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T, H E M 1 C.r.11CAN

THE MICI-IICAN DAIL'i~

OCey SextetPointsfor,',Marquette

Tult rI PAN

BaltitOre Acquires
Buzz Arlett Goes to Minors
After 13 Years jn Majors.
(BI, the Assoc~,,'ia! 'Pess

Pick Westet Tean
for Football Game'
in Olympic Stadium

Mi nesata Will Meet
Michigan it Swysimr"R

(Continued from Page 6)

LOS ANGELES, Feb., 24.-(A)- equal to the killing pace which
To shift or not to shift, was the Coach Matt Mann's veterans usual-
question placed squarely before the ly set. Among the visitor's entries'

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One of the saddest stories in pro- Iwestern coaching committee today
,cssional baseball is recalled by the following , announcement o f itsI
nnouncement that Buzz Arlett, player selections for the team
hard hitting outfielder of the Phil- which meets a picked eastern squad
lies, has been traded to Baltimone in in a football game here next sum-
the International league for Rus- mer for the edification of this na-
;ell Scarritt. Iion's Olympicgames guests,
Arlett waited 13 years for his Coach howard Jones of the Uni-
major league chance, seemed to ve r.isiy of SOut&hrn California, as
have made good with emphasis and chaiimanx of the committee, with
now is sent back to the minors, eight of his 1931 national champ-
The reason is not quite clear for ionship Trojans on the Iist, is an
the big boy from the Pacific coast
did all that was asked of him-and exponent of t ile, shift.
perhaps a little more-in his first Coach Glen (Pop) Warner, an-
year in the majors at the age of 32. ethelr membr of the group; with'
With OakInd' 13 Years: 10 Stanford' stars invited to partici-
Arlett played 13 years for the pate, has frowned upon the shift,
Oakland club' of the Pacific Coast while Coach Bill Ingram of Cali-
league first as a pitcher, and then fornia, the third member, uses the
as an outfielder and out on the shift. Nine of the 27 players hon-
western slope they say that no bat- cred by yesterday's selection were
ter could hit a ball any harder than s.a coached by him last season.
Big Buzz. Formal announcement of the.
As a pitcher he won more thaA 25 selections from the three Californ-
games a season for several years, ia universities omitted the name of
lout he liked to throw spitballs and Erny Pinckert, for two successive
every then-spitters were growing un- years an. All-American halfbackj
popular in the best baseball circles. with U. S. C.
But when the giant convertedi Pinckert's eligibility as an ama-
himself into an outfielder he came teur had been questioned after he
into his own. He slammed the ball made a recent appearance at a Los
up against the walls and fences of Angeles theater. Although the act
the Pacific Coast leagie and be- consisted of drawing a few car-
came as unpopular with pitchers as toons, Pinckert was billed as an
his spitball had been with the pow- "All-Amnerican football star" which
ers that be in organized baseball. many considered a violation of the
But still no major league ctub amateur code.
seemed to want any part of Arleta, The eastern team, selected i n
although the disinclination to give similar fashion from Yale, Harvard
the recruit a chance remained a and Princeton, is to be coached by
mystery. His habits were good and Tad Jones, brother of Howard, as-
he could play baseball, but he wait- sisted by the coaches of the thre
ed in vain for the summons from schools.
the majors.
Has Row With Umpire. leCoat uRuln Go0es
He could have joined Brooklyn in -
1930 if he had not ended an alter-i
cation with an umpire by finishing
ih ahosital A rookyn cou 'Ihe University Board in Control
ha hospital. A Brooklyn scoutto of Athletics has been ordered by
had made all arrangemnts to have Judge James E. Chenot, of Detroit,
Arlett's big bat added to the ehuip sitting in CircuitjCourt hete. to pay
merit of the Robins, then ihting! the American. Surety Co., $29,984,84,
desperately foil a National league the amoun ret y the board
pennant the amount retained by the board
penn aoon a contract for the construction
This makes another o t i. e of the Intramural Sports Building.
"might have bens" of the game. The suit was brought by the
The way Arett was hittin ;hen American Surety Co. against the
he was hurt and the way he hit tat- Palmer Construction Co.. of Grand-
er with Philadelphia suggests that Rapids, now-iri' receiver4hip, and the
he might have made the difference Board in Control.
between a pennant winntr and a_
contender when Uncle Wilbert Rob-hw
inson called for him. TWO PANTS SPRING SUITS
Arlett was ready to quit the gam' 28 and u
after his chance, for which he had
waited 13 years, was denied atf the Suit Pressed, 20c
last minute and Oakland sold Jn A]- kds alterations at cost
option on his services to the Phil- CHAS. DOUKAS
lies. 1319 South University
Continues Batting Stride,

in the distance events are Quail,'
Swennes, Leicht and Lang. Ander-
son and Moulton support Paavoia
in the back stroke, with Rotola and

SwenesteLLX 1i u IoL rt, s,1g;e Or
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(pints EXPERIENCED porter wants work downtown. Price reasonable.
Coach Matt Mann has arranged in fraternity house. Can furnish. .
for the swimming meet t> start at eight years fraternity reference. -hone 22352: 425 So. Division. 48E,
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In training canto and through
the spring schedule of exhibition
games he did little or nothing and
it seemed he had been forced to
wait too long. ,Finally he struck
his stride and when the National
league season opened he was hitting
the ball.
He slammed the ball against the?
National league walls just as he'
had done in the Pacifie Coast
league and played fair ball in the
outfield and at first base.
And now he has been sent to Bal-
timore.

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