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"TO DAY
Meet Brings
From All
Mtry

JNTRY AFTER TITLE
sociated Press)'
26.-The question of
y between college ath-
East and of the West
'ed at Harvard stadium
6th renewal of the an-
field tournameut of the
Association of Amateur
erica, first held in 1876.
ie first institution from'
igan to out-run, out-
t-throw the cream of
aie stars will defend the
it won last year. In-
ion from the West will
y Leland Stanford uni-
nade only a fair show-
t three weeks ago tied
ars at 61 1-2 points in
ial meet. Not only will
;iate meet decide the

intercollegiate track superiority of the
two seaboards, but also the holder of
the Pacific Coast championship be-
cause of the tie at Berkeley, affording
the western invaders' a double incen-
tive. California won over Harvard last
year by one-half point, accumulating
a total of 27 1-2, Stanford totaled only
15.
33 Colleges Represented
Athletes representing 33 colleges,
the vest majority from the East, are
expected to toe the mark. New inter-
collegiate and, perhaps, new world's
records, may be established, the Har-
vard stadium oval being considered
one of tle fastest cinder paths in the
country, its only equal being Franklin
field, Philadelphia, the University of.
Pennsylvania course. On the Western
teams will be several men who won
intercollegiate championships last
year, particularly Morris Kirksey of
Stanford, who ran second only to
Charley Paddock' in 1921. This spring,'
however, Kirksey's legs have been
bothering shim. Jack Merchant and
"Brick" Muller are looked upon, by
California as their most probable
point gatherers, but Captain Bob
Hutchinson, whose performance in the
220 yard dash last year, the last event
on the program, won the meet, is being
depended upon heavily.
"Tiny" Hartranft, a graceful giant
who stands six feet, four inches,

weighs 210 pounds and runs 100 yardsi
in 10 flat, is Standford's most "hope-
ful," Captain Hanner of Stanford,'
who throws the javelin about 205 feet
in practice is being counted upon for
the field events. Eddie Sudden na-f
tional A. A. U. sprint champion, is
Stanford's mainstay for the dashes.
Intramural-Items
In a game for second honors in the
class baseball league, the Medics eas-
ily defeated the Laws 13 to 6.
By winnig from the mathematics
department 12 to 2, the economics de-
partment maintained its supremacy
in the faculty league.
This week should see the finish of
the All-campus and interfratsenity
competition in horseshoe and tennis
doubles and singles. In ,the inter-
fraternity horseshoe doubles the fol-
lowing game is left: Alpha Chi Sigma
vs. Kappa Beta Psi. Following are the
games to be played in the All-campus
singles: Croxton plays the winner of
McKechnie-Sunderlands match. In the l
All-campus doubles: Streit-Nichols
vs. Smith-Sunderland, and in the fac-
ulty doubles: Wilson-Good plays win-
ner of the Woody-Meyers vs. Okkel-
berg-Hunt match.
Following are the teams left in the
All-campus tennis doubles: Jerome-
Jerome vs. Tracy-Tracy; Long-Coats.
vs. Kearney-Andrews; Merriam-Un-
derwood vs. Parsons-Winograd. In
the All-campus singles Dunakin has
reached the finals while Snyder, Rock,
and P. Jerome have yet to play in the
semi-finals
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Semi-finals in 120 high hurdles--
First heat, Ott Muskegon, first; Coop-
er Detroit Eastern, second; second
heat, Toepfer Det. East., first Stewart,
Saginaw Eastern, second. Time, :17
2-5, :17 3-5.
Semi-finals in 440 yard dash-First
heat, McKendrick Clearfield, Pa., first;
Seebald Detroit Central, second; sec-
ond heat, Davis Detroit Northwestern,
first; Turpin Det. North., second; third
heat, Evans Richmond, first; McCaus-
land Det. East., second; fourth heat,
Dailey Cass 'ech., first; Edgarton, Al-
legan, second. Time, :52 4=5, by Dail-
ey.
Half mile-First heat, Haven, High-
land Park, first; Carson, Ann Arbor,
second; second heat, Brown Det. East.,
first; Fingerle Ann Arbor, second;
third heat, Wilson Toledo Scott, first;
Knepper Toledo Scott, second; fourth
heat, Groshky Detroit Western. first;
Hart Sag. Arthur Hill, second; fifth
heat, Jenderski, Det. Northeastern,
first; Hozlow Det. Cent., second. Time,
2 min., 5 1-5 sec.
220 yard low hurdles-First heat,
Mowrey Highland Park, first; Ott Mus-
kegon, second; second heat, Belf High-
land Park, first; Willis Sag. East., sec-
ond. Time, :27 1-5, :27.
220 yard dash-First heat, Barlowv
Det. North., first; Leschinsky, Det.
Northwest, second; second heat, Hest-
er Det. North,, first;. Alderman Lans-
ing, second; third heat, Brackenbury
Sag. East., first; Fey Dearborn, sed-
ond. Time, :23 2-5, :22 3-5, :23 1-5'
In the field events the following men
qualified : Shot put, Simpson Det.
Northwest, Smith Sag. East., Carlson
Det. Northwest., Stutzner Hamtramck,
Pauly Toledo Waite.- Distance, 44 feet,
a 3-4 inches.
Pole vault-Thorpe Highland Park,
Prout Det. Cent., Torr Garfield High
of Terre Haute, Ind., Smith Sag. East.,
Neilson Muskegon, Granis Allegan.
Height, 10 feet, 3 inches.

Running high jump-Lester, Det.
Cent., Smith Ionia, Boughton Lansing,
Booth Cass Tech., Huntington Det.
East., Schmitz Allegan. Height, 5 feet,
6 inches.
Hammer throw-Barnum Parkers-
burg, Hamilton Det. East., Simpson
Det. Northwest., Pederson Det. North.,
Dickinson Det. Northwest. Distance,
142 feet, 9 1-2 inches.
Running broad jump-Mowrey High-
land Park, Thorpe Highland; Park,
Meyers Det. Cass. Tech., Marigold Det.
East., Schmitz, Allegan. Distance, 20
feet, 9 3-4 inches.
Discus throw-Barnum Parkersburg,
Watts Det. Northwest., Palmer Grand
Rapids Cent., Pauly Toledo Waite,
Schravesande, Grand Rapids Central.
Distance, 119 feet, 4 3-8 inches.
WOLVERINES A WAIT
TEST WITH MAROON
(Continued from Page One)
Vick is certain to handle the receiv-
ing end of the game. Ernie has been
going like the proverbial house-afire
of late and is counted upon for some
healthy swats against the Maroons.
The remainder of the line-up is un-
changed with Bob Knode on the in-
itial sack, Shorty Wimbles at second'
base, Uteritz at short, Paper holdin
down the hot corner in the infield and
Roby, Kipke and Shackleford in the
outer gardens.
The change back to the old batting
order, with Uteritz leading off, brought
results in the two game series with
the Gophers as the Varsity came
through with several swats at much
needed times which had been one of
te shortcomings while they were
jinxed by the batting slump., Shac-
kleford, Uteritz and Knode all ap-
pear to have regained their batting
eyes, which speaks ill for any and
all opposing moundsmn and the
batting of Paper and Wimbles has al-
so picked up, considerably.t Paper
came through in one of the games with
ed four hits/in one game alone. The
Wolverines seem to have a crack]
pinch hitter in Jack Blott, the 'alter-
nate catcher. Blott was given three
chances during the last series of four
games and came through twice, which
is good enough for any man.
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SUNDAY DESERT,

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"MALLO NUT."

WoLVEIECOLS TEAM
TRAMVES TO CHICAGO TO MJ
STRONG MAROON FOUR
MONDAY
Michigan's golf team will p
Northwestern at 9 o'clock this morn
over the Ann Arbor course in one
the most important matches o
season. The individual matches -
be played during the morning, and
best ball foursomes will be played
the afternoon.
By winning from Illinois last M
day, Michigan's team proved tha
was equal to the best in the Con
ence and in meeting Northwestern
day, it should have little trouble
annexing another victory. Northw
ern has not proved to be a formid
foe in the Conference up to the p
ent time, while the Wolverines IA
four straight victories to their cr
'and have played better golf in e
successive match. If Michigan's t
is in form and plays the kind of
the men are capable of playing,
Wolverines should win.
However, when Michigan meets (
cago Monday at Olympic fields Chic
theytwill be up against one of the k
college teams in the country. So
the Maroons have registered wins c
Wisconsin, Illinois, and Purdue
Michigan looming as the only forn
able contender left in the, runn
Chicago's team iscomposed rnof
stars who are consistently shoo
the long Olympic course in the
and all of the men on the team h
had experience in tournament p
Tuesday, Chicago won a onesided
tory fronP Purdue by a score of 2(
2, at th Floosmore Country o
Purdue's two points won in the 1
ball foursormes in the afternoon,
Maroons taking all of the in4div
matches. Captian George Hartman
the Chicago team, shot a 79 and 8
this match, As the course was s
from heavy rains, these are good mh
scores and would win points in
intercollegiate match. Hartman is
of the best college golfers in the c
try at the present time, being comj
ed with Jones and "Rudy" Knepper
Michigan won from Purdue by a s<
of A to 3 in their match on fMay
so the match Monday should 'be c
as both teams are evenly matched
are at the top of their games at
present time. Winters had a 69 at
Ann Arbor golf course' Wedness
with nines of 32 and 37. All of
men are playing a good gane
they should easily win from o:
western and play Ciicago on e
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