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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CI BETTER

Overwhelming Defeat of Chicago Gives
Wolverines Chance for Second
In Big Ten Meet
BURKE'S TIME OF 10 SECONDS
IN 100 YARD DASH FEATURES
By defeating the Chicago track team}
89 to 46 Michigan's tracks ters -put in
a claim for second place in the com-
ing race for Conference honors. One
of theoutstanding features of the meet
was the great improvement shown by
Burke in the dash events. Contrary
to former reports the track was heavy
due to recent rains but nevertheless
he breasted the tape in 10 seconds'
flat for the century and made 22 fiat
on a curved track in the 220 yard
dash. These times point favorably to-
ward Michigan placing In the dashl
events at the coming Conference meet
at Iowa City.
Davis Makes Good Time
Davis' time in the two mile was also,
good considering the fact that the
Chicago men did not offer much com-
petition in this event. Price pulled a
surprise by nosing out Douglas in the
half mile.
Landowski's mark of 12 feet' in the
pole vault shows that he is coming
out of his slump and should be going
strong at Iowa City. McElven's mark
of 6 feet and 3-8 of an inch is also'
encouraging.
Air currents caused by the arrange-
ment of the stands at Stagg field were
detrimental to the javelin throwers,
Saturday, and\Hoffman did not do as
well as in the Illinois meet. Never-
theless his mark was a good bid for
Big Ten honors, being 188 feet, 4 inch-,
es. As was expegted Sargent placed
in both hurdles events taking first in

the high hurdles and third in the low
hurdles.
Frida is Chicago Find
Chicago has a new find for their
field events in the person of Frida who
heaved the discus for the exceptional
distance of 134 feet, 6, 1-4 inches,
which is one of the best that has been
made in the Conference for some time.
A. Brickman was their highest point
getter. He won the quarter mile in
the time of 50 and 3-5 seconds and took
second in the half mile.
There being no meet for next Sat-
urday the team will have a period of
two weeks in which to prepare for the
IConference meet at Iowa City to be
held June 2 and 3.
CHAMPIONSHIP CHANCES HARD
.IT BY ILLINOIS VICTORY
(Continued from Page Four)
contests against the Gophers will keep
Fisher's men in striking distance of
the leaders.
Saturday afternoon Chicago ' will
meet Michigan on Ferry field. The
high school athletes who will compete
here Friday and Saturday at the In-
terscholastic meet will be guests at
the Maroon game. .The Wolverines
won handily from Chicago on Stagg
field and if they have recovered from
the hitting sluimp they have been in
since the Notre Dame game they
.should repeat Saturday.a

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Uteritz, ss .........
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Vick, c..........
Kipke, cf...........
Roby, if ...........'
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INDIANPOLIS RACETO
W~E 34 C0R ENTERED
Announcement has been made that
there will be 32 cars entered in the,
500 mile international sweepstakes
automobile race to be held at the In-
dianapolis speedway on May 30; $100,-
000 is the prize offered, of which half
is the speedway purse and the other
half addiional money. The Indianap-
olis race is an annual affair and al-
though better speedways have been
built since, this still remains the mo-
tor classic:for drivers all ?ver the
world.
Several years ago the cars entered
became too heavy and powerful so the
piston displacement was cut until
now the displacement is not much
larger than that of the Ford. At first
it was thought that this would cut
the time but this has not been the case
for with these small cars just astgood
time as ever has been made. The ad-
vantage of having lighter cars is that
the track is not torn up so and an-
other thing is the practice gained by
the engineers in designing small cars
able to withstand the awful wear and
tear of 500 miles at a terrific rate of

The pick of the world's drivers are
entered in the 1922 affair and sev-
eral former winners are inclided. A
few of the better known are: Tommy,
Milton, 1921 A. A. A. champion and
former winner. Howard Wilcox who
won in 1919. Ralph De Palma who
has won once and who has always
given the winner a run for his money.
Jules Goux, a Frenchman who is a
former winner and the best of the
foreigners. Jimmy Murphy, the only
American who ever won a French
Grand Prix. The motion picture star,
Wallace Reid, has entered a car
which he will drive himself.

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B atted for Liverance in ninth.
Summary-Two base hits Klein,
Blott, McCurdy 2, Vogel 2, Dougher-
ty, Peden, Reichle, Jackson. Michi-
gan 2, Illinois 8. Stolen bases Ute-
ritz, Vick, McCurdy. Base on balls-Off
Dixon 2, off Jackson 2, off Roettger
2. Struck out-by Dixon 4, by Jack-
son 5, by Roettger 1, by Liverance 1.
Hit by pitcher-Jackson 1. Wild
pitch-Jackson 1. Hits off Dixon 11,
off Liverance 2, off Jackson 4, off
Roetger 4.
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Dougherty, c .......5
McCurdy, lb .... 5
Vogel, cf..... 5
Hellstrom, 2b ...... 4
Reichle, rf .........4
Peden, If...........4
Stewart, ss..... 4
Jackson, p........3
Rotttger, p ........1

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