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i~N GOLFERS' Leads Team Ag ainst1
V TO SQUAD!P u1 rm LP '1Tc.w

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[At least every membeahr of the 19274
W'oly rin~e golf squad will he a vet-I
cran, p- ba~ps not of t e cTedRy.
riss Mrry Va ,don, or John Eclark type,
SIbut, linlcsn'en of '.lie experience and
calibre of Cant. Fred Gover, Addison
Coninor, T. A. E Vyse, Ralpnh Co lc,
IRobert 1-astings, and John- Clover,
RT These men- are, old enough hlsat!
te game to guarantee their never
yes "blowing u)", if such a thing isTpoW-
feld sihle in golf.
rT- Three sophcomore" ar cexpectcd to
tnan ch; llen;e thIecscurity of tche o;i-
ber- tions ofthr veterans howv,,,.er,-and
r-'oneo f/tI-o trio of re-comers, J.hl
ball 1 ergel'in, Fayettl Schuster, and F.
rge Kluggenna, may earn a regu lar Iberth.
di- In an effort to gain needed experi-
thec ence, Michigan golfers compected in
wsevery sort of touxnwmbit play *,at
wsevery oportunity, from club chin-
deft- pionships to the western amlateur at
1to White Bear.
t is tOaptnin Wlover, -a long distance pi-,
ae; lot of the squad,- figured prominently

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EXPECT, JAVELIN Wolverine Mainstay SEVENTEEN DIFFEIRENT SCHOQOLS
RECORD TO FALL WiljFae" vadrs1 HOLD MARKS FOR KANSAS dRED
AT DRAKE MEET; il aendr
____ (Special to The Daily) by Schwarze of Wisconsin,
(Spclal to The Daily), LAWRZENCE, April IS--Records for Platt of Denver university hiole
DES MOINES, April 19-T he j~ei the 20b events on the annzual program discus record of 139 feet one an
recod -t te Drke elas, disanc .~ cif the Kanzsas Relays are held by 17 half inches.
reor a, eDal_ eayadstne; different instituticfns which are scat-, Phelps of Iowa established thei
~. u i f e e i n h e s b y t u e m i g t y \ . .t e r d t r o u g 1 0 d i f e r e t h s t a ti e . e n t r e c o r d o f 8 : 4 8 .3 f o r t h e 3 0 (
John EKuck of the Kansas Emporia . University o qrs~ ed h il tens run in 1925. Poor of Kansas
Teachers last ,season, will probably J.-og title holders with three marks, the the high jump mark of six fee
fall if the class 'of entries. re;;eived .. half mile r elay, 100 yard dash, and 120 and one-eiglhth inches, while Jo
atteegtetznn~ldria,~ yard high hurdles. Depauw holds the broad jumnp
Api 2?;o;3:i:aninicaioOtother-*-record lholdiing institutions of 24 feet 6 and seven-eighths
Api 2 o 0isa idcain oOther K1 .I .1y fTh ofre Ka nstas StaeldT
marks that are likely to follow. ~~are Kansas universty, I~le t fTeplevutmr shl
marl~s hat ar likel to folow. Iowa, Kransas Statie Tccli rs college.KwfomrKnasSae
For instance, Grinell will enter )Oc i(. ta l tcllege , of Los A i e. ,and star and Kuck, a teamzmate est
Lairi-tnernelwl eti.Nrh ihscolo as je tejavelin mark of26et
Laroeof the best reed tossers in.zLrE,
th M'1z eod1'issouri Valley conference. Laird I.'',1:. A *~ -. Pi a ct-ically 1 z all of tde r c ne-orhnce'i195
hed>::.l:b akthsyart t This year Dr. John Outlanid,
virtually new at the game, entered into ten-i t to better their mlarks in the; of the Kansas Relays is offeriz
prominence a season ago when he fifth aunnual relays. other challenge cup for the on
started heazvnzg the javelin ar ound 1 oeo he eicn.ak o ~tuiest elyt elc h
180 feet. To date this spring lhe has'IIaparlkl o ebteeda Ih trophy won by Iowa last year1
approximated 190 feet and is going " ha if mile relay mark. of 1:26.6 held third time. The Hlawlieyes w
strong. by he nivrsiy o Nerasa, s cup in 1323 and 1924 and gain(
F rom the Ujnicversity of O0klahoma D Mler- world mark, while the quiarter mile,'- ear.sssin fi i h
will come Mor'gan, from the Okla-, Mainstay of Coach Ray Fisher's 'relay mark of :42 set by the Kzansas !ls er
homa Aggies, Cloud,, while Notrei hytaso 12 n 96i c
Dame will send ,Moes and Texas uni- I mound corps who is the logical choice R e asas of 1925 ga 1920ois. c.
ogizd s n ntrcllgitereorI.-ANNUAL .L ARAThI9N
versity, H{oeron to show in that of the Michigan mentor to face the jAmiong the 'other rec-ord holdingj A
event here. Of these, Morgan won Purdue baseball tearn which inivades . schools University of Iowa holds the -ATTRACTS REC~ORD El
the outdoor event at the Texas relays,- Ferry field today for the first Confer ni'le relay record of 3:20, while Ames
with a heave of 183 feet 2 inches, ence game on the Wolverines 1927 pct? bushed the two mile mark of BOSTON, April 19-Ma~re r
while the Rice institute qumber went schedule.z 7:56.2 in 1925. The four mile record' th'mn have ever essayed the
to Clou~d of Oklahoma Aggies, Who Mill'er played an -important part in - of 18:7.S is held by the Oregon Agfies.: grind frome llopkinson to
sent the reed travelling a distance of, the 1926 race for t~he Conference The distance medley marl: of 7 :36.8 'crowded the field today for tlhe
178 feet 3 1-2 inches. championship, being used In the out-1 was established by the Texas ulliver- first renewal of thme Boston Y
INorthrop, mighty field man at the, field because of his hittin~g ability sity team- In 2925. _ association's annual marathon-
University of Michig~an, is regarded as when hie was not drafted for 'mound Locke, former Nebraska, star, holds this year carries with it the An
the Big~ Ten's best threat, while' duty.I the 100 yard dash record of :09.6, ' title.
Drake university has ina Jim Shearer Although troubled- with 'a sore arm,, while Weir of thre same school estab- One hundred and ninety-five
a prospect who is likely to place i-n Miller proved that he has retained all# lished the best mark in the 120 high1 anlts, ranging from Johnny
that event, of hi-s former ability by defeating theP hurdles in 1925 when he covered the Nova Scotian star, who captu:
Ranking next to Kuck last year in strong Georgia team, 4-1, on the re- distance in :15. The shot puzt record of 'race last year to Clarence D
the javelin here were Cox of Okla- cent training trip. He also saw ser- 49 feet 10 and one-,half inches is held 'four time vitor.
homna, Morgan also -of Oklahoma and I vice in the overtime gaine with 'Mar-
IM-oes of Notre Dame. cr.

can-
p of

'-in the district tournament during the
' sunmmer months and was a finalist
in the second flight of the state °tour- i
-ney, indicating thatt the loss of Fred
- Feely will not be felt too keenly dur-
iug Conference play this ,year.
*-Vyse's record of accomplishments!
1 ismostimpressive, inasmuch as he!
finished as low qualifier among thel
- Unriversity players in the state meet, 1
L1re turned in a 76 at the Flint tourney,
f and barely failed to qualify in the;
r western amateur with a pair of 80'sj
for SO-liholes, one stroke out of the,
11successful list.
1Both Connor anid-Cole are expected
t o perform great golfing deeds dur-
ing the coming campaig-n after profit-
' ;ing by much experience since last'
year, when, they were sophomores on
the Varsity squad. Bloth qualified in
the state tournament with 80 and 79.'
frespectively, Cole going; to the third
round- and Connor to the sem-i-finals
where he was elimlinnrted by Dave,
Ward, ifefendint~ cbhnliop who has
since been retired from the Univer-
s ity, at the 20th green.
LPurdue and Illinois will ply)1,.hosts
tthe Wolverines on M~ay. 5 and 7,
Swhile the squad coached by Carlton
F. Wells will open the home season
on May 1.6 with Northwestern's jour-
h ney to Ann Arbor.
-Other Conference schiools,', accord-
.ijng to indications, w ill also bave good
teams in the conwpetit inn, but the
SWolverine squad looms as one of th-e-
n!best on paper at present.

Wil1lian t Ptekelwa&rtz
SMichigan's hard-hitting center field-
er, who will lead the Wolverines in
their first Conference game against
Purdue today on the,- Ferry field dia-
m iond. Puckelwartz is playing Ihis
third successive season as a memberI
of the Michigan ball team and is rec-
ognized as oneof the most capable
outfielders ever developed by Coach
Ray Fishier.
The Wiolve.Ane captain ranked first
among the members of the 1926 team f
which won the Conference title in
batting, and placed well up in the Big~
Ten colum ns. Hlis consistent hitting o h e e t s u h r ri i g ti
,whelz the Michigan team won all four
Iof the games that it played, indicates,
that , the~ veteran center fielder will
'I again be-a menace to Big Ten pitchers.'
A.THER -ISSUEiS CALLJ
FO~R FRESHIMAN SQUAD
Aspirants for the freshman base--
ball teami will report to Coach Edwin,
J. Mather 'any time after 2 o'clock
this afternoon at Yost -field house when;.
lockers will be assigned and the first
regular practice be held.
~Due to the Purdtuc-Michigan base-
ball game to be played at 4:05 o'clock
the -workout will be cut short to al-
low all of the candidates to see the
op~enin~g Conference contest.
Bats, balls and catchig apparatus
will be ful'nished but th~e candidates
are reqiested to bring their own suits
and gloves.

Bob Crets Colored Syncopators

al years. Bas-
rk- in the Uni-
king for a de-
ation and has
g with sprinlg
,n worked out
and receiving

Always keep

4,

NOW PLAYING

a hitt~le

Every Wy d., Fri., and Salt. \'
at
Lake House ;Pavilion, Whitmore Lake

of the candidates,
-es, engaged in a
-4tching drill with
prpts on the re-
ry backfield mast
the kicking, while
under Bob Brown,
ter and captain in
Ig with the centers

Edgewortli
on your hip

The saint band that made suc 4 a hit at the--Pani Helleni4

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,all-American halfbackF
ye charge of the kick-
backfield men while
ear's team will be as-
fullback aspirants.
[an, Weber, an~d ,Mo-
xt year's grid team, af
ends on the backtfieldf
during the spring
DID JESS PI -x Y

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Whichever it is, Bowser offers you
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Leaders in the field for forty-two
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H1ATS

CAPS

SHIRTS

R,
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equ4ient for filling sta-
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meantime see ou:r ad-
vertieing in Liberty,
issues of March 26th

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;EXTRA TROUSERS

GOLF SOCKS

and April 16th.

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