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SUCGESS ASSURED FOR
INTE.5CHOLSTIC MEET

FRATERNITIES
PREP

TO ENTER'IAIN
SCHOOL
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Sixteen high schools have entered
teams for Michigan's 1919 Interschol-
astic track and field meet which will
take place Saturday, May 24, on Fer-
ry field.°
El Paso, Hyde Park, and Champaign,
all from Illinois, are to comprise the
only representations of institutions
outside of the state. The remaining 13
entries, headed"by the several teams
of Detroit and Grand Rapids, come to
the competition from all sections of
Michigan..
At present the outlook seems to.
favor Detroit Eastern, Grand Rapids
South, and Kalamazoo Central as the
strongest contenders for team honors.
Detroit Central and Detroit North-
western will join Eastern' in forming
a triple entry from'the motor city.
The size of the scholastic aggrega-
tions will vary from the total of nine-
teen athletes to be sent by Detroit
Eastern, down to three and two man
teams which are to represent the
smaller schools of the state. Ann Ar-
bor has failed to make any entry for
the events this year.
Preliminary heats, if necessary, will
be run off on Saturday morning before
the final decisions are started at 2:30
o'clock in the afternoon.
With the co-operation of the fratern-
ities and other organizations of the
University, the Athletic association is
making every possible preparation for
the proper entertainment of the visit-
ing athletes. The designation of the
evening of Friday, May 23, as Cap
Night, carries the advantage of offer-
ing the arrivals of this day an oppor-
tunity .to witness the first post-war
performance of Michigan's most -im-
pressive tradition.
Ty Cobb, the Detroit star, apparently
has not hit his batting stride yet, for
he is 23d in the list. His average for
11 games is .311. He has cracked out
14 safe drives, four of them doubles,
and scored eight runs.

Farrell's Squad
In Fighting Trim
Results of the dual track meet with
the Maroons bears out the idea that
Coach Farrell has another champion-
ship track team this year.
The Maize and Blue outfit !depends
not only on the points of a few stars
but is strong in practically every
event. The weakest place on the
squad is the distance runs, the mile
run being the only event in which
Chicago took both first and second
places. Captain Sedgwick is the only
two miler that Steve can count on.
He was nosed out at the finish in the
distance run Saturday, more on ac-
count of tlhe unknown ability of his op-
ponent thah for any other reasoni.
Carl Johnson is up to his regular
form in the hurdles, making quite
good time Saturday without the keen-
est of competition. He will be ably
supported in the sprints by Cook and
Losch, who handled these events in
the Chicago meets without Johnson's
help.
Butler and Burkholder have been
cutting down their time in the quart-
er and half mile events respectively
and look to be sure point-getters in
the intercollegiate meets.
In Smith, Baker, Walls and Lind-
strom, Coach Farrell has a combina-
tion that is hard to beat in the field
events. Walls' breaking of the Ferry
field record for the javelin throw wash
a surprise that the most optimistic
had not hoped for. If he can repeat
his hurl of 151 feet 5 inches he will
complete Steve's organization in the
field division.
With two weeks of promised good
weather ahead, and a meet with
Notre Dame next Saturday, the Wol-
verine track squad should be in a
position to present a formidable front
at the eastern intercollegiates.
Track Athletes Officiate at Meet
Ralph C. Craig, '11, former Michigan
track star and holder of world's rec-
ord for the 100 yard dash, and Eddie
Carrol, former Wolverine miler, were
officials at the Chicago-Michigan track
meet last Saturday.

WOMEN'S BASEBALL
GAINS POPULARITY
Baseball is rapidly becoming the
chief topic of interest in Women's
sports. Games are played daily and
the increasing rivalry between sorori-
ties is lending zest to the struggle for
the championship.
On Thursday Pi Beta Phi won from
Kappa Kappa Gamma 7 to 4, and Col-
legiate Sorosis defeated Delta Gamma
11 to 1. Hilda Debar was the star
pitcher of the Pi P'hi team while Alice
Hinkson did the best work for Kappa
Kappa Gamma. Credit for the Sorosis
victory falls largely on Florence
Field, pitcher, and Elise Smith, who
clouted a homer which brought in a
run.
Newberry residence won from Chi
Omega 9 to 3 in a two inning game
on Wednesday, and Delta Delta Delta
sorority won from Theta Phi Alpha 11
to 5 Monday afternoon. Lucille Duff
was the individual star of the latter
game.
Following the rules of the league,
Chi Omega, Delta Gamma, and Theta
Phi Alpha are out of the running each
having lost two games.
Freshman -Junior
Swim Announced

'W OLVERNES' HORSESHOE
WINS IN NINTH INNING
VICTORY OVER CHICAGO PUTS
MICHIGAN AT HEAD OF
LIST
Michigan's win from Chicago in a
ninth inning rally Saturday was the
feature of the Conference games play-
ed on that day. Michigan piow leads
the Big Ten, being the only team that
has not dropped at least one game.
Glenn and Bowerman divided the
honors of the game, Glenn with his
consistently effective pitching and
Bowerman with two triples, a double
and a phenomenal running catch in
right field.
Glenn, recovered from the accident
that put him out of the M. A. C. game
last Wednesday, kept the Maroon bat-
ters off the bases at all times during
-the game. Had his support been as
god as his pitching Chicago would
have had great difficulty in scoring
once. Aside from one inning, the
Michigan pitcher looked to be at his
top form and secured revenge for his
defeat at the hands of the Maroon nine
.last year.
Two pinch hitters were the immedi-
ate cause of the Michigan win. Pheney
hit one of Crisler's fast balls for a
three base drive when batting for Lan-
genhan, and Schlunz, in his first Con-
ference game of the year, duplicated
the performance, scoring Pheney from
third. Bowerman then came through
with the hit' that won the game, his
two base knock to center, and Schluntz
came over with the winning run. Gar-
rett finished the inning when Elton
grabbed his long drive with his bare
hand for the third out.
Sphoehnle, the Chicago right field-
-er, drove out both of the hits that
were made off Glenn. One was a home
run and the other went for two bases.
Sproehnle's" hitting was responsible
for the Chicago win last year.
YESTERDAY'S GAMES

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B'RUBBER INDUSTRY" WILL BE
SUBJECT OF LECTURE TODAY
Mr. W. S. Davidson, of the Miller
Rubber company, of Akron, Ohio, will
lecture on the "Rubber Industry" at

public is invited to attend.

7:30 o'clock tonight in ro
Chemistry building. This le
to be given under the auspice
Prescott club. While it will i
pecial interest to chemists, the
public is invited to, attend.

AN HEUSER-BUSCH
ST. LOUIS

Final preparations are now being
made for the holding of the freshman-
junior informal swimming meet sched-
uled for 8 o'clock Wednesday night in,
the local Y. M. C. A. pool.
Trials for the different events were
held :Saturday afternoon. Carnegie, a
good diver and breast-stroke man.,and
Frank Thompson, diver, were the two
men who showed up at the trials.
The Juniors, having Drulard, Mos-
es, and Dinwiddi, a swimmer from the
Pacific coast, are confident of a victory.
Frank Steketee, of Grand Rapids, will
swim on the freshman squad.
The list of entries for the different
events will be given out for publica-
tion tomorrow night.

American League
Philadelphia-Chicago (rain).
Boston-St.Louis (rain).
Detroit, 6; Washington, 0.
New York, 1; Cleveland, 0.
National League
Chicago, 3; Brooklyn, 1.
Cincinnati, 6; New York, 4.

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