THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAYUN 27
Open For Summer Varsity Golfers
L.S.U. Favored To Take
Team Diadem; Barclay
Is Rated Highly
The University of Michigan's golf
team will begin its quest for the Na-
tional Collegiate Golf Champion-
ship at Louisville. Ky., today.
Capt. Al Karpinski, Bill Barclay,
Captain-elect Bob Palmer, Tom
Tussing and Jim Loar will compete
for the team title and Bill Black,
Ken Johnson and Jim Henderson will
be added starters for the individual
the directorship of Dr. George A. play.
Session students. During the regu- L.S.U. Is Favored
d physical education courses in the On both Monday and Tuesday
nt is available, there will be '18 holes of medal play
and the low aggregate of the scores
of the low four men on each team
IewsgCom ete will determine the team champion-
ship. Louisiana State is favored to
In Regatta Today dethrone Princeton's defending
champions with Northwestern's Big
Ten Champions, Tulane and Georgia
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y., June 26. Tech furnishing the chief opposition.
--M)-Night fellon the rain-whipped Leslie Rated Well
Hudson with 18 crews of stalwart The 32 low medalists in the team
oarsmen awaiting tomorrow's Inter- play will engage in match play to de-
termine the individual champion.
Tleia e Rwg e at Paul Leslie of Louisiana State is the
The races will be rowed at inter- ocso aoie t atr h
odds-on favorite to capture the
vals of one hour, the freshmen over a crown. Leslie was runner-l:p to Michi-
two-mile course and.the Junior var- gan's Chuck Kocsis in 1936 and to
sity over a three-mile stretch. his teammate, Fred Haas, last year.
California and Washington are the The chief contenders for the in-
co-favorites at 7 to 5 in the varsity dividual title will be Willie Turnesa
event, over Navy, Cornell, Syracuse, of Holy Cross, last year's medalist;
Columbia and Wisconsin, but thou- Bill Barclay of Michigan who scored A'
sands in the crowd will be pulling for one of the major upsets last year
the first Eastern victory in the main when he defeated Turnesa in the
race since Navy won in 1931. second round and then went on to
Since then the West has dominated the semi-fnials to lose to Leslie, 3 and jo
the race anid the river. California 2. Frank Perpich and Sid Richard- can save ot m oney on
won the next three races and Wash- son of Northwestern; Walter Hagen,
ington swept the regatta in 1936 and Jr. of Notre Dame and Johnny Ho-
1937. bat of Illinois.
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