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VOL. XXXI. No. 175. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JUNE 5, 192.
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ILLINOIS ATHLETES CAPTURE FIRST
HONORS IN OUTDOOR 'CONFERENCE
MEET WITH TOTAL OF 81, POINTS]

TWO
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RECORDS BROKEN,
EQUALED IN CINDER
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STANDING OF TRACK TEAMS

fIOFFMAN SHATTERS
JAVELIN THROW MARK

Capt. Butler Ends Track Career witli
Two Great Races as Michigan
Counts 35 1-2
(3y Wallace Elliott)
(Special Correspondent)
Chicago, June 4. - Illinois proved
to be te undisputable champion o
the Western Conference in track to-
day when the Indians won the twen-
ty-first annual meet with a total of
- 61 points. Cinder men of Michigan
took second honors with 35 1-2, while
Wisconsin landed third with 29: T-am-
ilton of Missouri was the high point
winner with 11 points scored in four
events, and Knolin of Wisconsin star-
red through firsts in both hurdles.
Two Records Broken
Two records were broken and one
equaled in today's meet, which was
conducted under the handicap of a
heavy, cold wind. By dashing the 100
in 0:09 4-5 Hayes qf Notre Dame
equaled his own record, while in the
javelin Hoffman broke his mark by
sending the wand 178 feet, 4 inches. In
the high jump Murphy of Notre Dame
surpassed Johnson's record by a frac-
iorn of an inch, and defeated Alberts
and Osborg, the Illinois jumipers,
fthler Star,
gapt. Larry Butler by his work in
the quarter and his wonderful sprint-
ing starred in his last performance-
for Michigan, whose representatives
took firats in the quarter, broad jump,
lavelin, and relay. Hoffman and Dunne
surprised the spectators by defeating
lede of lljnis, the favorite in the
javelin.
Only two first places were taken by
the Illini athletes, but numerous
other points gave the Indians the un-
disputed tracks championship of the
West.
The results of the mile race are as
follows; First, Wall, Wisconsin; see-
Qid, McGimnis, Illinois; third, Patter-
son, Illinois; fourth, Switzer, Minne-
otal fifth, Ferguson, Ohio, Time-
Results in the 440-yard dash: Won
by Butler, Michigan; Szold, North-
western, second; Ernst; M. A. C.,
third; Schlaprizzi, Illinois, fourth;
Donahue, Illinois, fifth. Time-:51
flat.
The results in the 100-yard dash
came out as follows: Hayes, Notre
Dame, first; Wilson, Iowa, second;
ph er, ?iirlue, third; ILosch, Miphi-
"m fourth; Wescott, linois, fifth.
Tigie-9 4,/5 seconda,
RosultĀ§ in the 120 high hurdles;
won by Kollqn, Wisconsin; second,
Ray9rd, Igpwa; Anderson, Minnesota,
third; Wallace, Illinois, fourth; Woo-
pa, Northwestern, fifth. Time-15
seconds fiat. Pole vault-Won by
MVrrielck, Wisconsin; second, Hamil-
ton, Missouri; third, Hogan, Notre
PDame; fourth, Devine, iowa; fifth,
"Wider, Wisconsin. Height-12 feet.
Discus-Won by Blackwood, North-
western; second, Weiss, Illinois;
third, Miller, Purdue; fourth, Carlson,
Illinois; fifth, Spiers, Ohio. Distance
-145 feet, % inch.
High Jump--Won ,y Murphy, Notre
Dame; Qsborn, Illinois, and Alberts,
Illinois, tied, for second; Ashman,
low, and Walker, Michigan, tied for
fourth. Hgight-6 feet, 2% inches.
A. nw gonfergnce rgcord.
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News-hourds Bur
Thrilling Bat
With an invincible machine wor
ing as smooth as clockwork, TH
DAILY completely vanquished t
gargoyle in a close and exciting gam
by a score of 13-11 yesterday afte'
noon on South Ferry field.
Several of THE DAILY player
were outstanding stars in the contes
notably among them the suprem
DAILY pitcher, Watty Watzel, wh
even though sorely pressed at time.
held the joke-slingers at all time:
striking out eight of the opponent
Bacon made several spectacular play,
knocked out a clean . home run, an
proved his worth many times. Mc
Pike caught a good game beside
adding" one tally to the final score.
Many of the thousands or spectator
were disappointed to miss seeing th
much-heralded Kelly-Sarasohn bat
tery of the gurke in action, but Cap
tain Kelly unfortunately placed to
much faith in the rest of his outfi
IELECTION;. NEW-

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Shot Put-Won by Shaw, Notre
Dame; second, Van Orden, Michigan;
thrd, ' Weiss, Illinois; fourth,S\ndt,
'A"sconsin; Wifth, Hamilton, Missouri.
Di ance-43 feet.
Javelin-Won by Hoffman, Michi-
gan; second, Dunne, Michigan; third,
Brede, Illinois; fourth, Hamilton, Mis-
souri; fifth, Sundt, Wisconsin. Dis-
tance--178 feet, 4 inches. New Con-
ference record.
Broad Juanp-Won by Cruikshank,
(Continued on Page Six)
PLANS DAWN 'UP FOR
NEW WOMEN'S BUILDING

1 MILLION DOLLAJ & AMPAIGN BE-
GINS TO)JO RROW; SITE TO
BE CHOSEN SOON
Tentative plans for the new Wom-
en's building, the campaign for which
will be begun tomorrow, have been
drawn up by Pond and Pond, builders
of the Michigan Union. The building,
as designed by them, will be attrac-
tive, capacious, and well adapted to
play the part of social 'center for the
women of the campus.
The blueprints provide for a large
first-floor rooni, with a. fireplace at
each end, to be called the "lounge",
and used in common by all women
students. A small auditorium for the
presentation of plays and lectures,
a cafeteria, a community dining room
for league house girls, and several
dance floors are other important fea-
tures of the plans.
Nothing definite can be decided
about the prospective building, how-
ever, until its location is known. A
building site will be given to the
Women's league, when the first $500,-
000 of the $1,000,000 campaign fund
has been reached.,
BILLS PRESENTS
PORTRAIT MONDAY
As a mark of appreciation of
Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood's serv-
ices a portrait of him will be
presented to the University at 4
o'clock tomorrow afternoon 'in Hali
auditorium by John C. Bills, 104L,,
which was paid for with sail volun-
tary contributions by friends, former
students, and undergraduates.
President Marion L. Burton will be
present to receive the portrait for the
University, and ex-Senator Beveridge
will give an address on some l re f
public speaking.
The "Trueblood Fellowship Fund"
will also be presented to the Univer-7
slay. This fund which' was started by
the $2,000 gift from the Oratorical as-
sociation is expected to increase to
$20,000, the income of which is to beI
used to furnish fellowships for spec-
ial work in the oratorical field.I

TENNIS TEAM TO MEET
ClTICAxO HERE MONDAY
Michigan's Varsity tennis team
will play its last Conference
match of the year when it meets
Chicago at 3:30 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon on the Ferry field
courts. 'The Wolverines have not
lost to any Big Ten school this
year and are out to keep the slate
clean by turning back the Windy
City team.,
Segal and Vories, the 1921 Con-
ference doubles champions, head
the Chicago list. Which one will
play number one is uncertain.
Tomorrow first
Day In Drive For
Fresh Air Camp

S econd 10i4 VICTORY PUT!
TIE FOR FIRST
y Joke-Slingers In THREEILLINI
le; Final Score 13-11
SECOND WIlN OVER 'WI8CONSIN
k- with the result that he now is be- PIONSHIP TO UNIVESI
IE moaning the loss of the famous EVEN WITh
he DAILY-gurgle silver loving cup.
e The main characteristic of the game
was theway the gergoile surged
ahead in the start, but the pitcher for HOME TEAM DOWN
the funsters became weeker and
-s weeker and as the DAILY hitters
t waxed more potent, his pitching abil- Wolveines Pla 4ood Gae Behind
le ity became as nil. THE DAILY had Soring; 131
o, supreme control over the situation. Are Col
s, Vinkemulder, of THE DAILY,
, played a remarkable game at short- Urbana, Ill., June 4. - Michigan's
stop and later center field, but his nine by decisively defeating Illinois
s, chief contributions to THE DAILY here today 10 to 4 went into a tie
d victory were one home run, one two- with the Indians for first place in the
- bagger, and one single hit out of four Big Ten, and if Wisconsin is beaten
s times at bat. on Monday, the Wolverines will take
Little can be said of the gurkle the Western Conference baseball'
s players; a perusal of their error col- championship.
e umn will bring out the truth of that Three Illini pitchers were clubbed
- statement. Poor weeks was rather to all corners of the lot for a total
- unfortunate, for after weeks of stren- of 13 hits of which 5 were extra base
o lous practice he blew up at the end swats, whie Dixon hurled masterful
t (Continued on Tage Six) ball, setting the Indians down with
5 hits and walking only 1 and hittingl
DI2. In the early part of the game
the Michigan hurler was slightly er-a
ratic' being touched for 4 runs, but
for The last innings he shut out the
Illini with hits or runs.
VY Exceentsuport was given their
hurler by the Wolverines, who made t
sonly twomisplays, one of which fig-
Student, Advisory CommitteefMakes ured in the + counting. Shackleford,z
Thorough ExamInationPerrin. Uteritz, and Van Boven all
of Charges played great games i the field. At
the bat practically every Wolverine
COUNCIL MAY DEVISE NEW was effective, Perrin being the onlyI
SYSTEM FOR FUTURE USE 'man who failed to connect,.
First Inning
After an examination of all the evi- Michigan--Uteritz up: Foul, Dough-
dence turned in of. illegal niettiods erty let it slip through his mit; ball;
used in -the recent All-campus elec- strike, fan. Van Boven up: Grounded
tion, the Student Advisory committee out, Stewart to McCurdy. Perrin up:.
reported yesterday that, while proofs Grounded out, Hellstrom to McCurdy.
of irregularities were discovered, it No hits, no runs.[
does not consider them serious enough Illinois-Mee up: Grounded out onr
to affect the final results or to war- first ball thrown, Van Boven tot
rant a new election. Numerous com- Shackleford. Dougherty up: Ball,
plants were heard on the campus im- strike called, ball, grbuided out, Uter-
mediately after the ballot was taken itz to Shackleford. McCurdy up:n
and an investigation .by the Student Strike called, ball, foul, strike two,p
Advisory committee was ordered for ball two, ball three, hit to Karpus who
that reason. threw slow to first and McCurdy safe.r
a Complaints Received Vogel up: Strike called, five attemptsp
The complaints received related to to catch McCurdy at first unsuccess-
voting .by women for the presidency ful; ball, Vick overthrew to second tob
of the Union, the possibility for dou- catch McCurdy; McCurdy gainedh
ble voting at the tables in front of third. Vogel hit by pitched ball. Hell-S
the Library, the fact that ballots strom up: Vogel went to secondB
numbered from 3011 to 3066 were ap- foul, strike two, foul, foul, ball one,E
parently marked by the same person ball two. Perrin stopped the game
for one candidate, the claim of one asserting someone in grandstand wasc
man that he was defrauded of his flashing a mirror on him; ball three.-
vote, and the discovery of a few bal- Hellstrom grounded out, Van BovenN
lots on which certain marks were in to Shackleford. One hit, no runs.
pencil and those for the rest of the Second Inning1
candidates in ink. None of these ir- Michigan-Shackleford up: Strikec
regularities were discovered to be se- one, ball one, ball two, ball three, t
rious, and not directed toward the walk. Karpus up: Sacrificed on first
election of any one candidate, ball pitched, Dougherty to McCurdy. D
Recommendation Made Klein up: Ball one, ball two, strikeD
The recommendation was added to called, struck at wide one, ball three, r
the record of proceedings that the popped out to Stewart. Genebach up:
council devise a system that will pre- H'it safely to, left ' field, scoring c
vent such irregularities in future elec- Shackleford, Genebach going to sec- f
tions and allow no questioning of their ond on Peden's throw to, home. Vick
validity, such as was the occasion of up: Ball one, ball two, grounded out,
the investigation. Mee to McCurdy. One run, one hit.
Illinois-Crossley up: Ball one,
BEVERIDGE TALES HERE TODAY ball two, grounded out, Uteritz to c
ON "BIBLE AS GOOD READING" Shackleford. Peden up: Ball one, P
G D E DNG"grounded out, Dixon to Shackleford. o

Ex-Senator Albert J. Beveridge Stewart up: Ball onie, beats out bunt. H
rived in Ann Arbor late yesterday aft- Jackson up: Ball one; Stewart out,
ernoon for a visit of a few days with stealing to second. One hit, no runs. 1
Piof. T. C. Trueblood, of the public Third Inning s
speaking department, during which Michi an-Dixon -up: Strike one,F
time he is scheduled to make two ad- ball one, foul, strike two, ball two, s
dresses before local audiences. struck out. Uteritz up: Ball one, c
Senator Beveridge.will speak under, strike called, popped out to Mee. Van b
the auspices of the Wesleyan guild Boven up: Strike called, ball one, c
tonight at the Ann Arbor Methodist doubled to left field. Perrin up: Foul t
church on the subject: "The Bible as strike, grounded out, Jackson to Mc-
Good Reading". 1 Curdy. One hit, no runs. s
Tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock Illinois-Jackson up: Strike called, t
Senator Beveridge will speak before strike two, out, Van Boven to f
members of the Oratorical associa- Shackleford. Mee up: Ball one, ball o
tion and the public on some phase of two, ball three, strike called, strike n
public speaking, the lecture to be two called, strike three called-out. S
held in Hill auditorium. Dougherty up: Ball one,' trike called,

i ICHIGN IN
INI CONFEEC
HURERSHlT Hi
AGREGATION WILL GIVE C
TIY OF M'tCHItGAN; NOW
I1LINOIS
UL, BALL, SETTING
WITH ONLY FIVE BIN
Great Pitching; One E ror Cown
Blows in All
lectod
strike two called, ball two, filed
Genebach. No runs, no hits.
Fourth Inning
Michigan-Shackleford up:
through pitcher. Karpus up:
called, sacrifice, forcing Shack
out at second; Karpus safe at
Klein up: Klein tripled, scoring
pus. Genebach up: Ball one,
strike, bunted safetat first, Klein
ing. Vick up: Bit through ste
Genebach going to second. Dixo:
Foul: Genebach out at home on
on's hit to Mee. lUteitz up:'!
one, hit safe to left, Vick scoring.
Boven,,up. Foul, strike two, p
out to Peden. Five hits, three n
Elinois-McCui'dy up: Doubl
first ball pitched. Vogel up:
one, foul, strike one, hit safe:
right, McCurdy taking third.
strom up: Out on grounder, U
to Shalkleford, McCurdy scoring
Vogel taking second. Crossley
Ball one, foul strike Pone, ball
out, Uteritz to Shackleford, Vogel
lug third. Peden up: Hit bypit
Stewart up: Strike called, ball
Vogel scored and Peden takes se
on double steal. Peden ran
Uteritz, who was stepping for the
Uteritz landing on Peden whe
came down. Time taken out. I
remains in game. Ball two, fie
to Perrin. Two hits, two runs.
Fifth inning
Michigan-Barnes pitching for
nois, replacing Jackson. B
pitched a no run, no hit game ag
Northwestern early this season
rin up: Strike, called, strike
popped out to Barnes. Shackl
up: Strike called, ball one, ball
ball three, made a HOME RUN
he hit to deep right field. Karpus
Singled to center field. Klein
Ball one, ball two, strike ea
Karpus forced at second when I
was safe at first. Genebach up: S
called, ball one; Klein goes to
ond; foul, Genebach out, Barne
McCurdy. Two hits, one run.
Illinois-Barne up: Ball on,
out to Genebach. Mee up: SI
called, Karpus muffed a pop fly'
ing Mee on first. Doughekty up:
ne, strike called, ball two, ball t
Dougherty got home run scoring
Dogherty knocked the ball to <
ight field. It was a lng, hot
VicCurdy up: Ball one, ball two,
n fly to Perrin. Vogel up: I
oul, out on bunt, Vick to Shacklel
rwo runs, one lit.
Sixth lInning
Michigan-Vick up: Ball one, sti
alled, doubled and went to thir
Peden's error. Dixon up: Orou

ut, Stewart to McCurdy. Uteritz
Hit to Stewart, who fumbled the 1
Van Boven up: Peden misjudge
ong fly, Van Boven getting a tr
coring Vick and Uteritz. Perrin
Foul, strike, sacrificed, Van Bo
coring. Shackleford up: St
alled, ball one, strike two, ball
pall three, walked. Karpus lip:
alled, flied to Hellstrom. Two
three runs.
Illinois---hellstrom up: .Ball
trike called, foul, strike two,
wo, grounded out, Uteritz to Shac
ord. Crossley up: Foul, strike
)ut, Dixon to Shackleford. John
tow batted for Peden, and grounde
3hackleford. No runs, no hits.

Tomorrow is the first day of the
three day campaign to raise $1,500 on
the campus to send 150 city street
urchins to a Michigan fresh air camp
this summer. Tag day will conclude
the soliciting on Wednesday.
The Detroit alumni committee will
meet tomorrow noon at a luncheon
at the Board of Commerceto discuss
plans ofapproaching state alumni
for $5,000 to furnish the site' and
equipment fornthescamp, which is
the first ever undertaken by the Uni-
versity.
A meeting of representatives of fra-
ternities, sororities, and league hoe's-
es wll be held at 3 o'clock tomor-
row afternoon in Lane hall to hear
the plan explained, Organizations, in-
dependnt men and women, and the
faculty will be solicited on Monday
and Tuesday, while a general free-
for-all clean-up willdbe made on the
following day, Tag day.
WOMEN TO HONOR SENIORS
TUESDAY ON LANTERN NIGHT,
seniors will be honored at the an-
nual Lantern night celebration to be
staged Tuesday night at Pal ner field1
by the Women's Athletic associa-
tion. Although the seniors are fore-
most in the celebration, the tradition
is also significant to the freshmen
who doff their green colors and don
the sophomore badge. Juniors and
sophomores also take one more step ;
toward graduation.

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