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ALLEGAN HIGH SENDS IN LUNE
Officials of the twenty-second annual
interscholastic track meet which will
open at Ferry field on Friday after-
noon of this week Wednesday morn-
ing received an entry blank for com-
petition in the meet from the athletic
department of Allegan high school
asking the privilege of entering nine
men in the meet. The blank, although
nearly two days late, was ' accepted.
This makes a total of 35 high schools
to be entered in the meet. In all, they
have entered 287 track athletes.
Is Lprgest Entry List(
The enrollment or competition in theI
various events of the meet has been
so heavy that officials have found it
advisable to run semi-finals in prac-
tically all events. Preliminary runs
will be held Friday afternoon in all
events except the mile, javelin throw,
and half mile relay. The semi-finals
* -at least no Michigan
man, ever played billiards
1 They are all repeaters. '
The more often and regu-
lar you play, the better
p your game. A
PIPES - _cNCH -- S ES ®
* to 44Iso1.
will either be run off Saturday morn-
ing or early Saturday afternoon.
There are fifteen events on the
program for the meet. In each of
these, four places will be awarded
with points given the competitors.
The majority of the records for these
events are of long standing and it is
not expected that any new records
will le set at the coming met. In-
cluded in the list of men who hold
records for meets of this kind are
Larry Butler, Joe Horner, and Koeh-
ler. All of these men later partici-
pated in Michigan track circles and
established enviable records for them-
selves in Conference track circles.
Delegations Arrive This Morning
The first delegation of visitors was
scheduled to arrive in Ann Arbor
about 5 o'clock this morning when the
Clearfield, Pa., team of four men were
expected. Other teams are expected
to arrive during today and, early Fri-
IThe largest list of entries sent In by
any one school were received from
Detroit Northwestern when they re-
turned their blank with 20 names af-
fixed thereon. This team won the
meet held here for high school men
last year, and are out to repeat their
performance. However, they receiv-
ed their first trip up for a clean slate
this season at Detroit last week when
Detroit Eastern's team copped the
city meet. This latter team expects
to repeat their trick at Ferry field
this week by cleaning up the meet
NET TEAM OFF FOR
BIG TEN TOURNEY
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ively beaten while victories over Le
high and Penn seemed certain when
rain stopped play. Michigan was in
the lead in both these matches when
forced to stop. This week the 6 to 0
beating administered to Northwestern
was evidence of the team's improve.
The matches on the trip west will
close one of the most successful seas-
ons in tennis ever experienced at Mich-
igan. It is possible that a faculty
match may be played before the end
of the semester as a fitting closing to
the home schedule. Members of the
squad will assist in conducting the
second annual interscholastic tennis
tournament for high school players
which will be held on the Ferry field
courts Thursday, Friday, and Satur-1
day, June 1, 2, and 3. s
TEA1M SHAKES JINX
Defeat of Gophers and Iowa Shows
Wolverines Again in Former
ELLIOTT PITCHES FINE GAME
AGAINST MINNESOTA NINE
Winning decisively from Minnesota
in the first encounter at Minneapolis,
the Wolverine baseball nine further
demonstrated that it has shaken the
jnx which has pursued it for sever-
al weeks. Elliott, pitching his first
Conference game, turned out one of
the best records any Big Ten pitcher
has hung up this season and is cred-
ited with the first shut out Michigan
has scored. Elliott was in great form
and had the Gophers guessing from
the very first. The lanky sophomore
lad had perfect control and continu-
ally cut the corners, of the rubber
with his smoke ball.
Elliott has the best assortment of
curves of any Varsity hurler but has
been held back by Coach Fisher be-
cause of his inexperience and his ten-
dency to be wild at times. His per-
formance against the Northmen in-
sures the Wolverines of a dependable'
'hurler for the next two seasons.
Fisher's men continued to keep on
their hitting rampage by slamming
out 12 safeties. Uteritz led the attack
with three hits in 5 trips to the plate
while Elliott helped to win his ow
game by contributing ,2 hits and E
runs in 4 times at bat. Doug Roby
also hit safely on two occasions.
Michigan's victory was won with a
new batting order. After the disaster
at Ohio State Coach Fisher began to
experiment with his batting order in
the hopes of correcting the faults.
After experimenting at Illinoi and
Iowa with this new batting order
Fisher again shifted his order with
Uteritz is again the leadoff man. Utz
has been hitting well of late, while
his speed makes him a. great leadoff
man. Wimbles retains his old posi-1
tion as second batter. Knode has been
moved up from clean up man to third
place. Knode looked like the best hit-
ter in'the Big Ten several weeks ago,1
but in the past few games he has not1
rnaintained the pace he set in the ear-1
lier contests. Bob is a dangerous man
and is counted upon to drive in win-
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ning runs whether at third or fourth
place in the batting order. Ernie Vick
now holds down the position of clean
up man. The big catcher has been
delivering in the pinches of late,
while many of his blows have gone for
Johnny Shackleford bats in fifth
place. Shack came to life against
Iowa with four hits and made one of
the extra base clouts Tuesday. John-
ny drives the sphere farther than any
man on the nine when his batting eye
is right. Mike Paper has been drop-
ped from lead off man to sixth place.
Mike has not hit consistently this
year, alithough he makes extra base
drives in a number of frays. Kipke,
Roby and the pitcher are the last
three batters. Kip is one of the best
fielders in the Big Ten, but his stick
work has not kept pace with his work
in the outer garden.
Doug °Roby's hitting on the trip
seems to justify his presence in tie
lineup. Klein is a more finished fild.
er but fails to deliver the hits. Jack
Blott, Ernie Vick's understudy, crash-
ed through as pinch hitter against
Illinois and Iowa. The sophomore
catcher has given evidence of hitting
strength in practice, but has had lit-
tle opportunity to perform in compe-
Illinois' victory over Purdue has
practically insured Michigan of fin-
ishing ahead of the Boilermakers.
Purdue has yet to meet Iowa and it
wouldnot be surprising to see the
Hawkeyes win from piggy La-
bert's men. At Illinois the Boiler-
makers threw a scare into the Urba-
na camp by scoring three runs in thb
first innig. Lundgren's \men came
back and outscored the Lambert men
by counting five times while Purdue
was unable to score after the first
inning. Purdue by its defeat drop-
ped into fourth place when Wisconsin
scored a win over Chicago.
YEARLING THRACK SQUAD
Archie, Hahn will hold his first real'
tryout for the freshman track squad
this afternoon at Ferry field. These
trials will also be held so as to get a
line on the comparative strength of
the Illinois and Wolverine yearling
Illinois held their tryouts last week
and have forwarded a copy of the
results to Coach Hahn.
The Illinois marks are exceedingly
good and it will be a hard nut to
crack for the Michigan freshmen to
better their marks. Hubbard, Reinke,
and some of the other first rate mean
will undoubtedly lower former rec-
ords. They cannot be expected to do
their Kest because Coach Hahn has
not driven the men as though they
were training for a series of meets.
Archie has uncovered a number of
men who are certain to make the Var-
sity next year, and he expects that
these trials will bring some more to
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