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'rtE MAY -}1J1929

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THE MIC14ICA

D A T L Y

Michigan Netmen ScoreShutout Against Ins

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WOLVERINES DISP LAY
Indiana Players Fail To Force
Any Of VarsityMen Into
More Than Two Sets
WEATHER HAMPERS PLAY
Chalking up their second shut-t
out conference win of the season
Michigan's Varsity tennis team
swept to a decisive 9-0 win over
Indiana yesterday afternoon on
the Ferry Field courts. Despite the
unfavorable weather conditions the
Wolverine netmen displayed a
marked improvement over their
earlier season's performances.
Captain Barton outstroked Indi-
ana's ace, Quinn, to gain a clean
cut decision in the first singles en-
counter, 6-3, 6-1. The Wolverine
leader, despite his erratic though
powerful service, was clearly the
winner all the way, carrying the
battle to his opponent at all times.
Hammer Wins, 6-0, 6-1
In the second singles match
Eddie Hammer won over Hines of
Indiana in the most one sided af-
fair of the day with the"loss of
only a single game 6-0, 6-1. The
Michigan top spin star found him-
self at the peak of his game.
Jim Spencer, in the number
three position for the Wolverines,
experienced difficulty in solving theI
defensive style of Nixon of Indi-
ana in the first set, going to 8-6
before gaining the decision, but,
ran off the second stanza, 6-0.
Beal, Michigan's number four per-
former, easily won over Huston of
Indiana in a rather slow match,
6-3, 6-1, in which the Wolverine's
superior steadiness proved the de-
ciding factor.
Bacon Beats El'iot
Bacon, continuing his impressive
play, stepped out to win over El-
liot of Indiana by 6-1, 6-2 in the
fifth singles encounter. Holdeman
of Indiana had little to offer in
opposition to the Michigan veter-
an, Moore and fell a 6-1, 6-0 vic-
tim in the sixth singles match.
Barton and Hammer, exhibiting a
splendid overhead attack, showed
the way to Quinn and Niron in the.
first doubles to win 6-1, 6-4. Spen-
cer and Moore, teaming for the first
time, showed to advantage to an-
nex the second doubles over Hines
and Holdeman by a 6-2, 6-3 count.
In the third doubles Schaeffer and
Bacon defeated Elliot and Huston
6-3,, 6-4.

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BIG 10 BASEBALL STANDINGS

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Wisconsin.......3 0
Michigan........1 0
Indiana.........3 1
Purdue .........3 2
Illinois..........3 3
Iowa ...........2 2
Northwestern .... 3 4
Chicago.........2 3
Ohio State ....... 2 5
Minnesota ....... 0 2

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ica's chances to win the American
zone play in the Davis cup tennis Meiji University Nine Determined
matches depend upon the skill of To Turn Tables On Wolves
John Hennessey, Indianapolis; In Second Contest

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FRESHMAN TENNISk
All freshmen wishing to try
out for the tennis team are
asked to report to me at the
Ferry field courts any afternoon!
this week. Competition for places
on the squad will begin shortly.
Durwin Algyer, Coach.
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FRES HMAN TENNISSQUADE n
TOBECUT TO TEN MEN WOLV ES LACK POWER

The
squad
to ten
ination
played
ever, it
didates

present freshman tennis
of 25 men will soon be cut
when the round robin elim-
matches that are being
now are concluded. How-
t is not yet too late for can-
s to report.

IN HURDLES. JA4VELIN
Meet With Hawkeyes Shows Teams
Were Even In Track Events
With Four Wins Each

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WILL END THIS WEEK
With two regulation games
scheduled to be played this Thurs-
day and Friday, Coach Tad Wie-
man intends to bring 'to end hisI
spring football practice after the
game Friday, thus bringing to a
close one of his most successful!
pre-season training periods. To-
morrow afternoon every man who
comes out will be placed on one of
two teams which will then be given
plays and team tactics which will
be used in the annual games.
These twoteams will be as near-
ly the, same strength as possible,
and every man on the squad will
get a chance to appear in one of
the line-ups. Although several
scrimmage sessions have been call-
ed, these melees this week will be
the first ones which have been run
:off in the most approved gridiron
style, with linesmen, regulation
rules, and coaches. Due to the
spring games this week-end, the
coaches thought it advisable to,
terminate the regular drills with
the final game Friday.
Uncover Promising Material
Much promising material has
been uncovered during the present
session, with several freshman
and sophomore prospects claiming
the major portion of the attention.
At ends the most likely looking
recruits have been Daniels, Jones,
Hays and Hewett. Hays suffered a
slight injury during the early part
of the practice,and has been un-
able to get out for some time, but
while he was attending practice he
showed himself to be a serious
candidate for a regular position
next year. Captain Truskowski
was not out for spring practice,
being on the baseball team.
Leo Draveling, an end 'from last
year's team, has been shifted to
tackle and has been showing up

George Lott, Chicago; John Vanc AIrnErKnTi iE rNATIUNT
Ryn, East Orange, N. J., and Wilber ASBECK TO BE ON MOUND II YIL I1Js !UI ed
Allison, Fort Worth, Texas. ifast and ag
Meiji University's fs n color-;rntr n ir
They were selected last night ful Japanese team, determined to 'ma
after a series of competitive match- make up for yesterday's 3-2 ninth Usit
es here in which William T. Til- inning setback, will re-enga2' Coach Po(
den and Francis T. Hunter fur- Fisher's at 4 o'clock this "noon hi:
nished stiff competition. on Ferry field in the return oilt of Big league baseball got back to ly
Neither "Big Bill" nor Hunter the two game series, a good start today by playing seven th
was a candidate for the American In holding the Conference chain- out of eight games scheduled, St.
zone team as they leave for Europe pion Wolverines' even till the last Louis and Philadelphia in the Am- all
this week and would not have been half session of yesterday's encoun- erican League being the only teams is
available for the matches In ter, Coach Matsumoto's chiarges to be rained out. For yesterday's ca
Montreal, even ifhthey had been displayed a brand of ball entitling games there were 11 home runs be
selected, them to rank as the equal of most turned in, Harry Heilmann, of the!m
-_American college teams. The vis- Tigers making two. Cl
ATHLETICS FOR THE WEEK itors' fast fielding and lightning-1 American League'D
AHEI _ Tlike throws should aid in providing Washington 13; Cleveland 5. of
Today one of the most spectacular strug- Boston 4; Detroit 8. 1 re
TBaseball-Meiji University - Igles of the season when the Jap- New York 7; Chicago 6. jth
BaHere.- anese seek revenge this afternoon. National League no
r. Won Thirteen Games Cincinnati 3; Brooklyn 12.-(10 on
Saturday The Meiji nine hung up a record innings.)
Baseball-Illinois-Here. of 13 games won and five lost in Chicago 1; Philadelphia, 2.
Track-Minnesota-Here. I previous tilts on the Pacific coast, Pittsburgh 4; Boston 3.
Tennis-Minnesota-Here, the defeat yesterday in their first St. Louis 1; New York 3.
Golf-Northwestern--Here, mid-west invasion counting as their!
o - sixth beating. The Japanese team Two of Meiji's three pitchers were
_ _ _ _ _shut out Oregon University, 1-0, in used ye'sterday, Akagi and Naka- I
.well in his new post. Others who its first game against a college nine, mura, and the latter, who was'
have caught the coaches' eye at and defeated Oregon State 13-6 in scheduled to start against the Wof-
this position are Auer and Roach. its next encounter. After suffering verines this afternoon, may be
Poorman is expected to make a their first shutout at the hands of given a layoff and Herai put on the
strong bid, for a birth, but was not Washington, 2-0, Meiji came back mound instead.
out for the drill as he is perform- to defeat the Huskies, who are rated Nakamura, after being inserted
ing on Coach Steve Farrell's track as one of the strongest coast nines, in the seventh inning, held Michi-
team. 4-1, and break even on the series. gan scoreless till the final chapter,
Poe and Steinke, two veteran Meiji hung up a string of seven when hits by Truskowski, Nebelung, }
guards, lead the candidates for straight victories while in the far and Captain Corriden pushed in
that position next season, but they west, shutouts over Vancouver and the winning run. The Japanese -
are not on the squad this spring. Oregon being included in the list. hurler displayed plenty of speed
Sorenson and Jones from Toledo Coach Matsumoto will start much and an outcurve which troubled the
have been showing the most abil- the same team that played yesterI Wolverine batters.
ity in the guard job of the spring day in the field today, although the Tezuka will again take over the
(Continued On Page Seven) I mound assignment is undecided. (Continued On Page Seven)

The ten men who will be select-' i ,
to form the personnel of the GETS NINE FIRSTS
am will go into. action next week
ainst the varsity reserves, and Lack of strength in the hurdles
ay even get a crack at the Var- and javelin throw and exceptional
y stars if it can be arranged. powers in the dashes and weights
or weather during the last week was demonstrated by Michigan's
ndered practice and consegeunt- track team when it upset the
the squad is a week behind in vaunted Hawkeyes, Big Ten cham-
eir conditioning. pions, by a 69-66 score last Satur-
Prospects point to an exception-: day. Honors were even in the track
ly good team, with many prom- events with four victories apiece,
ng newcomers on hand who are but Iowa captured five out of the
pable of giving the Varsity mem- I seven field events.
rs some real battlles. Among the l Despite their nine first places, the
ost promising men are the two Iowans did not display 'enough
arks, Brace, Reindeil, Ryan and team balance to blend with their
avis. Brace looks to be the best individual triumphs for a victory.
the lot by virtue of his excellent In commenting on the meet, Coacht
cord in these indoor tournaments, Farrell expressed disappointment in
ough it is a question whether or the mile run, the only event on the
ot he will be able to come through program in which the winner did
the outdoor courts. (Continued On Page Seven)
GOLF PLAYERS-SummerWork

Excellent proposition for

students who

wish to spend the ENTIRE SUMMER OUT--
OF-DOORS and earn a neat sum of money.
Need not be experts or "pros."
Interview r. E. Tobin on Saturday, May 11
from 3 to 6 p. m on the University Golf
Course at the entrance booth.

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