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April 22, 1931 - Image 6

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L 22, 1931

Play to Begin This Afternoon,
on Ferry Field; Tennis
Also Starts Today.
Intramural activities swing into
full action again today with the
opening of the spring sports pro-I
gram, and. the competing teams
begin the last lap of the year-round
athletic competition of the depart-
ment. Soft baseball, tennis, and
horseshoes with the various leagues
are all scheduled to get under wayE
this week.
Baseball Starts Today.
Five classifications of indoor base-
ball leagues have been drawn up
including fraternity, class, inde-
pendent, faculty, and R.O.T.C. The
last named is a new league this
year being part of the new R.O.T.C.
program sponsored by the Intram-
ural Department. The first three
named are all old standbys and are
carded for their opening games this
afternoon. All losing teams not
forfeiting will meet in consolation


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Tiwee Telegraphic
T rack Meets Carded
for Yearling Team
Freshman track men will find
plenty of competition on the out-
door track this spring. with the
scheduling of three telegraphic
meets with Big Ten opponents, it
was announced yeste'rday by Coach
Ken Doherty.
Meets have been arranged with
Ohio State yearlings May 8, Illinos
May 15, and Wisconsin May 16,
Coach Doherty said. The Illinois
meet will probably be the strongest
outfit for the Wolverine first year
men to hurdle.
Freshmen are working out daily
in preparation for these meets and
have been- augmented by the addi-
tion of two distance men. Boylan in
the mile and Elrod in the 440.


Wolverines to Play
Hurons Here Today
in Postponed Game
Rain caused the postponement
of yesterday's game with Michi-
gan State Normal at Ferry field,
delaying the opening of the Wol-
verine's home season until this
afternoon. The clash on the dia-
mond will start at 4:05 o'clock
today, weather permitting.
Verne Compton, ace of Fisher's
mound staff, will probably draw
the pitching assignment for to-
day's game. The Wolverine main-
stay is not likely to work the full
time, Captain Jack Tompkins be-
ing booked to relieve him in the
later frames.
Difiley will be behind the bat,
while the infield will be com-
posed of Hudson at first, Daniels
on the keystone sack, Superko on
the hot corner, and Kracht at
short. Tompkins will be at one
of the garden posts until he
takes the mound, and Braendle
will also be in the outfield. The
third member of the outfield trio
j has not yet been designated.

PURPLE WILL PLAY Penn Relays to Draw
ILL INI SATURD AY Over 3,000 Athletes
Nortiiwestern to Open Diamond PHILADELPHIA, April 21.-(A.-' .
S.'ason After Bad Trip. More than 3,000 athletes represent-
ing over 500 high and prep school,
EVANSTON, Ill., April 21-North- and colleges, will display their tal-
western's baseball team opens its ents at Franklin Field next Friday
campaign in quest of the Big Ten and Saturdvnkin the 37th annu a
championship against Illinois at
Urbana S:turday. The Wildcats re- University of Pennsylvania relay
turned this week from their an- carnival.
nual spring training trip in which Next year many of them will b.e
'hey fared rather badly. at the preparing for the Olympic games
hands of the Dixie teams, dropping scheduled for Los Angeles in the
.even of their eight games.sceuefoLsAnlsinlil
However, the team was at a summer. A number of the contests
marked disadvantage, having been on the Penn card are standard
unable to work outside before leav- Olympic events, placed there to de-
ing for the south. The squad im- velop the Schoolboy and colle
proved steadily with each game and
by Saturday Coach Paul Stewart athletes for the quadrennial games.
expects to have his proteges ready The 3,000 meter steeplechase, the
to take on the strong Illinois out- 400 meter hurdle rae, the decath-


tt y
Either Buck Fyfe or Johnny Kruft
will pitch for the Wildcats. The for-
mer is a senior and the latter a
sophomore. Fyfe pitched a 1 to 0
win over Rice . Institute on the
southern trip while Kruft held the
Houston Texas league team to six
hits, finally losing 5 to 4.

lon and the many field events in
the relay carnival are standard
Olympic events.
The many relay races from a
quarter mile to four miles, includ-
ing _the shuttle hurdle race, ore
other excellent events to fit the
runners of this ,country for the
Olympic games.

Lineup Is in Doubt With
Royston and Lenfesty
Sure Starters.




A total of 63 teams have been en-
tered in the interfraternity leagues,{
making up 12 five-team leagues and
one three-team odd league. Each
team will play four games to de-
side the league leaders and then
these leaders will- meet to deside
the fraternity championship which
is held at present by Phi Sigma
Delta who took it from Phi Kappa
Psi, runner-up last year. Last year's
league winners are salted through-
out the new set-ups to make for
moreheven competition and the
schedules seem to be well-balanced.
Interclass Teams Entered.
..The interclass competition in-
cludes three leagues with 13 teams
entered, one league having five
teams in it. The championship in
this division of baseball will be de-
pided in the same way as the fra-
ternity title, and the present win-
ners, Junior Dents, and runner-up,
Senior Laws, are both back in the
race determined to take away the
honors this year.
The independent league numbers
but one with only four teams enter-
ed to date, but the competition will
be carried out to decide who will
earn the honors that the Rockets
and Buckeyes now hold as last
year's first two aggregations. There
is plenty of room here for more
(Continued on Page 7)
What's YOUR

Coach Thomas C. Trueblood and
'his Varsity niblic wielders will jour-
ney to East Lansing this week-end
where they will encounter the
Michigan State College golfing con-
tingent in the second dual meet of
;the season.
What brand of opposition to be
expected from the East Lansing
boys is unknown, but several times
in years past they have managed
to provide sterling oppositinn for
the Wolverines. After the surprise
encountered at Purdue, C o a c h
Trueblood is taking no chances on
his boys being overconfident and
expects all of them to be in the
best of shape.
Captain Royston and Lenfesty
are the only two who are reason-;
ably sure of getting the call in the
East Lansing meet. Johnny Howard,
one of last year's standbys, has
been on the sick list for sometime
and it is doubtful if he will be in
good enough shape to drive from
Ithe first tee Saturday. Jolly, who
showed well against Purdue, Living-
ston, Hand, and Sherwood have all
been playing nice golf, which is
making Truebloods task of picking
his team a hard one. In the Pur-
due meet, Livingston had consider-
able difficulty with his short game,
I but seems to be back in his stride.



Baseball Scores


Captains in three sports will play regularly on the 1931 Wolverine
nine. Tompkins, who led the hockey sextet to a Big Ten title last winter
and was named as goalie on the all-American team is also captain of
the diamond squad. Hudson, first baseman, will captain the gridders
next fall, and Daniels, a three sport man is the cage leader for next year.

000 004 4 5
000 021 5 8


Clev. ...200




Noyes Runs 220 in Fast Time Johnny Noyes came through with
to Beat Out Russell in the star performance of the trials
Trial Event, yesterday afternoon when he flash-
ed out in front of a big field of 220
Final trials for entries in the men to win in the fine time of 22
Drake Relays will be run off this iseconds flat. He nosed out the vet-
afternoon, Coach Chuck Hoyt an- eran Russell by about a foot and
nounced yesterday. Trials will be lead the rest of the field by yards.
n e yThe track was wet and heavy and
held in the polevault, broad jump the cold air also added to the dif-'
and javelin to determine if Pottle, ficulty of his performance, but
Klein, and Dougal can offer any INoyes' win was brilkiant for an early
real competition for the galaxy of season run even thtugh he was aid-
stars who will compete in the Des ced a bit by the wind. DeBaker held
Moines meet. Their performances a slight edge over 0lading to take
today will decide whether they will third place in the trial.j
make the trip. The squad will leave Four relay teams will be entered
Thursday night, Coach Hoyt said, in the Drake affair, Coach Hoyt
as the meet trials are scheduled said, including the quarter, half,
to begin Friday. i i ile, and two mile.

Sorrell, Herring & Schang, Hay-
worth: Brown, Ferrell & Sewell.
Bos. ....000 200 100 3 7 1
Wash. . .144 100 02x 12 16 2
Gaston, Morris, Brillheart, Mur-
phy & Berry; Marbe rry & Spencer.
Phil . ... 000 000 001 1 7 0
N. Y. ...280 000 11x 12 11 0
Mahaffey, Carter, Romell & Hev-
ing Cochrane; Pennock & Dickey.
Chicago-St. Louis Rain.
N. Y. ...100 000 000 1 5 1
Bos ....100 002 02x 5 9 0
Donohue, Schumacher & O'Far-
rell; Brant & Spohrer.
Brkln. ..001 100 001 3 9 2
Phil. . . .004 000 21x 7 12 1
Heimach. Moss, Gallivan & Lom-
bardi; Elliot & Davis.
St. Louis-Chicago no game.
Ferman ................. Brooklyn
Bluege . ............... Washington
Myers ................. Washington
Stone ..................... Detroit
Lary ...................Yankees

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men smoke-
IF you walk along Prospect Street
in Princeton you'll notice how
many men load their pipes from
the familiar blue Edgeworth tin.
At Senior Singing on the steps of
Nassau Hall this spring the pipes
will glow with Edgeworth.
A pipe and Edgeworth-this is
the smoking combination that has
won the college man. Yale, Dart-
mouth, Cornell, Illinois, Stanford
S. all agree with Princeton.
College men everywhere respond
to the appeal of pipes-packed with
cool, slow-burning Edgeworth. Be
guided by their choice: Try Edge-
worth yourself. Taste its rich nat-
ural savor that is enhanced im-
measurably by Edgeworth's dis-
tinctive eleventh process.
You will find Edgeworth at your
nearest tobacco shop-15# the tin.
Or, for generous free sample, ad-
dressLai-us & Bro. Co., 105 S.
22d St., Richmond, Va.


Down Go
ntPe Pices
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bUITrs- and TvPCO=ftAT~mS
$7 5
$0 iOW
$30 to $35 TopcoatsNO
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savings . . . come ready to buy . . . never before have you seen such
values . . . at regular prices they were bargains . . . at reduced prices
they are a knockout . . . the spring colors are grays, green, tans, %n
tweeds, worsteds, cheviots, homespun, the king cross and Zeeland fabrics
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Neckwear in
Bright Colors
Colors come into their own with
the advent of warm weather andi
the colGrs of neckwear lead them
all. The ties we are showing will
improve your spring outfita l ot.

Light Gray
for the -Hat



$7.50 to $9.00
Wool Knickers
$2.00-$2.50 Shirts
1:4 -1 4-1 '-

$5.00 Spring Sweaters
$1.50 to $1.75 Spring Ties

No hat is smarter than a light
gray felt with a snap brim, and
to satisfy your vanity be sure to
come in and try one on.

Edgeworth is a blend
of fine old burleys;

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