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November 06, 1927 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1927-11-06

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Big Ten Tank Team I.Of Veterajh Stars

Ineligibility and injuries have com-
)hined to reduce what at the outset
Sof the 1927 season appeared to be a
Jpowerful Ohio State cross country
team to an aggregation of more or
less doubtful strength, although tra-
dition indicates that Dr. Frak
Castleman will be able to put a
Sstrong harrier outfit in the field be-
fore the Conference meet late in the
In their initial meet with Indiana
- *last Saturday, the Bucks showed po-
tential power and balance by turning
back the Crimson invaders in a close-
.ly contested race, 28-29, despite the
fact that Fields, the Hoosier captain,
finished in first position.
The main hope of Dr. Castleman's
team seems to lie in the development
of a well-balanced aggregation as
the Indiana meet indicated that the
yAYLE Scarlet ant Grey squad does not in-
ILANEtTNE elude any individual stars, with the
possible exception of Donnell.
"GALLoPNG G~oST. At the outset of the season ineligi-
bility claimed five of the Buckeye
QAIE OF TME coach's most likely prospects includ-
C'O4TRV'S LEAD G ing the 1927 captain. The men lost
ScoR5iRS to competition by this rout include
Captain-elect Edgar, Young, L. A.
Smith, Heintz, and White.
Graduation haid claimed Kenpedy
and Gammie, the two outstanding
performers on the 1926 team, while
S. S. Smith and Long have been
Te RS handicapped by injuries for the
-wtr' rgreater part of the season. Baker,
Es ErL2- Loomis, and Woodruff have been un-
Susuallyslow in rounding into form.
t °. Theremainder of the original Ohio
squad includes three veteran cross
country men, Donnell, S. S. Smith,
fl4- ' and Baker, around whom Castleman
has developed his 1927 aggregation.
-s)-ARD IYDonnell appears to be the most ca-
<iS -pable performer of this number and
U aET{pCP rAF ~placed second to Fields, Hoosier cap-
tain and star in -the dual meet with
Indiana last week.
MOSS AND SPENCER WIN WAY TO FINAL ROUND Baker and S. Smith both placed
IN ALCAM US HAMPONSIP TNNI TOUNEYamong the first ten men in the race,
IN ALL-CAMPUS CHAMPIONSHIP TENI TOURNEY taking fifth and x sixhplaces respec-
tively. W. Smith, who garnered sev-
Irving Moss, who, with James ' By virtue of a win over Phi Sigma enth blace against the Hoosiers, Pet-
Spencer, successfully vanquished all Delta, 9-4, Sigma Alpha Mu gained the ers and Soler appear to be the other
opponents to capture the all-campus' privilege to play in the finals of the dependable runners on the Buckeye
tennis doubles title, will meet his erst- interfraternity speedball champion- squad.
while partner Spencer to fight it out ship contest. In the last half minute Ohio State's second real test of the
for the all-campus singles title. 1.y of play, Tau Delta Phi was able to season will come in the anndal tri-
virtue of his win over Farbman, run- ,nose out the strong Phi Chi eleven angular meet with Michigan and Illi-
ner up, Moss received the right to 14-13. Phi Lambda Kappa defeated nois at Champaign next Saturday.
meet Spencer who defeated Hammer in Theta 13-7. One more game remains
the semi-finals 7-5, 6-4. Moss won his in the semi-finals, Tau Delta Phi will -MT. CLEMENS- Selfridge Fliers
semi-finals match 6-0, 6-3. play Phi Lambda Kappa and the win- football team makes its trips by air-
---- - -ner will clash with Sigma Alpha Mu planes.



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