lETTERS ~ TQLAJV'S MARK FOR CENTURY
OfFICIALLY RECOGNIZED AS REWORD
ft ~ P 0 Another Michigan athlete secu I ~
fl II U U d a niche in the hail of faiiie /
u IIVV iv biil f~ sportdom v~ith the announcement
yesterday that Eddie Tolan's record .~. I POINT RACt.
Welvct*ine Go~irr Team Likely of 9 5-10 seconds for the 100 yard
cbdke to Thke Big Ten dash h4s been officially accepted' Three studenf~ are having a close
the International Amateur Athletic 4~ I anc~ interesting race for the all..
D~iat G1iatnpio~iship. FecIerat~on as the world's record ~ around athletic championship hon- I
this distance. The diminutive Wol, ~.~. o rs of the campus. This champion-
llLI~O!S HOPES FALTER verine sprinter set this mark in ship consists of 20 a 11-campus
competition in the, Western confer- t~ i events. Point awards ~ue given for
~ upsetting the dope in Tues- ence championships of last spiing .~ cach sport and the high point win- I
il~'~ tennis match with the Illini, at Evanston, Illinois, in his lfrst
year of major competition ner Veceives a trophy.
the Wolverines have only to turn The leader at thiS time is WillIam V
At the same time that 'tolan's Phelps, '32L, who has a total of 421
~~ck the defending champions~ mark was recognized George Sim
Chfea4~6, to Win the Conference net son's time of 9 2-5 was ref u9ecl r~ ~' points accumulated in six events.
t~tie. The e i~iiblti6n of remarkable 'ognitiori because the Ohio flyer ~ He has taken part in goly, hand-
W ball, horseshdes, squash,, tennis and
~enn l~ in the fllhiois sets proved aided bY starting blocks, which i twenty-oi~e. In addition to the''
t~h~ Michigan racquet-men capable have faiLed to meet the approval of .. ~. points afready credited to him, he
flghth~i~ to the finish if neces- J the ap~teur body s6 fai'. The gov has a chance to earn more points
of erning bddy had a1~o ~teadfastly re '~n tennis, life saving mci Sigma
~ary to gain the decision over the I fused to ai5Pr6ve o~ terith-se~ond ~ Psi.
Maroon~~ this Saturday at Chicago. watches up until just recently Harold Greh wTh 30 'V ''~ I
Th~ failiit~ of the Illinois netters Charles P~ddocl~ once turned iii, as ~econd. His on1 i. poins, is~
points have been ma
ivtllfihl ~et down for ime of 9 5-10 se~oi~qs, but th? 0 ff1' in baseball field day, cross country)
to predictions cials never ecognized It ~is the re~ o~~, horseshoes, tennis and trac.1
theni before the Wol~'erine match ord. d ~jHe was the winner of ~the cro
lost the Big Ten Championship for I Another mark for the 100 yar j country run last fall. He can gain
tli.e Ch~itipalgne school. The close dash will come up for o~iciM con- Eddie Tolan. I further points in Ifte saving and
sideration at the next meeting of ______________________________- I Sigma Delta Psi.
~I~ior~ g~ained bY' the Maize and
C- I all
~1u~ ~s all the niore sensational the federation, and that is the re American trackmen were also made Joe Woodward, winner of the -~
ord breaking time hung up by
~I~nce the strong Indian team had Frank VVykoff, California speedster, official at the meeting of the Feder- campus lightweight boxing title, is
~rash~d through its opposition with of 9 2-5 seconds. Due to the fact ation in flerlin. The new record in third place with 24 points ac- I
c~rnparative e~se~, while the Mich- j that a time has to first meet the holder in the 400 meter run is cumulated In baseball, field meeti
igan v1ctoiie~ w~re close and hai'd approval of minor governing bodies Emerson Spencer, formerly of Stan- boxing, foul throwing, horseshoes
~eug1~t. before it goes to the international ford University, who covered the and twent~'-one. lie is Practically
distance in 47 seconds flat. Two assured at this time of the 20
Coach Courtri~ht'~ proteges will group the Cakifornia trackster's I other west coast athletes had their points necessary to Sigma Delta
have a t6ugh battle on thClr hands record must Wait for its approval or
when they encounter the Maroon, disapproval, marks accepted in the persons of Psi. This will bring his total to 44
tegn SaThrday afternoon; but with; Thus a record that has withstood Eric Krenz of Stanford with a toss together with whatever additional
th? extra fight that they showed the attacks of famous ~print artists of 163 feet, 8 3-4 inches in the dis- 1 points he can make in life saving.
agafrist the mini the WolVes should since the beginning of track history cus, and Lee Barnes of South~rn~ FRESflMAN TENNIS.
ieav~ the c&uYt~ carrying the heavy has finally fallen with the accept California with a height of 14 feet,
en~i of the score. The Conference ance of Tolan's mark. The - J 1 1-2 inches in the pole vault. The' Freshman tennis tournaments
~ to be right within the Negro is only in his Mi~higan American Olympic team's one mile1 are being run off ~in singles and*
titl'e second year of relay quartet was made woild doubles and some fine matches have~
grasp of the Wolverines inasmuch college competition, and with a~- champions at that distance with a been played. Schaefer has advanc-
as the vanquished mini have a win other year yet to go may lower t C mark of 3 minutes, 13 4-10 seconds ed to the semi-final round where
qver Chicago listed among theiT record again if he encounters ideal which was made in a dual meet 1 he awaits the result of the W
8trmg of 1930 victories. conditions. Three men stand out with Great Britain shortly after ~liams-~cCutcheon match. In thei
as possibilities to run the 100 in
ORANGEBURG - Jack Sharkey 9 2-5: Tolan, Simpson, and Wykoff, the last Olympic games. other quarter final matches, Schil-
________________-- 1 ler meets Thompson while Snell
has finally brought his weight I who has already done so unofficial- r CHICAGO - Art (The Great) takes on Darner. These matches are
down under 200 pounds for the first ly. Claude Bracey and Cy Leland, Shires has served notice on Jonn scheduled for this week with the
time since he started training for the two southern stars, must also Barrymore "and the oth~'r minor semi-finals and finals following
his 15 round championship bout be conceded ~ chance under the league actors" that he is planning next week.
with Max Schmellng in the Yankee propel' conditions. to invade the stage after the base- In the doubles, Bauss and Dale I
~t&di'um, June 12. Four other records hung up by season closes thi'~ year. play the winner of the Smith-Haw-
SENATOR'S DOUBLE VICTORY HOLDS ball ________________
PHILADELPHIA IN SECOND POSITION ~ [I
Wa~hin~ton and the~ Athletics Wnlh~r~ nnd Perkiiv~ ~ ii £
~ey and Podlewski-Lederle match,
n the finals.
An all-campus archery tourna-
,yient was sponsored for the first
Lime last year and another has just
been completed this Spring with
the result that Charles Dee of Gary,
indiana, won first honors and Mel-
burn Brizdle of Buffalo, N. Y., see-
NEW YORK--Phil Scott, English
L~eavyweight, has filed a challenge
with the state athletic commission
to meet the winner of the Sharkey-
Schmelin ~ championship bout.
(Continued From Page 6)
should be up near the head of the
ist in the discus throwing contest.
Holly Campbell is counted on to
uphold the Michigan tradition and
win the hammer throw. He has
Wssed the hammer ~veli over 100
..eet both in practice and competi-
tion this year and should experi-
ence iitt.le difficulty in copping firct
honors at the Conference meet.
The Wolverine prospects are a
little weak in the pole vault in
comparison with the other schools
in the meet although Pottle should
olace. Also weak in the javelin the
~Tolverines will be satisfied to
~ain but one point through the t 1'-
rort of Brubaker and Dodgal.
WANTED-One bid to the Senior
Ball. Call Molinari, 21990.
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