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Vasisty Raqueteers Lose One 1)oties
and Two_ Sinles Mlatches to
CJAPTFAIN RI~C)J UNABLE
TO 'VIN FRO1)I OPP.O\\ T.
Pulling up from behind in the sec-.
and doubles match, the Illinois team
tied the Michigan squad in a closelyj
fought match, the score being '3-3,1
yesterday afternoon at Ferry field. j
The Illini got off to a fast start .byi
tak~ing the first two singles encount-I
ers. Captain Goodwillie of Illinois re-
peated his feat of last year by taking
Caiptain Rorich into' camp, the scores
being 5-7, 9-7, 6-1. The Michigan
pilot got a strong start; but Goodwil-
lie gradually pulled up to his oppon-1
ent, and nosed out the second set aft-
er. being set point down on several
occasions. The last set was all Good-
lInthie number two match, Dubach
added to the Illinois string by defeat-
ig Brick of Michigan, 6-4, 4-6, 6-4.}
The contest was fast ,and close.
Hodgman garnered Michigan's first
point when he won from Johns of Il-
linois, 6-4, 4-6, 6-0. Crane tied the
meet by defeating Flanders, 2-6, 6-1,
Captain Rorich and Brick put -Mich-
igan ahead when they ran out of'
their doubles match with Captain
Goodwillie and Dubach in straight
sets, 6-4, 6-4.
The final match was an exceedingly
close tilt between Johns and Flanders
of Illinois and Crane and Vose of
Mfichigan. The Indian team finally
captutred the match by scores of 6-4,
5-7, 6-4. The third set_ was apparently
in Michigan's basket after the first
four games, the Wolverines leading
3-1, but the winners played steady ten-,
nis and the Michigan pair tired, and
ost their lead.
Varsity Played High School in, 186
Michigan's first varsity baseball
tam took the diamond in 1866. Three'
games were played that year, two with
Ann Arbor high school and one with
Japckson high school.. Michigan won
all three games with a total of 107
points as against 57 of the opponents.1
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ifOLVRINES WIN FROM
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at the first lap of the two mile run and
kept it throughiout the race winning
Iwith the time of 9;50:4-10. 'He had a
nice sprint at the end, but was hard,
pressed by Callahan of Michigan. M1Na-
son of Michigan took third in the1
With a wonderful spring at the .fin-.
ish Hattendorf took first honors: in the
eight eighty with his team mate Prey-:
bulrg a close second. Hattendorf ran
third until the final stretch when he
came up ahead of Freyburg and the
J two came down the straightaway to-
gether, Ross of Ohio' State taking
100 yard dash: Higgins, Michigan;
K'ukelcik (2), 0. S. Ui.; Goldwater (3),
Michigan. Time, 10:01.
One mile run: Kreider (1), 0. S. U:;
Kilpatrick (2), 0. S. U.; Arnold (3),
0. S. U. 'time: 4:27:1 breaks dual
mneet record of 4:30 made by Bowen in
220 yard dash: Higgins (1), Michi-
gan; Kukelcik (2), 0. 5. U.; Seinsing-
er (3), Michigan. Time: 22 5-10.
Shot put:: Doyle (1), Michigan;
Cunningham' (2), 0. S. U.; Murphy
(3), 0. S5. U. Distance 42:4 1-4. j
j120 yard high hurdles: Snyder (1),
0. S. U.; H-ubbard (2), Michigan;
Guthrie (3), 0. S. U. Time: 16:4-10.
440 yard, daph: Reinke (1), Michi-
gan; Roesser (2), Michigan; Wade.
(3), 0. S. U. Timhe: 50 5-10.
Pole vault: Brooker, (1), Michigan;
Rhodes (2), Michigan; Wilson (3),
Michigan. Hfeighlt: 12 feet flat.
Discus throw: Brooker (1), Michi-
gan; Doyle (2), Michigan; Hunter (3),
Michigan. Distance: 122 feet 7 3-81
2 mile run: Payne (1), 0. S. U.;
Callahan (2), Michigan; Mason (3),
Michigan. Time: 9:50:4-10.
Half mile run: Hattendorf (1),
Mielbean: Freyburg (2), Michigan;
Ross (9)), 0. S. U. Time 1:57:3-10.
Hi~gh Junip: Smpith (1), Michigan;
lclllvei,, Mlichigan, and, Snyder. 0.
S. U. and Guthrie, 0. S. U. (2). Hecight:
6:3:11-4, br"eaks the Ferry Field rocord
of C,2 maide hy Smiitla in 1033.
Broad. Jump: Hubbiard (1), Mlichi-
gan; Snyder (2), 0. S. U.; Connel
(3), 0. S. UT. Distance: 24:4:3-4.
0. S. U. Distance: 126 ft. 1-2 in.
Hammer throw:' Bunker (1), 0. S.
1U.; Croft- (2), 0. S. U.; Murphy (3),
220 low hurdles: Loomis (1), Michi-
gan; Snyder (2), 0. S. U.;. Guthrie
(3), 0, S. U. Time: 24:7-10.
l~lli Pile Up Commanding Lead iin
Twosomies Which Mlfedg an
Failed to Overcome
jWFOLTERINES LOSE FOURSOME
21AKINNG FINAL SCORE 14.10
Playing more consistently than their
opponents, the Illinois golf team de-
feated Michigan's squad by a score
.of 14-10 yesterday at the Ann Arbor
Led by Captain Rolfe, the Illini pil-
ed up a commanding lead in the two-
somes which were played in the morn-
ing, and held their advantage in the
foursomes in the afternoon.
Captain Rolfe defeated Captain
Smith. of Michigan, two points to one
in the number one match. The win-
ner had a medal score of 71, while
Smith turned in a 74. Humphries, who
is natio'nal left-handed champion, turn-
ed in the second Illinois victory of the
day, when he defeated, Quirk of Mich-
igani, two and one half points to one
half.. His score was 76, and Quirk's
77. Both these men were off form in
the morning round, and showed to bet-
ter advantage in the foursome play.
Dawson of Illonis and Broderick of
Michigan staged a pretty. battle in
their encouner. Although the visiting
player took all three points, the af-
fair was, exceedingly close through-~
out. The medal scores were 70 for
Dawson and 72 for Broderick.
Hunt of ,Illinois and Potter, playing
number four for Michigan, were even
up at the end of their 18 holes, each
man taking one and one half points.
Each player had a total of 77 strokes.
Captain Smith and Qliirk came back,
strong in the first foursome, defeating
Captain Rolfe and Humphreys five
points to one. Smith and Quirk play-
ed the course in 71 and 70 respective-
ly. Rolfe and Hjumphreys took 73s.
The llinni sewed up the match when
Dawson and THunt took four points in,
their foursome with Broderick and
Potter, who had two points. The Mich-'
igan team was sadly off form :as is l
shown by their medal scores ,of 79
for Broderick and 83 for Potter. Daw-
son took a 77 and hunt 73.
Thie scoring was by the Scotch sys-
temn, one point being awarded for each'
hole, and one for the aggregate.
fllIiunru le, whiffed. Bengsten strolled. Ste;- Northwestern ALBzR1H 0 A E
Nu u vtin DFAE man singled to left, Bengsten going Stc ;Han, c ..... 3 0 1 1 3 0
to second. Stegman caught off first. C hristnian, ......4 11010
nQ S nnr13 Christman safe on infield hit. Mce-iM lwain, s....... 4 0, 2 2 3 0
®®y VIP TY, 1 ;Elwain lined throughi third 5 cor'ngl Keairvillc, 2b ....... 4 0 0 4- 3 0
B Ai ~Ii W OL ' Bengsten and Christman. Mc;,lwainl Demlpsey, rf....... 2 0 0 2 0 0
otstealing second. ''hred hits, t . John~son, of......... 4 0 1 3 0 0
(continued fo Page One) runs, no errcas. John, If........... 30 00 00
Sixth inning: :n11chlgaii-Jablonow- iitxi innings: y~l ?i= gan - TKink.e Seidel, lb...... ,.... 2 0 0 13 0 0
ski flied to Johnson. Giles hit to right.; akd ik ag I f z 3cSut, 1 ...
Kipke forced Giles. Kipke out steal- Iwakd Kikcagtfffrt ah Sutelb....100200
in.N us n it I.rs man singled through first. IBlott trip)- j engsten, p........ 1 1 1 0 8 0.
iNowetrum rstean inedrosIled, scoring Bachman. Bliott score. Ilarris * .............0 0 0 0 0 0
Northesten-Chistma lind toon Bengsten's wild pitch. Gilman Plied!---
Giles. Jablonowski tossed out McEl-
wain.Kearvlle anned No fitsnoI out to center. Two runs, two faits, no; Totals ...... 28 2 6 27 180
wansnKerioefnndrs.his errors. Northwestern - Rearville Ha l~ rris hit for Dempsey in ninth.
Seventh inning: .1ichigan-Bach- ;whiffed. Harris, batting for Dempsey, Ty inni .gs:
man lined to right. Blott tripled to hit by pitched ball. Johnson hit into; hgu... .000 000 012---3.
center, scoring Bachman. Bengsten1 double play. Northwevstern 000 000 020-2.
threw out Haggerty. Dillman walk-i Michigan AB Ii H30 A E Three c base hits, Blott 2. Stolen
ed. Diliman out stealing second. IGil es, 2b........... 4 0 3 5 1 0 bas:es Giles. Struck out, Jablonowv-
Blott held third. McElwain threw out Kipke, cf .......... 3 0 0 1 0 0 ki 2, Bengsteu , Balse on halls
Steger. One run, one hit, no errors.1 Bachman, It....4 2 2 1 1 0 jJa blonowrski 2', 1Begsten 2. Plot by
Northwestern- Dempsey fanned.' Blott, c........... 4 1 2 12 3 0 1;i cher, Harris. Double plays, Dill-1
Johnson out, Dillman to Wilson. Gohn Haggerty, 3b ....... 4 0 0 0 1 (i man to Giles to Wilson. Uilres,l
fanned. Dillman, cc ....... 3 0 0 0 2 1 AicMeers and Goecke. Time of game,
Eighth inning: M1iehigaan - Wilson Steger, r.:'......... 3 0 0 0 0 0. 1::30.
lined to Johnson. Bengsten tossed Wilson, lb. ........ 3 0 0. 8 0 0 __ --____
out Jablonowski. Giles out the same Jablonowski, p .. 3 0 0 0 4 01 Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.!
way. No hits, 110 runs, no errors, - ---_______
Northwestern-Shulz, batting for Sid- 'Totals.......31 3 7 27 12 1 Daily classified for real results.
S1,1JJ)ENTS IURGED TO BUY
rOLYMPiIC TRYOUIT TICKETS
Ticlkets for the Olymnpic try-
outs to be held on Ferry field
May 30 and 31 are still on sale at
the Athletic association ticket
office in the Yost field house at
$1 each. One ticket admits to
either day's events.
Fraternity houses are also be-
ing solicited by ticket sellers as
it is necessary to sell one thous-
and of hie pastecards before May
1 in order to raise the student'is
share of the $10,000 needed to as-
sure th'e meet being held here.
Students intending to go to the
tryouts are urged to buy their
Raise ]Funds for Chinese Students
Thiere has been $550 raised for the
loan fund for Chinese students, it
was announced last night by the
Chinese Students' Club, which is fos-
to ring the movement. The organiza-
tion expects to raise $3,000 within the
next three years.
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clothes. app eals 'to th e
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Others at $35 to $60