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THE MICHICAN DAILY

FIELD

III

II NS BIG TEN TITLE
10 Points for Wolverines as'
100, 220 Yard Dashes;
lps Set New Record.
STON, ord).
220 yard low hurdles-Won by
of nKeller (Ohio): Sentman (Ill.) sec-
lerun o Egeston (Mich.) third: Cave
(Ill) fourth: Hafield (Ind.)fifth:

PtAY FORTITLES,
Conference Golf Championships
Will Be Played Over New
University Course.
Two of Michigan's spring sports
will be brought to a close with
Western Conference championship
meets this week-end. The Wolver-I
ine golf team will be host to the
other Big Ten squads, while the

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ishing with ime :23.5 tennis team will journey to Colum-
y of Illinois Pole vault--Won by W a r n e bus to defend its title. Ray Fisher's1
e Wolverine (Northwestern): Beecher (I n d.) baseball nine will meet two Con-
inners time' and McDermott (Ill.) tied for sec- ference opponents, Ohio State and,
ond: Lovshin (Wis.) fourth: Len- Wisconsin, both of which have been
stance&star nigton (Ill.) Pottle (Mich.) and showing up exceedingly well on the
trough With antz(Ohio) tied for fifth; Height diamond in recent engagements.
lash, cover- ft. 9 11-12 iches. The new University golf course
48.7 seconds Runming highl jump-Shaw (Wis.) will be the scene of action in the
t the begin- and Hackle (Minn.) tied for first: Conference championships. Golfers
finish line Gordon (Iowa) t h i r d: Russell representing every Big Ten school
over David- (Ohio) and Corp (Wis) tied for will tee off Friday for the first
Glading of fifth: distance' 6 ft. 2 inches. day's play. The tournament will
alance and 'Uunningb road jump-Won by' continue through Saturday, with
ark and did Gordon (Iowa): Hoiston (Ohio) 36 holes being played on both days.
second: Bertelsn an (Ill,) third;' Illinois Favored.
ISentman (Ill.) fourth: Behr (Wis.) Illinois stands the favorite to re-
prnts. fifth. Distance 24 ft. 1 1-2 inches. tain its title, having its entire 1930
rine sy - Dnuss throw-Won by Kabat team back in competition. The Illi-
b - (Wis.): Purma (Ill.) s e c o n d: ni aggregation is composed of Mar-
sprinters to Youngerman (Iowa) third: Sim- tin, Lyon, Crowe, and Alpert. Last
ind 220 yard mops (Wis.) fourth: Behr (Wis.) year's total for the Illini was 1,247.
e 100 yard fifth. Distance 150 ft. 10 1-2 inches. Martin was the individual winner
ecord. John gan (Eknovich, DeBaker, Glading Michigan, with a team card of
a n d Russell): Indiana second: 1,258, annexed the runner-upj posi-
shed second, Northwestern third: Ohio State tion last year. Three members of
the winer fourth: Wisconsin fifth. Time 3:18.- the team, Royston, Lenfesty, and
.thnrdaind 5. (New Conference record). Howard, are entered again. With
igan gained. Michigan's wealth of new material
and a third Javelin throw-Won by Weldon which has been playing an excell-
(Iowa): Robinson (Ill.) second: ent brand of golf and the fact that
r d i e r and Curry (Purdue) third: Nowotny the Wolverine team tied a dual
n the cen- (Wis.) fourth: Nelson (Iowa) fifth. meet with Illinois, the Maize and
of strength Distance 191 ft. 4 1-4 inches. Blue chances for a championship
had to be Hairnner throiw-Won by Hills are running high.
in the next (Ill.): Frisch (Wis.) second: Bid- Play Gophers, Tuesday.
igh hurdles. dinger (Ind.) third: Cox (Mich.) Most of the rem'aining teams
eaking pace fourth: Youngerman (Iowa) fifth. have at least two members of their
the existing Distance 153 ft. 2 1-4 inches. scuads who competed in the chain-
a well as One mile-Won by Leas (Ind.) pionships a year ago. The golfers
ff the West- Kirk (Wis.) second: Woolsey (Ill.) will meet Minnesota here on Tues-
d made by third; Wolfe (Mich.) fourth Golds- day in the last 'dual meet of the
te in 1925.' worthy, (Wis.) fifth.- Time 4;.8.6. year.-
,rting blocks 440 yard dash-Won by Russell Coach John Johnstone's tennis
t his record (Mich.): Davidson (Wis.) second: team will encounter the Gophers
Heyne (Northwestern): third Lag- here on Monday in the final dual
d1, Fourth. erquist (Iowa) fourth: McCauliffe match of thelseason. The Confer-
an placed (Northwestern) fifth. Time :41.7. ence tournament will take place at
high hurd- 100 yard daas-Won by Tolan Columbus on Thursday, Friday, and
eld of Ilndi- (Mich.): J. Hass (Minn.) second: Saturday. Captain Brace, Hammer,
in the 220 Fazekas ,(Ohio) third: Campbell Ryan, Reindel, Clarke, Sherman,
rst in :23.5 (Mich.) fourth: Keller (Ohio) fifth. and Ranck will uphold the honor of
d . Egleston Time :9.6. . the Maize and Blue in the titular
e of Illinois 120 yard hith hurdles--Won b affair.

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Shot put-Won by Munn (Minn.):
Behr (Wis.) second: Kabat (Wis.)
third Purma (Ill.) fourth: Biddin-
ger (Ind.) fifth. Distance 48 ft. 8 1-2
inch~es.
Half mile run-Won by Letts
(Chicago): Turner (Mich.) second:
Brown (Ohio) third: Skowbo (Iowa)
fourth: Iindall (Ill.) fifth. ' Time
1:54.4.

Nine Plays Two Games.
Michigan will engage two fast
moving ball teams this week when
it meets Ohio State at Columbus
on Tuesday and plays Wisconsin on
Ferry field on Saturday. Both Wol-
verine opponents have taken the
mgieasure of championship favorites
in the last week, Ohio having down-
ed Illinois, 10 to 5, and the Cardi-
nals smothering Northwestern 13 to
2.
The initial game with the Buck-
eyes this spring was rained out
when less than two innings had
been played. Two weeks ago the
Wolverines defeated Wisconsin, but1
the Badgers have shown vast im-
provement since then while Michi-
gan's work at the plate has dropped
off.
Eddie Tolan will be Michigan's
lone representative in the national
intercollegiate meet at Philadelphia
on Friday and Saturday. Tolan will
be entered in both dashes, compet-
ing against Frank Wykoff of South-

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