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PACE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I_'\PAY, MAN' 9, 1921,

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MICHIGAN GOLFERS
LOSE TO ILLINOIS'
Newimiian Makes A Birdie On Last Hole,
But Mason Sinks 12 Foot Putt
To Decide Match
ILLINI WIN BY 1 POINT
Michigan golf team lost to Illinois
yesterday 12 1-2 to 11 1-2 in one of
the most spectacular and uncertain
matches ever played at the Ann Arbor
golf course. Michigan was leading the
scoring in the morning, but was un-
able to cope with the more brilliant
playing of the Illini team in the after-
noon.
Captain Feely led his men in win-
ning three of the twosome matches in
the forenoon. He defeated Mason for
all three points, making his round in
70. Connor had a. little more trouble
in subduing Kundstadter in their
match, but won 2 1-2 to 1-2. Tewks-
berry defeated Newman in the third
match of the morning 2 to 1. Cole'
easily won from Anderson by three
points in the final match of the morn-
ing.
Illinois won both of the foursome
matches played in the afternoon when
Tewksberry and Kundstadger finally
defeated Feely and' Connor by the
score of 4 to 2. Tewksberry began
his brilliant work of the day when he
holed out on a chip shot for a birdie
three on the 17th hole.
,Mason and Anderson won the second
match of the afternoon when they de-
feated Newman and Cole, winning all
six points. The outcome of the final
match was dubious until the men had
played the last hole, for Newman
should have won the match when he
made a 30 yard chip shot for a birdie,
but Mason retaliated with a 12 foot
putt which won the match for Illi-
nois.
Six important games are carded for
this week in the class baseball league.
The games will bring together some
of the league leaders, and the results
of these will be a potent factor in de-
termining the final standings.
The literary sophomores and fresh-
/men will open the week's round of
games when they meet at 3:15 o'clock
Wednesday and in the second game at
4:15 o'clock the sophomore engineers
will oppose the senior engineers.
Thursday's games will bring togeth-
er the junior literary and pharmacy
students at 3:15 o'clock, and the all-
dental and freshman physical educa-
tional teams at 4:15 o'clock.
In the final games of the week, the
freshman engineers are scheduled to
play the junior engineers, while the
all-medical team will engage the all-
law student nine. These contests, like
the others, will start at 3:15 o'clock
and 4:15 o'clock respectively.


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BARBER EQUALS LOCKE
MARK IN CENTURY DASH
(By Associated Press)
SAN FRANCISCO, May 8.-
Phil Barber, of the University of
California, competing here this
afternoon in the Pacific athletic
association track and field meet,
won in the 100 yard dash in
:9 5-10, beating the accepted
world's record of :9 6-10 and
tieing the mark recently set by
Roland Locke of Nebraska.
Jackson Scholz of the New
York athletic club, finished sec-
ond and Newhoff, Olympic club,

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San Francisco, third.

WOLVERINESWIL PA A
HAWKEYE NINE MONDAY'
Michigan will meet Iowa tomorrow;
at Ferry field in the second Confer-
ence home game of the season. Iowa
lost the first three Conference games
of the season, one to Minnesota and
two to Illinois, but, regardless of their
previous efforts the team is not dis-
heartened and a stubborn battle can
be expected.
Don Miller, Varsity pitching ace who
became ill on the last trip will get
the pitching assignment for the Iowa
game provided he has recoveredr
enough to assume his duties. Edgar,
will catch.
The Iowa team will arrive from
Evanston tomorrow, and will line up
as follows: Says, If; McNabbs, ss;
Flinn, cf; Terry, rf; Hoben, 2b; Smith,
3b; Gamble, 2b; Miller or Beardsley,
c; Adams, Corbin, Towne, or Stek-
man, p.
The Iowa team is not reputed to be
a slugging aggregation because of
their few hits in their first few Con-
ference games, and especially in the
two games with Illinois. The Hawk-
eyes do not possess any of the pitch-
ing stars of the Conference, but as a
whole their pitching is effective.
Nine teams, winners in the respec-
tive elimination leagues, will enter
the championship finals this week to
decide the title in the interfraternity
horseshoe tournament.
The teams who earned their way in-
to the finals are the Psi Omega, Sig-
ma Alpha Mu, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi
Lambda Kappa, Phi Sigma Kappa,
Delta Phi, Theta Chi, Alpha Chi Sig-
ma, and Sigma Nu.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified colmuns.-Adv.
CHEER SQUAD TRYOUTS
Daily workouts are slated for
the cheering squad at Ferry field
for theremainder of the semes-
ter. They will be held at four
o'clock, and all freshmen who
wish to try out for the squad
will report at that time.
( W. A. Warrick,!
Cheerleader?l

TENNIS TEAM WINS
WILL MEET ILLINDI1
(Special to The Daily)
TOLEDO, 0., May 8.-Michigan ten-I
nis players swept to an overwhelming,
victory over the local Toledo tennis
club here this afternoon, winning 10
of the 12 matches played in the special
meet which was arranged by Paul
Leidy, former Michigan tennis coach
and a member of the local club.
The five regulars on the Michigan
team won their matches in nice shape,
the only real struggle coming in the
match between Stephens, the Wolver-
ine number three man, and Beck.
Beck opened strong and took the first
set in decisive fashion, 6-3. In the
last two sets Stephens was pressedt
to the limit and only won after two
hard deuce sets. The match score was
3-6, 8-6, 9-7.
Captain Krickbaum scored an easy
triumph over Ohl, defeating him 6-1,
6-1. The Michigan man showed excel-
lent tennis, having the match his own
way from start to finish. Hardly less
impressive was the play of Crane who
won from Baiser of the local club los-
ing only five games. The two sets
were 6-2 and 6-3. Vose had no very
great trouble in subduing Voorheis in
straight sets. He too lost but fivey
games, 6-3, 6-2. Olian of Michigan de-I
feated Moffatt 6-1, 6-3 to complete the
triumph of the Michigan regulars.
Three additional men were taken on,
the trip and all played well. It was
the first Varsity competition for all
as the regular intercollegiate meets
require only a five man team. Finkle-
man, playing as number six, defeated
Bowers in a three set match, 6-3, 1-6,
6-4. The Michigan player showed well
in the first set but seemed to be upset
in the next set in which he fell an
easy victim. In the final set he re-
gained the upper hand to run out the
match.
Toledo was also able to win but one
doubles match, against the third Wol-
verine combination, Slowinski and
Finkleman. The Michigan pair seemed
well on their way to a victory when
they won the first set at love, but
Kraft and Moffatt rallied to gain the
last two sets with little difficulty, 6-2,
6-2. Olian and Toevs engaged Baith-
er and Leidy in another three set
match but this time the Wolverine
team won. They lost the first set 5-7
and then recovered to win easily, 6-1,
6-3.
Crane and Krickbaum defeated Bat-
mer and Ohl, 6-2, 4-6, 6-4. The Michi-
gan pair encountered hard opposition
here and the issue was in doubt to
the end, it being their good work in
the first set that decided thie issue.
The Wolverine number one team scor-
ed the only straight set doubles win
by defeating Metoun and Beck 6-4, 614
in two hard sets.
TECUMSEH.. - Four teams will
compete in the southern Michigan
baseball league it was decided at an
organization meeting held here. The
towns include Tecumseh, Manchester,
Clinton, and Milan.

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AT TOLEDO5 10 2 Smare
(Continued from Page One)
100 yard dash-Hester (M), first;'
Leschinsky (M), second; Grimm (0),
third.Time :09.7.
Mile run - Freyberg (M), first;
Five University of Illinois tennis Swisher (0), second; Loomis (0),
players will invade Ann Arbor tomor- third. Time 4:24.5.
row in an attempt to down the Wol- 220 yard dash-Leschinsky (M),
erine team which has not suffered de- first; Grimm (0), second; Irwin (0),
feat in a meet this year, and which third. Time :21.2.
has lost but four of the forty match- 120 yard high hurdles-Guthre (),
es in five starts Play is scheduled fir Sn (M), sed; Schrode
to start at 4 o'clock, witfl the resuls f ),st hir. TM e c;4.d
expected to play a big part in deer-
ming the 1926 champion of uh Big 440 yard dash-Feinsinger (M),
Ten. first; Bevan (0), second; Herrnstein
T he Illini boast a strong, evenly T w, i r uKeny ),1s
balanced team which has displayed its Callahan (Mrunsecnedh(skedrian
ability in matches against Iowa and )al third. Time9eo.d Iskenderian
Chicago, the highly touted Iowa team 220 yard low hurdles-Guthrie (0)
going down before llinois without first; Irwin (0), second; Lasser (M),
winnng a match. hr.Tm 2
Captain Shoaff, a. junior and lone third. Time :24.
CnHalf mile run-Hornstein (O), first;
veteran of last year's team, will play Tooley (0), second; - Wagner (M),
number two tomorrow, with O'Connell third. Time 1:57.8.
a sophomore in the first position. The Shot put-Munz (M), first; Doyle
other three men will be Bard, Geiwick (M), second; Ziegler (0), third. Dis-
and Clark, who are so well matched tance 45 feet 1-4 inch.
that Coach Robert A, Kahn was un- Pole vault-Prout (M), first; North-
able to state definitely which position rup (M) and Huff (M), tied for sec-
each would occupy tomorrow. ond. Heighth 12 feet 6 inches.
Shoaff has been playing well and Discus throw-Doyle
won his match against Iowa with the scus th ),De (M), first;
loss of five games Thum O'Connell is Schravesand (M), second; Munz (M),
third. Distance 131 feet 5 inches.
only a sophomore but has played High jump-Weeks (M) and Anson
brilliantly to gain the number one (0), tied for first, McCain (M), third.
place. He plays with Capt. Eddie Height 6 feet 1-2 inches
Shoaff in the doubles as the first com- Hammer throw - Hawkins (M)
bination Last Saturday they won first; Gabalac (0), second; Mc-
from the star Iowa pair in straight Caffree (M), third. Distance 142 feet
sets and look forward to meeting Vose 10 1-4 inches.
and Stephens. Of O'Connell, Coach Broad jump - Anson (O), first;
a Kahn said, "He plays a strong game, Northrop (M), second; Guthrie (0),
and I look forward to the match be- third. Distance 22 feet 8 3-4 inches.
tween him and Krickbaum." Gelwick Javelin throw-Northrop (M), first;
was a member of last year's squad and Palmer (M), second; Gahm (0), third
is a senior but has not competed prior Distance 181 feet 5 inches.
to this season. Bard and Clark are
sophomores and will play the second
doubles match. **®*S
Michigan will send against Illinois
the same five men who have been so
successful in their past matches. They K
are Captain Krickbaum, Crane, Steph-
ens, Vose and Olian and will play WITH THE NEW WOVEN CRP
singles in the order named. Vose and
Stephens will pair as the first doubles LET
team, while Krickbaum and Crane
will constitute the other one.
Chester Fowler, Red Sox infielder,
has been released to the Minneapolis
club of the American association.
NEW YORK.-Casper Leon, first of
the-Italian fightes ift-this country, is nversity
dead at the age of 54.
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LOS ANGELES. - Another attempt Sammy Ross, Ann Arbor's noted
to break the world's record of 9 3-5 racing pilot, will drive a car in the
seconds for the 100 yard dash will be I Indianapolis Speedway races it was
made by Charles Paddock, champion -announced today. Ross has left for
sprinter, next Saturday at Pasadena Dayton, 0., where he will inspect the
during the running of an invitational car lie is to drive for the Green Engi-
meet held under the auspices of tho neering Co.
Los Angeles Athletic club.
John Lewis of Northeastern high,
Let The Daily sell it for you thru ostablished a mark of 10 seconds fiat
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