore, is ,chedu .-
Heavyweight Title in Feature 16, comprises some fair wrestling ed to bear the brunt of the burden
of Eliminations, talent, and was partly compiled in the hurdles.
from the results of Wednesday aft- Cox, erstwhile gridder, wlo h .
(Continued From Page 6) ernoon'S final bouts. been tossing the hammer with in-
feating Mendelson. -he title in the Mentioned among the more out- creasing skill for the past f w
welterweight class went to Burg-- standing Irosh grapplers are Mosier, weeks, will be taken to participate
torff. Warren Taylor won the final holder of the state A. A. U. title, in that event. The giant football
bout in the middleweight. In the Krueger, Clark, Doharty, and Pon- star has been throwing the hammer
lightheavy and heavyweight classes to, a 165-pounder. The list of fresh- well over 140 feet, and should gain
the titles went to Bob Choate and men to whom numerals are to be a place at Drake. Goldsmith, an-
R. L. Bradley, respectively. awarded follows: Landrum, Shapi- other member of the gridiron squad,
Yesterday's bouts included match- ro, Harlbie, Larock, Cookson, Freed- will put the shot for the Wolves.
es in the lightweight, welterweight, man, Ktueger, Mosier, Kasabach, Captain Pottle, in the pole vault,
middle weight, and light-heavy- Clamk, White, Stigleman, Siragusa, land Klein, in the broad jump, will
weight. In the middleweight bout Doharty, McCauley, and Ponto. probably complete the squad.
extra round, making four in all,
before the winner could be deter-
mined. Galizia went into the first
round with a burst of speed and c
succeeded in taking it. In the see-
ond both fighters were on equal
terms. Taylor came back in the
third and took that round and also
the fourth for the bout. Taylor (under new management)
won the fight by means of his in-
fighting. FLOYD SNYDER and his Club Ambassador
Burgtorff Wins Welter Title. Dance Band are the talk of the town.
burgtorff took the fight in the
welterweight class. He captured the Ladies 20c Gents S0c
first two rounds. In the second No charge for Dancing
Stevens broke his thumb at the
start but finished out the round. No Dance Tonight, FRIDAY
Let Philbin then called the fight
off. Ballroom rented for priate party

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ORDERS ACCEPTED BY TELEPHONE
PHONE 6915

The best fight of the day was in
the light-heavyweight class be-
tween Choate and Laser. Choate
won the bout by his performance
in the first round, as the boxers
were on even terms in the last two.
Both hien put up a good fight, and
showed the best boxing ability of
the group.
Ralston Beats Mendelson.
Ralston and Mendelson also gave
a good showing in the; ligntweighL
bout,. with Ralston taking the open-
ing and final rounds for the bout.
Both men landed some good blows
to the head and body, although
they missed several aims because of
f({aulty timing.

Saturday Night--Prize Night
Beautiful Jacqueline shoes given through the courtesy of Jacobson
Stores Inc.
Dance with us at our first Sunday night show
Next Sunday, April 12th
Dancing 9:00 o'clock-Added attractions
COLLEEN BLANCHETTE, Radio's Bo
Boop A Doop Girl.

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TWO STORES

711 North University

JOE QUALTERS, Old Mana
others in person.
No Increase in prices

Sunshine and

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Game Today May be Last Before I
Start of Southern Trip
Next Tuesday.
(Continued From Page 6)
Harley McNeil took up the hurl-
ing burden for the Yannigans in
the fifth, and worked for the last
seven innings, allowing the Regu-
tars to score only one more run.
That came in the eighth inning on
a longtriple by Norm Daniels and
an infield out on the part of Ken
Manuel.
Drabicke Scores for Reserves.
The only Yannigan marker came
in the eighth also, off the deliveries
of Folger, who worked the last six
frames. Drabickle singled to open
the inning and Braendle was given
a free ticket to first. Two wilds
pitches in succession then allowed
Drabicke to cross thre plate.
While all of the four pitchers
showed. that they are rapidly round-.
ing into form during their stay on
the mound, the batters still lookedI
weak in trying to solve the offer-
ings that were presented to them'
Norm Daniels' triple in the eighth
was the best clout of the game.
Hole Plays Well.
A nice fielding game was turned
in by Hole, Yannigan shortstop who
was moved over from third base
where he has been playing during
nost of the training contests. Sev-
eral times he scooped up grounders
that were hit far to his right to
toss the runners out on fast plays
At first base. If he can keep up that
kind of a fielding game, and in the
meantime pick up a- little on his
batting, he may loom as a strong
possibility to break into the regular
lineup.
Spring Trip Starts Tuesday.
Chances are that this was the
last game the players will be called
upon to stage before the spring trip
begins at Dayton next Tues tay. 'O1,
the Southern trip the team will be
called upon to meet Dayton, St.
Xavier, Kentucky and Vanderbilt
on two different occasions. Coach
Fisher has not yet selected the Le.1
that will make the trip.
FRESHMAN BASEBALL
All Freshmen baseball candi-
dates report for practice on the
Tuesday following spring vaca-
tion. Bring your own equipment.
Bennie Oosterbaan, coach.

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