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' THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, 31AY 16, 190G3

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sixth for conference medalist hon-.
ors last year with a 298 total
while teammate Comstock wasttied
for tenth at 301.
Fourth Place
Michigan's only encounter with
Indiana this season was in a quad-
rangular meet at Ohio State three
weeks ago. The Hoosiers were very
unimpressive in that outing, fin-
ishing fourth in the field, 15 shots
behind Purdue's winning score of
788.
Both White and Comstock had
their troubles over the windy Ohio
State Scarlet course. "I can't be-
lieve White and Comstock are that
bad," Katzenmeyer emphasized. "I
know they'll be on their games at
Madison, and that means trouble
for us."
Favored Again
Purdue, which finished second
in the conference meet last year;
only five shots behind, is rated one
of the favorites again this sea-
son.
Paced by Bob O'Block's 155 to-
tal, the Boilermakers captured the
medalist tournament at Columbus
by one stroke over Michigan.
O'Block finished in a second place
tie with Ohio State's Jim Brown
as Michigan's captain Chuck New-
ton took medalist honors at 153.
Katzenmeyer feels Purdue has
a complement of good golfers who
are capable of taking the title also.
Wrestlers
There will be an important
meeting of all wrestlers in the
wrestling room of the Intra-
mural Sports Bldg. today at 4
p.m.
"From what I have seen of them,
they're a bunch of scramblers.
Their swings may not look im-
pressive, but you have tokgive
them credit for the way they
score," Katzenmeyer observed.
Minnesota, last year's fourth
place finisher, holds a 3-2 confer-
ence mark this year and cannot be
counted out of the running. How-
ever, the Gophers are basically
composed of inexperienced sopho-
mores. Captain Les Peterson and
sophomore Dave Gumlia are re-
garded by their coach as potential
Big Ten winners.
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