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E MICHIGAN

DAILY

san

Qualifies

15 Men in Big Ten Finals Today

SECM D TO I
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CANADIAN, UNITED STATES TENNIS ST ARS BATTLE
ON EVEN TERMS IN DAVIS CUP PLAY AT.,MONTREAL

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Illinois Also Threaten to Take
e Title; Hoytmen Qualify
Every Eyent Entered.

n, Ill.,
'wd of
cold'
to at-
,I all-

as
8,
lr- 1

heat to
row.

urprise in the
ified with Egle-
Michigan's col-
hrough to take
- and 220-yard
o qualified for
id Murray ran
of Illinois in
e on the qual-
Maroon fav-

ll, Wolverine quarter-
he pace in his heat of
rd dash and qualified
>est time, covering the
50.4' seconds. Glading
ed in this event for the
ichigan's only qualifier
-mile was Ned Turner,
econd to Brown, Ohio's
dster.
Sin Field Events.
y weak in the field
Wolverines gained most
ices on the track, with
men earning the right
in tomorrow's cham-
eet via the field route.
the broad jump, quali-
Maize and Blue, as did
hammer and Dougal in

Gordon, (Iowa) ; Hoiston, (Ohio);
Bertelsman (Ill.); Sentman, (Il);
Crouch, (Ind.), Pass (Minn.) ; Klein
(Mich.) ; Murphy, (Ill.); Heckman,)
(Ind.); Gohl (Purdue). Best jump
by Gordon 24 feet, 1 m/inches.
Half-mile run: (All Qualify) first
heat- Won by Lstts, (Chicago);
Bloor (Ohio), second; Lindall, (Ill,
third. Time 1:59.8. Second heat-w
Won by Beetham, (Ohio); Bates,
(Ind.), second; Nelson (Chicago), 4
third. Time 2:00.8. Third heat -
Brown (Ohio) first; Turne , (Mich-1
igan), second; Skowbo (Iowa),I
third. Time 1:59.2.
Discus throw-Qualifiers: Kabat
(Wis.); Purma, (Ill.); Simmons.
(Wis.); Woungerman, (Iowa); Dill-
ner (Mn.); Behr (Wis) ; Massey, Cnd;adteHtdSae
(Iowa); Hall (Ohio); Sc h m i d Canada and the United State
(Ohio); Celaya (Ill.); 'best distance when Marcel Ranville conquered a
by Kabat 149 feet 3/4 inches. scored by the Canadians over a Un
Javeli throw qualffiers-Weldon to right, are: Marcel Rainville, Dr.
(Iowa); Robinson (Ill.); Nelson-
(Iowa); Nowotny .(Wis.); Curry HORSESHOEFINALS
(Purdue); Dougal, (Mich); Nee H O IA S
(Wis.). Best distance by Weldon, TO BE HELD TODA Y
191 ft., 3 3/4 inches. ----
Hammer throw, Qualifiers: Hills Tau Delta Phi Turns in Win
(Ill.); Biddinger (Ind.) ; Cox, (Mich- Over 1930 Winners und
igan),; Youngerman (Iowa); Cor-
nog (Iowa); Frisch (Wis.); Mathies Shows Strong Team.
(Iowa); Stadler (Iowa); Ho11e
(Minn.); Beery (Ohio). Best dis- Fraternity and All-Chmpus sin-
tance by Hills-141 ft., 5%/2 inches. gles horseshoes competition reaches
440-yard dash - first heat: Won the semi-final and final playoffs
by Russell, (Mich.); Teitelbaum, today. The former teams will play
(Ohio), second; Miller (Purdue), at 2:00 in two games: Delta Alpha
third; Time 50.40. Second heat-
Won by Bloor (Ohio); McAuliffe Epsilon vs. Tau Delta Phi, and Al-
(N. U.);. Second time 50.6. Third pha Kappa Lambda vs. ,Alpha Chi
heat-Won by Heyne (N. U.); Rho. In the latter at 3:00, H. Ross
Parks (Ind.), second; Time 50.5. meets K, Goellner while H. Dia-
Fourth heat- Won by Algerquistmeetke lerwie H.Da-
(Iowa); Glading t(ich.), second; mond tackles the winne f sLa
Mitchell (Wis), third., Time 50.50. son and L. Brown. The finals are
Qualifiers: Russell, (Mich.); Teit- carded for four o'clock.
elbaum (Ohio); Bloor Ohio); Mc- The fraternity lineups are as fol-
Auliffe (N. U.); Heyne (N. U.); lows: A.K.L. firs team, H. Simon
Parks ,(Ind.); Largerquist (Iowa); and Ii. Baker; second team, Becker
Glading, (Mich.) Best time by Rus- and Ayres; third team, H. Wise and
sell, 50.40. E. Oldman. They meet the follow-
Shot put - Qualifiers: M u n n ing of Alpha Chi Rho: first team,
(Minn.); Behr (Wis.); Kabat (Wis.), Bevis and Renick; second team,
Purna (Ill.); Gnabah (Wis.); Sim- Ostrander and. Rea; third team,
mons (Wis.); Biddinger (Ind.); White and Schaefer.n d
Sanse, (Iowa); Warrington (Iowa); The other contest includes from
Engebretsen (N. U.). Best distance Tau Delta Phi, first team, two of
En-rMunn 47 feet, 11 3/4 inches. three men, S. Henken, H. Jurow,
120-yard high hurdles-Qualifiers Krueger . and tea hd Wei
-Seritman (Ill.); Haefele (Michi- Zipperstein and M. Marx. D.A.E.
gan); Keller (0. 5. U.); Scheifley puts in the field, first team, Dar-
(Minn.); Hatfield (Ind.); Egleston row and Law; second team, T. Per-
(Michigan); Best time -14.8 by kins and N. Tuttle third team J.
Sentman, Keller, and Hatfield. Spencer and R. Miller.
100-yard Dash - first heat-Won Tau Delta Phi just defeated last
by Tolan (Michigan) Keller (O. E. year's winners Delta Upsilon and
U.) 'second; Gordon (Ind.), third; have a strong team, but the other
time 9.8. Second heat-Won by J. three contenders are about on the
Hass (Minn.)-; Comway (Iowa), sec- same level so the play today will
ond; Cave, (Ill.), third; time 9.8. be close and interesting. The All-
Third heat--Won 'by Fazekas (O. S. Campus players present like com-
U.); Camiel (lfigan) second; petition.
Hampton '(1.), third; time :09.7. ._
Qualifiers - '7f li (Michigan); MANERO BEATEN
Keller (Ohio); J. Hass (Minn.);
Conway ( wh); Fazeolas (Ohio); IN $5,000 MEET
Camipbel, Mtehaga).
LEEDS, England, May 22.-(P)-
NEW YORK, May 21.-(IP)- The Tony Manero of the Norwood Coun-
U. S. G. A. announced today that try Club,' N. J., tody was eliminated
1,127 entries had been received for from the $5,000 Leeds professional
the 1931 open championship, to be golf tournament in the semi-final
played at Inverness, in Toledo, July round by E. R. Whitcombe, British,
2 to 4. This number is 50 less than Ryder Cup player. The score was
last year. two and one.

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
National League.

s entered the second .ay of play at Montreal with one victory apiece
Sidney B. Wood, Jr.,.of the American teami It was the first victory ever
tited States entry in the Davis cup play. The Canadian team above> left
Jack Wright, Walter Martin, and Gilbert Nunns.

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Brkln. ... 001 002 000 3
Phil. .... 100 010 000 2
Vance Quinn and Lopez;
Watt and Davis.
Second game.
Brkln. ... 003 001 001 5
Phil. ...000 x10 100 2
Shaute and Lombardi;
and Davis.

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Benge,
10 1
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Collins

iFCE SEVERE
IN IL-IHIU

III

Dick Martin Retarns to I
Squad; May Meet Lenfe
in Feature Playoff.
Fresh from their victory
Chicago, Thursday, Coach TI
Trueblood and his Maize and
mashie-wielders are nervously
ing for the call to the first to
morning at the Urbana Cc
Club where they will undou
receive their most severe test
season.
The powerful Ilni, champi
the Western Conference in
and undefeated thus far in
are once more at their full str
for the match with the Wolve
Dick Martin, who edged out "(
Hicks for individual honors i
Big Ten meet last season, hw
ceeded in working off a temp
ineligibility, and will play ii
number one position, most pro
against Jack Lenfesty.
Indications are that the
captains will meet each otl
(Continued on Page 7)

YEARLINGNINE,8-0
Waterbor and Ferguson Make
Fine Performances on
First Year Team.
The yearling baseball team took
a 9-0 beating from- the Varsity in
a cold five-inning contest yesterday
afternoon. The Varsity hit the
offerings of Wistert, the freshman
pitcher, hard and frequently to
pile up the nine-run margin in the
first two innings.
The lineup of the Varsity includ-
ed all the regulars with the excep-
tion of Tompkins, whose place was
taken for the day by Eastman.
Manuel, on the mound, kept the
plebe team under control at all
times., Moody played at first base
for the Varsity in place 'of Sol 'Hud-
son, who was relegated to right
field on account of an injury.
Waterbor, at shortstop for the
.freshmen, appeared from yester-
day's performance to be the pick of
the yearling infield. Ferguson in
center field turned in a :stellar per-
formance, judging long hits from
Hudson's bat with infallible accur-
acy and returning the ball from
deep center with considerable speed.
These men appear to be the most
likely preferences for the Varsity
next year.

HOME RUNS
Herman ..................Robins
Frederick . .... .......Robins
Whitney...................Phillies

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by Campbell (Michigan); Fer-
n, (Iowa); Rice, (Wis.), third.
. 12:6. Third heat -Won by
pton, (Ill.); Murray, (Michi-
, second; East, (Chicago),
. Time 21.9. Fourth heat-'
by Fazekas, (Ohio); Conway
a) second; Noyes, (Michigan),
. Time :21.6.
alifiers - Tolan, (Mich.); J.
, (,Minn.); Campbell, (Mich.) ;
ison, (Iowa); Hampton, (-Ill.);
ay, (Mich.); Fazekas, (Ohio);
ray, (Iowa). Best time-By To--
1.5.
'-yard'low hurdles-First heat
n by Sentman (Ill.) ; Hatfield
), second; Black (Ohio), third.
:24. Second heat - Won by
r, (Ohio); Jackson, (Mich.);
id; Scheifley, (Minn.), third.
:23.8. Third heat-Won by
ton, (Mich.).; Cave (Ills), sec-
Lee (Wis.) third. Time :23.9.
alifiers - Sentman (Ill.); Hat-
(-Ind.); Keller, (Ohio); Jack-
(Mich.); Egleston, (Mich.);
(Ill.). Best time by Keller,

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