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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

RSITY TRACKMEN

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STARS OF ET
AM8N 21WHO WILL
COPETE TOMORROW
ThRhEE I IIVI1)UAL CHAMPONS
TO )EPEN LAURELS
A COLUMBS
FESTER TODEFEND TITLE
ooper Iligh And Law Hurdles, Ketz
hilainmer Throw, TQ Try For
5econd Chmnploinships
Included among the 21 Varsity track
Al4thletes who are scheduled to entrain
for Columbus this morning, there to
'onipete in the annual Ohio Relays
t6mor row, are many who have dis-
tinguished themselves in previous
holdings of the Buckeye clas'sic..
Defenders of three individual cham-
pionships and one second place win-
ner last year, besides veteran relay
quartets that placed second in. the
mile and two mile team events, are
again, expected to score heavily. Cap-
tain Hester in the dash, Cooper in
both the high and low hurdles, and
'c etz in the hammer are the Wolver-
ine stars returning from last season's
team 'Who will participate in their
specialties tomorrow.l
Fast Field In Dash
Hester holds hs title as a result
of sprinting the century dash in :09.9
to beat out Kriss of Ohio State and
Wubusca of Pittsburgh. Both of these
runners andSinpnon, Ohio's sopho-
more Big Ten indoor champion, will
provide the @impetition for the Michi-
gan captain tomorrow.
Cooper''s double triumph in the
hurdles will net go unchallenged,
though the field does not look as im-
pressive as in former years. Coach
Steve Farrell's ace has repeatedly
lowered his time made last year in
the 120 yard highs and 220 yard lows
and only recently broke :24 fiat t i
the longer distance.<
Gez Shows Well
Ketz, hammer thrower who has
been hovering about the 160 foot
mark during all of last week's prac-
tice workouts, is the last of the point
winners in last year's meet, but the
strength of the squad is not conined
to only these.
Kinney, a good high hurdler; Waldo,
a consistent high juniper; and Prout,
a brilliant though erratic pole vaulter,
are the others who should break in tor
the scoring column for the Wolver-
ines.
Others who will make the trip to
Columbus are the following: Grodsky
in the dash; Carlson in the discus;
Beaman in the javelin; Willians in
the hammer; Erickson and Eardley in
the pole vault; and Felker in the highr
jump, all these besides the memberst
of the relay quartets.
Relay Teams Strong
These latter teams wil be composed
of Jones, Seymour, Freese, and Mung-
er for the mile and Grunow, Monroe,1
Leonard,:and Lomont for the two mile.
Michigan's mile squad last year ran!
second to Syracuse's I.C. 4-A. cham-
pionship group which negotiated the
distance in 3:24. The two mile group
trailed the Ohio squad which estab-
lished a new meet record of 8:00.6 tol
displace the mark made by George-
town.
Because of injuries to Stuch and
Chapman there will be no entry in the
880 yard sprint relay, while the mater-
ial for a distance medley squad was
not forthcoming to warrant sending
such a squad. No shot putter or
broad jumpers will accompany the
squad for the same reason.
NUFl'LAT~t CORLjAATION
Through an error, the names of
three freshmen winning numerals in
swimming were omitted from yester-
day's daily. Coach Mann awarded
sweaters to Irwin Newman of Cleve-
land, Harold Nimz df Muskegon, and

Michael Maxian of Binghamton, N.
Y., all divers. In all 14 numerals
were given out to the yearling nata-
tors..

THREE BADGER QUARTETS
TO COMPETE IN KANSAS
AND OHIO RELAV MEET
(Special to The Daily)
MADISON, April 19.-While the
Wisconsin four-mile quartette is de-
fending its title won last'year 'at the
Ohio relays, two other Badger relay
teams will compete tomorrow at
Lawrence where the Kansas games are
being held.
As a result of time trials this week,
Coach T. E. Jones has settled on the
personnel of his relay teams. The
four milers who leave here Friday. for
the Buckeye "meet are Bullamore, Pet-
aja, Thompson, and Moe. The latter
turned in a surprisingly fast mile in
the trials. Until this week he was
only given an outside chance of fill-
ing the vacancy.
Capt. Gil Smith, who recently be-
came eligible to run this spring,
Ramsey, -Larsen and Benson com-
prise the sprint relay entry of the
Badgers at Kansas. They will run in
both the quarter mile and half mile
relay races.
CONFERENCE
SPORT DOPE
Rollie Barnum, Wisconsin's last
nine letter nwan, may be selected to
fill the vacancy left by the resigna-
tion of' Bill Chandler, Iowa State
basketball coach. ''
Coach Sam Barry, Hawkeye bask-
etball mentor, has begun spring cage
drill, which will continue until the
weather becomes too uncomfortable
to play basketball. The work will
consist largely of drill on fundament-
als.
Wisconsin's track team has been
greatly strengthenelby the return
of Capt. Gili Smith, who has succeed-
ed in working off a condition ghat
prevented hin from competing in-
doors. He is a sprinter.
The first outdoor drills of the Min-
nesota Varsity tennis squad have
been greatly hampered by unfavor-
able weather. Indoor work, how-
ever, has revealed considerable po-
tential strength for this year's team.
Medals will be awarded to seven.
members of the Iowa spring football
squad for excellence in practice, ac-
cording to an announcement made
by CoachtBert Ingwersen.
Coach Wally Middlesworth's call
for Indiana freshman baseball can-'
didates has been answered by more
than 50 men, including a number of
good prospects for next year's Vars-
ity squad .
About 90 candidates have been re-
porting regularly to Coach Glen
Thistlethwaite, Badger grid mentor,
since the spring practice was begun
a week ago.
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MORRIS QUINN '29

HAWK BALL STARS WILL MEET
WOLVERINES AT I ERRY FIELD

-v-i p R I!COACH HUTCHINS PLANS
TO COMMENCEYEARLING
GRIDIRON NET DRILLS NEXT WEEK
__ PC i he Co aohanry C. Hutchinshwill
____ issue the initial call for freshman.

'FIVE WOLVERIMES, WIN
STATE AN A. U. CROWNS

Two Iowa players who are to appear against Michigan today on south
Ferry field. Twogood, playing hi's second year with the Hawkeyes, will
probably oppose Asbeck on the hilltcp. Glassgow is a veteran shortstop an(l
one of the best infielders in the Conference.
American Golf And !Four Home Games
Tennis Aces Leave Carded For Purdue
For Meets Abroad In Nine Day Period
(By Associated Press) LAFAYETTE, April 19. - Purdue
New York, April 19.-Notables of Ibaseball fans who have been anxiously
America's golf and tennis circles awaiting the opportunity to see the

Four O Returning Lettermen Among tennis candidates early next week. Hewitt, Dinalioe, And Watson Qulify
125 '(ldidatre Reporting for While plans had been laid to call the For Olympic 'trials At East
Spring Football Drills yearling netmen out directly follow- Thinsing Meet
R ADUATION TOLL LAR6E ig vacation the strong competition TW ENTRIES UNATTACED
ADUAT1O TOLL LARGEfor places on the Varsity squad and TY NRE N
Four lettermen from last year's s e ofthe condi tioning Coach Clifford Keen's Wolverine
team have reported for spring foot- the Ferry field clay courts has neces- n'matmen captured the team title in
ball, Otto Pommerening and Del Whit- sitated the delay.' state A. A. U. wrestling tournament
tie being the only ones of the 1927 Although the official call has as held at East Lansing, Wednesday at-
returning regulars who are not tak- yet not been made for freshman ten-
ing !)art in the daily drills. Capt. Geo. nis candidates Coach utchins strong- ternoon. The Maize and Blue grap-
Rich, Howard Poe, Joe Gembis, and iy advises pro'spective udat to pIers won eight firsts and three sec-
Ted Bovard are the veterans who are avail themselves of the opportunities end places. Besides winning the
wcrking out on south Ferry field. of practice. When the regular sea- state title the wrestlers won the right
Pommerening has not reported on ac- son gets underway a team cf four or to participate in the Olympic finals to
count of afternoon classes, while six men will be selected for practice be held on July 3, 4, and 5 at Grand
Whittle is out for baseball. matches with the Varsity and the in- Rapids.
Graduation this June will take the eligible stars on the campus. First- The Michigan wrestlers took a first
largest toll from a Michigan foot- year men on the campus who are not place in every weight in which they
ball team in the history of the sportI members of the class of 1931, while were entered except one, the 112
Seventeen lettermian from the 1927 they are not eligible for the freshman pound class, which was captured by
,quad will be lost to the 1923 aggre- numeral award will make up the re' Michigan State College 'with Kiri-
gation, having completed their three serve team.
years of competition. Th~e list is ;__________ mura of the Wolverines placinig sec-s
headed byBene os.te hLAR ond. There were 38 entries in the
headed loy Betoiie OOSterlhaaf. thli(0 DECATHLON DRAWS LAtitle contest, andi the Varsity had no
all-American end and captain of theh ASSttecnesadteVriyhdn
1927 grid team. Other ends .1lude' I ENTRY FOR KANSAS MEETI representatives in the 175 pound
yandnd -lestn, e,, ,a,,,s (Special to The Daily) The Wolverines winning their
Three tackles, Gabel, Harrigan, andl LAWRENCE, April 19.-With 24 matches were: Hewitt in the 123
Grinnell, are among the graduation i men entered in the decathlon event of pound division, Watson, 135, Donahue,
guasualities. T'he ;ards lost to the the Sixth annual Kansas relays here 145; ito, 158; and George in
1928 squad are Baer and Palmeroli, this afterncon and tomorrow morning, the heavyweight class.
wile Thisted and Schoetifeld are it seems certain that the real .all- Ririmura took second place in the
he etersho will not return nextaou champion track an field man 112 'pound class, Kelley captured a
fall. n wh nof the Middle West and Southwest is secondin the 145 pound event, while
lit the backfield a trio of a t o )0be discovered. 'ihills, a freshman took a second plahce
1;ackh, Mille olmuan, ai 1)of ft' The decathlon event of the Kansas in the 123 pound class.
iackrs, Miller. offman, and )oihol'relays is the first time this ten-event i Coach Keen expressed satisfaction
will receive their diplomas. The ranks , f .Zn 1.a , --------- - a

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were bound for Europe aboard the}
Acquitania today in the annual quest
for international laurels. Tennis
was represented by Miss Helen Wills,
national women's champion, and Miss
Penelope Anderson of Richm'ond, Va..,
and golf by three leading Am-erican
professionals, Walter Hagen, Gene
Sarazen and Bill Mehlhorn. Tom Ar-
mour cancelled his passage at the
last moment.
The British open championship,
won six times in the last seven years
by Americans and now held by Rob-
eart TyreJones, the Atlanta attorney,
i. the goal of the golfing contingent.
Miss Wills will storm the heights of1
Wimbledon, tennis capital of the
British empire.
For Hagen, the glories of the 'Brit-
ish open are old, but for the oth nrs,x
Sarazen in particular, success at
Sandwich would be prized more high-{
ly than victory on any other course.
It was at Troon back in 1923 that
Sarazen, American open champion at
the time, met what lie has always
termed the most bitter (efeat ofJhL
career. Having made his position inI
American golf secure by his victory
ir the open at Skokie in 1923, Gene
failed even to qualify in his first
British open.
Hagen has played no tournament
golf since he won the professional
championship at Dallas last fall for
the fourth successive season. He
also is to meet Aubrey Boomer in
France before he returns to America.

Boilermaker diamond squad in ac-
tion in a Big Ten game this season
will have plently of opportunity for
the remainder of the month, for the
Ohio name here tomorrow afternoon
I.is the first of four successive home
lig 'Ten encounters that are carded
within nine days.
Following the Ohio game here Sa'-
urd(ay after'noon, the Purdue nine will
hae a achmice t o evn matters with
the strong Illincis outfit here Wed-
nesdayafternoon andthen open ti 1.
tv uc-game series with Chicago the
tollowing Friday. Minnesota will pro-
Vide the opposition here April 30 in
the final tilt of the four-game home
stand.
Handicapped by the lack ( the
chance to take a southern training
trip of the type taken by most Con-
terence nines, the Boilermakers have
been working under a handicap in
{ early games, but are hopeful of round-
ng into form with warmer weather
and a chance for more outdoor work-
outs.
The necessity for working indoors
has been harder on the pitchers tha
Ion the other members of the squad,
and Captain Chuck Maxton is the
only flinger who has really been able
to loosen up his arm. However,.
Gross. and Speidel have both turned
in good performances and ale e-
pected to develop.

of the halfltcks will be d)epleted by
three with the loss of Gilbert, iab~-
cock a nd1 Ukelwartz. Fuller is the
fullblacek who ha1s comp~leted his grid-I
iron career.
The care of La verne Taylor, 1soplo-
more end and winner of the Chicago
Alumni sprint football trophy last
year, is in doubt. Taylor was scm-
icusly injured in the Wisconsin game
last fall, and although he has now
recovered, it is not known whether
he will be a candidate for the 1928
cam.
More than 125 candidates have re-
ported to Coach Tad Wienman for
spring training. This includes many
of the 1927 AMA and freshman num-
orlwinne rs.
indamentals in blocking and de-
t feusive play have occupied the spring
nridnien to date. Yestei'day tackling
dm111 was gone through by the can-
didates. Uniforms are st11 being is-'
sued to all students reporting. No
previous knowledge of football is nec-
essary.

test will be het in thi s section of at the outcome of the meet and will
the country this spring and the win- have charge of the matmen in June
ner and others showing up well tin- at which time they will undergo in-
doubtedly will go to the Penn relays tensive training in preparation} for
next week. the Olympic tryout finals in July.

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GOLF TRIALS EXTENDED
Due to unfavorable weather
conditions, the qualifying rounds
for memberships in the Ann Ar-
bor and Barton Hills golf clubs
have been extended through Sat-
urday.

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March 22, 1927
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Forget Your Clothes

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still retains its smart lines. Niceties of cut, seldom observed
in pre-tailored clothing, are responsible for the distinction.

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