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IAQE2 SIX

T~r MICHI1( D fAILY

-WEDNESD~fAY. MAY 29.IOW1 .--.

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WOLVERINE

NINE

WILL MEET

CINCINNATI TODAY

VARSITY SEEKS WIN
flVEH IC SQUAD

Revenge for Loss in Training
Season Sought by Wolves
in Winning Streak.
HOLTZMAN WILL PITCH'
PROBABLE LINE-UPS
MICIGAN Cincinnati
Butler, rf Hauser, rf
Superko, 3b Whitaker, Sb
Tompkins, cf Murphy, ss
Hudson, lb Berwanger, 2b
Straub, if Muth, cf
Myron, ss Fleig or Arata, 1b
Truskowski, c -Waldman, if
Daniels, 2b Altemeier, c
Holtzman., p Kunz, p

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IOWANS WILL TRY
FOR PLACES ON'.
U. S. TRACK TEAM
(Spfcil to The Pailv) )
IOWA CITY, May 27-The big
Hawkeye trio of track and field-
Edward Gordon, George Saling, and
L. "D. Weldon-may train this sum-
mer for places on the United States
team which battles Great Britain;
in a dual meet.
Each ranking among the best
half dozen in the nation in his'
event, these University of Iowa
stars are believed to have an ex-
cellent chance of competing against
the British subjectM Aug. 27 at Chi- j
cago.

STARS WILL RU

Intent -on avenging an 8-7 de
on' the spring training trip, C
Fisher's Varsity nine -will meet
University of Cincinnati at F
Field at 4:05 o'clock this aftern
Should the Wolverines win
game they will stretch their °
ning streak to three games,
of which was against the lea
in the -Big Ten race, Wisconsin
Cincinnati has a team wh
while well up to the averag
Western 'Conference squads is
ticeably weak in hurlers, and
the Wolves hitting as they hav
the last two games against Ob
and the Badgers, Coach Fisher f
that his men will be able to col
some runs. Michigan, too, is w
in the pitching department, and
dications for the game today p
to a slugging match with the t
collecting the greatest ntumbej
bingles coming out on the long
of the count.
Invaders Beat Western.
The Cincinnati squad is ma
a three game stay in Michigan, 1
ing played Western State Nor
at Kalamazoo Monday, Michi
State at East Lansing. Against
Tiachers the invaders emerged
a'°4-1 'win, allowing the Kalarn-a
outfi but four hits. Cinci
collected ten safeties on theii
accou t, but :could not cash in
six of them. However these
Jits establish the invaders as
team which knows what a ba
for.
In the Normal game Muth.
Murphy proved to be the heavy
ters, each of them collecting a tr
against Neigenfend, Normal hi
er. Holtzman, who will draw
assignment this afternoon sh
be able to hold his opponents d
better than the hurlers from
sraller colleges have done si
he has been displaying consis
fenn during the season.
Wolves Flash Form.
Michigan, rated as one of
weak teams in the Big Ten wen
-adison last Saturday and kno
ed off the leaders by driving
rtes across the plate as against
4 the Badgers could account
aths win makes the Wolverine
danigerous team which may be
""'ted to flash championship f
at any time. However the l
stng of defeats already chal
W against the Maize and Blue d
:bit argue well for their consiste
of inlay.
An the first game between C
cinnati and Michigan early in
season, Coach Fisher's men had
ftitcome well in hand up to
nhlth inning when they were ni
ed for four runs aflter Mike My
hold injured his ankle and1
famed to leave the game. In 1
gaiie the invaders did not flash
brilliant form, but played fa
ood ball throughout.
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The composition of the Amcri-
can team largely will -be determin-
ed by the performances -of the ath-
letes in the National A. A. U. cham-
pionships at Pittsburgh, Aug. 23 to
25.
If the Old Gold stars definitely
decide to enter summer competi-
tion, they will rest for about fivel
weeks after the National Collegiate
championships June 7, then will en- I
ter intensive training under the di-
rection of Coach G. T. Bresnahan.f
Winner of both the National Col-
legiate and National A. A. U. broad I
Jump championships last year, Gor-
don is anxious to continue as Amer-
ica's finest leaper. To do this, he
must prove his superiority over Ed
Hamm of Georgia Tech, 1928 Olym-
pic champion whom he defeated in
the A. A. U. title meet last sum-
mer.
Weldon has several javelin cham-
pionships to his credit, including
the national A. A. U. junior title'
and record. He is consistent over
the 200 foot mark and may better
210 feet with all conditions favor-
able.
The third great Iowan, Saling, '
has hurdled time barriers consist-
ently all season although forced to
run second to Lee Sentman of Il-
linois. Now he has sheared his
time in the 120 yard high hurdles
to within three-tenths of a second
of the world's record.F

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,, sAL FOtERN
0.""FLYJNG(

JONES DRAWS BIG
NCROWD ON SCOTCH 13 NPIONSHIPMEET FAE
SCOURSE IN OPENER
CO R EI P N RT!Five thousand enthusiastic golf gI A
; fans followed America's inimitable-
Bobby Jones in the opening round Courtwright Undecided as to tarn to see action on the Chicago
of the match play for the Brtish Exact Lineup for Tennis courts.
- amateur championship Monday at - There are three strong teams
:,yS.Andrews, Scotland. This huge ____ that will make a determined bidi
gallery wes amply rewarded by se- WOLVES E FV RITES for the Conference championship
ing the amateur wizard turn in a !___ n ihgn per stebs
Iof these, having defeated the other
spctacular gane to defeat Sidney ( Michigan's clay court artists, dual two, Illinois and Minnesota. The
Roper, hitherto unknown English meet champions of the Western Gophers with their hard fighting,
outh, on the sixtecnth green, 3 to Conference, will invade the Chicago experienced outfit tied with the
-- - -- - -Not an upset marred the first courts this Thursday and Friday inm Ileni for second place in the dual
day when George Voight, Harrison quest of their second title for the are exceptionally strong in the
Johnston, American Amateur year, when the Conference net does n spold gvthe othe
champion, and F. C. Stevens won s teams meet in the annual Big Ten:doublendo ubdnaions hedbt-
their matches in addition to the two-men combiations a hard bat-
eictorysin tournament,.ofsix o and I te this week. The Gophers gave
iones vicory. As a result of six vtories and the Wolverines a scare in the dual
a young Englishman who one defeat, and that an early sea- encounter, but the Maize and Blue
learned his golf playing between son setback, the Wolverines are pulled through on the long end of
h ; shifts as a coal miner. Despite the looking towards the tourney with
fact that Jones shot the first nine I hopeful eyes. The only combination a 6-3 score. Chicago fell to the
holes in 33 including four birdies that could turn back the deterin- Gophers by the same score as it did
and an eagle, the youngster play- ed thrust of the Wolves was to the Wolves.
in agaitst him matched him al- of Northwestern. I Illinois will have a strong co -
motsrk o trk.HssrnI bination on the courts,- which
of nine foursturnino four Coach Ray Courtwright is as yet should make a hard fight rfor the
-f , g only undecided as to the personnel of
down, amazed the gallery. He clung the team which he will enter inchampionship honors. Chicago wil
to the American star all the way, the Big Ten matches. Captain Ham-- p____n _rn __d__
but was finally eliminated on the'
usixteth gren Jonesithredupahd mer is the only player who is cer- (Continued on Page '
sixteenth green Jones three up and-_
- - ' two to play.,
}tw Roper entered the tournament
from a municipal course at Nottng-
ham where he is the Nottingham
champion. He did not even have L
a caddy who knew the course but
RA at
I had a friend carry his clubs around a
E for him. Nevertheless, he demon- CUR TISS-WRIGHT
As TAdaed Pres s to _ strated that he could play golf and
- - ---- an excellent brand of golf at that
o for hissteady string of fours kept
aaci o ca c- o o 1Jones at his best all through the-
16 holes to defeat him.
The present tourney marks Jon- SPEND
CD R. es' first appearance at the famous
o St. Andrews course in three years. YOUR VACATION IN THE CLOUDS
The populace turned out en masse -
< to follow the star and many other Under ideal conditions you will be given a thorough course, not only
son and unless something goes golf enthuiasts journeyed over in the theory and technioue of aviation, but also will be taught to fly.
wrong will probably romp off long distances to the place where When the course is finished you will be prepared to take your govern-
with the team title. This team golfing is the favorite pastime and ment tests for your pilot's license.
smashed Stanford in a dual all other occupations are crowded twenLocated onles fom Detro, you will fly fohm onet of the best air ports in
meet with an overwhelming intootheobackgbOUnd.eatifulsdrosse wie ay mou of the etrots ier
score of 84 12-46 11-12, thus In one case a street car motor- Recreational activties-Golf, Swimming, Sailing, Baseball and other
establishing their superiority man deserted his car and ran over sports are planned.
over last year's winners. toathe course to see part of the Living quarters in our new $135,000.00 club-house will be provided.
match. ! The Summer Campopoens JTune thirtieth. Only a limited number
Stanford,' however, cannot be After being amply rewarded by of men can be accommodated.
watching Jones shoot a birdie three
considered out of the runnig, and on the first hole, he raced back to Write or phone for further details.
will at least be counted on for a his car.
second at the meet this week,' --a27 il" 'F YNEE "
since the Cardinals are the secondf SAN RAFAEL, Calif., May 27-Bill ,CURTISS-WRIGH T FLYING SERVICE
strongest team on the coast and r Johnston, star of the tennis courts,! Grosse Ile Airport 3760 Woodwad
experts' in the east are not pre- is a patient at the Ross General Cedar 2342 Columbia 5108
dicting anything more than a third hospital near here and said today Grosse Ile, Michigan DetritMich.
it was unlikely he would play any-
(Continued on Page 7) more this year.
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SEATTLE - (AP) - Averaging
slightly more than 126 miles an
hour with six passengers and a load
of luggage, an Alaska-Washington
Airways plane landed at Ketchikan{
five hours and 10 minutes after
leaving Seattle on her maiden1
flight in a .regular semi-weekly
round trip service between the
points.
The boat time between the two
cities is approximately two days
for the 685 nautical miles.

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By Joe Russell.
Present indications are that theI
east will fare badly in the running
of the Ffty-fourth Track and
Field Championships of the Inter-
collegiate A. A. A. A. which is slat-
ed for this Friday and Saturday at
Harvard Stadium, Boston. The
threat of the west appears to be
too strong for the more or lessy
mediocre squads which have ap-
peared at most of the eastern in-
stitations this year.
Dean Cromwell has develop-
ed a powerful, well-balanced 4
outfit of cinder path artists at
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