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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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11 JOHNSON FACES
CUEM Of EAST TODAY

SQUAD HOPES
HIGH IN EASTERN
CLASSIC

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1 Johnson, Michigan's biggest
ic star and the best man that
aize and Blue has ever produced
e hurdles and jump events, will
ted against the cream of eastern
es at Harvard Stadium this aft-
n.
Wolverine wonder has qualified
1 events, and the dope as it now
s is in favor of Johnson, for he
d be able to take at least three
out of four events.
remainder of the Michigan squad
>articipate in the eastern classic
indoubtedly give a good account
mselves today.
the first time in years Michigan
wonderful chance of taking all
onors of the meet, or at least,
,rgest number of points. If the
and Blue succeeds today, the
es of winning the Western Con-
e at Chicago on June 7 are

300 ATTEND FIRST
RACES OF SEASON
Ann Arbor's racing season was offi-
cially inaugurated yesterday afternoon
at Burns Park by the Ann Arbor
Driving club. The races on the open-.
ing day were well attended, about 300
people being present. The weather
was ideal for horse racing. The track
was well beaten and the type con-;
ducive to record breaking.
The first race was won handily by
Maxie, owned and driven by Frasier.
This race was run the best three
out of five -heats, Maxie winning in
straight heats. The last heat was by
far the most interesting of the day.
Miss Gale, driven. by Simpson, got
away to a flying start followed close-
ly by George Wood, driven by Van
Fleet. For the greater part of the
distance Maxie was pocketed between
these two horses and Miss Gale opened
up quite a gap. It seemed almost im-
possible for Maxie to win the heat.
Approaching the last turn Maxie be-
gan to catch the leaders and, guided
by the splendid driving of Frasier,
quickly regained the lost ground, beat-
ing Miss Gale by scarcely two feet.
Maxie's best time for the half mile
was 1:12 1-4.
Third Race Proves Close
The third race was the most hotly
contested of the three. The lone trot-
ter, Pearl Mobile, driven and owned
by Van Fleet, appeared to be outclass-
ed by the other two horses. The mare
appeared to have difficulty in getting
away from the wire.
In this race the fastest time of the
day was established by Hazel Pointer,
owned by Mosher of Detr.oit and driv-
en by Alec Hassard. Her time for the
first heat was 1:11. Fanny J., owned'
by Proctor, pressed Hazel Pointer
hard at all times, not winning any
heat by more than a half length. Has-{
sard had to be cautioned by Starter
Finnell for cutting the other two
Continued on Page Four)

THER PREVENTS
LAYING GOLF ONa

STUDENI'A
CLUB LINKS

Y students are now members of
n Arbor Golf club. During the
nds the golfers play matches
golf links of the club.
weather did not permit early.
pation in golf this year until
went time; due to wet grounds:
e lateness of the season. The
on of the grounds is ideal, and
'riday and Sasturday witnesses
or number of the members of
b on the links.
IONAL SPORTS-PAGE FOUR

fWESBRODKTAE
FRIDAY'S MATCHES
LEFT - HANDED SHOTS PERPLEX
OPPOSING RACQUETERS
IN BIG TEN MEET
CHICAGO TENNIS PLAYERS
OFFER KEEN COMPETITION
Chicago, May 30.-W. K. Wesbrook,
Michigan's speedy tennis player, caus-
ed quite a sensation here today by
defeating F. E. Bastian, of Indiana,
7-5, 6-4, and 6-3.
F. E. Bastian defeated P. L. Fatout,
of Purdue, and Henry Norton, of Min-
nesota in the first and second rounds
yesterday. W. L. Wesbrook, of Mich-
igan, conquered H. B. Taylor, of Wis-
consin, and W. G. Wirthwein, of Ohio
State yesterday afternoon in the first
and second rounds.
N. B. Bartz, Jr., of Michigan, was
downed by Ruthven Pike, 1918 cham-
pion, of Chicago, in the first round
yesterday. Bartz and Wesbrook, Mich-
igan double star, won from H. L. Go-
tiderson and H. B. Taylor in the first
round of doubles yesterday After-
noon. The Maize and Blue double
men will participate in the second
round of doubles late this afternoon.
Summary of the Big Ten tennis meet:
Single Matches
Preliminary round-N. B. Bartz, Jr.,
Michigan, defeated H. L. Gotiredson,
Wisconsin, 3-6, 6-4, 6-1.
First round-H. H. Adams, Minne-
sota, defeated S. L. Golan, Northwest-
ern, 6-2, 6-2; C. D. Fechtman, Purdue,
defeated Allen Pretzman, Ohio State,
6-0, 6-4; Otis Chatfield-Taylor, Lake
Forest, defeated W. T. Ploegsterth,
Indiana, 8-6, 6-4; Ruthven Pike, Chi-
cego, defeated N. B. Bartz, Jr., Mich-
igan, 6-2, 3-6, 6-1; Henry Norton,
Minnesota, deefated W. E. Kramer,
Chicago, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3; F. E. Bastian,
Indiana, defeated P. L. Fatout, Pur-
due, 6-1, 6-3; W. G. Wirthwein, Ohio
State, defeated S. M. Singleton, North-
western, 4-6, 7-5, 6-4; W. K. Wesbrook,
Michigan, defeated H. B. Taylor, Wis-
consin, 6-0, 6-2.
Second round-H. H. Adams, Minne-
sota, defeated C. D. Fechtman, Pur-
due, 6-3, 7-5; F. E. Bastian, Indiana,
defeated Henry Norton, Minnesota,
6-3, 6-3; W. K. Wesbrook, Michigan,
defeated W. G. Wirthwein, Ohio State,
6-, 6-.
Results of Doubles
First round-F. E. Bastian and W.
T. Ploegsterth, Indiana, defeatedP. L.
Fatout and C. D. Fechtman, Purdue,
6-0, 8-6; W. K. Wesbrook and N. B.
Bartz, Jr., Michigan, defeated H. L.
Gotiredeon and H. B. Taylor, Wiscon-
sin, 6-3, 6-1; H. H. Adams and Henry
Norton, Minnesota,. deefated D. 0.
Rossiter and S. L. Glan, Northwest-
ern, 6-0, 6-0; Ruthvan Pike and W.
E. Iramer, Chicago, defeated Allen
Pretzman and W. G. Wirthwein, Ohio
State, 6-4, 6-3.
DAILY TO RECEIVE SPECIAL
WIRE ON BALL GAME TODAY

VARSITY PLAYS
ILLINI TODAY
Michigan plays one of the two most
decisive games of the season today, the
Wolverine-Illini clash at Champaign.
It will depend on the o tcome of this
game. who will win the Conufeoue
title.
Michigan has not lost a game with
a Conference team, and Illinois has
dropped two. If both of the games
are lost by Michigan the title will go
to the Illinois'team as they hare play-
ed three more games than the Wol-
verines.
Illinois ha. had some dtleulty in
praeticing lately, due to rain and wet
.grounds. early last week the men
were taken inside and allowed to use
the gymnasium in preparation for the
Chicago and Wisconsin games. Three
days were wasted early In the week
by raiu this week.,
Coah Lundgren expects to start the
regular lineup today, with Parks ta
the box. Parks was kept outof the
Notre Dame in order to be lit for the
game today. $ob Glenn is booked for
the mound in the Ohio State wont9st
here on June 4.
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