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May 09, 1931 - Image 7

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'HIGAN DAY!

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LAST HOME APPEARANCE

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TO MEET440 STAR HOPES
TO WIN HONORS
Austin Will Perform I
Home Crowds for
t Time Today.
nter 38 Men in Only !
feet of Year Which
arts at 2:30.
an, world's record holder
-yard dash mark and
lverineddash man for A
'ee years on both indoor,
r tracks will be running.....-...*
ompetition on the Ferry
this afternoon when
nce champion Michigan
meets the Minnesota1

thinclads in the only home meet on
the outdoor schedule. The meet is
scheduled to start at 2:30.
Several other Michigan track
luminaries from among the 38 en-
tries announced yesterday by Coach
Chuck Hoyt will be running before
the home crowds for the last time
also, including Perry Austin, lanky
distance runner who has developed
into the fastest two-miler ever to
run for this institution, and Capt.
John Pottle, who ranks as the lead-
ing pole vaulter on the Michigan
squad this year.
Rains Will Make Track Slow.
Rains yesterday have settled the
track somewhat and with the heavy
underfooting it is doubtful if the
tracksters will be able to set any
new records, but the records should
be on a par with those of other
meets for the Wolverines boast one
of the best all-round teams seen
around here in several seasons. The
Gophers, too,. have considerable
strength centering in the dash, the
hurdles, the shot and the high
jump. They should cop the honors
in the latter two events, but Mich-
igan looks good for firsts in most
of the other 13 events on the pro-
gram.
If the weather holds good the
meet will draw a large crowd of
homecoming visitors supplementing
the student fans to make one of
the biggest tiack turnouts of the
year.
Hoyt Gives Wolverine Lineups.
Entries - announced by Coach
,Hoyt yesterday include Tolan, Mur-
ray, Campbell and Smythe in the
sprints with Noyes taking Smythe's
place in the 220; Russell, Glading,
and Eknovich in the 440; Turner,
Braden, Crawford, Mueller in the
880; Wolfe, Fitzgibbons, Feustal and
Smith in the mile; Austin, Howell,
Jnd Hill in the two mile; Egleston,
Jackson and Haefele in the high
hurdles; Egleston, DeBaker and
either Jackson or Haefele in the
law hurdles; Pottle, Humphrey,
Dougal in the pole vault; Noyes,
O'Neil and Gafill in the high jump;
Klein, Noyes, O'Neil and Latta in
the broad jump; Dougal, Hazen,
and Pottle in the javelin; Dravel-
lig, Dougal, and Goldsmith in the
discus; Cox, Dibble, Draveling, and'
Dougal in the hammer; and Gold-
smith and Draveling in the shot.
'M' BLANKET AWARDS
(Continued from Page 6)
Arthur Schlanderer..... hockey
Al Steinke...........football
wrestling
Charles Smyth ..... ...ack
Kenneth Stolpnan ..... fencing
Irving Valentine .....swimming
Joseph Woodard ......wrestling
Eddie Tolan............trackI
Detroit, Al Watrous, Oakland Hills
professional, recently made h i s
fifth hole in one on the thirteenth
at the Oakland Hills layout. Two
,of Watrous' former aces were made
on hole number 13, and he thinks
13 is his lucky number.

Member of the fastest mile relay
1 quartet ever developed at Michigan,
who will be entered in th 440 event
this afternoon when the Wolves
take on the Gophers at Ferry field.
Russell is ranking man in the quar-
ter mile which is his favorite event.
COLFERS TO PLAY
OVER NEW COURSE
Both Teams Practiced Yesterday
With Par Scores; Matches
Begin at 8:45, 1:30.
(Continued from Page 6)
Trueblood was undecided as to
whether Johnny Howard, would get
the assignment for both singles and
doubles. It is a forgone conclusion
that he will pair with Lenfesty in
the morning doubles, but whether
or not he is strong enough to par-
ticipate in the singles will only be
decided after the completion of the
Because of the Michigan-
Northwestern dual meet being
played today over the University
course, no one will be permitted
to play until the matches have
left the first tee. Also, no one
will be allowed to start after
12:30 until the afternoon singles
matches have started.
morning round. Royston and Liv-
ingston will constitute the number
two doubles combination. In thef
event that Howard's condition will
not warrant his playing in the aft-
ernoon singles, Uand appears to
have the best chance of filling his
place. However, Jolly is a possible
alternative.
The morning foursomes will leave
the tee at 8:45 o'clock, with the
singles matches starting probably
between 1 and 1:30.

WOLVERINE[S MEET
PURPLE NET SQUADI
Coach Johnstone Entrains With
Seven Men to Avenge Last
Year's Defeat.
(Continued From Page 6)
ings. A newcomer to the squad,
Ranck, is expected to take Sher-
man's place in the lineup.
The Michigan team will be out to
avenge a 5-4 setback handed them
by the Wildea~s Jast vear ",n the
first meet of the season. To ac-
comolish this feat Johnstone will
send his strongest possible lineun
into the meet, but will with-hold
his decisions on pairings to the
last minute in order to get the
men pitted against the opponents
whom he thinks they have the
most chance to beat.
Ranck Renlaces Sherman in Singles.
The Maize and Blue singles con-
tingent will be made up of Ranck,
in place of Sherman, Captain
Brace, Hammer, Ryan, Clarke, and
Reindel. All of these men except
Ranck will also take a part in the
doubles matches, the probable pair-
ings for these being Hammer and
Clarke in one duo, Ryan and Brace
in another, and Mills and Reindel
in the third. Mills will not engage
in a singles match.
The Northwestern team that will
face the Wolverines h a made a
good record for itself in erly spring
competition and is well equipped
to give the Michigan players a tus-
sle. Bert Rhiel, one of the stars of
the Wildcat, championship basket-
ball team, captains the net squad
and will be one of the most feared
men in the singles matches. The
Northwestern number one man is
expected to be Dodge, a brilliant
sophomore performer who has been
traveling at a rapid clip all sea-
son, while Euans is also a cinch to
fill one of the singles posts. The
remainder of the Northwestern
lineup is undecided.

Two Practice Grid Teams Will Meet Today
for Final Game With Alumni Cup at Stake
PROBABLE LINEUPS a starting lineup yesterday, he stat-
Blue , Yellow ed his intention of using substitutes
Hozer~........RE.......Hoerat every opportunity, with the pu:-
Slohetga...,...RT....... Cantvrl pose of giving everyone a chance
Sikkenga. RG. ..Conover to show his wares in real competi-
Morrison......C......Bernard tion. With the spring practice ses-
OehmanL......L......Kowalik sions culminating in today's game,
Miller........LT.....Chapman the Maize and Blue warriors will
Stone........LE......Petoskey put away their football togs until-
Stinespring .. . QB......Holland Coach Kipke and his staff issue
Everhardus ....HB.......Renner the first call for the Wolverine
Newmaon.......HFB.......H..tonysquad next fall. Approximately 6 ;0
Moulton......FB.........Fay men will receive bids to report for
Two Wclverinp elevens will clash practice ai that time as recognition
at ten o'clock today on the Ferry weeks
Field gridiron in the final reckon- .I- -- - -
ing of the 1931 spring training sea- CHICAGO-Friday, May 8, will beI
son. Much will depend upon the "Joe McCarthy Day" when the for-I
show of several freshman grid- iner Cub manager comes to Comis-
ders in today's encounter, as the ky park with his New York Yankees.
traditional Chicago Alumni trophy The program will start at the ball
will be finally decided upon next park and end with a banquet.
Tuesday night.
T The spring trophy whic.h is ~~-~------_
awarded to the most outstanding
freshman on the basis of attitude,
attendance, and development, has
several strong bidders. Among these
are Everhardus, Heston, and Fay,
backfield men, and Petoskey, end.
Although Coach Kipke has issued

With 12 games already run off
in the Faculty baseball competition,
a comparative standings box has
been drawn up for the benefit of
the teams entered in the league
this spring. This league will con-
tinue until all scheduled matches
are played off and the four first
division teams can be thus selected
from the standings.
The concluding arrangements are
for a double-elimination tourna-
ment, each loser going into a loser's
tourney, so that each team will get
to play two games, and the final
winner of the losers meeting the.
winner of the victorious brackets
for the title. In case the winner of
the losers takes this final game,
there will have to be another con-

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to decide the championship in order
to keep the two-game rule.
BADMINTON
All-Campus Badminton competi-
tion has advanced to the point
where there are but seven men left
out of the 38 that started some time
ago. One man has advanced into
the quarter-final brackets, R. N.
Shaw, while six others are paired
in three matches to decide the other
quarter players.
Three officers of the R. O. T. C.
unit are entered in the play and
still going. Captain Lord is carded
to clash with'Lieutenant Coursey in
another.
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