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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

' §ATURDA.Y, MAY 2, 1925

SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1925

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GOLF TERA OPENS
-SCHEDULE TODAY
Captain ldohbw(rthi, eeley, Glover,
And Lehman To (ompete
Against 0. S. l.
MATCHES START AT 9
Michigan's Varsity golf team will
tee off today in the opening match
of the season when the Wolverines
encounter the Ohio State golfers on
the Ann Arbor golf club course. The
singles matches will be played in the
morning and will begin at nine
o'clock. At two o'clock in the after-
noon, the doubles will be played.
The Michigan team will consist of
Capt. Mode Holdsworth, Fred Feeley,
Fred Glover, and Paige Lehman. All
these men have been showing up well
in the regular practices of the Var-
sity squad and wil undoubtedly play
a fine game for the Maize and Blue.
Student manager Russell Jaenke,
who is in charge of the Ohio State
team, announced last night that the,
Buckeye team. will probably consist.
of the following men: Capt. Gifford
King, Cliford King, Ray Rice and Ray
Fischer. The two Kings are the only,
veteran members of the team and are
said to be formidable players.
Yesterday afternoon, the 0. S. U.
golfers had a light workout on the
club course in order to familiarize
themselves with its peculiarities. As
a strong wind was blowing, they were
unable to make any extraordinary
scores. The grounds are in excellentt
condition because of the recent rain-
fall and tomorrow's competition ought
to be keen. The gallery is open to
spectators and a large crowd is ex-
pected. Last year, Michigan defeatedt
Ohio State at Columbus in the open-
ing match of the season, by a score<
of 18 1-2 to 5 1-2.
FISHER'S NINE TO
PLAY ILLINI TEAM
(Continued from Page One)
The Illinois lineup and batting ord-
er will probably be as follows:
Worth at third base, Paxton in left
field, Kinderman, of course, in the
box, Margolis in the clean up position
and in right field, Capt. Simonich at1
first base, Godke behind the plate,t
Major in center field, Jestes at short
stop and Jordan at second base.
- Michigan will lineup and bat in thet
following order with Giles the bestI
scholar and athlete in the Big Ten for
this year in the lead off position at
bat, and at the midway cushion in the
field. The diminutive Bachman will
patrol the left field garden. Haggerty
will bat number three, and will be in
the thick of things, as he was during
basketball, but this time at the hot
corner. Ryrholm boasts the largestI
batting average, and hence will be
seen in the clean up position, and
while not batting will guard right{
field. Captain Dillman will perform
at short stop. Coleman, will be seen
in Kipke's old place in center field.
Wilson will perform at the initial cor-
ner. Cherry will do the receiving,
and as was said before, .Jablonowski,
will occupy the pitcher's box.
Lexington, Va., May 1.-Walter 11
Lindberg, captain and star lefthand
pitcher of the Washington and LeeI
team, has been signed up by the New
York Giants and will report for duty
June 3. I
St. Louis, May 1.-Dick Daviscourt
of Wichita, Kans., has been signed to

oppose Stanislaus Zbyszko, new heavy
weight wrestling champion, in a. fin-
ish match here May 6.

CINDERS
BY W. H. S.

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that at Mr. Thomas' disposal. The I Illinois
indoor track at Urbana is probably +l
the only other which can compare to To H
that in the field house and the out-
door track in Franklin stadium, Mi
Philadelphia, is almost as good as
that on Ferry field. But no other
school can boast two of the best
tracks in thre country.

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url Against
chigan Today

NET TEAM MEETS
HOOSIERS TOYIII

To Try For New
Two Mile Record
In Pacific Meet

BADGSER NINE 'TO
PLAY OHIO STATE1
WIsconsin Baseball I'eamn, VitI .5100
Ratinig, Meets Buckeyes This
Afternoon
COME HERE MONDAY

A comparison of records made by
athletes in the Western Conferencet
since the beginning of the indoor
track season last winter shows Mich -
igan to be leading all other schools.
Ini the hurdles aind the high jump
alone Michigan fails to present
strong competition to the best in the
section. In a nunmber of events the
Michigan athletes had little competi-
tion. In several other events the
Michigan team has two men who rank
as high as anyone else in the Con-
ference. Had it not been for Captain
Jim Brooker's ineligibility the Wol-
verines would be able to claims
another champion for the outdoor|
season.,
In the indoor and outdoor dash
events Hubbard and Wittman rate as I
well as anyone in the West, or in thec
country. In the quarter mile Fein-
singer is acknowledged to be among
the best in the Conference and in the
half mile Reinke and Freyberg are
outstanding. Hicks and Hornbe'rger1
are both as good milers as are found
East of the Alleghanies and in the
two mile Calahan is regarded as onec
of the best three in this part of the
country.1
Michigan is also well balanced in1
the field events. Munz was up
among the best of tile shot puttersj
all winter and with the exception of
Schwarze, the Wisconsin "superman"
he is just as good as anyone 'he willj
meet during the outdoor schedule. In
the pole vault Michigan reigned su-
preme all winter with the services ofr
Brooker and "Piper" Northrup.
Northrup is expected to. fill Brook-
ers shoes to a pretty large extent for I
the rest of his college career. In theI
broad jump Hubbard and Northrup
are far superior to anyone else in the
middle West. The Discus throw willj
be well taken care of by Doyle, and
Munz who both rate with the best in
the Conference and in the javelin
throw Northrup is one of the mostt
capable performers in the country.1
Everything considered, Michigan's1
track team is one of the best bal-I
anced combinations which ever trody
the cinders of Ferry field.-
To Mr. Lorenzo D. Thomas, care-
taker of Ferry field, goes the honorf
of having built two of the best tracksI
in the country. The indoor track in
the field house was considered to be{
one of the finest indoor circuits dur-
ing the past winter and the outdoor
cinder path is undoubtedly the best inj
the land. The track at Des Moines,;
the scene of the Drake relays cannotP
compare to it, in spite of the fact thatI
the equipment used by the Drake
management is more complete thanP
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Indiania Teai To Face Varsity
Third Match Of Vear, At
Ferry Field

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All entrants in any all-campus or
inter-class activity conducted by the
Intra-mural department are request-
ed to report their new telephone
numbers to this office on or before
May 1. Either report to the Intra.-
njuval office at Waterman gymna-
sium or call 2268.
All-Campus Tennis
All first round tennis matches
must be reported by Wednesday noon
or the contestants will be eliminated.
This rule applies both to all-campus
and interfraternity tennis. If for
some reason or other these matches
can not be played off by Wednesday,
please call the Intra-mural office.
Following is a schedule of the
second round which must be played1
off and reported by Saturday noon:j
Dougall 1482M -s Benham 558;
Falk 3654 vs. L. Stein 1110J; Darba-
ker 2344J vs. Finkleman 1271; Gibson
3010R vs. Greenspan 3051R; P. H.I
Chapman 422M vs. Maloney 1271; Ii.{
Segal 3124R vs. R. A. Cohn 2165R;
W. F. Dreyer 99M vs. Ducket 2106R;
McKnight 3015 vs. S. C. Oviatt 3507J;
T. A. Marshall 1783W vs. Storms
1512W; D. Cluff 1600J .vs. Sims
1051M; Basserdet 1051M vs. Davis
1808W; Thomas 595 vs. Arthur 825W;,
Felix 2034R; vs. Watts 1330M:
Bruske 63 vs. Toevs 2220; Briggs vs.
Meyer 1273R; Lappin 1510J vs. Laz-
arus 2420J; Wolfenden 2738 vs. R.
Waterbury 1484.
All-Campus hiorseshoe Singles
All these games must be played byf
Monday, May 4. H. Goldberg 3654 vs.1
Esten 3134R; R. S. Giest 231 vs.
O'Brien 3211; H. Segal 3124R vs. A.
Pekkla 2432J; S. Eisenberg 1526R vs.
E. Goddard 484; L. Johnson 3493W
vs. Mancjiester 1855; Cannon 3211 vs.
Donahue 3211; Wright 1366 vs. Rab-
nourtz 986J; Sack 3211 vs. Leopold
3583; Kentta 1797 vs. Caraway 1211R;I
Marsh 1783W vs. Mazer 3124R; Die-
ner 231 vs. Swrutz 1268; Averbook
3007J vs. Seligson 1324J; Merrick
3211 vs. Vedder 879; Muscovitch 72J
vs. Cochran 1211R; Jackson 1273W
vs. Specter 244R; Greenebaum 7512
vs. Ch'arter 3634; Stienhauer 3003J
vs. Small 2576W; Weiss 131 vs. Mc-
Mahon 1939W; M. Stien 3124R vs.
Dreyer 99M; Marlcey 3211 vs. L. Ei-
senberg 1526R; Shoesmith 1855 vs.
Norton 878J; Kramer 3007J vs Purdy
903W.
All-Campus Horseshoe Doubles
The following games must be
played and reported by Monday, May
4: Werkey and O'Brien 3211 vs. Mer-
rick and Sack 3211; Shoesmith and
Mondertes 1855 vs. Kramer and Aver-
book 3007J; Greenbaum and PartnerI
751W vs. Spector and Rabnourtz
986J; Stein and Levy 3124R vs. Clark'
and Beatty 1809; Mazer and Stein
3124R vs. Lyons and Deikel 1460;
Diener and Giest 231 vs. Caraway
and E. Cockran 1211R; Baer and
Goldberg 3654 vs. Wright and Schoet-
tley 1366; Norton 878J and Pekkla
2432J vs. Segal and Stern 312411;
Eisenberg and Eisenberg 1526R vs.E
Muscovich and Green 72J.

CLOSE FIGHT EXPECTED
Michigan's Varsity tennis squad
will play its third match this season
when it meets the Indiana net squad
at 10 o'clock on the Ferry field
courts.
It is not known yet whether the
Hoosiers will have a full five man
team but in all probabilities they will
and a regular match will then be
played.. Nothing is -known as to the
strength of their team but it is pre-
dicted that they will bring quite a
formidable aggregation of material
for they give the Wolverines a stiff
battle every year.
To date the Michigan team has
played t'&o matches,. wining them
both in easy fashion. The first
match of the year was with the Mich-
igan State college of Agriculture
which the Wolverines won 7-0 win-
ning every set. Last Wednesday
Marquette furnished the opposition
for the Varsity racqueteers and they
too fell'before the onslaught of the
fast playing of the Wolverine net
men, 4-0.
In today's match there will be five
doubles and two singles matches.
Captain Crane, Jerome, Elliott, Krick-
baum and Vose will play the.singles
matches, while Captain Crane and
Jerome will. pair nup in the first
doubles match and Krickbaum and
Vose will play the second doubles
mratch.
PettiboneWins
Fencing Crown

(Special to The Daily)
Madison, Wis., May 1.-Coach Low-
man and his champion seeking Badg-
r er baseball team left here this after-
noon for Columbus where they will
meet the Ohio State nine tomorrow,
and then move on to Ann Arbor for
a game with Michigan on Monday.
The Badgers are at present in the
.500 division having lost to Illinois
last week-end, after having defeate-I
Northwestern the week before. In
spite of the fact that in Ohio and
Michigan, Coach Lowman's charges
will encounter the two teams that tied
Ilast year for the Conference chan-
pionships, the Varsity mentor is of
the opinion thatphis men will find the
going easier than when they faced
Kinderman, the Indian pitcher.
Against Ohio and Michigan the team
will probably lineup with Donagan in
left field leading off the batting order.
Captain Ellingson at second, Tangen
at third, Wieland at short and Steen
at first. Larson wili play centerfold
with Edwards taking care of the right
field gardei. Edwards may seo scrv -
ice in the box in either of the games
as he has shown some ability as a
pitcher but was transferred to the
Paavo Nurmii outfield because of his hitting abil-
The Finnish record breaker will ity. Jannsen may work as either an
take a crack at his own two mile outfielder or in the nearer circuit.
mark tomorow at the Pacific associ- Against Ohio, Clausen will probably
assume the pitching burden, while
ation track and field meet, to be held Shrenk will be used against Mich-
at Golden Gate park, San Francisco, igan.
Cali .-_- _

Fred Kinderman
Illinois' hitching ace, who will s
the game against Michigan this
einoon at Ferry field.
Kinderman has won two Big
baseball games for his team so

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aft-
Ten
far

Sthis season, and ha
F orm on the rubbe
handler, andl hails fl
This is his second
er pitching staff.
lonowski are exj
tpectacular hurling
Today, which will
Conference season
be a rather crucial
in.

as shown excellent
r. Ileis a right-
'rom Oak Park, Ill.

year on the Suck-
He and Pete Jab- C. L. Pettibone '28 came through in
pected to stage a fine style by winning the Foil in the
ducelin fencing meet held yesterday after-
duel in the game noon at Waterman Gymn.
open Michigan's P. J. Keller '26, captain of this
. and which will year's fencing team, was the runner
game for the Ill 1p. The Epie was won by 1. J. N.
Kin- Neugrass, also a freshman. Groff was
fne pitcher, the runner up. Although the matches
d in the outfield or were close, the freshmen showed
As hard hitting. class and easily outdid their oppon-
ents.
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Nurni will run the event against
Willie Ritola, his countryman and
chief rival. Nurmi may smash his
world's record of 8:58 1-5, set earlier1
in the year. Ritola has done about i
9:05.1
The games will start today and
continue aver through tomorrow.
Among the other stars entered are!
Lloyd Hahn, and Myrra, holder of the
world's record in the javelin throw.

To make it ready to receive next
winter's supply of coal, the coal st.or-
age basin at the University power
plant is being cleaned out. The basin
has a capacity of 50,000 tons whicfL
is sufficient to meet the needs of the
plant -for the winter.
Madison and Monroe streets are be-
ing resurfaced by the street commis-
sioner's department. The gravel is
being treated with oil and rolled.

ALL-CAMPUS SWIMMING
Through the co-operation of
Coach Mann and the officials of
the Union, Michigan's Intramur-
al department is planning an
all-campus swimming meet to
be held Thursday, May 7. The
meet includes 25 yard free style
breaststroke, and backstroke
races, 50 yard free style breast
and backstroke races, a 220
yard free style event and possi-
bly a fancy diving contest. En-
tries for this meet are now be-
ing received at the Intramural
office. A relay meet is also be-
ing planned with relays varying
from two lengths of the tank
free style for each man to one

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Practice for the sophomore
baseball team will b)e held at 1
o'clock today on south Ferry
held. All members of the team
are urged to be present.
W. A. WARRICK,
Manager.

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