THE MICHIGAN. DAILY-
TL:l"SDAY. M A N' 10, 1 11:?;
TUESDAY, MY 10, 192
I)ITES WILL PLAY CI EEN S
IN FOOTBALLJ G,)ME TOI)AY
Coach Walter Weber's Blue
team will oppose Coach Clifford
Keer's Gareen squad at 4:05
o'clock this afternoon on the
practice gridiron on South Fer-
ry field in a regular game ac-
cordling to an- announcemhent
marl,? yestera y by Coach Eltonh
E. W"iem n vwho is in charge of
Ithe sp-ring ?practice.
Trh~~is i he first cont est of a
jscrxhs which 1,1711he held thiiz
week, and will terminate with
the championship game Frida~y
jon the regular Ferry field grid-
iron. Another prl inminary game
w~ill be Playedl tomorrow be-
tween the Red and Prown teams.
jThe losers of .todahy's and tomor-
Irow's games will play Thursday
- and the winners will mneet in the
N°etmen Show Wel
FORMER GOPHER STAR FRf fl jjmTilS TWO HOME RUNS I
IS NEW TULANE COACH III I ff Y~l AANTBSO EM
(ly Associated Press)
NEW YORK, May c-It was only a
few years ago that John Mctlraw
1wouldn't trade Fraukie Frisch for e s W -sb . J h ;r's rety
changed his mind, )ut Bob0,1)i"arrel
nlow 1bossof the Car" ihrilX conies'
alone; to let the bvr know hli
wouldn't trade Franrki back for P'u-
;ors if the oipportunity was offei-'d.
"The Cards lost not hing when they
gF Prisch for IlIoiiinsby,'' deitlr d 0'-
Farrell, who steppedl into lI0Tis'.
shoes as pilot of the World's Chain-
l ics after being voted the National'
league's iost valuable player 'in 1926
"Of course I am not taking a sly m
at Rogers," O'Farrell went on. "ie's
probably the greatest batsman in thel
ae but outside of that he hasn't
a ting on Frisch.'l
MICHIGAN GOLFERS DEFEAT ILLINOIS
AFTER DROPPING MATCH TOIUDUE
Michigan's golf ^ani opened its 1927 j Orange and Blue golfers are rated
Conference sced~eule by dividing thte as one t: i te[.aaliug ee in the
two matchec: tha: were pdayced wi.th iconference this season.
Purdue an'l Illinois list week, lo in= Capta 'i Fre I ' hv *r . n' b c
1o the l3oile.'. :'a rs by ati we ;c'i'int strong in the icecnd nine holes of his
margin, 13-11 on Thursday anal de-!match, after losing th-e first nine, to
''eating the stronm Illinoi a oucfit 011(defeat Captain KlluNdtadter. 2 .'.
Saturday, 14 1 -2--9 1-2. 1 Trailing lie ili crs leader h, tw
These re,;vlts were just the rev ,e st rokes at the teiitu hole, the W';IV,, -
of the out,3ome of last year's niaullibes tie. overcame his opponatnt's i 11 ad s
with the saxte teamis. The NVW!"iveus wor. by a two strok-2 nmargin.
lost to the Illini by a si gke point waar- Blergelin~ shot a birillianit 74, (Ine ooier
gin. 12 1-2-11 1-2. after winwigt'.(o I par for the co~;r-,o, to will three l cw ;
of the four' indlivi iu,,l nta1 ches h le I from :Fish, the star, ) :t'e111;uouls
Purduie teamr was hutint_'ed oni he 1,- I team, while Cole repe a ild &over's
cal course by the large score of 22 t-2-victory by defeating 111tc:eh ie 2 to I,
1 1-2. winninig his match ini the last niiue
After loing to Purdue by a tw:o holks. Connor Was tiC only Wolverine
point margin., the VWolverines playel to lose in the match i lly, heowing be-
mnuch betters golf against tlhe strorig I forec the Illinois vert.irat, , r'ewksbuttr
Illinois otitfit or Saittrday, ivc-ngilng 2 1 2- 1-2.
their defeat of last year by calur- In! the afternoon's jilay Captain Glo-
inlg three of the, individual matches ver and Connor took tho first foirsomie
and one of the fouirsomies froni the from Knnstadter and Tewksbury, I11;-
Illini. This vict_)aTit indicative of the iiois' veteran combination. Berge~ili
strength of 'li Michigan team. sa tl?. and Vyse lost the other match.
CHICAGO-Rudy Schuler, football
Against Ohio State'
In scoring a victory over Ohio State
Saturday in the first Conference test"
of the season, the Michigan tennis
team ran its string of consecutive
wins to five, and displayed impressive
form by winning all but one of the
Captain Olian lost the only contest;
of the day for the Wolverines when
the steady play of Poppleton proved
too much for him. The score was 6-2,
6-3. Barton and. Algyer won 9 heir
j matchcg3 in straighit sets over the
I Buckeyes. Captain Bolimer of Ohio
proved no match for Barton losing
to the Wolverine ace, 7-5, 6-3 after
Bulen w* declare'd ineligible just be-
fore the meet, while Algyer disposed
of his opponent, 6-2, 6-3.
Stephens and Goldsmith, however.1
were forced to three sets before de-
feating their opponents. The former
downed Bassichis 6-4, 4-6, 6-4, while
Goldsmith beat DuBois 4-6, 7-5, 6-4.1
In doubles, both Wolverine teams
were victorious. The number one
combination, Barton and Moore, van-
quished Bohmner and Duflois in!
straight sets, 7-5, 6-3, while Stephens
and Algyer were forced to three sets
before winning. They defeated Pop-
pleton and Bassichis, 6-4, 4-6, 7-5.
The Michigan squad will play a re-
turn match with Michigan State to-
morrow at Lansing.
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tackle and heavyweight wrestler has
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Who will be headl coach of Tur-eI
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j -All priced at one-fourth' less.,-
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