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's slams were scored in the
40, 880, high jump, discus,
ivelin. In the high jump
is off form, being able to
5 feet, 8 inches.
dash- Won by Simmons
.d, Wetzel (M); third, Burke
e :10 1-5.
1 dash-Won by Simmons
ond, Wetzel (M); third
. Time :21 1-5.
run-Won by Krogh (C);
rkholder (M); third, Ddug-
rime 4:39 4-5.
high hurdles-Won by Sar-
second, Hall (C); third,
er (C). Time :16 1-5.
mile run-Won by Butler
id, Lewis (M); third, Wheel-
'ime :50 3-5.
e run-Won by Standish
id, Chute (M); third, Dooley
low hurdles-Won by Hall
d, Swift (M); third, Cruik-
. Time :24 3-5.
e-Won by Butler (M); sec-
hlolder (M); third, Douglas
e 2:02 4-5.
tlt-Won byHall (C); sec-
or (M) and Sargent (M)
;ht 11 feet, 3 inches.
-Won by Van Orden (M);
ipe (M); third, Fouche (C).
1 feet, 7 inches.
Mp-Won by Walker (M);
atts (M) and Rea (M) tied.
Yesterday 's Games
Pittsburgh 13, Brooklyn 6.
Chicago 5, New York 2.
St. Louis 13, Philadelphia
Boston 6, Cincinnati 5. /
Detroit 6, Boston 5..
New York 7, Chicago 4.
Philadelphia 11, Cleveland 8.
IN OPENINGGOL M 'C
ThREE 'UT OF FOUR CONTESTS
GO TO WOLVERINE
Michigan had little trouble in de-1
feating Ohio State 9. to 3 in the golf
match yesterday at* the Ann Arbor
Golf club links. Eiglheen holes were
played in the morning and another
18 in the afternoon. One point was
given for the morning match, one for
the afternoon, -and one for the to-
tal. Ingham, Michigan, defeated
Windett 8 up in the morning and'1
up in the afternoon, giving him a
total of 9 up for the day. Winters,
Michigan, beat Rogers, 7 up and 4
up, giving him a total of 11 up;
and Holdsworth, Michigan, beat
Deuchle 3 up and 4 up for a total
of 7 up. Gardiner was not so fortu-
nate, Forest of the Buckeyes win-
ning both matches 3 up and 2 up.
The lowest score was 73 for 18 holes
made by Ingham.
Michigan banners, pillows. jewelry,
memory books, etc. Wahr's Book-
Special attention given to summer
frocks. Mabel A. Wolford Shop, 721 N.
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Summary-100 yard dash-Won by
Setright, Jackson; second, Blaumann,
Detroit Northwestern; third, Peel,
Ann Arbor; fourth, Ozias, Highland
Park. Time, 10 3-5. One mile run-
Won by Brenton, Detroit Northwest-
ern; second, Brinker, Detroit Eastern;
third, Peterson, Muskegon; fourth,
Kazlow, Detroit Central. Time, 4:43
3-5. 220 yard dash--Won by Blau-
mann, Detroit Northwestern; second,
Voelker,' Detroit Eastern; third, Eas-
on, Detroit Northwestern; fourth, Mc-
Donald, Detroit Northwestern. Time,
23 1-5 sec. 120 yard high hurdles--
Won by Haggerty, Ypsilanti; second,,
Snider, Detroit Northwestern; third,
Peel, Ann Arbor; fourth, Merriam,
Grand Rapids Central. Time, 16 3-5.
Quarter mile-Won by McCausland,'
Detroit Eastern; second, Davis, De-.
troit Northwestern; third, Cook,
Muskegon; fourth, Cannon, Lansing.
Time, 52 1-5.
Half mile-Won by Wanamaker,
'Highland Park; second, Hart, 'Sag-
inaw Arthur Hill; third, Meyers, Ann
Arbor; fourth, Walsh, Grand Rapids
Central. Time, 2:05. Shot put-Won
by Stuart, Detroit Eastern; second,
Simpson, Detroit Northwestern; third,
Steeneck, Detroit Southwestern;
fourth, Hondelink, Grand Rapids Cen-
tral. Distance, 42 feet, 11 3-4 inches.
Hammer throw-Won by Hondelink,
Grand Rapids Central; second, Stuart,
Detroit Eastern; third, Hamilton, De-
troit Eastern; fourth, Bebean, Ann
Arbor. Distance, 139. feet, 3 inches.
220 yard low hurdles-Won by Hag-
gerty, Ypsilanti; second, Snider, De-
troit Northwestern; third, Meyers, De-
troit Cass Tech; fourth, Merriam,
Grand Rapids Central. Time, 26 3-5.
Pole vault-Won by Snider, Detroit
Northwestern, and Huff, Detroit Eas-
tern, tied; third, Trout, Detroit Cen-
tral, and Grainder, Kalamazoo, and
Day, Detroit Northwestern, tied.
Height, 10 feet, 6 inches. Broad jump
-Won by Ozias, Highland Park; sec-
ond, Grainder, Kalamazoo; third, Bo-
hannon, Lafayattee, Ind.; fourth, Sni-
der, Detroit Northwestern. Distance,
20 feet, 4 3-8 inches.
High jump-Won by Snider, Detroit
Northwestern; second, Huebler, Ann
Arbor; third, Jaynow, Jackson; fourth,
Blalock, Det. Cent., and Stuart, Ann
Arbor, and Haas, Detroit Eastern, tied.
Height, 5 feet, 4 1-4 inches. Discus-
Won by Mulder, Muskegon; second,
Simpson, Detroit Northwestern; third,
Palmer, Grand Rapids Central; fourth,,
Wolcox, Lansing. Distance, 103 feet,
7 inches. One mile relay-Won by
Toledo Scott; .second, Highland Park;
third, Kalamazoo; fourth, Detroit
Northwestern. Time, 1:34 4-5.,
BIG LEAGUE LEADERS
PITTSBURGk AND CLEVELAND
Pittsburgh and Cleveland are still
setting the pace in the major leagues
although both are closely pressed for
their honors. The New York clubs ap-
pear to have cornered the runner-up
positions, the Giants being two and
a half games behind the Pirates and
the Yanks two games behind Cleve-
Pittsburgh has had no trouble win-
ning on their Eastern trip, taking two
out of three from the Phillies, three
out of four from Boston and four
straight from the Dodgers.
Detroit is playing-fast and is only
a half game behind the Yanks. Cobb
has surely done wonders, with the
material with which he had to start
The following are the five leading
BASEBALL MEN SUGGEST
FORMER WOLVERINE MENTOR
WOULD BE HONORED
"Carl Lundgren day", in honor of
the former Michigan coach and as
an evidence of appreciation by mem-
bers of men who played under him,
is proposed by "Slicker" Parks and
other members of last year's Varsity
for next Saturday when Michigan
meets Illinois in a diamond contest
which will probably decide the West-
ern Conference ball; championship.
Athletic officials are all reported
to be in favor of the proposition, and
according to the tentative plans, a
day will be set aside for taking up
a collection, which will permit the
purchase of a suitable remembrance.
Wednesday, the, day of the contest
with M. A. C., is being considered as
a possible date for taking up the col-
Varsity baseball men all believe
that Coach Lundgren deserves this
recognition through his/seven years
of excellent coaching at Michigan, in
which time he brought four cham-
pionships to the Wolverines. It is
also pointed out that this will furthei
aid in bringing about a better feeling
of understanding between the two
schools, which in the future are des-
tined to be the chief athletic competi-
tors in the West.
3:45-Junior lits vs. Senior
6:45-Nu Sigma Nu vs.
4:15-Dents vs. Junior
south Ferry field.
Have you lost anything that you
prize very highly? , The Classified
columns of The Michigan Daily are
always ready to serve you.-Adv.
Call me before you hire out for this
summer. ,296-R. C. A,.-Carl sten.-Adv.
A fraternity or
fancy hat band
is throw-Won by Jacob (M);
Dunne (M) and Van Orden
d. Distance, 121 feet, 3 inches.
mer throw-Won by Redinon
cond, Stipe (M); third, Schmidt
Distance, 120 feet, 6 inches.
d jump-Won by' Lewis (M);
Cruikshank (M); third, Schne-
(C). Distance 20 feet, 6 1-41
lin throw-Won by Hoffman
econd, Dunne (M) ; third, Tid-!
Distance 182.1 feet.
minaries in the following
of the inter-fraternity tracki
will be held on Ferry field to-
v at 2:30 o'clock: 100 yard
220 yard' dash, 440 yard dash,
rd dash, 120 yard high hurdles,
rd low hurdles, high jump,
throw, and the two mile re-
[he finals of the two mile
will be run at this time. ThisI
subject to change at the dis-
. of the Intramural department
will be necessary for all those
ing to be 'on hand promptly
1 fraternity must have a repre-
ve at the field by 2 o'clock to-
, afternoon who will present to
icials of the meet a complete
list for his team. Any entries
ave not yet been filed will be
ed at that time.
ral matches in the third round
All-campus tennis tourna-
have not been played. Those
es must be finished by Tuesday
g, May 24. Is is essential that
n as a match .is completed that
nner report %the results at the
aural office. Sculley,; 1017-J,
ogman, 437-M; Osborne, 1744,
cks, 2100-M; Snider, 1615,mvs.
heim, 265-J; 'Segall, vs., Hanies,
MacArthur, 18, vs. Kaufman,
[; Weyandm, 1460, vs. Greg-
Klein, 1744-J, vs. Ackerman,
following fourth round match-
.st be completed by Saturday
g, May 28: Robbins, 1422-M.
bchez, 668-R; Parsons, 1951-M,
audette, 1951-M; Steiner, 1741-1
TH SLASON IS OPEN
A Brand New
batters in each league: National
League-Hornsby, St. Louis, ' 457,
Snider, New York, 392; Maranville,
Pittsburgh, 368; Nicholson, Boston,
ican League-Hleilman, Detroit, 455;
Cobb, Detroit, 395; Stephenson, Cleve-
land, 381; Sisler,. St. Louis, 380;
Bassler, Detroit, 379.
STRA W HATS
$¢ $4.00to :$6. oo-
21A THING SUITS
$3.00 to $8.oo
3Il 5I dt¢ .91.
The Musical Clubs
The, brogue oxfords you'vet
looking for-made especially tor
Campus requests. $10.00. Davis'
gery Shop, 119 So. Main St.-Adv.
Sell Them Now ----
- - A Variety Program - -
HROWN in a.corner and literally rot-
. ting from neglect, your discarded
clothes will bring you, very little when
you sell them at the end of the school
year-as you surely will.
Now's the time to get the greatest re-
turns from them-while they still have
some value for us., We'll buy them, for
we re anxious to get men's and women's
used clothing and shoes-and we pay
the highest cash prices.
Music, Novelty Acts,
We'il call at once
An Hour and a Half of Joy
Make Your Plans NoW\
CL A U D E
R -A NEW NARROW
d't t An
Opposite Court House on Fourth