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VTJUSDAY, MARCH 1, 1528 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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PAGE SEVEN
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FOR DAVIS CUP TEAM! r j*.

Preliminary rTrials To Be held
Augusta. Ga.; Will Prepare
For Mexican Meet
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Leadingaspirants for theDavis cu
team, headed by William T. Tilden,
recently appointed captain of the 1928
squad, will meet at Augusta, Ga., on
Monday for tryout matches in prep-
aration for the first preliminary-
match with iexico at M(eXo City,
April 6, 7, and 8.
With the exception of Tilden, the
players selected for competition are
much younger than those that have
-carried the. brunt of international
tennis for this country in past years, -.
although many are experienced.:
Wilmer Allison of Texas, last years' {-
intercollegiate chamnpion, John Van ~
Ryn of Princeton, Edward Chandler of ... ..
California, Johnnie Doeg of California, , .:* .
George Lott of Chicago, Arnold Jones
of Brown, Lewis White of Austin, g
Texas, Wray Brown of St. Louis, and '.'
John Hennessey of Indianapolis will,
compete in the trials for team berths. 1)oii Miller
Dick Williams of Philadelphia, Wil- Former Michigan pitcher, who has
Liam. Johnson of California, and Wil- been sent to the iontreal club in the
hiam T. Hunter have notified the be ett h otelcu nte
Selection committee of the United International league by the New York
SelctioLncommteessoteUnithatYankees. Miller has spent a year
States Lawn Tennis association that with the World's champions, but has
they will not be able to enter the trial seen little service on the mound with
matches or take part in the games at them s
Mexico if they should be named on Miller was the mainstay of the
the team. MichiganD itching corps (uring the
The first three days of next week last two races for Big Ten baseball
will be given over to practice followed honors.
by three lays of test and elimination
matches. At the completion of the -
trials on March 24, a team of at least TICKETS & RESERVATIONS
four players will be picked to leave for ta Ales
Lake and Ocean Lines
Mexico, March 25. Tours. Crie

(Continued from Page Six)
entries, although Hennessey, the
other performer in the quarter mile,
is nearly as fast as his teammate.
Have Veterans In Mile Run
Veteran performers will also re-
present the Crimson in the mile run,
at Luttman and Wildes are entered
in this event. The former is making
a sensational com-eback this year aft-
er an absence of two years from col-
legiate competition. In the recent
f. C. 4-A meet L uttman proved that
he has lost none' of the , peed that
formerly characterized his work,
when he lost to Cox, Penn State ace,
who ran the distance in 4:20 by a
very narrow margin. Wildes, the
other mile entry, is a two year vet-
eran.
Reid Strong In )ishinee Rn.ii
Jimmy Reid, sensational sopho-
more 'ironmian,' will compete in his
favorite event, the two mile. Reid
won both the mile and the two mile
in the triangular meet with Cornell,
and Dartmouth, and is considered the
strongest (Aistance man in eastern
collegiate circles. Flaksman, who
has finished second to Reid in nearly
every meet this season, is the se-
cond entry in this event.
Captain O'Neil, who is finishing the
best indoor track season of his three
year career, will compete in the half
mile. The other entry will be Porter,
who has nearly defeated O'Neil on
two different occasions this year.
Two veterans Clark and l3urbank,
are entered in the pole vault. Both
men are capable of clearing the 12
foot 6 inch mark and finished one-
two in the meet with Cornell and
Dartmouth. This is the third year of

Varsity competition for both Clark ----- (By Associated Press.)
and Burbank. LAFAYETTE,-Hoosierdom's great CAMBRIDGE, March 14.-A four-
Harvard's star weight man, Pratt, record on the hardwood, already illus- year football agreement between liar-
will compete in the shot, his fa..or trious, has been considerably en- vard and the Army is announced by
hanced by the performance of Ward William .1. Bingham, director of ath-
ite event. Pratt is credited with a Lambert's Purdue quintet that breez-'letics at Harvard. The first game will
mark of 44 feet 7 1-4 inches. The se- ed through a stiff 17 game schedule to be next fall at the Harvard stadium
cond Crimson entry, Guarnaccia, an- take 15 victories and completed its I where all games will be played except
other football star, ranks a close se- season Saturday night by dropping .in 1931 when Harvard will visit West
cond to Pratt in the shot. Minnesota to take half a share in the Point.
Coach Farrell has named only one Big Ten title along with Indiana. In ' Harvard will play Michigan at Ann
high jum-per, Burgess, to make the traveling to the title through what Arbor in 1929 and at the Harvard
trip. Burgess is a sophomore and ; was admittedly the toughest schedule stad.ium in 1930.
thus far this season he has failed faced lhy any Big Ten quintet, the -
to reach the 6 foot mark. ,Lanbertmen made a clean sweep of WILDCATS WILL OPPOSE
The personnel of the mile relay their games with Michigan, Iowa, Min-
team is as yet undecided, although nesota and Illinois and broke even WOLVERINE NATATORS
Coach Farrell has named Rayton andl with lnciiana and Wisconsin.- -
Lutherhan as two members of the Purdue's high-powered offensive, led ' (Continued from Page Six.)
quartet that will face Michigan. The'ly Stretch iMurphy, unanimous choice some peints in the free style for
other two men will be selected from for all-Conference center, averaged'Northwestern, although they have
Cumings, Hennessey, and IlenrichI. ,slightly over 37 points per game, while I boen outshone by Schwartz. The lPur-
Although Harvard failed to relain its defensive, revolving around Harry ple relay team has been defeated
Eem nin Lainbert's veteran back- once, diopping a close race to the
thastterni IntercollgiateInor guaid who was selected on the all- fast Gopher quartet. The Northwest-
behind Cornell, Georgetown, andl Conference team to give the Boiler- ern medley trio is rated as one of the
Yale, she scored a victory over Dart- inakers the uinustial honor of placing fastest in the Conference having been
mouth and Cornell in a triangular 'two men on the all-star five, set up credited with a time of 3:15.4.
mt a C ltwo of the best marks of the season The Wildcats have compiled an en-
meet.-when it held Illinois to 14 points in viable record in ther tour dual meets
, one ganie and Wisconsin to 15 points to date. rhey won their first three
EXPECT MANY ENTRANTS jin another.; Purdue's offensive -ike- encounters by overwhelming 'scores,
F N R W EN E wise set up the high scoring mark for defeating Purdue, 54-15; Wisconsin,
R the year when it ..dfeated Michigan, 55-1; and indiana, 51-18. Minnesota
- -55 to 33. offered a little stiffer opposition he-
EVANSTON-Entries for the Six- { Kemmer and Murphy, Purdue stars 'Iore si 5etun1ing13 4-26. The North-
teenth Annual 'Northwetern 't'gack who were honored in the all-Confer- wester nataiors have lost only three
and swimm-ing meet to be held here ,once selections, set up individual out of 32 events in the four meets.
March 23 and 24 continue to arrive marks of tlhir own. Murphy fin-
daily. Among the high schools which 1ished with a total of 123 points to tie HAVANA, Cuba- -The Cuban ath-
have ailready entered men are Cleve- jMcCracken, of Indiana for second high I letes entered in the Olympics will
land Heights high school of Cleve- point honori, while Kemmer went a'oinc pany the American entrants to
land; Urbana high school of Urbana, through the Conference season at. his Amsterdam at the invitation of Mur-
Ill.; East high, Aurora, Ill.; Musca- baekguard post comparatively un- ray Iulbert, President of the Ama-
tine, Ia.; Hinsdale, Ill.; Aibertyville scathed as far as personal louls are tour Athletic Union of the United
and Sadorus, 111. concerned. States.
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