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LYERINES MEET9ON 09
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l'rchigan-Chicago Track Meet Begins
at 2:0 O'clock This Afternoon
on Ferry Field
FARRETJNS OUTFIT FAVORED '
TO 1(E DECISIVE WINERS
For the first and only time this year
the F Wolverine track team As to be
seen in action on Ferry field when,
with the wearers of the Maroon of the,
University of Chicago, they answer
the call of the clerk of course at 2:30
o'clock this afternoon.
The fact that there seems but lit-
te doubt as to the final outcome of
the meet has not detracted one whit
from the wide campus interest which
is being taken in it, and it is expect-
ed that every available seat will be
taken long before the first event is
called.a
All But Three Firsts
That AU chigan should win easily is
generally conceded, for the Wolver-
ines, if they run up to form, should
take first places in all but three]
events, with the possibility of sec-1
onds and thirds in these. The mile,
two mile, and hammer throw are the
events in which'the Maroons excel.I
Even with Losch out of the sprints
Michigan is expected to gain a victory
in each, as Simmons is acknowledged
one of the fastest in the Conference,
and the absence of Forbes in the 440
does not rob the Wolverines of a sure
first, for the, quarter is Captain But-
tr's big event. The Maize and Blue
leader is also counted on to show to"
advantage in the half.
Walker Has Cich
Walker should have a cinch in the
high jump, and Naylor in the pole
vault may be counted on for another
first. Cruikshank should share high
point honors with Simmons, for in
the hurdles and broad jump he ex-
cels anything Chicago has thus far of-
fered. Stipe, Van Orden, and Dunne
form the Wolverine weight nucleus
with Schmidt and Jacobs lending
their aid, while in the javelin a fight
for first honors is expected between
Hoffman and Dunne, both of Michi-
gan.
Professor Lorch Receives Honor
At the annual convention of the
Association of Collegiate School of
architecture held in Washington, D.
C., last week, Prof. Emil Lrch, of
the college of architecture was elected
prqsident of the association.
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SPORT CALENDAR
9:30-Golf match, Ohio State vs.
Michigan, Ann Arbor Golf club.
9:30-Finals in the Interscholastic
track meet, Ferry field.
2:30-Varsity.track meet, Chicago vs.
Michigan, Ferry field.'
3:30-Detroit Roses vs. Michigan,
{ soccer football, south Ferry field.
: Medie League -
1:00-Phi Chi vs. Phi Beta Pi.
1:00-Cheever A. C. vs. Barney's en-
gineers.
1:45-Nu Sigma Nu vs. Phi Beta Pi.
1:45-Phi Rho Sigma vs. Independ-
ents.
1: 45-Alpha Kappa Kappa vs. Phi
Chi.
Intramnural Items
Class Baseball
Freshman lits 11, Sophomore engi-
neers 8.,
Fraternity Baseball
Phi Chi 7, Phi Rho Sigma 6.
Nu Sigma Nu 13, Phi Beta Pi'll.
Independents 6, Alpha Kappa Kap-
fpa 5..
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Alpha Rho Chi 2, Delta Tau Delta 0.
Sigma Phi Epsilon 2, Alpha Sigma
Phi 1.
Walbridge defeated Weiss, 2-6, 6-4.
Yesterday 's Games
American League
Detroit 12, Boston 2.
Cleveland 16, Philadelphia 3.
Chicago 6, New York 5.
St. Louis 5, Washington 4.
National League
Pittsburgh 3, Brooklyn 2.
Newt York 10, Chicago 0.
Cincinnati 5, Boston 4.
Philadelphia 4, St. Louis 3.

BAL TEAM LAYE
ON WESTERN TRIP
Chicago Will Present Formidable Out-
fit Today; Fritz Crisler Probable '
Hurler of Maroon Nine
DIXON, LIVERANCE TO DOj
PITCHING FOR WOLVERINES
Michigan's Varsity baseball nine en-
trained 15 strong last night for a
Western trip of two games with Chi-
cago and Iowa. Today the Wolverine
pastimers swing into action againstrthe:
strong Maroon team, and on Monday
they battle the Hawkeyes.
While the Michigan team has a rec-
ord of victories over both aggregation
hard games are expected at both plac-
es. With Fritz Crisler on the mound,
the Chicago outfit will be more formid-
able than when they played the Wol-
verines to a ten inning game on Fer-
ry field. Dixon is Coach Fisher's
choice for pitching duty today, and if
he goes like he did against Ohio State,
Michigan should add andther win to'
her list of victories.
Because of the way he turned down
Iowa last Saturday, Liverance will be
called upon to pitch Monday at Iowa
City. Here another win should be
added to the Wohlerine string. With
five Conference victories already cred-
ited to them, the Michigan, players are
determined to keep a clean slate for
the rest of the season.
A light workout yesterday primed
the Wolverines for the trip, and with
practically the entire squad laying off
Thursday for Pratt day in. Detroit, the
men should be thoroughly rested up.
In the last few games the Wolverines
have been playing almost perfect ball,
each man having improved greatly in
the field and at bat, and the coach is
looking for continued improvement

and excellent performances from all
his men.
Captain Pete Van Boven, Uteritz,
Shackleford,' Karpus, Vick, Perrin,
Genebach, Klein, Dixon, Liverance,
Schultz, Ruzicka, Johnson, Roby, Dunn,
Coach Fisher, aild Manager Porter
made the trip.
Entry Lists For
Interfraternity
Mleet Close Soon
With the time for closing the entry
lists in the interfraternity track meet
near at hand, the houses are signing
up well, but it is believed that there
are a large number which have failed;
to do so, although desiring to enter.
Positively no entries will be accepted
after 2 o'clock Monday, at which time
a representative of the intramural
department will be on Ferry field to
take any ast minute entries. Further,
it must b~e noted that, by that time,
each house must have turned 'in to
the intramural department a list of
the entrants in each event. Until noon
Monday this may be done at' the of-
fice of the department. After that
time a member of the fraternity must
appear on Ferry field with the lists
of his entries.
The following events are on the
card: 100, 220, 440, and 880 yard1
runs, 120 yard low hurdles dnd 220

yard high hurdles, mile and two mile
distances, broad jump, high jump, pole
vault, discus, shot put, javelin throw,
and a relay of four man teams, 200
yard per man. In addition there is to
be a pentathlon consisting of the run-
ning broad jump, 12 pound shot put,
discus, 100 yard dash, and half mile.
First four places will count in each
event, and each house entering will
receive points on the fraternity chart,
the winner to receive 125 and the re-
mainder grading down.f
SOCCER ELEVEN TO
PLAY STATE CHAMPS
Michigan's informal soccer team
meets the Roses of Detroit this after-
noon. The Roses are Michigan state
champions this year and come to Ann

Arbor with only gne defes
games. ,Although soccer ha
been recognized as a Varsity E
team has been chosen on a coy
basis and those interested in I
of athletics have an exceller
tunity this afternoon to see
team in action. The game w
at 3:30 o'clock on south Fei
All the Michigan team mer
requested to report at the cl
not later than 3 o'clock. Play
bring their coupon books.
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