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Michigan's five to one victory over
Iowa last Saturday gave the Wolver-
ines a firmer hold on first place while
Illinois, who had held second place in
the flag race, dropped to fourth place
when Wisconsin defeated Lundgren's
nine four to one, and Purdue took
games from Ohio State and Chicago.
Wisconsin's victory, over Illinois
stamps the Cardinal nine as one of
the most formidable contenders for the
title honors that Michigan will meet
during the !remainder of the season.
The Badgers and Illini have been
pointed to as the most serious rivals
Fisher's men will have to contend with
for the championship. On comparative
records, made against Michigan, Illin-
ois looked to be the stronger of the
two nines, and the Indian's defeat at
the hands of Lowman's Badger nine
has upset the Conference predictiops.
Wisconsin and Illinois meet again this
Saturday and if the Cardinal team is
successful on the Urbana diamond it
will indicate that Wisconsin has, the
stronger of the 'two nines while an
Illinois victory will place the teams,
on nearly equal rating. Shortstop
Elliott of the Badgers, was, largely re-
sponsible for his team's victory over
Illinois at Madison for he counted half
of his team's score by cracking out
two homers.
A strange rival for Conference hon-
ors is seen in Purdue who is tied
with the Badgers for second place, a
full. game behind Michigan. The Boil-
ermakers are keeping odd company in
the baseball race by taking their place
aipong the leaders. It has been years

Wolverines Only Team in Conference
With Clean Slate; Illinois
Drops to Fourth Place
VARSITY TO PLAY WESTERN
STATE NORMAL TOMORROW

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lihlgan .............4 0
Wisconsin..............3. 1
Purdue ................3 1
Ulinois..... . ...... .4 2
Minnesota..............2 J.
)hio State............1 3
Northwestern...........1 4
owa ......... ...0 3
uhicago......... . ...0 3

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since a Purdue team has beenrated so
highly in any major sport outside of.
basketball. This year seems to be a
banner year for the Boilermakers. Not
content with winning the basketball
title, Lambert's men are out, to contest
the Big Ten diamond championship.
In the opening game Purdue lost a
loosely played fray to Ohio State, but
since that time they have crushed all
opposition. Iowa went down to defeat
before the Boilermakers by the same
score that it did before Michigan, while
Ohio State fell an easy victim in a re-
turn game, and Chicago met defeat
Saturday at the hands of Lambert's
men. Purdue has the advantage of a
short schedule with comparatively;
easy games to play. Only four of the
weakest nines in the Conference,
Northwestern, Iowa, Ohio State, and
Chicago, meet the Boilermakers, and
if they should win all of their re-
maining contests they may be serious
contenders. Iowa seems to stand the
best chance to defeat Purdue. The
Hawkeyes meet the Boilermakers at
Iowa City on May 26 and if Ashmore's
'men play at their best they should
put a crimp in Purdue's hopes.
Western State Normal will be the
next opponent of Fisher's men Wed-
nesday afternoon on Ferry] field. The
Normalites always bring a strong
diamond aggregation with them and
play snappy ball. Two years ago they
defeated the Varsity, although Ed
Ruzicka let them down without a safe
hit. Michigan journey to Columbus
Satirday where the Wolverines will
meet 0. S. U. The Buckeyes are not as
strong as in former years but will{
bear watching.
Intramural Items
Interclass baseball games will be
played at 4 o'clock this afternoon as
follows: Medics vs. laws on diamond
No. 1; pharmics vs. architects on
dlmaond No. 2.
Games in the independent play-
ground ball league will be played at,
6:45 today as follows: No. 1 Brasie-
Forbes; No. 2, Lister-Seitz; No. 3,
Deng-Golinski; No. 4, Greenberg-qla-
sier; No. 5, Newhall-Gun and Blade.

MICHICAN RETAINS HOLD ON FIRST
PLACE BY VICTORY OVER HAWKEYES

The following games will be played
in the faculty baseball }league at 6:45
Wednesday on Ferry field: No. 1, eco-
nomics - mathematics departments;
No. 2, physics-rhetoric departments.
Second round matches in quoits are
as follows: Singles, Boyd, 374, Crox-
ton, 33; Arner, 558, vs. Finn, 33;
Fuess, 1399, vs. Kneebone, 2379-J;
(Continued on Page' Eight)
GOLF TEAM MAKES GOOD
SHOWING AGAINST. OHIO
Michigan's showing in the first golf
match of the year at Columbus, was
very satisfactory and it appears as
though the team should make a cred-
itable record during the rest of the
year. Although the scores made on
the Scioto club's course were not an
indication of good medal play, the
match game of each player would be
hard to beat.
The course was very difficult, nearly
every fairway being of the dog-leg
type with greens that are bunkered
and trapped on all sides. In the prac-
tice round on Friday, Steketee was the
only aplayed to break 90. The greens
were much heavier than those of the
Ann Arbor club and nearly all of the
players had a hard time playing them.
Saturday morning a light' rain and a
stiff wind made good playing difficult
and Winters score of 81 was the best
handed in
.In the morning matches, Michigan
won three and lost one, Winters be-
ing one down on each nine in a well
played game. He lost two balls in
the long grass on either side of the
fairways which lost these holes for
him. The other three men won their;
matches by large margins.
In the best ball foursomes in the aft-
ernoon, Winters and Steketee woni
from Pixley and Deuschle, three up
on the first nine and one up on the'
second nine. In the. other match,s
Smith and Loeb defeated Sebald and
Weaver by a wide margin.a
When Purdue meets Michigan Satur-
day on the Ann Arbor course they will
oppose a team that is not made up of4
stars but a team that is relatively
strong and although Winters will have
a hard match when he meets the In-l
diana state champion, the other play-i
ers will be evenly matched.'

TRACK MEN PREANG
FOR ILLINISATURDAY
HARDEST MEET OF YEAR WILL BE
AGAINST STRONG INDIAN
TEAM
With their confidence renewed by
the decisive victory over the Ohio
team, Michigan tracksters are work-
ing hard in preparation for the Il.
linois meet to be held here next Sat-
urday. Illinois is known to have a
strong team and is deemed by many
judges as the strongest aggregation
in the Conference. In their meet
with the Badgers last Saturday the
Suckers swamped their opponents by
a large score but this fact does not
discourage the Wolverines.
Weak in Weight Events
Although neither the Wolverines nor
the. Buckeyes were very' strong in
the weight events Saturday, all of the
Michigan men have made better marks
in the past and it is believed that when
they are pressed by closer competi-
tion they will be able to repeat their
former performances.
Bowen, by his race, Saturday, show-
ed out clearly as Michigan's best bet in
the mile event. Simmons and Burke
both performed creditably in the dash
events but were running against
Moorehead who is conceded to be one
of the best sprinters in the Conference.
In the hurdles Sargent was the out-
standing star. He won the high hurdl-
es and led in the low hurdles until all
but the last;two sticks were crossed
when by some freak of fortune his
pace was broken and he was forced to
give way to McCreary of Ohio.
Hoffman Going Well
Hoffman furthered his good work in
the javelin throw by heaving the quill
182 feet and 8'Inches which is a good"
mark, although it won't be allowed as
the record because of the strong wind
which was' blowing at the tiie. Sie-
mons, who has been doing well ,this
;year as a quarter miler ran ane
cellent race but was successfully bo-
ed by the Ohio men and placed sec-
ond. It will be remembered that LJar-
ry B tler lost to Pittenger of Ohio
last year for this same reason.
Taken as a whole the team showed
a uniform, well balanced develope-
ment. On the. other hand, although
Illihois'┬░team is well balanced, they
have won their, honors this 'year ina
the larger indoor meets by the per-
formances of their stars, who will not
be quite so valuable in the dual meet
of next Saturday.,
I GOLF NOTICE
ITryouts 'for the golf team will (
be expected to hand in between
Monday and Thursday signed
scores for 36 holes. The score(.
will be match play against a
bogey of 39. Turnin' scores
to Professor Trne~blood The se-,
lection of the team for the game
with Purdue on May 13 willb
made from this score.

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Have Your EYES Examined
Twenty-five years specialized efforts in scientific eye
examinations, designing, fitting and making glasses.
We advocate Drugless eye examinations because scien-
tific research convinces us eye efficiency and deficiency
cannot be measured under the abnormal conditions pro-.
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to enter the faculty quoit league
should notify the intramuraI of-
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week.

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