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THE MidHIGAN IYAILY D
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ICHIGA NET TEAM MAKES CLEAN SWEEP
To DUPLICATE LAST YEAR'S PERFORMANCEl

FRESHMAN TRACK f(p ] [j| T(AM GOLFERS TO MEET Y
TEAM IS ORDINARY YELIU ILL ILI PURDUE SATURDAYVAi S-I lIN ' TOIEILIGE jLUUJ1UL
Coach Hoyt of the Lireshman track 'Q 'Tfl DE[[H ih daily drills being held on teiG RS AT
c :LOST SEERV n =j IN FRST DAL EETO OIITQOOR SEASON
team stated that thesee are( m any good LOSE,00(1 0 IU I1Lton H ills couse, in which the I

Sparflhl ' S jiti Fails To Win A Sinigle
'cwt 0111 Of Mifle En-olviters,
At FeJ')ry Field
BARTON DEFEATS KANE

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prospects on this years squad, but
that the group as a whole were "just
ordinary., oni Brown, who never,

Making aclean sweep of six sing-
les itnd 'three doubles matches to
d upi licl e last ye r'!, performance,
he Wolver in netien overWlm'ed
the Michigan State squad 9-0 yester-
day at erryvIField for their second
consecutive ictory. The Spartans
failed to win a set in the nine en-
couInte;s.
Captain Barton although bothered
at first by a high wind which made
lobbing andl placements dangerous,
experienced little difficulty in defeat-j
ing Kane, Michigan State number one
player, 6-4, 61. After being behind
for the first seven games, Barton's
accurate chop stroking enabled him
to pull- out the first set with four
straight games, and take the second
with the loss of but one.
IFeaney Plays Fast 47ame
Bob Heaney, playing number two,
defeated Farleman of Michigan State
6-3, 6-4, in a match featured by the.
fastest driving of the day. Swan,
prominent S'partan junior player, lost
to Schaefer 6-2, 6-3. Algyer's fast
driving gave him an easy victory ov-
er Jennings of Michigan State, 6-2,
6-1, in the fourth singles m-atch.
Ayrault, playing in fifth position
for the Spartans, was unable to cope
with Moore's haird ground strokes
and smashing overhead and lost to
the Wolverine, 6-2, 6-3. Graham, play-
ing in his first Varsity match, ran
through Bentley in the final singles
match, 6-0, 6-4.
Barton and Moore Win oucles
In the first doubles match Capt.
Barton and Moore, 1927 Conference
champions, defeated Kane an$ Farle-
man, 7-5, 6-4. The visitors made sev'-
eral strong rallies at net, but the
Wolverines' superior overheads and
Parton's fiat forehand 'drives gave
them a victory.
Algyer and Heaney, teaming to-
gether for the first time, easily de-
feated Swan and Jennings, 6-1, 6-1,
while Bacon and Schaefer, another
new combination, swept through
Bentley and Leavitt by an identical
score in the final doubles match.
Both doubles combinations displayed
excellent teamwork.
INDIANA BASEBALL HOPES
DIMMED BY INELIGIBILITY

saw a hurdle before he came to
Michigan, has been showing up very
well for his first year at the event.
His time is around 26, which while
not fast, is very good for his exper-
ience.
Potter ha's been making fast time in
the high hurdles as he goes the dis-
tance in 15.8. Tom Dugal has been
showing form in the discus, which he
throws around 125 feet. In the two-
mile event, D'Anna has shown to the
best advantage. Coach Hoyt thinks
that these men will make good Var-
'sity material in the future. The
squad will hold a telegraphic meet
with Ohio State this Saturday at Ferry
field. This will be their second such
meet of the season.

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four lettermen from last year's team
Vai-sifyt' 1i0' ieu-a1 Fro~sh I41are showing up to advantage, the
In Fie inningC t.-Ie Tharked golf squad is preparing for the in-
By Numerous Errors vasion of the Purdue golfers tomor-
row over the B~arton Hills course.
MORSE LEADS RESERVES! 'ole, ergelin, Vyse and Captain
Buddy - Merse's reserve baseball Connor are included in the tentative
team defeated the freshman team 5-4 M-ichigan neup or the match. The
in a five inning game yesterday at lBoilermnr--ers will be the first lIig

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Captain Barton and 3foore

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TIrack 1'41uad i1'iil Ellira ilAt
11::3., For (Co iilibus

SOME DOPE ON THAT TRACK
MEET DOWN AT COLUMBUS

:e;y fiel. Tue game was close en pp0)nlent D: a mewhat bu,,
throughout,.but was marked by the , . .b
numerous errors by both teams. month. The remaining games are as
Morse, Var-ity player who was left follows:
here becaiise of illness, has taken the May 10-Northwestern at Evanston
reserves in hand and they are playing May 12-Minnesota at Minneapolis.
a series- of gaines with Jack Blett's
men. May 23--Ohio State at Colum-bus.
The ganre itself anpeared to be a May 24-25-Conference meet at
forerunner of the class games this Columbus.
May28-Chicago.
week-end. In the second inning a re- ay
serve man was hit by a pitched ball, An additional home match with I1-
but swung at it also. The reserves linois has also been arranged.
contended that he deserved his base,
but the fro'sl and umpire did not think
the same. Many calls for bats were I SPORTS BRIEFS F
heard, but the dispute was settled!
with-out :violence and the game pro- CONTE
gressed. Other differences followed(N
and ended only when Cubisac, reserve
second baseman was banished from It is expected that Chuck Maxton,I
the game. captain of the Purdue baseball team,
The batteries of both teams gave an will be able to resume his duties on
excellent account of themselves. the mound before the Boilermakers
Lineup and score by innings are as meet the 1-loosiers at Jordan field on
follows: May 11. Maxton injured his arm a
Plotkin .........1b......... Dagnell week or so ago, and has not as yet
Moddy ..........2b..... . Cubisac returned to the squad.
Garrisonh........'b........... -Morse.
Libman.........ss........... Gecon When the Hawkeye golf team meets
Roginski........r.f...........Myres Northwestern on Friday, Capt. Fair-
Will's ........... c.f.........Slagle burn Kurtz will again lead the way.
Middlesworth ... l.f......... Kubicek Kurtz has been laid up for several
Noble .c..............Stevens weeks with a badly infected finger,
Compton........p............Holtze and it was thought that he might be
Score By Innings out for the entire season.
Freshmen..............000 202 0-4 The Scarlet and Gray netmen re-
Reserves ...............010 310 x-5 ,,,,;n

(aptaii' Buck Rester
Who will lead the Wolverines in
a dual meet against the Scarlet and
Grey trackmen tomorrow at Colum-
bus.
R OM(THER
CE UNIVERSITIES
with snow, and play would be impos-
sible.

MONROE TO RUN MILE
Twenty-four menibers of the Wol-
verine track squad will entrain at
11:35 this morning for Columbus
where they will engage Coach ('astle-
man's well-balanced Ohio State team
in the opening dual meet of the out-
door season tomor';ow afternoon in
the big Buckeye stadium.
The Michigan contingent will in-
clude the following men, in addition
to Coach Steve Farrell, Manager Poole
and Trainer Cahill: Captain Hester,
Grodsky, Freese, Munger, Leonard,
Lomont, Monroe, Wuerfel, Jesson,
Prout, Eardley, Cooper, Jones, Kin-
ney, Felker, Waldo, Ketz, Williams,
Carlson, Arendt, Chapman, Poorman,
Beaman, and Knoppe.
Captain Hester ,and rodsyi will
compete in the dashes, being entered
in both the 100 and the 220. Munger
and Freese are slated to compete in
the quarter mile, and Leonard and
Lomont in the half. Monroe is the
sole entry in the mile, while Wuerfel
and Jesson will bear the Michigan
hopes in the two mile run. Cooper
and Kinney will run the high hurdles,
and both will compete in the lows with
Jones as an added entry.
Coach Farrell will have two men
for each of the field events except the
discus, in which Carlson is the single
entry, due t0 the fact that Norm Ga-
bel has been forced to give up track
work due to an -injury to his back.
Poorman and Arendt will compete in
the shot, while the latter and Chap-
man have been named for the broad
jump.
The veteran Pat Prout and Eardley
are the Wolverine pole vaulters, with
Felker and Waldo entered in the high
jump. Ketz and Williams are slated
to take care of the hammer, while
Beamen and Knoppe will be the Wol-
ve jine javelin throwers.

With their individual stars compet-
ing in practically the same events, and
performers of less than average cali-
bre entered in the others, Michigan
and Ohio State will renew their an-
nual rivalry on the track tomorrow
in a meet that promises to be the
closest in the history of the schools.
For the first time since the dual
series was inaugurated the Bucks
are rated equal favorites with the
Wolverines, and it is generally
; predicted that the margin of vic-
tory will' be unusually slight for
either outfit.
The shot put should be a closely con-,
tested affair in view of the fact that
neither team boasts a consistent 40
footer. Tritten is Coach Castleman's
sujest bet, and has a best mark of
4-0 feet 6 inches, while Poorman of
Michigan has bettered this distance
on only two occasions.
Neither team has a formidable
performer in the javelin, although
the Wolverines are slight favor-
ites in this event due to the show-
1ugs of Beaman and Knoppe in
practices this week.
Orquist and Carlin of the Buckeye
team and the Wolverine pair have
been throwing the weed around the
160 foot mark with a degree of con-
sistency, and any one of them is apt

vaulters, Prout and Eardley, are
ranked as favorites over Brown of
Ohio, although the latter managed
to clear 12 feet 3 on one occasion
indoors.
Anson, who has high jumped 6 feet
5 inches and broad jumped 23 feet
6 inches for Ohio at one time or an-
other, is having his troubles in clear-
ing 5 feet 10. or leaping more than
21 feet.
But on the other hand, know-
ing his potentialities, there is al-
ways a chance that he will hit his
stride again and cause plenty of
trouble.
With Rasmus heaving the discus
around the 145 foot mark with alarm-
ing regularity, and Carlson the only
Wolverine entry, the Buckeyes are
certain of at least, a AIrst and a third
in this event.
Consistent performances of 143
feet or better in the hammer rate
~ 1etz a favorite over the Ohio
weighitmen, but in case the big
Wolverine should slump the least
bit Ohio's star, lTjhelyi, is apt
to Press him for first honors.
At Drake last week the Buckeye
was credited with a toss of nearly
153 feet, which proved good enough
to win second honors.
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Ohio State golfers won their first
Big Ten victory when they defeated
the Illini by a decisive score 11 to 7.
Al Sargent, Ohio State number one
man, lost his points when he missed
[a six foot put and laid himself a
stymie.
The Illini have an unusually strong
freshman tennis team this year. On
the roster appears the names of D.
R. Turner; state intenrcholastic cham-
pion, and EddIe Lejeck who won the
university intramural championship
last fal.-L
LONDON-Players from ten nations
will com'pete for the British open
golf championship when play starts
I May 7, at Sandwich.

NEW YORK-Lieut. George C. Cal-
nan, United States Navy, for three
years United States Foils champion,
has been named deputy captain of
the American Olympic fencing team.

main inactive another week, as a re-
sult of the cancellation of the match
with the Universfty of Pittsburg,
which was to have been played in the
Smoky City Saturday. The cold wave
which swept the East the latter part
of last week, left the courts covered

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--- to outdo his rivals.
(By Associated Press)
BLOOMIi4GTON, Ind., May 3-Indi- Michigan's erratic pair of pole
ana's hopes of winning the Big Ten
baseball championship have been dim-
med by the ineigibility of its cap-
tain, Jimmy Burke.
Burke was ruled ineligible because
he played one summer with a senii-
professional club. Burke has been
a mainstay in the Hoosier lineup,
leading them to second place in the
conference standings with thre vic-
tories and one defeat.

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Following are the results of the
games played in the intramural in-
door; baseball league yesterday:
A. T. 0. 9, Theta Kappa Nu 0.
Delta Phi 0, Triangle 9.
Beta Theta Pi 5,Alpha Omega 6.
Theta Chi 9, D. U. 0.
Omega Psi Phi 9, S. .A. E. 0.
Delta Sigma Phi 9, Phi Delta Theta 0.
Phi Sigma Kappa 9, D. A. 1. 2.
T. K. E. 9, Phi Mu Delta 0.
Sigma Chi 9, Lambda Chi Alpha 0.
Phi Beta Pi 9, Phi Kappa 0.
Zeta Beta Tau 8, Delta Sigma Phi 4.
Alpha Chi Rho 2, Pi Lambda * Phi 1.
Hermitage 5, Delta Chi 1.
Phi Rho Sigma 9, A. K. L. 6.
Lawyers Club 0, Ten Cannibals 3 .
RED SOX, BRAVES, AND
CARDINALS ARE WINNERS
IN ONLY GAMES PLAYEDI
Due to rain and a scanty schedule
the number of games in the Big Lea-'
gues were cut to three yesterday. In
the American League Boston took a
close game from Philadelphia, 3 to 1,
when Morris of the Red Sox, holding
to Connie Mack's pennant chasers
to four hits, outpitched Orwall of the
Athletics. This was the only game
played in the junior circuit.
In an eleven inning battle between -
Kremer of the Pirates and Brandt
and the Braves, the Boston team put
over a run in the eleventh to draw
first blood !for the Eastern teams
against the Western quartet. In the
other encounter in the National league
Flint Rhem pitched the St. Louis Car-
dinals to a 7-5 victory over the Cin-
cinnati Reds.
American League
Philadelphia 000 000 100-1 4 2
Boston 100 002 00x-3 6 1
Pitchers - Orwall, Philadelphia;
Morris, Boston.

Spring

Haberdashery

The fashions 'of Spring demand the lavish
use of color in men's apparel.

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Neck wear

Colors in various shades, pastel or brilliant.
New small figures and the conventional
stripes share popularity with plain colors.

Shirts

Colored shirts in the newer shades

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shown in a variety of weaves and patterns.

Imported Half Hose

Even in half hose color predominates for
spring. Saxony lisle woven in new and un-
usual designs are very ' attractive.

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