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X, JUNE 29, 1928

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE~

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TRACK STAR INJURES
ARM ON EYE0OF MEET
Phil Northrup, Former Michigan Star
And Captain,rWill Not Make
Detroit Trip
MICHIGAN IS REPRESENTED
Phil Northrop, former captain and
star of the Michigan track team, in-
jured his arm serevely yesterday
morning while practicing on Ferry
field in preparation for the Olympic
trials at Detroit today and tomorrow,
and will not be able to compete ir
that meet.
Northrop holds the Western Confer-
ence record in the javelin with
distance of 207 feet, and was consid
ered as a likely member of the Amer-
ican Olympic team in that event. His
injury yesterday recalls the one of
Hoffman, Michigan track star of four
years ago, who, after establishing a
new record in the javelin throw at the
national collegiate meet which stood
until this year, injured his arm while
practicing for the Olympic trials.
With Northrop out, only four and
possibly five, University of Michigan
athletes will compete in the trials a1
Detroit. Captain-elect Wilfred Ketz,
national collegiate champion in the
hammer throw, and Campbell, will
compete in the hammer event. Jones
is entered in the 400 meter hurdles,
while Tolen, freshman star, will run
in the 100 yard dash. Don. Cooper,
who is directing athletics at a mili-
tary camp, is another possible Michi-
gan entry in the 120 yard high hurc
les. He was Big Ten champion in that
event during the last season.
Buck Hester, captain of the 192
Wolverine track team, will participate
in the Canadian Olympic trials to
morrow. Hester was a member o
the Canadian team in the Olympics i
1924.

NEW BUILDING TO
HAVE CAFETERIA
In the new Women's League build-
ing the cafeteria will serve meals
three times a day. In the afternoon
and in the evening the cafeteria will
be converted into a tea room where
the women may entertain, their guests
in the afternoon or may drop in after'
the theater or between dances which
will be held in the assembly. It has
been arranged so that on days of
football games, when many crowds are
in town, that meals will be served both
in the cafeteria and in the assembly
room. The service is arranged con-
veniently between the cafeteria and
! the assembly room. Private tea rooms,
where one can make her own cup of
tea have been arranged. A shop, where
all kinds of home baked goods, salads,
and beverages can be purchased has
also been provided.
The cafeteria will have an opening
to the'closed garden where tea can
be served in the afternoon. The alum-
nae of Cincinnati hope to be able to
place a specially designed Rockwood
fountain in the garden.
LITTLE TO MAKE
AUTOMOBILE TRIP
President Clarence Cook Little will
leave Monday for a short visit in the
northern part of the j state. The trip
will be made by auto. He is sched-
uled to deliver an address on July 7
before the Upper Peninsula Rotary
convention at Grand Island, Michigan.
Following his appearance there he will
drive to Camp Tanaya, Ontario, where
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"York professional football team next
fall. Oosterbaan said in reply that he
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RYE, New York, June 28-With the
intercollegiate golf team champion-
ship safely tucked away for the se-
cond consecutive year, Princeton's
golfers today hoped to make a good
showing in competition for the indi-
vidual title. The Tigers showed their
strength by qualifying all six mem-
bers of the team in addition to, win-
ning the team championship with a
total of 608strokes, 19 better than the
nearest rival, Georgetown.
FOUR SPARTANS IN TRIALS
EAST LANSING, June 28-Freddie
Alderman, the greatest track athlete
ever produced at Michigan State col-
lege, will head a delegation of four
Spartan track stars to the Olympic
trials in Detroit tomorrow and Sat-
urday.
Lauren Brown, distance runner,
Lyle Henson, Sprinter, and Harold
McAtee, pole vaulter, are other Mich-
igan State entries who will match
his daughter, Louise, who will ac-
company him on the trip, will spend
the summer at a camp for girls. Pres-
ident Little will return to Ann Arbor
on July 12 where he will stay for the
remainder of the Summer Session.

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WARD IS FAVORED
JACKSON, June 28-Amateur golf-
ers of western Michigan started a
qualifying round here today in a tour-
nament that most of them were con-
vinced could have but one ending Sat-
urday night, the crowning of ,Dave
Ward, University of Michigan student,
as champion for the th4rd successive
year.
Johnny Bergelin, captain-elect of
Michigan golf team, came nearer Ward
than others, but he was seven strokes
behind in the first qualifying round to-
day.
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