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THE -1110 -VG A-N--A IL-Y~

Joe Jacobs Laughs At

'Slight Pain'

Dies Of Heart Failure

A Chip Off The Old Block-He Hopes

Coach Doherty
Enters 25 Men
In Drake i eetl
Strong Coimipetition Awaits
Schwarzkopf, Canham
In Individual Events

Off To Relays

IN THIS C4
By MEL FINE1
No T ime For Comedy Or

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C he Philadelphia Story ...

N TOW TLET'S all of us take out our little pitch pipe and start to chant. to
'' !he t une of God Save The King, "The Yankees can't hit left handers."

..Bound for the Drake Relays for ETither that or we'll have to be left in the lurch 'cause it's started. Yes,
w the first time in five years, Mich-v\ °
ig n'f vsity rak a isstarted now that an ex-first baseman named Lovell Dean stod the
igan's varsity track t-am will leave' new Yorkers on their collective and individual ears for 19 innings.
here at 8:27 a.m. today, and after
niriLovell, or as he is more familiarly known to the populace, Chubby,
unrallowed the Yanks 10 hits and one run in those aforementioned 19
in Des Moines. Towa., early this eve iings and it didn't take anyone very long to continue 'the theme
ing. Thornton Lee began last year. There's a tune for it now and so every
In the belief that the Drake meet keft hvnder in the business, excluding Herb Pennock, will go to the hill
will offer more compnaition +lis chan ing.tormenting the Yanks with "Nya, nye, nya, you can't hit
year than the Penn Relays, Comch me" (from the picture of the same name).
Ken Doherty has entered 25 men W
who will compete in eight individaal What's baseball coming to, anyhow? First the Dodgers make a farce
and seven relay titles. The me out of baseball; now the southpaws will make a musical comedy out of it.
t a two daa ff ar, bei n o morow M aa rs will ask r okie l ft handes n t " a e y u a y contro "or "an
y'afternoon. , you chew tobacco" but how's your voice?" "Don't talk too loud, you might
«YSchwarkopf Lea.ds Wolver-ines strain it" will be their admonition in the future. And this indeed will be a
Leading the Wolverines into ac- Irry state of affairs.
tion will be Capt. Ralph Schwarz- * *
kopf who will compete in the two- Stan Kelley, Lakewood senior, Speaking of voice, we received a letter this morning from a tenor (we
mile run and anchor Michigan's un- who has been hampered outdoors almost said singer). Printed on borrowed or stolen stationery, with every-
defeated ;our-mile relay team. by a leg injury, will try to regain thin but musical notes in the margins. it came to us with "allegro and
Schwarzkopf will have to vanquish his indoor form at the Drake Re- th in scal on the m i t eot ag.
Oklahoma A. & M.s Forest Efaw iI lays tomorrow and Saturday. andante" inscribed on the envelope.
the two-mile, and will have his Kelley may also try the 440-yard
bands full with that task. The relay low hurdles. "Diar Corner
eam of Jack Dobson, Karl Wisner, -Upon scoring 55 delicious points in your most entertaining column
Ed Barrett and Shwarzkopf will this A.M.. (The Sweepstakes Special, in case you have forgotten) I am so
also have a hard fight -the hardest T ennis eam1 elated that I cannot refrain from commenting in this manner. To begin
it will have all year-when it comes at the beginning, I was surprised to he r you admit what you did in the
aup against the Oklahoma Aggies' esToda opening sentence: to wit, that the subct of horses came up almost daily
dianas quartet which will be run- in your life. The only thing you neglected to tell us was . . . which end of
n ing fresh in that eventhIfitheh.Lafoyette the horse? Small point, of course, but you will admit that it could stand
Jimmy Dykes, Jr. is wasting no time in following his father, man- em rscilhaevn.I heF rL fa e t . rfcaion.
ager of the Chicago White Sox, in a baseball career. A freshman at Wolverine captain doesn't have to
Vil.anova College in Pennsylvania, young Dykes ( .ight) is being taught run too hard in the two-mile, he Then you say, ". . . the Kentucky Derby raises its snout." its horses
batin tchnqu b Cach"Dc"Jacbs wo ope t ue hm n he should be able to withstand the Weir en ee P 1rue that the chappies are racing, Corner, not pis . .. and if there is any-
challenge of Indianassophomore I . . thing that can be said to "raise its snout" around Louisville, come Derby
Kane, if not, First Two time, it will be Col. Matt Winn, getting out of bed the day after the big
the race is wide open. Conference Contests race! And his won't be the only red snout in the Blue Grass that day,
Fs* e11 High Jump Competition no suh! While we're on the subject of the Colonel, let me venture the
Fsher cla isPop-F ly D oubleIDon Canham will also get his fill Coach LeRoy Weir and his varsity guess that if six so-called "maidens" raced around Churchill Downs,
Fe ai iuoiof competition for the first time netmen leave this afternoon for La- the loser and not the winner would have to marry the good Colonel!
U - 'o V rsit 's oss o Ypsi this year. Canham, except for an
off-night when he tied for the In- fayette, Ind., where tomorrow they (Rest his soul).
door Conference title, hasn't really meet Purdue in their first Big Ten And about Aristides, the winner in 1875 . . . did you get that out of
By NORMAN MILLER Dobson's poor baserunning judgment been pressed to win. Last week he match. They will then move on to Aristotle's Metaphysics, Vol. III . . . or did your old man have six bits on
Disappointed over the somewhat that helped the Badgers along. Had !racked Dave Albritton's record at pg to the Ilin Satu the horse that ran second to him, and did your old man get even by naming
Russ gone at least half way down Indiana by jumping six feet, five you Mel Aristides Fineberg . . . if not, what?
the base line on Pink's drive to right and one-half inches. Because of the fact that they were Sincerely, Warren Foster
baseball team, Coach Ray Fisher in the second, he could have scored The Drake record is only six feet iained out of three matches on their .
dragged out the old crying towel and easily, allowed Charlie to continue six inches, and since Canham has spring trip, and on account of the
bemoaned the breaks that led to the on to third where he could have come jumped higher than that on three subsequent inclement weather here We deny everything ! ! !
downfall of his team twice within four home on Holman's fly a moment later, occasions indoors, the record should in Ann Arbor, the personnel and
days. and there's no telling the way the almost certainly fall. Leaping rankings on the squad were undecid- ORNERSTONES: Clark Griffith's twin adopted sons, Billy and Jimmy,
"The way I look at it," remarked game would have ended with that against Canham will be Ted Leonas, ed until late yesterday afternoon. are considering coming o Michigan . .aoth play ball but scholastic
the Michigan mentor at practice yes- lead. Notre Dame captain, who is back in Jim robin's knee has borne up aremcntsidry oming theichigan h .B
terday afternoon, "one hit licked us "But there's no use crying over yes- {Ethe form that sent him over six well this week in practice, so that requirements may forestall their entrance here
in the Ypsi game. It was that double terday's blunders," Ray concided. feet six and one-half inches last Coach Weir plans on alternating him
off Barry by Normal's leadoff man "We've got the Indiana series this year. with Capt. Sam Durst at the number G sW
(Grady) in the third inning that weekend and I'm counting on taking The traveling squad is composed one and two singles spots, in the hope Rent Caps and Gowns from WAGNER
turned the trick, it." of the following men: Smith, Piel, that the injured member will not WAGNER'S feature the ARROW
"My outfield took Grady, the num- At the end of practice, Fisher an- Culver, Breidenbach, Phil Balyeat, slow him up too much. Bob Jeffers r rmie," a long sleeve sport
her eight batter, too lightly and was nounced a squad of 14 men that Jack Lutrit:, Jim Rae, Bob Ber- will play number three position; and
playing him too close. As a result, would make the trip to Bloomington nard, Hogan, Tommy Jester, John- Harry Kohl, Wayne Stille and Tom Slift in silky rayon.
the hit, which was only a long fly this afternoon. The list included: ny Kautz, Wisner, Dobson, Barrett,i Gamon are to hold down the four, WIiiTE - BUE - TAN - GREEN
ball, dropped just beyond Pink's pitchers Jack Barry, Lyle Bond, Russ Schwarzkopf, Bill Ackerman, George five and six slots, respectively. $2.5 0rd
reach, and Ypsi was off. Dobson and Mickey Stoddard; catch- Ostroot, Bob Hook, Canham, Stan Coach Weir's strategy is apparently
Couldn't Take Chances ers George Harms and Forest Eva- Kelley. Jeff Hall, Sherm Olmstead, to give his three sophomores all the
"If they hadn't jumped off to that shevski; infielders George Ruehle, Ray Gauthier, Charlie Decker, and chance in the world to "find" them-
lead, I know we'd have scored a Bill Steppon, Mike Sofiak and Bud Dave Cushing. . selves. Kohl, Stille, and Gamon
bunch of runs. We had plenty of Chamberlain, and outfielders Charlie --fshould all benefit greatly by playing S TT STRE ET AT LIBERTY
men on base in those last few innings, Pink, Fred Trosko, Don Holman and against men with whom they will be STATESTR__T_ AT _LI ____Y_

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but couldn't afford to take run-pro-'
ducing chances because we were so
far behind.
"Why, each of those Wisconsin
games might have gone the other j
way, too," Ray went on.
"In the first game, if the Wiscon-
sin shortstop hadn't slipped up in
trying to get Pink at the plate on
Sofiak's grounder in the big sixth in-
stead of trying to get Mike at first,
we probably would never have gone
on to score all those runs.
Poor Baserunning Costly
"And in the second game, it was
[i The Majors
AMERICAN LEAGUE
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Cleveland ...........4 1 .800
Detroit .............4 2 .667
Boston .............4 2 .667
New York .......... 3 2 .600
Philadelphia ........ 3 3 .500
St. Louis........... 2 4 .333
Chicago ............ 1 4 .200
Washington .........1 4 .200

Davie Nelson.
aseball Throw
Contest To Be Held

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Alpha Tau Omega, Hillel
Win I-M Softhall Games
Mark Maier, Alpha Tau Omega
speedball artist, held a scrappy Del-

ta Upsilon nine to two scratch hits
Under the joint sponsorship of the yesterday and led his team on to a
Intramural Department and track - victory.
team, an all-campus indoor baseball The Hillel team upset a strong
throw for distance will be held May Wolverines squad, 8-6, in an inde-
3 on Ferry Field. pendent league contest. In other
Medals will be awarded to the first Independent games the Admirals
10 contestants, and a trophy will be I outscored the Robert Owen team,
awarded to the dormitory team of 9-7, and the Forestry Club pounded
five men whose aggregate distance is out an 8-3 win over the Parrot nine.
greatest. The contest is open to all
students except members of freshman-------- --- -
and varsity spring sport teams.
Besides being included in the I-M
program, the contest will be part of
Ken Doherty's search for javelin
throwers for the track teams. Many
fine javelin prospects have been un-.
covered in the past in this way, and,
the varsity coach hopes this meet will#
also prove fruitful. KI k

able to experiment. If, on the other
hand, they were matched with men
in the higher slots they would neces-
sarily have to keep bearing down at
every moment and consequently an
opportunity to practice shots and thus
acquire a much-needed confidence in
their games would be wasted.
Durst and Tobin will make up the
a number one doubles teamn, with the
j sophomore combination, Gamon and
I Stille, taking over the second spot and
the reliable Jeffers and Dober, who
I worked so well together down South,
1 are slated to hold down the number
three position.

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Lansing To See Golf Stars
Pet.
.000 LANSING, April 24. -(P)-- Golf's
.000 current kingpins, Byron Nelson. Na-
.750 tional Open champion, and Jim De-
.500 maret, sensation of the winter tour-
.375 nament circuit, will play an exhibi-
.333 tion match at the Lansing Country
.200 Club May 26. They will play against
.000 two Lansing club pros.

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