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'THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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oyston Wades Through Sloppy'
Faivways Pin Morning for
Best Individual Card.
Playing under conditions any-
.ing but conducive to good golf,
Achigan yesterday defeated the
>rthwestern sharpshooters, by 'ac-
Azfulating a total of 12% points'
hile the Wildcats were garnering

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Laiy . . . . ............Yanks
Reynolds ............ White Sox
Foxx ................ Athletics
Wright 9 (2)..........Robins
P. Warner............Pirates
Stevenson..............Cubs
Hornsby................Cubs
English ................Cbs
Hogan................Giants
Jackson..............Giants
Collins.............Cardinals
tt- ..........Giants
TRACK SUMMARIES

ut the day, a steady
red the efforts of both
ppery grips and wetl
ed many strokes to the
th the Wolverines and

of'

100-yard dash -Won by Tolan
(M) J. Haas (Minr' cnd, Camp-
bell (M) third. Time :10.
One-mile run-- Won by Wolfe(M),
Rasmussen (Min,) second, Fitz-
gibbons (M) third. Time 4:33.8.
220-yard dash -Won by Tolan
(M), Campbell (M) second, J. Haas
(Minn.) third. Time :22.3.

the visitors. However, under the
conditions, several of the men turn-
ed in highly respectable cards.
Royston, the Wolverine captain, led'
the attack on 'old man Par' by
completing 15 holes in the morning
in only one over regulation figures.,
Hand, in his singles match with
Fredericks, contributed thenext
best effort. of the day when he
carded an excellent 77, to easily
win three points;
Jolly Given Chance.
After the completion of the
morning round, Coach Trueblood,
decided to give Jolly a chance to
display his wares against the in-
vaders instead of Livingston. Al-t
though the diminutive Wolverine
lost all three points in his match
he played very well and justified
the coach's choice.
The Wolverine siege guns made a
clean sweep of the morning doubles.I
Howard and Lenfesty defeating
Rogers and Wilson while Capt. Roy-
ston and Livingston were disposing'
of Damaske andsFredericks.
Lenfesty Loses.
In the afternoon singles, Len-
festy, ranking number one man on
the- Wolverine Varsity, took a neat
trimnilng at the hands of Capt.
Ollie Rpgers: The match was close
fought throughout, with the stocky
Michigan star very much in the
running until the home green.
There, confronted by much the
same sort of putt that he had in
the meet last week, the big Wol-
verine found that the hole in the
green was a little bit too small, and
was forced tocontent himself with
1/2 point while Rogers reaped the
major share of the spoils with 21/2
points.
Royston and Hand succeeded in
capturing their matches to give thel
Maize and Blue a safe margin of
victory.,

120-yard high hurdles-Won by
Scheifley (Minn.), Egleston =(M)
second, Haefele (MI) third. Time
:15.5.
440-yard run --- Won by, Russell
(M), Eknovich (M second, Glading
(M) third. Time :50.3.
Two-mile run - Won by Austin
(M), Howell (M) second, Hill (M)
third. Time 9:.47.5.
220-yard low hurdles - Won by
Scheifley . (Minn.), DeBaker (M)
second, Egleston (M) third. Time
t:25.4.
880-yard run - Won by Mueller
(M), Turner (M) second, e3aden
(M) third. Time 2:02.2.
19-pound shot put-Won by Munn
(Minn.), Goldsmith (M) second,
Dillner (Minn.) third. Distance 46
feet, 9% inches.
High jump - Won by Iackle
(Minn.), Gafill (M) second, NoyesI
(M) third. Height (1-feet.
Pole vault-Won by Pottle (M),
Humphrey (M) second, W. Haas
(Minn.) and Dougal I(M) tied for
third. Height 12 feet.
Discus throw - Won by Munn
(Minn.), Dougal (M) second, Dill-I
fner (Minn.) third. Distance 128
feet, 31 'inches.
Javelin throw - Won by Dougal
(M), Constans (Minn.) seend, Pot-
tle (M) third. Distance L75 feet, 5
inches.
Broad jump - Wo n b y P as s
(Minn.) Noye- (M) second, Klein
(M) third. Distance 22 feet, 4%/,
inches.
Hammer throw - Won by Cox
(M), Holle (Minn.) second, Dravel-
ing (M) third. Distance 1.43 feet, 2
inches.

Qualifying Rounds to Be 18
Holes; Ten to Play Matches.
Starting Monday and continuingl
through until next Sunday, the
qualifying rounds of the All-Cam-1
pus Golf tournament will be run
off on the University Golf Course.
A new ruling is announced by the
committee in charge, namely, thatl
the qualifying round will be limited
to 18 holes instead of 36 as formerly
stated for the tourney.
The balance of the event will be
run off in 18 hole matches until
the contestants reach the semi-
finals. Those rounds and the finals
will consist of 36 holes. At present
there are about 30 players entered
for the qualifying matches from
which number the ten lowest scores
will be taken and bracketed for
medal play.
It is the plan of the event for
this year that the University Golf
course will be used exclusively and
arrangements 1ave been made for
I the compting players to get off
the first tee without delay provided
Buckeyes Take First
in Quadrangular Meet
CHICAGO, May 10. -P)- Ohio
State's track and field squad, scor-
ing in every event but one, today
won the quadrangular meet, after
a hammer and tongs battle with
Wisconsin. The Buckeyes piled up
74 points, to 73 1/6 for the Badg-
ers. Chicago and Northwestern ac-
counted .for 15 and 13 1/3 points
respectively. I
After an upset victory for North-
western in the one-mile relay ap-
parently had ruined Ohio's chance
of winning the meet, Smith and
Goldstein took second and third in
the javelin, the final event, to give
the Buckeyes the needed point.
The meet was hotly contested all
the way and the result of almost
every event caused the lead to
change.
NEW YORK -- Red Woodworth,
Northiwestern gridiron star, won the
132- ile motor boat race from Al-
bany to New York yesterday. His
time for the trip was three hours
and ten minues.
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each man does not fail to bring
his notification card, which is the
only way the course management
will have of knowing who is en-
titled to the privilege. The furtier
caution is issued that all contest-
ants be at the course on time to
prevent late starts or a cruwded
course that may hinder favorabi c
play.
Award is Offred.
Awards for this event on theat--
letic calendar of the Intramal
Department will be a loving cup
trophy for the winner and a go ld
medal for the runner-up,
honors for the tourney of last
spring are at present in the proud
possession of A. D. Crosby and R.
D. Robinson, neither of which men
are entered in the competition
again this year.
Of the entries for qualifieation ,
there are at least four players that
are worthy of special attention. R.
S. Montague, who has played with
the Varsity golf team shoots a good
game that will keep him high in the
running. W. V. Park, who was the
honor man of last year's freshman
golf team, is another consistently
good player that is favored. Jack
Kirby competed last year and plays
a fairly good game that is worthy
of following, while the fourth man
of interest is Harvey Bauss, not
especially because of his game but
because he is out for everything
under the sun this spring in a con -
centrated effort to win the Individ-
ual and All-Around Championship.
Eight Play Monday.
Four matches will start the quali
fying rounds off Monday afternoun.
Clark will play Kelley starting at
noon; Bauss will tackle Calzery at
two o'clock; Yates and Fryer will
have started just one hour previous;
and Murphy with Bayerle will close
the days matches, starting off the
first tee at approximately 3:30 p. m.
Complete schedules of the re-
mainder of the week will be an-
nounced in the Daily as soon as
they are completely drawn up, but
there will also be notification cards
sent to each player giving the time
and opponent of his match. In the
event that such card is lost, the
contestant must report to the In-
tramural offices and secure a dupli-
cate in order to play.

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