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VOL. XXII.

No. 168

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1922

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WOLVERINES FIGHT ILLINI BEFORE
RECORD-FLLED STANDS WITH GOOD,
WEATHER CONDITIONS PREVAILING

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Quip-Quillers Prove Easy feat
For Hard Slugging News Hounds ,,4.

DIXON AND JACKSON AGAIN FACE
EACH OTHER ON
MOUND
INDIANS DRAW BLOOD
IN OPENING INNING
TEAM ALLOWS OPPONENTS TO
GET EARLY LEAD BY POOR
PLAYING
(Special to The Daily)
Urbana, Ill., May 29--Michigan to-
day went down in defeat before Ili-
nois and her chances for a Confer-
ence championship were seriously
marred. The game was played on a
heavy diamond, made soft by the rains
of the past few days.
Wth a record attendance, Michigan
and Illinois met on Illinois Field at
three o'clock. The . game will prob- I
ably be fought by the coaches, with
Ray Fisher of Michigan and Carl
Lundgren of Illinois in charge of the
strategists. The weather is ideal for
baseball, with several dark clouds hov-
ering over the diamond. Grisdoll and
Pollock will officiate as umpires.
Michigan and Illinois were on the
field for half an hour practicing. A
half hour before the game started the
emergency 'bleachers were filled and
thousands of fans who did not come
early are filling up the space on the
side-lines.
The Illinois band of 100 pieces re-
ceived a great ovation from the crowd.
as it entered the field. The band
played "Illinois Loyalty" and the
crowd rose with bared heads and
sang.
Fisher finished batting a fewtto his
team. Coach Lundgren took the stick
and gave his men a little exercise.
The crowd rapidly encircled thefield.
It is the largest crowd ever seen on a
baseball field at Illinois.
Cruisak was named as the third
umpire.
Batteries for the game: Michigan,
Dixon and Vick; Illinois, Jackson and
Dougherty.
FIRST INNING
Paper up. Strike one called, strike
two called, foul ball, ball one. Paper
struck out. Wimbles up. Strike 'one,
strike two called, ball one, ball two,
foul, ball three, grounded out, Hell-
strom to McCurdy. Uteritz up. Ball
one, strike one called, foul to left
bleachers. Grounded to McCurdy, who
missed it, the ball hitting his shoul-
der. Knode up. Ball one, strike one
called, ball two, ball three. Uteritz
stole second. Foul, strike two, foul
along left bleachers, foul again.
Knode out, Jackson to McCurdy. No
runs, no hits, one error.'
Illinois at bat. Crossley up. Strike
one called, ball one, foul, strike two.
He filed out to Kipke. Dougherty up.
Ball one, strike one called, ball two,
ball three, strike two called. He
struck out. McCurdy up. Ball one,
McCurdy doubled to right field. Vogel
grounded to Uteritz, who iniffed it.
McCurdy going to third. Hellstrom up.
Ball one, ball two, ball three, walked.
Bases are filled. Reichle up. Foul,
strike one. He hit to deep right field,
scoring McCurdy and Vogel. Peden
up. Ball one, flied to Kipke. Two
runs, two hits, one error.
SECOND INNING
Michigan. Shackleford up. Ball
one, strike one, ball two, flied. out to
Peden. Vick up. Ball one, out, Cross-
ley to McCurdy. Kipke up, strike
one called. Kipke hit by pitched ball.
Roby up. Strike one called, ball one.
Kipke took second on a wild pitch.
Strike one called, strike two called,
ball two, Roby struck out. No runs,
no hits, no errors.
Illinois. -Stewart up. Strike one
called, ball one, ball two, ball three,
strike two. Struck out. Jackson up.
Ball one, strike one called. He flied
out to Shackleford. Crossley up. Flied
out to Roby. No hits, no; runs, no er-

LINE-UP
Paper, 3b............. Crossley, 3b
Wimbles, 2b...........Dougherty, c
Uteritz, ss.. . . . ..... McCurdy, lb
Knode, lb .................. Vogel, cf
Shackleford, .rf ....... Hellstrom, 2b
Vick, c...... .........Reichle, rf
Kipke, cf............ ..... Peden, Ift
Roby, if . .......... Stewart, ss
Dixon, p ..............Jackson, p

(Special to The Daily)
Ferry field, May 20-Playing in big
league form and exhibiting wonder-
ful team work in the pinches "THE
DAILY Invincibles" this morning ad-
ministered an overwhelming defeat,
to the "gargle sluggers" by the one-
sided score of 37 to 4.
At no time was the game in the
balance as the superiority of the
Daily nine was established early in
the contest. Loose playing in the in-
field and poor battery work proved
the undoing of the campus humorists.
"Smoke" Cote, the Daily pitching
ace, was in mid-season form and had
the "gargles" eating out of his hand
at all times. He was ably supported
by "Watty" Watzel, demon slugger
and base thief, who played a stellar
game behind the bat.
The victorious DAILY team will be
tendered a sumptuous banquet at the
IJnion by the defeated "gargles" in
the near future.
Too much cannot be said in praise
of the work of THE DAILY infield..
Such snappy team work has never be-
fore been exhibited in a DAILY-gar-
gle contest, and in some instances the

remarkable agility of the infielders
was truly "Varsity stuff". Not a sin-
gle error was chalked up against this
aggregation of stars. On the initial
sack, "Ping" Scherer capered in big
league form, making remarkable
catches of an occasional wild throw.
On second "Bull" Byers electrified the
bleachers with his uncanny putouts.
"Raff" Rafferty performed creditably
at short, taking everything that came
his way without an error, while at
third "Dream" Bostic manoeuvered so
gracefully that a big league scout in
the grandstand signed the young fel-
low up for his next year's team. In
the gardens THE Daily was repre-
sented by three demon sluggers,
"Four-leaf" Parker, "Happy" Robert-
son, and "Rube" Hershdorffer. These
three boys came thru with three home
runs apiece, while "Rube" managed
to garner two bunts.
Umpires "Jamie" Young and "Vern"
Hillery were showered by pop bottles
and frost bites in the fourth inning
by gargle rooters for a close decision
at home. Later in the game both men
were called to Washington by a spe-
cial wire from "Ty" Cobb to officiate,
for the remainder of the series. I

MAROONS IN MEET
HELD AT CHICAGO
CINDER MEN FIND EASY MATTER
IN LEADING AT STAGG
FIELD
MICHIGAN LEADING BY
SAFE SCORE OF 71- 28
ATHLETES WALKING AWAY WITH
CONTEST; LITTLE HOPE FOR
REVERSAL OF SCORE
BULLETIN
Michigan defeated Chicago on track
by the score of 90 to 4i. The Maroons
never threatened the final score and
the meet ended with Michigan the
victors.
Latest word from Chicago stated
that Michigan was leading in the
track meet by a 71 to. 28 score.

UTERITZ AND SHACKLEFORD, who
were the mainstays in the wolverine,
machine,
GENOA MEETING CLOSES
ADJOURNED TO JUNE 015

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up. Foul, strike one, strike two, Pa-i
per popped out to Jackson. No runs,7
one hit, no error.
Illinois. McCurdy up. Out, Uteritz
to Knode. Vogel up. Out, Wimbles
to Knode. Hellstrom up, strike one,3
strike two, ball one, strike three. He1
struck out. No runs, no hits, no er-
rors.
SIXTH INNINGj
Michigan. Wimbles up. Strike one,
out to McCurdy unassisted. Uteritz{
up. Strike one, ball one, flied out to
Peden. Knode up. Ball one, fouled
out to Dougherty. No runs, no hits,
no errors.
Illinois. Reichle up. Ball one,
strike one called, he popped out to
Shackleford. Peden up. Ball one,
ball two, ball three, strike one called,
strike two called. He doubled to left.
Stewart up. Ball one, foul, strike one,
ball two, ball three, strike two, Stew-
art singled. Peden was caught be-
tween third and home. Jackson up.
Ball one, Jackson doubled, scoring
Stewart. Crossley up. Singled over
second, scoring Jackson.-Dougherty
up. Ball" one, hit for two-bagger be-
tween left and center, Crossley going
to third. Dougherty was only allow-
ed two bases because he knocked the

up. Strike one, foul, strike two, out
Liverance to Knode. One run, one
hit, two errors.
EIGHTH INNING
Michigan. Uteritz up. Ball one,
ball two, strike one, ball three, strikel
two called, singled to Crossley, who
failed to catch him at first. Knode
up. Ball one, strike one, ball two,
fouled out to Dougherty. Shackle-
ford up. Strike one, flied out to Pe-
den. Vick up. Strike one, ball one,
strike two, ball two, ball three,bail
fdur, Vick walking. Kipke up. Strike
one, ball one, popped out to Vogel.
to Vogel. No runs, one hit, no errors.,
Illinois. Crossley up . Foul, strike
one, ball one, strike two called, out,
Wimbles to Knode. No runs, one hit,
no errors.

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MILTON DIXON, star twirler, who
performed against the Illini today.
three. Paper up. Strike one, out,
Stewart to McCurdy. Wimbles up.
Strike one, fouled out to McCurdy, re-
tiring the side. No runs, no, hits, no I
errors.
Illinois. Dougherty. up. Ball one,
foul, strike one, ball two, ball three,
ball four. He walked. McCurdy up.
Strike one, foul, strike*two, ball one.
EV Mvr nnnd ntto Shackleford.

NINTH INNING
Michigan. Roby up. Strike
ball one, strike two, foul strike,
two, ball three, strike three.

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Students Renting.
Rooms Should See
Catalogue Notice

(Bygkssociated Press)1
Genoa, May 19.-Mr. Lloyd George,
he British prime minister, in his
valedictory before the final plenary4
session of the economic conference,
said the Genoa weather bad been1
sunny and gloomy, and that some-
imes there had been thunder storms,
but all had ended today in a blue sky.
"That is the history of the confer-
ence," he added. "We need all kindsf
of weather to make a good harvest,
and if you take a good look at the7
conference you will find we have gar-
nered fine crops." 1v
Europe Faces Difficulty
These crops Mr. Lloyd George list-
ed as the coming meeting at the
Hague, the pact for non-aggression,
and the report of the finance, trans-
port, and economic commission. . "If
these reports were adopted," saia Mr.
Llloyd George, "they would help to re-
store the prosperity and vigor to de-
pleted Europe. These technical re-
ports alone justified the existence of
the Genoa conference, but they must
be incorporated into living practice-
converted into gold."
"For the first time Europe has faced
that difficulty and not shirked it. Half
your troubles vanish the moment you
face them, and the other half disap-
pear if you continue to face them.
That is what we have decided to do.
We have decided to continue to face
this problem in order to struggle
through, and that is the most courage-
ous decision taken by this conference.
Labors Reopen at Hague
"With full knowledge of the magni-
tude, complexity, and the perils sur-
rounding this problem, we have decid-
ed deliberately to do our best to
struggle through. That is a decision
worthy of a great conference of na-
tions. We have not gone as far as
the most sanguine of us expected, but
we have gone further than. the doubt-
ers ever hoped or wished us to go."
The Genoa economic conference,
which was one of the greatest polit-
ical gatherings in Europe's history;
and brought here the representatives
of 34 nations, adjourned at 1:15
o'clock today. Its labors will be be-
gun anew at the Hague on June 15.

(Special to' The Daily)
Stagg Field, Chicago, Ill., May 20-
A small crowd turned out for the
Michigan-Chicago track meet. Rains
of the last two days have iade the
track heavy, but otherwise conditions
are perfect.
Burke and Simmons took first and
second in the 100-yard dash, Pyott
third .'Time :10 flat.
Mile run: Krpges, Chicago, first;
Bowen, Michigan, second; Hattendorf,
Michigan, third. Time: 4:31 2-5.
220-yard dash. Burke, first, Sim-
mons, Michigan, second; Pyott, Chi-
cago, third. Time :22 flat.
Shot put: Stipe, Michigan, first;
Heath, Michigan, second; Frida, Chi-
cago, third. Distance: 40 ft. 7 in.
Score: Michigan, 28; Chicago, 8,
Price, of Michigan, took first in the
half .mile, A. Brickman of Chicago
second. Time 1:59.
Michigan takes sweep in javelin,
Hoffman getting heave of 185 feet.
Redman of Chicago wins hammer
throw.

Commencement Earlier This Year
Commencement period this year will
be earlier than in previous years at
the request of numerous alumni.
Plans for the program are practically
completed and will he ready for pub-
lication within a few days, according
to University authorities.

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Vogel up. Strike one called, ball one. Curdy up. Strike one, Schultz now Students desiring to rent rooms for
Dixon tried to catch Dougherty at pitching for ichigan. Ball oneout, next year should read carefully the
first, foul, strike two, foul again, Uteritz to Knode. Two runs, five hits, notice that appears in the new Uni-
fouled out, Vick catching fly. Hell- no errors. versity catalogue. They are especi-
strom up. Foul, strike one, grounded EVNH IN Gally urged to give particular attention
to Uteritz, who caught Dougherty at to paragraph one under the d
second. No runs, no Jits, no errors. Michigan. Shackleford up. Ball one, "The student (lessee) agrees." The
flied out to MclCurdy. Vick up, strike article contains a form of the lease
FOURTH INNING one, ball one, ball two. Vick singled to be used in'renting of rooms as well
Michigan. Uteritz up. Strike one through shortstop. Kipke up, ball as a set of rules governing men's
called, foul, strike two, flied out to one, ball two, strike one, ball three. I rooming houses, and the above refer-
Peden. Knode up. Strike one called, Kipke walks. Roby up. Ball one, ence, is, of course, to it. The refer-
ball one; ball two, ball three, he flied ball two, strike one, ball three, ball ence begins that the student lessee
out to Vogel. Shackleford up. Ball four, Roby walks and bases are 'now agrees to be responsible for the rent
one, out, Jackson to McCurdy. No' filled, Blott batting, for Schultz. Strike of his room for the.............
runs, no hits, no errors. one, Blott doubled through deep cen- with a blank space followed by the
Illinois. Reichle up. Ball one, ter, scoring Vick and Kipke, allowed word semester..
strike one. Reichle doubled to right only two bases because ball went into As stated in the catalogue 'while
field inside first base line. Peden crowd in deep center. Roettger pitch- the'statedmiy te calout, wsile
bunted to Paper, who threw wide to ing for Illniois now. Papei up, strike the'space may be filled out so as to
Knode. Knode missed it, scoring one, grounded toward short, but ball cover both semesters, students are
Reichle. Stewart up. Bunt, Vick was stopped by Crossley, thrown to cautioned against signing the agree-
throwing him out at first, Peden go- McCurdy. Paper out at first, Roby ment when it is so worded unless they
ing to third. Jackson up. Flied out scoring on the play. Wimbles up. are perfectly sure that' they want to,
to Knode.. Crossley up. Hit to deep Wimbles out, Stewart to McCurdy. rent the room for the year, The
right and Peden scored. Dougherty Three runs, two Jilts, no errors. agreements are drawn with the idea
up. Ball one, strike one called. llinois. Vogel up. Liverance now of covering one semester only, and it
Dougherty hit to right field, Crossley is advised that, except in unusual
going to third, but getting caught at to right field. Hellstrom up Ball cases, the space referred to be filled
third by the throw from right field. one, foul, strike one, bunted to Liver- in with the words 'First' and 'Second,'
Two runs, four hits, one error. ance, who threw out Hellstrom at depending on th' semester for which
FIFTH INNING first, Vogel going to third. Reichle room is taken, thus leaving the ques-
Michigan up. Vick up. Ball one, up. Ball one, strike one, ball two, tion of future occupancy open for n
strike one called, ball two, Vick sin- strike two. Reichle went to first on tual agreement between student and
gled to left. Kipke up. Ball one, ball an error by Wimbles, who fumbledl'
two, strike one called, out, Jackson grounder and threw to Knode, who
to tdn, Vick going to second. also fumbled, Vogel scoring. Peden Prof. Scott Meeting Classes Again
Roby up. Ball one, Vick stole third.,t up. Strike one called, strike two, Prof. Fred N. Scott, of the rhetoric
Ball two, ball three, Roby walked. Peden hit by pitched ball. Stewart department, has been meeting classes
Dixon up. Foul, strike one, ball one, up. Stewart bunted to Liverance, since his return from Battle Creek.

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CALL DAILY FOR RETURNS
Baseball and track returns will be
given out tonight by calling 960, The
Daily office. No returns will be given
on 2414.
IN CHARGE OF THE EXTRA
Editor, Paul Watzel. Assistants,
Harry Hoey, Harry Clark, Jack
Briscoe, Ralph Byers, Leo Hersh-
dorfer. -

HRID INNING
Dixon up. Ball one, ball
one called, foul to right

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