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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1925

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DECISIVE WI1
"arsity Netmen Take All Single
Matches To Win By
4.0 Score
RAIN STOPS DOUBIES
Michigan's Varsity tennis team add-
ed a second victory to its list yester-
day afternoon when they defeated the
University of Marquette racqueteers,
4 to 0, on the Ferry field courts. No
double matches were played due to
the rain.
All of the matches were consider-
ably slowed up due to the cold
feather and the high wind that was
blowing across the courts. Captain
Crane and Jerome ran into unexpect-
ed opposition in their matches, while
Vose and Krickbaum experienced
little difficulty in taking theirs.
Deichtfuss who faced Captain
Crane won the first and second
games of their first set anq then
dr'opped five in a row to the Michigan
captain; only to stage a comeback of
five straight wins through his effec-
tive net play to take the set 7-5.
Crane fought back however and took
MICHIGAN WINNER
IN OPENING TILT
(Continued from Page One)
called the game at the end of the
frame.
The Varsity infield worked in its
customary smooth fashion. Giles
Iade the only error and it was ex-
cisable. Altogether, the inner works
handled 18 chances with the one mis-
cite. Only one was sent to the out-E
fild, Ryrholm smothering it.t -
Tom Fisher furnished ,one of the
fielding features of the contest when'
he stopped Kiebler's hot grounder in
tVre second inning and got his man at
first. Kiebler's play on Bachman in'
the third, Coleman's throw-in in the
same frame, and Wilson's recovery of
Dillman's throw in the fifth were the
other defensive features.
M. A. C. *
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Zimmerman, rf ....2 1 0 0 0 01
Ranney, 2b........2 0 1 1 3 0'
Ftemont, c ........3 0 0 3 1 01
Kiebler, 3b ........3 0 0 1 2 01
I. Fisher, if ........3 1 1 0 0 0
Gauss, ss .........2 0 0 1 2 2
Spiekerman, lb ....3 1. 112 0 0
Wakefield, p.......2 1 0 0 4 1
Totals............ 23 4 4 18 12 3'
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AMSCORES-CINDERS O STATETRACK
N0OVE MARQUETTE B TEAM EXPECTS W1N
For some day in the very near fu- I
the next set 7-5, and the deciding ture we predict a giant scandal in Strongest Buckeye Squad in Years
match 6-1. national track circles. The storm T0 Come ere For Leet
Jerome experienced little (ifficulty has been brewing since the opening Iy
in winning his first set from Chap-
man 6-2, but ran into trouble in the of the indoor season last winter andI STRONG IN HURDLES
second set. In this match Chapman tthe outcome is inevitable. The storm
combined son'e pretty long shots will not be unwelcome to the average (Special to the Daily)
with net kills, and kept Jerome mov- athlete but some of these World beat- C
ing all the time. Jerome led five toj Columbus, Ohio, April 29.-Ohio
three, but Chapman speeded and ers may have their props jarred. State has one of the strongest track
made it five all sending the game into Nurmi and Ritola got the brunt of teams in its history and is expected
the extra sets. Jerome took the next affair last week and they may g to give the Michigan squad a hard
match after deuce but Chapman tied some more brunt before it is all over, t
but they are going to have comrades battle when they meet at Ferry field,
it up after another deuce game, and in
then added two more games to take i the finals. May 9.
the set, 8-6, both of the contestskbe- This qustion of eligibility is a The Buckeye aggregation won fifth
hard one to answer without consid- place in the indoor Conference meet
ing add aftairs. Jerome quickened erable investigation and contemp1a- at Evanston with 17 points, taking
Stion. Nurmi and Ritola are certain- two firsts and two seconds. Their
Chapman'sp short shots to wint6-0. ly subsisting on their track work but outstanding stars are Captain Snyder
Vosthe kpt Soeecker on the run fat the same time we could select a and Guthrie, hurdlers who also high
all the time and made his win a love.
affair, winning 6-0, 6-0. Krickbaum dozen runners of prominence in jump and broad jump.
also had the high sign on Collopy American track who have been At the- Big Ten indoor meet Guthrie'
alsonad th ighy signon Clopy, 'getting their room and board from and Snyder finished first and second
In the doubles match, Krickbau their track performances during the respectively in the 60 yard high
last three weeks or so. A large nuim- hurdles, Guthrie tying the Conference
Sn choecere 6-dng C-1 when rain her of athletic club runners went record of 7 3-5 seconds in winning.
Schoenecker 6-1, 3-1, when rain from the Texas relays to the Kansas At- the Illinois indoor relays Snyder
caeo e and Captain C anbe ha e.relays and thence to the Drake relays won the 75 yard high hurdle event.
with their expenses paid. So we Guthrie and Snyder again finished.
completed their first set against needn't be too hard on Ritola and first and second respectively at the
Leichtfuss and Chapman, when the Nurmi until we put a limit to the Ohio relays recently in the 120- yard
match was called of f. x support these other runners are get- high hurdles. In winning the 120
The Michigan squad exhibited a ting* from their athletic performances. yard high hurdles at Drake last Week,
Down at Ohio and later at the Penn Guthrie beat Kinsey of Illinois, a.
tam Crane when he staged his re- ' relays a large number of schools winner in the last Olympics, and tied
ua rang comentskareinowt uert- withdrew their entries in the two- the Drake record of 14 8-10 for the
fuss. Arrangemients are no oun Sa mile relay race because Qeorgetown event. At a meet in Texas, Snyder
urda had been entered. Certainly there won the high hurdles in the fast time
_______was a good reason for this and yet of 14 4-5, also defeating Dan Kin-
no one wants to break the ice and sey of Illinois. In the Penn relays
give h'is reasons. One prominent Snyder finished second to Moore of
coach who withdrew his team at Phil- Pennsylvania who won the high1
F ist C u t I n adelphia upon learning of George- hurdles in 14 4-5 seconds. At the
town's entry referred to the latter as 'Eastern meet Snyder also finished
D the "Hot Dog A. C." Albon Holden, second in the broad jump with a leap
LL flf d& quu editor 'of the Big Ten Weekly, who of 23 feet 7-8 of an inch. 'Guthrio and
knows what he is writing about re- Snyder both clear six feet in the high
Coach Mather, mentor of the fresh- ferred to the "Georgetown A. C." in jump and at present are among the
a recent article. We would be very six best jumpers in the Conference.
man baseball team posted the first much obliged if the subtle language Kucklic and Irwin are both cash
cut of the 1925 season early this 'would be dispensed with and some- men of quality, the latter having
week. A total of 21 men were one would come forward with his finished fourth in the Internationalj
dropped, including 9 infielders, 7 out- reasons for thinking Georgetown an 100 yard dash eveht at the Pein re-
fielders and 5 battery men. Many "A. C." lays. He also took fourth at the Ohio
new men reported this week and But while Nurmi and Ritola and all relays.
there are now still over 50 men try- of'the other "A. C."' men keep break- Arnold, Ross, and Black are all
ing for the squad. ing records and adding to their glory, good milers on the Buckeye squad.
Practice has been held daily since Jim Brooker, Captain of the 1925 Arnold won the mile at the Confer-
vacation and the squad is gradually Michigan track team has been pro- ence indoor meet, Black took fourth
getting into shape. Batting practice tested and declared ineligible for i in the 1,500 meter run at the Illinois
has been held daily with the pitchers 'further competition because lie had relays and Ross finished third in the
serving them up. Extensive infield been competed as a freshman by mile at the Ohio relays. Kennedy, a
practice has also been held, while M. A. C. As a matter of fact Brooker sophomore is an excellent two miler
the outfielders have been busily did not ever receive a monogram for and great things are expected of him.
ch'asing flies in the gardens. Occas- his work at East Lansing and was He has done the distance in 9:45 and
ional games have taken place with never anything but a freshman at took third in the event at the Con-
the Varsity reserves furnishing the that institution. So it was impossible ference indoor meet.
opposition. Soon,' after another cut, for Brooker to have competed on the Murphy is a shot putter who does
the number of the squad will be re- Varsity track team, the three year better than 40 feet consistently.
duced and serious work will be be- rule being in effect at M. A. C. at that
gun. time. Furthermore Brooker has de-
No men are as yet assured of their clared that lie did not participate for i fO MflL$ G veS

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ALL-CAMPUS SWIMMING
( Through the co-operation of
Coach Mann and the officials of
the U)nion, Michigan'sInrm-
al department is planning an
all-campus swimming meet to
be held Thursday, May 7. The
meet Includes 25 yard free stylej
breaststroke, and backstroke
races, 50 yard free style breastj
} and backstroke races, a 220
yard free style event and possi-
bly a fancy diving contest. En-
tries for this meet are now be-
I ing received at the lIitrainural
officee. A relay meet is also be-
ing planned with relays varying
from two lengths of the tankj
free style for each man to one
( length a man back and breast-
stroke. Entries for the relays
must be in by today.

To Hold Fencing
Meet Tomorrow

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All students interested in fencing
will have an opportunity to show
their ability in an all-campus fenc-
ing tournament to 'take place at 1:30
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in Wat-y
erman gymnasium. A match for
duelling swords and sabers will take
place immediately following the fenc-
ing. Dr. George May of the physical
education school and Lieut. Richard
T. Scholsberg of the R. O. T. C. Will
act as judges of the tourney. Lieu-
tenant Sschlosberg has been coaching
the fencing team.
The Intramural department will
present a medal to the winner' of the
fencing tournament which will be run
off in elimination matches. If there
are enough entries in the duelling
swords and sabers event, numeral
sweaters will be awarded to the win-
ners.
Negotiations are under way for a
practice fencing bout with Michigan
State college some time next week at
Lansing. If this goes through the

FENCING TOURNAMENT
The all-campus fencing tour-!
nament which was originally

planned for Saturday will be fIIl{!llll lll111 Iltlll{1{{{If1l!lIlL
held at 1:30 o'clock Friday af-
I ternoon. 1,-.COPPER, SILVER,
w NICKEL PLA1 NG
their ~share of the work, when odd i
1,- done i orshop
spots are to be trimmed up.
Usually it requires three days to ;= Razors Ground and
cut the whole field, but sometimes ! Honed.
the period is shortened. The grass is Safety
always cut once a week during the Rao
Spring season and at times, when aE Blades Sharpened
rainy season is predominant, it must 2 H-(OCDT A L
often be cut every five days. Special HOSP I A
care is taken of the football field and S
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Wolver"ne fencers ought to make a
fine showing due to the fact that they
have been practicing consistently all
year, and wvill have the all-campus
tournament experience fresh in their
minds . Next Monday afternoon at
4:30 o'clock there will be a meeting
for all fencers on the second floor of
Waterman gymnasium for the pur-
pose of electing a captain for next
year's team.
During the past two weeks, a fenc-
ing tourney in the R. O. T. C. has
been conducted between the various
companies, each entering a five-mnan
team. Last week, Company B3 de-
feated Company C in a series of bouts
and yesterday Company E vanquished
Company A in a close match, the
score being 5-4. In yesterday's match
Prag of Company A won all three of
his bouts.
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Giles, 2bU...........4 2
BachmAn, if ........4 1
Haggarty, 31.......4 1
Ryrholm, if.........3 2
Dillman, ss........4 2
Coleman, if.........3 1
Wilson, lb.........2 0
Baker, c...........2 0
Davis, c ...........0 4
T. Fisher, p........0 0
Walter, p ..........2 0
FrObnmke *............1 0

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positions but some of the first year M. A. C. intentionally. If Brooker
men have showed up far better than 1 was only a Freshman at M. A. C. we
their other rivals. There is no out- cannot see exactly what the case of
standing star to cover the initial I the protesting party can be.
sack, which at present is the weak And now with the greatest pole
point in the infield. Oesterbaam and vaultker in Michigan's track histor'y
Fuller are the best first sackers. At I declared ineligible there comes a re-,
second Williams and Petrie have port from Madison that Tom Jones is'
showed to advantage. Lutes is play- going to claim the Conference indoor
ing good ball at shortstop and Wil- championship for his track team. We'
Hams and McLane seem to be holding remember distinctly the expression
their own at the hot corner. 'There on Tom Jones' face wheni Mich'igan
is a wealth of good material for the got its winning margin of points at
outfield. Lang has been playing most the indoor Conference meet. It must!
consistently in the outer defense. make him feel fing to know' thatt
The pitchers are all in good form. Brooker "got it," and that; finally hisI
There are many promising iurlers army of scarlet clad hopefulls has
among the ranks. Up to the present snome sort of a claim to track honors.
time Molenda and Martin seem to But we suggest that if Wisconsin has
have the edge over the remaining any claim to supremacy over Michi-'
boxlmen, Kane has been doing the gan in the track world that she show
hest catching and appears to be the it when the two teams meet here on
pick of the receivers. : Ferry field May 23 or if not then at
This year's yearling t'epm should the Conference meet at Columbus
develop into a first rate aggregation. June 9.
A. number of the men look like prom-
ising ballplayers and should help out Patronize Daily Advertisers - if
the Varsity in another year. pays.-AdV.

Ferry Fied
First Haircut
With the completion of the first
grass cutting of the season on spac-
ious Ferry Field, the football field
and baseball diamond are now in
good shape for the Spring sports.
The gridiron presents the' smooth-
ness and neatness of a golf fairway,
proving a tempting feature to the
golfers who pass Ferry Field en route
to the golf course.
Caretaker Lorenzo D. Thomas,
better known as "Tommy," and his
crew of thirteen men labored con-
sistently during Spuring recess in or-
der that the field Might be in excel-
lent condition by the resumption of
school last week. After the ground
had been fertilized ani sod sifted in
many places, it was roved bywthe
three large gasoline mowers which
are kept at the field. The old hand.
mowers, however, still come in for

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Michigan............... 015 022-10
Summary-Three base hits: Ryr-
holm, Spiekerman. Home run: Cole-}
man. Sacrifice hits: Coleman. Struck
out : by T. Fisher 1, by Walter 6, byj
Wakefield 3. Bases on balls: off
'Wakefield 2, off Walter 3. Hit by
pftcher: by Wakefield (Wilson).
Passed balls: Baker, Fremont. Um-
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