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FPRLDAY, AUGUST 10, 1928

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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rANKMEN, RES NDM ine
BOXES AE ~NNES vrd's Photographer
American Athletes Are Victoious In
i4ta~ vVikilte -. ~In Av.rn. wa+r

1Programu
ROWE3RS WIN FOUR RACES
(By Associated Press)
AMSTERDAM, Aug. 9.-The water
still seems to hold the charm that
brings victory to America's Olympic
athletes. While four out of five
American entries in the rowing events
were 'winning their races yesterday,
and most of the swimmers from the
United States were meeting with
success in the Olympic pool, Lieut.'
Harry Henderson of the United States C'apt. A sht
Navy, the seagoing member of the Who has been
boxing team, was putting up the best charge of all the
performance of the day while all of on Commander R:
the four Americans, who had sur- dition to the Sou
vived the preliminaries won their Kinley is a retire
bouts and entered the quarter-final is considered a su
round., large amount of
"Americans never quit,". said Major that will occur di
General Douglas MacArthur, proes- in the polar regil
dent of the Olympic committee, when is expected to st,
Jacob W. Stumpf, manager of the box- of the journeyi
ing team, asked permission to with- this month,
draw the Americans because of a de- ----- _-
cision he considered unfair, and the TUNNEY-HEEJ
four surviving members of the 'team PICTURES
proved the general's statement true._
Hendeirson, a middleweight, com- Exclusive pictu3
pletely overwhelmed Campuzano of Tunn-ey-Heeney fi
Spain; John L, Daley, bantemweight, will have their fix
downed Sanchez of Chile; Harry De- showing here a t1
vine, featherweight, won the decision starting with the
over Montefiore of Italy and Steve matinee and coti
Holaio, light heavy, defeated Major'Idy according to
Rzycki of Poland. A fifth American, manae.,h
Alex Kaletchitz, a heavyweight, still and one half reels
is in the running as he drew a bye ing, including the
in the preliminaries and has not rounds in slow no
fought.Thfihflm
The masculine swimmers repre- Thfgtflm
anextra attraction
senting the United States had an al- fi rst dramatic picti
most per~fect day. In the 400 meter irMst len tef
free style semi-finals, Clarence Crab-
be, Austin Clapp and Ray Ruddy, the and Paul Wyatt
three 'American entries, all survived, the semi--finals ofi
while George Kojac, Walter Laufer stroke.

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KO.JAC WINS AG~AIN THIRD ROTTNI) MAT('IES ENDI Ann Arbor city golf tournament, POE lSALE I-?Maxwell touring car, $60
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Kojac of New York, member of ther Ann Arbor city tennis tournacment jmorning~ at, the Barton hlills counitry Poe227
United States team, won the 110 meter Iwere completed yesterday. The cor club. Twelve flights are included in
back stroke swimming championshipj petitors will start the fourth ronid this year's tournament with prizes f Snay allumbrellat 7n7capus
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prehension over the arrival of John (' ivlJtoew YokA. 239 0,
Hennesey, Davis cup player, for the ea1W33,;) f
IMichigan Riviera tournament here OI'-A AlaCii net pn
= ~lyre-.shaped, near c'inpus. F inder~
were removed by a, telegram to Walter (-_l302 Rwad
Hayes of his arrival in New York this dulWAN0ED-Instruc0,d. wf ol
morning. - share expenses with party driving
jHennesey will arrive here for play T. to St.:Paul, Duluth or way points,
early F~riday morning. iz also ig0 UL~T pot after suinmer season. Dial 3923.
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ture the western junior tennis singles = omsnl ra uti
championship, which entered the guar-- coats and Overcoats fifty Incheslong p livate famrily. Garage vailable.
ter-final round today. Just what the boys want. 1302 P acekard. Dial 21(619.
Dennison eliminated, William Jac- -
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ion, yesterday, after two Irous of fur -- alwolg m nsfr R F rh nt
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hiey McKiuley
rappointed to take~
ephotographic work
Richard Byrd' s expe-
ath Pole. Capt. Me-
,ed army officer, and,
uitable choice for the
Ephotographic workII
during the long stay,
;ions. TPhe expedition
;art on its first leg
to the South Pole
'NEV FIGHT
TO BE SHOWN.
ores of the recent
fight in New York
frst and last official
the Majestic theater
Saturday afternoon ;

Ining through Tues-
James S. Heldson,
icture shows thigee
sof the actual fight-
tenth and eleventh
otioni.
are being shown as
i, Clar'a Bow in her
:ure, "Ladies of the
eature picture.
were successful in
the 100 meter- back-

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