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WIEDN]EDAY, MAY 25,-1932.

THE M1~T7-WGAN DALY?

PAGE THREE

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Sixteen

Trac kme--n
KELLER WINS IN BIG TE N MEET;

Will

Receive

Varsity

Letters

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THiRTEEN RESERV
WINNERS CHOSEN~
Cinder Squad Will Lse even
Major' Winners, Two
Secondary Men.
Five juniors, Six Sophomores
Receive Regular Letters as
Season Closes.
Sixteen members of Michigan's
outdoor track team were named
yesterday as winners of varsity let-
ters. Thirteen other men received
secondary awards.
Among the major letter winners
were included seven seniors, six
juniors, and three sophomores. Two
more seniors were winners of the
minor honor as were five juniors
and six sophomores.
Russell Wins Letter.
Captain Ed Russell, quarter-mile
champion of the Conference, heads
the list of seniors who received var-
sity awards. The other seniors in-
luded Booker Brooks, negro discus
champion of the Big Ten, Harmon
Wolfe, diminutive miler, and Don
Renwick, Michigan's star sprinter.
Other fourth yeqr men who won '
major M's were Jack Campbell,
veteran dash man, Francis Hazen,
javelin thrower, and Ben Glading,
440 star, and a member of Mich-
igan's title-winning relay team.
Fitzgibbons, a distance man and
Roberts, a javelin thrower, were thc
seniors to receive secondary awards.'
Turner, Mill Named.
Among the juniors who were
named as recipients of varsity let-
ters were Ned Turner, stellar half-
miler, Bill Hill, brilliant young dis- i
tance runner, Hawley Egleston, de-
pendable hurler, Roddy Cox, weight;
star, and Chuck DeBaker, who saw
service in the quarter-mile and on
the relay team during the season.
The remaining junior to win a
major letter was "Doc" Howell, two-
miler and captain-elt of the Cross
CoGuntry team. Howell had been idle
most of the spring season due to an
Injured knee, but was given a letter
as a gesture of good faith.I
Eknovich Given Minor.
Charles Eknovich, middle- dis-
tance and relay runner, Don Haefle,
hurler, Damrn and Dibble, weight
men, and Ostrander, a miler, were:
the third year men to capture sec-
ondary awards.
Of the sophomores to receive ma-
jor awards all three cinched them
by brilliant performances in the
Conference track meet. The win-
ners were Harold Ellerby, who in-
isheci third in the 440 and ran on
the relay team, Konrad Moissio, who
tied for second in the high jump,
and Ed Lemen, who placed in the
half-mile run.
Jumpers were prevalent in the
list- of sophomores who secured
minor letters. Northrop and Hum-
phrey, pole vaulters, Lassila and
Rea, broad jumpers, and Jusek, a
high jump man, were included in
this roster, as was McManus, a ml-
per. y
Complete I'M" Lst.
The complete list of "M" Award
winners follows: Booker Brooks,
'32, Ann Arbor; John Campbell,
'32E., Owosso; Roderick H. Cox, 33,
B irmingham; Charles E. DeBaker,
133, Fruitport; Hawley Egleston, '33
Chicago, Illinois; HI. T. Ellerby, '34,
Birminghama; Ben Glading, '32, Fort
Wayne, Indiana; Francis C. Hazen,
'32Ed., Bellingham, Washington;
William. S. Hill, '33, Highland Park;
Roger W. Howel]., '33, Ann Arbor;
Edward Lemien, '34E., Howell; Kon-
'rad W. Moisio, '34Ed., Fitchburg,
Massachusetts; Donald J. Renwick,
'32E., Grand Rapids; Edwin F. Rus-
sell, '32E., Rochester, New York;
Edwin T. Turner, Jr., '33, Casper

Wyoming; Harmon A. Wolfe, '32Ei.,
Lakewood, Ohio.
NOTICE
Exaniintimns will be held for
Red Cross certificates in the In-
tramurial Pool on Thuirsday and
Friday from 3 to 6 P.M., and will
be griven by J. M. Powers, special
examiner from St. Louis.
Coach Matt Mann.
NOTICE!
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for men and women Cleaned,
Bleached, Rebilocked and made
into uip-to-date shap-es -- Fine
Work. Factory Hat Store, 617
Packard St. (Near State).

LA TER

INJURED

VARSITY NETTERS FOUR
TO MEET OBERLIN iS~a ,m.;

WINNERS F.ACE S TARTER'S GUN
SPEED CLASSIC AT INDIANAPOLIS

19 Winners of Event
Bheen Fatially hrl
tit WhIeel.

Jimmie Murphy, winner of the~
1,' rnch i and Prix at'. 7eimais elev-
, i ye!is Io.le coppewd the In-
dianapolis race in 1922, se ttng al-

Ryan, R;idelC, Clarke, Pendell,
clak, ?Play Last Vars'ity
Matches Today.
Onu last chance to show w'Mat
thoy can do ol' the (courts is being
offered to the Var"sity netters whenj
they cross nacquc ;: with the Oberlin
tenn' Ii:- Iaers at Oberii iil the i-

Of the nineteen former winners i most a new er of qspeed, andI fol-

of the great autc-racing classic at
IndIi ii ialis. which will bo run off
Memorial Dayr, seven have given r
their lives to the e while roar-'
ine aroundl the track at b;reakneck
speed. Four of the twelve survivors,
have so far signified their intention
of being; in the starting line M~on-I

lowed it up with vict ory after viec-
tory from coast; to coast, only to
perish two years later, in 1924, when
he collided with a fence t a4 Pitts-
burgh race.

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w .>et01th ern Th Jyveday. They are Louis .Schneider,kc
k ~last year's victor; Billy A11ou, whoj
ir )1i Al bon LLLt li4 Smttie time . 1928; t H 1_,. , (ornin, co-\i nir in
I Aqc r'diil) g' 0 Cct;u' I Jliin ny ry " . 5 .xt ',John- 1924.
" tstone, the ttennis vmuitr, Oberlin' Frank Lockhart, fimlous winnerc
- Asociated Prss Photo ( has a fairly K rong team, especially of the 1920 edition, is one of the
fits number (ono player, and the meet flashiest of the seven who have been
Jack Keller (extreme right) of Ohio State set a new unofficial world record of 14 seconds, in the 1210- ay result in a fairly stiff contest. sacrificed --his sensational prform-f
yard high hurdles in the Big Ten track meet at Northwestern University, but the mark is not expeccted to After the ma tch with Northwes- lance at Indianapolis, when het
become official because hie was favored by a strong wind., tern last Wednesday, the team look- seemed to weave in anid out fromt
Keller injured his leg in the 220-yard hurdles a short time later and will be out of comupetition for ed pretty good, thinks Johnstone. J the other cars after coming up un-c
some time. The netmen took three of the four heralded, stands out above all oth-i
__ -=singles matches from the Purple, Hers in the auto-racing fan's mem-
American League., -Eeced- but by losing the two doubles 'tiltsI ory. ,Lockhart's career was cut
Ifl LII LL I w 1L pet. A orri lectd- ract? the sc(ore was brought down to a ti. short two years later while making
MI IF 3 e ok'49.2iTo Play Six Matches. an attempt to better the world's
UUhLL~1IIIU 'ew rk.......4 9 7 aagr N m ides} The line-up for the tourney with straightaway record at Daytona
R I J1Detroit . . ... 18 15 .545 Richarll Noris, '33, was ai pont- Ob kerlinr today finds the men drawn Beach, Fla,
YPhiladelphia ......... 18 16 .5)2 up in the following oder: Ca ptain Batten, Murphy Clone.
MU N Cleveland ....... . 19 18..194 cd to serve the capacity of Varsity Colby Rya n, number one, Bob Another courageous driver was
-- I St. Louis _ ..._ . 18 19 4l(;tra('k ilmiaager for the comiw" ye ar. Clarke, nuinher two; Johnny Rein- Norman K. Batten, who is remem-
Botn~~ otne~ edChicago .... . 13 21 :.382 lie replacs .1)vid I R.JLoiis who del, number three; Dick Snell, numn- bered for piloting his flaming car,
NainlCru;TccsBoston . .paces. . -...6 27 .18 graduates in June. er four; 1-Tank Pendell, number safely out of danger to the crowd
NtoaCrci;Tcss ''National League. fiv and R olandClaCidik, number six, by slowing down and heading for
Chib Back to Third. Boston _. .__. ._.. 1 2.3 al af,3,ws(o~ All tire members of the squad ex- his pit. Batten spent weeks in a
___-Chicago....~ 22 11629 ternate and Gilbert Ward(, 34, WilI cept Dick Snell will be playing; in hospital recovering from severe
The surprising B~oston Braves! Cincinnati ..... 21 18 .538 ,Lian. Davis, '34, Charles Parvim , '34,1 Varsity competition for the last burns, but failed to dodge the hoa-
continued to hold down first place St. Louis .. .......17 18 .486'and Lloyd Nyman, '34, will be the time, as Snell is the only junior. }doo of death for long, for weirdly
in the National loop even though New York ..~..~ 13 17 .433 junior assistants. The B team has six men with twoI enough he was drowned in the
Brooklyn....... ... . ... 15 20 .429 Norris will assume his duties in or three substitutes onl tap ready to steamer Vestris disaster.
they lost yesterday to Brooklyn 6-3, Pittsburgh -. . .. .... 13 18 .419 the fall with the beginning of the step in and take the places of the Culed by many followers of the
as the Chicago Cubs were also trim- Philadelphia ~ ..,1a 21 .417 indoor track ;season. Varsity graduates next fall, sport 'the greatest driver of all is

Crash Likely.
Someone, perhaps the winner,
will be claimed after the Inciianap-
olis race, for the gods of the track,
judging by the past, are not inclin-
e~d to let a consistent winner go uni-
h rrued. Probably; too, the Memor-
ia]. Day classic will pay off the
c:rowd by staging; one or more sen-
sational crashes on its own. hook.
Ibut Schneider, Arnold, Meyer, and
Corurn are all, taking the chance,
for fame and gold is a" reward only
too well calculated to put thoughts
of death and crack-ups out of the
driver's head.

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Lefty Gomez fanned 13 Philadel-
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