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TUESDAY, MAY6, 1930

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tennis

Team

Will

Meet

Michigan

State

Today

Tixl' NToLNIN
Captain Hammer, Beal, Brace
Ryan, Clarke, and Reindel
Arc Chosen to Go.
SPARTANS NOT STRONG'
With hopes for an undefeated
season's record scarred by Satur-
day's unexpected defeat at the
hands of Northwestern, Michigan's
Varsity tennis team will leave this
morning for East Lansing to meet
Michigan State.
Six men have been named to ac-
company Coach Courtright and
Manager Widmanin on the trip.
These men will include Captain Ed-
die Hammer, BobBeal, Fred Brace,
Robert Clarke, Colby Ryan, and
John Reindel.
Clark Called Home.
Rollin Clark, regular fifth singles
performer, will not be available for
play against the Spartans being
called 'to his home in Pontiac be-
cause of a death. Colby Ryan, sixth
singles player, will be moved along
to the fifth position while Rein-
del will be called upon to carry the1
sixth singles burden. a
With the shakeup in lineup the
doubles front which Michigan will
present is a matter of conjecture.-
Brace will probably be paired with
Hammer this afternoon with Ryan i
teaming with Reindel and Beal with '
Clarke.
Wolves Are Favored.

NEW GOLF COURSJEIS PE3NEDI
FIVE MILES FROM ANN A19Iw
Intro tmgra ews
Ann Arbor now has available a' for $5.00, those worth $1.00 U L IU
new golf course for its many fol- pp sale for ,10.J9 and $75.00 for
lowers of the old Scotch game. It $0.0 . These reductions and cou-- . nd-to-end tatti gians ought Squash..8.
is at "Loch Albino," five miles pons havq been inteicded by the Win Over Gopheris to RemaIn dtoerieratd
northwest of Ann Arbor on the Hu- mkOnly Undefeated Nine in
G ~iia pemcpt to make available a iIyLx ae iea of6
ron River Drive, and was opened firstplassgolt course at a Cout of a report recently release d Fol.60
thisb dpigbyWeparkty-f r l~sgl cus a ~Football.... . .. .. .. .. ..0
this sprig by W. W. Blakely, of available to students and busiess _ Sg by the Intramural sports depart- Fencing....................60
Dexter. p rs ien as well. Visiting alumni viC ment showing the number of teams11Archery.50
"Loch Alpine" resembles italso be given an opportunity to ] aind persons participating in events Soccer..40
namesake in the land of Bobbie ialst u oil gjyep newopp ouyrse TD AS !LN IE-etshwn h nme f em rcey...........5
Burns. Hills and lakes, rolling fai uri g t ei retr nef oro ecourse As a result of its 5 to 4 victory sponsored 'y that body. The list Twventy-One.32
ways and sporty greens, everything mencement exercises. The rolling over the previously unbeaten Min- follows:C B
tha a oerdeirsCsavilble Bymastc....... .....20
that a golfer desires is available caracter of the terrain makes nesota baseball nine, in last Sat- .No. of No.of Cymnastics20
at the new addition tothe Ann Ar- ;Lock lpine" a unique layout for urday's Conference game, Wiscon- Sport Teams Meii It is a rather pleasan surprise to
was opened some time ago but wsebothvisitor and local resident. !sin advanced to first place in the Baseball..............205 143learn that more than 9,000 men
not oificially inaugurated until this ._parcp_ g Ten diamond standings, the Speedball.............41 1095 larticipated in Intramural Sports
season. The condition of the only undefeated Lam lef t in the Volleyball.4.1...1.0...5.'...646 this past year, that more than 400
!Voleybll .... ..... 0 66 !teams were organized by the offi-
greens is so improved, along with* O 20E! Wsen ofrec.Ihere are also a number of casi hre
S fhe icue, thiat fewh K S O SWestern Conferenec. eg nai m cials in charge.
Ithat__of__the___entire___course__________________ events sponsored by the Intramur!
older layouts in this section can The Badgers have now won three al department in which individuals
rival this sporting test. games and are .250 percentage rather than teams participate. Increasingly large ladies' day
Last Saturday, the Ann Arbor ERIJ1N L'GUE. points ahead of their nearest com-! No.of crowds have made it necessary for
high school golf team was victori- R H E peiors, Northwestern and Illinois, Sport Men the Chicago Cub management to
ous over Jackson at "Loch Alpine." Detroit .......000 000 210-2 10 1 who have three wins and one loss Tennis......................640 revise its policy. The club will con-
Woodward Malloy broke the course Washington .. 000 000 100-1 8 1 apiece. Both of these teams came Horseshoes.....................459tie to admit women free n Fri-
record formerly held by Harry Kip- Heogett, Page, Herring, Sullivan through with wins on Saturday, I Bowling ...................... 366i
ke when he shot a 78 on the final and Rensa; Brown, Braxton, Moore the Wildcats taking the measure of Foul Throwing ................454days, but they must call for tickets
round. The sporty nature of the; and Ruel, Spencer. Michigan's nine, in a weird exhi Handball...........350 at 9 o'clock Wednesday mornings
course, which is indicated by the bition of baseball, while the Illini1 Track.......................340 when 20,000 tickets will be given
low record thus far established, RHE were defeating Ohio State, 5 to 4. Swimming...................320 out-two to an individual if desired.
has led an increasingly large num- St. Louis ..120 000 000 000-3 7 0 .n the only other Conference Sigma Delta Psi (Athletic .jilillilIilll uioIwIIiaitliiiiiligi
ber of local golfers westward dur- Phila. ....001 011 000 001-4 8 1 Society) ....................300
ing the past week of available Crowder and Manion; Grove and CONFERENCE BASEBALL Water Polo ...................240 RENT A RADIO
weather. Cochrane. STANDINGS. Hockey .......................180CROSLEY-AMRAD
A new policy has just been ad- TWrestling....................177
opted by the management of "Loch R H1E i W L T Pet1Rifle Shooting...............140
Alpine" in regard to fees. The rate Cleveland ... .200 000 100- 3 7 1 Wisconsin.......3 0 0 1.000 Boxing.....................120 615 E. William Dial 22812
on Sundays has been lowered from Boston......012 191 13*-18 23 0 Northwestern ... . 3 1 0 .750 Cross Country...............87
$2.00 to $1.50. Another innovation Hudlin, Shaute, Miller, Jablonow- Illinois.... . . . . . . 3 1 0 .750
has been introduced with coupon ski and L. Sewell, Myatt; Gaston I Minnesota .......2 1 0 .667
,. _ ..... ^^ - A Q ..,1 Indiana . . _ 2 2 6 50

The strength of the State team
is not well known but Michigan
should be a distinct favorite overI
their upstate. rivals. Last year the
Wolverine net contingent chalked!
up a 9-0 decision over the Spar-
tan~s.
Bob Beal will draw the numberE
one singles assignment for Michi-
gan with Captain Eddie Hammer in!
the second singles position. Fred
Brace will carry the third singles
burden with BRob Clarke in the
fourth position. Ryan and Reindel
will draw the fifth and sixth berths.J
Loss is Surprise
Michigan's loss to Northwestern
comes as a severe jolt to Wolverine
title defense hopes. Usually a sin-
g loss in Western Conference net1
circles is enough to eliminate a
team from undisputed champion-
ship claims.
Saturday's match was hard one
to lose. Over the entire route the
outcome appeared to be in the1
hands of the Wolverines only to
have a desperate uphill battle on
the part of the invaders carry the
day.
The play of the Michigan soph-
omores, Brace, Clarke, Clark, and
Ryan, was encouraging but in the
pinches the more experienced
Northwestern veterans capitalized
to advantage. Doubles perform-
ance on the part of the Michigan
entry was not of a high order.
ATHLETIC SCHEDULE.
Tuesday-
Baseball at Chicago.
Tennis-M. S. C., there.
Wednesday-
Golf-M. S. C., here.
Friday-
Baseball-Purdue, here.
Track-Interscholastics, here.
Saturday-
Baseball-Illinois, here.
Track-Illinois, here.
Golf-Chicago, here.
Tennis-Ohio State, here.

F books worth $6.00, which are being and Berry. IKU14114A......1.1k .50
_MICHIG AN . .. . .1 1 1 .5Q0
R HE OhioState ......1 1 1 .500
.RIB T~gms P1911 Chicago .......010 000 000-1 5 1 Chicago .........0 4 0 .000
1New York . . .. 000 000 31*1-4 6 01 Purdcue .. . .. . . ... 0 . 0 .000
i j Faber, Caraway and *Autry;
IGomez and Hargrave. game played over the week-end In-
diana sent Chicago further into
- NATIONAL LEAGUE, the cellar in a deadlock with Pur-
(Continued From Page 6) R H E due by beating the Maroons, 9 to 1.
later in the game developed enough Boston ......000 005 010- 6 12 2 It was the fourth straight defeat
scoring punch to advance the ball I Cincinnati,...001 054 00*-10 13 1F for the boys from the Midway, and
to a position from which Gold- Grimes, Brandt and Cronin, definitely put them out of any con-
smith could take it across the reg- Gowdy; Lucas, Frey and Gooch. sideration for a place even near
ulars' line for a touchdown, after F the top of the Conference stand-
which Tessmer kicked the goal for I R H E F ings. Only a most decided reversal
the extra point. New York ... .100 500 010-9 12 1 of form will benefit either the Ma-
Parker and O'Neil were at the Pittsburgh ... 000 000 001-1 6 2 roons or Pui rdue; who likewise have
end positions, Clohsit and Miller at Walker and O'Farrell; French, dropped their only four games
tackles, Macorsky and Purdom at Meine and Hargreaves, Hemsley. played.
guards, and Sulberg at center, for In spite of Northwestern's win
the second team. In the second I R H Eover Michigan and its tie for see-
period Wills gained ground con- Philadelphia ...0 ond place with the Illini, Illinois
sAnother atinst t frst tam Chicago .... ....1 called-rain seems to possess the better team of
Apwent]Benige and McCurdy; Blake and j the two. In the only game thus,
out of bounds, and' a triple pass Hartnett. j far between the two clubs the In-
netted about six yads as the half dians emerged on the long end of
f4-A- Brooklyn-St. Louis. no game. a 14-0 score.

Play
GIOLF COURSE
Saturdays and Sundays
$1.50.
Other days $1.00.
Pass books at reduced
rates.
On Huron River Drive, 5.7
miles west of North Main St.

at passing went out o1 bounds, and
a triple pass netted about six yards
as the half ended.
Benjamin, who replaced Tessmer
at quarter, opened the second half
by returning the kickoff 20 yards.
Podlewski took a pass later and
brought the ball near the regulars
goal line. Goldsmith hit the line
and scored the only touchdown of
the day. After Tessmer added the
extra point, the two teams see- !
sawed back and forth until the end
of the quarter. Because of the ex-
treme heat, Coach Kipke shorten-
ed the last period by several min-
utes, the game ending with- the
regulars on the short end of a 9-0
score.
TOURISTS
THIRD CLASS
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COUNTRY
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