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April 27, 1932 - Image 3

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I THE MICHIGAN

FATLY

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Today

and

SOLID COMFORT FOR CHISOX

Been Selected for Iowa
Journey Friday.
Sprinters Remain to Be Chosen;
Nine Big Ten Squads
Are Entered.
Trials today and tomorrow, the
wtather permitting, will determine
the final make up of the Wolverine
contingen't which will make the{"
journey to the Hawkeye state thisI
week-end for the running of the
Twenty-third Annual Drake relays.j
Coach Charlie Hoyt has already
named Captain Ed Russell, Tllerby,
DeBaker, Turner, Wolfe, Lemen,
Eknovich, Glading, Hill, Brooks,
Cox and Egleston as members of theI
Michigan aggregation to compete
at Des Moines. The remainder off
the crew will be composed ofv
sprinters, providing they round in-Y
to shape by Thursday.
Egleston to Meer Saling. -~.A~~~~ sociat ess Pwo
Hawley Egleston will be the Wol-A
verine entrant in the high hurdles April showers and chill blasts of the early season hold no terrors
and he will be competing against for the White Sox this season, for they can wrap bap in zippered bags
Iowa's great hurdler, Captain and keep warm while warming the bench. Pat Caraway, Vic Frasier,
George Saling, who last Saturday and Bobby Poser (left to right), are shown putting the new gadgets to
topped the 120-yard timbers in :14.G
to win this event in the Kansas go-d use while waiting a call for action.
Relays. This mark made on a rain-
soaked track between showers Oosterbaan Satisfed
equals the meet record for the Law-
rence carnival. , With Freshman Team
Every Big Ten team, with the ---
exception of Ohio State, will send Starting in on the second week
contestants to the Drake affair and IU iiUIIVI VIIof practice, Coach Benny Ooster-
in addition to the stars of the Wes- _ _baan. declared himself well satis-
torn Conference the Wolves will bedh-
up against some of the toughest Fischer, Howard, Lenfesty Plan Pied with the efforts of the fresh-
opposition in the Mid-west outside lrto Remain Here, Prepare man baseball outfit. Practically the
the Big Ten. The Ohio State agHeentire original group of 72 reported
theBigTen Th Oho Sateag-for Purdue Match, J
gregation will follow its usual cus- Mfor a grueling practice in the raw
t gm. of participating in the Penn rsarnbewidta sWek
Relays which are held on the same Announcement of the team that unseasonable wind that is Wreak-
days, will clash with Michigan State ing mischief with so many spring
Ha.e Mark to Defend. Normal this afternoon at the Wash- f sports.
The Wolverines have a tough job tenaw Country Club was made yes- A cut of 22 hopefuls last nigh
on their hands as they have a most ! terday by Coach Thomas True- brought the squad into rhore work-
enviable record to uphold. Last aable order. The slash will be fol-
year the Maize .and Blue captured blood, Varsity golf mentor. lowed by another even more drastic
all three of the relay races in which Trueblood feels that he can ex- one next week, by which time th
they had teams entered, and in ad- periment with his team in this yearlings will be well prepared fo
dition managed to make a good match, because of the overwhelm- their cosing tilt with the season
mark in the individual cam leti- jgtimhreitrdi tefrtclVarsity sluggers.
k ion.du ing triumph registered in the first Baker and Schwartz, a couple o
Thi y ar the M ia m engagement. Fischer, Howard and mi ruch-better-than-average player
quartet is the most foridable one Lenfesty will remain at home to who collect b hind home plate, were
in the middle west and her biggest engage in a practice round over the only cxtra finds on the team
g h h 1 taaio cwrz who was gout for spring
ipposition in the 880}-yard relay their 'home- layout in preparation chart:wowsotfrsrn
will ie ftinished by the Iowa four- for the openingConference meet football, will be followed by a few
of the season Saturday with Pur- more gridders, whereas Baker i
Kansas, and in the two-mile race due. David will play with the above ood e g material to be used i
Notre Dame should it' send a quar- named three. VJarsity practice.

Intramural Interest
Shown in Swimmin,
FOR ICHIGAN NI All-Campus NetRa
Tennis and swimming hold
Two Sets of Outfielders to Se: spotlight of interest in the In
Action for Right-Handed, mural Sports division for this w
Southpaw Hurlers. with the R. O. T. C. swimming r
and the opening of the All-Can
Michigan's ball nine will take on tennis tourney carded as the lE
a professional aspect this season ing events.
with two sets of outfielders, one to i
bat against left-handed pitching, Tennis, which was to have be
the other to hit in opposition to Monday, has suffered a set-t
right handed twirling. due to the weather. Play-offs
The first group, composed of Fer- to start as soon as the courts
guson, Tompkins, and Artz saw be used. The tourney is divided
service against the right side offer- to five groups: singles, doubles,
ings of Wrobke last Saturday. The ternity teams, faculty and it
ether set will presumably swing in- pendent.
to action in one of the games with Play starts with one of the
Western State this week-end as the gest turn-outs listed. The sir
Hilltoppers will probably use Lefty group numbers 85, doubles, 32,,V
Neigenfind in one of the two sched- 29 fraternities have entered ti
uled contests. The faculty list is not so long,
Braendle to Return. members of the group are urge
Gene Braendle, who played regu- send in their entries.
larly in left field last year will be The R. O. T. C. swimming me
returned to his post against the of- the feature on tomorrow's s
ferrings of portsiders, with Jack The event, carded for 7:30 will
Tompkins remaining in center. In five divisions. Fancy diving,
right field Ted Petoskey will prob- 200-yard relay, and the shc
ably replace Avon Artz for the ont races, 50-yard back, breast,
game at least. free-style swims, are on the s
An unavoidable change may take Company G leads the other
place, in the infield as the vet- groups in their points garnere
eran Art Superko, star third base- R. O. T. C. sports, and are lea
man, has been absent from both contenders for the swimming -
drills this week, due to illness. In In addition to tennis and so
the event that Superko is unable to ming contests, horseshoes and
start it is probable that Waterbor tournaments are to be run
will be shifted from short, where he
performed so admirably last Sat-
urday, to third. Stan Kracht, reg-
ular shortstop in 1931, but displaced
this season because of weak hitting,
will move into the post vacated by
- I "Watty."
Pomorski Injured.
Another casualty is Ed Ponorskt.
, a substitute catcher. Pomorski was
injuredyin batting practice last
-Thursday when a foul tip struck
him on the finger. At first it was
believed that only the nail was in-
t jured but later developments show
that his finger is broken.
Despite the light hitting of Ken
c Manuel, Coach Ray Fisher is ce-r-
e tain that the young first-sacker will I
r recover his batting eye, and seems
- content to let him stay in the line-
up. Manuel is defensively very
f strong and any change would lower
s the fielding power of the ball club.
e Several other combinations have
, been considered however, one shift-
g ing Daniels to the first sack and
,v placing Dick Hale at ,second, the
s other substituting K r a c h t, who
n played first base in high school, for
Manuel, n

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HERE'S WHAT
THEY'RE SAYING

ABOUT

C ORB ETT'S
SPRING
CLOTHING
PRICES...

MEN ARE TALKING ABOUT
CORBETT'S SPRING PRICES.
In homes, clubs, fraternities, movies, under coats of
lather in barber shops and over Coco Cola in drug stores.
Some are wondering if our prices are as low as we say
they are.
Others who have been here know that the values are
better in the store than they are in this paper.
Sparton Polo Coats ........ $22.50, $25.00
Sparton Suits, two trousers.. $24.50, $29.50
La Salle Hats, all colors ........... $3.50
Glover Pajamas, all styles ..... $1.50, $1.95
Ide Shirts, $1.50, .........Three for $4.00
Interwoven Socks ...........25c, 35c, 50c
Cooper's Socks, 35c value. ..4 pairs $1.00
McGregor Sweaters
All styles ..........$1.95, $2.45, $2.95
Flannel Trousers
White, grey, tan ............ $4.50, $5.00
Pure Line Trousers, pS ia . . . $1.95
Pre Shrunk Duck Trousers .... $1.25, $1.50

College Corduroy
Trousers .....
Wash Tie

......$3.'00, $3.50, $4.50
.s-Special Prices

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