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Wolverne Track len Leave Today
For Conference Heel At Iowa City

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igan Freshmen have never
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coming to Ann~ Arbor.
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Michigan's track team, numbering
17 strong, will leave this afternoon for
Iowa City, where they will compete in
the Conference outdoor meet, Friday
and Saturday. Men have been enter-
ed in all events except the hammer
hrow, discus and shot put.
Two DasIrilen
Simmons and Burke will negotiate
the century and the 220, and if Burke
shows the same form as he did at the
Chicago meet he may be able to gain

a place for Michigan in these events.
Because of graduation, this will be
Simmons' last race for Michigan and
he will undoubtedly put forth every,
effort to make it a good one. Four men
will run the quarter mile for the Wol-
verines. They are Simmons, Joyner,
Lewis and Rankin. In the half mile
Douglas and Price will again run for
the Maize and Blue. Bowen and Hat-
tendorf aye booked for the mile run.
Michigan' honor in the two mile run
rests upon Harry Davis. If he can put
up the same game fight that he did in

the Illinois meet he will most likely
acquit himself of the responsibility in
a creditable manner.
Sargent and Schmitz will again top
the sticks in the hurdle events for the
Wolverines. This will also be Sar-
gent's last meet, and Michigan loses
another good point winner by his de-
parture. Hoffman will represent the
Wolverines in the javelin throw. He
broke the Conference record in last
year's meet, and it is expected he will
have the honor of breaking his own
record this year and incidentally add-
ing a few more points to Michigan's
score. Landowski is' entered in the
pole vault event and is expected to put
up a strong fight against Merrick of
Wisconsin and the other aviators of
the Conference.



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Dope on the meet is decided con-
elusively on one point, but undecided
on another. Illinois is conceded first
place without doubt, but nobody has
ventured to proprecy who the winner
of second place will be. There are
five teams to chose from which all
seem to be evenly matched. These
are, Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin,
Iowa and Notre Dame. Ohio might
also have a fighting chance if Moore-
head, their all around star, comes
through that day. Nebraska, winner
of the Missouri Valley Conference, is
also conceded a chance. .
Michigan probably has as good a
team as any in the Conference outside
of Illinois for a dual meet, but it takes
a bevy of stars to win in a big meet,'
something which Michigan hasn't. The
Wolverines have proven to be well
balanced in all the meets of the year
and have enlarged their score by con-
sistent winning in second and third
places. What they will be able to do
in the big meet remains to be seen.
Gophers Strong
Minnesota is deemed a formidable
contender by all dopesters. The'
Gophers won respect for themselves
when they defeated Wisconsin's team
by a margin of one point. The Badg-
ers and the Wolverines have shown an
even rating all year. Wisconsin man-
aged to garner a few points more
against the Illini than lMichigan did,
but the Wolverines retaliated by de-
feating the Maroons by enough points
better than the Badgers were able to
make, so that both teams stand about
even. The Iowa and Notre Dame teams
have been showing strongly all sea-
son, and are both likely to come
through second on the list.
Graduates To Hold Final Meeting
Graduate Students club will meet
immediately after the Senior sing to-
night in the parlors of Barbour gym-
nasium. Dean Lloyd will address the
club at this time, officer's reports will.
be read, and a temporary chairman
elected for next fall. A short musical
program and refreshments will fol.-
Watch Greater Michigan with The
Summer Michigan Dally.-Adv.

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Illinois..... ............ 8 2
Mieigai S............... 8 3
Wisconsin ........... .. .. 7 3
Purdue................. 4 4
Ohio State ............... 3 3
Minnesota .............. 2 4
Northwestern ............. 3 6
Iowa................... 2 6
Chicago.,............. 1 7




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Defeat at the hands of Wisconsin
Monday afternoon robbed the Wolver-
ine nine of a chance for the baseball
championship of the Conference,
while Illinois with eight wins and two
defeats is credited with the titular
honors as the Indians have completed
their schedule and Michigan by win-
nig its remaining Big Ten game with
Ohio State cannot overtake Lund-
gren's men.
Similar to Last Year
Final standings in the Big Ten race
this year are very similar to the ones
last year. It has been Wisconsin both
years that -has knocked the Wolver-
ines out of the running after they were
tied for first place. Last spring Mich-
igan was tied with Illinois for first
place when Fisher's men met the
Badgers. Wisconsin won the game,
and, as this year, by winning from
Michigan the Badger nine gave the
championship to Illinois.
If the Wolverines win Saturday from
Ohio State they will be anchored satfe,
ly in second place, technically tied
with Illinois, but the Urbana team
will hold first place by a margin of
50 points in 'hie percentage column,
due to its shorter schedule and con-
sequent fewer defeats. Michigan has
suffered a slump since mid-season, and
Fisher's men have not been able to
hit their stride since the game with
Iowa on Ferry field. Even in the
Iowa game there was a noticeable lack
of punch and heavy hitting which had
characterized the earlier gne with
Illinois, Wisonsin and Chiago. Wth
the cracking of Milton Dixon at Ohio
State, Michigan went on the rocks, and
Fisher's men have not been able to
display the brand of baseball that was
evident in the opening contests.
Liverance Looks Good
Liverance gave an excellent account
of himself after his entrance into the
Wisconsin fray. Livy held the heavy
Cardinal nine to i single blow during
his stay on the mound, while he used
an assortment of curves which have
not been equalled on the Ferry field
diamond 'since the days of -Sl cker
Parks. Livy had the Badger batters
baffled, and pitched fully as effective-
ly as did Capt. Forrest Paddock of the
Wisconsin team. Paddock is the most
effective hurler the Wolverines -have
batted against this year.
Tuesday's encounter at Notre Dame
was disastrious for Micigan as the
Wolverine nine continued its batting
slump, 'nd suffered the first shut out
that has been administered to a Maie
and Blue nine in years. Castner, the
Irish star who holds a no hit no run
verdict over Purdue, was highly e-
fective and held Michigan to six hits,
three of which were garnered by C.p-
tain Vick. Elliott hurled for the Wol-
verines and allowed 12 sae blows. Al-
though Elliott was touched frequently
by the Irish batters, his control was
the redeeming feature of the contest.
This lad has a wide assortment of
curves, but has worked on control this
spring at the expense of some of his
foolers. Next year he will be a val-
uable mate for Liverance, if he is
able to use all of his curves with the
control he is developing.
Play 0. . I. atrdy
Saturday afternoon Ohio Matst ju-
neys to Ferry field for the last Big Ten
engagement of the year. Fisher's
men are out for revenge, and expect
to reverse the decision of their earh-
ier meeting with the Buckeye nine. y
winning Saturday, Michigan will own
a record nearly the equal of the cham-
pion Illini, for a victory will give
Michigan one more win than the
champions have, althoughalisher'
xmeir have lost ones more game thn
Lundgren's men, Deteat at the 4,4d
of Ohio would drop Michigan below
Wisconsin and sink the Wolverines in
third place, a lower, position than
Michigan has occupied at any time
since its re-entrance into the Confer-
ence. Liverance will probably hurl
for Michigan, while Captain Cotter
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