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NI TENNIS TEAM.
SECUTIVE MA
Ls ith, ollaji S tephae. s,
and Moore Compose
olverlne SquadE
.H IN EVERY SET
htate's tennis tears prov-
hi for the Wolverine net-

anlnr LLNI lGRINNELL4'S ,STAR DISCUSn HURLER
lN INE TO M ( R R 0W PL CE S FIR ST ,A T K A N SA S RELA YS 7 cP 0H . .f i'lt1 ,11dt~eiSlja T C
0 OF Ig2 7hi lflLUULL Big Tl
(GAIlle Of Seasoli
C c> Satisfied with the shoding of the
IMichigan team, but realizing that thej
L ,Illinois nine is one of the strongestI
o iiitheConference, Coach Fisher will
Yestraysgme ngh ive his men their last workout to-
lthe fal cfur. the fstday,.in preparation for the Illini in-.
ii estandings. The jc-1. ~lvn~acnvn. 1n--- n h

CQAGHMAH E RJIOBSR SIA
OPERATED IUPQN
Vetra rn ilt fe41 gEasily ,Akt cr WILL COMPEITEIM
Lnde01i Iilrif For rumr -
I whi:-eis fron, . nine stat-es
one province of Canada willc
Edwin J. Mathier, Varsity ba,"ketball pete in th~e annual nlation int
coach, was olperated. upoll for tumor! tiom. I . 11. C. A. junior sw1llin
o" the blacdcratf St. Jloseph's Mercy meet to be held at the M4ichigan
Hospital on Wed ieda morning. 1-I0 ion pool today and tomorrow.
fwas r'e tinlg comfortably ye(sterday~l Th' competition this Year NWil
divided inito two classes, the Ju
folowig the operation. con t, including alogs u ierS8 y
btiehian's baslktball team~ was co«f age while the-'rep meet will
r~n~t~r f :"itrhsact "rn ftl ~ncr open,,,,,to.,oy.,.1mioyrs 01 uuu ttr

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eated their sw eeping ic-s'is '-lading Yankees fell before thej
season by taking all of ptzigof Ilisenbc, Washingtoa re-
atehes fromt the invaders cruit, )y a 6-1 score. Ruth and his
'ternoon at Ferry field. mates: conlttced six errors. The
igai'sthrd ~.rlgt vc-Athletics outhit the Red Sox, b4, lost
Wign'sthid sraiht ica close are, "1-2. Whitehill of the
eason, the other two hav- !'Tigersotlte the Whitee Sox
gred over the Detroit and pitchers to gain a 3-2 ,verdict.
tennis clubs. In: the' Natioal lseague Burleigh
yersGrimes pitched the Giants to victory
rton, star of last oyrhiefrrr temmte, Ih
inm, playing nuum beron Robins, allowing only six hits. Horns-,
hie Wolverines, experlenc- by knocked out a, home run in this
ulty in disposing of Cap- game. The Cardinals retained first
hott of the Spartan out- place in2 the senior circuit by dlown-

sets, 6-0 and 6-2. Gold-
s also playing his first
e Varsity, woni from Per-
sive sets by scores of 6-1
lough the State player
.Adsmith's lead several
the second set.
an, playing number three
,an team, gained the third
e day by d4owning I arle-
*Stephlens captured the
from Clovin of the StateE
ght sets, 6-1, 6-3. Alyger
M swreep of the singles
the Wolverines by down-
partan number five man,
miatch, 6-i, 6-3.
tles matches Barton and
Wolverine team defeatedl
der'shott and Farleman,
per onie doubles combina-
set match, 6-0, 6-3. TheI
bir had! no difficulty in
first set, but their op-{
layed much better tennis
A frame, forcing Barton
,o rally several times tol

ing; the Pirates.
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Purdue game than :they have at any
time this 'seaso4," Coach Fisher said
yesterday, "but" Illinois, having Won11
all its games, is a most formidable
opponent, andi will be hard to beat"
"Red" Davis, star catcher, and one
of the leading batters on the Michi-
gan. team, is almost :certain to be inl
the game tomorrow. Davis was hurt
recently in the game with Syracuse,
but his injured ankle is almost healed,
and he will be ready to start.
The Illinois team is rated especially
strong, defensively, so strong, in fact,
that Kusinski,' catcher and captain,
doesti not have, 'much opportunity to~
play, being benched in favor of Rad-
ford, a new man. 9'rundlach, first
baseman, Bfryden, second baseman,
Paul, third baseman, and Finn, short-
stop, compost a powerful infield,
while Sweeney, Hoffman an4D qrn are
a trio' of good outfielders.
Stewart, the man who failed in his
attempt to stop Michigan in the base-
ball game at Illinois last year, will
again draw the pitching duties for the
Illini. In the event thiat he should
pro've ineffective, Coach Lundgren
will have Andrews ready for reief
work.
Doin 1iller is again the likely se-
lection for Coach' Fisher's. team.
Miller pitched a fine game at Purdue
Wednesday,y and should be ready to
take up the job again tomorrow.
Neblung, Asbeck, Ruetz, and +Gilmar-
tin will be ready for relief duties.
Ku1Acelk, Michigan second baseman,
who heas fallen into a batting slump,
may be benched again in favor of
tops, with Morse at the shortstop po-
sition.

this year under the tutelage of Coach
Mathier. Th~e Wolverines -woi thle
, estern Coniference chami~onship Yrithi
a total of ten victor'ies and two dle-
feats.
In thieir game~s outside the Confer-
ence they m~et.'defeat only once, los-
ing to Pittsbiurgh on th~e latter team's
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home mII'oor. neld tomorrow evening.
D uff'alo Central Y. M. C. A. won the
NEW YORK.-Columbia university's' title in the meet last year and will b©
tennis team defeated Have-ford col-!I present to defend the laurels. Clove-
loge recently by a score of eight I land was victor in 1925 with Fort
mnatches to one. 1 vNayne as runner up.

d oen oby.-- eso aeau
Teams 'are cntered from Oak Park,
Ill., Toledo, 0.; hnosville, Ten~n.;
Wfindso)r, Ont.; Gary, Ind.; Li11a, 0.;
Cleveland, 0.; Buffalo, N. Y., Detroit
and Ann Arbor.
Preliminaries will be held tonight,
starting.. at 7:30 with the finals to be

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iOter .zineort
Star discus thrower of Grinell. col- jfornja track team which has held the
legs, who captured his event' at the 1 national intercollegiate championship
Kansas Relays. with" a toss of more for the past two years and hopes to
'than 141 feet. Although this .wag, repeat again this year. Their most
good enough to winl first place, he is powerful rival at present seems to be
capable of dhip; muich betterl as has Leland, Stanford's great team which
been shown by. his consistent: work recently won the Pacific Coast Con-f
not only this season but also lastx ference title.

New light shades
of tan pig andI
calf skain -- soles
of leather, rubpber
and fibre

Flagstcad, Red Sox, and Hornsby,
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year.
He is considered one of the,best in
intercollegiate, circles today which in-
clude such mqu as Hoffman of Leland

e'er defeated C
esecond doi
he seventh su
day for the
scores were

lovin POSTS LA BARJ3A
ubles 'MATCHFORFEIT
Wol- SCRANTON, Pa., May t.- Loijs Pa-
e C-1 gfnotti, promoter of the welter'weight
championship fight in which Pete
Swill Latzo won his title, biasi osted a for-
et th e feit of $2,500 to cover an. offer of
Con-j $15,000 for a 10 round bout here by
Fidel La Barba.

Stanford, who recently hurled the (dis-
DENMARK WINS MAES cus' 153 ft. which is within five" feet
of the record of 158 ft. 3 3-4 in. estab-
(Bly Associated Press) lished by Houser, star discus ,hurler
COPENHAGEN, May 4-Denmark of the University of South lrn -Cali-
defeated Holland in two singles
matches today in the Davis Cup ten- Holland, 6-0 , 1-6, 6-4; ajd Pet( rson,
nis.- elimination. Alrich, Denmark Denmark, beat, Bryan, Hollandl,. 6-2,
tcokl two out of three from Tim~mer, 16-1, 1-6, 3-61 6-1.. -

Rinefort is not only a good dicus
thrower but is also Grinell's mainstay
in the shotptut and it is quite likely
he will enter both events at the na-
tional intercollegiate meet at Phila-
delphia, where he will match skill -vv11h
such stars as Anderson, Cornell's win-!
ner of both shotput and discus at the
Penn relays, and loffmian, whose skill
needs 'fib further comment.I
jCharles l-loyt, Varsity trainer, was'
gormerly of Grinell.
READ THE IIANRT ADU$_

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the Wolverine teami
uis where it, will mee
ye outfit in the first
meet.

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