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f THE MRl.H OAN U 1LY

SUJNDAY,

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MICHIGAN

GOLFER S

OVERWHELM

PURDUE,

153

VARSITY SHOWS PROMISE IN INITIAL MEET;
HIGH WINO MAKES LOW.SCORING IfFICULT

IBergeliii And (Captain('onors
And (Coop

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MICHIGAN

WINS

DOUBLES

Playing in <, most impossible wea-
ther conditions the Michigan golf
I eam turned hack Purdue, 15-3, yes-
ferday, at Barton Hills. In the morn-
ing singes rounds John Argolin,.
playing nunher one for Michigan
halved his match wilh Capt. Lehuran
to give each man 1 1-2 points. In the
second match, Capt. Connors halved
the first nine with Cook, but came
hack to take the second nine 2 up. and
1 to go, getting 2 1-2 ponts to Cook's
1-2. This was the last score that
Purdue made in the singles as both
Cole and Vyse disposed of their men,
Trailor and Thomas, by a score of
8 uipand 7 to go, winning both nines
for 3 points apiece.
The end of the singles matches left
the score 10-2 in favor of Michigan,
and assured them of winning the,
match.
Wolverines Take Doubles
In the afternoon Cole and Conner
met Lehman and Thomas in a best
ball match. Their first nine was a
walk-away as they took it 7 up. but
the Purdue men turned the tables
and won the second nine 1 up. The
score for the eighteen was in fav-
or of the Michigan men, however,
and they thereby annexed 2 points to
Purdue's 1.
In the other doubles match Vyse
and Bergelin had an easy time with
Cook and Trailor, winning the first
nine 1 up and the second 4 and 3.
This win gave three points to Michi-
gan and brought the total up to 15
to 3.
The scores made in the matches
were .very high considering the abil-
ity of the players, but that fact can
be very well accounted for by the
high wind. This wind presented I,
big mental hazard as well as an ac-
tual one.
Team Selected For Trip
Art Ahlstrom, a sophomore, made
good his claim to the fifth position
on the team by virtue of his victory
over Goodwin yesterday afternoon.,
This position gives Ahlstrom the
right to go on the trip to Wisconsin
and Northwestern this week. Ahl-
strom shot a 78 yesterday, while
Goodwin made an 81. The team will
leave Tuesday on the trip and will
consist of Captain Conner, Bergelin,
Cole, Vyse, and Ahlstrom.

TRACK MEET
SUMMARIES
(Continued from Page One.)
00 yard dash-Won by Simpson
(0); second, Kriss (0); third Hester
(M). Time-:09.9.
Mile run-Won by Mlnroe (M);
second, Loomis (0); third, Hays (0).
Time-4:27.6.
220 yard dash-Won by Simpson
(0); second, Kriss (0); third Hester
(M). Time-:21.5.
Shot put-Won by Tritten (0);
second, Poorman (lM); third, Carlson
(M). Distance 39 feet 113-8 inches.
High jump-Won by Anson (0);
second, Felker (M); third, Waldo
(M) and Coffee (O) tied. Height 5
feet 11 1-4 inches.
120 yard high hurdles-Cooper (M)
and Rockaway (0) tied for first;
third, Kinney (M). Time'- :15.4.
440 yard dash-Won by Seymour
(M)); second, Munger (M); third,
Freese (M). Tine-:49.9.
Pole vault-Won by Brown (0);
Prout (M) and Eardley (M) tied for
second. Height 12 feet 4 3-4 inches.
Two mile run-Won by ,Wuerfel
(M); second, Baker (0); third, Jes-
son (0). Time-9:42.3.
Discus throw-Won by Rasmus (0);.
second, Tritten (0); third, Coffee (0).
Distance 142 feet 9 1-8 inches.
220 yard low hurdle's-Won by
Cooper (M)'; second, Jones (M) ; third,
Pierce (0). Time-:24.1.
880 yard run-Yon by Lomont (M);
second, Monroe (M), third, Tooley,
(O). Time-1:58.6.
Javelin throw-Won by Beaman
(M); second, Knoppe (M) ; third
Ketz (M). Distance 171 feet 8 1-2
inches.
Broad Jump-Won by Chapman
(M); second, Arendt (M); third,
Crooks (0). Distance 23 feet 17-8
inches.
Hammer throw-Won by Ketz (M);
second Ujhelyi (0); third Williams
(M). Distance 160 feet 9 5-8 inches.
New dual meet record.

STRONG PITCHING STAFF IS HOPE OF BADGER TEAM
IN GAME WITH WILVERINE DIAMOND SQUAD TOMORROW
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YEARLING TENNIS (1
SQUAD LOSES IN
RESERVES MATCH

Coach Hutchin's reserve team found
a strong freshman tennis squad sur-
prisingly easy to defeat yesterday by
a score of 6-1.
Harry Richelson, playing the fourth
position for the freshmen, team over-
came Farbman of the reserves for the
only freshman win of the day, 6-8, 6-4,
G-3. Richelson's steady game ulpset
I Faribman in the final set.
Dasenburg, playing. first for the
yearlings, was unable to show much
in losing to Kenpner. A brilliant all-
around game for Kenpner found Dus-
enburg sadly weak and his flat drives
and accurate placement proved too
much for the freshman.
I-larry Elliott, last year's freshmen
star, was forced to the limit to beat
Swanson, playing number two, by 8-6,
6-4. A more reliable service of El-
liott's proved the margin of victory..
Brody found little difficulty in
romping over Kramer, 6-2, 6-1. Kram-
er was unable to solve Brody's left
handed game. Richeison beat Farb-
man in the fourth singles. Kimball
or the Reserves found little difficulty
in winning over Crawford, 6-1, 6-1.
Swanson and Nessen extended El-
liott and Farbman to the second third
set match of the day, but were forced
to lose out in be final set by the stead-
iness of he reserve combination, 11-9,
,5-7, 6-1. In the other doubles, Brody
and Kenpner defeated Dusenberg and
Kramer 6-3, 7-5.

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MICHIGAN TOR ESU|M CE FRECSCHIEDULE
MONDAI WHEN BADGERS INVADE FERRY HELD

lowiatiu' 'Agregalion

Reen Setting Fast Pace ht
114r Ten Games
THELANDER MAY PITCH
PROBABLE .LINEUPS
michiiguan Wisconsin
Nebelung, ;f Cuisiner, If
Loos, ss Decker, ss
Lange, If Winer, cf
Corriden, 2b Massey, 2b
Oosterhaan, 11 Mansfield, 1b
Weintraub, 3b Doyle, c
Straub, r: Beebe, rf
McCoy, c Matthusen, 3b
McAfee, p Thelander, or
Jacobson, p

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Returning from their three-game
invasion of the East, today, Coach
Fisher's Wolverines will renew their
Cohfe'rence activities at 4:05 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon when they are
scheduled to meet thee Wisconsin
nine in what promises to be one, of
the hardest tests of the season.
T'he Lowman-coached outfit has
been setting a fast clip in its recent
conference tilts, justiying Coach
Fisher's perdiction that the game will
be one of the most difficult on the
Michigan schedule.
In their contests with Iowa and
Illinois, two of the Big Ten's best
aggregations, on foreign diamonds
the Cardinals showed, to an advant-
age, forcing the hawks to go 12 in-
nings before they could eke out a
6-5 victory and tripping, the Illinois
5-2, something that no other Big Ten
team has, been able to accomplish.
The Badger victory over Coach
Lundgren's nine is all the more re-
(Continued on gage Seven)

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Pictured above are the members of
the Wisconsin pitching staff which
will face Michigan Monday at Ferry
field. The Badger pitchers have been
turning in a good brand of hurling
in their Conference games this year.
Thelander is the probable selection
for Monday's game with the veteran
Doyle behind the plate. Ellerman
and Jacobson, who is not in the pic-
ture, are also possibilities. Haggarty
and Momsen are sophomore stars.

11

TENNIS and

LARAMIE, Wyo.-George McLarin,
football coach, has been made director ,
of all major spoits, and John Cor-
bett has been made director of phys-
ical education at the University of
Wyoming.
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ICleland B. Wylhie, '80

OOYAJ -C/7~/-u'
MORSE IS LOST TO NINE J
In response to inquiries, it has
been announced that Newell 0.
"Bud" Morse, having completed
three years of intercollegiate j
sport, has been declared inelig-
ible for further play. Morse
played second base on the base- I
ball nine.

CHEERING NOTICIE
All sophomores and second
semester freshmen wishing ;to
try out for Varsity cheer' lead-
er are requested to report at
the Yost field house at four O'
clock Monday.
Ralphi E. Popp,
Varsity, Cheer Leader.

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