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NOTRE DAME FACES
WOLVERlNES TODAY
Murray, Veteran Catholic Pitcher, Will
Be on Mound for
Visitors
SCHEIDLER WILL PITCH
FOR VARSITY BALL TEAM
Coach Lundgren's' squad of base-
ball men will, today, meet the strong-
est ,opposition that has been present-
ed to them this season. The Notre
Dame squad will play the Wolverines
at 4 o'clock this afternoon, on Ferry
hield.
Murray, a veteran pitcher, who has
been seen in action in previous years
on Ferry field, will probably handle the
ball for the visitors. His work thus
far this season has received only fav-
orable comment. His ability to baffle
the batters has brought him a good
pitching record. Murray slings the
ball with his left hand.
Scheidler Starts
Scheidler will start the game for the
Maize and Blue, Coach Lundgren an-
nounced yesterday. The coach is of
the opinion that Scheidler is in con-
dition to hold the visitors down, while
the Wolverines manage to get in some
stick work.
Notre Dame's record is not an un-
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22 BALL TOSSERS
OUT WITH VARSITY
Freshman baseball practicewas
held Tuesday on the regular diamond
in conjunction with the Varsity team.
The yearlings took the field as the
opponents of the first team and help-
ed. the regulars in some fast batting
and base running. Coach Mitchell's
:squad was in good shape and kept
the Varsity men on the go through-
out the entire afternoon. Several of
the first year men were watched by the
coaches and commented on as good
material for next year's Varsity
line-up.
Although the places have not been
definitely settled on as yet, the men
who have been playing quite regularly
on the 1922 team are as follows:
Broome, 2b; Carter, 2b; Hoffman, 3b;
Dunne, ss; Haveland, If; Kresge, of;
Hoppie, rf; Ingalls, p; Parks, p; Hu-
back, p; and Vick, c. There are sev-
eral men besides these that are still
trying for berths, and will have a
good show in getting numerals.
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Philadelphia 1, Detroit 3.
Washington 3, Chicago 4.
Boston 4, Cleveland 6.
New York 3, St. Louis 5.
National League
St. Louis 4, Brooklyn 1.
New York 10, Pittsburgh 2.
Chicago t, Boston 0.
Cincinnati 1, Philadelphia 4.

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For 20 years the University of Mich-
igan interscholastic trick and field
meets have been the feature of Mid-
Western high school athletics. In that
time they have advanced from state
competition to Middle Western, and
in the case of the 1918 meet, to inter-
sectional, e ents.
In 1898 the first meet was held at
Ann Arbor and was won by Lansing
from a field of eleven teams. Ninety-
three men were brought by the various
teams, all coming from the state of
Michigan. Till 1900 no oft of the state
teams were listed among the entries,
but three appeared in the running that
year. The mieet that year was a tie
between Ann Arbor high and Detroit
Central. This is the only time that
the local team ever succeeded in win-
ning' first, although there have been
many times that he local lads have

been an important factor in the run-
ning, and they have many times
threatened to win out.
1904 Record Stands
Detroit Central was the winner in
1901 and another Detroit team, Uni-
versity high, took the honors in 1902.1
The first record that has stood the
test of time was made by Hogenson,
of Lewis Institute, in 1904--10 seconds
in the 100.
The next year saw the first victory
of an out of state team, when Lewis
Institute, with a team of seven men,
won first place. Lewis was also the
winner of the meet held three years
later, in 1906. Three records hung
up by the athletes in that year have
been untouched up to the present time.
.Cook, of Chillicothe, jumped 23 feet, 5
inches, in the running broad jump, and
ran the 100-yard dash in 10 seconds;

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and Patterson,_competing for Detroit
University school, set a mark of 6 feet,
1 and 1-4 inches in the running high
jump.
Morgan Park Academy, of Chicago,
was the winner in 1907, and a shot
put record of 50 'feet, 4 inches, was
made by Horner, of Grand Rapids Cen-
tral. State teams were the winners
in - 1908 and '09. Detroit Central in
the first of the two years and Muske-
gon in the latter. In 1909 Cowley, of
Muskegon, set a record of 4:38 1-5 sec-
onds in the mile run, a mark that was
tied by Heiple, of Toledo Scott, in 1916.
Kohler, later Varsity weight man,
made a record of 170 feet 3 inches, in
the hammer throw.
Chicago Takes Two Meets
The meet of 1910 went to Shelby,
Michigan, high, and in 1911 to Toledo
Scott. There was no meet held in
1912.
Chicago University high -was the
winner of the meets held in 1913 and
1914. A great number of records were
made in these two years--records that
have been marks for the rest of the
United States to shoot at. Carter, of
Chicago University high, came near
the national high school record when
he won the 220-yard dash in the ex-
tremely fast time of 21 and 1-5 sec-
onds. Spink, of the same school, set
a record in the half mile run of 1
minute, 56 seconds. This time is
within one second of the national rec-
ord made by Meredith in 1915.
Two Men Take 34 Points
Oregon high, Illinois, pulled the
most sensational win in 1916, when
they won a close race from Scott
high of Toledo. Landers and Loomis
were the only men that the winning
school brought to the meet, and be-
tween them rolled up 34 and 1-2 points
an evidence of versality that has sel-
dom been equalled. Landers is now a
star on the University of Pennsylvania
track team.
In the state class the Grand Rap-
ids team won first place. Four men
that are now on Michigan's Confer-
ence champion track and field team
took places in that meet. Butler first
in the 440-yard dash, time 50 and 2-5
seconds, a meet record that has stood
since; Forbes, second in the half mile;
Wesbrookand Cross tied for second in
the pole vault.'
Bring Out Material
The number of men that were in
these meets and later came to Mich,
igan shows the advantage of these
meets in getting good athletes for the
Maize and Blue teams.
The 1919 meet may be considered a
success in every way, though no rec-
ords were( set the races were fast and
exciting throughout. Several of the
men showed great possibilities and the
fact that two men ran the 100-yard
dash in 10 and 1-5 seconds shows that
there is a great chance for some fast
men from the state.
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Swimming activity has slowed up
during the last week. Coach Almer
Drulard said last night that he has
allowed the men to take a deserved
rest after the work done in the inter-
class meet of last Wednesday night.
Practice has been called for 3 o'clock
this afternoon and it is expected that
the aquatic men will be in fine shape
after the last week. ,
There was some confusion as to re-
suIts of the freshman-junior meet, and
although the affair is not hopelessly
mixed up more systematic methods
will be used in the coming meets.
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