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1938

THEMICHIGAN DAILY

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Shorthand
Typing
Intensive
Summer Course
Beginning
onday, June 27
Ann Arbor
Socretarial School

Trojan Powerhouse Darkens
Track Horizon For Wolvertmes
By DICK SAEI~ -rian Talley, a 6 foot 7 inch high
Southern Califori.1 -rack power- jumper in Delos Thurber, and a 220
house looms large '.n the horizon as foot javelin thrower in Charlie Soper.
Charlie Hoyt's traveling tracksters The big test of theyyear confronts
take to the road this rummer. the Wolverine forces as they coin-

Collegiate Golf
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The Trojans, hailed by experts as
the best in the country, will be fa-
vored to defend their NC 2A title at
Minneapolis June 17 and .18, will
form the nucleus of the mighty Pa-!
cific Coast team that faces the Big
Ten forces in Evanston June 25 and
are expected to enter men in the
National AAU meet ~irr -Buffalo July
2 and 3.
Charlie Hoyt is, therefore, taking a
five man squad to the NC 2A with
no illusions that his Wolverines will
drag down the team title. But with
Bill Watson, Jimmie Kingsley, Wes
Allen, Elmer Gedeon, and Jake
Townsend making up his five man
squad Charlie sees definite hope of
bettering Michigan's eighth place in
last year's meet.
ole Vaulters J'ace Trojans
The Trojans, who piled up 62 points'
in winning last year, romped to vic-
tory yesterday in the NC 4A meet
in New York, tallying in 10 of the ;15
events. Paced by their 14 foot .pole
vaulting trio of Howe, Day, and Dills
they also have a 23.2 low hurdler in
Vickery, a :14.2 high hurdler in Jim
Humphrey, a :09.5 dashman in Ad-

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bine with other Big Ten champs and
runners-up to take on the Pacific
Coast All-Star squad. The Coast
team buried the midwesterners last
year as they rolled up a 92-44 margin.
Wolverines Watson, Gedeon, Al-
len, Kingsley, Ralph Schwartzkopf,
and Fred Martin are entered as the
result of their performances in thel
Big Ten meet. Ross Faulkner, who
qualified in the 440, has decided to
forego .the meet.
Watson Won Last Year
Watson was one of the few Big
Ten winners in last year's meet. He
is favored to re-annex the shot put.
title but will have to beat Zagar of
Stanford, defending champ at 159
feet 2 inches in the discus, and Ar-
nold Nutting of California, also de-
fending in the broad jump, before
the Michigan captain-elect can ring
up his customary triple.
Gedeon will run up against Hum-
phrey in the high sticks and Ander-
son of California in the lows but is
given a good chance to cop at least
one of the t'vo races.
Allen meets his old rival in this
meet, Dave Albritton as well as two'
good boys from the coast in the per-,
sons of Thurber and Bob Canning of,
California, both of whom can do bet-
ter than 6 feet 6.
C ose Battle Expected
Kingsley stands little chance
against Day and George Varoff of
Oregon, the former world record
holder in the pole vault, but Fred
Martin with a good ..day may stick
with Soper and Don Johnson of
Idaho for -Big , Ten points in the
javelin.
Despite the fact that Brutus Ham-
ilton, California coach, calls the Wes-
tern team "the greatest group of
track and field stars ever assembled
on the coast" the meet promises plen-
ty of close battles.
Gedeon, Allen, and Watso} are en-
tered in the AAU meet in Buffalo
with a possibility that several more
Wolverines will enter the competition.
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Graduate School

Louisville Will Be Scene
Of : Important Tourney
BeginningJune 27
Six golferswill represent Michigan
in the National Intercollegiate golf
championship to be held June 27-31,
at the Louisville Country Club, Louis-
ville, Ky.
The Wolverine contingent will in-
Elude Captain Al Karpinski, Bill Bar-
clay. Captain-elect Bob Palmer, Lynn
Riess, Tom Tussing and Jim Loar.
This tournament is tops in inter-
collegiate golf competition and at-
tracts the outstanding teams and in-
dividual players in the country. As
in the Big Ten meet, there will be
both a team and an individual cham-
pionship decided.
On. Monday and Tuesday eighteen
holes of medal play will be the order
and beginning Wednesday, the 32 low
men will begin match play to deter-
mine the winner. The team cham-
pionship .will be determined on the
four lowest scores for the 36 holes
of Medal play.
Barclay After Title
Princeton will be back to defend
its team title gained last year but,
Fred Haas, individual champion, has
graduated and is now in England
f where he played on the Walker Cup
team and in the British amateur.
However his former teammate and
greatest rival, Paul Leslie of the ever-
powerful Louisiana State will be back
for his last, try at the title and will
be rated one of the favorites when
play gets under way.
it was in last year's Intercollegiate
meet that Michigan's Bill Barclay
played some of the outstanding golf
of his career to reach the semi-final
round. Among his victims Bill num-
bered Willie Turnesa youngest of the
golfing Turnesa's who will also re-
turn to even matters with Bill if an
opportunity arises.
Loar Sixth Man
All the Wolverine golfers played in
the recent Conference championship
at Minneapolis where they finished
third except Jim Loar. He is a sen-
ior and a transfer student, this being
the first year that he is eligible for
golf. He has played consistently
most of the season and it is mainly
on this score that he was taken along.
The meet will mark the last ap-
pearance of Captain Karpinski, Bar-
clay and Loar in collegiate golfing
circles.
Coach Ray Courtright and the
team will leave Ann Arbor the morn-
ing of June 24 and will arrive in
Louisville in time to play several
practice rounds. It is expected that
several other Wolverine squad mem-
bers will journey to the Kentucky
city and attempt to qualify for the
match play. chiampionship.

It has been shown that beyor.d
doubt the players themselves °tre in
favor of this ruling, so next should be
found out how the coaches line up on
this act. Although summer is just
starting, it will not be long before the
pigskin will begin to get its usual
hammering about on the practice
fields and in the filled to capacity
stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Coaches Favor It
In a recent survey of The Daily
among the Conference coaches in re-
gard to this matter it was discovered
that they too are for the training
table a hundred per cent.tFrom Illi-
nois comes Bob Zuppke's words that
he is all in favor of the training table
- "that is one meal a day for about 40
or 50 men, during the football sea-
son." Irl Tubbs of Iowa also falls in
line with the Illinois mentor.
Lynn Waldorf, who for the past few
years has been turning out some
fine teams at Northwestern, is defi-
nitely in favor of the table, but at that
same time brings out the fact that "at
the meals no extensive meetings
should be planned that would take
away time from the preparations of
studies."
Bierman, Schmidt Agree
Minnesota's expression, which is,
felt throughout the country each year
when it comes to football, can be
found in Bernie Bierman's statement
that he "would not be in favor of a.
training table which would involve
furnishing all their meals," but he
heartly approves the plan for serving
the meal following practice on the
training table idea.
Francis A. Schmidt, whose Ohio
State Buckeyes had no mercy on the
Wolverines last fall, says that, "a
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Favored By Big Ten Coaches
By NEWELL McCABE is probal;iy a lot mo'e than most of
As time elapses, so in equal propor- the players have been ;getting up till
tion grows the fear among the Big now." Thus from the other coaches
came equal expressions of approval
Ten football players, that -some un- for the training table.
thinking person will put an end to the It can be seen that during the 60
finest piece of legislation that has' days that this bill is pending all the
ever been passed by the Conference Conference football coaches, as well
athletic ruling committee, namely the as the players, will. keep their fingers,
approval of the training table during crossed in the hope that this act will
be passed by the ten Conference'
football. season. Ishol

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Cleveland's11-4 Victory
WASHINGTON, June -.---'--The
league leading Cleveland Indians
walloped the Washington Senators,
1 to 4, today. Let down without a
hit during the first 3 innings, the
Indians hopped on Elon Hogsett in
the fourth and scored 8 runs.
Bob Feller, who started for the
Tribe, became wild as the game pro-
gressed and was lifted in the fourth
with nobody out. Dennis Galehouse
finished, hurling good ball.
Ken Keltner, Cleveland's sensa-
tional third baseman, hit a home run
into, the centerfield bleachers

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