THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Shackleford with two to his credit
leads in two base hits.
Following are the official batting av-)
erages for the first 17 games:
ITS FOR TOTAL
6 BASES IN 17 GAMES
erages of all members of
ie baseball squad have
)mpiled and show that
's men are hitting the ball
en. The figures are com-
the Illinois game yester-
s the list with an average
he has taken part in only
, the real leader is Per-
walloping the horse hide'
of .429 in the 17 games
an has played since the
Perrin also leads in runs
19 and in hits with '30 to
In total bases he is sec-
assed by Uteritz who has
* with two home runs leadsj
rives, while Uteritz takesI
ase hit honors with four,
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FRESHMEN WIN ANNUAL
AIRCHIE JAHN'S SQUAD DISPLAYS
GOOD FORM TAKING ALL
BUT ONE FIRST
Michigan's annual outdoor inter--
class track meet was held yesterday
on Ferry field with the freshmen
overwhelming victors. The class of '24
took all but one first place, which
went to a sophomore. This was the
javelin, which Landowski threw a dis-
tance of 162:10.
Following are the summaries of the
100 yard dash-first, Goldwater, '24;
second, Chubb, '24; third, Purdy, '24;
fourth, Martin, '23. Time; 10 2-5. 220
yard dash-first, Chubb, '24; second,
Goldwater, '24; third, Siemons, '23;
fourth, Samuels, '23; 24 fiat. 220 low
Aubrey, '24; third, Gessner, '24;
fourth, Samuels, '23. Time, 26:4-5.
Two mile run-first, Davis, '24; sec-
ond, Hoffgtetter, '24; third, Whittimore,
'22; fourth, Taft, '24. Time, 104:17
4-5. Half mile run-first, Weeks, '24;
second, Hyde, '24; third, Donklin, '24;'
fourth, Moreland, '24. Time, 2:05 3'5.
Broad Jump-first, Shepard, '24; sec-
ond, Neisch, '24; third, Richards, '21;
fourth, Wood, '22. Distance, 21:10
1-4. Half mile relay, won by 1924-
Goldwater, Kennard, Eldridge and
Purdy. Time, 1:34. Mile relay, won
by 1924-Morgan, Weeks. Nash and C.
W. Davis. Time, 3:38 4-5. High jump-
first, Smith, '24; second, McEllven,
'24; third, Shepard, '24; fourth, Wood,
'22. Height, 5:10. Javelin-first, Lan-
dowski, '23; second, Cearing, '24;
third, Palkema, '22; fourth, Shepard,
'24. Distance, 162:10. Shot put --
first, Brooks, '24; second, Gowdy, '24;
third, Vielmath, '24; fourth,' Neisch,
'24.' Distance, 38:10.
The results of the pentathlon have
not yet been determined.
Yesterda 's Games
peari2!nce 011 tl.
AMEsSHERE IN 1822.Jan. 9, Ohio
Jan 13. Chicago
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Wisconsin at Madison;.
Conference athletic directors and at Illinois; Feb. 11, Oh
basketball coaches met in Chicago lumbus; Feb. 13, India
Friday and made out the 1922 Big ington; Feb. 18, Wisco
Ten basketball schedule. Michigan gn. F I0Iniana
will play 12 Conference games, 7 of towa 2tIowatit l
Iowa at Iowa City; Mtia
which will be staged on the home Michigan; March 6, N
court. The Varsity will meet every Michigan.
team in the Conference with the two
exceptions of Minnesota and Purdue. Indoor, tennis and
Northwestern will again make its ap- kinds. CUSHINGS.---Ad
Detroit 7, Philadelphia 5.
St. Louis 4, New York 9.
Cleveland 0, Boston 6.
Chicago 4, Washington 9.
National Le ague
Brooklyn 4, Chicago 3.
Boston 5, Cincinnati 0.
New York 12, Pittsburg 0.
St. Louis 11, Philadelphia 9.
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