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IDAY, MAY 20, 1932.
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TH' MICHIAN DAILY PAG

W7INS BLLGAME

Tile M eet Increases Net Title-opes .

HOYTMEN AT EVANSTON
(Continuzed from Page 63)

nual Baseball Meet Produces
New Record in Bunt-
And-Run Race.
ne record was broken in thc In-
miural department baseball field
, held on the Varsity diamond
terday afternoon. John Thorn-
g was the record - breaker,
shing the standing mark in the
it and run event, which he cap-
ed in the excellent time of 0:03.6,
,ering the old' mark by two-
ths of asecond. Thornburg also
i the zone throw with a, total of
oints, nosing out Mintz 'and. 01-
ik, who tied for second place.
content with this showing
rbnurg annexed second place in
throw for distance.
iazen also was a double-winner,
fshing first i n the distance
owing event and in the fungo
ting competition. Prouse was
and in the latter evnt with Le-
.ne taking third. In the former
:petition Thornburg and Muel-
followed tie winner.
i tie for first place resulted in
y base run against time. Horton
I McCormick each registering the
.e of :15 for their winning marks.
,h and Mueller drew for second
ce, finishing six-tenths of a sec-
I behind the leaders.
n the final event on the pro-
m, the target throw, McCormick
erged victorious with a score of
points out of a possible total of
points. Douglas, Sarkozy and
ran tied\ for second.
HOLE IN ONE
d Marback shot a hole in one on
180-yardt eighth hole on the
iversity Golf, Course" this after-
n. He was playing with Dr. Cohn
Rae, Dr. E. Hand, and Dr. C.
ery at the time.
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by Albert Newman
Michigan's chances for a good
position in the results of the. Big
'You Tennis tournament this week-
end were increased yesterday by a
flash of form displayed by them in
a meet with Northwestern's Wild-
cats at Evanston Wednesday. The
meet was played at that time as
the result of a previous postpone-
ment.
The biggest change in the re-
suilts was evidenced by Capt. Colby
Ryan's victory over Capt. Nelson
Dcdge of the Wildcats. Dodge, in
the postponed meet, defeated Ryan
easily. Obviously, the Wolverine
leader must be at top form for the
w;eek-end of competition.
Snell and Reindel showed that
they were in form again in taking
their matches. Reindel's victory in
the singles was another reversal of
form, as he lost in the first meet.
Again the besetting weakness of

Michigan net teams stopped the
Wolves from a .win. The doubles
competition left the Wolves on the
short end in the results of two
crucial matches. Ryan and Clarkel
in the number one doubles, how-I
ever, ne rly succeeded in winning.
Nevertheless, these results showl
that the Maize and Blue cannot1
expect many points from doubles
competition in the tourney.
Seeral outstanding players from
the universities of the Big Ten are
concedcd excellent chances to go
places in the singles division of th.e
meet. Donnison of Ohio State is
rated highly, as are Lejack, Illinois;
Britzius, Minnesota; and Dodge, of
Northwestern. Ryan of Michigan is
placed in the running by his defeat
Wednesday of Dodge, one of the
recognied favorites.
According to results of the dual

son, has the-.best--chance to pull to take the broad jump points.

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through. Chicago should be up in
the running. Next come Michigan,
Northwestern, and Minnesota, about
on a par as the result of matches
ending in ties. Illinois has a fair
aggregdtion which may e able to
come through or. strength, while
Wisconsin is considered below the
Illini, Purdue, fair, and Indiana
and Iowa weak, with the Hawkeyes
at the bottom of the list.
Michigan's chances may be sum-
med up as Assets: Ryan, who is
coming back, Snell, of whom we
suspect something surprising, Rein-I
del, with an iinuroved game, and!
Clarke, who may come back in the
tourney. Liabilities: Jery poor dou-
bles ability, unfamiliar surroan r-c
ings and courts, possibilt of tn
unfortunate draw, a weeiend in
Evanston.

meet, Ohio State, leaded by Denni-I

In naming the team to travel to
Northwestern, 'Hoyt was unable to
pick a complete team, for the mile
relay, in which the Maize and Blue
are presenting the strongest 'quar-
tet of the Conference, but he cited
DeBaker and Captain Russell as

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LGOLFERS AT MINNESOTA
(Continued from Page 6)
ler in ability and are being counted
an to add to the Ohio total. Anoth-
er golfer who will have to be con-
sidered until the last putt rolls into
the cup is Ed Bolstead of Minnesota
who placed third last year.
sure choices, and Turner, Lemen,
Ellerby and Glading a; alternatives
for the running.

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Jimmy Fox slugged out his elev-
enth home run of the season with
the bases loaded in the first inning
against Boston yesterday to give
his club a 4 to 2 victory. Foxx leads |
both leagues inhomers.
Perry McNeal Takes
, Rifle-Shooting Title
After complications which re-
sulted in a slight delay in the
play-offs, the All-Campus Rifle
shooting contest was finally com-
pleted with Perry MacNeal at the
head of the list.
Early in the tourney MacNeal
and Lawrence WevmouLh, who was
last year's title winner, shot to a
tie at 8 points. After most of the
surprisingly large number of the 36
contestants had been eliminated,
the two leaders went at it again,
with the result that Weymouth was
dropped back to third place. Herb-
ert Gardner took second honors,
stepping in between MacNeal and
Weymouth.
All shooting was done from prone
position, with ten tries allowed
each entrant.

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