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THE MICHIGAN

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SUNDAY, MAY 1, 1927

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FBSIA R~MHSHOULDBE GREAT AID TO CARDINALS 4 YOUNGS' ILLNESS Yesterday's
FEHA RCMNINNA Or'0NAL LEAGUE PENNANT RAE;TINILT[IUIAIQ; DOES NOT BOTHER
MFowwnmET VARSITY SUAD """WERE JUST TaOOD0OD ~ Cleelan 002

Results
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EAMI LET FORn
ON TUSA

SolII e lv4Iitk Lini ITo MIAeli (1d ;
ltfSII us l.tlrue M(en Wh
WVil ~ee1 bowauls
LASSIR, CHAPMAN, STAR
Varsity trackmain and Coach Hoyt's
-freshman team engaged in an inter-
veting, though noae too outstanding
meet yesterday, witlh several good
~performances being turned in in the
Course o the afternoon.
No set rule for competition was
Wade, and several of the events were
limited to Varsity men alone, some
to the yearlings, still others mixed,
fand one event for the former Mich-
igan quarter mile stars, now known
as "has-eens."
All those men who were not select-
ed to go to the Pennsylvania relays
took part in the meet which was to
determine the personnel of the squadl
that is to face lowa in a dual meet
next week. The seleeiors still re-
main uncertain, pending the decisions
of Coach Farell.
4 strong wind directly against the
runners in almost every event playdl
an important part in slowing up the
races. With one exception, the ime
turned i by Feinsinger in the 440
yrd special race, of :505, no mark
was exceptional.
If the distinction for "stars" must
lie given to sofeone, Harold Lassr,I
Varsity trackman, (draws first honors
~r two first places, while Chapman,
freshman captain, also scored two
firsts. Lasser won the 10) yard dash
in :103, and the 220 in ;22.. Chap-
man won the centry in :10.6, and
the broad jump with a leap of 22 feet
3 5-8 inches.
In the 100 yard dash Wi. IHarbaugh
finished about three yars behind
Lasser, wth L. Kelly a close third.
I-arbaugi\ was again the closest manc
in the: 220, pressipg Lasser most oft
the way, and finally finishing second.
Towel was third in this race.
Stuck, freshman, who finished just'
behind Chapman in the 10, won a.
frst place in the 220 by defeatingc
A) Seymour, andl ichel, who finished
aecond and third respectively.
The high hurdle race was won byt
Finney, Varsity, with Mans second,
and Atkins third. The time of :16.2
was fair, consiering the wind. Thet
low hurdle race was a walkaway,
Jones winning over Dolliver and J.l
1larbaugh by more than 10 yards.
Olheiser, Mueller and Leonard I
stepped away from the rest of the
field and staged a close race in the
440. Ohlheiser stayed in second place
until hie rounded the last turn where
lie went into first. Mueller also cme
to the fore and threatened to win in
the sprint but fell short by a short
distance. Leonard was a poor third.
Feinsinger was out in front almost
from thre start in the special race with;
Rlobb, intercollegiate sprint campon,
and Ijerrnstein, former star, close
behind. Herrnste~n pulled into second
place in the final (ash, with Robb
third, and Stevens a freshman, fourth.
The time was :50.5.
The two mile irace was very close.
Out of a field of 11 that startel h
race,FWuerful, a sophomore, and Cal-
l'aban, former Varsity distance man,
were the only two left to finish. W er-
'ful stayed behind until the sprint,
where he defeated Callahan by inches
Onl, in th time of 9 :57.7.
Lomont had little trouble in taking
the half mile run, wining 1w 10
yards from Beals and Hunt, both Var-
ity men. The time was 2:01.1, and
would have been much faster h fd the
com petition pushed I ~smot (I'' g
tfhe fist quarter .mile.
Herbert ad lCunow finished first
and second 4n the freshman 8'5O yard
run. The time of 20.2 is aonidered
slow for the dh aee.
The sowhu!s:il the fiid eve s
were oly _far. Chamn's jmp of
22 feet 2 5-8 niches w~on the broad
jump, witx Arnd second1 si inches
behind, and Kelly third, n foo behind
Chapman.

Morton's heav e of 0 feet 3 5-8
inches was good enough to take first
place in the shot twt, almost 1 1-2
feet ahead of Brooks, his competitor,
aind two feet ah-ead of Reiwitch, who
placed third.
Caim bell was the best bet in the
hammer throw, with a heave of 147
feet 7 3-8 inches, more than 13 feet
aha of McCaffree, second place;
rran, Williams was third.
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Two more (lays for prawtice for the
Wolverine golf teaim leforec it leax('.
for Lafayette, Iniainma, vw-71,r.,it ill
meet the ,Purdue golferrs iTlmu ra
The Purdue contests will mnun th
openimng of Wolverines play in the
Conference for the present seasoni.
The other ,golf ganmes for time coin-
ing week enid for thme Michigan play2Ners,
will b)e their second Conference enl-
gagement withntime Illin'ois i eani. at
Urbana.
The personmnel of time team thmat
Coach Carlton Wells will send on time
1 first trip will not be announced u--
til after the practice session tonmo-
row aftermnoon. Besides Captain YFre
Glover it is almost certain thalt Ad("("i-
son Connmor andl John Ber-Ohin wl
')e selected to oppose time Pur due d
Illinmois golfers. Bergelin has consi:;-
tently played good golf this ;;riu ;.
He turned in the lowest scores imnhctht
the meetings with time Detroit GAlf
club. Connor had the second lowet-,
score in time last match with time Do-
Stroit golf team. Capt. G-lover, althiough
he "didn't play in the first practice
mteet of the year, had a low score of
81 in time second encounter held 1{ i-
(Thy on the Wasliteifaw club links.

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