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TIHI'RSDAY, MAY 5, 1927

THE MICHIGAN °DAILY

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T HE PRESS BOX 1
l fiC .V, d rf r; li )i ea y sl Although Iow a was ratedl as b vin; .. 1' k c arc a.1,40 m ~ e
the most glowing chance of annexing I u- soul Vlr;'rh cs IueIIlep
Conference indoor and outd(101r 1raclk ( Hdirg J<,)aa S rbi ndKir'
honors two month., ago, the Hawk--
eyes will comieto Ann Arbor for the' Aflis(,in * 7) yard I i, a
first dual meet of the season Satur- thQ 11Inos ,Iooj' carniliva] uand nmade
day given only a fair chance to down ttl;: ar*,n ie of:152 itin h e pim-
the Wolverines. ia : K a aron ,v.,lid( Ihak, buflt he!
cc :lr n't Seem to leliver it the fainals. I
And these same Wolverines Ilie ontly managed t f0 liiii< third at
were scarcely conlsidleredI a strong Kansas after two m131(1 XDeere di -gquali-I
outfit 01.0 months *-) o. :ow they tiel, lbut. he out;t to givei Coop
are quite -gieeally favored ov-er great race in tlie]uh.
tloc Ilair:ks, WilFe not mking -anly! - -
cltims asit U'real chlamilonsh~ip' t'uhef>, IC 'i el U 'otente
coiteiider the MIchtiran track c bli W~pon iil or~ ard low
squad hasts coni along well with liurtIles last Y %':ur, iVili uudiir ld.)-
sci eral of the new mein shoivIng ; ",.y try to (111 at~i )e th is racet
Constatnt iro olenent alolig 'ith ;h-Ii'day, 1111t x1411l roj"., ly with.Ii
thue 5&tisfacto "v plWrforutaulcCe4of 4(IflI . f iLOI fula;IFghis in i i ozof
the few vicr us left fronm last a'iuJ)Ihuug the 2_10yard (l; '. t'{)oYirnI
year~. h<Is net I41 in il udra :,Uccess
so fatr ?n the lowivb k):i';~t tIVill
With the exception of Capt. Phil iiroja bly gil a "Hlal," pl l .he cant
Northrop, all of the Michigan mien are stand. Jones a ld Tarluill area.n-
in shape and final entries will be ai)- oter pair of gtondl Jyoreri=)e
nounced today according to Coach I.,urdlers awlt have a good c'iVO c
Farrell. Northrrop is still suffering to tak~e third ill sl :'e of Btfiy
frmasore arm' which he has had acid helps.C
ever since the Ohiql Relays nearly _ ---f
two weeks ago and he may not throw Michigan's sop)homfore hammer star,
the javelin Saturday. He is certain K~etz, will make hi 'first appearance i
to compete in the broad jumep and pole in a meet on Ferry field Saturday. l
vault, however. Northrop may take And speaking of aehievemients - i
one throw in the hopes that it will be wouldn't it he "some performance" if
enough' to win. he coazld break the Ferry field record
of 158 feet 8 inches for the hammer
?Northrop, althoigb le has not inl his first appearance there? That
vaiited fitia?,nmeet siuce spring recor'd, set in 1904 by Ralph Rose,
Vacation, will 1te pitted ag'aintst seemis to be in danger for the secondl
Boyles, the lowa captain, in the consecutive year.
pole vault and a merry battle i~
uroinkid. B~oth are consistent atl~

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Third ha seman of the St. Louis Car-.
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Cards' 8-3 victory over Pittsburgh yes-
terday with a horn run. This St.
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Cardal tie for the league leadership and.
lout the Cards ahead with 11 victories.
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3831. Adel Ewell. 152-153-154 hair. 707 N. University.
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18 feet 6 inchtes whiicb. is 'North-
rop's best miark of the' yea~r.
Boyles cleared 12' feet 9* Inches last
Satuirday, which is within lualf anl
finchi of the height at which lie and
Northrop tied for first inothe Cont-
ference outdoor mteet last year.
If anyone has the idea that the
pole vault is a closed contest between
captains, he has another guess coin-
ing. According to many of the dope-
sters, Mullen of Iowa who tied with
Prout for third in the Big Ten meet
last year at 12 feet 6 inches, should
give the captains plenty of competi~-
tion. Another possibility is Prout who
has been rounding into shape well of
late. With a wrii day he may do bet-
ter than 12 feet.
'WithSinun of Illinois already
as victint of hIris n the broad jut h,1
Phil Northirop'is-ill attenupit to
take thae nicasu a of aanotlier of his
leading Conferenuce ri'vals in this
event--E v e r4 gq. .Thie Iowai 's
be"st iur ~is 12 >feet It 1-2 indi es
considerably below that of North-
rop, who haes made 23 feet 6 3-4
Incies, and consequently the W'tol-
vernue is .a fai-orite.
Of the new'maen on the squad, Don
Cooper has been outstanding. The
lanky hurdler on) the outdoor track
that Coach Steve Farrell has had un-
der his surveilance since the time or
the versatile Carl Johnson. "Coop"
is tall and lanky and has all the phy-
sical qualifications anyone could ask
for a hurdler. And he has delivered
the goods in great style.
' Saturdaay's. neet is going' to I'Ve
Cooper a uigif good chance to
see ]low.,lie stack's up with the
Big Ten Ahiurdlers outdoors. since
Coacht Bresnaihan has what is con-
idered qtuite a hurdling squad.
First and foremost there is Cuhel,;
thle versatile "Raaha", who as so
many favorite events be scarcely
knows which one to pick, 611t wilt
r wili probaalbiy talke a taste of aurd-
ling Satunrdauy. Thenci one can itnot

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154
FOR SALE
All makes of typewriters for sale or
rent. Excellent machines at rea-
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Courteous service. Aulta Brand
Ribbons and Carbons. Rider's Pen
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FOR SALE-1923 Ford Touring. Good
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Phone 9571. 152-153-154
FOR SALE -Most desirable large
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May rent. Dial 7733 (or 4454
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FOR SALE-1926 Dodge Sedan. Loolkf
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LOUGHGRAN IS NOW
TITLE CONTENDER

(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, May 4.-Tommy Lough-1
ran of Philadel'phia loomed today as
the outstanding contender for the light
heavyweight crown as a result of a
decision victory over Young Stribling,
pride of Georgia.
Taking seven, of the ten rounds
fought, the clever young Philadelphian
atoned for two colorless defeats i
previous meetings by winning the un-
aninious decision, of three judges after
a hitter battle at Ebbets =field Tues-
day night.II
Pinning their hopes :foll a title botE
on the outcome, both fighters battledI
furiously all thie>.way. With greater
coolness Lou,-hran met the fierce l
/Charges of the southerner with jarring
xsmashes to the head and body. Again'
and again lie hit inside the wvild swings;
of his opponent with telling effect.
Boring in constantly in the hope of.
restoring himself to favor with the
New York fais; 'tribbling carried the
ligh.. ; to close range, but gained little
or no advantage in the infighting.
Many clinches marred the bout.
In the first three rounds the south-
('(ncr's rushing offensive broke
through Loughran's guard often, but
after thiat the Philadelphian was mas-1

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