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TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WOVEINS FACE
11TO FERRY FIELD RECORDS MAY
E TIED DURING
CONTEST
WESTERN MEN IN CONDITION

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Murray of Visitors Expected
Make Startling Time in
High Hurdles

OFFICIALS
Referee and Starter-B. G.
Marls.
Clerk of Course-Sid Millard.
Assistaiut Clerks Remp
Burge, John Sanders, Tom Pais-
ley, Julian Burrows.
Track Judges--W. F. Fish-
leigh, W. F. Vernor, Don C. May,
J. 0. Perrine.
Field Judges-Homer Heath,
Miller Pontius, J. G. Hays, F.
G. Millard, F. B. Armstrong.
Inspectors - R. W. Aigler,
Frank Murphy, E. C. Behrens,
Mr. Reynolds, S. J. Farrell.
Announcer-J. R. Watkins.
Scorers-E. E. Pardee, T.
Hawley Tapping$ C. N. Church,
E. P. Wright, H. A. Fitzgerald,
C. L. Muller.
Timers-Evans Holbrook, Geo.
A. May, Si Huston.
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JOHNS HOPKINS RACQUET
SQUID DEFEATS VARSITY
Wolverie Net [en Lose Match to
Baltimore Squad by
Count of 4-2
Inconsistent tennis lost the match
with Johns Hopkins for the Varsity
yesterday. The score was 4-2 in favor
of the medics. The weather and the
condition of the courts were good,
but failure to win in the doubles lost
the match for Michigan after the two
opposing teams had broken even. in
the singles.
Dope in tennis circles has been de-
cidedly upset by the results of the
last two or three matches, and a cu-
rious string of imaginary results can
be gathered. Lafayette defeated Le-
high; Lehigh defeated Michigan;
Michigan defeated Lafayette; Lafay-
ette has defeated both Johns Hopkins
and the Navy; Johns Hopkins defeated
Michigan; and the Navy and Michigan
are still to clash. The reader may
work out the percentage of this cycle
at leisure. We forgot to say that Johns
Hopkins defeated the Navy by a 5-1
score.f
Michigan and the Annapolis Middies
meet today, but according to the above
computations werefuse to make any
predictions. It would seem from the
results of yesterday's match that the
Varsity is weak when the double sets
roll round, although playing a strong
game in the singles, an exact rever-
sal of form since the beginning of
the season.
Summaries:
Singles: Allen (H) d. Crawford, cap-
tain (M), 8-6, 6-4; Mack (M) d. Tay-
lor, captain (H), 6-3, 6-2; Switzer (M)
d. Hammond (H), 6-1, 6-3; Jacobs (H)
d. Sherwood (M), 6-2, 3-6, 4-6. Dou-
bles: Taylor and Hammond (H) d.
Crawford and 1Mack (M), 6-1, 4-6, 2-6;
Jacobs and Strole (H) d. Switzer and
Sherwood (M), 6-3, 2-6, 6-3. Final1
score, 4-2.
FARMERS DOWN BUFFALO NINE
4 TO 0 IN SIX-INNING BATTLE
Buffalo, N. Y., May 19.-Playing
errorless ball on a soggy field, M. A. C.
put over a 4 to 0 victory on the Uni-
versity of Buffalo in a six-inning game.
Thill pitched great ball for the Buf-
faloans, but his support was extreme-
ly ragged.
R. H. E.
M. A. C..................44 0
Buffalo ..................0 4 8
Batteries-Demont and Fuller; Thilll
and Ervin.
Patronize business men who adver-E
tize in The Michigan Daily. ** I

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Expose Stanford
Club Rendezvous
", cret of esterners' Headquarters
Disclosed; to Stay on Ferry
Field
That the Stanford athletes who com-
pete here today with the Maize and
Blue veterans are to be royally en-
tertained is a foregone conclusion. But
the place of the Westerners' head-
quarters has been kept a dark secret
from the campus in general and it is
ten to one that not one in a hundred
know where the coast stars will
sleep: We disclose the rendezvous
with conscious pride-it is to be the
Ferry field cub house!
For the past week, under the direc-
tion of Coach Farrell, Clarence, the
rubber, and an able corps of assist-
ants have been at work fixing up the
front apartment of the club house as
a lounging room for the visitors, and
tables, lounges, easy chairs, rugs and
all the necessary 'furnishings have
been installed, and the result is a
source of pride to all who had a hand
in the work. Cots have been placed in
the big room upstairs, and a regular
dorm system has been temporarily
provided.
The Stanford squad will occupy
these quarters probably until next
Wednesday.
TO STAGE GOLF TOURNAMENT'
Box of Golf Balls for Prize in Blind
Bogey Handicap Contest
All members of the University Golf
association are requested to meet on
the first tee at the course at 2:30
o'clock tomorrow afternoon without
fail. The meeting will be held prompt-
ly at that hour for the purpose of
holding a blind bogey tournament of
nine holes that afternoon. The handi-
caps in the tourney are to be chosen
by the members themselves, aiming
at a blind number between 40 and 50.
A prize consisting of a box of balls
will be awarded in the novelty tour-
nament, which can be successfully
staged during the afternoon in case
over ten entries are secured. All'
members are urged to come out and
participate.
Returns from the campus champion-
ship tournament for the first round
were received last night. Following
are the results to date: C. Fordney de-
feated W. Pearl, one up, 27 holes;;
Palmer and Perry won their matches
by default.;
The second round of the tourney will
be staged some time during the week-1
end and all scores must be in by
Monday at 6:00 o'clock.
Advertizers in The Michigan Daily
are the reliable business men of your,
city. It will pay you to patronizei

PREP SCHOOLS ENTER
MANY MEN FOR CLASSIC
Detroit University School Leads With
16 [en; Indianapolis School
Comes Second
Entry lists are being received daily
by the Interscholastic management
from high schools and prep schools
throughout the country which expect
to appear in Ann Arbor Friday and
Saturday, June 2 and 3, and compete
for high honors in the annual classic.
Joliet, Ill., high school, winners of
the Illinois meet last week, has en-
tered 12 me, and it is expected that
the Illinois boys will stand up mighty
close to the front. Detroit University
School has sent in the names of 15
men, being represented in both Class
A and Class B. Short Ridge high of
Indianapolis will be on hand with 14
men. Waite and Scott high of To-
ledo have both entered 13 men. Sag-
inaw Eastern is to be represented by
eight or ten of her best track ath-
letes, while Freeport, Ill., high will
have six men. Ann Arbor high will
have 1.0 men competing for Class A
honors.
Keewatin Academy, whose repre-
sentatives have always commanded re-
spect in interscholastic competition,
will send four men down from Prair-
ie-du-Chien, Wis., to uphold her repu-
tation. One lone sprint man, Don
Lyles, will journey all the way from
Muskogee, Okla., to represent Central
high of Muskogee. George Rausch is
also a lone dash entry, being the sole
candidate from West high of Water-
loo, Ia.
In order to allow more opportunity
for entry in the Michigan meet, the
time limit of receipt of entries has
been extended to May 24th.
Lavan Expresses
is Appreciation
Former Michigan Star Gives Thanks
for Watch Tendered Hhn on
"Sisler Day"
In a letter received yesterday at
The Daily office, "Johnny" Lavan, for-
mer star shortstop on the Varsity
team and All-Fresh baseball coach in
1914, now with the St. Louis Browns,
expresses his appreciation of the
watch that was tendered him a few
weeks ago by the Michigan fans whoT
attended "Sisler Day" in Detroit. La-
van was not with the St. Louis club
at the time, being compelled to take
a "layoff" due to an injury to hist
throwing hand, and the token was for-C
warded to him at the former place.r
Following is his letter:<
To Michigan Friends:
"I am writing you at this time tot
express my thanks and appreciation
to my many Michigan friends for their
beautiful token of remembrance. It

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Cleaning
Pres singq
Repairing
Suits to Order
$25.00 and up.
L. E. O'CONNOR & CO.
619 E. William Street

Ferry field is all in readiness for
the Michigan-Stanford track meet this
afternoon. The rain of yesterday
proved just what the course needed,
and if there is fair weather today, the
field will be in splendid shape.
With the field in condition at least
two Ferry field records are expected
to fall. Last Saturday "Joe" Ufer
tied Phil Jansen's time for the half
mile, while "Eddie" Carroll, without
competition, came within 4-5 second
of bettering Hanavan's mile mark.
Both these times will be clocked fast-
er, conditions permitting. "Cap"
Murphy need not be forgotten in the
880-yard distance, as he has proven
that therei is room. for mathematical
comparisons as regards the capabil-
ities of himself and Ufer:
Several Stanford men have chalked
up better performances than the Mich-
igan field has ever witnessed. Cap-
tain Murray of the visitors is expected
to tame the present mark of 15 2-5
seconds in the high hurdles, and he,
or two of his fellow westerners, may
give Garrell's low hurdle mark of
241-5 seconds a close race. Sargent's
mark of 6 feet 11-4 inches in the high
jump may fall before the attacks of
Lachmund or Simmons, although
"Vic" is somewhat out of form.
Stanford's squad of cross continent
athletes report themselves in shape
to give Farrell's bunch a good fight,
notwithstanding their smaller num-
bers and their three-day trip from
Palo Alto. They arrived about 9:30
o'clock last evening over the Michigan
Central. The Ferry field clubhouse
has been fitted up for sleeping quart-
ers for the visitors.
The meet is scheduled to begin
promptly at 2:00 o'clock.
*The entries follow :
100-Yard Dash
Stanford-Kirksey, House, Murray.
Michigan-Smith, O'Brien, Scofield,
Kretzschmar.
Mile rn
Stanford-Aupperle, Wilson
Michigan-Carroll, Donnelly, Mat-
teson, Galloway, Meehan, Bouma.
120-Tard hurdles
Stanford-Murray, Norton, House.
Michigan-Warner, Fischer, Carlett.
440-Yard Dash
Stanford-Murray, Lynn, Dieven-
dorff.
Michigan-Warner, Fischer, Catlett.

was forwarded to me this morning,
May 11, and I shall value it very
highly. My only regret is that ow-I
ing to an injury to my hand, it was
impossible for me to be present and
thank you in person, as such an oc-
casion always lingers long in one's
mind, and especially so in the case
of a ball player. I hope you can find
some way to let my Michigan friends
know how much I appreciate their
generous gift.
Sincerely yours,
JOHNNY LAVAN, '14M."

Wiscoisin Downs Iowa by 1?-8 Score
Wadison, Wis., May 19.-In a game
teeming with extra-base wallops, the
University of Wisconsin baseball team
downed the University of Iowa toss-
ers 12 to 8. The cold weather ren-
dered fast playing impossible.
R.H.E.
Wisconsin ...... ...........12 13 4
Iowa ......... ........ 8 8 1
Batteries: Neuenschwander and Con-
nelly, Fox; Knapp, DieTdorff, Beacher
and Foster.

Two-Mile Run
Stanford-Wilson.
Michigan-Donnelly, Carroll, Mee-
han, Kuivinen, Langley, Bouma, Fos-
ter, Walters.
220-Yard Hurdles
Stanford-Murray, Norton, House.
Michigan-Warner, Fischer, Catlett.
200-Yard Dash
Stanford-Kirksey, Murray, House.
Michigan-Smith, O'Brien, Scofield,
Kretzschmar.

them.

THIS IS NOT
A HOSPITAL

880-Yard Run
Stanford-Aupperle, Schnell,

Wil-

son.
Michigan-Ufer, Murphy, Hunting-
ton, Fox, Matteson.
Shot Put
Stanford-Caughey, Murray.
Michigan-Cross, Smith, Walls, Ed-
wards.
Hammer Throw
Stanford-Caughey.
Michigan-Cross, Smith, Walls, Bas-
tian.
High Jump
Stanford-House, Lachmund, Dykes.
Michigan-Simmons, Griest, Brock-
way, Davis, Waterbury, Perschbacker,
Wickliffe.
Broad Jump
Stanford-House, Lachmund, Sisson.
Michigan-Wickliffe, Leslie, Field.
Pole Vault
Stanford-Wilcox.

You knew it and so did we, but there are a whole lot of perfectly good people who
passed us by because, when they read

"THE

RENELLEN
A PLACE OF DISTINCTIVE SERVICE'

HOSPICE"

They instantly whiffed ether, carbolic acid and iodoform gauze. Quite true we do re-
store jaded appetites and build up much abused digestions with good food, properly pre-
pared, but you don't find that in the name.

That is why I have to tell you that we
serve the best meals in Ann Arbor.

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