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THE MICHIAN DAILY.

PAGE SEVEN

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rt vc bI110B eignA)-e nt reerve tict MIN NE AP OL IS-Minnesota'sI
TOiRUNA N EASTIJO E NG E S S I L U E S pccongress adopted a reso-
f ~ Yi W ITH1 N'i A N 9Y V ICTORIES ABROAD , mateurism. in the conduct of thI tober 10, 1931 to meet Stanford'sI
a_(CntinedFomPge_6 _gams. football team in the first game of!I
TU I Rthe scoring, althtough neithier has( Robert T. Jones, rising young form In. the aternoon heplye the regulations and rules of thenir 11I1]
___ power enough to twin, Of the east- Iawyer of Atlanta, Georgia and the mast,:stir ring round of -all with !national federation are considered NEW YORK - Fidel LaBarba,
Forer barpins ~:c a rne group Pennsylvania, Harvard, world famous aiateur golferi has Cyril J. H. Toley,prsn defending amateurs for the Olympics pro- featherweight, recently defeated ?
I ~e Capon ie aoed'aean onelsan u a h been making some more briliant' Briish amateur charmion, one that vided they are qualified in compli-I Bushy Graham of Utica at Madison!
to Leand'today's Field most formidable challengers. chpest!d oh~a~ec *A~~bfr ance with resolutions passed at Square Garden in a bout that cos-
EdiIoa ilcahwt rn Prague by the Olympic congress. d the indoor fight season for New
at Indianapolis. Edyiofi, anwlleclDyeritwo Westk~ iant career as amateur chamnion Bobby took it one up. Jones' play "An athlete taking part in the York. T
BIL~RODA OE Catflseoe ohtecn and the most popular player of the va, again mazrked by thlat uncanny' Olympics must satisfy the fllow-WN1-Cao,1 o 8fo
______ I try an furlng rotesand this' grand old Scotch pastime. nuit! izn; ability of his, which inci- ing conditions: First, he uto must eioot odton ah
Everthing is in readiness at the three-cornered battle should fur- I Bobby is now showing the. Scotch ety cne 1.o his rescue since his1 be or have become a pofessiai~l Call phone 725. 234 -
gninplsMto pewyfr msh a pretty race. Wykoff has antthemselves how the game should be; drives refused to follow the right in the sport for which he mi n ___EC______________
aramunt he anual500-ilehis credit in the 100 yard dash three sterling rounds of ton notch Record galleries have followed ond, he must not have received re- around house and yard, janitor prmut
ramounxcetfo the a n ioal 0-mlewile Tolan is the recognized rec- Igolf. In the first he defeated Sd- this -;youg golf wizard for each; imbursement or compensation foi work. Able and willing. Phone
finishing touches that the drivers 1 Ord holder for this distance at the ney Roper of Wollaton Park. whse cd:ty round, dr awn from all sides loss of salary."
and mechanics will be putting on present time. Dyer is in -position to cossetgm ffuswsntmgneialy1 the trail of golf - - ___-________
Ihi ahie ptotesa tgwin if the oather -two stirs canonen- good enough to match Jones' four ;darn king. No other activity is as i-
gunf, in accordance with the tradi- trate too much on. each other. .brisadoeege Cniun motn oth.cnySo"tee-
Two Wolverines tiltk ati yesterday Jones took the morning days as that of following the Amer- -=
tioy niltha racea is nevr the 440 yard dash, wte only. event in round from Cowan Sankhnd, St: isaZ star is he cons itentiy dlrives, . 21
reI ni-h'ac so.I-~aprahs n olsot"cod
Asqaiiainine ens which mnore than onec'Michigan George's Hill, without straining prahs nohlsot"cod'
As qaliicaion ened Wdne- ahlee i entred Ide =eyiourhimself beyond his usual matchless intg to Jones."
clay 34 entries had taken the tests atlee s nerd.DaeSemor S
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both lu m en r intfavorednt it ,toon the sc le f t ei qu lif in ' b th en a[redto " e c edi - I D O WNO W
tithe best time drawing the, able showings. In-eke Crmeit, h C0 N UIN~ OUR S LE OF ME 'Ip, "e
timepstinHolly AnolCdmpbell- P
poepsto.BlyAnldiigWestern Conference champion m iFni r =m
Marry Hartz's fr'ont drive special, th amrtroi neediITI T~
will stamrt in the coveted place this haeve tnhoulds btegod ifor1,
year. Others in the front line are1 thisevnadshudbgodfrr°i
Loi Myrpesn capinta place. Johnny Pottle, pole-vaulter I V E N U
,Lriving yar16-cylinderchampon! and Booker Brooks, weightman,
diiga1-yidrSmsn!complete the Michigan delegation jH
special; and William "Shorty" Potesoldpaei h efrs-;,
Cantlon in a four-cylinder, rear- a sl edidlaat the Conerencem -
whel rie odl.games. The Michigan vaulter, char- T
De Paolo Enters.j ed 13 feet, 10 inches at that meet I -,f
Those who can be figured on for( placing behind MDermont of illi-
places are all experienced drivers nois and Warne of Northwestern oien nth-oret
suha ee ePoo hminBrooks will compete in both the In [Two Special G#'oupsiS
in 1925 and 1927, Egbert "Babe" discus and the shot put.= ness of his atire the wearer S
Stapp, Deacon Litz, Tony Gulotta, ofFriendlFiveShoe
and Wilbur Shaw. The first three HihG les_-fsesdw h vne
will be piloting Dusenbergs. Al-Hg School Golersstes owntheAveue
lowance must always be made of1 Will Meet Saturday 7 " 5 0 $ 3 195Me0ur t amie i
course for the unknowns who are taste. And as he notices a
apt to make good. Among them Teams from 24 high schools of I om ryFr~dF r el re _-wno ipa fepn
are Louis Schneider, Chester Gard- }lower Michigan will compete in heryPiedFr el rcd ~dwdsla fepn
Aen. Thsenowth esnBiLly leo Regional Golf Tournament of Re- at at rieeshoes he sisforhe-
Ale.Te hr sBlyGesngion No. 4 of the Michigan. High an='rmmestestsa'
whose type of driving always School Athletic association to be I $33.50 an 4 ' ndlon he got as he pocketed r
pleases the public with its spiritI played at Loch Alpine tomorrw i$40llrs hag$40m
of fun. morning beginning at 9:30. This #c iten when he bought the -
The foreign entries include the will undoubtedly be the largest reIcuin e enow s on'
two 16-cylindem' types, Icuig both Maser- gional tournament in the state 5: F
atis driven by Borazacchini and Last year only nine teams con- H R ,S HA F E M RIU T
Cucinotta from Italy. The formerI tended, Mt. Clemens leadingA T the rinnuMARXIUITSV
has made 152.85 miles an hour over {field to take first place .and Ann Me!Thsisasledd {rtn t ettatNWSUMRDUT oL I 1I I
a lflrkilometer straightaway but( Arbor following directly for se- - correctly shod for ,t -
what he will do on the oval track ond. This year's tournament should 1 at a very important saving. CONLIN AND WETHERBEE quality is - five dollars. May wo r t Y-IG g,
in the racing traffic is hard to say. be hotly contested and markedI dominant in every suit. This is your assurance of complete satisfaction. show you the new H~
Joe Caccia's Alberti is the only! with brilliant individual lay. With d .I Friendy FiveS o E
other foreign model entered. J such a large numrber of entries T I
Use Old Cars.( some high class golf should feature BUY YOUR HOSE AT THIS- l)
Many of the cars this year have the day's rounds. SPECIAL - ,E _
a common characteristic in that The tournament is divided into; A E41
each is to some extent an unknown four classes corresponding to the i 47c or 2$5
quantity. Johnny Seymour for in- school rresented. In classesA f41pa rL iUI~ IiIL
stance has used one of last year's and B are 14 schools: AnniArbor,1 _ __ ___ __ _-
~atos o oer his Gauss front Mt. Clemens, Port Huron, Jackson ,~ n~
~Le ~~ajoity of theI Plymouth, Fordson, Royal ak, i p I _J1~
othes ~r nlsliits- oar~yig IOwoso, -ontac, earbrnothing for Lad and Dad
pa t f c r r mother races. I inham , Ad an Fernd ale, I n p(F.1T1 C ohn
At; ~~cCentral Standam'd filanti Cntra. The other 10 im 2L09LSouthvtMainLtStreet
T ehispcacular and sensa- I'classes C and D are University I=a d (
tional race will start, 'lasting until jHh-Ann Arbor, St. Thomas-Ann I_ ol n1
the blurring racers have completed I Arbor, Farmington, Trenton, r Ilc-
20 laps of the two and a half mile; keley, Grosse Ile, Wayne, holly 118 E. W3ASINGTO3N
brick amd concrete oval, Hudson, and Ypsilanti Roosevet
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