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THE MICHIGAN

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TUESDAY, MA'S,'' 20, 1930

THE MiC IG N D ILYTUSDA. MY 0.,,3

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O~[YONEDIG EN eam f Tinclds i/IICAN TENNIS ST'ARSTO PLAY FORPDAVIS CUPriltobEne M
MEHE IWEK Will Enter Harvard ir-lls4to___eGEnde etTN[K-
Meet for Mi chig{yyan Tomorrow b
OelnNn tonveFihrsaMichigan will be represented by+ Ofsce igifl th bas 6ftbtdI courts
Obri an oIvd ihrsateam of four to six men in the of th1 Tr 1traalbtfdgar _ ,a
Camp in Nont-Conference I. C. 4-A Games at Harvard. May1 alive with the buitil of hard work-J WiI'
Baseball Game. 30 and 31, but who will make up i~\a~tcnia~ h r
___the team is still unknown, Coch i a t iM~ae foae
GOFR OPA EE Farrell will not make his selection, cohldtiothnn4 hef'slves for the.
GOFR OPA EE until after he has seen what his 1 t'931 gTn bsket al sason. I OHIO
trackmen do at the Western Con- ~~Spng pactice has co1Yftied for
AnteTekwllps ydr erence meet at Evanston, but there; aiot twto *r14 4 'idvi ter- After
ing which Michian students will are certain members who can hard- mh ate t fit o* with ad game be- I of the1
get very little opportunity t sely b left outtento~oeiq~nt fteIWl a
thi em nato.Btto One man who wil surely go is sqiit. Mthcugh7C~ach eenker this yea
Eddie Tolan who will enter both the is not ver~y optlirsti ab~ut "win- track a
home contests are scheduled for 100 and the 220. After his spec-; n ig c eaibnhpntsaopsto
tecmnseedasanonoftacular runs of this season and last 1 he has his hops that the candi-! Saturda
these is with a non-Conference all eyes should be centered on the da; 4l.dvl~itO at hit etr
tem bri olg naigAnspifinting star. Brook's work in the p gst players uilth g66d team xirk. Te hopes o
discus ought to assure him of tak- ehha! :'hbn hatthyaae inc 1
Aro hrdyt obtl ihing the trip, and Campbell beinga:sne1
goodi ball-handles gand good bas- Michi1
Coach Fisher's much battered nine, favored to win at Evanston, should ...... '~~ktsosb~te r eyget ae
In the only Big Ten contest of th~eetrtehme throw. The y adi~pd by ineperience Mtiddlew
Week, Illinois will send a strongother emberscannotbe as asily :r: iand lack of heiht thirteen
picked, the choice resting on sev- CahVekrblee that ifbohW
batch of golfers heixe Saturday to eral men who have taken laces for Sx.= : -- CaheVa nkucoer abtliepbes cen- Inga
lay .the Maize and Blue over the Michign.nI «"" "<.'4 .._
tricky Barton Hlills layout.:hi wllbeth irt im i 1 ter, his biggest difficulty will belmer le
Mchigan will get its last chance years that Michigan has sent a full overcome. Garner, a 6 foot 5 inch teams h
to annex~ a major title in 1929-30 team to the Harvard stadium The .!.s *"" Via"' center, will be the solution to this alance
whenle Steve Farrell sends his track- last time wasin,919whe:th:Wouprble if he can develop finto awwain19whnteWl1f} promise
men into the Western Conference verines placed third with 25 1-2 shiftier and faster player. Outside the WoJ
mreet' at Evanstoni this Friday and points "" a:h r t4 wa of Garner, Ricketts is the only the Ind
Farrell's last appearance as a Wo- >n:I feet tall. We
ra\..Ei.innrn.,.:.ww.,...l When".:,.i.'.e ' vf:
verinle mentor in the Big Ten, and !_"i M M:: ii.Wes,-tehf ;SaeEeanisoTr
ith__hWeissamtenhofeathawnEdualnd,'son,"To
wit histea unefated inrdals ijk'aedco'I and Petrie appear to have a good the rest
metcmptto ti eso h IIJ~ LL chance of developing into formid- into act
met opeiio hi saonte , ** i* r r ebers of the American Davis Cup team wha h ave been chosen to carry oni the 1930 campaign for the pm
chances of a Michigan victory ap - 1I IUII I international net title Fom left to right they are George Lott John "ban Ryn, John oeg; Wilmer Alli-' able players for next year. Weiss,I mate a
pear' exceedingly bright. TO V WN UIILL I IL ! son and Berkeley Bell, all o iwhomh have been prominent in el arpibuship play in the Unted States for the h nly regular Varsity men to l ords wi
Golfers at ig Ten Meet. ( past few years o report for spring practice, andI the pre
Northwestern will be the scene - - - - Shaw have been designated by ! up to t
of another Big Ten meet today and Wicnsin, With Seven Straight D CT 71 I E oc ene oata
toorw:weWh ofrneIS ~ oE TRUSKOWVYSKI G tNPOSITION Lo Digel Wins Match oc ene t c sopposing been i
toorwihnthnofeec Faces Wolverines captains for tomnorrow s tilt. Eve- possibly
gofesgaheLtavasontodTwo ~l'*~~land, who starred en the freshman ishatter
tide th e team and individual chain- in Lat TwOGams.LA MENTOR A OLIVET an inm _ ii team, is expected to make good and tered in
pionships. Michigan is one of the ; FOOT ALL-A MOOR PARK, England, May 18- may see considerable action in fu-'* that of
diree big favorites in this meet;As the Western Conference base- giio atisrnt eidtepae e Deesa mrcngl rtr optto.Inth
ball teams enter the last lap of their Michigan's192grdrncpanplt:LoDeesrAmianofpouecmeiin.nth
bu il ae otunbckte e race for the gonfalon Wisconsin 'Joe Truskowsk, will enter the attached to the Agua Caleiete club, Several of the promising candi- Ohio
teinehd threats of Northwestern I ooms ulp as favorites. The Bad- ranks of coaching next year it was ldoigt ihgnfo e excwnoeAeMthlaeates have not reported for spring one Simi:
and Illiois to emerge with the! ers have swept through seven announced Saturday night by the troit Northwestern where he had British ace, in a 36 hole Afatch in-, practice. These men are Captain beat the
titles. straight victories against Big Ten Olivet college authorities. TheI made an enviable record as an ath- ' volving the "unofficial world's pro- Downing, Daniels, Hudson, and ded he
On Friday Coach Fisher will r&- I opposition and need but two more Wolverine star will assist Coach j lete, Truskowski more than livedI fessional' championship" at Moor; Manuel. Daniels and Hudson are :09.5.1
turn the visit of Purdue in an at- l wins to clinch the crown. Michi- Spadlwt!h hscleua up to expectations here.'Park today, 1 up. (Continued on aka ;
tempt to avenge an earlier defeat gan has a chance to redeem itself tindprmnaswl sb n-' ~ - '.'.
at the hands of what was suppos- for its poor showing this season if complete control of the Olivet foot-!
dly the weakest diamond squad in it can down the Cardinals in the. ball team. In addition to these',
the circuit. It is probable that theI two games yet to be played be- duties Trusktowski will assist Coach
Wolves will again have to look at, tween the two schools. Minnesota jSprandal with the basketball squad.!;
the slants of Palo, who downed the:I is the other opponent of the Madi- The new Olivet
home team in their first game. D-!I son nine.
rectd! after the Boilermaker gameI Illinois won two more games over +m.. ..'coach is the mnost I
the baseball Varsity' will leave for ! the week end, and is resting in sec I E ;versatile athlete
the haunts of the Badgers, now o nd place at present, having won +i to be turned outj
leading the pack in the race for the (six out of eight games. Chicago and I " here since thel
Big Ten pennant.i Michigan fell victims to the Stocker !" :days of the great~
Iattack, the Maroons losing 10-0 and ''"" .~ Benny Ooster-
fthe Wolverines 5-2. To catch the'' . baan, having al- I
ATHLETIC SCHEDULE.' flying Badgers it will be necessary .jraywneht
Tusa-ofWsenCn- frlnirt i h rmiig~etta nd won eigt
thoreellgams tonitheduehileng astsred of in-
ference, meet at Evanston. Wisconsin is losing two out of their other this spring. !
Wednesday - Golf, Western i three games. fi/a apano
Conference meet at Evanston. I Minnesota is tied for third with Ceoaca iptain ofs
Thursday -Baseball, 'Oberlin, , Indiana with four games won and CahKi~ke'
here. ' w lost. The Gcr'phers broke even gridiron machine,
Saturday -Baseball, Wiscon- game they played. Both of these this,'la however, Truskowski had h' .Ht easreoteouidegesdcner
sin, there. Track, Western Con- tasaeo heotieeg Afplaye dnter.asetal
ference meet at Evanston. Ten- contenders with' their chances of, m rsosiwsoeo h
is, Chicago, there. Golf, 111- iihg is eysal em rsosiwsoeo h
1Closely fbflowing these two teams! ;steadiest men on Coach Veenker's
nois, here. comes MorthvVestern The Wildcats squad. On the baseball team also.mi etkonHldu
(continued on Page ) the Detroit boy was a otower ofI
3 mor stye tesonsIt isn't every day that you can buy
for' iking Super-om horts h'.Hahsisa sl rcs hi au
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who have worn them, and nowt for less money,
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RIGAN.ILLIHIOS
1410,l_IMTRACK
It Evafigtoi ot Aatarday
11 Dec 6fCtifedne
Thinclad Title.
tAIDG1VRS STRONG
12 year's of security on top
hieap Michigan and Illinois
to to battle for their places
ar in the Big Ten outdoor
,nd field competitions. This
will be assailed Friday and
q in Dyche stadiumZ, North-
utniversity, with greater
f success than in any meet
117.
.gan and Illinois are again
Ls possible winners of the
est classic, but in this
th running of the meet
isconsin and Ohio are draw-
much attention as the for-
saders. Every one of these
nave great stars backed by
di squads and the battle
s to be the closest since
[verines tooks the title from
Hans by one-half pint in
Eddie Tola n, George Simp-
rn Warne, Lee Sentman and
of the Big 'Teni tars swing
bion, by a coservative esti-
tleast five Conference rec-
[1 be broken. If the rest of
sent trackmen entered live
hie showings that they have
iakingk this year there Will
rbe more than five marks
d. The class of stars en-
Sthe meet this year eceds
any previous Big Tdnt meet
history of the Conference.
will base most of her hopes
pson and he will. be dt t to
epresent record in the hun-
4d by Tolan of Milchign at
Aldo in the 220 these two
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