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April 28, 1928 - Image 6

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__THE M1eHIGAN ILY.SA

YANKEE TENNIS Is(JRAI RECORDS SHOULD
STAR EXPECTED dliTIil FALL AT ,ANNUAL IkSTBEYSDAI HoT
TO WIN ENCAEOAARITYIEASTERN RLY
(yAsoiatdPrs) I L(By Associated Press) I IL N MEET IISTORY TO DES M01I
NEW~ YORK, April 27. - Europe 1 Philadel phia, April 27.-Intercolleg- ____________---___________
seemis about to be entertained by Am- Varsity Athidiecs Will Fuirnish, First iajte champions and title holders from PURPLE VAULTER W1estern (uference Wbel l iep2
gmanyhocashi.ctionsir ofnp then ea Icountry wCOUNTED ' ed; iawko3 es Top, Ehurry I
It is said of Glenn Collett,-no0w on a For'oi y ' ealla4 n vCeciosNTEDewee n-W~ItNERt { lhquadl of 35 Athlet
golfing qluest to England, that she ht teredl for competition today in the thir- _-
theba lic ma. f ayoe dul BENSON WILL NOT RUN ty-fourth annual University of Pen-- v RLYD A S1
the masculine severity ofHen Wills' nsylvania relay carnival at Franklin '
tennis 'Strokes, such doubts may be re- i m iakc vl opt I ed yso i-etr rc
moved by brief lis>cussi~n with several Eyso iiIetr rc
)f nicic's fist en rakig lsttheir first out-door meet oft he sc a- Lat t( o ason Robertson, Pennsylvania ayf~nc l0i es1
)f~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~o America's "first tens"arankingnlist and Olympic' coach predicted the shat- L~lssdOtdylcsdo e
who have exchanged drives with the solt28 'lc hsatino n'~ on a, wher e nearly 2,600 ahlet
,aliforniian. north ferry field when they meet the lokHo hre adc olw , presenting 233 universities, cc
This is Miss Wills fourth trip tommbr of the Varsity team who er the mark of 17 4-5 seconds for 175 h
trip yarstheaesablishedatlSllt ake Cntylist in the history of the evei
Euoe tcnntbecleda i-(id not make the tipto the Drake yinshthetblanenualal Dra it
vasion biecause she is just as much comipetingith anulDl
rue ftecut nErp sse rlays. This mweet will be on the last June. The~ University of North
is at no .the ithr on E iosraillaready1e order of a try-out for the Varsity as Carolina lie believes, will set a new Every meintbetl of the W4estera
to'hrocpnyadwl eaotthe team which will go to Ohio will standard in the 4 -mile irelay. Sabin 1 c lO ilb ersne
as ju sloclto hos aloa~ as largely be chosen from the results Carr, Yale, world's record holder will .~- i~tasoridvda tr
will be here if "Our Helen" does notJ of this afternoon's events, lead the drive on the pole vault marks. ..
Nine men are nowv at the Drake ro- The steeple chase, on the program.w"
thnogGeranHoth lcnduandgFman ce lays and are sure to go to Ohio, barring for the first time, includes all the l DRAKE RBE,,1V BECORI
taoghwelasBitan.olnadFac Injuries, while in all about 25 men areI hazards, water and hurdles tihe ath._____
is olaBitanto be tkn on the trip. The freshmen fetes will face in the Olympics at Am-V 100~ yard dash--Locke,
also have an iiicentive other than stei'damn. ( braska (1926). Time, :0.9
trying to beat the Varsity in entering --2-yr-ig udlsS
tW E U :T 1 he meet as only those entered will !1111120nMisrd ig(1917)lesGuti
IOYI REAY UAR ET e cup1~fo~: 0 d H ii~ NIN TO CLA H ~___State (1925); Dye, Sol
T/L SEKi[Y N6 he meet will consist of all 15 of $lfP lh alfrna(12).Tm
W11L ~~~~the regular events with the field IAIITOreutllr3-0
____events starting at 2:30 o'clock and ;JjjDR U fOCaptain and, individual star of theI Two mile r n-hin31k,6
TidPae Wl IIHoyt stated, that the freshmen were first in the pole vault at the Kansas Boa mpHuadM
i tloiAeg weak in the weights, but. that he ex- Gamie Will Be Second Big T'en Conitest4 Relays last week and is expected to f gun (1924). D~istance, 24 ft.2
TroOf Reverses pected to pick up some points in tihe For Both Teams; Wiscontsin repeat his performance at Drake to- i.
A~? u"?''X f TTAt; other events. Boasts Defense day. 1-High jump-Osbiorj*, li
TEAS1 'IEAM 1S S~ITR Q Benson, freshmnan captain, has an 1 (1922). Height, 6 ft. 6h in.
injured leg and will not be able to MURNY(f DTC~i~I Hop, step and jump-Oral
(Special to The ]Daily) cniet tmoro.Beso iYagodTO "s BII4PITCHER C N ERE(I~NCEj.Kansas .(1925). Distance, 47
IOWA CITY, Api l 27-Ambitious man and his absence will be felt by (S8ia o h3aiy-8Oj DO EI oein. -M~wn a
not onily to winl the event for the thle yearling team. On the other hand PoCTpi 7.Aohr t e al 194).Hegh, Ka3
third consecutive time but to exact Chapman, Varsity man who was n ifitogeunhrwyinhe srn He~-j ht ~- iht, ansa
'evng 11)01 tre tems te Ui-jurd ll il 1larar metnia Coie ference race will be made by the Ohio's golf hopes were dealt a se- chrs(92) Distance,4
versity of Iowa. mile relay quartet is back to compete, in the 100 yard da~l.Uiesiyo abseblhem.-vmebo, hnCp.ByoiK I ches (1-2 . ,4
ready for the best race of the seasoii Murry, another Varsity man who hasUnvriyoIwabsaltem -wrelwhnCp.BrnKrrad 12i.
it the Drake relays Saturday. been on the hospital list, may also lie gainst Wisconsin here Saturday after- David Ogilvie were declared ineligible. D Iiscus throw-Mouser,,. o
1Both Captain Frank Cuhel and hack. J1110011.................Kerr, a two year veteran, was counted Iern California(12. Dicta

With a wealth of material on hand
to inaugurate the season's activities.
the opening rounds of the all-campus
singles and doubles tennis tournament
and tihe Freshman singles and doubles
tennis tou rnament were beguni yester-
d (ay under the auspices of the Iiitra-
mural (leparteiit.
co-iiicidental to the first rounds of
the tennis tournaments, piriniary coni-
tests for the all-campus singles. and
doubles. horse-shoe chiampionships
also opened yesteiday.
Immiediately following the comple-
tion of the first rounds in these ,eveiits,
the second circuits will begin piresum-
ably with the early part of next

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