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April 23, 1932 - Image 3

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Three Varsity Relay IIflA DiM tr
Teams May Be SentUflV l IIIRL
to Events at Drake iDnA r nDIDTR I II I MI


Trry !Equa1ls Ihome, Run Record;


Extensive time trials to be c,,n-
ducted next week and th1week
after will dc'l,r aiine Ih( c Xzl(t noml-
ber of rela y te,,amsw that eoaeh h a r-
lie Hloyt, will send to Des Moines
to compete in ,the Draike relays
April 30. A mile tea,, ~,comfposed
of Captain Russell as anchor man,
Turner, Delaker, and one ether
runner selected from Lmen, Glad-
ing, and Ellery, is certain of going,
while twro-mile and half-maile teams
may be sent to complete the de-
l fense of Michigatn's triple winlill
these cevelnts lstsea son.
May Have ''wo-Mie IRelay. _
ff Coach Hfoyt gets his two-naillrs
running close to the record time of
7:52.2 haung up last year when
Michigan tooks the event, Turner
will undoubtedly be running at an-
chor, with his three teammates be-
ing chosen from among Howell,
Hill, Crawford, Wolfe, and Ostran-
der. Although Wolfe has usually
run in the mile, his work on this)

1 1 I lIUU ! UILL i1IlLI1

IWO Contingents to (lash "Noddy
in Reulat.-ioni Session ini
St.adiumn at 4:15.
Spring training for the 1932 grid-
(cs goes into the home stretch
withl but two weeks remaining of
the grind before the candidates
hang up the moleskins until the
middle of September. A regulation
scrimmage is carded for this after-
noon with the yellows and the, blufs
gtuginto action on the :"S;(tahi
y'roundtcs at 4:15.
Y(,ste(rday Coach ha rr'y K iplre
Qent 1 lii char ;es throughJ a long
defe nsive (drill stressing Several dif-,
feren et formations. The squad had
plenty of pep and spirit despite the
boiling sun which shown down up-
on them cii South Ferry field.
* Injured Men May Platy.
The Stadium will be the scene of
action today unless the climateic


Dill Terry, first batseman of the!
New York Gian~ts, equalled another
mnajor lea gue. record yesterday when
he clouted out his sixth home run
in four consecutive games, aiding
the Giant's in a 13-8 win over the
Ph illies.
The Boston Braves maintained
their hold on1 first place by turning
back Brooklyn, 4 to 1. Arthur
Shires, erstwhile, bad boy of base-
bl) l, wasir injured twice in the game
and d i- t o be removed from the
The St.. 1CAui, CnrdinalS finally'
ended their losing streak by de-
feating the Pittsburgh Pirates in]l10
innings, 5 to 3.
In the fourtri game in the lcagu^,
The Chicago Cubs gained. the edge
in the series with Cincinnati by de-
feating the Reds, 5 to 4.

Detroit'.; fighting Tigers remial
edl at the top of the America
Leag~ue yesterday by slugging, the
way to al 16 toy 3 victory over tV
Cleveland Indians. The Benga
collected 22 hits off the off erinj
of five Indian pitchers, includir
home runs by Wyatt and Stone,
jRoy Johnson, Gerald Walker, ar
Whitlow Wyatt led the Tiger a
tack, each gathering four hii
Wyatt's contributions to winnit
his own game Included a liomie ru
(double, and, two singles.
The 22 hits garnered by the Tige
totaled 36 bases. Johnson al
Gehringer clouted out two doubt
each, Walker got one, and Stoi
tripled, besides the extra base hi
by Wyatt.
In the only other game in t]
junior loop, the St. Louis Brow-,
made it two straight over the C]
cago White Sox, winning 4 to 1. Ti
of the Brown's runs were the rest
of a home run by, Melillo, his seco
of the season.
IDetroit...... 012 2P1 106-16 22
Cleveland .. 011 000 001- 3 10
{Batteries--Wyatt and Ruel; Co
n al 1 y, Hildeb~rand, Jablonows
Pearson, Brown and. Sewell, Pytlt
Chicago ... 000 000 010 - 1 7'
St. Louis. ... 000 202 00x- 4 8
Batteries--Caraway, Gregory, a
Grube; Coffman, Gray, and Fern
SStone .................... Detr,
EWyatt ........... .........Detr
Melillao............... .St. Lci


condition0, underg~o

a change, in!


relay team last year will standl himI which case the workout will be held E
in good stead. on the regular stamping grounds of
Lamb, Campbell Injured. South Ferry field.
The 'makeup of the half-milej Today's session is expected to ,c
squad is extremely uncertain, as bring out several of the candidates C
Bob Lamb and Jack Campbell, two who have 'been laid up for the past C
men who were expected to form the few clays with injuries. "Chuck"
nucleus around whielh it would be Bernard, understudy to Morrison
built, are out with leg injuries. Hoyt last fall, and John Kowalik, a.. guard I
is allowing thenm to ease along, say- on last fall's squad, will probably I
ing them for the more important put in their appearance and may
Big Ten competition. Campbell's possibly get into the scr'inniago ifc
pulled muscles is a double worry,( their leg and shoulder injuries haveI
since he is Michigan's chief poink- come arundA~ as yet.
getter in the 220 yard dash. Injuries Handicap Developments. F
Renwick, Cox, Egleston, and The injuries have handicapped
Brooks are others who will go to the coaches to some extent in get-e
Drake to compete in their specilIty. ttng any sort of a (lef rdite line, on
Brooks is working hard to regalin th~le men!,wh1o will fill ill 1,1_i, 'ne
his' honors in the (liscus--heavt of the forwacrd lwall let . I.aCa1, hy
aft er a year diiig which ho1ws grduationl's tol.
not a member of the team, whilej Bernard will probab!yly hold the
Renwick in the 100-yard sprint andi center berth as he tuned iii ome
Cox in the hammer-throw are both excellent performance slatalan
expectedl to turn in strong p-rlorml- he has. the advantage f a ca l
ancecs. Egleston i&,,a vir1;" l cer- Iexperiec e oerthe re, jte l~
tainty in the high hurdles. !,en . IueeFordEci~ "u
la- nd Sniith aicall"trngp ).i 'i:-
Pat Murphy, wrestler, suffered a tics for 'the job. If 0h)y1d1not la.
broken arm in a match with Cub,' tho center positionthymya
O'Dell at Galveston, Tex. considerable service as~ guard. .
- ---Fogers Hornsby, rnanage:'o f
GxYMNAdlSl1l i'.ICN T.E Chicago Cubs, expects hisTBig Five
Anyone interested in :;,r~vii 1--Grimes, Malone, Root, Bu,,)h andt
gymnasum practice is re u sted I3ob Smith--to aecoun: t fr i
to report at the Intramura-d build- tories, this season.
ing gymnnasium on Mo..day aS - ------ - -
t e >r oo n a at 4 o 'c lo c k . I o w a S t a t e co lle g e \ will p la y I C o c e sB i - S x o n r n e c b a l iveet f a l

Brooklyn ... 100 000 000- 1 5 ,1
Boston ....010 210 00x- 4 9 1
Batteries--Vance, P h e 1 p s, W.
M[oore, and Lopez; Brown and
Spohrer. 1
Cincinnati .. 000 001210- 4 9 2
Chicago .... 122 000 00x- 5 8 3
B~atteries--'Benton, WUrysong, and
Mianion; Bush, Root, and Hen-sley.
Niew York .. 732 000 100---3 12 2
Phiiladelphia :310 112 000--- 3 10" 3
Batteries-Schumacher, Bell, Lu-
qucieaid Hogan ; Hansen, Nichols,
Dudley, Bolen, and McCurdy.
St. Louis . 021 000 000 2- 5 8 0
Pittsburgh 002 000 010 0- 3 9 4
Batteries-Johnson and.M a n-
cuso; French and. Grace, Brenzel.

Terry.............New York

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