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SVND~TAt ,MARTT 30, 1930

THE M1CHICAN DAILY

PAGE, SMv~1

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RUNYAN CPTURES
IlflDTU-qOhITU DPR I

MICHIGAN SEEKS
FIRST WIN OVER
YALE NA TA TORS

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11 UllIll LIUU 1 11 Ut L11(Continued From Page 6)_
Ault should be the winner. In his -,....
euth Triumphs Over Veterans last appearance at New Haven in TRACK.
tout-ytriu p er eTens1928 he swam the quarter mile in Indoor track activities for h
o Upset Dope by Takng : Intramural Department comest
Tournament 501.8, remarkably fast tie for the the close with the All Campus me
Go*nadistance. Bob Ladd, Michigan's on Monday night at the Fie
PICA D TAKES SECOND other entry, is given little chance House. This meet gives the ind
to place. vidual competitor something t
Manuel upholds the Yale pres- work for, most of the previoi
Youth will not only have its fling tige in the fancy diving, having an- meets having been team affairs.
but will follow that fling up with nexed second honors in the eastern For the past few years this h
the necessary punch to win the an- champ..4nships. His teammate, been an annual event and the di
nual North-South open golf tour-: Glassock, is also a capable per- partment feels that the numberd
na et a nehurs, wh $ sformer on the springboard. Wala- men entering this event justifies i
in prize money offered to the field iti~s and Raike are .Michigan's en- continuance.
as an inducement to try the sandy, tries in the diving, and should give Ten events are on the sehedul
line tree dotted course. the Yale men a battle for first four field events: the shot put, hig
Old man dope was again upset place. jump, broad jump and pole vau
from his snug pedestal and the Back-Stroke Close. together with one running even
younger generation upheld its The 150 yard back stroke should the 60 yard dash, starting thine
honor against the older followers develop into a three-cornered bat- off at 7:30. These are followed 1
of the Royal and Ancient through tle between Valentine and Boldt of the two hurdle events, the mi
the unforecasted victory of young Michigan, and Cahill of the Bull- 440 and 880 yard runs.
Paul Runyan, 21 year old assistant dogs. All three men have been cov- Last year the individual chamr
professional from Bloomfield, N. J., ering the distance in approximately ionship was won by W. B. Creg
in the 28th annual tourney. the same time. Paine of Yale is who won both the high jaump an
Plays Great Game. also a possible point winner.- { the shot upt. Crego will be bac
The youthful professional, who Bob Goldsmith, veteran Wol- after the title again this yyea
learned his golf around Little verine, will wage a battle with Nel- Competition will be very keeni
Rock, Ark., played beautiful golf son Millard of the Blue team for this year's event and it is doubtf
for the four rounds, shooting a 72, first place in the 200 yard breast if one individual wins two events
77, 72, 70. He slipped on his second stroke. Goldsmith has been in great Each man making five pointsi
round giving him a 36 hole medal form this season, but Millard re- the meet will be awarded a numer
of 149, three strokes back of young cently established new world's ree- track jersey while the winnersc
Picard of Charleston. S. C., who ords for the 220 and 440 yard breast second, third and fourth in eac

GRID PROSPECTS YEAR -L iN L ITID U(SNLASSERIF
ral News ON FERRY FIELD!
(Continued From Page 6)j ¬ĘTR T
anral buildig.
shooting contest found Wallace Passing, work on centers, what Joseph Schmeiler, breast stroke ..RADIO SEVE-
e Miller winner with George Am- fundamentals were possible, and star of the Wolverine yearling
to bramovitz runner-up. Miller won a taCompetent service men on. aU
et silver loving cup by sinking 84 edmakes of radios.
Id tries out of a possible 100 while I jumping rope and handball were land, Detroit Yacht Club star and STIMPSON fRADIO SERVICE
i- Abramovitz, with 83 successful at-i stressed during these inside drills, one time national intercollegiate i Dial 21408 521 East Liberty
oI tempts, won a gold medal. Abram- but this work has reaclied the point 200 yard breast stroke champion, , 2466
svitz als registeied 38 consecutie where further progress is impos- his third defeat in nine years MORTGAGE LOANS-At 6'{ on
as tries in this phase of the contest. sible. last Thursday night in a Detroit Ann Arbor homes without bonus
e- Close berilnd - these leaders came For the past three weeks the Y. M. C. A. pool when he won the or service charge. Phone 4356.
of Jennet with a score of 81, Von Ells Wolverine mentor has been holding 200 yard open event in the Mich- 1350
ts with 80, and Superko with 77. a quarterback school every Wed- igan A. A. U. meet by a close mar- NOTICE
, Ls, years' record madeby Mus- nsday night at the Union to give gin of a few inches. WE BUY N LOI
e,;covich, who sank 9 shots, will H . BENJAMIVIN
h probably stand for some time judg- I the men who have a chance of call- The yearling breast stroke star 215 E. Washingtdn Phone 4310
ilt ing from the efforts of this large ing the signals next fall an extra assumed a lead of about a yard at 2466
t, j field. chance to brush up on Michigan: the start which he held for the first
gs : This year's contest undoubtedly strategy. It is expected that this 125 yards, then fell behind a scant TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
by created more interest than any work will help he prospective two yerdn, the flat thn whsre rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9087.
le rvosyas a.Tefc a okwl ep the pretv two feet until the last turn where {
'le previous years' had. The fact was signal-chirpers materially when they were on even terms. Schmeller
p- that entered. Any person on the th iet coront ed with a dificult gained a few inches on the turn FOR RENT
Whipuscwasroligiblett acompete.ltt
g0 capus was eligible to compete. It problem in the line. Coach Kipke and held the lead to the finish, FOR RENT-All modern 6
ad was only necessary to make 15 shotsw.l.ept.o'uFcmiaENT-Athhexdetieo room
k out of 25 to qualify for the event. i e s work up a combna wing with the excellent time of house 2 blocks from campus,
ltion of backs next fall who will put: 2:40 and 3-5. Bi-meit noe hn
r" some punch into the Maize and Edward Sanborn, another mem- Big immediate income. Phone
n SPRING SPORTS Blue attack. With good material re- ber of the freshman squad, won 5982' _ _ _
ul Entry blanks for spring sports turning from the last year's aggre- the 100 yard free style event, de- COZY little modern home. Five
s have been placed in the mails, and gation this job should be easier feating Grajewski, of the Detroit furnished rooms. Rent $45 a
in the closing date for these entries than fashioning a powerful for-1Athlctic Club and Robert Lawrence month. Call 7794. 456
aal has been set for April 9. Sched- ward wall. of the Yacht club.
of ules will then be drawn up and FOR RENT-Modern four room
eh preparations made to start imme- bungalow newly decorated. With
Is. diately after vacation. Three team- garage. Phone ,4023.
sports are on the bill for frater- Hark To His Master's Vicet Saying
I nity, independent, and class teams:Hs.FOI'S E
ul soft baseball, tennis, and horse-
shoes. It is estimated that approxi- 1T UNIVERSITYU SUEi HU E FOR SALE---U. S. Postage Stamps
s mately 100 soft ball teams will be i JFr. and U. S. Covers for collectors.
S the various leagues. Teams are Everything Mus cal Phone 3909. 456
urged to be prompt in returning
their entry blanks. Radios:-- WA'ETED
to ! Class baseball teams are the Majestic, Victor, Crosley -WANTE .-Students to enjoy areal
Of only ones that play the regulation Lowest Prices: TPianos:-eal. orest Inn, 53 Forest.
at game, all the other teams playing TERMS .adwin, Kohler & Campbell e.FeFe2460
soft ball. To Suit. t-d-, - MVIHCapeYP2M

.t. i4i~aK a Vaa~y~a a , v "
took the first days honors with a
146. But with the opening of the,
second day's play Run'yan stepped
forth for a 72 in the morning round
+ and followed it with a 70 in the aft-
ernoon. The young lad from New
Jersey seemed to get better as he
"vent along, finishing the final aft-
ernoon of the two day's play with
a 33 on his incoming nine, giving
him a card of 70 to win the $1,500
first money.
Smith Finishes Eighth.
Frank Walsh and Billy Burke
both made valiant spr'ints at the
end, turning in 69's forthe final
18 holes in the afternoon, but their
more erratic earlier rounds spoiled
their chances against the smooth
working youngster from the Jersey
last. Runyan was behind to the
last nine holes when he cut loose
with his 33 to sweep his wavering
opponents before him and cop the
title. It might be added that Hor-
ton Smith, although eighth, finish-
ed in the money as usual.
ICOtTHALL M'AN AdEli I
TRYOUTS:.
All men interested in trying.
out for Football Manager are
asked to report at the Feld
House Wednesday afternoon.
-Art Highfield,. Manager..
DENVER -- Italy's heavyweight
threat, Primo Carnera, scored his
13th knockout in 13 appearances in
this country when he put Jack
McAuliffe on the canvas for the
count with only three blows.

stroke and should be a powerful event will receive trophy ribbon
threat. Miller. of Michigan and I
Mercer of Yale should battle it FOUL SHOOTING.
out for third place. The close of the All-Campus fo
Walker Meets Ilowland .-_____ __ ___
The century free style will find I Many Athletic Award
Howland, the Yale leader, and Bob.
Walker resuming their fued. How- Allotted in Past Yea
land won both the 50 and 100 yard )
races against Michigan in 1928, de- Cs(Continued From Page 6)
feating Walker in the latter. Smith I Class numerals weregiven out
of Michigan and Brine of Yale are hh 197 men. Freshmen received all h
the other competitors, but neither wthese with the exception of 12 thw
appear fast enough to take first or 'were awarded to members of th
second. Physical Ed. sophomore footba
This meet will mark the close of team. The yearling gridders r
the 1930 season for both teams ceived the large total of 48 setsc
Captain Ault. Walker, Walaitis, numerals. However, indoor and ou
and Goldsmith will compete their devetrachisicoh iedo tnu be
last year of collegiate competition. I dee hswthG eso rs
Captain rowlandMillard Cahill man awards being distribute
Mercer, Manuel, and Glasscock are among the first year tracksters.
the Yale swimmers who will finish Eighteen freshmen reCeived mi~a
their college careers. orals for their work on the btas
hball team, and 17 more were award
. ed fgr services on the wrestlin
St. Louis Browns Turn squad. sixteen sets were given t
Grimes Back to Minors swimmers, 13 to cagers, nine to th
tennis squad, and three to golfor
(By Associated Press) -
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., March1 AUSTIN -Te sixth annual Texa
29-Eddie Grimes, who was third Relay games were featured by th
baseman for the Milwaukee Brew- victory of Cy Leland of Texa
ors last year after getting a try- Christian University in the 1C
Jut with the St. Louis Browns, yard dash. Leland Govered the di
again was shunted to the Associa, tance in 09.6 in the face of a stro
ion club for more seasoning. wind.

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BOSTON-Despite the operation
for an abdominal injury in which
"Dutch" Gainor, star forward of
the Boston Bruins' hockfey sextet,
recently underwent, the Bruins ex-
pect him to return t9 take his ac-
customed place for the Stanley Cup
na s next week.

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