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oimt to center, Uteritz taking third?
e out. Shncklefo-d singled scor-
teritz, and Kiinke followed hirn
the plato when Foley fumbledv
's grounder.
following inning the Wolverines
ated the feat. Blott singled and
'z and Kipke drew walks fillingI
ases. Castner then gave a balk]
Lg Blott and advancing the other
unners. Van Boven came through
a sacrifice fly scoring Uterltz.,
g the score 10-9 Fin favor of
Dame.
visitors scored first ins th~ third
hits by Foley and Castner, con-?
with a walk to Nolar. and an
by Haggerty,~ brought in two
In the following fraine a basel
Ils to Vergara end hits by Thorn-
ergmlen and Sheenan were goodl
free nmore counters.
"Noonian Blows Up
nan bl~w up completely in the
iwhen before he could bQ taken1
favor of Stryker, three men had
secutively. Stryker then walk-
first man to face him and next
another hit and a pair of free,
sall of which was good for five
ch Fisher's battery men -x ere all
11 bases en galls being presented
Ire Dame. Castner *was more
ye after the early innings, strik-
,it nine me~n. He gave five bases,
Ils somee of which figures in the

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Irwi ('C. teritz
Wolverine leader whose single and
and clever base running in the tenth
Inning enabled him to dash home fromI
third base with the'.winning runi on a
passed ball, thus sending Notre Dame
'down to defeat after a nip and tuck
contest.
MATH ERS YEARINGS
WORK UNDER HOT SN
CONDITION OF OROI ND14 STILL
DAD; TO MAKE LARGE CU7T
SOON
Coach Mather's brosh baseball squad
worked out under a sweltering sun
Friday afternoon on Ferry field. The
smallest turnout of the sping was
marked by a heavy infield drill. In-
field work is uncertain because of
the poor diamond on which the frosh
are forced' to play. The ground is
uneven and is covered with pebbles,
making an infielder's life miserable as
well as uncertain. Two rather seri-
ous casualties have already occurred,
besides numierous bruises. The poor
diamond hampers many of the players
and undoubtedly has spoiled many
good fielders because they shy from
the ball that 'takes bad bounds.
Coach Mather instituted a new prac-
tice Friday afternoon in an effort to
induce good throwing. All wild throws,
must be retreived by the thrower.
This practice has already reduced the
number of bad throws because Ferry
field is a large place, and a bad throw'
means a long 'chase.
Another cut was made Whichi re-
duces the squad to fifty. "Skipper"'
.Mather intends to start working with
the battery canditates next week, and
will have the squad reduced to a
workable number in a short tjime.
Men. Entombed by Explosion
Trinidad, Colo., M4ay 5 (By A. P.)-

FTStrog Wind Aids DNshi den as Martinl
and Goldwater Lead in 2241
and Century Sprints
AtJRBBARD 3MAY FNTER ROTH
HRDIILES FOR ILLINU MEET
With a stro-ir wind on their backsI
the X100 and 220 yard men ran their1
races in fast time ye sterday mnorning1
at Ferry field in the trials for the
Illinois meet. The quarter and half
milers found this wind to be a great-1
er hindrance thian 2 help so that theyI
were unable to make any remarkable
performances.
In the first race, the 100. yard dash,I
the dope was upset when GoldIwater.
ran an excellent race and defeated
Captain Burke and Wittman by a yardu
Ile has been showling fine progress;
since the outdioor sea ;on started and.
should win -points for Michigan niext.
Saturday. In the 220 dlash Martin ,wont.;
with Burke comning in second, Witt-
man third, Goldwater fourth, and
Purdy fifth. Th1is race was close all
fdhe way and Martin took the .lead in
the last "20 yards. Captain Burke wvas
a scant yard b ehind.
Joyner Tales 4410
Joyner won the 440 yard race, Sei-
mona was second, Morgan third, andi
Barber fourth. As the wind was com-
ing from the east these men had to
run against it for the greater part of
the race and this greatly handicapped
them so that their time was only fair.
Coach Farrell did not run Reinke,
Hattendorf, Cushing, or Roesser in the
880 as they are sure of entering the
meet next Saturday but instead rain
Arndt, Spedding, Gibson, Cochran and
Ford who finished in the order given.

St.. Louis .........2 7. 2
Cleveland.......10 12 0
Kolp, Pruett and'Severeid; Edwards
and O'Neill.'
R H B
A~iejs .. .2 8 1
New Yornk............. 7 10 1
lleimach#Kiniieya4nd Perkins; Bush
and Schang.

All baseball tcamus gill be permiltted
to practice rruesday if th~ey call that
Intramural department arid ask that
a diamond be reserved for themn at
Ferry field.

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I 'age vs. D~elta Silgma Pil; Herm'itage
vs. Theta Xi; Hormitige vs. Alphha
jDelta Phi; Phi Chii vs. Delta Sigma
P'i; Tau Delta Phi vs. Phi Delta Theta;

Detroit
Chicago
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Brooklyn ...

Boston .. ..
Grimes and DieBerry;
Cooney and Gowdy.
New York......... .
Philadelphia.....

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4 9 6
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-Photo by Calkins-Fletcher
John IL. Slackleford
Cleanup roan and right fielder for
Michigan who has been initaining a
batting average 'of better thn .400 so
far this season.
Lose something? A classified in
classified ad will sell it for you-Adv.

Owing to the difficulty of getting
Ferry field for the purpose of ruanning
oft all of the events on the fraternity
and Al-campus track meet progr-ams,
the ovxal inside of the running trace
between Waterman gymnasium and the
Medical building will be used for the

Phi Kappa Sigma vs. Acacia; Phi Mit
Alprha vs. Tau Epsilon Phi.
Grennan Returns From Convention
Mr. John Grennan, of the engineer-
ing shops, who is the only member of
the American Foundrymen's associa-
'I tio in Ann Arbor, returned Friday
atra three days' visit to the asso-
' eition's convention at Cleveland.

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Chicago......... .. . 6 13
St. Louis ..........7 11
i-Dumovich, Keene, Russell
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Boston ... ......4 10
Washbi ngton.......1 5
El mke and Picinick;. Zachary
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7 field events when the meets are 'held.
Intram ural Items An,, time after 3 o'clock any iifter-
noon duiring the week facilities will
The schedule for the regulationl be provided for practice in the. fol-
baseball games for the class teams lowing events: pole vault, high lomp,
l is as follows: 4 o'clock.i Monday, jun-, i-" ~ad jump, shot put. The board run-
bor lits vs. fresh engineers; 4 &l ning track may be used for the; prac-
ITuesday, senior" engineers vs. medic-;s tieing of the relay races and the pass-
4 o'clock, Thursday, junior engineers ing of the baton. All entries for the
vs. soph engineers ;4 o'clock, Fid All-campus track meet will be ac-
winner of junior lit-fresh cngineen-. cepted until 5 o'clock, Saturday,
game vs. winner of senior engineers- May 11.
medic game. -
The elimination series in the fa The following games must be play-
ternity baseball tournament will s' art1 ed off by 5 o'clock tomorrow, in the
tomorrow, 'the teams being su'hedtiled
fraternity horseshoe leagues or the
to inep a folos: o'loc, da-st~andings will be allowed to remain
mond 1. Phii Chi vs. Sigma Chi; dia- as they were announced in Saturday's
Mend 2. Kappa Sigma vs. Beta Phil"Daily:
Delta; diamond 3.. Delta Upsilon vs.
Delta Alpha E~psilon; diamond 6, Xi j Nui Sigma Nti vs. Phi Delta Chii;
Psi Phi vs. Psi Omega. Amon,4 the Phi Delta Chi vs. Alpha Sigma Phi;
independents the schedule for today! Phi Delta Chii vs. Lambd CGhi Ali)ha;
Is as follows: 5 ocelock, diamond 4 1lpha L igina Phi "vs. Delta Sigma Phi;
Wolfson teamn vs. Gun and blade; dia I Alpha Tau Omega vs. Delta Sigma
Mnond 5, Outlaws vs. Raymond 1eanm Delta: Xi Psi Phi vs. Chii Psi; Hermi-

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Reinke and H-attendorf ran a mile for R
endurance with the milers and two. Cincinnati ............. 7 12 3
trilers. Pittsburgh.......10 14 1
Loomis ;Shows 'Well in Iturdles Reek, Couch, RThxey and Hargraves;
In the low hurdles Loomis beat Cooper, Morrison and Schmidt.
Simpson, the only other entry, and I~
in the higl% hurdles Hubbard won TYhcater Passes to Go to Slugger
from Aubry in a one-sided race. Loom- de nueetwl eo~rt
is' time was good and he, may be able members of the Varsity baseball nine
to place Saturday If he runs as goodj to get extra base clouts in 'the remain-
a race as he wcon, today. Coach Far-. { ing Confereunce games to be played on
rell says that he may run Hubbard' Ferry field. J. L. Helsden, manager of
in both hurdle races besides the broad the Arcade theate',' has offered to give
jump as 'the* meet is expected to be'25 passes to Captain .Uteritz in rec-
close. ognition of the first home run which.
Bowen won the mile in mediocre was hit in a Conference game this sea-
time and was followed across the tape son by a -Michigan player. Hereafter
by 1Reanick and Polhiamus. This event! all four-bggers will be rewarded with
is perhaps the weakest in 'comparison 15 passes, three base hits with 10 pass-
with, Illinois' unusually fine material es and all doubles with five passes.
than any other single one. Bowen will The only condition laid down is that
have, hard competition from at least the extra base hits be ma'de by iem-
three men. bers of the Varsity nine in 'Conference
In the two mile Isbell and Davis Fganies played on Fer'ry Field.
crossed the tape together and ran the
distance in fairly fast time. Nickob I
son took third place. Indications are'I
that Michigan will take two places ;
in this event from their old time rivals. I
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vo out when winning; run isI
vatted for O'Hara in eighth.
Score by Innings
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 k
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Dame .0 02 35 0 0 0 00-101
ne runs: Noonan. Two base hits:
Struck out by Castner 8, Fal-
Benson 3, Noonan 1, Stryker I.
n balls, off Noonan 4, Stryker 3,
a. 4, Castner 5. 'Wild pitches:
y. Double plays: Uteritz to
rty to Knode.' Passed balls:F
z1, Blott 1. Hit. by pitcher,
Winning pitcher: Benson, los-
cher Falvey. Umpire: Greene.

kTen men were entombed in the. North
slope of the Southwest mine of the
Rocky Mountain Steel comipany nearI
Aguilar, by an explosion this after-I
noon.

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