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CHICAGO TENNIS TEM' IcA igTen (
T MEET WOLVERIES Victories Of Michigan And Wiscon-
sin Enable Both Teams ToD
ni iin ~ Say At Top Of Race
FOR BIG TEN 'H 91 Both Michigan and Wisconsin
maintained their places at the top
of the Conference baseball heap by
Third Ranking Player Will Com- virtue of victories Friday over
pete Against Captain Barton Iowa and Northwestern respectively.
In Singles Match Michigan won from the Hawkeyes, COnIneeraen Cony ld
2 to 1, as the Badgers trounced the On Interlachen Country
BOTH TEAMS UNDEFEATED Wildcats, 4 to 0. Club Course
In another game that was alsoC
played on Friday, Indiana downed WOLVERINES ARE FAVORED
With George Lott, American Davis Purdue after 10 innings of play.
Cup star and third ranking player The Crimson went into the 10th On May 28 and 29 the cream of
in the country, leading the way, inning with the count standing at Middle West university golfers will
Chicago's unbeaten tennis team one all and proceeded to pound out gather at the Interlachen Country
will battle to a finish with an un- four counters to safely sew up the Club in Minneapolis for the an-
defeated Wolverine combination to- victor nual Conference meet. This beau-
morrow afternoon on Ferry field io' tiful Mirror Lakes layout, the
courts in a match which will decide Minnesota, cellar champs of the u one over which the 1930 Na-
the Conference dual meet cham- Big Ten, fell before the Notre Dame tional Open tournament will be
contingent, 8 to 2, in a non-confer -tinlOe tora ntwlb
ecentgae 8Notre Dame has been played is an ideal place for such a
This struggle between two unusu- contest and is sure to bring out
ally well balanced and powerful eaus withann astonishconference the best golf of which the brilliant
court teams will draw the largest field is capable
crowd of the season to the. Ferry laity in its games this season and is
field courts, it is expected. With the Gophers did not possess the Par for the difficult courses is
73, 37 on the out nine and 36 on
this in mind the- authorities Will class to stop the Irish.
erec grndsand to akecar ofFriday's games did not alter the the incoming stretch, with a yard-
erect grandstands to take care of F r gace to any gat t age of. 6,609, well trapped and sup-
the large crowd anxious to watch Conference race to any great ex- plied plentifully with natural haz-
the play of the Davis cup star in tent. Michigan, undefeated to date, ards. Interlachen is one of the
his attempt to assist in the lifting kept its position in first place, while best courses in the country, with
of the Conference crown. Wisconsin remained the Wolverine's one, two and three shot holes well
closest cometitors by virtue o ntoadtre hthlswl
While Lott will be a topheavy thesti.Aleirs s t e distributed over its rolling terrain.,
favorite to win over the Wolverine their win. All the rest of the eams The first nine, although shorter in
ace, Capt. Barton, in the first sin- ter grouped n a m tthe matter of yards to cover, has
gles encounter it is the hope of theter of the standings, with no team the higher par due to the fact
Michigan supporters that the abil- having a good chance of displacing that is blessed, or cursed with
ity of the performers in the other either of the two leaders. three hard three shotters, the long-
positions can more than balance - est being 540 yards.
this early advantage which the INDIANAPOLIS SPEEDWAY Ward, Bolstad Outstanding
Maroons will probably gain. 'E S LWED BY RAN Two outstanding players in the
Spencer Meets Calahan TESTS LEUY BYRAJ Conference are expected to decide
In the second singles match an-' the individual title between them
other brilliant exhibition of the (By Associated Press with Dave Ward, Wolverine ace,
court game is promised. Jim Spen- INDIANAPOLIS, May 24.-Rain and Lester Bolstad, Gopher star,
cer of Michigan will meet Chicago's again slowed race drivers today as who has held the Public Links
captain, Callahan. Advance notices they sought to put the finishing championship both eligible to play
give the Wolverine a slight margin touches on the cars which they will this year. Both Ward and Bolstad
over his Maroon opponent but a attempt to qualify tomorrow for the rank high among the young ama-
hard fought match is expected. A annual 500-mile automobile race to teur golfers in the middle west, and
powerful serve, ground strokes be run next Thursday at the Indi- both are undefeated in the Confer-
which are severe, and a net game anapolis motor speedway. I ence this season, having never met
which is decisive should carry the The dangerous brick track, with in college competition.
its hairpin turns, is new to half of
Michigan men far.c th drirs an ts ne t o- Bolstad, playing his third year
Ed Hammer will contest the third the drivers and they have not ob- r Minnesota, won the individual
singles assignment with the Chi- taned the practice they need be- championship two years ago, and
cago star, Scott Rexinger. As yt cause of inclement weather. Show- finished second to Lehman of Pur-
neither man has been severely ers drove them to the garages sev- due last season, while the Michi-
pressed in Conference competition eral times during the day, but al- gan player has never before ap-
and it is hard to pick a winner most every one was able to grind e
with both men of unquestioned off a few laps at high speed. pepbaed in one of these meets. On
withbothmen f unuestoned A check of the cars showed that 'the basis of comparative scores
ability. this year the equality between the
Bob Beal of Michigan will meet 43 of the original 46 entries were I two men is even more apparent.
Hyman of Chicago in the fourth at the track. The 33 fastest will be Ward has been gaining low score
singles encounter. A great competi- eligible to start.' honors in nearly -vgry mat ch
tor, Beal will be a decided favorite j N driver ahave attracted m which the Wolverines have play-
to win over his Windy City oppo- .attention than Ralph d Palma, ed, while his rival to has led the
nent. The Wolverine star has 46-year-old star, and his nephew, Gophers consistently.
shown a game which is most steady . Bolstad Beat Sheldon
and it is hardly believed that his comebacks in the speed sport. Each Bolstad trampled upon the pride
man will take him to three sets. has a new car and in practice both of C. Hunter Sheldon of Wisconsin
Bacon of Michigan meets Meyer have shown great speed. to the extent of taking three points
of Chicago in the fifth singles en- from him in their match, but Ward
counter. This match also looks to DETROIT-The Chicago White also negotiated Barton Hills in few
be of Michigan complexion with Sox seems to have gained in fight enough strokes to let the Badger
Bacon playing the best game of his on the diamond by their elimina- number one man down with a
career. Bacon is an accurate chop tion of fight with each other, slam. The man who is most on
stroke artist and is always at his through the trading of Barrett and his game next week will probably
best when the going is bad. Shires' reforming. (Continued on Page Seven)
N In the sixth singles encounter I_____________________________________
either Schaeffer or Moore will draw
the assignment to meet Kaplan of Five Barbers Waiting To Serve You
the Maroons. Both of the Wolver-
ines are veterans and may be relied ' AT
on to give the Chicagoan strong
opposition. Plays In Doubles ARCADE BARBER SHOP
In the doubles Lott and Callahan
will pair in the first doubles against 6 NICKELS ARCADE
(Continued on Page Seven)
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Golfers Meet At Minneapolis Tuesday

JIGERS W[N TWO ! 10f Qll
FROM WHITE SOX Iifl III 0[[UL 110U II AMERICAN LEAGUE
Bengals Pick Up Ground On Yan- IMiilG W L Pet.
kees As New York and Red L uPhiladelphia ...31 23 8 .742
Sox Split Even * Detroit ........37 22 15 .621
1-Ai{ St. Louis ......34 21 13 .617
Oosterbaan And Blott Aid In Beat- IJNew York ......31 18 13 .580
Bucky Harris' Tigers have crept ing Motor Transport Unit Team I Cleveland :...33 16 17 .484 1
back into the win column by vir- By 18 To 2 Count I Chicago .......34 13 21 .382
tue of their winning both ends of I ____I Washington ... .31 10 21 .322
a double header from the White Boston .........33 10 23 .303
Sox Saturday. Sorrell and Smith 00STERBAAN HITS HOMER B30
were the pitchers for the Tigers, !___NATIONAL LEAGUE
and both of them turned in exhibi- -
tions of airtight pitching. With Hudson, Crouch and Ooster- . -. . 2.
baan leading the attack. a picked I St. Louis......32 21 11 .656
American League teamof freshmen defeated the Army {Chicagoh........31 20 11 .645 1
R H E Transport School of Baltimore, I Pittsburgh.....29 17 12 .586 I
Detroi Md. at Ferry Field yesterday aft- Boston ....:....31 14 17 .451 {
Detroit . 002 000 120-5 9 0 d., yase r i deof1t o2y aT -e Philadelpphia ..28 13 15 .464 I
Chicago 001 000 001-2 5 0 ernoon by a score of 18 tof2 h I New York ......29 13 16 .448 I
Sorrell and Phillips; Thomas and game was called at the end i I Brooklyn .......31 12 19 .387 I
Berg innings. Cincinnati.....31 11 20x.354 j
Second game: The Army Transport school, a 3
Detroit......200 010 100-4 8 1 which is making an inspection tour
Chicago ......030 000 000-3 7 1 of transportation laboratories, has
a Smithand Shea; Adkins, Dugan headquarters during its stay in Ann
and Crouse. Arbor on the camuus near East FOR MILWAUKEE RELAYS
. riheit ai a n

TILDE ,WLL, HNE
Americans Make Up For Yesterday's
Defeats By Sweeping French
Tennis Title Play
MEET FRENCH TEAM SOON
(By Associated Press)
PARIS, May 24.-In striking. con-
trast to yesterday when two of
1 their strongest combinations were}
eliminated, America's standard-
bearers in the French international
tennis championship marched for-
ward irresistibly today.
1 Bill Tilden and Frank Hunter
swept through the opening round
of singles in straight sets and,.
paired together, reached the semi-
finals in men's doubles. Making his
third appearance of the day,
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universny avenue.
St. Louis . . . .000 100 000--1 6 1 The yearling team had little diffi-j
Cleveland 000 011 21x-5 13 0 culty with the visitors. Edwards,
Crowder, Ogden and Schang; who was on the mound for the
Holloway and Sewell. Army, was repeatedly in trouble,
and the first-year men proceeded
Senators .000 001 201 000-4 11 1 to send his offerings all over the
Athletics .004 000 000 001-5 13 0 lot. Although he was given wob-
Marberry, Hopkins, Brown and bly support, he did pitch nice ball
Ruel; Grove, Shores and Cochrane. 1 at times, and held the freshmen
scoreless in one inning, the fifth.
First game: The yearlings, with Folger on the
New York ... 210 230 000- 8 12 1 ; mound, took things easy. The Army
Boston.....006 013 00x-10 12 0 failed to send a run across the plate
Heimach, Thomas, and Dickey; until the sixth inning when Kiegler
Russell and Berry. replaced him on the mound. A cir-
Second game: cuit blow accounted for two runs,
New York ....201 101 030-8 10 0 and in the seventh inning they
Boston .......000 002 010--3 13 4 scored two more.

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Zachary and Grabowski;.Ruffing The freshmen opened the attack
and Hargreaves. by scoring three runs in the initiala
session. After Garrison. the lead-Y
National League off man, had walked. Hudsons
banged out a home run. They added
Philadelphia .102 000 000-3 10 2 another in this inning on a passed
Brooklyn.....011 003 000-4 13 0 ball and a wild Ditch.
Collins, Elliot and Davis; Dud- In the second inning the fresh-j
ley and Picinich.-C men scored two runs and in the!
third added three more. Crouch's
Boston .......000 300 000- 3 10 0 circuit drive in the fourth was re-
New York ... 501 002 110-10 13 0 sponsible for the first year men's
Cunningham and Taylor; Ben- two runs. The sixth inning, how-
ton and Hogan. ever, proved to be a field day for
the freshmen. They scored eight
Cincinnati ....100 300 000-4 7 0 'runs, one of them being a home-run
Pittsburgh ....000 400 011-6 11 2 by Oosterbaan.
Luque . and Gooch; Swetonic, Edwards, the Army's right-
Brame and Hargreaves. handed pitcher. ended in the string
Cubs 100 200 030 000- G 14 1 !of ciphers by clouting a four-base
Cubds.....10-020013000--714 blow in the sixth. During Folger's
CaRd .10; 010 101 007 15 Ade time on the mound, the Army failed
G to connect safely. only two men
Haid and Smith. reaching the runways, and then as
a result of walks.
BOSTON - Tommy Laughran, Hudson, besides his home run,
light heavyweight champion, out- Huso. bsde hi e run,
pointed Ernie Schaff, Boston crashed out a double. while Ooster-
heavyweight, by an impressive ui baan had two hits besides his cir-
margin here last night. cult drive.
_e score.:

H runter then teamea win 4vb
(13y Associated Pressl +Helen Wills to gain the quarter,
EAST LANSING May 24. final bracket in mixed doubles.
With the time fast approaching
Twenty members of the Michigan when the American aces are ex-
State track team will leave here pected to clash with their great
tonight, accompanied by Assistant I French rivals and Miss Wills with
Coaches Mort Mason and Mike the sensational Senorita Elia De
Casteel, bound for Milwaukee, Alvarez, of Spain, the tennis is im-
where the Spartans will compete proving steadily and was of high
tomorrow in the annual Central caliber today. The weather con-
intercollegiates. tinued superb, but the attendance
State's entries in the central was slim.
meet are as follows: Dashes and Wreck Youthful Hopes
relays, Captain Henson, Russow, Both Tilden and Hunter in their
Lang, Peterson, Voelker, and Sal- progress through the first round of
mon; half mile run, Hackney; mile progres truhe firs d ol
run, Clark and Roossien; two-mile' singles became known as :demnol-
run, Brown, Chamberlain and ishers of youthful European hopes,
nn; urd, CYarger, Russell Big Bill's heavy artilery extermi-
O'Connor; hurdles,YrgRsel nating Karl Wetzel, promising
and Oswalt; pole vault, McAtee; yatng Krl Wtl, prom sink
high jump, Davis; discus, Wilson; young German, while lunter sank
shot put, Dill, and javelin, Hayden. Mario Del Bono, the latest Italian
Davis cup sensation. Tilden won
by scores of 6-1, 6-1, 6-1, and
EAST LANSING-The Michigan S Hunter also advanced in straight
State track team competed yester- sets, 6-1, 6-4, 6-0.
day in the Central intercollegiates Hunter made a remarkable show-
held at Marquette University, 20 I ing, French fans hardly recognising
men were entered for State. the Frank of 1927 and 1928.
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NEW YORK-The AutomobileI
Club of Germany will hold a $25,-
000 auto race July 14, at Cologne.
Each car must carry at least two
persons. Many American cars are
expected to enter.

R. H. E.
Army.......... 000 002 2-4 4 3
Freshmen ...... 323 208 x-18 15 0
SEdwards and Hubbard, Kuba;
Folger, Kiegler and Blott. Steven-
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