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PAGES SIX

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

TESDAY, MAY 17, 1927

1VETMEN AND GQI S WI N FR- OM BIG TEN OPPOI)

DENTS

TENNIS TEAM BEATS,
GOPHER NIETMEN 51

3MATIIER IS (OVL~~'N

MICHIAN LFu TEAM

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Take Three Singles And Two Doubles a
Matches To Win From Strong h
Minnesota Outfit Y
BARTON STILL UNBEATENt
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Wolverine netmen gaiigd their sec- e
ond Conference victory of the season le
and advanced a step nearer the 1927 w
Big Ten title by defeating the strong 7 M
Minnesota tennis team yesterday 1 it
afternoon at Ferry Field by winning
five of the nine hafd-fought matche , at
to emerge victorious, 5-4. g
This victory gives the Michigan! o
team an unmarred record for the sev- I c
en matches it 'has played thus far, eli
while it marled the first Big Ten de- In
feat for the Gopher team this season. c
With victories over Illinois and Wis-j
consin to their credit, the Northmen
were considered as one of the strong-
est outfits in the Conference. They Y
downed Wisconsin 6-3, while Illinois
was defeated Saturday, 4-3,
The teams played a total of nine New
matches, consisting of six singles and] D'etr
three doubles. In the singles compe-
tition the two teams won three Atl
matches each, while the Wolverines St. I
captured two of the three doubles Bost
matches to defeat the invaders by a Chic
single point margin. Vas
Barton Beats Shay-6-4
Horace Barton, in number one
position, and Shay, Minnesoa ace, St. I.
played the feature match of the day, Phil:
which went three sets before the Pitts
Michigan sophomore star disposed of Broo
his opponent, 6-4, 4-6, 6-1. Shay .
proved to be the strongest adversary Cine
that Barton has encountered this sea- Chic
son and he was pressed all the way
to gain his victory. Barton's accu- Willi
rate placements were largely respon-
sible for his success, while Shay's
deadly net play proved to be his most
effective weapon.
Algyer gained another point for the
Wolverine team when he downed
Armstrong, Minnesota nunber two
man, in straight sets, 6-3, 6-3. The
third singles victory for the Wolver-
ines was gained by Goldsmith, who
won from Johns in straight sets, 6-4,
In the remaining three singles
matches, however, the Minnesota net-
men proved too strong for the Wol-
verines, winning all three. Moore,
playing number four on 'the Michigan
team, bowed to Flannigan of Minne-
sota in a two st match, 7-5, 6-2.
Stephens lost to Tatham, Gopher num-
ber four man, in straight sets, 6-3,
6-4, whiik Captain Olian was defeat-
ed by Cornell, 6-4, 8-6.
Michigan Wins Two Doubles
Going ito the first doubles match i
with the score tied at three matches
all, the Wolverine combination of
Algyer and Goldsmith captured a
three set match from Tatham and
SFlannigan. -After winning the first
BTE::
set, 6-4, the Michigan team faltered
'and the Gopher pair won the pt, 6-1.1
The Wolverines braced in the third
set, however, and with the score 42
in their favor, Algyer and Goldsmith
took tle next two games to cinch
the match.
Barton and Moore faced Armstrong
and Johns in the -second doubles en-
counter and defeated the Gopher pair,
6-2, 1-6 6-4. In the secondl ~et eight
games were played before any of the
four players lost his service, then the
Michigan pair broke through Arm-
strong's service and Moore won his
service to win the set and the de-
ciding point of the match.
In the final doubles match of the
afternoon Captain Olian and Stephens
were defeated by Shay and Cornell,
Minnesota's stellar doubles team, in
a two set match, 6-1, 9-7'. After drop-
ping the first set, the Michigan play-
ers came back strong and threatened '
to win the second set, but the Gophers
managed to take the deciding gamen.'
Recent rains have made the clay
courts unplayable, so the matches
were run off on the two concrete
courts. The men were hampered by
the cold and a strong north wind that
swept the courts.

SIGMA ALPHA MU WINS
FRATERNITY BASEBAL L
Sigma Alpha Mu defeated Phi Kappa
Sigma in the final game of the inter-
fraternity baseball season by a score F
of- 10-2, in a game playedI yesterday
afternoon at South Ferry field before
a numbertof rooters from both fra-
ternities. Stern, of Sigma Alpha Mu;
was the star of the game, striking out'
13 men and allowing but six hits.
The lineups :
Sigma Alpha N
R IL P. A.
Kaufman, 2b. .......0 2 4 2;
Duckman, s.............2 2 0 2
Mazer c.................2 1131
Sternp.....0012
Friedman, 3b ............. 3 1 0 2,
Rosenblumn, lb........... 1 3 9 0
Tenembon, if ........... 0 2 0 0
Carlrf................. 0 2 0 0
Cohncf................. 2 3 0 0

Coach Edwin J. Mather, oah P l
) the Varsity basketball team., IUUHWjU IUIIUL LUU
'ho was operated on two weeks
go tomorrow at Wt. Joseph's Shooting sensational golf over the
ospital fr an abdominal tumner, rain-soaked Ann Arbor course Mich-'
esterday was reported to be .igans golf team won a decisive vie-
ell on the road to recovery af tory from the Northwestern quartet
or his serious operation. by a score of 21-3, yesterday. The
Thie Skipper is convalescing Wildcats' only points were garnered
apidly, according to Mrs. Math- in the first foursome of the afternoon,
r, and will probably be able toy when Connor and Clover divided six
eave the hosoital in about two
avethehos'Atl i abut wo points with. McKay and Shirnachus.
'eks if all goes well. Coach Michigan won all the individual
ather is- now able to see vis- maiches by a substantial margin.
ors. 1I The showing of the Wolverines
When forced to go to the oper- T them assto n te ndersnfsr
ingtaleMaherwa jut e- marks hmasstronfg contenders for
in;g talle,Aather was aSt c)0- theBig Ten championship in spite of
'ining another season as coach th eir loss to Purdue. Although the
fthe freshman baseball squid, i urple team was composed entirely
t his illness has h r dfim itlyr of new men, this does not detract from
himilbate him from this work. I, the brilliant scores of the Michigan
n his absence, Jack Blott isin players. None of the men took more
barge of the yearling aspirants. 1than 75 strokes for the 18 holes. Ber-
gelin was medalist for the day with a
70 on his morning round.
ESTERDAY'S RESULTS I Connor,.playing number one, shot a
2 to take threepoints from McKay.
lCapt. Clover added three more points
rkAmericanLeague 2 to the Michigan total by defeating
Yoitr 200 000 02 Shimachus. Whitaker was no match.
' ' . 2 0for Bergelin, who scored another
.etics ...... ...302 000 230-10 Michigan victory. Cole made the Maize
Louis ............000 004 040- 8 and Blue triumph in the individual

COOPER BREAKS
HURDLE RECORD FRENCH NETMEN WILL''
MEE T TILDEN, HUNTER
(By Associated Press)
Gene Ilorotra, Jacques Brugnon,
Rene Lacoste, and Pierre Lanvry,
France's foremost tennis stars, have
been selected by the French Lawn
Tennis federation as the members of
the French team which will meet
William T. Tilden and Francis T
1Inunter, the American stars, in the
international play Vt St; Cloud, France,
-on Slay 20, 21, and 22.1
.w -:.:."-s.>:v:rc>" Tilden and I-Iuner, arriving ,in
Paris from their victorious invasionI
' of Germany and Belgium, played an,
Don Cpoper exhibition match as\ part of the finall
Sopiomore hurdle star of Coach day's play between the French and
Stephen J. Farreli's Wolverine track Roumanian Davis cup teams. The
squad. Cooper's latest feat of in- French Davis cup players, who had ;
portance was to lower by one-tenth eliminated Roumania from the DavisI
of one, second the existing Illinois- cup competition by yesterday's vic-
Michigan dual meet record of :24.5 tory in the doubles, made a clean
set last'year by Lasser, Michigan. Esweep of the five matches by taking --
the two final singles today, Brugnon
S t da defet of France, 'defeating Pouliess, 6-1, -
verine victory of the ay by eea 6-1, 6-0, while Berota, after a hard
match lasting two hours, finally de-
Scores of the Michigan players for feated Minox of Roumania, 6-4, 2-6,
36 holes follow: Bergelin, 70 and 73- 6-4, and 7-5.
143; Cole, 72 and 74-146; Connor, 72

TRACK
Saturday
Ohio State-Michigan
bus.
TENNIS
Saturday

Chicago--Michigan at Ferry field.

GOLF
Saturday
Ohio State-Michigans
tenaw Country Club.

at Wash-

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070-21matches complete by downing Shim-
000-5 ; mer.
Connor and Glover opposed McKay
and Shimachus in the first foursome
of the afternoon. The Michigan pair
000-2 won the first nine, taut their North
000-1I western opponents experienced a re-
$- ersal of form on the last nine holes,
1305 having a best ball of 31. Connor, sank
34x=~9 a 20 foot putt on the seventeenth hole
to make the match all square and
they halved the last hole and the
York; match, each team winning three points.
Cole and Bergelin scored the last Wol-

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and 75-147; Glover, 74 and 74-148.;
The Michigan golfers will next en-
gage Ohio State here on Saturday. The!
Buckeyes have four victories to their
credit this season, two over Ohio Wes-E
leyan and one each over Wittenberg
and Antioch college. Last year thej
Wolverines defeated the Ohio State!
team.

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