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ks Re-elected
rseball Captain

Vernon H. Parks, '21, was- unani-
mously re-elected captain of the base-
ball team for 1921 at a meeting of the
squad held Wednesday afternoon. This
in the second time in the history of
Michigan that any man has led the
diamond athletes for two consecutive.
years. John D. Hibbard, '87, now a
member of the Board in Control of
Athletics is the other man to hold that
honor.
The clever Wolverine pitcher has
demonstrated to the complete satis-
facAion of all his ability to lead and
lead well. During his career on Pich-
igan's ball teams he has never lost a
Conference game, and but three earn-
?d runs have been scored against him
tiis year. During the 43 1-3 innings
which he pitched this season he has
struck out 45 opposing' batters.
Contrary to the usual custom for
pitchers, Slicker is also good with the
stick, having hit for a .353 average
this year. His fielding average is
1.000. All of these figures date up to
the Illinois game of last week.

CAIFORNIA RULES As-
86fAVORITE IN MEET
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Competition in the 440 is harder,
three men having done the distance
in under :50 seconds during the past
week. Hendrixson, California, was
timed in 48:2 at Philadelphia; Spetz,
Wisconsin, did 48:2 against the Chi-
cago quarter milers, and Wolters,
Ames, captured the 440 in the Mis-
souri Valley meet in 49:.4. Other
dangerous men are: Emery. and
Spink, - Illinois; Butler and Wetzel,
Michigan.
There is a wealth of possibilities in
the half mile. Johnson of Des Moines
college bears the marks of a winner
as do Sprott, California; Meehan,
Notre Dame; ,Brown and Spink, Illi-
nois; Wolters, Ames; Speer, Chicago;
Burkholder, Michigan and Steinhil-
ber, Ohio.
Most probable winners in the mile
are Burke, Notre Dame; Sprott,Cali-
fornia; and Watson, Kansas Aggies.
Still Furnas, P3urdue; Otis,. Chcago;
and Ferguson, Ohio, look good. May-
nard of Michigan has a chance of plac-
ing in the two mile, but can hardly be
expected to win, over such men as
Watson of the Kansas Aggies; Ander-
'son, Ohio; Moore, Chicago; Furnas,
Purdue; and Dusenberry, Illinois.
The hurdles offer a difficulty to the
dopester. Wright, Nebraska; John-
son, Michigan; Nabar, Wabash; Knol-
lin, Wisconsin. and Ueland, Minneso-
ta, being favorites.
California should score heavily in
the field events. Merchant, will prob-
ably win the hammer throw, and, if
,Johnson is not jumping well, should
carry the day in the broad jump.,Maj-
ors will malie the discus throwers and.
shot putters work to beat him, only
Higgins, Chicago; Bennett,' Illinois;
Baker, Michigan; and Slater, Iowa.
looming as dangerous opponents. In
the javelin,' Miller of Purdue looks'
good for a win, with Hoffman, Mich-
igan; Sundt, Wisconsin; and Slater,
Iowa, hot on his trail.' The high lump
should go to Osborne, Illinois, or More-
head, Ohio, with Peterson,* California,
Endres, Wisconsin, and Wesbrook and
Slaughter favored in the pole vault.

YESTERDAY'S GAMEST

If Its artistic wall-paper you want,
at right prices call at C. H. Major &
Co.'s, 203 E. Washington St. Phone
237.-Adv.

American
Philadelphia 4, New York 5.
Boston i, Washington. 2.
Detroit 6, Cleveland 3.
Chicago 6, St. Louis 4.

National
New York 6 and 9, Boston 0 and 5,
two games.
Brooklyn 2, Philadelpihia 0.
Cincinnati at Iittsburgh, rain.
SOPH LITS WIN SECOND PLACE
IN CLASS BASEBALL SERIES
An extremely well played game was
won by the sophomore literary ball
ning in the race for second place ov-
er the sophomore engineers by the
score of 8 to .\ This gives the win-
ning lits the second place in the all
campus series and gives the soph
engineers third.

Select paper now for those
and have them papered during
tion. C. H. Major &Co.O 203 E.
ington St. Phone 237-Adv.

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Letters have been received from
Northwestern, Chicago and Illinois
saying they will send two men golf
teams here to play a tournament un-
der Conference rules June 11 and 12.
Ohio and Wisconsin have not ans-
wered indgard to the match yet but
t it is expected that they will compete.
The matches will be played at the
Ann Arbor Colf links under the sanc-
tion of the Athletic authorities here.
Under'normal conditions each school
would send a four man team but be-
e cause the arrangements were effected
so quickly it was thought better to
play only the two men. It is expect-
ed, however, that a regular Confer-
ence tourney can be held in October
with regular four man tea .s o mipt.

A YOU INTERESTED in the
WELFARE OF YOUNG MENt
Play is as necessary as work.
Any game which is interesting
enough to afford real Re-crea-
tion is a beneficial game, pro-
vided it is played amid clean,
decent srroundings.
Most young men prefer games
like billiards for their leisure
- hours. If you are interested in
the welfare of young men, you
are invited to visit our billiard
parlors as oftenas you wish,
You will find that this is a
place of clean. sport, where
gambling, profanity and other
undesirable elements are abso-
lutely TABOO.
HUSTON BROS.
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VARSITY NET TEAM
DEFEATS CARNEGIE
Handicapped by the absence of Cap-
tain Walter Wesbrook, Michigan's ten-
nis team scored a four to two victory
over Carnegie Tech Wednesday and
Thprsday. Play on the first day gave
the visitors two out of three matdhes,
but the remiining Wolverines came
back strong yesterday and scored a
clean sweep.
Munz. defeated Bailey of Carnegie
after loi(ng the first set, 2-6, 6-4, 6-2.
Angell had little trouble in disposing
of Stockslager, 6-1, 6-4.. Davis won
the only singles match for the visi-
(Continued on Page Eight)
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