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THE MICHICAN DAILY

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MICHI(
VISITY RAS EASY
TIME WITR -M 6C
Royston Stars Both in Morning
and Afternoon Rounds
at Barton Hills.
TAKE BOTH FOURSOMES1
Under cnnstantly threatening
sles and withan occasional shower
hampering the play, Michigan's
Varsity golf team yesterday suc-~
ceeded in overwhelming the invad-
Spartan linksmen on the Barton
Hills course, 17-1. The morning's
play beginning at nine o'clock con-
sisted .of two foursomes both of
which the Wolverines won by 3-0
scores.
Royston, playing golf of a champ-
ionship calibre, was the outstand-
ing golfer of the day. The veteran
Wolverine turned in scores of 72
for both the morning and after-
noon play. This performance is
considered exceptional for a col-
legiate golfer, both cards being par
golf for the Barton Hills course.
Hicks, another Michigan man,1
turned in the next best score of 741
for both rounds, after playing con-
sistently during the entire meet.
Win First Eoursome.
In the first match of the day
Lenfesty paired up with Hicks to
win over the Michigan State duo1
of Mner and Duffield. The Maize
and Bluehteam took both rounds
to-. in, the match and give the
Wolverines three points to their
Topponents. one at the outset. With
HEcks shooting close to par golf and
Lenfesty, promising, sophomore,
turning in the third best score, this
combination was very effective 9,nc
experienced little difficulty in
downing the Staters.
Again in the' seond foursome
three points were added to tec
Wolverine total when Austin and
Royston went in partnership tc
take both rounds and the match
from Pace and Hewer of State. Th
second foursome concluded the
morning play, and left the Wolver-
ines on the big end of a 6-0. score
Hicks Close to Par.'
Beginning the afternoon play at
one o'clock, Hicks again came
through with a 74 to take the first
indcividual match from Minier.
This proved to be a close match in
spite of the excellent score of the
Wolverine player, with Hicks tak-
ing one round and the match to
giveMihigan two points and Mich-
igan State one, their lone point o
the day.
Lenfesty and Duffield met in the
second individual match with the
Wolverine coming out on top, 3-0.
Hewer of the Spartans was the
next to fall before the Wolverine
onslaught, In the third match he
was defeated- by Royston who shot.
his second 72 of the day to swell
the Michigan score to 14 points.
Livingston, the other Wolverine.
who did not participate in the four-
some matches, took the final in-
dividual contest. His 76 for the 18
holes defeated Pace, the last Mich-
igan State hope, 3-0. By taking
every snatch, including" all but one
round which Minier of State won.
the Wolverines completely subdued
Michigan State Varsity, winding up
with a grand total of 17 points as
against the Spartans' lone marker.
CHICAGO-In six trips to the

plate Gus Suhr, Pirate first baser
man, drew five passes in a game
with the, Cubs.

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MA^NAGE
FOR INTR
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GOLF

TEAM

DEFEA TS

SPARTANS, 17-1

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STARS BEGIN FIGHT' FOR BERTHS ON CUP TEAM

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INTEREST RISES IPREP TRACK EMTYI
IN INTRAMURAL'S
BASEBALL PLANS
With a great amount of en- dl!SIIFIIVILU

S E A SIO N

Student appointments to the In-
tramural Sports department for
the year 1930-31 have been made
by the Administrative Board of the
department. In this department
there are three types of student as-
sistants, the senior managers, jun-
ior managers, and sophomore try-;
outs. The Administrative Board is j.
composed of the intramural direc-;
tor, administrative director, the
field supervisors, and the two sen-
ior managers.
The senior managers appointed
for next year are Keith Bennett
and Thomas Prouse. E. H. Marcus,'
H. Silman, I. A. Laden, S. L. Davi-
dow, M. Rendleman, and R. Clarke
were given the junior managerial1
positions. Appointed to the staff'
as sophomore try-outs were W. R.
Moreland, M. A. Cohen, L. Good-
man, G. Friend, P. B. Giber, L.
Heideman, and J. Cohn.
TEN;NIS TEAM HOPE[l
STRO-NG A'CFTER WIN'
Sophomores Brace, Clarke, Ryan
and Reindel Show Excellent
Promise in Play. the

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thusiasm being shown by the fra-
ternities and independents in the
spring program of the Intramural
department the tournaments andj
baseball competition are pro-
pr ssing rabidly.
In the baseball division the teams
arc divided into four sections. The,
groups are composed of the fra-1
ternity, independent, class, and fac-
ulty teams. There is a grand totall
of 103 ball teams taking part in
the department's competition.
Six games are played every night 1
so that the race is progressing rap-
idly and the winners will pla voff

Big Interscholastic Invasion
Opens With Preliminaries
Friday- Afternoon.
With 547 names written into the
final copy of the program for the
thirteenth annual University of
Michigan outdoor track and field
meet the largest delegation of prep
school athletes ever to invade Ann
Arbor will take up the quest for
mid west honors Friday afternoon
Ion Ferry Field in the preliminary
events.

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This quartet of sterling net performers unpack their racquets soon for ti
Mtvis Cup team. The opening round probably wi take place at the i

n1 ay -defending champions are
oarthe cha ontship in the latter numbered among the lists while
others "press-ed" as near record
In the inter-fraternity race the breakers will furnish the chief ad-
teams have been divided into vance interest.
leagues with five nines in each Prominent contenders for high'
one. There are fifteen leagues mak- point honors include Willis Ward
ing a total of seventy-five fraterni- of Northwestern, winner of the in-
ties which are taking part in the dividual honors in the indoor car-
program. Competition in the va- nival, Rinciwitz, Grand Rapids
rious circuit: will end on May 21-|South hurdler, and Eastern's sprint
C After that the leaders in each artist, Ray Watson.
league will play off for the frater- T
nity championship. THE
The fraternities and other organ-W
a1izations entering teams in the TVO F M U
springactivities have responded HATTERS ORCHESTRA
he annual scrap for position; an eagerly to the Intramural depart- 1
iorth and south tournament at ment's call, and with such a whole- in a program as good as the
hearted interest as has been dis-I fine hats bearing the names
pyed this season's ro ra *

i __Pilellursjt, April- 14-19.

J~LJ1Ak~IhAM NVIZ~I KOIN'cI

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Varsity tennis hopes, temporarily
shaken by Saturday's defeat at the HITS TO TAKE FIRSTWIN OF SERIES
hands of Northwestern, took a dis- After having been kicked around R H E
tint turn for the better Tuesday more or less by every team that Detroit ..... .011 100 000--- 3 8 0
as a result of an impressive white (they have faced this year. DLeroit's Washington .000 100 000-- 1 6 0
wash win over Michigan State. Tigers finally broke into the win Whitehill and Rensa; Hadley,
Particularly promising to the column again yesterday to take the Thomas and Ruel, Spencer.
Wolverine court cause were the If
measure of the Washington Sena-; -
oerformances of the, sophomores, NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Brace, Clarke, Ryan, and Reindel. tors, 3 to 1, behind the six hit R H E
pitching of Earl Whitehill. New York . . .010 430 000- 8 16 31
Brace, whose all around play show- Philadelphia and Cleveland re- I Pittsburgh 612 330 lOx-16 15 1j
- aa distinct improvement, display- ((mained in a tie for the American Parmalee, Benton and O'Farrell;
ad an overhead attack which will League lead when both of them Brame and Hemsley, Hargrave.
;o far in making his singles ability dropped their games, the Athletics
mnore powerful as well as establish going down 2 to 1 before the RIH3E
him as Coach Courtright's most Browns, while- Cleveland was los- Brooklyn ... .400 001 000--- 5 12 1,
polished doubles performer. ing to the Yankees, 8- to 7. Earn- Chicago ... .022 023 Ox-- 9 11 0
Bob Clarke's game showed a shaw held St. Louis to three hits, jLuque, Moss and Deberry; Root
greater accuracy while his service but lost the- game on Hale's home I and Hartnett.
^>'. - run drive.
profited considerably by his dis-
:ard ef the pronounced slice in fa- R HE
vor of a flatter and more powerfulAN Ai Boston.....000 000 000-- 0 3 01
stroke. Ryan's forehand, which has R H E Cincinnati ..000 000 001- 1 8 01
been unimpressive all season, came Cleveland ...000 201 040- 7 9 0 Cantwell and Spohrer; Frey and
into its own for the first time at New York . 110 510 00X- 8 12 2 L.Gooch.-
Fast Lansing. Joblonowski, Miller, Shaute and
John Reindel, who took over the Sewell; Zachary, Sherid and Dick I R H E
position temporarily vacated by ey. Philadelphia 302 200 220-11 17 2
the absence of Rollin Clark, turn- St. Louis ... .010 390 30x-16 18 2
ed in the only shutout win of the R H E Koupal, Milligan, Willoughby
day in winning 6-0, 6-0. Reindel's iago.....200 010 01 4 12 3 and McCurdy; Haines, Sherdel and
accurate stroking proved far too-Boston -.....112 110 0x- 6 11 2Mancuso.
much for his opponent who was McKain, Henry, Blankenship and
forced into making Autry, Riddle; Lisenbee and Hev-A E N.
shots.niany poor ARCHERY NOTICE.
- The doubles play of the newly All archers must shoot their
created first team of Hammer and . H E preliminaries by Thursday, May
Brace flashed some excellent ten- St. Louis ... .002 000 000- 2 3 1i 8. It is necessary Lc. do this in
nis in winning over the topnotch Philadelphia 000 001 000 1 6 1 order to shoot in the finals on
Spartan combine. Both Wolverines Stewart and Ferrell; Earnshaw next Tuesday.
missed many easy shots but more and Sehang:I
than attoned for these slipups by
piling up an impressive advantage
with accurate and well timed
placements.
This team probably will be fitted
out as the regular first doubles
;ombination in the coming confer- -
ence campaign. Both men when'
it the top of their game can boast
steady and pressing groundstrokes,
consistent services, excellent over-
heads, and polished performance at
the net.

16 Countries Survive been a great success.-
First Davis Cup Play British Will Meet
(U ,As ' ue.sS) American Tracknien
NEW YORK, May 7.--Brilliant_ .
performances by Japan and Aus- (Pv Associated Press)
tralia, interlopers in the European The international track and f ldl
zone, furnished the hiigVlight of meet between the British Empire
and the United States will be held
first round Davis cup play abroad. in Soldier Field Chicago, Aug. 27.
With the completion of the first The meet will be the third in a
round schedule, 16 of the original series begun in London after the
I field of 21 in the European zone re- jA24 Olympics. The second meet'
'maitoarryn pteanghine was held at London after the 1928
main to carry on the fight in the Olympics. Usually a post-Olympic
second round. The survivers in- feature, the meet is made possible
elude the four favorites, Great! ixis year because of the British
Britain, Australia, Italy and Japan iEmpire games to be held at Hamnil-
rianton. Ont., in August.
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