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rHEAll-CHIGAN IDAILY

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Illinois and Chicago Bare Path
of Racket Squad in Quest
of Conference Tite.
CLOSE MEET FORESEEN
Victors in the Western Confer-
ence dual meet competition for the
season. Michigan's Varsity tennis
team will invade Chicago today for
the Big Ten Tennis meet that will
be held today and tomorrow. As a
result of the team's good showing
in winding up the dual meet sea-1
son in first place with only one
defeat against it, the Wolverine
team will be included among the
favorites to walk off with the title.
Competition at Chicago, however,
will be much stronger than the
Wolverines have faced at any prev-
ious time this year, several stars on
the various Big Ten teams making
it difficult for the Maize and blue
to cop first places even if the team
as a whole plays good tennis. Illi-
nois should be the chief threat to
the Wolverines, although Chicago
also has a team that may cause
considerable trouble.
Wildcats Not So Strong. +
Northwestern was the only teamj
throughout the year that was able
to defeat the Wolverines during the
dual meet season, but since thatI
date the play of the ,Wildcats has'
fallen off to a great extent. In-
cluded among the teams that havei
bowed to Michigan so far this year
are Illinois, Chicago, Ohio State,1
Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Indiana.
Included in the Michigan dele-
gation will be Captain Hammer,;
Brace, Ryan, Rollin Clark, Roberti
Clarke, and Beal. These men have
borne the brunt of the Wolverine
attack all through the campaign
and are the best bets to win places
for the Michigan team at Chicago.
These same six men will also take
part in the doubles play..
Illinois Looks Dangerous.
Illinois, the pre-season favorite!
to take both the dual and Big Ten
titles, will have several good men'
that 1will bear watching in the1
meet. Turner, Topper, Thompson,!
Traynor, McElroy, and Miller are
the six men that comprise theIll-ini
squad, every one of these min be-
ing dangerous to the chanc s of
the Wolverines of copping the Con-
ference title.
Chicago, with Rexinger andj
(Continued on Pare 7) z

W niM f DRIVERS QUALIFY FOR LONG RACE
Prepare for Races ________________________
With East and West
(Special to The Daily)
MADISON, Wis., May 29.-Al-
though defeated by Pennsylvania
by a matter of five or six feet Sat- I
urday, the University of Wisconsin
crew settled down to preparation
for their coming engagements with
Washington, June 16, and at'
Poughkeepsie, June 26, encouraged I
by the fact that they had rowed "
the fastest two miles rowed ly a .:"{":":{
Wisconsin crew in thirty-orie years!
-and one of the fastest two miles ,."...::... .::::...,> .
ever rowed in dead water by any
university eight. I w rY.
Give Great Exhibition. r
Everywhere Wisconsin supporters '.. ...:"s..
are talking today of t:e great ex-
hibition put up by Coach Mike
Murphy's husky youngsters. Senti-!rs
ment was quite general that if the .
Badgers had had the racing ex-
perience of Pennsylvania which .
has rowed three races before com-
ing west to meet Wisconsin-the re Deacon Litz.
sult might have been different. In.
saying this, they give full credit to. . . instead of one as before. The other
Pennsylvania, which had the reason being that the public has
stamina, courage and oarsmanship! H !'hoto shown more interest in the two-.
to lift their shell over the line first, arry lfart7 man type of racing car.
! 'The two and a half-mile oval wAil
by a gallant sprint in the last 200 Harry Hartz and "Deacon" Litz nTe-
yards.Hare two of the bright lights that not be as oily as formerly since
areerofathes bavegmtbenhtrulthat.
Exceptionally Fast Time. are entered in this year's race. Both superchargers have been ruled out
The time-10:26-was exception- are veterans of the motor speed a inadaptable to passenger auto-
ally fast, by far the fastest that world and are expected to finish in mobiles. This feature will cooperate
either crew had rowed this year, the money Friday. Litz will driveu with the reirement of two men to
reduce the hazard of skids and
Way back in 1895, a Wisconsin crew his own car. These old hands will rashe a sod aids and
lost to the Minnesota Boat club by show some of the youngsters enter- crashes, and should aid the acn-
about the same margin, rowing in ed this year the finer points of the age miles per hour.g
10:23. Certainly no Wisconsin crew racing art.g sp.
of recent years has approached the Activity around Indianapolis in- Grantland Rice is Starter.
time made by Coach Murphy's creases as Decoration Day draws The official starter will be none
crew Saturday. other than that well known light of
" ~nearer and the stage is set for thel the sporting world, Grantland Rice,.
- greatest 500-mile race in the his- Thesofficgalrderantd ye.
I OWA GRID TEAM I tory of notordom. The ticket sales Te fcial referee has enot yet
TTEMEETTEXuntAdaily to 200,000 for the na- Harvey Firestcne, and Arthur Bris-
T MEEions fares sporting event in bane are a few of those who have
GS'/rcil toTheDail) pintof attendance, surpassing last
>oint .held the position in the past years.
(Spearialfital Thr of 19,000.
IOWA CITY, May 28.-When the year's official mark of 190,000. While approximately 200,000 fans
University of Iowa football team of Foreigner Qualifies.-1 are- lining the track and watching
1931 travels down to Dallas, Tex., to Letterio Cucinotta, an Italian I this eighteenth annual speed clas-I
nm.et Texas A. & M., the contest driver from Messina, was the first sic, the miallions that will be unablet
will be the first ever played by a foreign entry to qualify, sending1 to get to Indianapolis will have theE
Hawkeye eleven in the southwest. his eight-cylinder Masserati over account of the races brought tot
The Iowans will make their Texas the ten-mile stretch at an average their own homes through the med-r
jaunt Oct. 10 to meet the Aggies on of 91.584 miles an hour. His time is ium of the radio and Graham Mc-
a neutral gridiron, for the game will not threatening but he will add to Namee. Thus the sporting eyes and,
be one of the features of the south- the interest of the races. ears of' the nation will be fixed on
western exposition at Dallas. Each car will be a two-seater this the speedway at Indianapolis when1
By the terms of the contract, the year, having a driver and a me- the forty qualified entries draw upE
Texas A. & M. team will appear in chanic, instead of the one-man cars to the tape for the start this Fri-.
the Iowa stadium Oct. 23, 1932. that have characterized the entries day.-
Again precedent will be set, for a in the past few years. Two reasons[
Texas institution never before has are advanced for the change. The PRINCETON UNIVERSITY--Stu-l
sent an athletic team to Iowa City. first is that this arrangement will dents here refused to be trifled withE
The contest at Dallas will be the help to cut down accidents, al- I when 200 of them walked out of ant
third intersectional invasion ever though it is true that two men will texam that they considered to bel
made by an Iowa football team T be endangered in case of trouble' unfair.f

SENATORS AND DODGERS REVEAL
SURPRISE STRENGTH IN' MAJORS
Brilant Play of Veterans Aids ,aided by the surprise perfarkmances
Nationals in Maintaining of several ofttheir veterans. Sam
Wolverines Considered Strongly Winning Stride. Rice has been hitting at a terrific
as Possibility to Annext .clip all season, and his bat has
Possibiity C AnnexAtthis stage in the major league been predominant in the victories
t pennant races two surprise pack- of the Johnsonmen.
ages are resting on or near the top
MANY STARS TO MEET of the baseball heap. The Wash- Joe Me Carthy hasbeen-having
-- i difficulty with his Cubs, and today
ington Senators are at present t heCiaotmisrpinnt
I When the Wolverines pull into leading the American league while e Chicago team is reposing not
Cambridge this Friday for the In- Brooklyn's Dogers are waging a very majestically in fourth place,
ternational Collegiate Amateur hot fight with St. Louis for the top having won 20 and lost 19. However
Athletic Association track meet, berth in the National league. On the Cubs are too strong to remain
their welcome will be from the best berther hand there are two clubs Ihere and the next few.weeks
athletes in the country. Results Iiin the American lg ishould see them climb.
shown at the Big Ten meet which wereice for first division berths Detroit and St. Louis are In the
broke two records have been dupli-h w re i fo the diviso ths second division in the junior cir-
cated in the east and south. Never that are still in the throes of the cuit, but the Tigers have shown
before in the history of the meet eonissigns of recovering from their pro-
have .so many star thinclads been Lu . tracted batting slump, and.if this
gathered together, and present re- 1 Washington has: shown no signs j is true they should begin to win
cords will undoubtedly be shatter- of faltering in their winning stride J games. The Browns have been un-
ed.yG 'as yet. The Senators have been able to hit their proper stride.
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Coach Steve Farrell will take .rll *....*...RluUS.lEiuItIlllUllII
with him only the cream of his
Conference champions. Having an-
nexed the Big Ten title this year I
the Michigan squad will be one of
the focal points of the meet and
they will have to compete against
stronger competition than that of-
fered in the conference meet asI(-
well as the strongest men in the!ln=ti
' Big Ten. And w en think*golfE
I The far west is the big threat this
year as it was last, and with Dean
Cromwell's Southern California
speeders entered, the dopesters pre- -
diet another team title for the 'Sun
Ladd.' Stanford appears in the TF
runnig but they are not as strong
I this time as they were when they
I took the title last year. have a beautiful line of" sweautrs, and golf
{ ~East Not Favored. #v.
None ofsthe Eastern teams are b1SO jomatcht
picked as winners, but they all have
strength in one or two events that A variety of knickers to choose from whether
will require not only a well bal-
anced, but a team with star ath- you prefer wool or linen fabrics and golf shoes that
letes to beat them. Last year the
east captured 10 of the 15 individ- = are s-nart and comfortable.
ual championships, but this year Or
they are favored in only three'Or.sport- apparel is ready for-yoursapproval
events. Connor of Yale will prob-
ably take the hammer, while Chap- and will take plesure jn serving you.
'man of Bates is ,the ace of half
milers and Rekers of Penn State is a
favored in the two mile.
Michigan is favored as one of the 2
hottest contenders, but it will be l
difficult for the Wolves to beat out i=p
the westerners that come from the! -
land of strong track teams. To- 1
lan's century race with Frank Wy- I
koff is the most heralded single
event of the games. The Southern 322-324 South Main Street.
California ace has been clocked at NEXT TO WUERTH THEATRE
9.4 without blocks and is strongly
favored to take the event.

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E IORS 1930
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