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THURSDAY, MAY 24X x'9218.

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OLF,

TENNIS

TEAMS

START

BIG

TEN

MEETS TODAY

OL RHS 'GATHER FOR
I11 TEN TOURNAMENT
lehigan Veterans, Connor, Bergeilln
Vys(,.and Cole Hale Yet To
Be Defeated
OLSTAD DEFENDS TITLE
Golfers from all Big Ten schools
[th the exception of Iowa will begin
e quest for the 1928 Conference ti-
e over the difficult Scioto course at
>umbus this morning. Michigan,
th a quartet of veterans competing,
given more than an even chance of
fnexing the title.
Captain Addison Connor, Al Xyse.
hn Bergelin and Ralph Cole will
the four Wolverine entries. This
artet has won all its dual meets
ring the season, having scored vic-
ries over Purdue, Northwestern, I1-
tois, Wisconsin, and Ohio State.
All the Michigan players have been
ooting consistently in the 70's. The
ioto layout will test their mettle,
t they are expected to make a good
owing.
Lester Bolstad, Minnesota ace, will
defending the individual honors he
ptured last year over the Olympia
elds course of Chicago. Bolstad won
e national public links title in 1926,
d is considered a real contender.
ptain Lehman of Purdue, Indiana
legiate champion, is also a strong'

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MEET AT LAFAYETTE
Michigan And Illinois Are Favored
To Annex Both ingles AnI
Doubles Titles
BARTON RETURNS TO FORM

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Although relegated to second andI
third places in the Big Ten dual
meet standings behind the undefeated
Ohio and Wisconsin teams, Michi-
gan and Illinois are favored to an-
nex the singles and doubles titles in
the Conference meet which gets un-
der way this morning on the Purdue
University courts and will continue
until Saturday.
The singles situation appears a
mixup, with three of the four ranking
players in the conference having been
defeated during the dual meet sea-
son. Captain O'Connell of Illinois,
twice winner of the Big Ten title, sus-
tained his second beating in two
years of Conference competition, at
the hands of a Minnesota man when
he lost to Cornell, Gopher captain, at
Minneapolis a week ago.
Barton Proves Dangerous
Captain Barton of Michigan, who
dropped a three set match to O'Con-

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TE DOPE ON THE CONFERENCE TRACK MEET
11UAJ1 ,i1'l P year buit is dlangerous. Catlin, the Ain-
While t lmr", have beeni no high nescta quarter miler has a mark of 22I
*iuper intin Bi Te ths yar ap-feet 7 inches, an inch b~etter than
able of clearing six fe Ct losistntly,
one should probably accord Anson ol Arendt of Michigan.
Ohio state the best chance to emerge While the loss of Chapman through
on t-p of the scramble, due to his six injuries cost Michigan a possible firstI
foot three inch jump two weeks ago. place, the Wolverines will likely pick
Aside from Anson, Frey of Clij- up same points if Arendt can hit the
('2 go and i\J ill'r and Carr of Illinois heard.
are about as good as the rest. Frey Other broad jumpers who might
has done six feet two this year. \iller, "horn in" are Diehl, Wisconsin, Vana
th ugh not showing so much so far is and Wilcox of Iowa.t
now rounding into shape and may do SHOT PUT
things. Stranger things have haippened but t
Men who have flirted with the bar it is unlikely that Dan Lyon, Harryi
at six feet or better include Work, Gill's star weight man will lose the
Nelson, ,and Simpson, Purdue; Cody shot put, in which he threatens the
and Bennet, Chicago; Rettig and Hoff- Big Ten mark of 47 feet 3 inches made
man, Northwestern; W'achowski, Illi- last year by Lewis of Northwestern,
nois; Waldo and Felker, Michigan. who is now ineligible.l
Mann of Iowa might have a good day. Nelson, and Forwald of Iowa should
If Anison is "' on" he should win libe sure place winners, whil-e other 43
hands down; otherwise draw the nam- feet possibilities include Bagge, North-
es out of the hat. western; Kimmel, Illinois; Shoemak-
POLE VAULT er, Wisconsin; Klein, Chicago; and
Droegemueller, of Northwestern, tLapp and Roberts of Iowa.
ranks as th ; class of the polevaulters, i)ISCUS TIIRO W
in view of his 13 feet 6 1-2 inch show- Pete Rasmus, Buckeye star, tops a
ing in the quadrangular meet, though good field in the discus. Reports from
he may find more than enough coin- 1 Columbus have it, that he has been
p~etition from White and Barnes of I1- getting the plate out -around 160 feet,
linois and Otterness and Hess of Min- which is better even than the world's
o~escta. All of the latter rate near record of 158 feet 13-4 inches. If he
the, 13 foot niark. can do anything resembling this Sat-
Illinois and Minnesota have other urday, the ambitions of Dan Lyon
hopes including Heinson of the form- must be confined to looking for a.
er and Crowley of Minnesota. Among scrcnd. In this he will find enough
the other place possibilities are Brown to worry him in Mitchell and Hag-
of Ohio State, Todd of hidiaia, Mayer gerty, of Iowa, who beat him in their
of Wiscc-nsin, and Eardley of Mich- dual meet.
igan. Erickson, the most consistent Laemmlle of Minnesota, occasional-
Wolverine and the veteran Prout, who lyd oes something worthwhile with
thas scored in the conference meet the discus, and Nelson of Iowa, may
for the past two years, have not as get in on the fun.
yet been selected for the trip, though Ii4LlIER THROW
either might accidentally pick up a
poit Pon clare 1 fet 9totake The Conference record of 160 feet
point. Pront cleared 12 feet 9 to tak 4 inches set by Shattuck of California
secandl indoors. in 1913, seems doOmed, what with Ketz
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One of the most likely Illiii win-
ners is Joe Simons in the broad jump,

FOR CONFERENCE TEST :
Coach Farrell And Squad Of 13 Leave
T'oday For Big Ten Meet
At Evanston
CHAPMAN WILL NOT GO
Ieaded for Evanston and the Wes-
tern Conference track meet, Coach
Steve Farrell and party will leave for
the meet today and for the first time
in several years the Wolverines are
not regarded as one of the two lead-
ing contenders for the title.
Included in the party beside Coach-
es Farrell and Hoyt are Manager
Pool, Trainer Cahill and 13 contest-
ants. The squad to make the trip is
Capt. Buck Hester, Grodsky, Cooper,
Jones, Munger, Seymour, Leonard,
Monroe, Wuerfel, Knoepp, Ketz, Are-
ndt, and Fresse. Besides these Eard-
ley who is going to Evanston on his
own account will be entered in the
meet.
Hester and Grodsky will attend to
the sprints for the Wolverines while
Munger, Seymour, and Fresse will he
entered in the 440. Coach Farrell will
have Leonard as his only entry in
the half mile unless he decides to
have Monroe play the "Iron Man" and
run both the half and the mile event.
Monroe will be the lone entry in the
mile.
Wuerfel who made an impressive
showing against the Illini two milers
will be the lone Wolverine in the
two mile run.
Don Cooper who is expected to fight
it out with Bab Cuhel, the pride of
Iowa in the hurdles will be aided by
Jones who is also expected to garner
.points in the lows..
Aside from Eardley in the pole
(Continued on page Seven)

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Bong the other prominent coinpet-

Benny Oosterbaain
Who is second in the race for bat-

>rs for the individual title are Cap-
in Fish of Illinois, Viard of Chicago,
op and Al Sargent of Ohio State.
ie Buckeyes will have the advantage
playing over a familiar course.
rgent is the son of the Ohio State
ach who is a professional of note.
e Wolverines will also make a pro-
nent bid for individual honors.
In the team championship, which
es to the team having the lowest
gregate total for the 72 holes of
ay, Michigan and Ohio State are the
vorites. Illinois may spring a sur-
se, but the other teams are only.
ven an outside chance of victory.
URDUE BASEBALL TEAM
WILL FIGHT FOR SECOND I
LAFAYETTE, Ind., May 23.-While
e Big Ten, tennis meet on the Boil-
maker courts is engaging the at-
ration of the home fans, Purdue's
seball, golf and track stars willube
sily engaged this weekend in out-
townm engagements that provide the
max to a highly successful sports'
ar at the university.
Coach Ward Lambert's baseball
im, which has staged a remarkable
mnebacl to climb to second place in
e Big Ten baseball race after
opping the first three games of the1
ason, will make its final appear-
ce of the year against Ohio Statet
iday at Columbus. A victory will
actically assure the Boilermakers
finishing in second place, or a tie
Ssecond place, and Lambert will1
esent the strongest lineup for the
y, with either Captain Maxton, or
raway, on the mound.
AMSTERDAM.-India, playing only
i men in the second half, defeated
umark 5 to 0 in their Olympic field
ckey game.

ting honors on the Wolverine base-
ball team this spring. Asbeck, veteran
hurler, is in the lead with an average
of .500, but is closely pressed by
Oosterbaan with .488. Benny went on
a rampage at Ohio Tuesday and col-
lected four hits in four times up.
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Smith, 'Stoner and Woodall,

RESERVE NETMEN DEFEAT
FRESHMENSECOND TIME
Varsity reserves continued their
winning stride by defeating the fresh-
men tennis team in the second match
of the year by a score of 7-3 yester-
day on the Ferry Field courts. High
winds proved to make fast playing
practically impossible.
Bacon, playing No. 1 for the reserv-
es defeated Hammer, 6-4, 6-1. Spence,
playing in the second position for the
freshmen, defeated Elliott, 7-5, 1-6,
6-2, Farbman beat Nelson, 5-7, 6-3, 6-3.
Marshall beat Swanson, 6-4, 6-2. Fe-
lix beat Richelson, 6-1, 5-7, 6-2.
Marsh defeated Deusenburg, 4-6, 6-4,
6-4. Glochesky beat Nessen, 6-3, 6-4.
All of these last five were victori .
for the reserve squad while Kramer
playing in the eighth position for the
freshmen defeated 1-ake, 6-3, 6-4.
In the doubles, scores were even,
Glochesky and Felix defeating Swan-
son and Richelson, 6-3, 6-1, while
Hammer and Spencer were downing
Bacon and Elliott, 6-4, 6-1.

nell earlier in the season, further
complicated matters for the dopesters
when he revenged himself for his i
loss to Cornell in the 1927 tourney by
defeating the Minnesota ace with the
loss of but four games, and empha-
sized his return to form by winning
ever Budd, Chicago first singles mail,
in another three set match.
Lee Boldenwick, Wisconsin, ex-cap-
Lain, is another unknown factor. Al-
though gaining the final bracket of
the Conference meet last year, he pro-
vided little opposition to O'Connell in
the match for the title. However, he
has been undefeated so far this sea-
son, and should be one of the eight.

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seeded men.
Illinois will have a second danger-
ous entrant, in either Braudt or Bard.
Bard, captain in 1927, went to the
semi-finals of last year's meet, wherej
le lost to Boldenwick after taking
a set.

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Illini Have Two Stars
Bud Braudt, Sucker sophomore,
holds down tenth place in the United
S'tates junior rankings, and is re-
ported to play on equal terms with
the defending champion, Captain 0'-
Connell. lHehas hung up a tine rec-
ordI so far this year', winning four'
matches without the loss of a set, and
should give any of the four veterans
plenty of trouble.
Captain Phillips and Nord of North-
western, Budd, Chicago sophomore,
(Continued on page Seven)

though his best mar this year is
fe- t 4 3-4 inches. Simon will have
able support from his teammates Sib-
bit. Lee, and Frank Simon, anyone of
whom may do better than 22 feet and
Inare a place.
Hanson the big buck, winner of this
event two years a-go with a leap of
23 feet 8 3-4 inches against the wind
has not beaten 22 feet 6 inches this
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