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THE MICHICAN DAILY

f THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1020 I

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COLGATE

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OPEN

CAM E

SERIES

HERE

TODAY

MAROON NINE COST FR ANNUAL TILT
WITH MICHIGAN; GARDNR MAY TAKE MOUND
FOR VISITORS lT H N AfEE FOR OPPONENT

Michigan Tennis Team Meets Colgate Today

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WOLVERINES WIN
TWO TANK TITLES
CaptainAwit and 200 Yard Relay

WMintraub Will Start Game At Quartet Win Championships
,fhird Base Despite i Detroit Meet
In jury
Injry Capturing two firsts and two sec-
.".A..A..E.:AMonds, Michigan's swimmers garner-
QOLGATE HAS NEW TEAM
} ed a large share of the honors at
Michigan will have its chance to the Michigan A. A. U. tank meet
even the score with eastern base- held Tuesday night at the Detroit
N Y. . C.A. -ool.Garnet Ault
ball teams today when the Wolver-
cthe Colgate aptain-elect of the 1930hVarsity
Inesniee nin onteam, was victorious in the state
Ferry field. The game is scheduled senior 220 yard free style chain-
to start at 4:05 o'clock. pionship, while a quartet of Wol-
Bill McAfee, who lost to Syra- verines won the 200 yard junior
relay title.
case last Saturday, will be .on the All four place winners in the 2201
mound against the Maroons with A yard title race were Michigan
Captain Cardner, Colgate ace, is swimmers. Ault overtook a team-
expected to twirl for the eastern mate, Bob Walker, in the latter,
chib. The tilt this afternoon will . part of the race to win in the slow
itime of 2:32. Walker took secondI
be the flrst of a. two-game series while two members of the Michi-
and the initial clash of the five gan freshman team, Ladd and Val-
games which the Wolverines will - entine, placed third and fourth.
play during the next six days. Don McClellan of the Detroit
Yacht club, former collegiatej
Tlree Veterans Left -champion, outswam Bob Goldsmith
Only three of the last year's Col- of Michigan to take first in the
.gate team will see action against .state senior 220 yard breast stroke
the Wolverines today. 'Hagy, a star Purdue Gridmen Will race. Moody of St. Clair was
third, while Bill McDonald, an-
first sacker, will be back at the Wear Two Numbers other Wolverine, took fourth. I
initial corner and Bonacker, a made ; The Michigan relay team, com-
over fielder, will be holding down (Special1 To T1 Daily) posed of Reif, Dinkelspiel, O. Gold-
second base. The third veteran will EVANSTON, May 1.-Coach Dick smith, and Hubbell, defeated two
be Cardner provided he draws the Hanley's idea of numbering his teams from Northwestern high
call for the pitching assignment. athletes both on the front of their school to annex the junior relay
The remainder, of the lineup is jerseys as well as the back in all championship. All the members of
composed of new men who have of Northwestern's grid games next the winning quartet were Varsity
not gone into action on Ferry field I fall is expected to prove a popular 'men.
before. Dashner is slated for short- 'innovation. - Activities of the 1929 Michigan)
stop with Callen on third base to In a recent game between two tank teams will come to an end to-
round out the infield. Terry in picked teams the system was given night with the holding of the an-
right, Borise in center, and Blares- !,a trial and proved decidedly suc- nual banquet and splash party at
lee in left will form the outfield cessful. Ithe Union.

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nnirrno W111 niH A WKE YES HAVE STRONG ENTRANTS
ULIN TRACK EVENTS FOR MEET HERE
fl V[A!fl Relay Teams Captured Three Races event. Loiont will be Coach Far-
Ci FRN EatO~ Drake; Several Sprint jrell's chief hope in the half.
I Stars Availab'e Milers Are Mediocre
IIowa's milers are not of the
With many of the runners who best, so Michigan should be able
te lto score points here with Monroe,
captured three relay races at the and Benson. Brady appears to be
BOILERMAKERS TO OPPOSE Drake carval entered, it appearsthe best of Iowa's mediocre field.
IN ECON that Iowa should make things in-Keyi is the leading Hawkeye two
E EVARSITYN teresting for the Michigan track- miler, with Gunderson his running
WEEKEND -r[.?C1
men when the teams clash in a mate. Both these men failed to
E TOEdual meet at Ferry field this place in the two piile special at
FIVE. EN TO MAKE TF y S at- Drake. Austin and Wuerfel will be
urday. The Hawkeyes showed jcounted on for Michigan.
Wolverine golfers swing into ac- their speed in winning the half Coach Bresnahan is reputed to
tion against their first Conference mile, mile, and two mile relays at ;have a fast pair of hurdlers in
opponents this season when they Des Moines. ing an ison, he were
invade Urbana Saturday to match "Sticky" Stamats, who was an- unimpressive in their appearance
strokes with the strong Illini. On chor man on the half mile quar- at Drake. However, the muddy
this same trip the Varsity will m]fot tet, appears to be the best of the track may have hindered their per-
another powerful rival for Big Ten!Iowa dashmen. However, Oran formances. Allison, , veteran of
honors in Purdue, as the Michigan Pape, the speed merchant of the veral years' experience, placed
glen are scheduled to appear in Hawkeye backfield last fall has' s thehnseays, wh i nd
Lafayette Monday. These two shown his ability in the 200 yard iat the Kansas relays, while he and
meets against teams which rank dash, Eddie Tolan, Grodsky, and Baling finished second and thirdin
high in the pre-seasen pr'edictions Murray will probably sprint for the Big Ten door high hurdles.
will give Coach Trueblood a fine Michigan. knThe Iowa low hurdler are oCau
chance to see how his new men Olympic Star Entered
show up under such hard competi- Thwallader may prove a threat, Sal-
how. uThe Hawkeyes appear to be well ing and Allison specialize in the
tion . Captain B n fortified in the quarter mile with hih. Potter wiMichigan'se
Led byCati Ber'gelin, live ~ sbs
George Baird, who ran on the nigh hurdler, while Tarbill will be
men will entrain tonighit on the American Olmypic 1600 meter re- depended upon in the lows.
first leg of their trip, arriving at depededupo in he ows
the scene of their first trial Friday, lay team, as the outstanding com-
petitor. Stevenson and Ferguson
and spending the day in looking Nre alIo fleeTqaHterOilers.A
over the course where the match of these men may break :50 sec-
will be played. Practice rounds of these senumd brea rae
dvl epae othtteWle nds. This should be a great race, C I A DDTS ilb lyds htteWle
n will ot be ydshat thgeat W - with the Seymour twins, and Freese
ines will not be at too great : dis~ as the best Wolverine bets.
advantage in playing over a ; )y-; Gunn and Moulton, two half IT NJ S HM b
out new to them. The match is milers who helped carry Iowa's I
scheduled to start Saturday morn- colors to the fore in the two mile -
ing and the teams will play for relay at Drake are likely Simrall. Shows Improvement in
eighteen points, four single match- broken Blocking To Mae Way For
es in the morning for three points rinsners. Bothhave l1:58o Long Runs By Heston and ,
a match, and two doubles in the this season. micCammon is also
afternoon. rated a fast man in the 880 yard A scrimmage between two picked
Play Monday At Lafayette teams, plus the usual drill on fund-
Directly after the match with 'WEST HAS HOPES amentals, occupied the spring
Ithe Illini, Coach Trueblood plans to " n V i' Vr v Ifootball candidates yesterday aft-i

WOLVERINES RCR
WVE'S NETMEN EG
OVER -INVADING SQUADI
FOUR RANKING WOLVERINES
TO PLAY IN SINGLES
MATCHES AGAIN
OTHERS MAY SEE ACTION
Hoping to keep their slate clean
with three straight victories this
season, the Wolverine racket wield-
ers will meet the Colgate netmen
this afternoon on the Ferry Field
courts. Although little is known
concerning the strength of the vis-
itors, the record of the Michigan
squad both as a team and as in-
dividual players gives the Wolver-
ines a decided edge in this after-,
noon's match.
Coach Courtwright expects Col-
gate to send only four men in
which case the second doubles in
this match for the Wolverines may
be composed of two of the fifth,
sixth, and seventh ranking play-
ers on the squad. In the North- -
western meet the third doubles
combination of Schafer and Moore
won their match handily and will
probable get the call in the Col-
gate match.
Barton, Hammer Team in Doubles
Captain Barton and Ed Hammer
will comprise the other doubles
team as they have in the last two
meets and should take their match
from the best Colgate can offer.
fIn' this event, however, in case the
visitors prove stronger than is ex-
pected in the singles matches, the
regular second doubles team of
Spencer and Beal will represent
Michigan instead of Shafer and
Moore.
The singles rating of the Mich-
igan squad has not been changed
and remains with Captain Barton
heading the list, Hammir, second,
Spencer, third, Beal, fourth, Ba-
con, fifth, Moore, sixth, and Shafer,
seventh. Coach Courtwright will
probably enter these men in this
order.
Wolves Are Unbeaten.
All of these men, with the ex-
ception of Captain Barton have
spotless records so far this season.
Barton won his match at North-
western but was forced to drop a
three set match against Drake's
first singles player Monday.
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I WRESTLERS j
There will be a meeting of all
candidates for next year'sj
wrestling team tonight at the
Union. This meeting is very im-
I portant.
Cliff Keen, Coach.
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trio. Blakeslee will be batting in
the cleanup position. DuMont will
don the mask and protector and
do the receiving for the visitors.
Rain Keeps Colgate Idle
Chief concern in the Michigan
camp rests in Louis Weintraub's
leg, and the batting slump that has
seized the Wolverines recently. The
veteran third sacker injured the
appendage in practice on Tuesday
but will start the game today with
hopes of being able to remain in
the contest. Who will fill his place
if the leg goes bad and keeps him.
from fielding his position is doubt-I
ful, although Moody should draw
the call due to his hitting. The
rest of the lineup will be the same,
as in the Syracuse game.
New York University has chalk-.
ed up a win against the Maroons,
blanking them 3 to 0. Rain has
kept Colgate idle for some time,
however. Both games of last year's!
series were won by Michigan, the
,Asst, 5 to 2, and the second, 7 to 6.

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. SPORTS BRIEFS' 1

Detroit's Tigers, now standing,
third from the bottom in the Amer-
ican League standings, were hand-
ed a three-in-a-roW setback by the
St. Louis Browns largely due to the
fact that the Tiger discards were
playing a brand of ball which their
former team mates found them-
selves unable to cope with.
"Rip" Collins came to the
mound Tuesday in the Fourth
inning with the bloodthirsty
Tigers all prepared to slaugh-i
ter Ogden who started for the
Browns. The scheduled mas-
sacre failed to materialize,
however, and from that inning
on the former Auto City hurler
held the Detroiters at bay, pre-
serving the lead his mates gave
him, and adding another push
toward the bottom for the
Tigers.
England continued to hold the
lead in C. C. Pyle's latest money-

making attempt, the second cross-
country bunion derby, when Pete.
Gavuzi walked into the thirty-first
control point, Miller Mo., ten min-
utes ahead of Sam Richman of
New York. This heat increased'
the lead of the Englishman to
nearly four hours, his nearest rival
being Salo of Passaic, N. J.
An interesting dual between
two Conference rivals which
holds prospects of a new
world's record as the result
looms in the annual Ohio Re-
lays when Ohio State and Illi-
nois clash in the quarter mile
relay. Both teams stepped the
distance in :42 1-5 last week,
the Illini winning the event at
Drake and the Buckeyes at the
Penn relays. The record, :41
appears to be in danger when
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leave for Lafayette, where the
Wolverines will repeat their plan
of looking over the new course on
Sunday. The Purdue match will
be played off Monday.
Illinois will present a strong
lineup agansit the Michigan men,
with Captain Whyte probably oc-
cupying the number ,one position
and Fred Lyon in second place.
Lyon was a number one on last
year's crack yearling team at Illi-!
nois, and is reported to have de-
veloped a great deal since last
season. The remainder of the
squad which will face the Wolves!
will be chosen from Goldwater,
Sutin, Wiley, and Martin.
Bergelin, Ward Sure To Play j
Although the team which will
represent Michigan has not been
announced as yet, there are two
men who appear to be certain of
places in the opening meet. Cap-
tain Bergelin and Dave Ward are
the class of the squad which is
practicing at Barton Hills, and
neither man should lose many
(Continued On Page Seven)

ernoon on Ferry Field. Four
Ifreshmen constituted the whole
( fly - Associated Press) backfield for one of 'the two
NEW YORK, May 1.-From out teams.
of the west come three formidable The work of Simrall stood out as
challengers for the 1929 Kentucky the best individual effort of the
derby. day. His excellent blocking tac-
The far west's best, few in num- tics enabled Willie 'Heston and RayI
ber, have been considered lightly Priest to carry the ball for good
in the past by the turf men of the { gains on many different occasions.
east, but this year it is a different Simrall, who starred last year for
I story. Naishapur, Ervast and Vol- the Varsity, looks more and more
tear, a trio of as good colts as like a real find after each new per-
ever invaded the derby from the formance.
west, are commanding the atten- Before the scrimmage the play-
tion of leading horsemen. ers drilled in fundamentals under
Naishapur, a son of Omar Khay- the various members of the coach-
yam, the only imported colt ever ing staff. - Punting practice also
to win the American turf classic, paInme in for its share of attention,
commands attention because of his put a high wind kept the kicks
meteoric racing at Tijuana where from going any great distance.
he won the Tijuana derby and was Coach "Tad" Wieman also drilled
beaten only by a head for the Coff- Priest, Stoll, and Hudson in a drop
rother $100,000 handicap. kicking drill in which Hudson
Ervast, California's equine ex-. showed to the best advantage of
press, has caused no little com- the three. The rest of the drill
ment the last few days following consisted in passing practice, with
j the report of his sensational work- i every man on the squad taking
out at Tijuana, Sunday. part in the receiving.

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Universtiy of Iowa.-The Daily
Iowan states that in an expense
account recently displayed at the
centenary exhibition of the Uni-,
versity of Iowa law college contains
a rendition of the expenses of an
Amherst student for the year 1846-1
47. The total charge for the year,'
including tuition, room rent, al
fraternity initiation fee of $5, laun-1
dry bills, and, most surprising of
all, railroad fare to and from the
college, is only $200.

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