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TR P TIGERS, SOLONS MOVE TO TOP
WITH CUBS WINNING OVER CARDS
IMAIlfRAl M ATE HN NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE

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Liinksmen Open Intercollegiate
Competition With Normal C
Wednesday Afternoon.
b
Wet grounds caused the post-
Donement of the scheduled match
with the Detroit Country Club for p
Coach Thomas Trueblood's Varsity h
golf team. The Wolverines remain-
ed at home throughout the vaca-i e
tion period.
Trueblood divided his squad into P
two teams Saturday for a. practicet
match. Lenfesty and Howard were c
the respective leaders. Capt. Len- I o
festy captured low medal honors E
,with a 77, followed by Howard and d
Ed Dayton with 78. Montague I t
scored an even 80. Howard's teamb
composed of Jolly, Ed Dayton, Love-
land and Schloss took the measure'
of Lenfesty's outfit with an aggre-
gate of 413 compared to 416 for
their opponents.
The opening intercollegiate com-
petition for the Wolverines is card- I
ed for Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 F
when Michigan State Normal will
send a six man team here. The Hu-'a
rons will be led by Dunlap. The F
Michigan team has not been defin- C
itely selected. -
Accdrding to an announcement P
made yesterday by Coach True- I
blood Varsity trials will start this p
afternoon. Ten men are given
playing privileges each year on the 1
University course. Each man, in
order to qualify, must play three
18-hole rounds. The low ten scores
will receive the right to play free1
of charge. Monday, April 25, will
be the final day for the qualifying
rounds.
s Munn Plans to Sign
1 as Minnesota Mentor'
Clarepce Munn, Minnesota's all-
American guard, will return to
Minnesota next fall to assist Ber-
nie Bierman in preparing the 1932
_ grid squad. As a full-time member
of the coaching staff, he will assist
in coaching track and teach in the
physical education department.
Formal approval by the board of
regents will be delayed until after
Munn receives his degree in order
to avoid any possible charge con-
cerning eligibility.
Munn's competition as an under-
graduate will end this spring with
the culmination of the track sea-
son. At present he holds the Big
Ten title in the shot-put and has
yet to defend his ability against
other weight men in outdoor meets.
I Yea c 4
f you can afford
a $60 suit this
Spring ...Cor-
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1 your good for-
tune.

But if you are one of the
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work of twice as much
money . . Corbett's are
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$60 Styling in these two
trouser
Sparton Suits at
at
$2450 - $2950
Sparton Topcoats
$2250- $2500
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WalkI Few Steps
and Save Dollars

Chicago moved into first place in Detroit and Washington were
he National league by defeating' roosting at the top of the Junior
he St. Louis Cardinals, World's!nt
champions, 3 to 1. Charlie Root Lrived at gtht oth eams having
as in rarethe hird straigh seter by winning slugfests yesterday. The
ack that the Red Birds have re- Solons, beaten twice in succession
eived by the league champions, rallied
Combining good pitching by the to down the Athletics by a 15 to
promising rookie Huck Betts with 7 score. Three home runs were the
home runs by Red Worthington and' real factors along with a- six run
Wes Schulmerich the Braves down- rally in the ninth.
d New York 7 to 1 to split second Whitlow John Wyatt, the South-
lace three ways. The defeat was I ern Sunday-school teacher, turned
harged to Sam Gibson, former De- in his second win of the year coast-
roit twirler, who is essaying a ing home with a 14-7 win over the
comeback with the Giants. The lowly St. Louis 'Brownies. Wes
other two second place clubs are Ferrell, Cleveland hurling ace, also
Brooklyn and Burt Shotton's Phila- marked up his second one in the
delphia nine. Big Babe Phelps held win column, taking a' hurling duel
he latter team to six scattered from the Chicago White Sox, 2 to 1.
blows to chalk up an 8. to C win and It made it two straight for the In-
draw the two teams even. dians.

Herman ................Cincinnati Gehringer..............Detroit
Worthington ............... Boston Foxx ................ Philadelphia
Schulmerich ............... Boston West ................ Washington
Barton ...................Chicago Judge ............... Washington
Wright ..................Brooklyn Manush .............. Washington

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