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P'ACE SIXt

,THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Varsity

Tennis And

Golf Squads Victorious On Foreign Fields

BUCKEYES PROVE
[ASY OPPONENTS
Wolverines Conquer Ohio State Team
By Overwhelming 191.2
To 4 1-2 Score
CAPTAIN FEELY STARS3
(Special to The Daily
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 1.-Michi-
gan's Varsity golf team registered an
overwhelming victory over the Ohio
State team at the Scioto Country club
here this afternoon, the Wolverines
accounting for a total of 19 1-2 points
while the Buckeye squad succeeded in
scoring only 41-2 points. Thiswas
the opening match for the Michigan.
squad for the season.
Capt. Fred Feely led his teammates
in the one-sided victory, shooting 79
for the 18 holes in ,winning his in-
dividual match, and duplicating this
score in his foursome.
Playing number one, Captain Feely
accounted for Michigan's first three
points, winning each nine holes and
the match.
Fred lover, playing number four
for the Wolverines, also took -all three
points in his match, equalling Feely's
score of 79.
Addison Connor added 21-2 points,
playing an 85, while Ralph Cole, play-
ing number two for Michigan, gained
one point, and lost two points in his
match in the afternoon.
Feeley and Cole paired for the first
foursome and succeeded in scoring all
six points, Feely's second 79 aiding
materially in the victory. Fred Glover
and Connor; paired for the second
foursome, lost the. first nine holes,
but came back and triumphed in the
second nine and won e match, scor-
ing four points, and losing two.
This overwhelming victory for the
Wolverines over the highly rated Ohio
State squad, on their home course,
was unexpected and promises a great
deal for the remainder of the season1
for the Michigan squad.
The course at the Scioto Country
club is censidered one of the best in
the country, the National open being
scheduled to be played there this
summer.
The Nassau system of scoring pre-
vailed for the matches.
Harry Hartz, western coast driver,
has entered three cars in the four-
teenth annual 500 mile race May 31
at the Indianapolis speedway. He willj
pilot one car.
Official timers of the A. A. U. will
clock Roland Locke, University of Ne-
braska sprinter, when he runs against
time next Saturday in the Nebraska-
Missouri dual meet.

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PINTS IN TIE MEET WITH GfPHERSAuto Races

NETMEN LOSE BUT ONE MATCH IN
THIRD STRAIGHT WIN THIS YEAR

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Cincinnati............8
St. Louis .............. 8
Philadelphia...........8
Pittsburgh ............81
Boston ...........,....6]
Today's Games
Boston at Brooklyn. /
Philadelphia at New -York.
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati.
St. Louis at Chicago.
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.Today's Games

Taking six firsts out of the 15 events
on the program, the freshman track
team tied the powerful Minnesota
yearling squad in a dual telegraphic
meet held yesterday at the respective
schools, the final score being 67 1-2
to 67 1-2.
Coach Charles B. Hoyt's charges
scored slaims in three events, taking
all three places in the quarter mile,
half mile and hammer throw.
Kelley, the Wolverine middle dist-
ance star, accounted for firsts in both
of the runs, covering the 440 in :52.2
and the 880 in 1:59.2. The latter is an
excellent performance in that event
even in Varsity competition. The per-
formance of Ketz in the hammer is
also noteworthy, as his heave of 130
feet 9 inches could take a place in al-'
most any college dual meet.
Hough and Medsger were the Mich- I
igan men that were tied for second in
the quarter, while Kendrick and Hunt
tied for the same position in the .half'
mile. In the hammer, Carlson and
Williams of Michigan placed second
and third respectively.
Minnesota men performed well in
the high jump, in which they scored
their only slam, the 100 yard dash,
the pole vault, discus throw and high
hurdles. In the latter event Otter-
ness was clocked in 15 seconds fiat,
this time being good enough for a
first in any college meet. Guthrie,
the Ohio State star, in winning the
120 yard high hurdles at the Ohio
relays, covered the distance in the
same time and smashed the previous
record of :15.2.
The Gopher marks in the high jump
and pole vault were five feet 11 1-4
inches and 12 feet four inches re-
spectively. The latter jump is one of
the best performances in the meet.'
In the hundred, Rhea, who led the
field in both the dashes, turned in
the fast time of 10 seconds fiat. An
excellent mark was also made by
Laemmle of Minnesota, who threw the
discus 139 feet 9 inches.
According to reports from the
Gopher freshman coach, a favorable
wind was blowing when the 100 yard
dash and the high hurdle races were
run off.,
The summaries follow:

100 yard dash - Won by Rhea
(Minn.) ; Mueller (Minn.), second;
Leonard (Mich.), third. Time-:10 sec-
nds. 1
220 yard dash - Rhea (MInn.);
Mueller (Minn.), and Freese (Mich.),
all tied for first. Time-:23.2 seconds.1
440 yard dash Won by Kelley'
(Mich.) ; Kendrick (Mich.) and Hunt
(Mich.) tied for second. Time-:52.2
seconds.
880 yard run - Won by Kelley
(Mich.); Hough (Mich.), and Meds-
ger (Mich.) tied for second. Time-
1:59.2 seconds.
Mile run-Won by Monroe (Mich.);
Goetz (Mich.), second; Anderson
(Minn.), third. Time-4:37 seconds.
Two mile run - Won by Anderson
(Minn.); Wuerfel (Mich.), second;
Rarig (Minn.), third. Time-10:25
seconds.
Pole vault - Won by Otterness
(Minn.); Hess (Minn.), second; Erick
-son (Mich.), 'third. Height 12 feet 4
inches.
High jump-Won by Rhea (Minn.);
Otterness (Minn.), second; Hess
(Minn.), third. Height-5 feet 11 1-4
inches..
Broad jump - Won by Wilson
'(Mich.); Catlin (Minn.) second;
Blocker (Minn.), third. Distance-21
feet 7 1-2 inches.
120 yard high hurdles-Otterness
(Minn.) and Jacobs (Minn.) tied for
first; Kinney (Mich.), third. Time-
:15 seconds.
220 yard low hurdles-Won by Tar-
bill (Mich.); Kinney (Mich.), second;
Jacobs (Minn.) and McDonald (Mich.)
tied for third. Time-:26,2 seconds.
16 pound shot put-Won by Laem-
mle (Minn.); Carlson (Mich.), second;
Wilson (Mich.), third. Distance-40{
feet 3 inches.
Javelin throw - Won by Frykman
(Minn.); Ihde (Minn.), second; Ketz
(Mich.) third. Distance-159 feet 11
inches.
Discus throw-Won by Laemmle
(Minn.) ; Johnson (Minn.), second;
Carlson (Mich.), third. Distance-139
feet 1-4 inch.
Hammer throw - Won by Ketz
(Mich.); Carlson (Mich.), second;
Williams (Mich.) third. Distance-
130 feet 9 inches.

(13y Associated Press)
INDIANAPOLIS, May h. - Thirty-
seven automobiles, five of them from
foreign countries, are entered in the
500 mile auto race to be run May 31 at.
the Indianapolis motor speedway. En-
tries close tonight at midnight. The,
list is the largest in several years and
may be augmented by entries that are
in the mails.
De Paolo, American riding champion
in 1925, heads the drivers who have
been nominated to drive the cars,
which will have a piston displacement
of 1 and 1-2 cubic inches. It will be
the first race for the little motors in
America.
Hartz, Brooker, Durant, Hill, Feng-4
ler, and McDonough are among thel
other drivers who are elected to pilot
i the mounts.
I PRELDINARY CAMPUS NET
I MATCHES TO END MONDAY
I Results from the first round
I tennis matches in the all-campus,j
I freshman, and fraternity compe-
I tition must be in by Monday, or
candidates will be eliminated, ac-
cording to an announcement!
I made by the intramural depart-
ment. L
f All second round matches must{
be finished and results madef
known to the officials by Wed-I
nesday.

(Special to The Daily)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., May 1.-
Michigan tennis men swept to their
third straight victory of the seasonI
here this afternoon when they de-1
feated the Indiana racquet team, tak-"
ing all but one match, for a score of
6.1,
Capt. Earl Krickbaum set an excel-
lent example for his teammates by
disposing of Romey with the loss of a
single game, 6-0 and 6-1. Krickbaum'
wasted little time with the Hoosier
number one man, clearly outclassing
him in the two fast sets.
Dick Crane continued to display a
fine brand of tennis and court gen-
eralship to defeat SponslQr, of Indiana
basketball fame. The score of this
I match was 6-1, 6-3, and was reeled
I off in short time.
Leighton Stephens played a steady
game which was one of the bright
points in the Michigan triumph. He
overwhelmed Rothrock with the loss
of but two games, 6-0, 6-2.
Jim Vose fell before the attack of
Taylor, Indiana number four player,
but only after a hard match. The,
scores, 6-3, 6-4, scarcely indicate the
keeness of the competition. Taylor
was in top form this afternoon and
played an excellent game throughout,1
making but few errors and these were
not costly. This was the first match
Michigan has lost this year.
Irwin Olian won the final singles

match from Lesler in straight sets,
both of which were by a score of 6-2.
Olian is a new competitor for the
Maize and Blue, but showed coolness
in the match, keeping the situation
well in hand from start to finish.
Michigan won both doubles :matches,
but here the competition was strongIr,
the Hoosiers forcing one match to
three sets and causing no end of trdu-
ble in the other.
Rothrock and 'Taylor took the' first
set from Vose and Stephens by a 6->
count and it seemed as though Michi-
gan would sustain another match de-
feat. However ,the Wolverine pair
pulled themselves together to play un-
beatable tennis during the next two
sets in which they , lost only two
games, the margin of victory being
3-6, 6-2, 6-0.
Krickbaum and Crane won from
Romey and Sponsler in another hard
fought match, winning in straight sets
6-4, 6-4.
The victorious Wolverines left af-
ter the match for Indianapolis for the
Butler matches which will be played
Monday afternoon. Word was r,-
ceived here to the effect that the
matches against Washington univer-
sity Wednesday in St. Louis had been
cancelled. The team will return to
Ann Arbor immediately after their
play with Butler.

Detroit at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Washington.
Chicago at Cleveland.
PENN, DRTMOUT LS
TO YL NTAKME
.(By Associated Press),
PHILADELPHIA, May 1.-Yale won
the triangular track meet from the
University of Pennsylvania and Dart-
mouth at Franklin field today. Yale
scored 58 1-2 points, Pennsylvania 40,
and Dartmouth 36 1-2. No records
were broken. Yale won seven firsts,
five second places and six third places.
Pennsylvania won five firsts, three sec-
onds, and four thirds, while Dartmouth
took three first places, six seconds and
three thirds.
Ray Wolff, Pennsylvania, was top
point winner, scoring 10 points, when
he won both hurdle races. Glenn Den-
ning, Dartmouth, scored' eight points
in procuring first place in the 220 yard
dash and second in the 100.
Norton, of Yale, also won eight
points, finishing first in the 100 and
jsecond in the 220.
The Southern A. A. U. track and
field championships will be held at
the Nee stadium at Lafayette, La., May-
21 and 22. The greatest athletes of
Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas will
compete.

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