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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURsDAY, MAY 13, 12G

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ON WESTERN TRIP
Wisconsi,, Minnesota, And Chicago To
Oppose Wolverine InvadersI
Over Week-End
BADGERS ARE STRONG
Michigan's Varsity tennis team will
start on the first lap of its week-end
invasion of the Western Conference at
3:49 o'clock this afternoon when they
entrain for Madison to engage the
Iniersity of Wisconsin in one of the
crucial tests of the year.
After the Wisconsin matches the
men will leave, immediately for Min-
neapolis to play. the Gophers on Sat-
urday. The team will rest over Sun-
day and then attempt to down the
Chicago tennis players on Monday.
Word was received late yesterday
afternoon as to the personnel of the
Badger team, Captain Durand will
play number two, while Boldenwick
will play the first position. Gieffell
holds the third l~ace and Foster the
fourth. Kaner, the fifth man, com-
pletes the list.
Wisconsin has practically the same
met as those who sprung the sur-
prise of the Big Ten tennis season
last year by holding Michigan even in
the last meet of the year when only
six matches were played. This year
with additions from the freshmen of1
last season the Badgers present one
of the strongest aggregations in the
Conference. They have won their on-
ly two encounters to date, defeating
Marquette 6-0 and Northwestern 6-1.
Minnesota, at present, has only a
four man tem, but Director L. G.
Cooie, has promised to put a five man
team on the courts against Michigan,
if it is in any way possible. The per-1
sonnel of the Gopher team is Shay,
Armstrong, Weetman, and Thatham.
The first two pair as the number one
doubles team, while the latter two
form the other combination.. All four
are new men, and thus Minnesota is
not looked upon to furnish as strong
opposition as the Badgers.
Chicago has a tennis squad which'
is capable of excellent tennis and has
lost one meet, to Illinois. The score
of this was the same as the one by
which the Wolverines fell before the
Illini, 4-2, and a close meet should
result. Chicago athletic authorities
have not announced the men who will
play Monday, but the lineup will
probably be the same as the one Illi-
nois faced.
Hudlin, a colored star, played against
O'Connell at that time as number one
man and was defeated in straight
sets. Captain Shaeffer played num-
ber two, and Shapnski, the third po-
sition. Shapinski proved to be the
star for the Maroons winning a
straight set victory. Bennett seems
to be Chicago's best bet as number
four although Hall who played in the
doubles with Hudlin may get the
clyance: Hall and Hudlin are a good
pair and may cause trouble.
Captain Krickbaum will be accom-
panied by the same four men who
have played in the other matches:
Crane, Vose, Stephens, and Olian.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified colmuns.-Adv.

i MILE SWIM INCLUDED IN
FATHERS' DAY PROGRAM
IAs an added feature of the
Fathers' day program to be heldj
Saturday, 11 swimmers from
Coach Matt Mann's Varsity and
freshman squads will engage in
a mile swim at 2:30 o'clock at
the Union pool.
The 10 best times made in this
race will be totaled to form a{
mythical 10 mile relay record.
The men who are to swim, fol-
low: Captain Samson, J. Hal-1
sted, R. Halsted, R. Darnall,
R. Wagner, B. Hughes, Spindle, j
Watson, Dunnakin, Van and Bat-
ter.
John Haisted
Betters Four
Swim Records
John M. Halsted, '27, Varsity swim-
mer, unofficially bettered four out-
standing marks, in a mile back stroke
swim recently. Although there are
no recognized records in this event,
Halsted turned in better time in four
events than those listed by the A. A.1
U. as noteworthy performances.
There are only five records listed at
present in this swim, since the event
is not on the A. A. U. program. The,
best marks turned in as listed are in
the 880 yard, 1000 yard, three-quarter
mile, 1500 yards, and 1500 meters.
The former best marks were turned in
by Robert Hosie, Brooklyn C. S. C.
in 1924.
Halsted started his race compara-
tively slow and at the half mile mark
was clocked in 14:01, 2 2-5 second be-
hind Hosie's time of 13:59 2-5. How-
ever, Halsted quickened his pace from
there and at the 1000 yard mark his
time was 16 minutes. The Brooklyn
star's time at this point was 16:06 2-5.
At the three-quarter mile, the Mich-
'igan swimmer gained more time, be-
i ing clocked at 21:06, and his time at
1500 yards was 23:54. Hosie's former
time at the three-quarter mile was
21:35 1-5, and 24:46 2-5 at 1500 yards.
In the race to the finish, Hosie who
was not timed, passed the 1500 meter
line, and was clocked in 27:09 2-5
against 26:12 for Halsted. Halsted
finished his mile in 27:51.
Former Cobbmen
Help Beat Tigers
(By Associated Press)
BOSTON, May 12.-Hitting by Rig-
ney and Fagstead, all former Tigers,
aided largely in Boston's 4 to 2 vic-
tory over Detroit here today. Hal Wilt-
se, in the box for the Red Sox, al-
lowed eight hits to win his victory and
the team's second game during their
home appearance. Fielding thrills
were contributed b'y Rigney and
Bratche
Peter De Paolo leads the list of 37
drivers to take part in the annual 500
mile event to take place at Indianapol-
is on May 31. De Poala was the 1925
champion.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified colmuns.-Adv.

FOOTBALL TEAMS
WILL PLAY T00AY
Winners Will .Meet Sat urday On Mair-
Field T ofecide Spri' -
ClianpionsY1hu
LINEUPS ANNOUNCED
Coach Kipke's Blue team will meet
Slaughter's White eleven in a grid-
iron battle at 4 o'clock this afternoon
on South Ferry field. Immidiately
following the Blue-White game, Coach
Cappon's Big Red machine will meet
Tommy Edward's Green team in a sim-
ilar tussle. The winners of the two
games will meet to decide the spring
training championship at 2:30 o'clock
on Saturday on the Varsity gridiron.
All teams concerned spent the en-
tire practice period yesterday after-
noon in mastering signals and play
formations and in general polishing up
for their first real battle after four
weeks of preliminary drill..
In today's encounter Coach
Kipke's eleven will line up with Doug-
las and Wiard at the ends, Nickerson
and Palmeroli at the tackles, with
Meese and Moffett at the guards.
Nanry will be over the ball at center,
with Maresh calling signals. Rich
and Totzki at the halves and Weber
at fullback will complete the back-
field.
Slaughter's lineup has been an-
nounced as Bugni and Norris, ends;
Hogar and Ardzian, tackles; Squier
and Nicholson, guards; Walter, cen-
ter; Miethe, quarterback; Duffield and
Day, halfbacks; Black, fullback.
The Red lineup follows: Boden and
Thayer, ends; Heath and Lounsberry,
tackles; Weber and Parker, guards;
Stienecker, center; Johnson, quarter-
back; Hughes and Wenzel, halfbacks;
Gembis, fullback.
Edward's eleven will lineup with
Kratz and Fogg, ends; Caston and
Holpuck, tackles; Baldwin a'nd Palm-
ering, guards; Leason, center; Sauer,
quarterback;; Dahlen and Fitzpatrick,
halfbacks; Iossi, fullback.
The Derby field is beginning to talke
shape again, after the upset in the
Preakness and Pimlico last Monday
shattered the "line" of the form play-
ers. Canter and Baggengaggage, fav-
orites in the Preakness, and three
outsiders will finish in the money, but
they will have another chance to re-
deem themselves in the Kentucky,
Derby Saturday.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

Michigan Will Meet Illinois
W ithFive Injured Players
Regardless of discouraging injuries 1shape to meet the team from Ann Ar-
to four members of the regular squad, bor. Too many errors have been
comnitteed in the last few games to
with his star pitcher ill with a mil allow the former Cub pitcher any easy
case of tonsilitis, Coach Ray' fisher moments, and he is doing his best to
will take his baseball team .to Illi- strengthen that department realizing
nois Saturday leading the Conference the importance of the coming con-r
race. itest. It is likely that either Stewart
In only three games since the Big or Bud Ludham will oppose themin-
Ten opening has Michigan been able vaders, and if Miller hurls for the
to put her full strength in the line- Maize and Blue a pitchers battle is
up, and were it not for so) excep- expected.
tional playing and opportune litting -
the records might read otherwise than -urde , T
five games won and one lost. . P rdue olf Team
}before the season was two weeks Here On Saturdayl
old the right side of the infield was
hampered by leg injuries, both Cap-
tain Wilson and Kubicek being hin- Michigan's golfers, who showed
dered with sore muscles which have great strength against Illinois last
not responded to treatment as quick- o
ly as they should. Saturday, are favored to win over the{
In the last two games Friedman Purdue golf team here Saturday. Pur-
and Puckelwartz were the victims, due dropped its first two starts thisl
both men receiving sprained ankles, season against Northwestern and Chi-
In each of these contests it was the cago by close scores, and should give
timely clouting of Tess Edgar that the Wolverine quartet a stubborn bat-
turned the tide in Michigan's favor, tle.
and had the catcher not hit when he Six of the Varsity golfers will go to
did the Wolverines would now be Monroe today where they will engage
resting in a tie with Northwestern and the Monroe Country club in a prac-
Minnesota for fifth position instead tice match. The Monroe club has sev-
of setting tile pace. eral players on its roster who reach-1
Now Don Miller, the ace of Fisher's ed the semi-finals of the state golf1
pitching staff, finds himself laid up tournament last year. In Bumpus,
with a -toggi of tonsilitle". Compli- who is a student here but inelegible
cations set iin, and while the right- for the team and McPike, the Monroe'
handed star is not seriously ill, still organization have two players of mer-
he is unable to play in his present 1it.
condition. Miller ^ppeared at Ferry The results of today's matches willj
field yesterday afternoon, however, form a basis for the selection of the
and reported that he is gaining four men who will represent the Var-
strength rapidly. Fisher plans to put sity against Purdue on Saturday.
him in uniform this afternoon andI
hopes to have him in shape to pitch CHICAGO.-Grover Cleveland Alex-
against the Illini Saturday. In case ander, veteran National league pitch-
Miller still feels ill, either Walter or er, will be presented with an auto-
Jablonowski will draw the assign- mobile May 22, which has been set
ment. aside as "Alexander day" here.
At Champaign Coach Lundgren is
having a task to get his infied in Patronize Daily AdvertIsers.-Adv.

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Thirteen swimmers won their num-
erals last night in the Union pool by1
scoring a minimum of five points each
i the second annual all-campus swim-
ming meet.
Worensuis and Horn, with 10 points.
apiece led the scoring, followed close-
ly by Cristy, with nine markers, and
1Brunswick, 011, and Hopke, each with
seven points. Worensuis won bothl
the 95 and 50 yard free style events
in the fast times of :12.5 and :31 sec-
onds, while Horn won the fancy div-
ing contest and the 50 yard back.
stroke.
Cristy broke into the scoring col-
umn in three events with a victory
in the 75 yard medley, second place
in the 220 yard free style, and fourth
position in the 50 yard back stroke.
Ills time in the medley was 1:08.3,'
aid he was pressed at the finish by
IIlopke, who advanced from fourth to
second position through a speedy leg
in the back stroke.
I Brunswick scored his seven points
by winning the 25 yard breast stroke,
the first event on the program, in the1
fair time of :17.8 seconds and plac-1
ing third in the 50 yard back stroke.
Iiopke's other four points were made'
in the 25 and 50 yard free style events.
Oil placed second in the 25 yard breast
and the 50 yard back, and fourth in the.
25 yard back stroke contests.
Others who won numerals were:
Orr, with six points, and Driscoll,
Wuerfel, Power, Tyndahl, Van, and
j Wiesswauser, all of whom scored five
points.
No records were shattered in any
I of the events, but Van's time of :35.5
in the 50 yard breast stroke and Wor-
ensuis' performance of :12.5 in the
25 yard crawl were both- good marks.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified columns.-Adv.

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Interfraternity tennis, freshman
singles and doubles tennis, and all-
campus horseshoes doubles matches
have all reach-ed the quarter final
rounds as a result of yesterday's cQa-
tests.
By defeating Phi Lambda Kappa,
the Phi, Gamma Delta netmen advanc-
ed in the lower bracket and Zeta Beta
Tau moved up a notch in the upper
bracket, winning from Delta Tau Up-
silon. Alpha Chi Rho will meet Sigma
P'hi; Sigma Chi will meet Phi Chi:
and Alpha Tau Omega will meet Sig-
ma Nu for the remaining berths in
the upper round. In the lower divi-
sion, Gamma Sigma will meet Kappa
Nu; Phi Kappa will meet Delta Phi;
and Delta Alpha Epsilon will meet
Theta Xi.
Forsyth, Brown, and Kimball have
advanced to the quarter-finals in the
freshmen singles, and there are still
many more matches scheduled. In
the doubles, Lamott and Stephenson
will play Rodenberg and Patrick for'
the right to meet the winner of the
Schafer-Schafer versus Popp-Lamma-
ree match for the championship.
These four teams have swept through
I to the semi-final round in good style
and should furnish some good tennis
in the final matches.
All but one match has been played
in the all-campus doubles horseshoes
tournament. Wax-Rubenstein will
meet Swentz-Hawkinson; Lillie-Wein-
berg's opponents are to be selected;
and Howell-Haag will meet Arnold-
Seestedt within the next two days.
Illinois' speedy relay teams, victors
in three races at Drake, were awarded
places an Albon Holden's all-Amer-
ican relay team in the current issue
of the Big Ten Weekly.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

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MAY 15
IS THE FINAL
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SPRING SALE
OF MEN'S
FURNISHINGS.
DISCOUNTS
20% - 25%

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Dont neglect your
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Sale starts Thursday morning and lasts until Saturday night.
Terms, cash. No merchandise exchanged. All alterations must be paid
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