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In the first Lome meet of the 1:27
season, the University of Michigan
tennis teazm decisively defeated thre
Pontiac 'tennis club yestftday, tkn
all eight single and four £lotlrle.4
matches. The meet served as excellent
piractice for the team which meets!
Michigan State College next Wednes-
day in Ann Arbor.
Th'e feature of the lay was the -
Algyer-Stephens, I lartxell-Collier
doubles matches which went through
thrree sets before the Wolverine par
won, 6-1, 9-11, 7-5. Algyer' played a
fide gamge for Michigan, b)ut Steph 7ns
was not up to the form he displayed
in his singles match earlier i the
afternoon. In the .secondl set P~ontiac
was leading 5-2, when the Mitc higan
pasir braced, bringing the set to five t
all where service prevailed until thei
score stood even at nine, games
apiece. The Pontiac men then broke
through Stephens' service and ran out
the set 9-11. The third set was close,
andI with the score 3-2 the Wolverines
broke through Hartwell's service
only to have the Pontiac men even
Pi set at 5 all before the Wolverines
took the match.
T'he feature singles match found
Barton, numbr one on the Michigan
team, facing Edward Hammer, former
junior state cham~pion. Despite H1am-
mner's fine (driving, Barton did not
find much difficulty in winning, 6-2,

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Goldsmith, number two, was not
extended to wi"rn his singles match
from Maynard Slater, 6-0, -6-3, and
paired with Olinn the second
doubles match, had an easy time with
Woodell and Lewis, winning 6-2, 6-2.
Capt. Irwin Olian after taking his
jrst set rather easily, 6-2, eased up
ni the second and was at a 2-5 disad-
vantage when he hr aced, taking five
consecutive games, to win the set 7-5
Kenneth Schafer, playing his first
varsity match, blanked his opponent,
J. D. I-a dey, in both sets, while
Leighton Stephens was beating R.
Lewis 6-2, 6-1. Ne~thr King Moore
nor Brody were much extendedl. to
heat their men f-1, 6-1, and 6-1, 6-0,
Brody's opponent was Bruce Gregory,
former Michigan half back.
In the other tWo doubles matches,
Marshall and Kemper beat Gregory
a'pd Hadley 7-5, 6-2; and Barton and
Moore by virtue of their fine over-
head play beat Slater and Ilamier,}
6-2, 61
Hoosier Track Team,
Undefeated In 1926,'
To Meet Wild Cats1
BLOOMINGTON, Id., April 30-In-
diana University will open the dual
track season here next Saturday af-
ternoon whent Northwestern Univer-
sity comes to Bloomington. The Pur-
pe fwil also bring alog its :base-
ball team for a game with the Crim-
son immediately following the cinder
The Hoosiers have not dropped. a
deal track meet since 1925. Last sea-i
son Chicago, Purdue, and Kentucky
went (down in easy fashion while In-
diana finished a close second- i the
state championships anzid'scored 12
5-20 points in the Big TPen champion-
Keen competition appears to be cn-
tered in t1 field events. Northwes-
tern will have its trio of weight stars,
Lewis, Karston, and Dart. Lewis set,
a new record in the shot pt at the
Ohio relays last week. This trio of
Wild Cats will be itted against In
diana's best weight men, Prather
and Smalley. Smalley and Dart should
have a fine battle in the hammer
event. Both heave around 145 feet.
Prather's wrork in the discus wil
be challenged by Lewis. The Purple
bested him by a few feet at Ohio bu
the> Crimson athlete has made bette
marks in the past. Rlinehart's javeli;
huriling will meet competition at the
hands of the three Wild Cats.
Drcegen-ueller, crack 'jrth'western
pole vaulter will be in a cas by him
self as Indriana has ot as yet found I
a vaulter to come near the feats of
the Wild Cat.
Robert Pepper who last yead brough
prestige to. Indiana by his brilliant
s;printing will have to be at his best
to meet the speed of lermansen, of1
Northwestern. Pepper has not made
the time he did last season but lhas
been improving as the season has ad-
One of the promising events is the
relay. Northwestern grabbed off thir
ii tile two mile relay at Kansas whie
Iudiana capturet seond in the half
m~ile relay at Ohio and1(1thirdl positor
i1} the distance medley. No lineup o
either r.:lay team has been announce
'r this Imeet.


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