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- New York 7, Washington 1.
tCleveland 3, Chicago 2.
Boston 4, Philadelphia 3.
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Brooklyn 4, New York 3.
Chicago 0, Pittsburg 2.
- Cincinnati 3, St. Louis 1.
Boston 4, Philadelphia 3.
VARYTANK MEN TO-
TAKE ON INELISIRLES
tic teams face the
wo days of the year
'hen two baseball
c meet and one ten-
e played Friday and
e and Wisconsin are
d opponents, Ohio
, and Illinois, the
HYDE IS STELLAR I
Tank swimming will
al splash of the Spring
make the fin-
season at the
he position as focus of Y. M. C. A. at 8:30 o'clock next Wed-
Illinois track and field nesday evening, when the Varsity
an and Illinois have al- swimming team will battle in a dual
one close battle this meet with the Ineligibles. The lat-
ndoor Conference meet, ter will be a' team picked from,
n from Champaign took Freshmen, whose ability did not
With Captain John- I quite merit them a place on. the Var-
out of the meet, Coach sity, or "whose scholastic standing did
rdly confident of vic- not permit them to compete. Capt. G.
cts an even break. The W. Hyde, '23, of the Ineligibles, urges'
.e team have been aided all men to be out for practice today
veather of the past few and tomorrow so that the task of
trained for the event. picking his team will be . made eas-
rdue Strong ier.
be one of the best base- le is optimistic concerning the
come, to Ann Arbor prospects of victory, as he will have
. the possible exception some of the fastest men on the squad
ine. The Boilermakers to swim for him. Hyde himself is
from Wisconsin, and without a doubt the best all-around
3 thrilling 1 to 1 game, swimmer in college, and only his
heaver of the LafAy- status 'as a Freshman prevents him
I probably oppose Cap- from competing for the Varsity. Val-
the mound in this en- entine and Dallavo, two other first,
year men, are fairly sure of being
omes with a rather among -those present when- the free
it the dame will be in- style events are started next Wednes-
his i$ the first visit of i day night, and both are sure of the
since 1905. Wisdonsin ability of the Ineligibles to down the
3 RUNER OT
Capt. Johnson, Burkholder, and Losch
Unable tb Compete Sat
BUTLER AND WETZEL SHOULD
SHOW CLASS IN' 440 DASH
Luck, always a dominant factor in
athletic events, seems to Have deserted
the Michigan track team, for three
names which have occupied much
space in newspaper columns because
of their owners' abilities on the cinder
path will be absent from the list of
Wolverines who meet Illinois here on
First and most prominent of those
three names is that 'of Capt. Carl
Johnson. The other two are Burk-
holder and Losch. How the Maize and
Blue can win the laurels of victory on
Saturday without the services of these
men is a puzzle even to the most op-
tomistic of the Michigan supporters.
Johnson's absence will rob the Wol-
verines of at least 15 points unless
the other entries in his events do
more than is expected of them, while
the inability of Burkholder and Losch
to compete still further subtracts from
the expected total.
While Coach Farrell thinks John-
son capable of doing a small amount
of work on Saturday he is firm in his
belief that the ultimate gain which
will- be made by withholding him, is
worth the sacrifice. Not far away oq
the athletic horizon looms the Confer-
ence meet, and victory in this meet be-
ing inestimably more important than
a win against Illinois, Steve is cer-
tainly justified in his decision to keep
Johnson from working Saturday.
The feature event' of Saturday's
meet will, in all probability, be the
quarter mile. The battle for first and
third honors is sure to be a great
one. For the former, Butler and
Emery are expected to furnish thrills
for the crowd, with the dope giving
the Michigan favorite the edge. But-
ler "outran Emery in the indoor meet
at Northwestern, and is looked to for
a repition of his well-earned victory.
For third, place Cal Wetzel and Don-
ohoe are dpped to run a fast race.
Either, however, may spring' a sur-
prise and break the tape in first pos-
ition. Whatever ,the result this one
race alone is almost sure to be worth
the walk to Ferry field to see.
Arrangements will be made so that
spectators may see both the track
meet" and the baseball game. The
forner will probably be run off at
2 o'clock and the latter at 4 o'clock.
'20 ENGINEERS AND
'22 LITS VICTORS
Interclass ball teams got into ac-
tion yesterday when the soph lits de-
teated the junior lits 22 to 6, and the
senior engineers came out on the long
end of an 11 to 2 count.
The soph lits have a strong team
and it looks as though they would.
make a strong bid for the champion-
ship. Vick and Wimbles were the all-
around stars of this aggregation,
while Kresge made a home run with'
the bases full. Parker, right fielder
for the juniors was the best Individ-
ual on his team, clouting out a home
run' .and making two phenomenal
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The senior engineers also boast a
good aggregation. Fuller, Towner,
Gabell, and Reniger did the best work
for this team, while Hickey was the
outstanding star for their opponents,
the soph engineers.
Today's game is between the
and the dents. The freshman
neers will be out' for their first
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Detain Boys for Bicycle Thefts
Two boys of high school age are in
the detention home awaiting trial in
the probate court today .for theft of
bicycles. They have admitted stealing
18 within 'the last two months, eight
of which have already been recover
ed by the police.
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e Big Ten.
squad, but the
> win. Walter
e game this
ipon the track
ter should be
Hyde's best bet in the plunge for
distance will be Million, '20, who has
been only slightly inferior to._ Koch
and Adanis of.the. Varsity in prac-
tice, and may be able to show that
he should have been selected in place
of one of the two regular plungers.
M!lllion, it will, be remembered, car-
ried off'the honors in the plunge in
the interclass meet. In the breast
stroke, Broock of the Varsity will
have to work his best, to down Par-
ker and Hanson.
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