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FRIDAY ' a
4:05-Varsity baseball game, Michigan
vs. Ohio, Ferry field..'
6:45-,Phi Rho Sigma vs. Indepen-1
dents, Glen avenue -diamond.
6:45-Phi Chi vs. Alpha Kappa Kappa,
Phi Chi diamond.
FOR BALL PLAYERS
Frequent Rests Given Members of
Both Track and Field
WEIGHT MEN IMPROVE
AS BIG TEN MEET NEARS
Track training for Michigan's ag-
gregation has reached its height, ac-
cording to Coach Steve Farrell, and
after a mile relay race to be run at
4 o'clock ° this afternoon between
teams chosen by Captain Butler and
Cal Wetzel, a gradual tapering-off
process for the Conference meet will
be th9 order. Approximately half the
nien took a day off yesterday, and,
there will be no practice at all Sat-
The Cheever A. C. wants prac-
tice games with any fraternity,
class, or independent teams for
Saturday afternoons or after 5
o'clock on week days. The club
will play either indoor or regu-
lation ball. Coach Mitchell had
agreed to furnish officials and
catchers equipment for these
games. Team managers wishing
to arrange for games call Liver-
more between 8 and 12 o'clock at
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Yesterday 's Games
Philadelphia 9," Brooklyn 1.
New York 5, Boston 3.
Cincinnati 4, Pittsburgh 1.
Chicago-St. Louis-no game.
Detroit 11, Chicago 1.
Chicago 6, Detroit 5.
ANNOUNCE PROGRAM FOR -
NATIONAL TRACK MEET, JUNE 18
Chicago, May 26.-The committee
which is managing the national track
and field meet to be held in Chicago,
June 18, announced the following pro-
grim of college championship events:
'100-yard dash, 220-yard dash, 440-
hurdles in :15 2-5, and
hundred-yard dash in :14.
men, it is announced, wi
.the national meet.
Read The Daily for Ca
By Trip or
the prospect of three hard
this week end, Coach Fisherf
ds men a comparatively light
gut yesterday afternoon. Most
drill was in the handling of
in which he worked Karpus,
eford, Dixon, and Liverance.
one point at which the Wol-
i have not shown well and Fish-
aking no chances on having a
on such a play today.
Liverauce to Start Game
rance will start today's game
O. . U., Dixon being saved
e Indians. It is possible that
z will be used against Wisconsin
coration day. Coach Fisher is
concerned over the game today
he Illinois game believing that
igan can defeat the Buckeyes
Till have nothing to fear from
. Although Wisconsin must be
ed with they are not nearly so
able as the other two teams.
n the game starts at 4:05 o'clock
fternoon both teams will have
usual line-up with either Fish
aw in the box for the visitors.
a a veteran and if he pitches to-
tould give the Wolverines some
idgren Collection to be Taken
ung the game today a collection
e taken for the purpose of rais-
hough money tp present. Carl
ren with a remembrance at to-
ichigan can defeat the Ohio State
oday they will go up against the
with exactly the same percent-
s that team, both having won
ames without a defeat. "
following is the lineup for to-
IParty ride$ sapi
TEXAS PLAYER COMMENTS
PRE-SEASON- WORK IN
Fort Worth, Tex., May 26.-Down
in what high salaried stars of the maj-
or baseball leagues term "the bushes,"
a discarded big leaguer is making such
a valiant effort to prove that ball play-
ers do come back, that he is giving
Babe Ruth and George Kelly a real
race for national home run hitting
Clarence Kraft, first baseman of the
Fort Worth club of the Texas league,
is the player who is trying to drive
his way back to the major leagues via
the home run route. On April 28 he
smashed out his seventh homer of the
season-four days before Kelly made
his seventh and before Ruth had
-knocked out his sixth. -
FaJls as Big Leaguer
Kraft was tried out by the Boston
and Brooklyn national league clubs
in 1914; and sent to Newark. Even
there he was not 'considered good
enough.-to stick. But now, in the Tex-
as league, this "discard" has made up
his mind to get back in the majors and
bids fair to literally smash his way
into another tryout.
Overtraining, which may prove
dangerous before the season closes,'
faces the baseball player who on,-
ters ineb some other sport between
seasons, according to Kra.
The home run hitter pho played'
basketball eardy i his diamond ca-
reer, warned beginners against over-
"A ball player who engages in oth-
er sports between seasons i's as liable
to overtrain much the same as a prize
fighter and he will suffer the same ef-
fect," Kraft said. "A little basketball'
playing, or some other exercise ig good
to work off surplus ish and put a
baseball player into condition just be-
fore the opening of the spring train-
ing season, but it should not be over-
Phi Beta Pi.....3
Alpha Kappa Kappa. 2
Phi Rho Sigma.....I
Cruikshank, star broad jumper and
hurler of thd Wolverine team, put in
his first appearance of the week yes-
terday, and he engaged in a light
workout. He reported himself in fine
condition, but Steve would let him
take only an easy drill, as he is
counting on Cruik for points in the
Big Ten meet. His leg is in better
shape than for some time this sea-
Improvement in - the weight squad
has been noted by the coach in the
last few days. Steady work has im-
proved Stipe in -the hammer,, and if
his good form continues, he will be
a contender in the hammer throw.
Schmidt, a first year man on the
squad, has also been coming to the
front in te hammer throw, and with
a little more experience, -he will be
a valuable man to the team. In re-
cent wborkouts ha has tossed the
heavyweight as far as 118 feet, and he
appears capable of going beyond this
The Independent team of the Fresh-
Medic league won the championship
with five games to its, credit and no
defeats. The Nu Sigma Na finished
second with only one defeat and that
at the hands of the league leaders.
Wimbles' junior lits won- 4n easy
game from the freshman lits Wednes-
day afternoon on south Ferry field
by a 5-0 score. Kresge pitched well
for the winners and was never in
danger. Extra base hits were re-
sponsible for the five scores the up-
Director Mitchell announces " that1
all "M" men -who are seniors in the
University are eligible for member-
ship in the "M" club. jThis member-.
ship entitles the wearer to admit-
tance to all athletic contests played
at the University and it is desired
that all who are eligible for mem-
bership join at once. Application may
be made at the Intramural office. The
membership now numbers 500, em-
bracing a good number of names well
known in Michigan's athletic his-'
ALL-A IERICANS OUT OF
RUNNING FOR BRITISH TITLE'
yard dash, 880-yard run, one-mile run,
two-mile run, 120-yard high hurdles,
220-yaird lo, hurdles, running broad
jump,, running high jump, pole vault,
16-pound shot put, 16-pound hammer
throw, javelin throw, and discus ,
The winner of any one of these
events will be the recognized college
champion of the National Collegiate
Athletic association for 1921. With this
honor as a goal, the college athletes
from every section of the United States
are in training for the meet.
The Drake -relays demonstrated that
the middle-west will be able to nomin-
ate some athletes of class for the na-
tional meet. Webb, Higgins, and Yates
all run the-hal mile in 1:56; Bretnall
ran the 440 in :49; and Watson, the
mile in 4:26. Wright won the- high
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UNGE RULES FOR
P TENNIS CONTESTS
,E ' Sprinters Work fard ,
After having suffered a slump in the1
past month, Van Orden has gradual-
ly - been coming out of it. If his re-
cent heaves are any indication of
what he will do in Conference com-
petition, it is certain that Van will
garner a point or two for the Maize
and Blue a week from Saturday, with
a possibility of his threatening the:
marks.. of such premier putters as
Sandefer of Kansas, Shaw of Notre
Dame, Dale of Nebraska, and Weiss
of Illinois. These are practically the
only men who seem capable of go-
ing beyond what Van is doing at
present, and he may surprise a few
of these oldtimers.
The sprinters ,were practically the
only men who worked hard yesterday.
Simmons, Losch, and Swift received
special attention from the coach, who
is hoping that these men will come
through in great style next week.
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ENT TOB F1FIRST OF KIN)
HELP BY. AUC11-'
ichigan will hold the first annual
e intcrechokastic tennis tourn#,
it Thprsday, Friday, an S tur
,June 2, 3, 4, on the courts at
ry field. This tournament has been
inged in. conjunction with the na-
-wide movement in colleges and'
p schools to put tennis on a firmer
is and to have the merits of the
e brought into prominence. At
t schools a tennis tournament is
I in connection with the regular
rscholastic track meet. At Chica-
and Illinois great interest is
wn in this branch agnd large
iber of prep teams are entered
team will consist of two Iner
he singles and one doubles team.
ohes will be the -best two out of
a sets except in tho finals of both
singles and the doublea when the
t three out of five sets will de-
a the champions.
uitable prizes will be awarded the
ners of" both the singles and the
bles matches. The winners will
o qualify to enter the National
ior championships to be played
August or September provided the
ners have not reached their eigh-
nth birthday by March 1, 1921.
-eorge Reindel Jr., '22, manager of
Varsity tennis team, - will havel
rgb of the meet.
Baseball players should not play a
oomplpte series of basketball games,
or follow his summer's work with some
other sports throughout the winter
season, The effect will be felt during
the progress of the next baseball sea-
son, for the player's muscles will be so
overdeveloped that they will begin to
lose their force and his playing will
suffer as a result,"
Started in 1914
Kraft first began his professional
baseball career with the Boston and
,Brooklyn teams of the National league
in 1914. He was "farmed out" to the
Newark club of the International
league and remained witli that team
until 1916, when he went to the Louis-
ville and Milwaukee clubs of the Am-
erican association. In 191? he came
to Fart Worth and has played here
It was in 1914 and 1915 that Kraft
was .active in basketball. He played
on a Y, M C. A. team at Evansville,
Ind., and coached a high school Steamn
while there. Later he played semi-
professional basketball in Michigan.
TRYOUTS FOR PLAYERS CLUB
TO BE HELD AT 9 TOMORROW
Tryouts for membership in the
Players club will be held between 9
and 11 o'clock tomorrow in University
hall. Students who wish to make ap-
plication for membership should pre-
sent themselves at this time. -
SAfter playing strong games in the"
first few days of the meet, all the Am-
erican golfers who went to England
to take part in the struggle for the
British amateur golf championship
have been eiminated. Although the.
course at Hoylake is a. difficult one,
the Americans started out in such a
way that many Englishmen did not
hesitate to say that one of them would
be the winner. In the last few days,
however, they slumped, Francis Oui-
met and Chick Evans going down to
defeat on the same -day. Then Bobby
Jones, ,he boy wonder, met defeat,
leaving but one Yankee, F. J. Wright.
Yesterday he drew Bernard Darwin,
an Englishman, who won his match'
leaving the way clear for some British.
er to cop the title. June 20 the open
championship meet will be held.
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