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ae of the best scores of the
was made in the best ball
von by Winters and Steke-
Brown and Weatherton.
smith also defeated the oth-
ilermakers in a best ball-
norning Winters opposed
Purdue, and was off his
being able to sink his puts.
eason Brown's 79, which
st score of the day for the
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Michigan captain made an 85. There
Purdue's three points were made, one
for winning each nine, in match play
and one point for a better total score
on the 18 holes. Loeb with a 75 de-
feated Pixley, who made an 85.
Frank Steketee and Hugh Smith, both
of Michigan, each made 79, which was
enough to beat their opponents, Le-
Blond and Weatherton, respectively,
who each made 87. Only one Michi-
gan ma~n turned in a score above 80
and all the visitors with the excebtion
of one were above that mark.
Two more dual meets remain on the
schedule, one with Illinois here on
May 22 and one with Chicago there
on May 29. A team will also be en-
tered in the Western Conference Golf
tournament to be held at Chicago be-
ginning June 19.
The Illini will present a strong
front. Leaded by Capt. M. Le Bosquet
theythave on their team a sophomore,
R. E. Rolfe, who is western amateur
junior champion.
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ILLINOIS TRACK TEAM
PROVES STRONGEST IN
BIG TEN IN MEET HERE1
HOFIMAN WITH JAVELIN, PAT-
TERSON IN MILE ARE OUT-
STANDING STARS
The Illinois track team, by its per-
formance in the dual meet here Sat-
urday, proved beyond a doubt that it
is the strongest aggregation in the
Conference and one of the best teams
in the country. The meet as a whole
turned out in accord with the expec-
tations of Coach Farrell and Coach
Gill, of the Illini, with the exception
of a few events which were highly
surprising.
Hoffman's defeat of Angier in the
javelin throw, when he made the 200
foot mark, wastthe outstanding fea-
ture of the meet. Angier is a cham-
pion of national repute and has never
before been defeated in collegiate com-
petition. The performance was en-
tirely unexpected as Hoffman's former
record in this event was 182 feet 8
inches.
Coach Gill of Illinois also express-
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ed his surprise at the race run by Pat-
terson, of the Sucker squad, in thei
mile event. The time made in the1
event, which was 4 minutes 19 and 4-51
seconds, is the fastest made in the
middle west for six years. The Illini
coach expected to see Wharton, the
star miler of the Sucker squad, take
this event and was surprised to see
him nosed out at the tape. Gill also
expressed his satisfaction with the
good times made in the quarter mile
and two mile, the former being 49
and 2-5 seconds and the latter, 9 min-
utes, 42 3-5 seconds.
Dope was agar upset when McEll-
v en tied Osborne in the high jump
event. The failure of Landowski in
the pole vault is unaccounted for. The'
work of Schmidt in the broad jump,
of Davis in the two mile run and of
Sargent in the hurdle events showed
out well.
Nothing exceptional was done in the
weight events outside of the javelin
throw. Coach Gill expressed his dis-
appointment in the fact that these
events were not held in full view of
the spectators.rHe says that themen
would be spurred on to greater ef-
forts and that competition would be
keener if the spectators were given
an opportunity to express their ap-
preciation.
The next meet on the Varsity sched-
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Chicago. Judging from the results of
former years Michigan should take
the Maroons into camp, but in the
mean time the team .is hard at it
again.
VIITT AND TOPORCER ARE
'LEDING MAJOR HITTERS
Chicago, May 15.-Lawton Witt, the
former Philadelphia outfielder, who is
holding down one of the garden posi-
tions for the New York Yankees, is at
the top of the list of batters In the
American league, according to figures
released today which include games of
last Wednesday. The averages are of
players who have participated in 15
or more games.
The pitchingsin the past week has
been to Witt's liking and he boosted
his average from .395 to .410. Catch-
er Severeid, for the Browns brought
his mark of .319 to .404, for the run-
ner up' honors. George Sisler, anoth-
er member of the Browns, who topped
the hitters a week ago, slumped a
little and is in third place with a mark
of 402, with Steve O'Neill, star catcher
of the Cleveland Indians, pressing him
with .400.
Sisler, however, continues to be the
best run getter with 27 tallies and is
setting the pace for the base steal-
ers with an even dozen thefts. His
teammate, Kenneth Williams, is on
Sisler's heels with ten. thefts. Williams
failed to add to his home run mark of
a week ago, his total circuit smashes
remaining at ten, with Babe Ruth,
the king of homerun clouters sched-
uled for reinstatement next Saturday.
Other leading batters for 15 or more
games: Clark, Detroit, .3'93; Jamie-
son, Cleveland, .379; Ed Miller, Phil-
adelphia, .3t3; Gardner, Cleveland,
.361; Pratt, Boston, .353; Williams, St.
Louis, .348; Scott, New York, .348.
George Toporcer of the St. Louis
Cardinals. has struck a batting stride
which promises to make the batters of
the National league hustle to keep pace
with him. He cracked out nine hits in
-his last five games, including last
Wednesday's contest, and boosted his
-average from .360 -to 4.39. Rabbit
Maranville, of the Pirates lost one
point, but with an average of .413 is
the runner-up to Toppreer, while
George Kelly, the slugging Giant first
baseman, who topped the lista,-week
ago, lost 49 points and is resting in
third place with an even .400.
Other leading batters for 15 or more
games: OFarrell, Chicago, .395; T.
Griffith, Brooklyn, .392; Hornsby, St.
Louis, .390; Bigbee, Pittsburg, .376;
Powell, Boston, .373; Walker, Phila-
delphia, .361; Meusel, New York, .358.
Yesterday's Games
Amerlean League
Detroit 6, New York 1.
Philadelphia 13, St. Louis 3.
Boston 2, Chicago 0,
Washington 3, Cleveland 2.

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Five Michigan racquet men are now
on the first leg of a week's invasion
of the East, determined to show the
college East just how the college Mid-
West plays tennis. Five matches are
to be played during the course of the
trip and upon their general outcome
will depend Michigan's tennis rating
for the year.
Same Team Goes
The same men who have taken part
in all the home matches thus far this
season are representing the Wolver
Ines on their swing East. Capt.
Charles Merkel will again be number
-one man for Michigan on the trip.
George Reindel has earned the right
to play the next position mainly
through his splendid performances of
the past two weeks. Rorich is ex-
pected to again give his brilliant ex-
hibition of the game as number three,
while Zemon, who is to play the fourth
position on the team in place of San-
chez, is a clever performer, always
capable of playing with the dash and
speed that brings in victories.
Merkel and Reindel will pair up
to form the first Wolverine doubles
team, while it is quite likely that
Rorich and Sanchez will team up as
the otherf Coach Wesbrook thought
it advisable to use Sanchez in doubles
instead of the singles for it is in this
style of play that has the required con-
fidence,
Pittsburg First Stop
The team is now in Pittsburg. Yes-
terday the men were to have played
the University of Pittsurg, while Car-
negie Tech will furnish the opposition
for them this afternoon., The Plaid
tennis men have been quite success-
ful up to date, having tied the power-
ful Lehigh team and having won every
other match played. Neville, Swartz,
Beale and Copley are the racqueteers
who will represent the engineers.
On Tuesday night the team will leave
Pittsburg and move on to Philadel-
phia where the University of Pennsyl-
vania net team will be engaged in a
match. William Tilden, world's cham-
pionship tennis player, is a graduate
of Penn and he has taken it upon
himself to develop a strong team for
his alma mater. Yale is the only team
which has beaten the Pennsylvanians
this season. In Morgan, Mangum,
Vauneman and MacIntosh, Pennsy has
a team certain to press Michigan to the
limit in 'order to ,win.
Friday will bring them to Bethlehem,
Pa., where they will meet Lehigh's
team, probably the strongest racquet
aggregation in the East. Lehigh has
played nine matches thus far this sea-
son, and scored seven decisive vic-
tories, while on the other two occa-
sions ties were effected. Beck, Beale,
Koegler and Wentz are the reliables
for the Lehigh team. Saturday, Mich-
igan will play the last match of it
trip against Cornell at Ithaca.
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managers report at the Intra-
mural office, Press building, at
once.
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NatIonal League
New York 1, Chicago 0.
Boston, 5, Pittsburgh 6.
St. Louis 19, Philadelphia 7.
Cincinpati 6, Brooklyn 2.
By virtue of their victory over New
York yesterday, Detroit is now .tied
with Cleveland for third place in the
American league.
YOST AND GOEBEL ADDRESS
GRAND RAPIDS BOAT CLUB
Coach Fielding H. Yost and Paul
Goebel, '23, captain-elect of the foot-
ball team, spoke yesterday at the
Grand Rapids Boat club's annual ban-
quet. The subject chosen by Coach
Yost was "The Value of Game and
Play in Life."

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