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GUNN IS PARTNER' eAf1A
'OF BOBBY JONES'
And i'
W9LVE1
' 1'i th la 1c
1i:-- of 1more'^thanl
the 102 eveiv

S TA!? SWIMMER Wi
NEW RECORD PC
~ TIhAY Uefinito announcement was releas-'
TOD, ied 7ast 11niht by OQachx MantMaim
--- ;f theMichigan tare team that the
'siiEi~ai4CF a;I1e1A famous Johnny Weissmuller, I. . C'.

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LPITCH

krnwo's Card~
IMES COMPETE
cord breaking; entry Ilis
3,000 athletes entered ins
ts of theo33rd annual
the carnival MVi get in-

I team, undefeat~
:s this year, wil
,ecord clean -when

were due to arrive
morning.
eption of Ruetz andl
ers, every man who
mthern training tour
the eastern trip yes-
sier will uv-e his reg-
best pitchers, in an
it the Syracuse nine,l
ighly in the East.
ar Wolverine pitcher.
yracuse will be given
form for his hone
in the ganme today.
regarded as one of
the Conferenc~e this I
with both MichiganG
,ed poor support both
ed Northwestern, the
11 in the first game
in the pinches. How-
yet shown the form
aim to be so higlWJy
n. He has also been
ore arm and may b~e
tter in warmer wea-

to full swing this afternoonV when
both preliminaries and finals will be
run off in many of the events
Thsis an innovation in trackt meets'
to hfave finals run off on Friday, the
oenral rule being to have all the fin-
als Saturday with -such prelimninaries
as necessary held the preceding dlay.;
1 The Penn officials have decided that
I reliminaries and finals will be rune
onl the same day and the interest will
thus be split soinewhat between the
two days.
Two, of the Michigan competitors',
Don Cooper and Ted Hornberger, will
I comipete in their specialties today,}
while the other four. men, Captain
Northrop, Ksetz, Hester and Schra-
vesand will not be called upon until

sprint swimming star and holder of
dozens of world 'records, will swim anI
e xhibition 220 next W4ednesday in the
U'nion pool in an effort to lower his
existing wvorld mark for the distance,
Weissjniuller will be thre first na-
tionally known star outside of col-
legitate iunminairies ever -to compete in
the new Union pool, and his special I
exhibition on Wednesday evening is
expected to draw a record crowd in-
asmuch as Union members will be
'admitted. free of charge.,
Efforts are now being made and it°
already appears practically certain
that the "great Johnny" will give An
extra exhibition earlier in the day for
MichigarP, wom ennhat
It is far more certain however, ta
17,eissmuller's existing record of 2:151
2-5 for the furl'ong will be sha ttered.1
Internatttonal federation rules recog-
nize 'on , marks made in a 75 foot
p'?ool,' in which he accomplished the
distance in, 2:10 3-5, he .has consented
to make his first earnest bid for
newrer laur els in Ann Arbor.
In'CWunction with the exhibition
the annual freshman-Varsity dual
meet which muarl s -the climax of the
University tank season will be .con-

(LL TRY TO SET VETERAN TO FACE' [1 H CIESf1HE U
)R? 220 FRIE STYLE SYRACUSE TODAY
ducted, in w~hich Capt. Paul Samnsonu, I9 6 B Y
per haps the greatest of all collegiate r 196- M I
distance swimmiers will make his last
appearance, as will Maurice Shorr f Eight cities have signified a (
and John hiasted, the rmer a memi- - to bold the 19 1G OlympYic games u
Ier of the Conference riecord holding their auspices. home, Barcelona,
medley relay trio, and the latter a un iii o de Janeiro. Alexandria,
formHer all-American hiicstrok~er and sanne, Budapest, and H~elsiugfov
this year a member of t-he initercol-' ;the cities contending for the hc
legiate 6i00 yard collegiate back strok e I .j Amsterdamiv ill be the scene o
'record holdinig relay team. . games next year, while in 1932
Blesides the se graduating stars,; will be held at Los Angeles. This
every one of the letter men and all *I be4 the first time since 1904, when
of thr 15 freshmen wvinning numerals wer e snonsorec) by St. Lou~is, tha
will take Hart in the meet. AMuch in- *~,4 clzaSsical games have been sche(
#ees .iibeatacedtoth sow o ak-pac i te United Stae
of Walker and Hosmer of the yearling Berlin substantiates its Clain
squad in the spriints. Thiis ~pair is ex- ~h 96Oypctms~ym~
pected to form a part of next year'sj n that the 1916 gamnes, posty
200 yard relay quartet, anid bothl fresh- cu .account of the war, were t
men are capable of swimming th c 50! f -d in the G~erman capital.I
in close to :24 flat-; --1 bases its avaflibility u~pon~ the
'WAalaitis, in the fancy diving, Frantz, onHile torical events ass ociate~d with
in the distances and Post in the brea st- ."City of the Seven Hills." Blard
strok~e are other freshmen who should, M1ichigai 's lone pitching veteran ,h~as just completed a niew stadft
gain points in thie meet. jwhio is slated to pitch against Syra- wh ich it wou~ld be suitable to
cuse in the first of tlve two game ser1- the Olympic events.
VTARSITY 9'I:NTS NOTICE ies. Miller is anxious to repeat his
____last year's victory over the Orange. Patronize Daily Advertisers

All members of the Vn rsity tennis; -
squad are requested to report on the!
F'erry field courts as soon after 2
o'clock as possible for pi-ctures which I
will bie taken this afternoon.
C~OACf1IH HNRY C. HUTCHINS, 1

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for Skating

;urls Toni~orrowr
on the receiving end
es in the first game,y
iat first, Kubicek at
* - i9A'e at shortstop,
at thirdI. -Corriden,
.d Gilber~t wyil con-,
. Asbeck will be call-
nd for the game to-
Fisher said yester-
ig held in reserve as
for either of the two
lso likely that Morse
)e given a chance in
He Reichman may be
her for the second
gan's win over West
3- score Wednesday,
still dissatisfied with

Watts' Guin
A fellow townsman and protege of
Blobby Jones, Watts Gunni is consid-j
ered one of -the leading amateur golf-
ers in Amtrica.- In 1925 he was de-
feated by his famous tutor in the
finals of the American amateur cham-
pionship at Oakmonit. Last year lie
was a member of the Walker Cup
team which successfully defended the
famous trophy in England, and
brought,- it back to the United States.
Young Gunn, who is barely over
twenty, is a great frined and partner
of JTones. They are members of the
same club in Atlanuta. Probably no
other city in the United States boasts.
two better amateursthan these young Cogas
Although hie annexed no major golf
titles last, year, Gunn must be reck-
oned -with as a Prominent factor in'
tournaments this se-ason. Heretofore4
hsonly handicap has been lack of
experience.

'tomorrow.
{The special two mile race which
will be run this afternoon promises
to be one of the greatest in trackhlis-
tory. Withi such a field as Hornber-
ger of MichiganL and Shimek of Mir-~
quzette prom'ised from the West and -
Cox of Penn State, Benson of Cornell,
and Smith of 'Yale from the East, the
race .can not be! other than a great
one. In all probability the wvinner
Iwill better 9:-30 by a considerable

Friday

Special

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Knickers are the
Ideal thing --- in,
four pinece suits or
used with leather
blouses.

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and
Saturday

margin.
Cooper, double winner at Ohio, willj
be forced to the limit this afternoon
in the 120 yard high hurdles to over-I
( come a field listing such notable as
Lord, David Burghley of Cambridge,
England, and Monty Wells ofDat
Dr-mouth. 'There will probaibly be one
-prelimiinary heat in addition to the
finals.
A number of other events will be
ru~n th-is afternoon, largely in the
high school, academy, and college
classes althouigh some of the' univer-
sity races will be concluded today.
There are, however, no Michigan en-
tries in any of these.
ETomnorrow 's events will fli-WdHester
in the 100 yard dash,,Ketz in the liam-
iner throw, and Schravesand in the
discus, and Northrop in the broad
jumnp a1id probably ,the javelin.

I

Knickcr .Suits,
Plu's 4 Knickers,
Leather dIouses,

$49.00 U~P
$ 8.50up
$13-.0 up

All. Hats Reducead TIo
$.95
New Spring Hats with small bound brims and tapering
crowns. A variety of shades of tans and greys. All at one
price. Values up to $8.00.
A.- F. M-rquArwdt
Taior
608 East, Liberty -St.

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le, he sa~id, hay-
one g'ame since
emn trip, that
However the
la.yers to show
eason1 continues.
ut was h'eld be-]
rthis being due
it of the playersI

withm themt.'T'hese will be supplied by
the cities ivssed through. Pyli"e es;-
timated that the winner would haveJ
to average 32 miles a day.

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M/ORNING

d Press}
April 28- C. C.
er of profession-
neced a Loa An-
marathon foot

At Nin 'lc

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anda

d1 tp; take
The :$2-5,-
d by Pyle
Tonl 4liine
,000 as a
advancedj

We will tut vn sale every DOBBS Soft Hat
we hiave in stock for
This will include all grade8, from $8" to $10

to)
3,00(

Lentry-.list of
tvo Nurn i;a-
e runner'la
scouir wmth im
runnersawhile;

REASON: roen .izies

ra Inin fo
one of whonm set a
'd last weekc in win-
e-Kansas City rave,
'al entries.-
e 90-mile ruin as -a-
the 1Riff uprisinig
hold the transcon-

Bette,
size,

r get in on this. We may have just the
shape and color you are looking for

no sche-
Alley like.
Leach will
of judges-

NOT A HAT RE-SERVED

Remember, SAURA Y, Apri~l 30th

GOLF AND $POR TS. WEA~
KNICKEMS IN POSUNS
Seven-fifty to Fifteen DoIla~s-
SWEATS SINBLACK AND TAN
Crew neck-Six and S$ix-fifty' /
GOLF HOSE IN NEW PATTERNS
Three-~fifty ~to Nine Dollars

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