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I LEAVE FOR
EASTERlN MEET

REDICTIONS MADE AS ALL
THE DOPE IS
VAGUE
gan's track team, representing1
.e and Blue at the Eastern in-
giate meet at the Harvard'
1, left Ann Arbor at 2:45 Wed-
afternoon.
were to travel via the Michi-1
ntral and arrive at Boston at1
lhis morning. The schedule1
'hursday noon to Friday noon.
s only eating, sleeping, and
giving the men plenty of time
[perate from their trip. The
to stay at the Copley Square
t Boston and there will be some
Luments on the program for
Trial Heats Friday
heats in the dash events, the
it and hammer throw will be
at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon.
rints are popular at these meets
short distance men will have
f competition. It may even be
,ry to run more than one set of
as the schools near by often
large aggregation.
semi-finals and finals in all
are scheduled for 3 o'clock9
ay. Coach Farrell said when
for predictions that he "could1
er the meet," that the various
ability was unknown to such an
that all the coaches were more1
in the dark as to the outcome.,
Afese Suffers Bad Tooth
rerer the coach expects all our
> qualify Friday. Meese, who
e only man of the squad who
t in best condition when the3
aft, is expected to be all right1
lay. He has an ulcerated tooth1
a caused considerable swelling,;
is not at all serious. In fact
4 have run the way he was.j
lope to 4ate gives the Wolverine
ation good chances to place{
the nleet. Pat Snith has beenI
ping with the hammer lately in
that puts hin in the first class
event, And he and Baker

should secure several points in the
shot put.
High Hopes In Sprints
Our sprint men havethe edge on
their opponents, for the Ferry field
time in thelashes this year has been
faster than eastern time, and Michigan
is expected place two or three men
in the hundred yard event.
Shea of Pittsburg will probably take
the 440 yard dash but Butler will not
be far behind him.
Johnson is generally conceded the.
220 yard flow hurdles and will also
place high. in the broad and high
jump. Farrell may take the all-round
star out of the high hurdles and put
him in the 100 yard dash. Entered in
four events, Carl is counted on to
bring many points to the Micligan
camp.
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
American League
No games scheduled.
National League
Boston, 4; Chicago, 0.
St. Louis, 7; Brooklyn, 5.
Pittsburgh, 6; New York, 2.
Cincinnati, 6; Philadelphia, 5.
GUAM MARINES PLAY GAME BY
MOONLIGHT--SOMETHING NEW
Washington, May 28.-Marines down
in Guam have the ball game and pea-
nut habit just like all good Americans
back in the States. Only this time
'they have started something new in
the national sport.. In a recent game
between the Agana and Sumay mar-
ines, running through 15 innings, the
last four innnings were played bya
the light of a full moon rising over the
palms which border the Plaza.
In a game played by moonlight al-
most anything is likely to happen.
Manion of Sumay started things for
his team when he mailed a ball in the
post office through a ihole in the screen
of one of the windows. The Agana
fielder was unable to recover it with-
out violating section H20 of the local
postal regulations and the Sumay boys
walked home with the bacon.

NOTREDA1MIEETS
WOLVERINES 3-2
Lundgren Men Held by Left Hander's
Fast Ones; Michigan Men
Unable to Come Back
LOST OAME WILL NOT AFFECT
TEAM'S CONFERENCE RATING
Michigan met its first defeat of the
season yesterday afternoon on Ferry
field when the strong Notre Dame nine
registered three runs against two
counters scored by the Maize and
Blue.
Two two base hits by Fromke and
Bowerman failed to bring the Wol-
verines into the desired lead, when the
visiting pitcher managed to strike out
Garrett in time to save a run, while
a fly to first base by Langenhan spoil-
ed the other possibility to score.
Murray Fans Ten
Murray, theC atholic southpaw,
showed his veteran training in the
contest by striking out 10 of Lund-
gren's hitters. Even Knode, the stellar
captain of the Varsity, fell before Mur-
ry for two strike outs out of three of-
ficial times at bat.
Michigan, used two pitchers in the
game, starting with Scheidler. He was
replaced by Glenn in the third inn-.
ing. Five strike outs were all the
Wolverine pitchers could account for.
Excellent team work on the part of
the visitors together with a number
of timely hits spelled the first defeat
of the Conference champions. Bader,
playing center field for the visitors,
and batting first for the Catholics scor-
ed the first run of the game in the
first inning. Scheidler walked him
and allowed him to finish his counter
when Sjoberg walloped the ball for a
two bagger.
Hnode Scores First Run
Michigan failed to retaliate until the
third inning. Knode stole first base
when the Catholic catcher dropped the
third strike and finished his rounder
by stealing second and making home
on Bowerman's two base bit. Langen-
ban registered the other run for the
home team on two errors made by
Miles and Bahan of Notre Dame.
Until the seventh inning, the score
remained tie, only to be brogen when
Huber allowed Murray, to get on first,
by dropping the third strike. Murray
came in for the winning run with the
help of a sacrifice hit on the part of
Sjoberg and a clean one bagger by
Mohardt.
No Scores in Last Innings
In the eight and ninth inning, neith-
er team was able to score. Schlunts
was sent in to pinch hit for Froemke,
in the ninth, but was thrown out aft-
or a valiant try for first. Langenan
finished game with a strike out.
Despite the fact that the contest was
a defeat for the Wolverines;, it does
not effect their conference standing.
Michigan still remains the leaders of
the Big Ten, with a percentage of a
thousan.
SUMMARY
Michigan

by pitcher, Langenhan, Mohardt
struck out-Scheidler 3, Glenn 5, Mur-
ry 10.
Tennis Team Off
To Windy City
Coach Mack has sent Wesbrook and
Barts to Chicago to compete for high-
est honors in the Conference tourna-
ment. Wesbrogk decided to accom-
pany the tennis team to Chicago in-
stead of going to Boston with the
track team.
With men like Wesbrook and Bartz
to represent Michigan in the tourna-
ment, Coach Mack is expecting a vic-
tory. During the season Wesbrook
has not been defeated by any of the
players in the Conference, and is ex-
pected to win easily. Bartz was de-
feated by Davis from Ohio State last
week, but he ought to defeat him in
the tournament as he had little trouble
beating Nath, one of Chicago's best,
and who is thought to be one of the
best in the Conference.
Pike, the Conference champion last
season, and Nath will give Wesbrook
and Bartz the strongest competition
Both men will be playing at home, and
if they are in their usual form they
are to be feared.
The first drawing for opponents will
be held at 10 o'clock today. It is ex-
pected thetournament will last until
pected, the tournament will last until'
Saturday.
FLAGPOLE HAS ANOTHER
DELAY; WILL BE UP S00N
Western-fir was specified in the or-
der for the new top staff for the flag-
pole, and it was stated that yellow-
pine would not fill the bill. But the
company with whom the order was
placed shipped a yellow-pine staff and
in result the campus has been forced
to go without its flag, and the friendly
"moons."
It was not until after considerable
correspondence that the shippers final-
ly agreed to take back the pole, but
this has now been; arranged, and a
new order placed. It is hoped to have
the flag-staW erected by commence-
ment time
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