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Purple and Illini Likely to Vie
for Honors With Coach
Trueblood's Squad.










Today's Gaines.
Alpha Phi Alpha vs. Phi
Phi Epsilon pi vs. Sigma


Michigan's Varsity
rated a favorite along
western and Illinois

golf team,
with North-
to take top

Theta Xi vs. Lambda Chi Alpha
Buckeyes vs. Maroons.

honors, will swing into action to- BIG TEN TRACK
day in the 1930 Western Confer-
ence golf tournament that will be MEET SATURDAY
held at Evanston, Ill. The Wolver-
ine team, although always a power (Continued From Page 6)
in dual meet competition, has will compete for the top honors,
missed winning the Conference with these two possibilities for
]inks championship for the past
few years solely because of poor points and backed by Rockaway in
wrkin tye Bi en eet oprthe barrier events the buckeyes are
Coach Truelood's team this set for their share of the score.
Goac Treblo~ds tam hisHanover in the mile and Hays in
year apparently possesses approxi- e half-mile will also add for the
niately the same strength as it had Ohio total
fact reet seostno, thespetbers ohe Wisconsin is virtually certain of
fact that most of the members of victories in the shotput, in which
the team are only sophomores and vimmy in the soutpin wih
are relatively inexperienced in Con- Samend the suthpaw, will
ferepce competition. Although ,the defend the title which he won in
Wolverines bowed to Northwestern 1929, and the high jump in whichI
last week by an 11 to 7 score, it was Ted Shaw, with his mark of
the first dual meet that the Maize 6 feet, 6 3-16 inches, has estab-
44 Blue h9s dropped in its last 21 lished himself as the class of the
starts, qdl it is wholely within rea- league. Fellows and GoldsworthyI
son that the strain of maintaining are looked to for points in the dis-
the winning record became too tance and Henke may show in the
great to overcome when they faced quarter.
the Wildcats. Michigan again is making a
Now that the bad golf is out of strong bid with Tolan in the lead
their systems, however, the Michi- as a point getter. Campbell, Poor-
gan team should come back strong man and Brooks are due to place1
to make a good showing in the n the hammer shot and discus.1
Conference meet today and tomor-I Added to these sure shots the Wol-,
row. Illinois, the conquerors of I verines are backed by a squad ofI
Northwesten by the overwhelming even ability and many minor pos-
sibilities to pick up a goodly share
i6 to 2 score, rates the favorite to Iof the markei1
walk away with the Conference Making a strong bid in the form
honors, but it is possible that the Makngman gbidendthsm
combined efforts of the Wildcats of Sentman in the hurdles and his
combnedeffrtsof he ildatsrunning mate Rodgers. the Illinois
and Wolverines, together with any rngas e yodgeeerinois
other victories that may be scored crew also rely otMacKeever in the
by leading members of other Big mile, McDermott in the pole vault
Ten teams, may unseat the Illini. several other minor place pos-
The Indian team of Captain Dick usrbilities. n
Martin, Fred Lyon, Sam Alpert, and Puuenothcuned as ahea
Bob Crowe is an extraordinarily well to the title has one of the most
balanced aggregation, but it should outstanding men in the Big Ten in
have. its trouble overcoming the the person of Orval Martin who
Wolverine combination of Hicks, holds the record in the 880 and is
Howard, Lenfesty, and Royston' leader of the Conference in the
with Livingston and Ahistrom pos- mile run.
sibilites to replace any of the for-
mer. The Illini team has been ful. The Badgers have scored three
practicing since Sunday over the victories, and gone down in defeat
course on which the meet will be only twice, once to Illinois and
held. once to the Wolverines. The Crim-
Purdue should cause little con- son may even surprise and finish
cern to the leading competitors, al- among the first three in the tour-
though the Boilermalers have two nament.
fairly good men in Bassett and Northwestern wills use ' Captain
Parker, both sophomores. since the Rogers, Oamaske, Whitaker, andI
iteam's early defeat by Michigian Lorimer, the same quartet that de-
its brand of golf has noticeably im- feated Michigan, as its representa-
proved. tives in the Conference meet. AsI
Wisconsin may cut some figure the meet will be held on the Wild-j
in the Big Ten meet, its dual meet cats' home course a slight advan-
season having been fairly success-1 tage will rest in their favor.

Phi Beta Delta vs. Phi Rho Sig-
Sigma Nu vs. Phi Kappa Tau.
Alpha Kappa Lambda vs. Phi'
Kappa Psi.
Theta Chi vs. Phi Sigma Kappa
Phi Chi vs. Kappa Nu.
Psi Upsilon vs. Phi Lambda Kap-
Slgma Delta Kappa vs. the win-i
|ner of Alpha Phi Alpha-Phi Sigma
Delta gamne.
All campus singles has advanced
to the third round with these
matches scheduled: Wilbur vs. Le-
venson, Phelps vs. Worden, Lederle
vs. Fisk, Greenbaum vs. Benedict,
Fleer vs. Podlewski, Hoch vs. Rob-
inson, Appelt vs. Chen, Bennett vs.
Smith. Any of these matches
which are not played by the end of
this week will be defaulted.
Quarter finals have been reached
in the All-Campus singles and these
matches must be played this week:
Currie vs. Austin, James vs. Bross,
Cooper vs. Kinsman, Groehn vs.
Robinson and Groehn play a
semi-final match while Hobart
plays Stern and Crosby plays Clark
in quarter final matches. These
matches must be completed this

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WISCONSIN NINE !' Who is considered the best pros-1
pect for first honors in the broad
jump event in the Western Confer-t
(Continued From Page 6) ence outdoor track and field meet
fattened up their percentage by de- to be held at Evanston Friday and
feating the downtrodden Michigan Saturday of this week. Gordon is
nine 6-5 in a close contest. Indiana known as an Olympic star of note
and Illinois are on the card for this and has been prominent in Big T'en
week. I competition. The negro trackster
Of the remaining four clubs only is also a high jumper and will be
Ohio State has been able to keep Iowa's standby in seeking points
on an even keel. The Buckeyes fortheHawkeyes.
have won three games, lost three
and played a tie with Michigan. Jones and Wales Play
After a promising pre-season show- Secret Game of
ing Ohio has proven to be disap- Gol
pointing in its Conference showing. LONDON, May 18--The Prince ofI
Purdue, Michigan, and Chicago Wales and Bobby Jones played 36
are grouped in sixth, seventh, and I{Wles andgobbytoesplayed
eighth places respectively. The Wol- holes of golf together today and
verines are still looking forward, though rain fell during a part of
however, to their battles with the the match it did not interfere with
Conerence leaders which are the either's game. The match was
last two games of the season for played on Sir Philip Sassoon's priv-
lasttwogams o th sesonor ate course at Trent Park, High
each nine. Michigan and Chicago ecnursust who wP the mth
both lost two tilts over the week how many strokes Bobby gave the
end hile Purdie split two games Prince and the totals for 36 holes
with Minnesota. could not be learn^.d.





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