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SATURi)A , MAY 17, 1930

'T' 'ili C GA-x DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

SATUflflAY. MAY 17, 1930 THE MICH!GAN DAILY

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WOLVERINE NINE VARSITY TRACKMEN PICKED TO WIN
TO FACE INDIANS I DUAL MEE T FROM GOPHERS TODAY"
TE(Continued From Page 6) nesota will probably give Mueller
(Continued From Page 6) Nowatoni, of Minnesota, also may and McLaughlin a battle. Against
hands of the Indians when the give the other Wolverine entry, Illinois the two Wolves took second
Illini invaded Ann Arbor to take Mueller, a close race. Stranis ' and third, and should be able to do
one of the wildest batting sprees of counted as a strong prospect for at least that well today.
Winning Streak Following the season by an 11-8 score. In this first in this race also. At two miles, Michigan is a dis-
Defeat by Wildcats-khtath game Coach Fisher used 15 Mich--,Apole at withotlensfeMinh tinct favorite with Austin and Fitz-
igan players, including six pitch-h gibbons slated to run. These two
N NTE EA ers, while the Indians, aided by five and Collins fighting for first place. ren finished one and two against{
Wolverine misplays, were too much Both men are capable of doing 12 the best Illinois had to offer, and
Michigan's. golf team is preparing ; s feet inhesbut muh high-
to get under way to another long! for Michigan and added another 6inces, not muc h - should they be in forn today prob-
victory to their credit. -er.Against Northwestern Collins aby will repeat. In the 440 also
string of victories. It will meet the Itiyrbbl htFshrwl 's could do no better than 12 feet, blwilrpa.Ith441lo
Wisconsin team at Madison today. thet rua e aati conbut the run way was muddy, and Michigan is scheduled to take some
The pre-meet dope has a victory of Butler, Superko, Tompkins, Hud- the great Tom Warne made only points from their hosts. The Sey-f
snStraub,MyronTruskwski,12 feet 6. Dougal will be the other mour twins and Russell copped all'
all set for the Maize and Blue nb- son, Myron, Michigan entry and should place innine points in this race against Il-
lick swingers. The Badgers took an and Daniels. McCormick is the sub- the money. alinois, and unless there is :n up-
overwhelmin defeat at the handstitute outfielder and Dukman the Brooks and Poorman may run 'set should repeat today.
osreof Illinoislst Monday, 17 to 1.Illinois'lineup will in all probbil- against a snag in the shot when Campbell and Patton will repre-
S.i they oppose Munn in the weight ; sent the Wolverines in the hammer,
Things happen, but the Michigan ity be the same as faced the Wol- event. The Gopher won both the ' and if they do as well as they did
team probably got all the bad golf verines in the first game. Lymper- shet and the discus romNorth-'against Illinois, Coach Farrell will
out of its system in the last meet at opoulos. the Miashy thrd baseman western, but the Michigan entries be able to mark up some more
Northwestern, and captain, will be at his regular in these events are capable of keep- points for his team. In the jave-
Twenty consecutive wins appar- position. Fuzak will take left field ing up with the best. Brooks and lin Biubaker will do his best to win
ently meant little to the Northwest- with Fencl at center and Steuer- Sanderson will match tosses with points for the Maize and Blue, whilet
ern golf team in their encounter nagel at right. Brown will cover Munn in the discus. Noyes will compete in the high
with the Wolverine on Thursday. first and Ghur second while Tryban In the 880 race Weiseger of Min- jump.,
They promptly started in to prove! is to play short. The Illini choice ---
t "you ct win them allp" for the hurler has not yet been an- -
that "o g' i hmal by nou nced but Williams will be on
turning in a score1f 11 to 7 with the receiving end.
Michigan on the wrong end of the her ivg_ e _ _
natural.__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Northwestern meant business and
walked around the course to take T
all of the foursomes in the morn- I Intr amura
ing. Hicks and Royston were the
sole survivors of the afternoon sirr-
gles but failed to overcome the
Wildcat lead already set up. -
Wisconsin has been preparing for

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the invading Wolverines since their,
meet with Illinois last Monday.
Sheldon and Page seem the most}
formidable prospects on the Badger}
squad.I
Tennis Team to Play
at Minnesota Today!
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the best results out of his doubles
teams.

Two independent nines will play
a game this afternoon which will
be a deciding factor in one of the
independent baseball leagues.
At 1:15 the Actuaries and the
Buckeyes will oppose each other on
South Ferry field. The contest is
expected to be a hard-fought bat-
tle as each team has four victories
and no defeats to its credit. Because
of their more impressive wins the

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This becomes evident when we Actuaries are conceded an edge over
learn that although all Thursday's ; their opponents in today's game.
singles matches were terminated in If the Actuaries live up to expec-
straight sets, each of the doubles tations and finish on the heavy
encounters was carried to three end of today's score they will have
sets. With the possibility of a Con- the title of that league all sewed
ference championship hanging in up. The Buckeyes still have a game
the balance, the Wolverine coach is with the Maroons, and should they
particularly anxious to make the win in this contest they will enter
proper adjustment to his doubles the championship series of the In-
entries and today's encounter dependent leagues along with the
should give him a fairly accurate Actuaries. The Rockets and the
knowledge on this point. Michiganders will represent the
other circuit in the final play-off.
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from West Point. I boxing commission.
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