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THE MICHIGAN DATLY

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ILLINOIS

TENNIS

TEAM WIA

TS IN EASY VICTORY,

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Football Candidates Look For Rinehart,
Display Fine Talent' Indiana Javelin Ace,
MATCH Of THIS YEAR y hWIN SCHOLASTIC MEET ToWin First Places

LEADS HURDLERS
IN GOPHER MEET:

FIRST GAME[DW RAISE
IJdh .U01 FU NDS FOR OLYMPICS

Pla~yers 4 haie tOfJPaiy
Illinois (C-ipture.
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GRAHlAM

TAKES

SINGLES

Taking five out of singles an*l two
of the three doubles matches, the Iili-
noi'stennis team swept through a disor-
ganized and off-form Michigan squad
yesterday afternoon on the Perry field
courts to hand the Wolverines their
first set back in two years, 7-2, and
to relegate theme to a tie for second
place in the Conference standings.
The Maize and Blue players ap-
peared helpless before the invading
Illini, vhotto ok the first three singles
matches without the loss of a set.
Graham, playing 'sixth inan, gained
Michigan's only victory in the singles,
and, later teamed with Brodie to an-
nex the Wolverines' only win in the
doubles.
Captain O'Connell, twice Conference
singles champion, caught Captain Bar-
ton of Michigan on an off day and
after taking the first set 6-1, cap-
tured six straight games to win the
second set, 6-4. Barton appeared un-
able to cope with O'Connell's fast;
chop placements and fine net play.
Gordon Brandt, second ranking
junior in the midwest, played a con-
sistent game to hand Bob Heaney his
first defeat, 6-0, 6-4. Bard, Captain
of the 1927 Illini squad, showed a fine
drive and an. accurate overhand in
beating Ken Schafer 6-0, 6-1.
Thompson, playing in fourth po-
sition for Illinois, spoiled another un-
defeated Wolverine's record when he
came back after losing the first 'set to
defeatAlgyer,t5-7, 6-1, 6-2.
In the fifth; singles match Bum-
garner wrecked another 1.000 percent
average when he defeated King Moore
in the hardest match of the day, 6-2,
5-7, 6-4. Moore was behind three to
five in thze second set, when he spurt-
ed, and took four straight games, los-
ing the deciding set only after a hard
fight.
Graham was the only Wolverine to.
retain an unbrokeft string of wins
when his -accurate chop 'strokes and
consistency at net proved too much for
Park, who sustained the only Illini
defeat in the singles, 6-2, 6-3.
Captain O'Contnell and Biraudt
sprang a surprise when they defeated
the 1927 doubles champions, Captain
Barton and Moore, in straight sets,
6-3, 6-0. The Illini combination, dis-b
played excxellent team work and fine
overhead play in beating the Wolver-
ine's.
Heaney and Algyer played some of
the best tennis of the day to win the

n.ost successful spring football prac-
tice ever conducted at the University
of Michigan. Not only was there a
great deal of work accorfiplishe?, but
there was a record number of candi-
dates participating.
Another good aspect of this spring's
training was that it afforded the
coaches a very good line on all the
available material for this fall's var-
sity. The showing of the men, es-
pecially that of the newcomers, has
been very satisfactory, which is grat-
ifying to the coaching staff, who are
forced to depend on this new material
for the bulwark of the 1928 team.
Several of the freshmen showed to
much better 'advantage than they had
during the toeshman practice, espec-
ially Whbeler and Holmes. Both ok
consistent game throughout the prac-
these men have been playing a quite
tice sessions. Wheeler, if he adds a
little weight during vacation, should
develop into a vapable ball carrieptf
A banquet will be held for all the
candidates on Tuesday night, at which
both Professor Yost and Coach Wie-
man will talk. There will also be two.
members of the Chicago alumni pre-
sent to award the Chicago alumni
trophy to the candidate selected by
the coaching staff.
BADGER LETTER
MEN WILL MEET
MADISON, Wis., May 12.-Res'r-
vations for 125 "W" alumiji have been
filed with the Badger athletic depart-
ment for the reunion of former mon-
agram winners here Saturday. Mil-
waukee and Chicago will supply thQ
majority of the men, according to
present indications.
Annual "Boy's Day" will be cele-
brated in conjunction with the "W"
reunion. More than 1,000 Wiscon-
sin boy scouts and other school boys
will be guests of the athletic depart-,
ment. They will hear a talk by Ath-
letic Director George E. Kittle on the
lower campus in the morning and
then will adjourn to Camp Randall
for games.
first set, 6-1, from Thompson and
Bard, the Illinois second doubles team,
but were completely outclassed in the
second one, failing to win a game,
and lost the deciding counter to the
Indian combination after a hard
fight, 7-5.
Graham and Brodie, playing in their
first Varsity doubles match, came from
behind in both sets to annex the Wol-
verines' second win, 9-7, 7-5.

Northwestern Captures feet Iy
Point Margin ; Northwesiemn
Takes Second Place

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SNOWDEN WINS 15 POINTS
Winning by a margin of a sixth of
a point Detroit Northeastern, led by
its two interscholastic title holders,
Snowden and Beatty, upset all ad-
vance predictions to gain a spectac-
ular victory over Northwestern, also
of Detroit, defending titleholder, and,
four times champion.
Love Snowden, sensational Falcon
sprinter, captured the 100 and 220
yard dashes along with the broad
jump to annex high scoring honors
with fifteen points.
Detroit athletes gained a virtual
monopoly in this years classic, the
first four teams in the scoring com-
ing from that sector. The perform-
ance of Redford, a newcomer in prep1
track prominence, was the surprise
of the meet. Led by Simmons, an au-
burn thatched hurdler, who extended
Beatty, national interscholastic title-,
holder) in the low hurdles, to the lim-
it the Huskies were able to gain 1
fourth position a point behind Cash
Tech which took third place mainly
through the efforts of TLuraschoff who'
won the shot put and the javelin
throw over a strong field.
The Summaries
Hammer Throw-won by Cunning-,
ham (Redford), Crawford (Redford),
Huber (N. W.) third, McIlvain (N. W.)'
fourth. Distance, 132 feet, 3 1-2 ir/
ches.
120 yard high hurdles-won by
Beatty (N. E.), Simmons (Redford)
second, Eberhard (G. R. S.) third,
Wooley (C) fourth. Time, 16.2.
100 yard dash-Won by Snowden
(N. E.), Davis (St. Joe) second, Nel-
son (G. R. S.)' third. Craig (Momeo)
fourth. Time, 10 fiat.
Mile run-Won by Schwartz (Ka-
zoo), Hurd (N. W.) second, McDonald
(Eastern) third, Grimes (Niles)
fourth. Time, 4:35.5.
Shot put - Won by Turaschoff
(Cass), Seiffert (W) second, Tessmer
(A. A.) third, Watkins (N. E.) fourth.
Distance, 50 feet.
440 yard dash-Won by Burgess
(N. W.), Meldrum' (N. W.) second,
Dykas (N. E.) third, Badgett (Cass)
fourth. Time, :52 fiat.
220 yard dash-Won by Snowden
(N. E.), Davis (St. Joe) second, Nel-
son (G. R. 5'.) third, Porteus (Birm-
ingham) fourth. Time, :22.2.
880 yard run-Won by Arnold (W.).
(Continued on Page Seven)

BLOOMINGTON, Indiana, May 12---.
dian univesity, winner of the stae
intecolegite tackandfield chain-
pionships last year, will defend its
title next Saturday at Lafayette. rplI
triumph last spring was a clear cut
victory for Indiana against Notre
Dame and other Hoosier opponents.
The Crimson will be after two state
records in their bid for honors twice
in succession. Wilner Rinehart; who
set a new national intercollegiate re-
cord in the javelin throw last weekI
at Northwestern, will make an attempt
to better the distance. His throwt
measured 215 feet 4 inches. Rinehart
is an outstanding Olympic candidate.
though only a junior at Indiana uni-
versity.
Rinehart's development under Coach
E. C. Hayes has been remarkable. He
never even as much as had his hands
on a spear before entering Indiana.
His distance in his freshman year was
only a little better than 150 feet. In
his first meet he won first place it
Atlanta, Ga., in the southern relays.
A few weeks later he went to the
Drake carnival where he won a gold
medal with a throw of 197 feet 8
inches. Two weeks ago he beat the
best in the east at Philadelphia with
a distance of 194 feet 11 inches.
Indiana's mile relay team which is
undefeated. this year will go after the
state record. The quartet of quarter-
milers defeated all comers in the sou-
thern carnival a few weeks back.
YALE university defeated Wesleyan
on the links recently by a score of
9-0.

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Stars in every branch of indoor
sports with the exception of track
will participate in the big athletic
show to be staged by Northwestern
university at Patten gymnasium Sat-
urday, May 19 in the interest of the
American Olympic team fund. The un-
iversity is cooperating with the citi-
zens of Evanston in raising $1,000
for the team.
Leading athletes from , Northwest-
ern, the University of Chicago and a
number of club athletes from Chicago
will participate in the carnival con-
sisting of swimming, wrestling, box-
ing, fencing and acrobatics.
Walter Laufer .of the Lake Shore
club who Is certain of a position on
the Olympic team will attempt to
lower the World's record in the 100
meter back stroke. Ethel Lackie,
America's leading women sprint
swimmer and her colleagues of the
Illinois Women's Athletic club will
attempt to lower marks in the 400,
500 and 600 yard relays. Jane and
Ruth Faunts of the same club will
give diving exhibitions.
-off Harrington, 3 in 1 2-3 innings,
off Andrews, 6 in 6 1-3 innings. Hit by
pitcher- Harrington (Loos) Asbeek
(Lymperspoulous). Umpires-Otto and
Charles Jenson (Terre Haute).At-
tendance, 7,000.

(By Associated Press)
PRINCETON, New Jersey, May 1
-Columbia's intercollegiate champ-
ions staged a comeback today to de-
feat Pennsylvania at Princeton in the
varsity crew race for the Child cup
on Lake Carnegie.
Columbia led from start to finish,
crossing the line fully lengths ahead
of Pennsylvania, with Princeton, 1927
winners third, over a length behind
Pennsylvania in the 1 and 3-4 miles
race. The winners' time was 9:08.
Les Marriner, former Illinois heavy-
weight, added another to his string of
knock-outs when he stopped Joe
Burke, Detroit, in the first round of a
bout at ,piingfield, Thursday night.

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TOTALS.

Seore $y Innings
Michigan. ....331 000
Illinois.............000 002
Summaries

Two base hits-Asbeck, Sweeney.
3b hit-Nebelung. Home run-Lange.
Struck out-by Asbeck, 3, by Andrews,
6. Bases on balls-off Asbeck, 2, Har-
rington, 2, Andrews, 1, Bower, 1. Hits;

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