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PLAYS FINALS WITH ROBBINSi
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s will be f.l.ed en-
o have formerly play-
nines. The first base
lt out between New-
. Van Boven and
'ear's nine will con-
one position. Langen-
rtain of his outfield
ssner, Perrin and
w men on the Var-
>erry, sporting writer
'ribune, was in Ann
looking over Lund-
in. Mr. Cruisenberry
of all the big league
ii and is now looking
nines of the West-
He had seen Indi-
O. S. U. before lpok-
ng to Mr. Cruisepberry, mndi-
r the tutelage of Mordecai
as one of the most promis-
e nines he has seen. He
- battery men look excep-
trong. Kunkel and Jeffries
ns of known worth.
and 0. S. U. are starting
en material which gives
f development. Bliss, the
3. U second basemai, is ,out
oken ankle. Purdue has a
t hander in Webber. Wis-
a team of possibilities, but
men. Illinois is at present
th training. Wednesday they
the Mississippi Aggies by a
ard Games Expected
leaving Coach Lundgren
ke no statement as to the
itcome of the trip. He said
pects some hard games with
id Vanderbilt. The Vander-
hut out the Nashville South-
e team 3 to 0 Wednesday,
hem to a single hit. With
s as these to meet the Wol-
could return in condition to
the Conference teams.
ssues Call for Grid Players
r with a call for all base-
dates at Harvard comes an
peal for football material.
son authorities expect to
tg practice in the very near
i already Coach Fischer and
nold Horween are getting
s together in anticipation of
In the final round of the interfra-
ternity relay race, Phi Kappa Psi won
the campus championship by defeat-
ing Alpha Delta Phi yesterday after-
noon. The winning team made up of
Froemke, Dunne, Pentecost. and
Cruikshank negotiated the distance in
The Phi Psi team had eliminated all
of its opponents with apparent ease.
Such also had been the case with the
Alpha Delts and the final race be-
tween the two was anticipated with
no little interest. The memebrs of
the losing team were Swift, Gambel,
Lux, and Walter.
GOES TO GEHRING
Carl 16. Gehring, 120, yesterday de-
feated Irving B. Clark for the Uni-
versity handball championship. Al-
though Clark had previously shown
good form and had come through his
other matches successfully, Gehring
had little trouble in downing him by
a score of 21-5, 21-11, and- 21-15.
The final match in the doubles was
one of the closest sets played in the
University courts, and was the only
contest in the tournament which ran.
five games. The winning team, com-
posed of F. Sanchez, '23E, and J. V.
Brucker, '22L, was forced to fight
every minute of play, and Horace An-
drews, '22, showed exceptional cool-
ness and skill in the defense.
Doctor May has ordered silver cups
for Gehring, Sanchez, and Brucker,
to be presented in behalf of the gym-
nasium. As both Gehring and Clark
were defeated early in the doubles
matches, and Sanchez and Brucker
were beaten in singles, the distribu-
tion of honors was equal.
UNDERCLASS LAWS HIGH
SCORERS IN BOWLING
High score in the interclass bowl-
ing tournament is still held by the
underclass laws. The senior engin-
eers and junior lits have strong teams
,nd may raise this total when they
Phi Delta Theta now leads the inter-
fraternity bowling tourney. That
team spilled 2,517 pins in its match.
lpha Delta Pi is next with 2,495,
9hi Kappa Epsilon with 2,322, Sigma
Nu, with 2,187 and Zeta Psi with 2,001.
Miller, Phi Delta Theta, holds high
score for three games, 577 while Da-
mon of the same team has bowled the
best single game. His score was 234.
Several teams reserved the alleys for
games late Thursday, so the leaders of
the fraternity race may be displaced
(By J. E. McNanis)
Fearlessly battling the eleme'nts,
tearing through drift upon drift of
new-fallen snow, Dog-trot Bushnell
flashed across the, line a few feetj
ahead of Hard-heel Hart, former Daily
sports editor, in the sensational fin-1
ish of the Campus Invitation 100 yard
dash held yesterday on Ferry field.
The race was attended by many cam-
pus celebrities,-Knight Mirrielees and
George Duffield of the Michigan Union
Opera company, Steve Farrell of the
Varsity track team, and others of
From the report of the starting shot
gun in the expert hands of Bob Cook
to the official picture, snapped by Lyn-
don, the enthusiastic crowd of 50 fer-
vid track followers cheered the intrep-
id sprinters, clad a la Mack Sennett,
on their dogged way.
Coach Farrell was amazed at the
time for the excruciating distance, the
calendars secured for the purpose
catching the speedsters in 15 seconds
flat. The winner, Dog-trot, was flag-
ged by the clerk of the course as he
broke the tape with his manly chest.
At that moment Hard-heel was glimps-
ed one yard in the rear.
Barry Stuart, promoter, leant color
to the occasion with his close-fitting
derby, natty black and white checked
jacket, and tan vest. Jack Dakin, as
the band, featured.
Money-heaps and piles of it-
changed hands. There are those who
will have many a merry time on the
dollar won, and those that will mourn
the lost malted milk. But so it is on
all races, as long as young blood still
The Daily's specialty is service to
By defeating H. E. Byrne, Sigma Chi,
by a score of 25 to 14 at the Union
billiard room Wednesday afternoon.
D. K. White, Theta Chi, won the op-
portunity to play B. C. Robbins, Sig-
ma Phi, for the championship of the
interfraternity three-cushion billiard
tournament which has been in pro-
gress at the Union for the past two
White displayed a class of play that
has been seldom equalled in the tourn-
aments recently held.
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