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June 06, 1931 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1931-06-06

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iiga Enters Four inIneclgitTr
D. Cicosn rwaoB Lone Representative of Middle West TRAmranLae
inAnnual Intercollegiate Rcs tPoughkeepsie June 16 AmWin L ei
TV EflIME ,l Philadelphia ...... 31 11 .7
H[C i 1 t l N wh Yon ....24 18.51
---_ Cleveland ......... 23 21 .5
olam, Camipbell, e hrS cores 296fr72 Chicago.... . .... 184 .4
to Represent H ole Clnd9 ose St. Lui ......... 15 24, .3
S: Field.'I.. ..Ron;Jrd Detroit......9 29 .31
tggWth Card of 297. Boton...........15~ 28 .3
seaon.f.130 CAR C;SIE Scotland, June 5- NatioalI Leau
competwein theopNchmini127toawo StLOS.......712.
icodaytehn the "e * x Tommy Armour, American S.L i ,.... W I, P
Tegi arte t hmion- he British open golf championship New Yo k ......24 1 .60
Thed ac ~amet 1;h. after Jose Juiado, the Argentine Chicago........... 23 17 ..5
Ed Turner, half- tstssdaa a great chance Botn.....2 205
ax n te hmmr « : °:, ¢ $for victory on the last nine holes. Brooklyn.....21 22 .4
$r :Armour's score was 296 for 72 holes. Philadelphia....19 23 ,4
ofai. lour, known as the "Black Citsbuigh.......19 24 4
.nve:tisSct and a veteran ofC some oth incinnatithe........ 12 32 2
the preliminaries h ...y. I hardest fighting of the World wa, ---
3 o'lc1etr finished with a par-cracking 71 -....__~~
ix events in the ~... - after previous rounds of 73-75-77. . W TR~A Y O K R
re rn of, ll x- .". : "He was five strokes back of Ju- All clothing should be remo
tw e run s :f,,all.c: rado at the start of the final round from Waerman gym lockers b e
is Career. an1orsrks aka h n June 20. After that date lock
il oa edhsof the first nine but where he came wl ernvtd
.,F!in in par, Jur ado went to pieces. Studbe enotsdrn. o s y
Ls Maize and Blue -="" " . PraeL if he orer cothSat-dusdring ue scool
bids for Wykoff's AsoitdPrsIht Armour, thcomeicth m-elities drn umrsho
~ndSipso'sinteur champion, succeeds Bobby secure new assignments at treas
and Smpsons in Strong crew including four veerans, whih will r epresent the Universiy of Wisconsin in the Poug- Jones as the British open king er's office. Summer locker fee
chane toefeath keepsie regatta this spring. T.his crew will be the middle west's only representative in' the annual meet making it ten out of the last 11 etroe ee5 ets eu
retsatTanLeft to right they are: Coxswain, Miller; Stroke, Woodward; No. 7, Zabel; No. 6, Captain Oberdick; No. 5, (Cniudo'ae )uo eun
peat bu he s aSmedal; No. 4 Silbernagel; No. 3, Dutton; No. 2, mdc; No. 1 (low), Hovey - - _ _ _ __ - .-_ _
Seat, but he 1Sas_,_y.___

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