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THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1927

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M. & C. TENNIS

TEAM

FOTHERGILL FALTERS

IU LVEHINES PREPARLE
TO UPSETILLINI NINE1i

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WITH THE TRACKMEN

Stephiens attes Through 46 Ganzes,
Finally Conquering Col vini,
6-4, And 1917
WIN ALL EIGHT MATCHES
(Special to The Daily)
LANSING, May 11-Michigan State
bowed to the University of Michigan
tennis team for the second time this
year in today's meet here without cap-
turing a single match from the Wol-
verines. The score was 8-0, and was
Michigan's fifth straight victory of the
season.
Leighton Stephens of Michigan and
Colvin of State engaged in the feature
match of the afternoon with the Spar-
tan carrying Stephens to a long 19-17
second set after the Wolverine had
'talen the first set by a 6-4 score. The
46 game match lasted nearly three
hours and was one of the longest ever
played in Lansing.
Michigan's number one star, Horace
Barton, had little difficulty in scoring
another win when he downed Perrin
of State witl the loss of but three
games. Captain Olian, similarly dis-
posed of Sarleman, his Spartan oppon-
ent, 6-2, 6-1.
King Moore of Michigan played
masterful tennis to defeat Smith, 6-1,
6-1 and never extended himself.
Shaeffer, playing his first match for
Michigan, defeated Stout of State, los-
ing only one game. The score was 6-1,
6-0.
The star Wolverine doubles combin-
ation of Barton and Moore romped
through two sets to win over Sarne-
man and Hendershott, 6-1, 6-4. Olian
and Shaeffer, a new Wolverine doubles'
team, had little difficulty in defeating
Smithand Aryualt in the other doub-
les match and worn in straight sets,A
6-2, 6-2.
The Suiumakies]
Barton, Michigan, defeated Perrin,
State,,6-1, 6-2.-
Algyer, Michigan, defeated Ilender-#
shott, State, 6-4, 6-2.
Olian, Michigan, defeated 'Sarleman,'

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Lundgren's Leaders Expected to Meet By Wilton A. Simpson the feature races on the program Sat-
Stiffer Opposition in Return When Michigan and Illinois meet, urday, a great race being looked fort
Contest at Urbana competition is usually very keen, es- between Sittig of Illinois, and Mueller
pecially in track, and the result is al- and Ohlheiser of Michigan. Sittig won
FACE HEAVY EUL ways close enough to make the task this event in 50:4 in a dual track meet
of predicting the winner as precar- with Notre Dame last week and fol-
After allowing tthe Wolveri.e base- ions as the selection of the best horse lowed his first victory with a first
ball team to res Tuesday following in the Kentucky Derby. The Woller- place in the 880 yard run, winning
the Ohio State co test Coach Ray ings will face the Illinois track team in 1:59:4. Mueller ran the 440 yard
Fisher lut the men through their first Saturday on Ferry field in a meet dash in 49:8 last week against Iowa,
practice of the week yesterday in 1 which promises to be better than the a performance which gives him at
Oreparation for the return battle with one which Michigan won from Iowa least even chance with Sittig for first
the Illinois nine Saturday at Urbana. 1 last week. Illinois feels confident of place.
Beginning with the Illini contest victory according to reports sent out
the Michigan team is scheduled to from Urbana, but on the other hand, Fesieiidendenpalled a teidon ear-
I play six games in eight days and fourt[Michigan supporters feel that the Wol- ly this season and has not shown
of which will be against Conference 1verines have strength enough to carry niitch in the dual meets. Orloviehi
opponents away from home. The re- away victory with an eight point mar- ran the 440 in :r4l.S in high school
maining contests constitute the two gin or better. two years ago, but has not showni
games series with Colgate university- - any Class in college copletition .
which wvill be played next Wednesday In the (lash events )fichiigan will Nickol finished third at Notre
and Thursday at Ferry field. hold a decided advantage,.having IlDamne hst week in slow time and
The - revamped batting order with Hester and Lasser entered both in is considered a strong place con-
Neblung in lead off position and Wein- the 100 and 220 yard dashes. les- tender here Saturday.
traub, Morse, Corriden, Puckelwartz, ter is practically certain of first
' Oosterbaan, Kubicek, Davi and As- place in the 100 yard event, but L-
beck following in the order named is expected to be given keen coat- Illinois should stage a great race in
proved effective against Ohio and petition from his teammate Lasser the half mile event. Sittig placed see-
Coach Fisher will probably employ the ii the furlong. Peters seems to be ond in the Conference outdoor meet
same lineup Saturday at Urbana. the best dash man on the Illionus last year and took third place in the
Don Miller, Michigan's veteran hurl- squad, having earped a third (Continued on Page Seven)
er, will probably draw the pitching place against Notre Lame last
assignment against the Orange and Saturday, but does not rank In the
Blue team as he will have had an class with -Hester and Lasser.
entire week's rest by Saturday, while Against Illinois, Harbaugh of MA'
Stewart will undoubtedly oppose Miichigan may score a third place.
Coach Fisher's choice. This will leave Murchison, Bergstrom, and Hol-
Asbeck, who defeated the Ohio State lingsworth of Illinois showed well jUnluc
team Monday, reedy to face the strong on the freshman team but have O FI i
Iowa team Monday at Iowa City. not shown much as mebers of L STR
the Valrsity. Hough of Illinois,Malor"Cra
PROVIDENCE, R. I.,-Earl Perrine .indging from, his performances
was elected captain of Brown's next this year, looks like a third place FRED W
year hockey team. winner in the 220 yard dash.
_arnz__Da__yAd__ srs T__440yard r09 Sousthh-11141.e1 St.
Patronize Daily Advertisers i The 440 yard run should be one of

KENTUCKY ANGUAR
ARRIIVING .FORDERBY.
(By Associated Press)
LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 11-Fans
are arriving here for the fifty-third
annual renewal of the Kentucky Der-
by.
The vanguard of racing devote
will be followed by lWall Street brok-
ers, LaSalle street bankers and man-
or lords of the blue grass, anticipating
the superb sight of a stretch drive
or the equal thrill of a superior horse
flaunting heels to the blooded thor-
oughbreds of a nation.
From various tracks of the country
the survivors among the 152 three-
year-olds, the aristocracy of the
equine world, are coming to join those
already here. Approximately a scoe
of t1*mn have stood the crucial train-
ing test and are ready to go to the
iost about 4:40 o'clock, central stand-
ard time, next Saturday afternoon.
Te east is headed west with Jios;-
tonian, Whiskery, Scapa Flow, Black
Panther and a few others, to join here
the western hopefuls, among thi (cn
Rolled Stocking and Fred Junior.
All hopes run high, but whether one
of these or another flashes under the
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Bob Fothergill
Robust " outfielder of the Detroit
Tigers who is leading both major
leagues in batting with a mark of .427
for 22 games. "Rhino", as he is called
by his teammates, hit safely in the
first 18 games of the season but his
string of consecutive safeties was
stopped by pitcher Tony Welzer of the
Red Sox last Sunday.
Fothergill's average has taken a
slump during the last week, having;
dropped from well over .500 to his
present standing. His nearest conipet-
itor is Ty Cobb, former 'tigeri manager
who is nov performing in the outer
garden for the Athleti .
Detroit scured Fothergill from Ro-
chester of the International league in
1922, and he has been with the Ti-
gers ever Since, batting over .300 each
year.II

WiEEI-EINJ)SPO(RTS CALEND)AR I

Football
Today-Browns vs.

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for Felts
AW HAT DAY
venette" Stratus
GROSS
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Ferry field.
Tomorrow-Blues
Ferry field.

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Greens at
vs. Reds at

Tlrack
Tomorrow-Trials for Inter-
scholastic meet, 2 p. m. at Ferry
field.

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State, 6-2, 6-1.
Stephens, Michigan,
State, 6-4 19-17.
Moore, Michigan,
State, 6-0, 6-1.
Shaeffer, Michigan,
State, 6-1, 6-0.

defeated Colvin,
defeated Smith,
defeated Stott,

Moore and Barton, Michigan defeat-
ed Sarleman and llendershott, State,
6-1, 6-4.
Shaeffer and Olian, Michigan, de-
feated Smith and Aryualt, State, 6-2,
6-2.
ELEVEN DETROIT TEAMS
ENTER INTERSCHOLASTIC
Detroit with 11-high schools repre-
sented leads all other cities in number
of entries in the 27th Annual Vichi-
gan interscholastic track and field
meet to be held Friday and Saturday
at Ferry field. Western, Northeast-
ern, Southeastern, Central, Southwest-
ern, University of Detroit high, North-
ern, Northwestern, Highland Park,
ASK HOUSING FACILITIES
'All those who would be, will-
ing to assist in the housing of I
the high school athletes com-
peting in the twety-seventh an-
nual University of Michigan in-
terscholastic track meet are
asked to phone Harry Kipke at
the Administration building.
Rooms are neded only for Fri- j
day night. I
Redford and Cass Tech are the Detroit
schools that will compete.
Entries from outside the state in-
clude three Toledo institutions, Waite,
Scott and Libbey, while Chicago will
be represented by Harrison, Tech and
Crane Tech.
Michigan schools are predominant
among the contestants. Besides the
Detroit entries, there will be athletes
present from all parts of the state.
Two Saginaw schools will compete,
Eastern and Arthur Hill, while the
other contenders include LansingI
Flint Central, Muskegon, Ainh Arbor,
Pontiac, Lowell, Kalamazoo Central,
Adrian, Birmingham, Holland, Men-
ominee, Kent City, Grand Haven,
Northville and Mt. Clemens.
Last year Cass Tech of Detroit,
through the efforts of its three negro
stars, H. Tolan, E. Tolan and Loving.,
captured the meet with a total of 291
points, 11 points more than Kalama-
zoo Central was able to assemble,
while Detroit Northwestern was a
single point behind Kalamazoo with
17 points.

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