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MICHIG N GOLF TEAMa GAINS THIRD BIG TEN Jack Sharkey After
Title Bout With Him
VICTOR B' DlFEATING BUCKEYE INVADERi
Ohio State's golf team proved no points to. 3 1-2, the Wolverine team

FERRY FIELD'S APPEARANCE CHANGES
AS NORTH STANDS ARE TORN DOWN

A perfect day for baseball enab
all the teams in both leagues to pl
their scheduled gam'es, and becau
of their idleness Friday, three tea
played double headers in the Natior
league. St. Louis downed Boston
I both games by the score of 5-3 a
6-2, while Chicago likewise won bo
contests from Brooklyn, 6-4, 11
Wilson of Chicago poled out a howm
in the first game. Cincinnati set ba
the Phillies in both games by t
scores, 5-2 and 6-5, while Pipp of Ci
cinnati also hit for the circuit.
In the American league, the me
exciting contest was staged betwe
Cleveland and the Yankees, in whi
the Yanks lost their sceond consec
tive game to the Indians in' a twel
inning struggle by the close score
5-4. Detroit lost their second gap
to Washington by the narroiW marg
of 6-5. Walburg of the Athletics co
tributed to his team's side of t
score sheet with a home run, buth
mates failed to bunch their hits, ther
by losing the game to Chicago 7
Boston and St. Louis staged a fr
hitting battle at St. Louis, anti the la
ter team won, 7-4. Boston collect
10 hits while St. Louis were able
assemble 16 safe blows.

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and the invading Buckeyes fell before the foursomes by wide margins. The
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ternoon on the Ann Arbor golf course
in the second home match of the Con-
ference schedule, 20 1-2 to 3 1-2.
This marks the fifth victory of theI
season for the Michigan team and its!
third Conference success. The Wol-
verine's other Big Ten victims include
Illinois and Northwestern, while their
single reverse was sustained at the
hands of the Purdue team at Lafayette
in the first Conference match.
P aying under ideal weathr. dnfi-

position that marked the morning's
matches and did not gain any of the 12
points in the afternoon's play.
InWin Foursomes Easily
In the first foursome, Captain Glo-
ver and Bergelin outclassed Kerr and
Park of Ohio, finishing the 18 holes
G up to win all 6 points: On the first
nine Glover shot a 33, while llev-,elin
l is credited with a 32 on the sicond.
The Michigan pair had a best ball of
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Slowly the old north stands on Fer-
ry field are disappearing and it is ex-
pected that before Commencement thel
old stands from which thousands of
people have watched Michigan foot-
ball teams battle will have been torn
down.
The north stands were built in 19071
after the wooden stands that had been
moved from South Ferry field had
proved inadequate. At the time th'e
north stands were finished it was im-
possible for them to hold more than
,8,000 people but in 1920, additions that
remained to the present day, enabled
10,000 to view the games from the
north side of the field:
Illinois and Mich'igan played the
first game after the new stands were
built and keen disappointment of thej
occasion is told by Henry Pipp who
built the stands and who is now de-
molishing ther#. A gala day had been
planned for th'e day and people from
all over the state made plans to be
here for the dedication of the new
stands, but it rained so hard that the
field was nothing but a sea of mud
and the fair sex were unable to dis-
play their new fall clothing. The
whole affair proved to be a failute to
everybody.

The concrete stands that were built
on the south side of the field in 1917
took a great deal of glamor away from
the north stands but the alumni of-
Michigan will never be able to for-
get the north stands that were built
seven years before there was any idea
of having immense stone stands.
FOREIGN SOCCER
TEAMS TO PLAY
(Hy Associated Press)
CHICAGO, May 22.--The Uruguay
soccer team now touring the country
has applied to the United States
Football association for permission
to meet the Hakoah soccer team of
Vienna, Austria, in an exhibition
match at Dexter Park, Brooklyn,
June 4.
Dr. Jose M. Delgado, president of
the Uruguay club, declared in a letter
to James Armstrong, secretary of the
Football- association, he had received
many requests to arrange a meeting,
between the two famous squads, but
could find no place in the schedule
of the Uruguayans unless their time
in this country was extended.

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tions, the Michigan golfers showed to Connor paire
an advantage by winning four of the second foursome to add six more
six matches and halving a fifth. The
Ohio team, on the other hand, was able points to the Wolverine total by de-
to garner only 3 1-2 of the possible feating Johnson and Shane, 7 up. As
24 points. I in the first match of the afternoon,
The morning's individual matches the Michigan players led their op-
were marked by close play through- ponents throughout the 18 holes, Con-
out, andI although the Michigan play- nor shooting an excellent 67 and Vyse
outand lthugh he Mchian pay-a 72.
ers outscored their opponents 8 1-2 to
3 1-2, the Buckeyes pressed the Wol- The Michigan players turned in un-
verines in all except one of the I usually low scores' for both the-morn-
matches. ing's' and afternoon's rounds. Connor
In the first individual match John was low man for the day, with a 67
Bergelin, playing in first position for and a 72 to his credit. Captain Glover
the first time this year,-and Kerr, and Bergelin were tied for second
Ohio State number one man, played scoring honors, playing even both
even throughout the 18 holes, dividing rounds. Their morning scores were
the three points. Captain Fred Glover 76's, while each shot a 70 in their
put his team in the lead by taking all foursome. Cole was high man of the
three points in the second match of Michigan team with a 79, while Vyse
the day. Park, Ohio number two man made a 72 in the second foursome.
forced th'e Wolverine leader to win all Shaner made the best score of the
three holes of the match to gain his Ohio players with a 73 for his in-
three point victory, however, as the dividual match.
loss of one of them would have re-' Two more matches remain g on the n
duced his margin. Wolverine schedule before the Big Ten
Addison Connor was the only Mich'- meet at Evanston, Wisconsin plays
igan player who did not experience here Saturday and the team meets
difficulty in winning his match. He Chicago four days later.

Gene Tnney
Jack Sharkey wants a fight with
Gene Tunney for the heavyweight
champion-and he wants it right away
-but he will pause long enough to
meet Jack Dempsey if Tex Rickard de-
mands such a match.
That was the dictum of the former
"gob" who Friday night crushed the
title aspirations of Jimmy Maloney
with a breath taking display of speed,
skill and punching powers.

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clearly outplayed Johnson of the in-
vading team in the third match to gain
a three point victory. The Buckeye
1 player was unable to cope with Con-
1 nor's brilliant shooting and hi's score
was considerably higher than the 72
turned in by the Michigan player.;
1 'Playing the final individual match,
4 Ralph Cole, lost to Sh'aner of Ohio,
State, 2 points to 1.
01 Going into the afternoon's foursomes

DEMPSE Y LAUDS
SHARKEY'S FIGHT
(By Associated Press)
LOS ANGELES, May 21. - Jack
Dempsey, former heavyweight cham-
pion, believes that Jack Sharkey had
shown himself by his defeat of Jim
Maloney, "just about good enough to
stop Gene Tunney, the titleholder,
right now."
"While I think I can take Sharkey,
a Sharkey fight should draw a big
purse," Dempsey said. The former
heavyweight champion, who is train-
ing for a return bout with Tunney,
plans to meet Sharkey in an elimina-
tion fight.

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