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May 24, 1919 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDj

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alleged to have used against their vis-
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district inquiry commission, according
to the Government Telegraph Agency.
They include a chain whip with thick
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ATHLETES AHR1iVE
FOR TODAY'SOMET
Majority of Teams Reach Ann Arbor
in Time for Cap Night
Celebration
KALAMAZOO CENTRAL PICKED
TO RIVAL DETROIT EASTERN
- Most of the participants in the in-
terscholastic track meet to be held this
afternoon at Ferry field arrived in
Ann Arbor Friday evening.
. The usual week end rains made the
track rather heavy Friday afternoon
but if no more water falls the oval
will be in fine shape for the meet.
Coaches to Meet
The coaches of the respective teams
are to meet in the office of the Athletic
association this morning at 8 o'clock
.to decide upon the time of the meet
and also which events will require pre-
liminary heats.
Hyde Park, Ill., at the last moment
wired that it would send no repre-
sentative to Michigan's 1919 inter-
scholastic meet because of the expense
of the trip. This leaves 16 schools
entered, with representatives varying
in numbers from one to 19.
Cedar Springs, Mich., and Spring-
field, Ill., are entering only one man
each. Detroit Northwestern is send-
ing the largest number.
The team with the largest entry list
is not in the least assured of winning
the meet, for the men who were here
in 1916 will recall that' Oregon,. Ill.,
with two men, carried off the honors.
The dope to date seems to favor
Detroit Eastern and Kalamazo Cen-
tral as having the strongest aggrega-
tions of tracksters, although in a meet
of this type no reliable forecast can
be made, and the best of dope is eften
upset.
Varsity to Officate
The Varsity track squad which met
Notre Dame yesterday, arrived in Ann
Arbor late last night and many of
Coach Farrell's stars will officiate at
the meet today.
The trial heats will be run off at
10 o'clock this morning and the semi-
finais at 1:30 o'clock in the afternoon.
The meet will be started as early as
possible in order that the spectators
may be able t9 see both the track
events and the Iowa baseball game.
Officials Named
Officials - Referee, S. J. Farrell.
gtarter, Dr. G. A. May. Clerk of
course, Sid Mallard. Announcer, Joseph
Planck. Track Judges, Sedgwick, So-
field, Butler, Cook, and Mesner ield
judges, Homer Heath, Smith, ,Baker,
Cross, Lindstrom, Walls, Meese, and
Wesbrook. Scorer, Abe Cohn. Assist-
ant scorers, Martin, Chase, Cramer,
Taylor, Landis. Marshal, Angus
Goetz. Inspectors, Perrin, Edison,
L osch, Burkholder, Larson, Bouma.
Timers, Walter Fishleigh, Johnson,
Steve Farrell, R. W. Aigler, E. J
Huntington. Field doctor, Dr. Rey-
nolds.

Blasebal, Squad
.To hattie Iowa
Despite the fact that the Varsity
,nine was forced into inactivity yester-
day afternoon, as a result of wet
grounds, it will meet the Iowa ag-
gregation this afternoon on Ferry
field for a return engagement.
Coach Lundgren has chosen his star
hurler, Parks, to deliver to the visiting
nine. His victory over the westerners
on their own grounds a short time
ago, gives evidence that the game to-
day will leave no blemish upon his
perfect record for the season.
M. A. C. Defeated
The performance of the Wolverines,
against the Michigan Agricultural Col-
lege team, Thursday, is in itself
enough to assure another victory to-
day.
Little doubt of the result of this
afternoon's game is being express-
ed. The strength of the Maize and
Blue, as evidenced in a 1,000 per cent
record, leaves no other team in the
Conference, a look in on the Michi-
gan standing.
Hamilton will again be placed
against the Wolverines this afternoon
by the Iowa coach. It will give the
Iowa University pitcher an opportu-
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of the Michigan nine. Geneva, May 23. - An airplane car-
Hamilton Hit Hard ryingmoney from the Russian Reds to
Karps' ome unKnod's nd finance Hungarian propaganda fell in-
Karpus' home run, Knode's and to the hands of the Rumanians 'hars-
Cooper's three baggers, and Garrett's T
two base hits have left their effect day.
upon the Iowa pitcher, who at one
time was said to be the best hurler in Alice Brady, Actress, Marries Crane
the Conference. New York, May 23. - Alice Brady,
The contest this afternoon will round the well known actress ,was married
out a perfect sport day at the Uni- Tuesday night to James L. Crane, actor
versity, son of Dr. Frank Crane, the, writer.
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