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WOLVERINES PLAY,
Langenhan Still Out of Game; Karpus
Also on Disabled List from
Injured Heel
CAPTAIN PARKS LUNDGREN
CHOICE AS MICHIGAN HURLER'
Headed by Captain Parks, the
Wolverine nine invaded Columbus yes-
terday, where they meet Ohio State
this afternoon.
Michigan's team is in a somewhat

TRACK NOTICE

All tratk mcn who, have lock-
ers. at Ferry _field should appear
for pry tice P.t 3 o'clock Sathr-
day afternoon. Coach Steve Far-
rell has planned to have the car-
didates in the various events
compete at this time.,
SOCCER TEL MEETS
DETORT ROSES TogIA

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d condition with Langenhan When Michigan's informal soccer
mping around with the sprain- tean4 meets the Detroit Roses at 3
ile he received Saturday, and o'clock today on Ferry field a game
s, thelatest of the athletes to well worth watching is. expected.
on the disabled list, suffer- The Detroit Roses are one of the
M an injured heel. Van Bov. strongest teams in the country, hav-
nkle has been pronounced fit ing won the state championship last
will be able to enter today's year and having lost the national ti-
Karpus may be able to play his tle to Chicagot in the final round of
r position on -the keystone the tournament.
)ut in case he is unable to per- Roses Scientific Team
t second, Van Boven will be the The Roses are reputed to be one of
on for that job and Froemke the most scientific teams in thggame
i1 Langenhan's position in cen- today. Their forward line is compos-
d. Captain Parks will be on the ed entirely of old and experienced
for Michigan. players who can control the ball and
- give it speed at the same time. The
TERDA v's GAMES halfback line, also, is as good as, any,
in the -country, the outstanding play-
American League er of which is Fishback, who played
international soccer in Germany and
delphia 9, Washington Holland in pre-war days.
elsewhere. The two Higgins brothers are the
most formidable part of the fullback
National League line, especially H. Higgins. The goal
klyn 0, Boston 3. tender set a record last year by al-
York 0, Boston 3 4 lowing but five goals to be scored
York Philadelphia 4. against him all season, three of which
elsewhere. __ _were tallied in the national cham-
SiUB CAMPAIGN FOR pionship tourney.
(GNITION IS PROGRESSING Michigan Powerful
However, Michigan's informal team
campaign carried on by the formed ar nd the powerful nucleus
club for recognition is show- of the two Dyason brothers, who play-
; cluf.rrcognitionistshow- ed on their South African teams, the
e results. From the latest re- fast Chinese star, Tsai, and the Phil-
_,259 students' signatures have ippino player, Sanchez, will be able to
at the canvassing is a success. furnish good competition for the vis-
than 100 petitions have been itors and a fast and clever game is
out to the fraternities on the expected.
s and, although few have been The line-ups are as follows:
ed, good results are expected. Michigan Informals Detroit Roses
these petitions should be re-, Snyder .......goal.........Gavin
to The Daily office this week. E. Orris and ..fullbacks.... F. Higgins,
J. Orris .., and H. Higgins.
mity Games to be Played Today Tsai ........halfbacks........Cheyne
ng to the enforced postpone- VanderNuelen, Fishback,
if the games in the interfratern- Crino, Merry Patterson
oor league, the games originally C. Dyason ...forwards......Crockett
led for yesterday will be played G. Dyason, Baucis McPherson,
They are as follows: Phi Sanchez, Ringer, Johnson,
Delta vs. Monks Phi Delta Samuels Allison, Preston

MILE, TEAM RUNS-
AT RLASTODAY
Remaining Athletes Take Rest as Rain
Descends; Track Too Soft
for Use
FARRELL PREPARING FOR DUAL
MEET WITH ILLINOIS SATURDAY
With Captain Johnson and the relay
team in Philadelphia, and a hard raini
falling in Ann Arbor, Michigan track
athletes were given a day of rest
Friday. Little could be done by
Coach Farrell with the' track in its
present softened condition.
Carl's Injury Hurts Chances
Efforts of next week will be direct-
ed toward the dual meet to be held
with the University of Illinois, Sat-
urdiay, May 8. The injury to Captain
Johnson, who was, certain of four
first places in this meet, has been a
blow to the Wolverine hopes, but on
the showing of other members of the
team Michigan still has an even
break. Paul Burkholder, half miler,'
should be out early next week and,
unless he is ill again, may take points
in that event. In the indoor Confer-
ence Burkholder ran fourth to the
three Illinois winners, notwithstand-
ing the fact that he was just recover-
ing from an attack of the flu.
The weights and jumps are impor-
tant' events for Michigan, as points in
these will have to balance those made
by the Illini runners in the distanc-
es. Lashmet and Wesbrook are two
broad jumpers who should give a good
account of themselves, as they have
both placed in Big Ten meets. Wes-
brook will also be entered in the pole
vault, with Cross and Slaughter, the
Michigan three man team, which is
probably superior to any in the Con-
ference.
Stiff Drill Next Week
With the return of the relay quar-
tet to Ann Arbor drill for the coming
Illinois and Chicago dual meets will
open in earnest, and next week
should be one of unceasing activity,
unless the weather continues in its
present unfavorable state. aBrring
weather, Michigan should be ready for
high class competition by Saturday,
despite the fact that this will be the
first outdoor track meet of the year.

Junior lits C. H. Rorick, phone 63.
Soph lits, W. C. Conlin; phone 355.
Fresh lits, Herb Twining, phone
1227-M.
Senior engineers, Fred Livermore,
phone 2106-R.
Junior engineers, M. E. McGowan,
phone 1460.
Soph engineers; E. C. Miller, phone'
1262-W.
Fresh engineers, Hobart Bard,
phone 934-M:
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the latest Campus, City and World
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Fourteen teams have entered the
interclass baseball league which will

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rlon, and Phi -Rho Sigma vs. Phi

The Daily's specialty Is ser

ii. , eYeryone.--Adv.
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start next Tuesday. The schedule for
'vice to the first games will be announced in
Sunday's paper.
- - On account of the large number in
the fresh lit class, and because many
of the men wh'o are out for the All-
fresh will be eliminated before the end
of next week, the freshmen will be
given till the end of the week to en-
ter more teams. It is hoped that at
00 least two teams will enter as the intra-
mural office desires to -get as many
men as possible interested in intra-
mural activities in their first year.
The complete list of managers fol-
L lows. All men who desire to play on
any of the teams should call the man-
ager at once. Managers should use
the files in the intramural office in
helping them to locate the material in
the different classes.
Grads., Harry Ketchum, phone
1051-M.
y All-laws, Jack Watts, phone 1855.
Medics, R. O Rychener, phone 609.
Frech dents, Martin O'Hara, phone
1482-M.
nd Combined dents, Frank Thompson,
56 phone 383.
Architects, M. 4E. Hammond, phone
- 1366.
Senior lits, Russell Barnes, phone
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