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April 21, 1931 - Image 7

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TUESDAY, AT'RTL 22, 1931

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NINE OPrENS H MIE
SCHEDULE T ODDAY

Cornpton, Tompkins to.
Normal Team.

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(Continued From Page 6)
Braendle will also be in the garden.
Trhe other outfielder has not yet
been chosen.
On' the Southern trip the Wolver-
ines started with a win, Compton
hurling a shutout 1-0 victory ~against
St. Xavier. Against Dayton the
Maize and Blue aggregation went
berserk, scoring a 15-3 triumph that
saw Sol Hudson pounding out three
homers while Daniels was adding
one. McKay started the gamec, but
Was relieved.
Miami Wins, 5-3.
Miami took the first fall out of
Fisher's charges, grabbing a 5-3 de-
cision on. catcher Van Lanning-
ham's home run. Kentucky admin-
istered a 10-5 beating to the Wol-
verines at Louisville, Presby being
the, victim of the Southerners at-
tack.
Compton pitched again against
Vanderbilt, with the score 6 to 6
in the tenth. The game was called
because of darkness. In the second,
game of the series the Wolverines
managed- to nose out a 5-4 victory.
YESTERDAY'S HOMERS
Stone .................... Tigers
Ruth (two) .............. Yankees'
Callop ....................Reds
Bottomley................ Cards
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ADVERTISING ...
NOTICE

Golf Mentor Announces Additionalf t'ryouts;
Thirty-msix Hole Rounds to ]Decide Positions
Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood, Var- must be played, eighteen on any
sity golf coach, announced yes ter- two of these days. All contestants
day that tryouts for the team would must be eligible scholastically. The
begin April 22 and run for three attested scores for the round may'
days. At the present time he is be left with Mr. Courtright at thej
carrying. six men on the squad and club-house or with the student
expects to increase this number by manager who will be at the course.
ten more. Those who qualify for the squad
The plan under which the tryouts will be permitted to use the course
will be held is that thirty-six holes at any time free of charge.

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