THE MICHIGAN DAILY'
!ESTO OPEN DUA ETSSON
TH GOPHER THINCLADS TOMORHOk
First Defense of
in Only Home
Every Big, Ten track coach will
be watching the initial Conference
performances of the Maize and
Blue thinclads tomorrow afternoon
when they entertain the Minneso-
ta Gophers on Ferry field's cinder
oval in the first dual meet for
each school, for the Wolverine's
performance in this affair will give
the dopesters something to talk
about.whgn they come to set down
on paper the outstanding competi-
tors for the middle west track
crown which will be at stake in a
couple of weeks. Coach Chuck
Hoyt's men are now the holders of
that honor and will have to be at
their best to trod down the bids of
Wisconsin, Illinois, and Ohio State.
Only Home Appearance.
Although Michigan has shot its
big gun in the big relay events it will
be no easy team to beat in the in-
dividual competition. Tomorrow's
meet will see the greatest of the
1931 track stars flash through their
performances in the best possible
form that they will attain this sea-
son, and it will be the local fans'
only opportunity to see such out-
standing track men as Eddie Tolan.
holder of the official world's rec-
ord for the century, and Perry Aus-
tin, the greatest two miler ever de-
veloped at this college where "out-
standing athletes are no rarity, be-
fore these men pass off the scene
for the last time.
Entry lists for the Wolverine con-
tenders will be announced today,
Coach Hoyt said, but the outstand-
ing men who took part in the re-
lays are sure to be on the honor
list which is bound to be large in
order that as many of the men as
possible can get an opportunity to
get into action. Minnesota's ag-
gregation 'has not been listed for
entries as yet, but the whole squad
will be centered around such stars
as Capt. Hass, Scheifeley, Heckle,
Close Race in Dash.
Tolan looks like an easy winner,
in the dash where the real fight
will come between Hass and Jack
Campbell for second honors. A win
for Jack in this meet will bode well
'or an extra point or two for the
Wclves when the boys get together
down at Evanston for the Big Ten
Such stars as Russell, DeBaker,
and Glading will be among the
starters in the quarter; Turner and
Braden will be carrying the rank-
ing honors in the half; Wolfe and
Fitzgibbons can be depended on to
cop at least first place in the mile;
while Austin, Hill, and Howell
should cinch the two-mile. In the
120 yard high and the 220 low hur-
dles, Coach Hoyt will depend on
Egleston, and Haefele to bring
hG me the honors in these timber-
topping events, with Gafill doing
his best to place in the high jump.
WEAK ON GREENS
Fast 440 Anticipated
for Quad Track Meet
C H I C A G O, May 7.-(X)-A
quarter-mile in 45 seconds or
less may be produced Saturday
afternoon on Stagg Field when
four of the leading 440 men of
the Big Ten get together in the
O h i o-Wisconsin-Northwestern-
C h i c a g o quadrangular meet.
Dale Letts of Chicago did 48.3
last week without being pushed
at Iowa, and Bill Bloor of Ohio,
Dick McAuliffe of Northwestern,
and Bill Henke of Wisconsin
have all been under 49.
VARSITY TO FACE
Compton Likely to Take Mound
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dividual mark of .396, while Smil-
goff, sensational sophomore slug-
ger and outfielder, is second with
.356. This sophomore star has per-
formed so well this season that
Coach Lowman has placed him in
the lineup as cleanup man.
Several other Wisconsin men
have shown ability with the stick
as well as in the field. Poser, vet-
eran outfielder and hurler, is bat-
ting well above .300, as is Lusby.
right field, and Schendel, short-
Should the Wolverines win to-
day they will remain within strik-
ing distance of the leaders, and
Wisconsin will probably be elimin-
ated from the title race.
All the world 'will honor
Mother fan that day.
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a result of his illness, is still able
to give 'Old Man Par' a tussle foi
18 holes, but it is doubtful if he will
be strong enough to tackle a singles
opponent Saturday after his morn-
ing doubles match.
The Northwestern team will ar-
rive in Ann Arbor sometime today
for a preliminary tour of the course,
in an effort to become acquainted
with the hazardous bunkers and
tricky greens. Smarting under the
14-4 defeat suffered at the hands
of the Illinois sharpshooters earlier
in the week, the Evanston boys will
be out to vent their wrath on some-
body or other, so the match tomor-
row cannot be taken lightly.
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