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MICHIGAN

TO

FACE

WISIN NETTERS

TODAY

WOV ERINE S S E EKS
THID BIG_ I WIN,
Varsity Court Team Will Meet
Minnesota Saturday After
Match With Badgers.

WISCONSIN IS

STRONG

With but one, dual meet loss thius
far this season in Conference com-
petition, the Wolverine Varsity ten-
nis squad is prepared to open an in-
vasion of western schools this att-
ernoon when it wll. meet the Bad-
ger netmen at Madison. Following
the Wisconsin contest the Maize and
Blue are scheduled to journey to
Minneapolis for an' encounter with
the Gophers Saturday.
Coach Courtright's men have al-
ready defeated Ohio State and In-
diana this year' and lost a closely
contested meet to the Wildcats in
the Conference opener in Ann Ar-
bor. With a strong squad ot'rac-
quet wielders Michigan's western
invasion should, net them two vie-
torites if the men show the superior
form evident in the last two meets.
Wolverines Favored
Wisconsin has lost two consecu-
tive meets in the past, and unless
they show considerable improve-
ment over previous performances
they stand well in the way of hav-
ing another loss chalked up against
them this afternoon. In last Tues-
day's contest the strong Chicago
Maroon team, winners of last year's
Big Ten title, overwhelmed the
Badgers, 7-2.
Michigan has won its last two
meets by one-sided scores. Against
Ohio State last Saturday the Wol-
verines accoued. for seven points
to their opponents two, while the
Hoosiers only suceeede in scoring
a lone marker in the meet at
Bloomington last Monday, with the
Maize and Blue winding up with a
tot of'eight.
ve ve 'S. ae playing for the
Badgr this sen. These include
Caai b D ejohn, Gottlieb,
Baist Tieg W 4 an egel. This quin-
tt its ,ybgting;tiretain its prestige
o l.t year w.en they were suc-
S, int ladn, the Badgers in
ed p in the Western Confer-
enule standings.
Michigan Lineup Strong.
Despite the fact that Michigan
has less veterans than the Bad-
gers the odds are in favor of the
invaders. With Beal, Capt. Ham-
mer, and Brace playing in the first.
three positions, the Wolverines
present an imposing front. Beal and
Hammer are both experienced vet-
erans and Brace, a sophomore, has
been playing a sterling brand of
tennis for the Wolverines thus far
this season.
Bob Clarke, Rollin Clarke, and
Ryan ar e the other 'three regulars
on the Varsity and they havc all
been showing themselves capable
of turning in wins against sme of
the best men in the Conference. In
the doubles, Hammer and riac will
team up for the first match, with
Beal and Clarke, and Ryan and
Clark taking the other two matchcs.
TIhe Badger lineup is not certain
bit the first five men will probably
be Gottlieb, Silverman, Siegel
Meiklejohn, and Erler, playing in
that order, with the sixth man yet
to be announced.
CHICAGO-Young Jac1 Thomp-
son's manager has refused to allow
his recently crowned welterweight
king to meet Young Corbett in De-
troit in spite of a contract he is
alleged to have signed.

BUCKEYES HOLD
QUADRANGULAR
MEE T SA TURDA
(SprWitoIThe 1)oil)
MADISON, Wis., May 14.-Wh
the University of Wisconsin m
Ohio State, Northwestern and C
cago in the annual outdoor qua
ranguher meet at Columbus Sati
day, it will be with the small
tracie squad which has represen
the university this season.
Illness and injuries to seve
men, the heavy expenses of t
trip and the fact that Coach T
Jones is looking forward tot
Western Conference meet a w
later, will all tend to reduce
size of the Badger contingent.
the outside, 22 men will make
trip.
Dual Meet Concelled.
The decision to advance he d
of the Big Ten championship m
to May 24 was anything but gra
fying to Wisconsin, which in co
mon with Minnesota, Michig
Northwestern and Chicago, get
late start in outdoor traini
Coach Jones had planned a d
meet with Northwestern for M,
24, as representing the kind of co
petition he desired for his team
a final tune-up for the title. m
f The change in the Big Ten d
forced a cancellation of this eve
Notwithstanding the fact t
Wisconsin will enter a small sqi
there is a strong feeling here t
the quadrangular title will lieb
tween the Badgers and Ohio St
-and that Saturday's meet sho
be close, despite the fact t
Brandt in the hurdles, Davidson
the 440, Henke in the sprints a
440 and one or two other possi
Badger scorers may not compete
Weak in Dashes.
Coach Jones concedes that1
team will cut little figure int
dashes-against Simpson, Ohio
of aces, and Root and East of C
cago, but is hoping, in view of C
tain Benson's fine showing l
week, that he may pick up a cou
of points.
Rockoway, if in anything l
old form, must be conceded b
hurdle races. Wisconsin will s
I Ziese, Ogara, Jensen and Lee
pick up what points they can in
I timber-topping events.
Competition should be keen
[the 440 in which Wisconsin will
ly upon Exum and Cafke, wit
possibility that Henke or David
,--perhaps both-may be able
I run.
Corbett May be Nam
Thompson's Oppone
(7y Associated Prss)
CHICAGO, May 14-Young J
Thompson of Oakland, Calif.,I
held the world welterweight box
[title less than one week, but alre
is in a squabble as to who his
ponent will be when he defends
crown the first time.
Dick Dunn, general. manager
i the Olympia, sporting club ofE
1 troit, which staged the bout
which Thompson defeated Ja
[ Fields for the title last Friday ni
' announced last night he had si
ed Young Corbett 3rd, Fresno, C
'southpaw, and Thompson for
, championship bout in Navin Fi
the Detroit American league b
ball park, Aug. 27.
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SESEOD OVRIRE rALETICS TOP AMERICAN LEAGUE; T T
SEEKS JI RECORD \ E1RCIC ACE GROWS CLOSE illU
flj After getting off to a rather slow - "
BA 0TTING unNMETGPR
tart, Connie Mack's; Philadelphia!
ien Athletics seem to have at last__
ets Coach Fisher Drills Varsity Nine struck their stride and at the pres- Triumph Over Sr Il sis
h- for Approaching Game With nt tirne are resting majestically 1Team; Instils Confidence
Wildcats and - llii-i 'on the top of the heap in the Am- in Farrell's Men.
est erican League. Their hitting has SQUAD LEAVES FRIDAY
ted MONTAGUE'S ARM SOR becn steauy, and this, coupled with
___ _smooth fielding and good pitching,
rat Battingandfieldingeldigracticeo. has pushed the Mackmen into the Working out in a slight touch of
ra, Batting anfedngpatc leas ha the M a e ahOctober weather, Coach Steve Far-
the. 1 rt - r lad. Now that the As have reach-relsthiary fhn-ad
.om l f , cupied the major part of yester- e, their accustomed position the hrgell sent his arra of thin-dads
the day's workout on the diamond for standings in the junior circuit are ftroonhbispropgramiyesthe
assmhei-I[ afternoon in rprtion fr he
ekh Wolverines. Coach Fisher had beginning to assume a more logi- Minnesota duel meet on Saturday.
the ..:his regulars at the plate in a long cal appearance. The victory over Illinois last Sat-
At batting session and then sent the New York has improved immens- urday has instilled a great deal of
the -. h ely in the last 10 days and have confidence into Farrell and his co-
Ghe # I reserves in to wield the stick while at last evened up their games won hcorts. 21 mein will entrain Friday
the first string men handled the and lost, while Cleveland continues! afternoon in high hopes of taking
fielding. to stay up there. The Tigers and . {&.. the Gophers over the coals and
1the Browns have failed to show
eet Attempting to better the attack athin tha would st the making them lie it.
-anything that would stamp them rh sde cagei hew.
Lti- of the Maize and Blue the varsity as first class ball clubs, being the The ken he ping thewng
cosdrblaieinlsnwtasi teMc ther kept the men stepping during
am- spent considerable time in giving last two teams in the standings Connie Mack. the entire session yesterday after-
s a, individual attention to several of table. Both outfits have strong [-noon. Most of the sprinters were
ng, the hitters. A player's stance at possibilities, however, and another Only two games were played to- sent through trials in the 300 yard
ual ! the plate was stressed to a great month should see them consider- day in the two major leagues, and distance. A :30.8 second mark was
dayI ably higher in the standings. both of these were in the National one of the best times turned in.
in extent in the individual instruc- The National League race is al- bothuof thise whrestnady p ing Dale Seymour did the dish in 31.6.
m- I r tion. ready showing signs of becoming of Grabowski the St. Louis Card- Coach Farrell's men will encouni
asractically every menrier of the an extremely close one. At present oflGrabo iteoSt.Lusad-;ter their stiffest opposition in the
the Giants and the Oubs are show- nals rode to. victory over the New sprint events. ass, fashy Minne-
ateI pitching staff worked in the box n h York Giants, while Brooklyn de- sprinte , Has nlaninne-
nt. . ng their heels to the pack, but an- f feated Cincinnati in the other con- al oIrefselysedatsig!staspr.In theasen canngru
nt. for a brief spell yesterday, tossin other week might see the first di- test. The Cards' gae was decided all season. In their last encounter,
hat them over for the batters. Mon-vision arranged entirely different- a dual meet with Northwestern,
uad * M. in the fourth inning when the St. Hass took an easy first in the cen-
hat tague complained of a slight sore-ly.Dan Howleynhthbeenadriving Louis club .went on a batting ram- tury, duplicating with firsts in the
be- ness in his arm so Coach Fisher hReds mar an they have page and scored six runs. 220 dash and also in the lowhur-
formed much as the Yanks have___
ate kept him out of the box. L .idles. He needed only two his three
uld The Wolverines will workout on fourte pacernow after a bad start. NATIONAL LEAGUE. trials to take an additional first in
h:; their home diamond this afternoon R H E the broad jump, Minpesota scoring
in ---- for the last practice before entrain- New York . .003 000 000- 3 4 1 a slam in this event.
tnd DeHart Hubbard, ing for Evanston where they will ones Will Lead Cup St. Louis 100 600 - 7 1 0 Eddie Tolan and Campbell are
ible1 ina rturn! 1groomed to give Hass all the trot-
bie One of, the greatest trackmen meet Northwestern in a return Team Against ritis Fitzsimmons, Parmalee and Ho- gome t e Has he trdu-
gever turned out by Michigan, is ame on Friday. In the first en- gan; Grabowski and Wilson. b oturned in some fast time in the
evertturndthuthbyWichigsit (fy Assciated Pr(ss) 100 and 220 against Illinois and
nowworingoutwit th Wover counter withe the Wildcats the!(yiAscao
his now working out with the Wolver- Michigan nine met its first Con- SANDWICH, England, May 14.-I R H E and 220 against Iliois nd
the ine thinclads in an attempt to get ference defeat this spring, the Pur~ hoping for their sixth straight Brooklyn . . . .102 003 100- 7 16 0. -events.
ace in condition to enter the National ple hitters garnering eight runs to' victory in the team series. Bobby Cincinnati ..210 001 000- 4 9 1 Nate Potter and Noyes will make
hi- A. A. U. meet. For the past two five for the Wolves. 'Jones' American Walker cup golf Luque. and Lopez; Rixey, Kolpiup the high jump combination for
ap- shOn the following day the Fisher team begins a two-day battle with and Sukeforth. this meet. Coach Farrell was forc-
s crew will take on the Illini at Britain's picked amateurs on the ed to look around for material In
ple athletic competition due to a Champaign in another return en- Royal St. George's course tomor- Other games called--rain. (Continued on Page 7)
sprained ankle that was slow in gagement. Whether or not the; row. .a~fittssW41ti~l~~lilliill~ltliil~~ltl111lliliiil
like strengthening. Wolves will redeem themselves for j Great Britain never has beatenE-
oth Hubbard will enter the meet in the setback handed thin by Illinois the United States in Walker cup _O YOUR GLASSES REMAIN FULL
nd his favorite event, the broad jump, last Saturday depends upon the competition, inaugurated in 1922, y
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