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Varsity Golfers Win Dual Meet From Ohio State, 13-5,

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LINKMEN LOSE O McAtee Is Twice S
Winner Of Derby
OE MTCH TO OHI AFER
Dave Ward Takes Five Holes In.] Success In

Turning Back Captain Loop
In Morning Singles

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OPPOSE CHICAGO FRIDAY.
Michigan's title bound golfers
coitinued their winning ways yes-
terday afternoon at the expense of
the Ohio State linksmen in scoring
an impressive 13-5 victory on the
difficult Barton Hills course.
Taking the morning singles by a
wide margin of 11 to 1, the Varsity
golfers allowed only 1 point to the
Buckeyes, Ward tied one game with
Captain Loop to loose a half point
and Ahlstrom dropped a half point
to Petuska by a tie in the second
nine. However, Dave Ward had
Loop 5 up by winning 5 straightf
holes and left 4 to go, but was
forced to stay out of the foursomes
in the afternoon and .Livingstonj
took his place.
Bergelin Beats Shannon
Captain Bergelin took an easy
game from Shannon by winning all
3 points with 3 up and 2 to go inj
the match suare. Jim Lewis turned
in the same score when he was
matched against Wilson, but thisj
match turned out to be a little
closer with 2 up and 1 to go.
In the afternoon when the four-
somes were played, Coach True-
blood moved Lewis up into second
position to be paired with Berge-
lin and substituted Livingston for
Lewis. Lewis and Bergelin drop-
ped all 3 points to Loop and Wil-
son in the foursomes and Ahlstrom
being paired with Livingston lost
the second nine to Shannon and
Petuska to annex 2 points. Ahl-
strom and Livingston were 1 up
and 2 to go when the match ended.
Last Home Match
This is the last match the Var-
sity men will play at home, their
next and last dual meet being with
Chicago this Friday. It also marks
their sixteenth straight victory for
two yeard of Conference competi-
tion. They will entrain for Chica-
go at 4:15 and the next day will go
over the Chicago course prepara-
tory to the match with the Chicago
linksmen on Friday.

Expressing
greatly enc
win which1
Purdue an
week-end, C
Wolverinet
that if th
through the
this Saturd
r - rIence record
%:.J:;r.,,r~r s. ",.: ' that they w'
.;.of winning
With the
a whole g
yplaying a f
"FPony"l McAtee, both of his
-riding Clyde Van Dusen to the in confiste
finish line a winnerin the fifty- the Michig
fifth running of the Kentucky barring inj
Derby, has ridden one other vic- the best co
tor in the famous racing classic. I The players
western, th
Wolverine Net Stars by their h
which Fish(
Prepare For Tourney last week,
both games
(Continued From Page Six) sired. Agai
Wolverines
tered around the battle for runner- good advant
up honors. Most capable of the The Bo
veteran performers are Stew Cor- were also
nell of Minnesota, Barton of Mich- Friday, and'
gan, Schoaff of Illinois, Kaplan of forcing the
Chicago, and Oderdonk of Ohio before the
State. Of the men in their first decision, 4-2
year of competition Spencer of a triple wi
Michigan, and Riel of Northwest- Purdue play
ern have been prominently men- Michigan, t
tioned. ing being o
In yesterday's practice matches the invader
the feature was the encounter be- a distinct e
tween Captain Barton . and Jim rival, McRe
Spencer. The Varsity leader won Only in h
in straight sets by 10-8, 6-4 scores. -

IS,- fPTfMISTIP"RMICHIGAN RETAINS LEAD . YEARLING TRACK SQUAD DROPS
. AFTER WEEK END GAMES TELEGRAPHIC MEET TO ILLINOIS,
T\O ICTORIS (Continued From Page Six) Scoring four slams over the Landsdale (M), third. Time, 9:45.1.
ntwiden the gap. The Badgers,
I aided by seven uhicago ispays, Michigan freshmen, the Illinois 120 yard low hurdles-Won by
Two dGames This Weey yearling track team defeated the JRoot (I): Navarro (I) and Schultz
defeated the Maroons, 7 to 1, re-y (I) tied for second. Time, :25.2.
Give Michigan Good . Wolverines 91 to 49, in' a tele-(Itidfrscn.Tm,:52
ice To Win Title maining, as a result, in second WlstS4trday, to I Discus throw-Won by Purma
___T_ WnTteplace with Iowa, each with a rec- graphic duel meet last Saturday, to (I); Black (M), second; Moos (I),
ord four victories against two de- give the Illini a perfect duel- meet third. Distance, 140 feet 2 inches.
J HAS IMPROVED !feats record for the year. . Shot put-Won by Purina (I);
Minnesota defeated Indiana, 13 Illinois' trackmen scored slams in Wineland (I), second; Schultz (I),
g himself ^s being to 8, in a free-hitting contest at the javelin throw, shot put, 220 yard third. Distance, 43 feet % inch.
ouraged over the double Minneapolis, but the game had no flow hurdles, and the hammer throw' Javelin throw-Won by Foltz (I);
hiragenturnein over hd oe___-o to amass a point total that almost JSimveI),hrw-onbySFolz (I),
his men turned in over ATHLETICS FOR THE WEEK I;doubled that of the Wolverines. The Steimle (I), second; Sehoz (I)
nd Northwestern last ~'____Illini took ten firsts to Michigan's third. Distance, 175 feet 9 inches.
oach Ray Fisher of the Today five, besides outclassing the Wolves Pole vault-Won by Allen (M);
baseball team, stated Baseball; Michigan State, there. in taking second and third places. Morrison ,(), second; McKinley
he Varsity can come Friday Michigan's only slam came in the (M), third. Height, 12 feet 9 7-8
eir game with Illinois Baseball; Iowa, there, high jump. inches.
lay with their Confer- Track; Outdoor Conference Useman and Purma, both of Illi- Broad jump-Won by Wanger
still intact, he believes Meet,, Northwestern. nois, led in individual scoring with (I); Roti (I), second; O'Niel (M),
ill stand a good chance Golf; Chicago, there. 10 points apiece. Useman took third. Distance, 22 feet 3 inches.
another Big Ten title. Saturday firsts in both the 100 yard dash and High jump-Won by McHose (Ml;
hitting of the team as Baseball; Illinois, there. the 220 to maintain his record of Black (M), second; Johnson (M),
greatly improved, afterI Track; Outdoor Conference being undefeated during the season. third. Height, 6 feet %1 inch.
ew games, and with { Meet, Northwestern. I His chances of winning both of H
s star pitchers turning I Tennis; Conference Meet, Ohio. these events in the Conference meet hrow--on; Addion
fitly good performances_o ___ loom better after each of his per-third. Distance 103 feet 7 inches.J
an coach feels that, bearing on the race Both are formances.
uries, his men are in! counted out oftthe running. Purrma's first came in the field Mile relay-Won by Illinois (Hol-
ndition of the season. Illinois, with five games won and events, the Illinois star winning lingsworth, Sand Sultan, Hamp-
showed against North- two lost, dropped to fourth place, both the discus and the shot put. ton). Time, ,3 :30.5.
at they have profited I one game ahead of Northwestern, Wolfe, of Michigan, continued un-
ard work at the plate the Purple having won four games defeated in the mile, while Fitz-.AF E
er put them through while dropping five. Indiana drop- gibbons and McLaughlin again took L A'S S i FI,
while the gielding in ped to sixth place, the Hoosiers their respective events. ADVERTISING
left little to be de- winning three games and losing The SummariesI
inst the Wildcats, the!four. Minnesota, seventh in thel 100 yard dash--Won by Usemran
showed to especially standings, climbed a notch, and re- (I); Arning (I) and Campbell (M) DRIVING TO BIRMINGHAM, Ala.
tage. ,mained behind the Gophers with tied for second. Time, :09.1 on June 27th. Would like pas-
ilermakers, however,! two triumphs and three defeats. 220 yard dasi-Von by Useman senger for part or whole of trip.
playing good baseball Chicago, Purdue and Ohio State, (I); Hill (I), second; Campbell (M), Call Kessler 4547. 123
gave Michigan a scare, occupying the cellar positions, third. Time :21.5. NOTIC-
game to ten innings stand deadlocked with three vic- 440 yard dash-Won by Hampton
Wolves could get the tories and five defeats. (I); Glading (M), second; Hollings- WE BUY USEb CLOTHING
2, when Kubicek polled worth (I) third. Time, :50.3. 1II1. BENJAMIN
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yed goad ball against Fisher's squad, since McReynolds lin (M); Chase (M), second; Sand T,Th,F, c
heir hitting and field- does not have a great deal of speed (I), third. Time, 1:59.8. NOTICE-We have a large selection
on a par with that of in his delivery. On the other hand Mile run--Won by Wolfe (M); of Greeting Cards and Mottoes

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urling in fact was the turn back the Boilermakers, bonst

(I), second; Dittman (1),
Time, 4:29.9.
mile run-Won by Fitzgib-
(M); Roberts (I), second;

Both men showed to advantage
withe severe ground strokes, but
were unable to put the ball way
for sure points when offered the
chance at the net. Spencer's serve
was erratic and it will probably be
on this that he will be drilled on,
most in preparation for the com-
ing tests.

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OUR
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9.
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