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June 30, 1938 - Image 4

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n The Mail fag . . . deon who was undecided about
whether or not his leg muscle, strain-
Just as the sun never sets on the ed last Thursday in Evanston when
ritish flag so it seems that the win- preparing for the Dig Ten-Pacific
er's laurels always set on the brow Coast massacre, would respond suf-
Michigan trackmen. ficiently to allow him to make the
This Corner just received a letter trip to the National A.A.U. Meet in
rom our ace Cleveland correspon- Buffalo this week end, decided yester-
ent, Herbert Lev. Mr. Lev, or Butch day that he would go. The lanky
s he is known by his more intimate hurdler was unable to compete at
iends, is a fellow member of the Evanston and he hasn't had much
ally Sports Staff during the winter practice since the Michigan track
nd is keeping an eye on Cleveland season ended back in May.
ctivities 'during the summer. Those who are planning to make
Here are Butch's scoops in his own the trip are Bill Watson, Ralph Sch-
iciturn style: warzkopf, Jim Kingsley,. Wes Allen,
Dear Mel, Iand possibly Stan Kelley.
Michigan trackmen (3 of Watson, who competed at
them) teamed up to take third Evanston with a very severe back
place in the Ohio State A.A.U. strain, is pointing for this meet
track meet. Stan Kelley, loqua- and if his back recovers he
cious junior, won both hurdle should pile up some points. Bill
races and set records in both. wants to make the South Ameri-
Phil Baleyat, last year's fresh- can trip offered by the A.A.U.
man flash, ran the 440 in 49.3 and this meet is the criterion.
to break the state record by Schwarzkopf will run in the two-
about 2 seconds. Howie Egert, mile, Kinglsey is entered in the pole
another freshman, was second vault, Allen in the high jump, and
to Kelley in the highs and third Kelley in the 400-meter hurdles. Stan
in the 880. might also enter both hurdles events
In an invitational track meet in the juniors,
held In Cleveland last week,;
Michigan ran away with honors. Bob Mowerson, freestyler and
Kelley took both hurdles and member of the record breaking re-
took the 220 and 440. Baleyat lay team of two years ago, is return-
and Egert also made their share ing to campus this summer to give
of points, swimming instruction at the I-M
Walt Peckinpaugh, captain- pool. Bob was swimming coach at a
elect and third baseman of Battle Creek high school last year
Michigan's baseball team, is and this should prove a good oppor-
playing shortstop for the Rosen- tunity for Summer Session students
blums in Class A and hitting like to pick up some expert swimming in-
a (tut tut, Butch) fool. He's up struction.
to almost .500 now.
.lerb A new city tax rate for summer
P.S. The Indians are leadingb y taxes of $9.36 per thousand dollars
4 gamesand are going to win assessed valuation was announced
the pennant!'etra
About the Cleveland team, Butch,



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