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Qualifying Rounds For Varsity GolfersStartTomorrow
MANY GOOD PLAYERS
Willi Tourn [~An.ll
MARTIN TO RUN
A T PENN RELAYS
MICHIGAN SPORT ENTHUSIASTS LOOK TO STRONG
FINISH OF PROUD ATHLETIC YEAR THIS SPRING
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HILL !fli Fnl OU U I By Cadwell Swanson merening, star Wolverine guard,
Boilermaker Distance Star Will With the final chapter of Michi- was an almost unanimous All-Am-
A r rmpen Special Mile igan's 1928-29 athletic record soon erican choice for that position.
Aim Aror Country Club Will Be Event Saturday to be written into the enviable Cross country, rarely one of
Sceneaf Thirty-Six Hole sporting lore of the Wolverine in- Michigan's fortes, suffered another
Qualifying Rounds,.(Spcial To TheD ail stitution, the followers of the Maize mediocre year. With the exception
LAFAYETTE, April 20.-Orval and the Blue have every reason to of the performances of the veteran
FRESHMEN ARE PROMISING Martin, Purdue middle distance point with pride to the accomplish- stars Captain Ted Wuerfel and
runner who holds the distinction ments of Wolverine athletes during Randy Monroe, the intercollegiate
Qualifying rounds for the Varsity of being the only double record the past year. * competitive results left much to be
golf team will be played over the holder in the Big Ten, has started One very noticeable change has desired.
Ao-ethe tapering-off process under the shown itself in the intercollegiate Basketball, comparatively a new
Ann Arbor Country Club course to- direction of Coach Eddie O'Connor competitive records of this year's sport at Ann Arbor, saw Michigan
morrow and the two following days, in preparation for his special mile teams in comparison to Ann Arbor in one of her greatest years. A
rain or shine. Thirty-six holes will race with Ray Conger and Leo Ler- teams of other years. Football has veteran five, Captain McCoy, Chap-.
be plyd ihenaaadteymond as a feature of the Penn Re- always been the strong feature of man, Rose, Orwig, and Truskowski,
played, eighteen a day, and the lays on Saturday, April 27. In Wolverine athletic annals. Mhi with the arnate an Trshig
gstacking up against Conger and gan has established her name as grt fom proedte classf hen
scores will qualify for playing Lermond, veterans of the cinder a byword for gridiron excellence Conference, dropping only a pair
memberships given by the Universi- track, Martin faces one of the along with Yale in the East, Ala- of games in Big Ten competition by
ty. ~~~~~~~greatest raceg of his career, but if bama in the south and Stanford on snl on agnadfnse
the Boilermaker speedster per- the Pacific Coast.. in a tie with Doc Meanwell's Wis
The lowest eight golfers will be forms in his usual style, track ex- Eleven. Finishes Strong j cosin huskies for the Western
given privileges at Barton Hills, perts are predicting that there will This year, however, has found Conference championship, the blue
where the intercollegiate matches be less than two strides wfheene Michigan in one of her off years ribbon honor in intercollegiate bas-
are scheduled to be played, while tape is broken at the end of the and the men of Wieman fell before ketball. It is significant that Coach
te gthe attack of Ohio Wesleyai, In- Veenker's hustlers downed the!
the next eight men wil have the race.
right to The entries in the race are un- diana, Wisconsin, and Ohio State. Madison cagers by decisive margins
rseht thsplay at the Ann Arbor doubtedly three of the foremost However, the Wolverines finished in both games that the two teams
r nmilers in the country and an ef- strong with victories over Michi- met.
will be used during the season willfortan State, Illinois, and Iowa and a Tankmen Win Title,
wilbeue drngtesesn ilfort will be made to break the tie with the Navy. The Michigan In the tank Michigan found a if41.
get a chance to practice, and if' American outdoor record of 4:12.6 footballers, out of the race for con- tartar in Northwestern and dropped'
nyone of them shows great i- set'C yNnoroman Taber, anothern fte eficrtitri he n rp
any on fte hw ra m- 195 ference honors after their lsses to the dual meet championship to the
provement over his qualifying score, O'Connor development, i the Hoosiers and the Bucks, played Purple swimmers only to make a
he will geC hnet ly on ger and Lermond are easily thepy
he get a chance to play on class of the veteran milers, for they a more important part in the de- strong comeback in winning over.
Callengedfinished one-two in a special match termining of the winner, perhaps, the Wildcats in the Conference
Challenges Are Allowed Irace in New York this winter with than any other team by winning meet. Journeying to St. Louis to I
This recognition of improvement Nurmi Wide and Pure trailing over the Illini and then taking the nationals Matt Mann's charges
is provided for in that any mem- them to the finish. Conger was Iowa's proud gridders into camp, gained second place in the coun-,
ber of the group which qualifies for timed for the mile in 4:13.4, less thereby returning Illinois to the trywide competition. Northwest-,
the Ann Arbor course can challenge than a second slower than the undisputed championship for the ern was the winner.
either number seven or eight of American outdoor record. second successive year. Otto Porn- Michigan's fencers turned in
the men who are playing at Bar- -IY TEAMS MEETC
ton Hills, and if he wins the match THREE HOOSIER VARIA COLLEGIATE
he changes places with his oppo- OPNNSDRN EK ALTA L SBDES
nent. OPOET U~N EK ALTA LY AGR
In this way, Coach Ray Court- (Continued From Page 6) decathlon events, although he is ord in the distance medley event3
Wright hopes that no man will be hnddhurdler and dashman as well., of the Southern relays, won thet
too sure of his place on the squad, In the Butler game, which ended Indiana's distance team is con- four-mile relay in Texas and at thec
and will keep working to say in 0-0, he pitched shutout ball for five sidered by Hoosier fans to be the Illini's indoor relay carnival.
his position, while the men at the innings. He won Wisconsin's con- greatest quartet of milers and two- Ball Teachers College tennis team r
Ann Arbor Country Club will try test with Vanderbilt, 8-3. milers the Hoosier school has ever will be the opponents of Indiana'sa
to displace the players who are at Three other sophomore recruits produced. Last fall these men won tennismen Wednesday. The vacan-
the Western Conference champion- cies on the Hoosier team are being
the harder course, and in this man- have ben playing ball n a manner ship in cross country. The quartet closely contested by many promis-
ter keep the entire personnel of to delight the Wisconsn followers, is composed of: Fields, Clapham, ing candidates but the complete
the team playing their best golf at Ed Mittermeyer, right fielder, col- C. A. Banks and Leas. lineup of the Indiana team is yet
Sard Is Fine Player rhits in five times at bat These men set a new meet ree-'in doubt.
Prominent among the aspirants while th Badgers weer be
for he eam s D ve ardwho asVanderbilt. Elgin Hall, center field-
for, the team is Dave Ward, who, as er and Charles Evans, catcher, are
4id Capt. Johnny Bergin, received er, an hles
"is riiginhnln ' bth strong hitters. OR ON S
is first training in handling a club Capt. Bill Bachman, of the Wis-
at Meceola in Big Rapids. Ward is cosi team, seems to be the best CO D N S
gne of the oustanding amateur pitcher on Coach Lowman's staff.I
golfers in the mid-west, having Hle is a veteran at this position be-
qualified for the National Amateur. ing noted for his many shutouts. . >
n addition he has been State Am- 1He will be Russ Paugh's opponent. I SEA SRAY E
tiurchampion, and has been run- 'So far this season Paugh lhas notp
ler-up in the same tournament a failed to win a game. (Johns Hopkins)
dumber of times. . Coach E. C. Hayes has not yet
Captain Berglin is a veteran of decided how he will divide his tracka'a >e
two years standing, and has been team in entering - the Drake and
Anown as one of the steadiest play- Penn relays. Last year the Indiena to the Doctor"
ers in thel Conference. Last sum- runners competed in the west
bier in the State Amateur tour- contest' while the field event men
iament held at Kent in Grand Ra- compete at Penn. Hayes may Ai First Baptist Church
ids, Berglin went to the semi-finals enter all in one meet. $
before losing, being put out in one' Wilmer Rinehart, of College Cor- n.
V~ the hardest matches of the en- ner, 0., who is Indiana's all-Aner-
Sire meet. ican javelin thrower, probably will At Students' Guild Nose
Ahle me 1stroi Looks Good enter the most colorful field of the 6 0 p. m.
letter winner from last year, two meets, Coach Hayes said. Rine-
Art Ahlstrom, looks to be the choice hart hasten on and h , not beena
'or number three position. TheI sprainred tendon and has not been 2
ranky New Englander hits a long able to beat his record mark made
ll an accorngtdo hits payng last year of 215 feet, 4 inches. He
fail, and according to his playing has ben taking advantage of every SUDDEN
SOfar this year, seems to have sunny day to work out in the sta,-SERVICE
teadied up on his short game. dium. Coach Hayes reports that
- With number four the only place his throws are improving.-
open on the Varsity team, there are Lowell Todd, of Bedford, un- I
a number of good players who will doubtedly will be Indiana's repre- j
'ompete for it. Hoover, Hand, Liv- sentative in the all-round event at
ingston, Hobart, and Lewis, besides Penn. At the Texas meet, Todd __
several others, are all men who play placed first defeating Tom Church- I
better than an average game, and ill, of Oklahoma, who was a mem- -
any one of them may break into ber of the American Olympic team
the lineup at any time. last year. Todd specializes in the
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I their best record this last winter,
gaining second place in the Con-
ference meet. Wiggers, veteran
varsity swordsman, proved the
class of the field in the epee com-
Coach Steve Farrell's trackmen,
limited to one dual meet indoors,
showed a clean pair of heels to the
Cornell thinclads in the annual in-
door classic by the score, 59-36.
Three field house marks were sent
by the boards as the Crimson of the
Ithacans, winner over Yale, trail-
ed the Blue of Michigan.
Wrestling saw the Wolves on the
crest of their performances again.
Showing great improvement along
with the eligibility of George and
Vlliott in February winning over
the Illini, last year's titleholderjn
a spectacular match. In the Con-
ference championships Dougavito
and George won in their weight
classes while in the national meet
at Columbus, the Wolverines, han-1
dicapped by the loss of Ed George
through injury, gained second place
to the powerful Oklahoma Aggies.
Looking back on this strong rec-
ord for the present year of school
chances for one of the greatesai of
Michigan's years of athletic perfoi-
mances seems forthcoming if the
promises of the basketball, tennis,
golf, and track teams bear fruit.
Nine Appears Strong
Coach Fisher's baseball team will
take Tank with the favorites this
year. Boasting the strongest pitch-
ers in the conference in McAfee
and Asbeck along with a world of
veteran material the only question
in the Wolverine "on paper" super-
iority appears in the matter of
With plenty of veteran and first
year talent on hand Michigan will
take the court a favorite in the
quest for conference tennis laurels.
Wolverine golfing hones will)
mainly lie in the ability of Captain l
Johnny Bergelin and Dave Ward to
gain conference honors.
I U FLAYUN MAIVU--
Varsity Contests And Intramural
Track Meet Will Feature
Spring Sports Day.
NETMEN TO MEET WOLVES
(Secal To V-'Daily)
EVANSTON, April 20.-Three
Varsity teams together with the
annual intramural track meet will
comprise the program for the first
spring sport day to be staged by
,Northwestern university Saturday,
April 27. The baseball team meets
Iowa, while the tennis team takes
Following the baseball and ten-
nis contests the prospective candi-
I dates for the Wildcats 1929 football
eleven5 will be seen in action when
two picked teams from the play-
ers participating in spring practice
stage their annual game at Dyche
Freshmen To Play
Many of the players participat-
'ng in the game will be freshmen
with ambitions to take over the
jobs left vacant by ten lettermen
who will be lost to the team by
graduation. Those gone are Capt.
Holner, Levison, Fox, Archer, backs;
Kent, Hazen and Spadea, tackles;
Dart, guard, and Verdell; end.
Rus Bergherm has the inside
track on the fullback job but is
encountering plenty of opposition
from Davis, last year's second team
fullback, and Moore, DeRoyne and
Pritchard, freshmen. Lee Hanley,
second string quarter last year, and
Haas who. has been switched to
quarter are the only vets out for
this job. Baxter, Hopkins and
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