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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

AT AMARC 12, 1927

WOLVER INES ARE CUNCEDED LITTLE CHANCE ONKEDSINGE SIMONCH WINS CIII WINS !NTFRAT
Of ANENG BIG TEN TRACK CHAMPIONSHIP TLE WY T P T T TEAMS T[ FOI

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II tourney XlhicA fti'rsed
2lany TI'nn; Wars
DEFEATS MANUEL ALONSO
(By As-ociated Prc:ss)
PALM BEACI -, March 1--.-WilliamI
T. Tilden 11, Ainerica's first ranking
net star, won the Florida state men's
tennis champiounshin here today in tri-s
umphuing over Manuel Alonso, num-
ber two rankipg player in three cut of
five sets. 7-5, (8, 3-6, 6-0, 6-4.
The two sta'ed a spectacular fight:
culminating a tourney in which an'
array of ropresentative American
stars participated. Tomorrow, they'
1 wil resume hostilities in the finalsI
of the doubles tournament with Til-
den paired with Wilbur Coen, Jr.,!
Kansas City, Mo., against Alonso and
Francis T. Hunter, New Rochelle, N.
Y., Olympic doubles champion.
Tilden and AU so played under a
terrific strain, at times careful to a
fault and again taking the most dar-
I ing chances to win the numerous pro-
longed rallies which kept a huge gal-
lery on its feet cheeging almost every,
play. Neither was able to command
an appreciable advantage and the re-
sult was in doubt until the former
champion executed a brilliant place-
ment from the net to take the final
point.
NEW YORK, March 11-America.l

Theta Clii won the annual inter- kins, Phi Kappa Psi; third, Blanchard,
fraternity track meet at Waterman Phi Chi; fourth Buchanan, Phi Gam-
Gymnasium last Thursday night with ma Delta. Time: 9.5.
a total of 14 1-2 noints. Phi Sigma 65 yard low hurdles--first, Wid-
Kappa and the 9-iangle club were tied man, Phi Sigma Kappa; seconl, 1la.1
for second with 12 each, and Tau chard. Phi Chi; third, Miller, Pl
Kappa Ensilon was fourth with 10. Kappa, Sigma; fourth, Donnenfield,
ieTh't. Xi, Beta Theta Pi, Phi Chi, Sigma Alpha Mu. Time: 8.1
and Phi Kanpa were tied for fifth with 440 yard dash-first, Wagner, Phi
7 points while Phi Kappa Sigma was Kappa; second, Falconer, Phi Kappa
sixth with six tallies. Other housesI Sigma; third. Heaney, Phi Sigma Kap-
Ito score were Sigma Alpha Mu, 5; Phi ;ia; fourth, Warthin, Theta Chi. Time:
Kappa Psi. 4; Phi C amma Delta, 3; 58.5.
Alpha Omega, 2: Alpha Tan Omega, 2; 880 yard run-first, Witmer, Theta
and Sigma Zeta, 1.. There wpre 250 en- tChi: second, Mathias, Triangle Club;
ries and twenty houses qualified third, Wagner, Theta Xi; fourth, H-
men for the finals. verman, Sigma Zeta. Tim!: 2:15.2.
J. Widman, Phi Sigma Kappa was One mile run-first, Nunely, Tan
the individual high scorer with two Kappa Epsilon; second, Cox, Phi Kap-
first in the 65 yard high and low pa; third, Thomas, Phi Chi; fourth,
hurdles. Other men who placed in two Allio, Theta Chi. Time: 5:05.8.
events were Donnenfield, Sigma Al- Shot put-first, Arendt, Beta Theta
pha Mu, in the 50 yard dash and low Pi, 45 feet, 4 inches; second, Crego,
hurdles; Blanchard, Phi Chi, in both Theta Chi, 43 feet; third, Poorman,
the hurdles; Crego, Theta Chi, in the Alpha Tau Omega, 42 feet one inch;
shot put and high jump; and Arendt, fourth, McGill, Phi Kappa Psi, 39 feet
Beta Theta Pi, in the shot put and 6 inches.
high jump. Crego tied with Arendt High jump-first, Waddell, Triangle
for second in the high jump, and then Club, 5 feet 3 inches; tie for second
won the place on the jump off, equal- and third between Crego, Theta Chi,
ing the winner's mark of 5 feet 3 and Arendt, Beta Theta Pi, 5 feet
inches. 2 inches.- (Crego won the jump off);
The mile race was the mest exciting fourth, Robinson, Sigma Alpha Mu, f
event of the evening, Nunely, Tau feet 1 inch.
Kappa Epsilon, leading three quarters Standing broad jump-Tie for first
of the way and then being passed only between Stricker, Tau Kappa Epsilon
I to come back strongly at the ,finish and Salmond, Triangle club, at 9 feel
and win from Cox, Phi Kappa, by five 4 inches. third, Brown, Phi Gamnma

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United States Open Golf champion,
is certain to meet some keen com-
petition in the coming invitation tour-
nament which will be played over the
East Lake course at Atlanta, Ga.,
Bobby's home course. The rich prizes
offered to the winners have brought
a large field including many cham-
pionship golfers, to the tournament.
Foremost amongst Bobby's opponentE
will be 1-agen and Cruickshank.
Mrs. Steward Hanley, Detroit, one up.
Miss Wall was medalist with 81.
The golf today was not particularly
good, Mrs. lanley requiring a 49 in
the outward nint to her opponents
48. They both came in in 45.
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will have the pick of several metro-
politan top ranking stars as well as
the services of the Spanish ace, Man-
uel Alonso, in forming a team to com-
pete in a special international series
of tennis matches with Jacques Brug -
non and Jean Borotra of France at the
Brooklyn Heights Casino, March 18, 19
and 20.
The American team will represent
the Heights Casino Club and will be
captained by Samuel Hardy, former
Davis Cup leader. Alonso will have
the number one singles position and
either Dr. George King or Francis T.
Hunter is expected to get the other.
Watson M. Washburn and Edward T.
Herndon allso will be available. Four
singles and doubles contests will be
played as in Davis Cup competition.
A similar but official Franco- Amer-
ican team series last winter resulted
sult was in doubt until the finish.

Pete Lazo
Welterweight champion of the world
who lost a ten round bout to Joe
Simonich, of Butte, Montana, at Chi-
cago last. Thursday night. Fortun-
ately for the welter champion his
title was not involved in the engage-
ment.
As a result of his defeat of Latzo
Simonich. is expected to engage the
champion in a return bout for the
title of the Welterweight division
during the summer.

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yards in 5 minutes, 5 and 4-5 seconds.
Summary:
50 yard dash-first. Kellog, Theta
Xi; second Donnenfield, Sigma Al-
pha lulu; third, Lappin, Alpha Omega;
fourth, Lyman, Tau Kappa Epsilon.
Time: 6.2. %
65 yard high hurdles-first, Wid-
man, Phi Sigma Kappa; secomid, At-

Delta; fourth, Geikie, Theta Chi.
IOWA. - The national swimming
championships will be held here on
April 1-2.
FORT WAYNE-The Fort Wayne
professional basketball team defeated
Washington 36 to 23.

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