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November 29, 1936 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUND

Varsity Cage Posts Almost Cinched As Squad Whips Into

Shape

RIDERS MEET MONDAY
All men who signed up for the
I-M riding class will meet at the
Engineering Arch at 7:45 p.m.
Monday.
Walter Schaeffer.
Nebraska Tops
Oregon State's
Eleven, 32-14
PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 28.-(P)-A
powerful Nebraska football team de-
feated the Oregon State Beavers 321
to 14 in a spectacular, wide open
game here today before 15,000 fans.
Nebraska made only seven first
downs to Oregon State's 15, but
several of its first downs were touch-
downs.
The Beavers gave disappointed
fans a hair-raising finish, however,
slam-banging their way to two
touchdowns in the last period after
the midwesterners had rolled up a
32-0 lead.
Fullback Sam Francis, Nebraska's
All-American candidate, rammed the
line for a touchdown on the seventh
play of the game, climaxing a 50-
yard drive.
Nebraska scored two more touch-
downs in the third. But the Husk-
ers final score was the most spec-
tacular when halfback Lloyd Card-
well ran 58 yards through a broken
field to the goal.

Tony Manero Leads In Augusta Tourne)
AUGUSTA, Ga., Nov. 28.--(P)-An the last 36 holes and among the list-Horton Smith of Chicago, and
old war horse who blazed to victory more prominent players who failed to I Jimmy Hines, of Garden City, L. I.-
in the national open championship '-aint he ranks were-HaroldMc onad-w ern three strnok heak of nace-set-

--stocky Tony Manero, of Greens-
boro, N.C.-put oi another spectacu-
lar exhibition of shot making today
to lead the field in the $5,000 Au-
gusta open golf tournament. He had
a total of 140 through 36 holes of the
72-hole affair.
The United States champion
clipped two strokes off regulation fig-
ures with a neat 70 to match his one-
under-par 70 of yesterday over the
Forest Hills layout,
As the field of 214 competitors was
cut down to 66 money-seeking pro-
fessionals and 15 amateurs for the
final half of the event, Manero held
a two-stroke lead over his nearest
rival, slender Byron Nelson of Ridge-
wood, N. J., who negotiated the half-
way distance in 142.
The odds dropped sharply on Ma-
nero who gave the best exhibition of
stroking, for the final 36 holes to be
played tomorrow and the $1,000 top
prize. He was quoted at 5 to 1 against
the field, being cut down from 12 to
1.
Scores of 152 were needed to get in
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en, Winchester, Mass.; Gene Sara-
zen, Brookfield Center, Conn.; Ro-
land McKenzie, Washington; Her-
man Barron, of White Plains, N.Y.,
and Ed Dudley, of Philadelphia and
Augusta.
Two veteran shot-makers whose,
names rank well up in golfing's noted
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Ling Manero with 36-hole tofals of
143.
Densmore (Denny) Shute, of Bos-
ton, recently-crowned champion of
the professionals in the Pinehurst
battle, put together rounds of 72 for
a total of 144 and fifth place in the
half-way standings.
the DRAKES

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