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NORTHERN, NORTHWESTERN
IN HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET

tinued from Page One)
1 dash: Hester, Det. North-
Sternaman, -Owosso, sec-
ence, Clearfield Pa., third;
'th. Time 10 3-5 seconds.
I high hurdles: Toepfer,
ern, first; Cooper, Det.
econd; Stewart, Saginaw
third; Ott, Muskegon,
Ime 17 1-5 seconds.
t: Simpson, Det. North-
rst; Smith, Saginaw East-
d; Stutzner, Hamtramck,
rison, Det.Northwestern,
istance 44 feet 34 inches.
: Hill, Mt. Clemens, frst;'
t. Central, send; Murry,
ek, third; Hornberger, Ann
urth. Time 4:41 2-5 sec-
Barnum, Parkersburgh W.
Simpson, Det. Northwest-
,d; Palmr, Grand 'Rapids
ilrd; Schravesande, Grand
ntral, fourth. Distance 119
inches.
dash: Hester, Det. North-
Alderman, Lansing, second;
t. Northern, third; LeSchin-
gorthwestern, fourth. Time
:onds.
* throw: Barnum, Parkers-
Va., first; Hamilton,° Det.
econd; Simpson, Det. North-
bird; Pederson, Det. North-
1. Distance 142 feet. 9 1-2
.e: Haven, Highland Parl,
irn, 1Det. Eastern, second;
naw Arthur Hill, third; Car-
Arbor, fourth. Time 2:05.
hrdles: Willis, Saginaw
rst; Myers, Cass Tech, sec-
, ighland Park, third;
Highland Park, fonrth.
at.
dt; Thorpe, Highland Park,
it, Pet. Central, second;
tnaw lastern; Torr, erre
ielsen, Minuskegon; Scpmitz,
shmenWin
gias Numerals
14 weyre aw rded to fouIr
he freshman tennis squa4d
Paul Jerome, Gilbert Rock,,
y, and Paul 'Corbett were
ored. Of the other 28 men
upon the squad, Charles
and R. H. Crabe received
mention and would proba-
ron their numerals ,had they
practice with the team.
Hodgeman, '24, coach of the
:ommenting upon the squad
himself as believing that
was one of the best that
been produced from the
a yearling class.
end Rock were both junior
of their home towns, De-'
Clevela4d, and with the
erience gaine} this year
able to win places on the
t year, as both Mekeo a
-a4uste.
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DAYS 'AND ,HOLIDAY

Merriam and I. H. Chabe received
feet 9 inches.
High jump: Pritchard, Allegan.,
first; Huntington, Det. Eastern,
eond; Huebler, Ann Arbor, third;
Broughton, Lansing, fourth. Height
5 feet 8 1-2 inches.
CONFERENCE MEET NEXT
FOR WOLVERINE RUNNERS
MICHIGAN AND WISCONSIN WILL
FIGHT FOR SECOND PLACE;
ILLINOIS FRST
Having won the last dual meet of
the year from Chicago on May 20, the
Wolverine track team is looking for-
ward to the outdoor Conference meet
which will be held at Des Moines, Ia.,
June 2 and 3. Illinois is conceded to
have the best chances for first place
ii the meet with Michigan and Wis-
consin rated about equally for second
place. By comparison of the scores
made by the two schools in their
meets with Illinois, Wisconsin appears
appears to ,be slightly superior but
the difference is not enough to war-
rant a bet either way. Steve Farrell
thinks, though, that the Wolverines
have a slight shade over the Badgers
and that they should come through in
second place.
Michigan has chances for first place
in at least two events, the pole vault
and javelin. If Landowski can come
back and perform according to his
old form, he can beat anybody else
the Conference has to offer. If Hoff-
man can continue his good work in
the javelin he may be able to again
defeat Angier, of Illinois, and inci-
dentally set a new Conference record.
Sargent is also depended upon to
garner some points for Michigan in
the hurdle events.
Illinois points will most likely be
garnered by such Men as Yates, in
Low cost is ope of the pleasantest
features of eating Sunday dinner at
the Michigap Cafeteria.-Adv.
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the half mile, Patterson in the mile,
Ayres in the sprints, Angier in the
Javelin, Osborne in the high jump and
Hill, Cannon or Coughlin in the
weight events.
Wisconsin will most likely look upon
Sundt and Captain Knollin as their
best point getters. Kansas will be
represented by one of the most valu-
,ble athletes in the country in the
person of Captain Everett Bradley,
who has been high point winner In
every meet that he has been in this
season, including the +Illinois indoor
Conference meet and the Drake re-
lays. He will compete in the high
hurdles, the broad jump, shot put and
possibly in the javelin throw. He is
capable of 23 feet, 10 inches in the
broad jump and 45 feet, 1 3-4 inches in
the shot put,
Iowa is also conceded to have a
chance of placing among the first
three at the meet but unless they pro-
duce. a dark horse at the last minute
her hopes are not as good as those of
the other teams. Last Saturday this
team won the Iowa State meet with
an imposing score. Brookers in the-
hurdles and Wilson in the 220 yard
dash are Iowa's strongest entries.
YesedysGames
Anlerican Le*ague
St. Louis 1 and 2, Chicago 2 and 3.
Washington 1, New York 3.
Athletics 3 and 2, Boston 2 and 1.
Cleveland 5, Detroit 3,
Natioual League
Boston 1, New York 7,
Brooklyn 7 and 2, Philadelphia 3 and 3..
Pittsburg 2, $t, Louis 3.
Chicago 1 and 6, Cincinnati 8 and 7.
Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.-Adv.
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MIClHIGAN GOLFERS
DEFEAT PURPLE[
Michigan's golf team scored its
fourth consecutive victory of Confer-
ence matches by winning over the
team from Northwestern university
yesterday morning on the Ann Ar-
bor course. The team showed su-
periority during the entire play and
succeeded in defeating the visitors by
the decisive score of 12 to 0. The
best ball foursome which was sched-
uled to be played in the afternoon
was called off because of the fact that
the Northwestern players were obliged
.to take an early train back.
The remaining game on the sched-
ule will be played with Chicago on
-Monday. The Maroons are known to
have a strong and well balanced team
being the only team besides Michigan
which has not gone down to deefat,
so tomorrow the hopes for a cham-
pionship rest with Captain Winters
and his men. Little fear is entertain-
ed though if the team plays the same
polished game that it did Saturday and
in the other matches of the season.
NOTICE
I am buying old clothes and paying
the highest prices. $3.00 to $10.00 for'
suits. Call 1677-W or bring them to
203 N. Main St. Dave Mordsky.-Adv
A limitless variety, it sems, on the
menu for Sunday dinner at the Mich-
igan Cafeteria.-Adv.

32 CARS TO START AUTO
RACES AT INIANAPOLIS
TENTH ANNUAL MOTOR CLASSIC.
WILL TAKE PLACE
.; TUESDAY
(By Associated Press)
Indianapolis, Ind., May 27.-- Four
former winners, 11 drivers who nev-
er have piloted a car in a 500 mile
race, and 17 others who have tried on
numerous occasions for the $100,000
prize money comprise the field sched-
uled to start in the tenth annual In-
ternat i~oal sweestiake automobile
race at the Indianapolis Motor Speed-
way May 30.
Tommy Milton, A. A. A. ohampion
in 1921 and winner of last year's
500 mile race; Howard Wilcox, win-
ner in 1919; Ralph DePalma, the vic-
tor in 1915, and Jules 'Goux, who
crossed the tape first in 1913, are
drivers who have won tho 'big prize
and who are scheduled to pilet
mounts again, this year.
Other star drivers who 'have enter-
ed the 1922 contest include Jimmy
Murphy, winner of the 1921 French
Grand Prix; W, Douglas Hawkes, of
London, Eng.; Roscoe Sarles, who
finished second in the last local race;
Ralph Mulford, Jules Ellingbee, dirt
track champion; R. C. Durant, and E.
G. (Cannonball) Baker, transconti-
nental motorcycle and automobile
driver. Although an Indianapolis man
and a veteran automobile driver, Bak-
er never has participated in a race
at the speedway.

(By Associated Press)
Chicago, May 27. - George
continues to prove himself a a
ball team, for the St. Louis
first sacker again occupies a
position in almost every col
the American league statisti
leased today, which include g,
Wednesday.
Sisler heads the batters with
of .439, despite the fact that
three points lower than last
average. He has scored th
runs, 39, made the most hits, (
in total bases with 96, heads t
stealers with 18, has banged
two baggers against 11 for th
ers and his circuit drives to
enough to plae him near the
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Read Michigan Daily Ads a:
witl buy wisely.-Adv.

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