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May 20, 1927 - Image 7

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1 'r:lcia i h. 4 here they \will race agair,
IIIALR rUUJ1U LcllanLU Kennedy
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Ft OR 0110 D, t Jo1' r the third cneu
Tholv(crilwsrlake 25) ) Men TO Colnull, { ir is event, for Michigan.
In Hope Of Wiiini -Foarth ELimniut a~l13,a-;will cc
l)naul )Iot Of 4((&r the halt mile and(1 Monroe v
I o entry in the one mile ru.
CLOSE FIGHT EXPECTED ''p1~u , Daie jmpebradNor
Knapp, javelin thrower, al
Undefeated thus far this seasonbe newe Wolverines, all
Coach Stephen J. Farrell'sWovin :ig their first trip. Dah
track team entrained last night for' hiepoits against Iowa
Columbus where they will encounter 1'C ,l .erinhamn, wine
what is generally considered the ~-,4t h rk eas
strongest Ohio State squad they have 1 IC '1 hellkC ldualset
ever eompetedl against.
Miclhigain's two versatile field eventI A tditai of 25 mWen comp~
r ola a t hl N r h o7 a t a k I q al ei o 0 ,o n ftLvette are the only mem biers 01:'the tdelegat iofls ever nom inated f
t eamn to be entered in ithr(ee evernts, metb ochFrel
andl both are -expected to SC'!0' inlal at.byCahFrel
North:o' arm has not l healed pro-
perly after a severe muscle injury and NEW Y"ORK-Babe Ruth
he will not be called upon to thirow first Mlajor league player tc
the javelin until next Saturday, when ball th -rown from an airplay
he will lead is team mates in the
Conference mieet at Mladis.on. Hlowever, NEW' VYORK.-anukee p1a
tomorow he 'is 'enteredl in his other ceive ,_'00,000t yearly in sar
specialty events, the broad jump and -.-
pole vault in addition to the high

CININ 1 I, M101Profit At"Gardens" TiLUMN
PLII TiOU IL EE NEW YORK, iayT1 l e Ne i.A3PM . "':
Madison Siquaregardeun made a pro- A PMr;.~ E 'fSN
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Coach Ray .Fisher's baseball team such things a ~six-day bicycle races,
will niot dis~and immediately at the; boxing bouf -,,I rack meets~, horse
close of the Conference but will re-" shows, and the circus.
main in Ann Arbor to play two gamesI
during Commencement week. The .
University of Cincinnati team has
been engaged to meet the Wolverines
on June 17 and 18. c -1AS. T
The Michigan team was supposed to
play Cincinnati on the way home FOR YOURE
fron its southern trip, but was rained;
out. Cincinnati got an early start OLO
for a team so far north and has been
going good all season. The calibre!
of its opponents is not quite as goodl OVERCOATS
as the average 'team among the lead-
ein the Big Ten. Highest Prices Paid for.
Between now and the ti~e for the!
games in June the Wolverine ball DIAINM ONDS
club may take on an entirely (iffer-,
ent appearance. With more Confer-! PhZONE AT ONCE
ence tilts to be played as well asa
non-Conference ganme with Michigan, S A
State the team. may be settled dlownt
and play less erratic ball that has 4306j
lnar edl many of the mid-season games._________________________


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IAl etto fEntered lin ,Javel in
Lovette will be enteDred in place of
CQaptain Northrop in the ;javelin, andl
after his throw af'194 feet last week;

naais Illinois it is not unlikely that
he will break the existln, dual meet
mark of 194 feet Gl inches set last year
by the Michigan pilot. Lovette is alsoI
expected to win the shot put and
should score third in the discus be-
hind the Michigan and Ohio aces,
Schravesand and Rasmus, respective-
Coat Farrell selected four hurd-t
lers to make the trip. Headed by Coo-
per,. who is entered in both the lows
and highs, this group includes 'alsol
Kinney in the highs and Tarbill and
Jones in the lows. Ohio will present
in Irwin the only serious obstacle for
the Wolverines to hurdle.
Hester Favored '.o Wini [
I-ester and Lasser fprm the Mich-
igan sprint pair in both the 100 and
220, with Hester favored to win in
both events over Kriss, Ohio's in41Qor
Conference champion, with Lasser a
probable third in the 100 and possible
second in the 220.
Wisconsin Net Team
Will Compete Here
(Continued from Page Six)
Badgers won three of the six singles
matches but lost all three of th e doub-
les. The invaders are headed by Cap-
tain Boldenwack, who is one of the
best singles players, in the Confer-
ence, having been seeded in the Big
Ten mneet last year.
Besides Captain Boldenwack, the
Badger team includes Freeborn, Kan-
er,' Reeves, Kratz, and Judkins. Thue
team played in this order against Min-
nresota, while the 'doubl~es combina-
tions coisisted of Kaner andi Judkins,
Reeves and Kranz, Boldenwack and
Against Minnesota the I~adger team
showed a lack of sufficient practice,
especially in doubles, as they lost all
three matches to the strong Gopher
Capt. Irwin Olian may not be able
to play against the Badgers this after-
noon due to a muscle injury. In case
h- is unable to play, his place will he
filed by Kenneth Schafer, '293, wlio
played against Michigan State last
The Mvichigan entries will, be select-
ed - from Cantain Olian, Stephens,
Schafer, Barton,. Moore,. Algyer, and

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