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-TUESDAY, . MAY .28, 92 -

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MINNEAPOLIS SCENE
Of CONFERENCE GOLF'

WOODBURY WINS
POLE POSITION
Drives Boyle Special At Rate of
120 Miles Per Hour To Get

CONFERENCE BALL
STANDINGS ALTERED'

Illinois Links Men Out Of
On Account Of Finals;
Michigan Favored

Play

MINNESOTAUNDEFEATED
Illinois will be the only Big Ter
school not represented when the
Western. Conference golfers tee ofi
this morning for the first round
of their seventy-two hole quest of
the 1929 titles, both team and in-
dividual, over the difficult Inter-
lachen course in Minneapolis. The
Illini, boasting a team which would
have .to be reckoned with in decid-
ing the champion, are not able to
attend the tournament due to final
examinations which are being
held there this week.
With Illinois out, the team cham-
rionship seems to lie between Mich-
igah and Minnesota, both unde-
feated'in dual meets this year. The
number one players on both, teams
are men who are well known in
Western amateur golf circles, either
one of whom is capable of shoot-
ing par or better over nearly any
course.
Boldstad Against Ward
Lester Bolstad, who won the in-
dividual Conference championship
in 1927, but lost it to Lehman of
Purdue last year, is the Gopher
ace, while David Ward, former
Michigan State Amateur champion
occupies a like position on the
Wolverine team. These two play-
ers are expected to fight it out for
the singles crowntthis season, and
will be deciding factors in the team
chamtpionship.
Last year Ohio State, with Sar-
geant as their main threat copped
the team title, but the Buckeyes
are not considered as strong con-
tenders again, although they boast
a fine player in Captain Loop, who
may stage an upset to displace'
either Ward or Bolstad for the in-
dividual honors. However, the Ohioj
leader has suffered defeat in dual
meets this year, being let down
badly by the Michigan star.
Wisconsin Feared
Likewise Wisconsin is danger-
ous with C. Hunter Sheldon, in
numh'er one position,, but the Bad-
gers too, have not gone through
their schedule with flying colors,
being beaten by both Minnesota
and Michigan, while Sheldon lost
to both Ward and Bolstad. Miller
of Northwestern may prove a
threat for the individual title.
Iowa held the powerful Illinois
links team to a 9-9 tie recently,
having the match nearly won on
the last green until Reickpff miss-
ed a three-foot put for the needed
points to win the fight. Ed McCar-
dell, playing against Martin, Illi-
nois number one man, broke the
course record with a fine 72 in the
feature match of the meet, and is
thereby stamped as a possible con-
tender for the title.
Michigan And Minnesota Unde
However, all these teams with
their outstanding players have
been defeated by either Minnesota
or Michigan, and the stars of each
team have fallen before Bolstad or
Ward, thus leaving the crown be-
tween the two, unless one of the

Preferred Start
(By Associated Press) Only four Conference ball teams
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., May 27.- Isaw action last Saturday, the ma-
Results of Saturday's and Sunday's jority of the schools having played
qualifying trials have determined' on Friday instead. Michigan, unde-
qualfyig tial hae dtermedfeated before running up against
the ranking of 19 of the starters in the strong Illini nine, fell to its
the seventeenth annual 500-mile l first defeat of the season in the
race to take place on Thursday. biggest upset of the day, or, to be
The three in the first row will be more exact, the only upset of the
Woodbury (on the pole), Duray and Even at that, the Michigan defeat
Hepburn. In the second row will was not as much of an upset as it
come Stapp, De Paolo and Keach. may have appeared to be on first
Only 33 cars or 11 rows of three glance. Illinois and Michigan, no

Cup Tead Will Play
This Week in Detroit
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, May 27.-If all
goes well, the United States Davis
cup team this week will win the
right to an ocean voyage to Europe
in general and Paris in particular.
Having eliminated Canada and'
Japan in succession, the United
States squad faces Cuba at Detroit,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday in
the finals of American zone com-
petition. A victory.aver the Cubans,
will entitle John Iiennessey, John
Van Ryn and their fellow-team,
members to a trip to Paris to meet
the winners of the European zone
eliminations. Triumph in that
series would give the United States*
its second chance in two years to
regain the Davis cup fromt he de-
fending French.
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of a bill signed by Governor Green,
championship boxing exhibitions
will be pernitted to go fifteen
rounds. Other matches will remain
limited to ten rounds.
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cars each can start. There are still
24 cars which the pilots and owners
> hope to be fast enough for compe-
tition and their fitness will be de-
cided today and Tuesday.
Nine of the 19 cars now qualified
to start are front driver . Ralph
De Palma, who had been nominated
to drive a new Miller car, withdrew'
yesterday on the plea that a motor
car company to which he is under
contract refused consent for him to
compete.
To earn -the first position, Wood-
I bury drove his Boyle special for
four laps Saturday at the rate of
1120,599 miles an hour, Duray com-
ing close behind with 119.087.
IThe Sunday session added four
to the list of 15 cars which wereI
proved eligible on Saturday. A rain
storm at noon wet the speedwayj
and left puddles on the brick
course which delayed the racers.
The four added to the official list
were all front drive cars. Johnny
'Seymour made 114.307 in his Cooper
Special. He got thq pole position
in the sixth row. Kreis, driving the
Detroit Special built for Cliff Du-
rant under the supervision of Tom
Milton, showed 112.528 miles an!
hour and also goes in the sixth row.
LOS ANGELLES -'Charles Pad-
dock, famous sprinter, has decided
to take a try as a spring relay
runner, despite his recent an-
nouncement to the effect that he
would retire.
AMSTERDAM-M. Van Rossem,1
general secretary of the Olympic1
games at Amsterdam last year, is
considering an offer to assist in anI
advisory capacity for the tenth!
Olympic games to b6 held at Los
Angeles in 1931. -
WILLIAMSTOWN, M a s s. - Her-
man L. Schwartz, sophomore ath-
lete at Williams college, enjoys the
distinctidn of being one of the few
athletes to win three varsity letters
in his first year of competiion.
Schwarz won his letters for football,
hockey, and track.

matter in what sport, always rise
to themheights against each other.
'It seems to matter little to theme
about the relative merits of the
teams; all is forgotten in an at-
tempt to defeat each other. Wit-
ness the defeat of the Illini on the
gridiron. last fall by an inferior
Wolverine team. And now, perhaps
in revenge for this previous defeat,
the Illinois diamond clan upset the
league leading Wolverines and
threw a good sized monkey wrench
into the Conference baseball race.
The only other contest of the day
brought together the Chicago Ma-
roons and the now defunct Iowa
Hawkeyes. With the big town boys
leading 3 to 1 at the end of the
sixth, the Iowans staged a batting
rally to nose out a last minute vic-
tory, 5 to 3.
In the seventh inning the Hawks
pounded out two counters to tie the
score, while a triple, base on balls,
and single in the ninth sent across
the winning marker.
Tolan Big Feature
At Conference Meet
(Continued From Page Six)
race to finish a few inches behind
after being boxed at the start.
The Wolverine mile relay team
turned in a creditable performance
by finishing second to Iowa in this
event. The Wolves pressed the
Hawkeyes all of ,the way and saved
the event from' being a one team
race; it was not until the final lap
with George Baird running anchor
that the Black and Gold runners
were able to pull away from their
Maize and Blue clad rivals enough
to cinch the victory.
Coach Harry Gill's Illini track-
men scored their third consecutive
Big Ten triumph and won their
seventh Big Ten title in the past
twelve years by virtue of the fact
that they scored in nine of the 16'
events. Unexpected points in the
pole vault and the low hurdlesf
were instrumental factors in their'
twelve point margin over Ohio!
State.
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S T U D E N T ATTENTION-Head-
quarters for good -used cars, at

TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
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TYPEWRITING and MIMEO-
GRAPHING
College work a specialty since 1908.
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Good work takes time. Invitations,I
Announcements, Calling Cards
should be ordered at once to avoid
the last minute rush. Social work
a specialty.
O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade
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6700. 6,1235
toSs
WILL the person who took an
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2306, r etu r n same to Prof._
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Engineering Bldg. 1
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personal effects enclosed. Re-
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Phone 7817. 12
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$3 reward. Call V. Harrington at
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