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MEET TO
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Ia., May 25.-Middle dist-
ig at the annual .Big Tenr
eld meet to be held at the
>f Iowa, June 2 and 3, will
ier a fast field of perform-
estern colleges and univer-
ding Fassenden Hof Illinois,
Visconsin, Pyott of Chica-
i of Minnesota, and Wilson
v of Iowa in the 440 yard
ggins and Wolters of Ames,
fMinnesota, Ramsey of
Yates of Illinois, and Noll
v of Iowa in the half mile,
a collection of stars such
e the spectators a whiff of
>mpetition as these entries
for points in the Western
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In the 440 yard run practically all
named are doing the quarter in 50 sec-'
onds or less this season, while the
half mile finds several men in the 1:57
class, including Higgins of Ames, who
won the event at the Big Ten meet
last year.
Nor will the battle be limited to the
above entries, as other Big Ten un-
iversities and some of the smaller
colleges have stars capable of cutting'
in on the better known favorites. As
far as close competition goes it seems
likely that the half mile will furnish
perhaps the most spirited race. Noll
of Iowa, Yates of Illinois, and Sweit-
zer of Minnesota will have ian argu-
ment to settle between themselves,
while Morrow of Iowa and Higgins of
Ames will battle again for honors won
by Morrow in the state meet "at Des
Moines last Saturday.
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WOLIERINES END TRIP
Byt WIN DHER GOPHERIS
MICHIGAN ENTERS LAST LAP OF
BIG TEN RACE WITH
TITLE HOPES

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CONFERENCE STANDING
W. L.
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igan ......... .7 2
onsin..... . .6 3
Sue . . .4 2
State..........2 3
iesota..........2 4
bwestern_........2 5

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the Gophers helpless in the first con-
test, and was sent into the second
game, in the ninth inning, when Mich-
igan scored the four runs which won
the game. In Elliott, Coach Fisher
seems to have uncovered a star twirl-
er who should be able to stand up
against any pitcher in the Conference.
Chicago will meet Michigan at 4
o'clock Saturday afternoon. Burch
and Yardley will probably be the bat-
tery men for the Maroons, although
Captain Dixon, first baseman and al-
ternate pitcher for the Midway nine,
may 'be used on the mound. Dixon'
was effective against Wisconsin and
may try his arm against Fisher's
men. No announcement has been
made by the Wolverine mentor as to
whom he will send against the Mar-
oons, but it is not unlikely that he
will start Liverance, since this twirler
worked effectively against the Mar-
oons on Stagg field earlier in the seas-
on.
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Hill, Knode, Utley, Ruzicka, Van, Bov-
en, Perrin and Huggitt Listed
on Roster

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GALAXY OF FORMER DIR
SPROMISES TO PLAY 0

MEET VARSITY IN TWO
GAMES ON JUNE 15 and

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Michigan's Varsity baseball nine
closed its Western trip Wednesday at
Minneapolis with an 8 to 4 victory
over the diamond team from the Uni-
versity of Minnesota. By winning both
games form Minnesota, Michigan end-
ed its final swing around the Confer-
ence circle with three victories and
one defeat. The Wolverines have yet
three games on their schedule,. and
by winning all of these contests they
can claim the undisputed champion-
ship of the Big Ten, while defeat in
any of these frays would end their
hopes unless Ohio State should win
from Illinois in the Indians' last game.'
It is highly improbable that the Buck--
eyes will be able to win from Captain
McCurdy's nine, although that Ohio
nine is stronger than the percentage
column indicates.
Elliott receives credit for both vic-
tories against Minnesota as he held

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Regardless of whether the Varsity w
is successful or not in its chase for '1
the baseball championship of the h
Western Conference it will have two
of the hardest games on the schedule t
when it meets the alumni aggrega-
tion at Ferry field Thursday, June 15,'
and Saturday, June 18. These games 10
are two of the biggest attractions plan-M
ned for Commencement week and from
the names that have been culled from
the list of former Michigan diamond
stars by Norman H. Hill, '11, in charge,1
of organizing the alumni for the tilt, s
the present generation is going to be E
in for two full afternoons of baseball.E
Included in the roster of old timersm
who will be here for the games, and a
it sounds like a selected group from
Michigan's hall of baseball fame, are
some of the really greats of Wolver-
ine history. Hill was captain of the a
Varsity in 1911 and played first base ,
during the seasons of 1909, '10, and '11. F
During his regime the team was bat-S
tling Eastern opposition almost en- a
tirely and has left some of the proud- a
est entries in Michigan's record books
in the shape 'of victories over Yale,
Harvard, and Princeton. He was, dur-
ing his time in college, and still is,
'a fast, smooth fielder and a hard hit-
ter who will assure the alumni of
ample strength on the initial sack.
Other first basemen who will be here
for the games are H. H. Caswell, '16E,
James F. Newell, '21, who played on
the Varsity during the 1916, '17, and '20
seasons, and Dr. Edward Bowerman,
'19M.
For pitching material the alumni
have to pick from some of the greatest
pitchers college baseball has ever
been. Of these the man who will prob-
ably be watched with the greatest in-
terest is J. A. Utley, '03E~ who was
a Varsity star 20 years ago and who
is still in shape; according to Hill,
to twirl a few innings of his best
brand of baseball. Others pitchers
are H. H. Campbell, '09, F. H. Linthi-
cum, '11E, C. W. Ferguson, '15L, who
went to the major leagues at the same
time George Sisler did, F. J. Blanding,
'12, who also starred in the majors
for several years, and E. E. Ruzicka,
'21, who played his final game with
the Varsity last season. Anyone of

hese men wou
on to almost
One of the
cts will be
ith the Bowe
he principals
2, a catcher
rst baseman.
'ill be in the I
4L, L. B. Ge
er Davis, '06.
If the alumn
he fastest infie
arsity this y
oing to be su
n, '21, captaiF
vcQueen, '15E

17, shortstop,
tone combin
F. Hughitt
ny" of Yost',,
nd eight ye
us, '21, will
orner.
A large nu
isted to patr
mong them
12, captain
. Olmacher,
. Perrin, '2
nd W. Kirc

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