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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Second lHonors
BARTON FACS U LN
Michigan's tennis thai'iwill open Iits
1927 Conference schedule~ this after-
noon against the Ohio State team a,11
Columbus. The W olverine 1 cai,,I
composed.. of Captain Olian, Slephea
Goldsmith, Barton, Moore, arid A igr
left last night 'for Detroit where they
boarded a train for Columbus, arr iv -
ing in the Ohio city early this me(rn -.
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La.st year the )Ohio t earn was~ sla(l ed
to meet the Wolverines at Ferry lielU,'
but the matches were called off' on
account of rain. The Biuckeyes comn -
pleted their 1926 schedule in an im-
pressive manner, tieing for second
wih the Wolverines. Comparatively
leis known regarding, the strength3
of the Ohio State team this year aside
from the fact that Captain lBohnuen
and Bulen, both veterans f'rom last
'year's outfit, form the nucleus of thle

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officials har.e innoiunced. They
wAill ( ertlry thc timge withl thej
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BASEBALL TEAM <DIPICHIGANlT Id TEAM WILL REEFT ILINOIS
SI INCLUDES 2 5 TEAMS ,.. IN SECOND CONFERENCE rv TCH OF SEASON

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1927, aggregation.W.LP..I
Oho oss -3li~flt iNew York.........12 5 .32 > r
Oho oss .3)IttlPhiladlelp.hia.............11 7 .G11 .
In their preliminary matches the Chicago...........1 j.7
Ohio State team has shown flashe.S Dei't ..............1i 529
of real strength, despite the fact that 1Washi ,r" go........1 9.2
it has won only one of the three prat- ,...........8 .:0
tice tilts. In the match with Cornell C ve d..........81 .0
the Buckeyes were handicapped by the ;Bostonl..........t11.2
los f tals ndBaschswh4
were ounable 1to compete blecauire of
°ticilDl°,injuries, -while Coach \Virthwein's Lcaxitt _:._____.,._______________________
men lost to, Cincinnati university,, W. L. P. C.
Ohio_coniference champions, by thce St. Louis.: .................12 6 .667 Car!, indgreii
narrow margin of 4 to 3. New York..........1 .5 Coach of the Illinois team which is
Michigan's team, on the other hand, Pittsbur gih.................08.55 here today ,leading in the race for the
has displayed' unusual strenrgthr in its Philadelphia.... . ....8 1-7 3'3 Conference title with an undefeated
practice matches, winning all three Chicago c .529 rec'ord.I
that were scheduled. The Detroit I Boston................... 9 10 .474'
and Pontiac tennis clubs and Michi- I Bi ooklyn..........71 333 NUCYDRB OE
gan State all were defeated by the, Cincinnati................. 6 14 .3001 LSE NRAE OA
Wolverines.LSEDI RA STO Y
Michligani Lineup Samte As the egstern clubs of the Ameni-
The olveineswillplay . in the [call leagilte start their first invasion ~ 'c~
samne order this afternoon that they of the West the Yankees and Athletics; LOlTISVILLEs, Ky., May 6.--Ken-
pt. yed iii against the Michigan State will stage a battle for first p~lace with Ilucky Derby hlorses at Churchill
t~.Barton will play number one two western teams, Chicago and De- Downs will get their first races under
and Goldsmith, Captain Olian, .Steph- troit, in thirdl andl fourth piositions. colors Saturday over tile course on
ens nd lygr wll fllo inthewhich they will compete in tile historic
ens nd Aygerwillfollw inthe This trip will (1o much to determine cascoexekltr
order named in the singles conipleti- the real strenigth of the Yanks and Twasconeswteklark.adcaWt
lin atnwl ~i ii or oAthletics who are at present concededjj
Sforrli the - first doubles combination,' the best chances of winning the pein- $10,000 added, and the Derby trial, will
while Stephenis and Alyger will cor-n- n. afford trainers anl opportunity to
pose the second.tt. watch thleir charges ini comlpet ition.,
heAgainst Cincinnati tuniversity the ihe Tieswt ~wru ra 1hlanicap~, feature race on open-.
Ohio State team lined uivith Bulen j o hitters and an average pitching ing' day, at a mile and a sixteenth, will
in number one position and Captain; staff will be given their chance toI find several of the Derby colts in cone-j
]3ohmer, Poppleton, Dubois and Blas- make a bid for a higher position "il petitioni with handicap horses of the
sichis playing ine the ordler named. the league staiyIings. The White Sox older division.
Bulen and Dubois formed the Buck- who finished dowvn in the sec(ond (ii-! Thirty-five Derby hiopefuils were l
eye's number one doubles conlbina"- sio last season aiid began this year's among the 98 nomniiees for this race.I
tion, while Phillips and Bassichis grind with an apparently unstrength- WrEge na ,5pudi n
paired together in the second. It is eued tear. have pr~ovenf to be the "dark Of the promlinent Derby candidlates
possible that Staples or Thomas mayE horse" of tihe junior circuit. 'likely to start in the handicap.
'\displace one of the other.nmen. I the National league thne Giants The De, iil ~ l~ac f
The match between Horace Barton,k who have been runlning ilp their aye-] ai at. a mile, p~rob~aliy will drawv more
sophomore star of tile Wolverinle team rage at the expense of the weaker candidatesth 11i tile handicap. Os-1
and Bulen, Ohio's stellar veteran, I eastern teams will find some real m rand , the winer boo)k favorite, is 1n0w
should prove the feature of the after- coimpetition in tile strong western conisidered a starter ill the trial,.lie
noon' play. Neither of' the men hlas i lb e by the Cardinals anid Pirates. I was not nominate(S tor' tile handicap.
been defeated in singles competitionj The Pirates are pl)acing their htopes Of five Other r'aces on the card, two
this season, and the Ohio star should ji on their mlanly younlg stars among! are climinig races inl whlichl three-
.prove a real test of Barton's, skill. ( whom are Wailer, Cuyler, Wright, anid ear-olds are eligible.
Goldsmith, Michiganl's nunmbr two Yde, xvhile the Cardinals are dependt-
man, also faces a strong opponenlt ing on their powerful pitching staff a BASLE. - witzerland ;eliminated
in Cptan Bhme, lft andd ae whichl includes Alexander, 1-aines, i Australia. from Davis cup competition
of the Buckeye outfit. Serdel, and Rhein. by a score of three'matches to two.
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ll ile-Fv111 Il'e A ~lajf e iimor
'ire Schedtuled '1t}{1u3
MC GINNIS MAY C{NMPETE
( IIIAGO, 11a1 6- The plait of
h Oix4'-lC-ii1-l crab 5 Id "t':e contets aol'-
Svocatedl by s~o ae COI.icg ofliejials, is
strongly ill evidencee in the \estern!
conferenice t01olerrw, thzough tile
teams vary fr-om asbaln track1
to golf.
3Five Big Tcn ball gainecs. flve dual'
track ,meets and t hree golfi 'matches
are on Saturday '3 1program i. Six of the 4Is~J)it J ilzar
confer ence universities figure in all Rieported .!ate j cstealay by a ,jovial
three sports events, nurse as "biattling ill cha mpionshlip
The track meets are in the nature formi- for rapid recovery" following his
of semi-final preparationl for the con- :
ference outdoor championship at W is-i nergoing a mlajor oper'ationt1Thurs- ,
cousin May 27 aind 2S. The Notre :day morning at St. JosephI's hospital.
Damne and Illiniois relay teams xvhicih In addition to tile manner in which,
won hlighl honors last: week at the !tihe "Skipper" is takinig his preseiltI
Penn relays meet at Urbana onth ie !situation 1he was "r estitig eas~y an1d
cinder paths to settle tile milewest- felig in.
ern supremacy.felnfi.
At tile same tilme tile Illinois base-{ From the words of the inurse it'
ball teamll battles to protect its con- I cani be said thlat tile "Skipper" is
ference,1leadership at Ann Arbor staging a greater come-back after hist
against a rejuvenated Michigan nine, serious operation thani his basketball
The Michigan golfing quartet willj team did this winter following their~
mneet tixe'flhini over the Urbana Count-;i mid-season defeat at the hland~s of the
ry club copirse. University of Pittsburg five.
Tile Wisconsin-Minnesota track meet Mather will probably be. up and
at. Minneapolis is being watched to; around in several weeks, but it is cer-
see whlether Captain "Chuck" McGirr- ta ie hevillnot be very active in tihe
jinis has recovered from tile ankle in- coaching of tile freshmen baseball
jury which kept hlim out of tile DrakeI team whlich started daily work after'
relays where he was expected to add I the spring vacation. Jack Blott who
to tile all-around laurels he acquired 1 has had full charge of the squad sincet
in tile conference indoor meet. the "Skipper" began his forced ab-
The conference sports program to- sence will continue .to coach the fresh-4
morrow is as followvs: Ill enl.
Golf-
Iowa at Wisconsin. LOSES FIGHT ON FOUL;
1Vchganat Illinois.- 'ISFNDADP IHE
No rthwestern at Purdue. I I IE N UIHDI
T rack-
Purdue at Chicago. j(Dy Associated Press)
Notre Dame at Illinois. I SAN FRANCISCO, May 6.- Harry
Ilowa at Michigan. Wallach, New York boxer, whlo lost
Northwestern at Indiana. oil a foul to Tommy Cello in tile fifth
Wisconslil at Minnesota. round of a scheduled 10-round fightf-
Baseball ! here Tuesday, 1has been finied $100 and=
Wisconsin at Chicago. I sentenced to 30 days suspension by
Noirthwestern at Indliana. 1 Commissioner Cilarles ' Traung. The
Illinois at Michligan. comlmissionler declared that 'le had
Iowa at -Minnesota. adopted a policy of fining and sus-
Purdue at Ohio State. flpendingl boxers for fouls.

(irange ;A nd Blue Players Show! men witnessed a complete reversal of
S~'ongliin TIursdkay's Qutalifyinig form on the part. of t ile Purdue team.
_ohulids or Micliigan 11Matchl11aa P3i 'el
T Lhma, emat,'l~a syelbl iru
KU.NSTAIDIER IS CAPTAINEo mtreeon.iiaiil T /
scoring) over Connor, in COntrast Ith11
I h-feaced in their initial Conferenc-e his comparatively po or sho Ingl
(1 eelnmeet by the same, but vastly im- year when Capt. F'red veeeywn ? -
proiAe, Purdue golf squad which wilt-! poinlts from him-, displayed abil a t
ed ) hs ear undler'the long range 1 exhibition against Contnor, brrg, ap.Frdelve hseaietre o heloy
ad hli,, Michligan linksnmen will at- teenth.
temlpt today 1o reverse last season's
il i') d c s o O n this hole, L e lm an s long di' rve
gaied y tle lliitwas followed by a long, truew sec-od
at te 1illbala country club.whcfontegrn. orIh:
C oac D av d S w nk h s d e elop d 1P uirdue star sanak a cu rling '10 foot, ', h
anti er powerful group of golfers all 'for a. three on the live par hiold,
of whom, headed by Capt. Ralph Kun- CatIrdGoer h a a
sta ter ha e b enturninlg i brilliant too althree points from Fnidhin,. lost
scor*-s over the par' 71 links at U r- two points. while taking one fromt Al-
bana in the match play qualifying, dinger, the latter having met defeat'
rounds for reguiar positions on the last year at the hands of Cole, r atedl
team.iyRaksRih number five mom this year.
In evet'y match played r'ecently both; Vyse justified Coach Wells' selec ton
p~layers have bettered the .80 mark, by beating Wymer to faits all three
Tewksbury, a regular of last year's~ points, temporarily placing the M1ich1-
squad now standing in. first place igan team in the lead, relinquished
among the aspirants with an unde- I when Fridlin defeated Bergelin.
feated record, made possible by Kun- Purdue entered the best ball four-
stadter's extended stay in Chicago. somes leading by a 7-5 margin, but
Kunstadter, club champion at Idle- the Wolverines regainedi the advant-
wild ; Tewksbury, club champion at age 11-7, when Glover and Vyse de.-
LaG ra~tgc; and Kurz, former junior ! feated Wymer and Aldinger, 3 and 2,
chanmpiotn and last year a scell-finalist to take all six points.
ill tile Ridgenloor tournament won byj The second foursome was even upi
Itial Rolfe, formerly Cofrne to the sixteenth, but Purdue took the
champion and more recently con-' next hole, and on . the eighteentli
errof Chick Evans in a western Conimor's approach left him witha
amaer mthfr nti f ofr bad lie and he was forced to lose the
amaeurmath, orma tio f glfes Jhole and match, the final score being
around whom a strong squad has,1-.

been developed.
When tile Boilermakers triumphed
over tile Wolverines Wednesday,I

CAMBRIDGE. -Harvard college de-
featedi the Bowdoin baseball, team 3-0+~

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