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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ThUISDAY, MAY 5, 1927

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TENNIS TEAM WILL PLAY IWCHIGAN STATE; ON NEWSTADIUM lD LL M
wori aothe x11,15 o ir evcd tyot IL 0 E D S O
GOLFERS TO OPEN BIG TEN SEASON TODAY ap BE HELD SON
111cYd, acordin; to ,(nls A. Mortson.
auPc iTh endetn cin ,trge, and the fin-

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RICKARO TAKES STAND ON UZCUDIUM BOUT
(A .ass ocited IPress) Iwoodchopper has den andtd I Ctt 1!oi
NEW YORK, May 4--Tex Rickard piomoter post a guarantee of $2,U0u
today took his first definite stand to be paid in the event that Dempsey
for matching Jack Dempsey and Pau- fails -o carry thpouglN with his in-
lino . fotended comeback.
lino Uzcndrum for a heavyweight The guaraktee, unprecedented here
elimination bout this next summer. in any championship -battle, will in-
The Spaniard agreed to terms for sure Paulino against loss of bouts
two matches, on a percentage basis while waiting for Dempsey to come
of 20 percent. The first is scheduled out of retiremnent, he said.

Net Team to Get First Collegiate
Comipetitio of Year Today
Against Upstaters
THIRD MATCH OF YEAR
Michigan's tennis team will get its
first taste of collegiate competition
this afternoon on Ferry field when
the Wolvernes play the Michigan
State netmen. Last year the Varsity
scored a shut out victory over the
Spartans by winning all seven
matches.
This is the second home match of
the year and the third of the season,
the Detroit and Pontiac tennis clubs
being beaten in the other two con-
tests.
Little is known of the Michigan
State team of this season, but it is
expected that the Green will furnish
considerably stiffer competitio'n than
that of last Saturday when the Wol-
verines took twelve matches.
live singles and two double
matches will be played today instead
of eight singles and four doubles as
with the two tennis clubs, this being
the number played in regular college1
competition. Coach Hutchins was
undecided yesterday afternoon as to
the men -who will definitely play to-
day since there has been somewhat
of a shakeup in the ratings during
the past week.
Horace Barton will play number
one with Goldsmith in the second
position in singles, the same as last
week. Captain Olian will play num-
ber three and Stephens will work in
the next place. The fifth position
is uncertain with Algyer and Moore
given equal chance of playing.
Algyer has been playing good tennis
all week and his excellent showing
against Pontiac last Saturday makes
it likely that he will receive the call.
The Barton-Mooe combination wil
undoubtedly play the number one
doubles position, but the other place
is a toss-up. Either Olian and Gold-
smith or Algyer and Stephens will
be the second team. Both are com-
paratively new combinations, and the
latter pa~ir played togetlger for the
first time against Pontiac when tdi
were forced to three sets before win-
ning.
Of the men who played against
Michigan State last year, only two,
Captain Olian and Stephens, are to
compete tomorrow. Stephens at ngm-
ber three a year ago disposed of the
Spartan captain, Stouffer in three sets
while Olan playing his Varsity match
won easily.
Davis Ranks Eighth
In Bating Averages
For Big Ten GamesI
"Red" Davis, Michigan's star
catcher, who was injured in the game
at Syracuse last week, is rated eighth
among the leading batters in the Big
Ten, having garnered three successful
hits in seven times at bat, for an av-
erage of .428. Davis has been the
mainstay of Coach Fisher's batting
list, being very dependable in the
pinches.
Muroney, of Iowa, has been at bat
only three times officially, but leads
the league with two safeties. Mason,
Minnesota, although ranking third, is
the real leader, inasmuch as he has
batted for an average of .500 in eight
trips to the plate.
Puckelwartz, Wolverine captain
and center fielder, ranks seventeenth
among the leaders, tied with Wein-
traub, Michigan third basemen, 'and
seven others, with an average of .333
Puclelwartz has hit safelr three out
of nine times, while Weintraub has
been credited with two hits out of six]
tries.
Marty Karow, Ohio's football and
baseball ace, has the distinction of
having- come to bat the most times,
15, in which he batted safely five
times, for an average of .333.

The following players have averag-
ed .300 or better during the season
t edate:
A.B. H Pct.

Violverijies And Boilermakers uoilh al stage of the construction will be- Squad Will Be Divided Into Four
Hawe Undefeated Records So 1-in next Monday with the pouring of Teams Who Will Battle For
Far This Season the concrete. The mixer was erected Practice Title -
yesterday and tests were made late in
EMAN iS PURDUE AC the afternoon. About one twelfth of MATERIAL FAIRLY GOOD
__S_______ the seating block, almost all of thel
entire southeast part, has been laid f
I ]With teSpring fobal-eaton
Purdue will be the opponents when out witl a false frame and the franmeswellwareitne ay, first scrimmages for
Michigan opens its Conference season for the rest o the stadum are ben eat wi e usd
today over the course of the Lafayette built around the south bend as quick- anddeswiy, eld Tuay
Coun r club. The Michigan squad, ly as the cinders are set and levelled. and Wednesday, according to an an-
which left for Lafayette Tuesday The false frame consists of rows EoanE. mae e
Elton E. 'Wieman.
night in order to have a practice ses- of wooden dummy seats over which , e .. .e d
sion before the match, is composed the concrete will be poured, and as tod yire squ wle di
of Capt. Fred Glover, Addison Con- soon as thie concrete attains a desira- tay itoa fou gr substitute
a full. team and several susiue.I
nor, Ralph Cole, John Bergelin. and ble hardness, the wooden seats will It is probable that the best men will,
Al Vyse-. be removed from beneath leaving the be placed on the first two teams, with
The Boilermakers have two victor- completed stands. the others distributed equally in or-
lies to their credit so far this sea- j The stadium has taken on a definite der to insure even games.
son, having defeated DePauw 19 1-21 shpe, and the boavl is easily dis- 1 ollowing today's practice the
b y a score of cernable. Excavations are completed groups will meet to decide on signals
17 1-2 to 6 1-2. The Purdue aggre- finishing of the seating structure, and and to receive instructions from the
gation will probably consist of Capt. putting the field in a playing condi- coach in charge of the particular
Fridlin, Lehman, Aldinger, and Wy- tion are all that remains to be done. team. There will be no practice Fri-
mer. The first three named are vet- The structural work will probably bec day, because of the Spring games,
erans of last year's squad. Lehman completed by Sentember 15, according but most of the practice Monday wil
is reputed to be the star of the Pur- to Mr. Mortenson, which will leave le devoted to a workout of the var-
due team. almost three weeks for minor de- ious groups.
Last spring the Wolverines scored tails to be worked over before the Two of the teamp will be scrim-
an overwhelming victory, over the opening game with Ohio Wesleyan. maged Tuesday and the other two
Boilermakers by a 22 1-2 to 1 1-2 Wednesday, with the losers meeting
score on the Ann Arbor golf links. -e.a - hlss ei

to pit him aaginst' Dempsey at the
Yankee stadium here July 9. If he
beats the former champion Paulino's1
seconh match xyill be against the win -
ner of the Jimmy Maloney-Jack Shar-
key bout at the stadium May 19.
Only one detail remains for settle-
ment before actual signing of con-
tracts, Rickard said. The Basque,

GETTYSBURY, da.-A new $125,000
memorial gymiasium was opened here
recently in honor of Eddie Plank,
former pitcher of the Athletics.
NEW HAVEN.-Lewis R. Parker, a
junior, set a ne* course record of 73
on the Yale university golf links.

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Bergelin is the only newcomer on
the team which will oppose Purduel
today. Ie was a member of last year's
freshman squad. Glover, Connor, Cole,
and Vyse have all had Varsity ex-
perience.
According to pre-season matches
Michigan's prospects today are rather
favorablk. The Maize and Blue golf-
ers have scored two victories over
the Detroit Golf club team this sea-
son. The first match was played over
the difficult Detroit Golf club layout.
while a return match was played on,
the Washtenaw Country club course.
INDIANA TO MEE T
PURPLE BASEBALL'
AND TRACK TEAMS
(Special to The Daily)
BLT00MINGTON, Ind., May 5.-
Having returned home from the Drake
relay carnival where a first and two
fourth places -%ere earned, Indiana
University's track and field team, will
meet stiff dual competition here Sat-i
urday afternoon when Northwestern
invades Bloomington. Northwestern's
baseball team will also come to In-
diana to clash with the Crimson fol-
lowing the track and' field events.
Indiana's first place at Drake was.
won by Rinehart who threw the
javelin 198 feet 7 inches. The dis-
tance was more than seven inches
farther than his nearest opponent.
Indiana's half mile and mile relay
quartets finished fourth at Drake in
their events. Northwestern -aptured
fourth place in the two mile relay,
hence the two teams should furnish
some excitement when they kdash
here Saturday.
The Wild Cats will bring two other
athletes who will probably surpass
any records made in their events in-
side Memorial Stadium. Droegobuller,
pole valhter, and Leads, shot putter,
have been consistent winners in the
big carnivals.
Coach Everett Doan's baseball teamI
has hopes of annexing a Conference
tilt against the Wild Cats. ,In -all
three of the Big Ten games to date,C
errors have played an important part
in the losses but it is hoped that most
of the bobbles will be out of the
order by Saturday. Paugh, Indiana's;
leading twirler, is scheduled to do the
pitching with Burke behind the bat.

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Thursday, and the winners ending the
Spring season with the championship
game Friday.
Wednesday night, May 18, has been
the date set for the award of the
Chicago alumni trophy to the most
valuablea nd consistent player of the
Spring season. The entire squad ti\ill
meet at the Union, at which time the
Coaches and Capt. Oosterbaan will dis-
cuss the ,plans and prospects for the
coming year, and the award will be
made by a representative of the Mich-
igan Alumni club of Chicago.
The material for this season's work
has been fairly good, .Coach Wie-
man said yesterday,

DAZZY VANCE
Dodgers strikeout wizard, who has
failed to kept up his past record as
a pitcher. Dazzy's failure has thrown
the brunt of twirling on Jess Petty a
very capable hurler who shows prom-
ise of turning in another good season.
There is a great deal of talk in re-
gards to trading Vance.

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