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W W TaVER WaTSFaE Dennison And Irwin ENIS TEAM Ph ysical Eds Defeat1
Win Way To FmalsFreshman Ball Club
PrepNet Meet [TO MEET CHIA HER THIS AFT OON In AnnualGame, 7-3
Coach FarrelI's Squad lsEdge In Dennison of Rayenl high' school, .r i
Field Events With Track Youngstown, Ohio and Irwin of Grand ) oteres Adian e Nearer Big Ten cr to defeat Kra z and Reeves fini'the ls in the f rosm of t
Contests Eveit Rapids Central won their way into Chamnpionshit By Winning final ntch, 7-5, 6-2. fielders in the first two innings of the
the finals of the Michigan Intersc'io- Badger Match --- game enabled the physical education
P i l RTO MEET KRi Mastic tennis tournament yesterday on wolverine nemen wll uiay their nine to win the traditional battle from
the Ferry field courts by defeating MOORE WINS EASILY second home game in two days when the yearings, 7 to 3, in seven innings
Undefeated thus far in dual outdoor Senson and Wallace, both of Ell; -____they meet the invading Chicago team yesterday afternoon at Ferry field.
track comptition, Coach Farrell's hrWolverine netmen advanced within at 2 o'locl this afternoon at Ferry Taking advantage of the erratic
Wolverine trackIen will attempt to i rwin won from Wallace with ease sField. Buoyed by their yesterday's vi- Ta
ee tracen w te nt straight sets, -2, 6-1, but Den striking istance of the Conference tory over isconsin, they should fielding of the first year men, Coach
keep their slate clean when they mieet isn stranghttsetsb6-epe-libutITHanni-i
the Ohio State squad today at Colum- son was extended to three sets before tennis title by repelling the invasion 1rake easy work of the Maroon squad Harry Kipke's nine tallied three times
he eliminated Sorenson, 3-6, 8-6, 6-3, of the Wisconsin team yesterday af- which has met with very oor su-I in the first inning, and repeated with
Although the Michigan team is ay- in the most sensational match of the ternoon at Ferry field, sweeping all of cess thus far this season. S far y the same number of runs the second
dt yday. Sorenson picked up an early lead the eight matches to win by a score have won only one match, that being frame. Fitzpatrick, shortstop for the
ored onpape to win by a fair margini in the first se't, leading at 4-0. Al- of 8-0. This marks the third straight against Northwectern, by a score of physical education teani, secured the'
the team which is to rapresent Ohio though Dennison rallied, the Elkhart victory for the Michigan team over a 5 to 4, the victory being due to the only safe blow registered off the de-
is one of the strongest that a Michigan lad took the+ set at 6-3. In the second Conference opponent and enables it superiority of the Maroon4 in the livery of Hock, freshman pitcher, dur-
petition against the Buckeyes, and the et Sorenson again led at 4-3, but to retain the distinction of being the double division. Since then, Chicago ing the two innings, the hit, inciden-
petipromises t be an iteresting one Dennison made his recovery good this only undefeated outfit in the Big Ten. has lost by wide margins to Iowa, I cally, going for three bases.
meethromiseon e an ~eeng ne. rtime, winning at R-6. They were ti d In the fetaure match of the day, Bar- Minnesota, Ilinois, and the return Two bases on balls coupled with an
points in the track events, but the at 3-3 in the third set, but the Youngs- ton and Moore, Michigan's sophomore 1match with Northwestern, error and a sacrifice hit paved the
poitsrinhe rac eets, ut the town boy again displayed his great doubles combination, downed Wiscon- The team has only one veteran, Cap- way for the freshmen to score a single1
Wolverines are expected to turn the rallying power, taking the next three sin's first doubles team, conilposed of lain Hudlin, who returned to 1"epre- run in the third inning, Hill, who re-
tidets, vir thely e fiaeld games and the match. Capt. Boldenwack and Freeborn, in sent the university on the courts this placed Hock on the mound, retiringi
events, where they are favored to take In his third round match Irwin!a thrilling three set match, 5-7, - Jyear. He ranks number two on the the physical education batters in or-
a first place in -almost eveIwt event. (In his third roundere match iIrwinhal oftheinnng
The 100 yard dash should be one of downed Clark of Pontiac, 6-2, 6-4. The 17-5. Thle Wolverines rallied after |teamii, however, and has suffered (le- der in their half of the innng.
The ardassoul day.beserdwe lrofPtCrand Rapids entry exhibited steadier dropping the first set, fs e d after win- feats in all but two of the matches. Waltham, shortstop for the class of
the feature races of the day. Hester, playing than his opponent. ning the second, came from behind to i Bob Place, sophomore ace, ranks as 30, opened the fourth inning with a
Michgan's ace, lost twice to Kriss, of umeroemahsmsnoalsigeocntrfld aon eod
Ohio, in the 50 yard dash, before he Two Ohio schools will meet in the capture the deciding set of the match. Ilfmb)r one man, his most notab e sigle to center feld, taking second
staged a comeback and defeated the semi-finals of the doubles competition,' Playing number one position Barton victory being over Captain Shay of base when Holtzeman issued a base on
Minnesed.aTecreminink ositinsefeaatedstohMatin.peagienext'atter
Ohio star in a 100 yard race at the East high of Columbus and Rayen high easily disposed of Capt. Boldenwack,!Mnesoa. The remaining positions balls to Mart. Slagle, next batter,
Ohio Relays. The two are regarded of Youngstown playing in the upper ranking Badger player in straight sets, shift between Si Lesser, Bud Abbot, advanced both men with a sacrifice.
as the best -men in the Conference at half of the draw. Dennison, the singles 16-0, 6-2. In the second singles match, Maramuto, and Roque, s none of The two men were sent across the
astehetI-n ntemafrnc ttc Mareutondd Rou sesnonely-ofplte ftohenlat wre snrsh
the present time, and should put up a finalist, and James compose the Algyer won from Freeborn, Badger 'these are considered consistent play- plate for the last two freshman runs
close race for first honors. Youngstown doubles team. nunber two man, in two hard fought ers. by Andrews second hit of the game,
In the fyrsi rsan's solermng r sets, 8-6, 7-5. In the second set the Coach Intchins of the Michigan a single over second base.i
In the 220 yard dash Hester is given Mihganssl remaiming entry inI team stated that the same lineup used Sill threatening to tie the count,
a slight edge over Kriss. Hester look- the doubtles competition, Detroit IMichigan sophomore came from behindl easted aat t sconinu ud s ill bot e walks
ed exceptionally fast in the meet with Northwestern, will oppose Elkhart in by winning five consecutive games to asain1today.i Capai n Irsin 01' And h ill the a s
dxptosally fastk, he Kmieeta the lower half of the draw. The Iin-. overcome Freeborn's early lead. play again today. Captain Irwi Oan, after Andrews' hit to fill the bases
n last week rm as a schools combinationSorenson Goldsmith defeated Kaner in the who recently suffered a muscle in- iwith only one batter retired on their
beaten last week by Hlermansen, jurnycol, obnto, 'rno odsihdfae Knri h will not be able to play todayI side. La Fevre was struck out for the1
Northwestern, and Sneth, Wisconsin, and Wallace, both of whom were elim- third singles match of the afternoon 'ury, i
in the slow time of :22.4 Lasser inated in the semi-finals of the singles, in a three set match which was one of either, and his nlace will be filled by second out and Heyne lifted an infield
winner over Illinois, may prove an will endeavor to regain their laurels the longest contests ever staged on Kenneth Schafer, '29, who played yes- fly to Fehlig to end the scoring possi-
upset in this event, in the doubles.' the Ferry field courts. The Wolver- teray. The remaining line up will be: bilitis of Coach Jack Blott's tdm-
Bevan, OhioState quartermiLler, Summaries: sine finally emerged on top by scores Ngye No. 2,aold, its by Johnsnid Itzma n a nd
lomsa teJiey ine hr. e Singles: Semi-finals - Dennison, of 6-4, 3-6, 13-11. Moore entiployed hi i smith, No. 3 Moore No. 4, Schafer, erors by the Freshman infield en-
was beaten by Feisinger, Michigan Rayen of Youngstown, defeated Sor- accurate placements to aii advantage No. 5, and Stehens, No. 6. Ialli the sixth ins to coe te n
. enson, Elk'hart, 3-6, 8-6,- 6-3. Irwin, in disposing of Judkins of Wiscon-( tally in the sixth inning to complete
star, in a close race last year in the Gnd art, 3. Irwn, in ispsigho sds of win Patronize Daily Advertisers the scoring of the game.
fast time of :49.1, and should beat Grand Rapids Central d. Wallace, Elk- sin in straight sets, 6-1, 6-2, while
Ohlheiser and Mueller, althugh a good hart, 6-2, 6-1. Third round-Dennison, Shafer, playing number five for Michi-
race is -expected. Rayen, defeated Jackson, Owosso, 6-3, gan, defeated Reeves without much -
Bevan and Tooley are Ohio's prob- 6-4. Sorenson, Elkhart, defeated, difficulty, 6-1, 6-2.
Banl en ldTriesin th e,hold putup Spees, Pontiac, 6-0, 6-2. Irwin, Grandj Stephens, Michigan number six man, vi-1 r a
able entrieith88,shouldpu Rapids Central, defeated Clark, Pon- defeated Kratz in another three set I FRED W . G RS
a close race with Lon'ont, Michigan, tiac, 6-2, 6-4. Wallace, Elkhart, defeat- battle, 6-1, 6-8, 7-5. After being coin- 3 Soth Main
with the Wolverines a slightwfavorite.I ed Brown, East High of Columbus, pletely outclassed in the first set, the ou an
Lomoant 'won against Iowa two weeks 7-,61"'age lyrfuh hr otk h
ago, and then lost a close race against 7 6 sBadger player fought hard to tak Wte \E FEATURE L-SYSTEM
Doubles: Second round-East High second and ran up a score of 5-1 in.
Illinois last week. Lomont should be of Columbus defeated Pontiac, 7-5, the third before the Wolverine player College Clothes Costing
take tocoverthst anc6-1. Rayen of Youngstown defeated steadied himself. Then Stephens set-
the trac isbyeudth Grand Rapids Central 6-8, 6-2, 6-2. De- td down and won six straight games $35, $40 and $45
Wycoff will probably be used in the troit Northwestern defeated Fort to win the set and match. They Defp All Competition
mile for Ohio,'where he should add Wayne Central, 6-2, 6-1. Elkhart de- Capt. Olian, although handicapped
fv osntstOhio'sntotal. nnedy, feated Detroit Central, 6-2, 6-1. by a sore shoulder, paired with Schaf-_____
Ohio's best distance man, will probab-
ly be reserved for the two mile run,
where he will hook up with Horn-
berger, Michigan, who -is now regard-
0d as the leading distance man in the
Big Ten shools. Loomis, who defeat- -
ed Petaja, Wisconsin, and Williams,
Chicago, in a quadrangle meet last
week, will probably be used again in i= 0CA n
the mile run, where he is a favorite
to finish ahead of the Wolverine en- l
tries. -
Don Cooper, Michigan hurdler who
has failed to run true to form in the
high hurdles in the dual meets, is not Sa
considered as fast as Irwin of Ohio
in the 120 yard high hurdles, although2
he did defeat him at the Ohio relay. The Most Drastic Price Reductions of All the Year
At the Drake relays Irwin ran second'
to Dunson, of Oklahoma, but finished
ahead of a fast field including Alli- = We must reduce our enormous stocks of Men's and Women's Fine Footwear
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Cooper has been unbeaten in the low=2
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beaten the Iowa star, Cuhel, who is r
rt ed as one of the best inl the Big EVE rTE'
has an outside chance for third place.SH
Michigan's field event entries, in- 1SHO ES
eluding Capt. Northrop, Lovette, Ketz, _
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Ohio State's golf team will invade
the Ann Arbor links today in an en-
deavor to avenge their defeat of last
year, when they lost to the Wolver-
ines by a 19 1-2-4 1-2 score over the
Scioto Country club course. The
Buckeyes have played two Conference
matches so far this season, winning
one and losing the other.
Judging from their previous show-,
ings, the Ohio State aggregation-does
not appear to be a particularly strong
outfit. In their match with Ilinois
they were overwhelmed by a 22 1-2-1
1-2 score. They (lid better against
Indiana, however, annexing their first
Conference victory of the season. In
contrast to Ohio's decisive defeat byy
the strong Ilini squad, Michigan won
a close match from the same team,
14 1-2-9 1-2.
In their' pre-season imatches the
Buckeyes rolled up four consecutive
victories, winning two from Ohio Wes-.
leyan and one each from Antioch col-
lege and Wittenberg. The Scarlet and

Gray team willprobably be composed
of Capt. Stephens, Parks, Kerr, amid.
Michigan has had a successful season
so far, although they lost to Purdue
by a narrow margin. They have vic-
tories to their credit over Illinois and
Northwestern, while they won two
pre-season matches from the Detroit
Golf club.
Coach Trueblood has not decided
upon the personnel of the team that
will' oppose the Buckeyes, although
it is certain that Capt. Mlover, Connor,"
and Bergelin will compete. Selectioi
of a fourth ni-an to complete the squad
lies between Cole and Vyse, although
it is posible that both of them may
play, one in the individual matches and
the other in the foursomeq.
The individual matches will begin
at 9 o'clock this morning over the
Ann Arbor golf course. Play in the
foursomes will commence at 1:30
o'clock in the afternoon.

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