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annmiTICNH Visiting, Fathers To Attend Banquet3
And Mimes Entertainment Tonightl
I II IIS FllMO I Poitive indications of the success! witnessed the tug-of-war between thei
El M Itl0 NU UIL or Father's Day are now apparent. sophomores and f'reshmlen and from
Studlents in the University have had all outward appeara'nces they enjoyed!
the pleasure' this week-end of enter- i
AG R G TOj- eventful occasions of the year. "f envy these young fellows. It's a

(SPORT,,NOT iIAZEIIS"-YOST1
( "Michigan stands for good
(sportsma.nship." said Coach Yost
(last night at the pep meeting-
in. Hill auditorium. "Do you
think then that six or eight men
(should waylay another whom
they probably do not even know
jand haze him?~ I do not call
fthat good sportsmanship."
This was the message of the
Coach to those who are reported
to be taking part in interclass
(razzing during the spring games.
("I am and always havie been a
ffirm believe~r in fighting. This
means fair fighting and not the
(kind where several men jump
Ianiother by reason of inpre num-
bers. In boxing they do not put
(two men on one. It is the same
}way here. We want good sports-
mianship and fair play at the
(University~ and we are going to
have it."

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IJAGGL'lIT HURT 'IN 11RA(""ICl
BY VA I BOVEN

With a special space. reserved for
them, the pa rents yesterday afternoon
Plays first .Base
.In'.Illinois +Game

Steve Farrell
Veteran Wolverine trac
'whose cohorts captur~ed first
the Conference Indoor ineet
promise to repeait when thk
meet takes place in June,
regarded -toether -with Key
patrick of Princeton a,-; the
track coach in Anmerica.
1Hall (I) second, Hlattendorf
Time: 1:57: 1-10.
Discus throw: Schildauer
Brooker Michigan second, Hi
.third. Distance: 130 feet, 6
1Javelin tlIrohw: Angler (h) i
I dowski (1-I) second' Schild]

:k coach
tplace at
and, who
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RUN IN FOURTH GIVES
INDIANS EARLY LEAD
IWNSj IN SEVENT'IH WITH'I
HIOMERI SCORING lP-II

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real life, boys. Enjoy it'."
-Atten ! Tracek Rally
Last nighit they heard thousandq ofI
the student body prepare for the meet
ftoday and they heard the loyal alumni,
coaches and faculty men imbue theirf
huge audience with more of the real
Michigan spirit.
For the old grads returning to visit
their sons, it is doubly enjoyable.
These two Michigan supporters cheer-
edl the team on this afternoon with;
but one single purpose-that of vic-
tory and more laurels for the maizer
andt blue.
!But, their entertainment is not yet'
over. The greatest lies in store for
them. At 5:30 o'clock this afternoon
th~ey are going to attend one of the
largest banquets ever given in the Un-
ion,' and it is in" their honor. More
th~an 650 guests are expected at the
dinner. Not onily is the assembly hall
!t be filled butthie main dining room
fdownstairs will be crowded.

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Tlurn i t
Mfemberse of the sophc
feated the freshmln th
the annmal S-pring ga:
Field by a score of 31

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and year mnen
of '26 in the

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Illini

Steve is ' uy WilA-Jce F., lliott
ene Fitz-. Stay;~ Correspondent
grneatest, Chamj aigr~e, Ill., May 12--NWih ies
over Cloude~d and threateninrg rain
ind w th the standls filled to capacity
'(M) third. Miciigan faced Illinois on the base-
ball field at two thirty ocelock torday.
(I) first,' Michigan's' chances for victory were
einter (ti) greatly weakened at the outset when
inches. George H-aggerty, star second base-.
first, Lan- mann, was forced from the game by a.
hauer (I) shoulder injury sustained in practice
i ehes hadYesterda.y. Coach Fisher sent in Leon-
n dVan l-ioven to the 'e~o c 'w.
he~ javelin f Howard Liverance 'was sen o 'hIe
best heave mound for Mfichigan and Jackson for
Ded third Illinois.
fiv fet With the sund breaking through the
rine" heavy banks of clouds just before the
first Hin-' game began the fifteen thousand per-
Mrd. Dis- sc~ns crowding the field made an in-
spiring spectacle.
- The Illinois band rendered the Vic-
T tors and the Yellow and Blure and fol-
III lowed with Illinois Loyalty.
Illinois took: the field, Jackson as-
0 I1Ift f cended the mound, and the game he-

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11I.1111 KNOCKS 01
JOHNSON IN 11TH

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er ad iNew York, May 12-(Special to the
rse of'
otofDaly)-'Jess Willard, 'former world's
heavyweight boxing champion made
tatlon,j a successful comeback by knocking
st timec' out Floyd Johnson, miuc~h touted as-
of. the, pirant for the heavyweight crown, in
in the the 11th round of a scheduled 12 round
Lp was bout in the Yankee stadium here. Luis
-li took f irpo knocked out Jack McAtilliffe in
MllIthe third ,round of the semi-windup
e same
bowz..
in -the' Michigan engaged in her first dia-
ilty in mond tilt with the University of Illi-
i heave nois in 1892, when the Illini wero
throw swamped, 18-0.
to get The Wolverines playedl Illinois nino
Schild-' games, winning eight- and tieing one,
-before they dropped a contest to the
while Urbana students, '3-0 in 1897.
IN cop-.l

First inning,--Mlichigan. Ite-ritz
w Nalked. Kipkce sacrificed hiim to soc-
ond. Ash un, fanned. Siaclef'ord
up, fanned1. A unsno lMO.". no er-
Illinois. lloett get' flied out to Van
IBoven. Dougherty uip, singled infield.
Hellstrom up, singled thr ough Uteritz.
Vogel up), flied out to Ash,' Kuehl upn,
out-Liverance to Shacklefor1. No

JobinShackle!
Michigan right field(:
Knode's place at first 'b
game, returning to the
ho held on the Varsity t
MI1CIGAN
. Kipkre, ef
Shackleford, lb
;Vt'n fnv en, 26

Bay City,- and President Mrion TL.'
-Bur'ton will be the speakers at the
dinner., tonght:~ Mr. Duffy is a mem-~
her of the 'State Board of Law Exam-;
' iners, which is appointed by the Su-j
preme Court bench of the State. He;
is also a member of the Board In Con-!
trol of Athletics. At the present time
he is practicing law in Bay City.
Mr. Kelley was in the U. S. House~
o f -Relirasentatives for five years and
seratd underetenatgovernor oWar-
lord!Stae udaetenlatGovernor Warth
er whofilled ' ner. lie is now one of the prominent
ease in today's Lansing attorneys. Both of these mhen
same position have sons in the University at the
wo years ago. present time whose guests they are1
-~ this week-end.
ILLINOIS During the entire banqu~et the Sax-
Roet~er i ophone sextette will play. Directly
Dough-ery c alter the dinner the fathers will bej
Dougert, cgiven, an entertainment at the Mimes
1lellstrom, 2b theater.
Vogel, lf' ___
Kuehl. ri -

the sc
winnir
inwh

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war staged
rcalled off of
-of rules, tl
Council con
would be or
tying Conte!

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)first, IEvanlsI
atird. Time':
e run: 'Wells 1
secondi, Linde
lutes 29 '6-10!
Evans (I)
Burke (XI)
nds.
.ubbard (M)
Aubrey 01)
n (iv1) first,
Cougihliu (1)j
6 1-S inches.
I) first, Car-
d for second.i
VI) and Pro-
lllns (I) and
ird. Heig-ht :
Ferry Field

rlns, two hits, no0 errors. vl.-"%1,;.. ,,con ing
Second Inning -Michigan. VaTao KleihrfStatapt.n, 1) rtl' 'StOtSi {usandltonpe
ven, out to Jackson unassisted. Klein AMEpeC. -EAtoEav oudtanp
out to Stewart to Happenny, Paper pet, 3cSewatpCpt.z, AMRCNL GE
safe on Stewart's- overthrow,; Rlott out Lvencp-JcsopPhldlIi n this ev
Schlappuzzi to -lappenny. -Ao rtuns,Botn0f-thIlnis- hersmn
~o htone error. Illinois- 1app .en_ Illinois-Hellstrom singled to cen-....ic g.. . ... ..... .. . ......2Papta SSw et tack tedfruphan
nly flied out to Uteritz, Stewcart up>- ter. Vogel safe on bunt when Liver- Bostn,. .. ..............emadstrqatrmlro ohmrs
out, Van Boven to Shackleford, ancoe4slippedouand.fell.. Kuhl s..cri...ced, aggregation. Sweet has been the sophoxo
Schlapprizzi up, safe on Paper's error.Livranedt ack flef od.happnn Wahigto............'fa capped during the past season withla hard in this
Jackson up-fanned. No keird Hppnni15, nogo ,..... Rinsrant lgtedothe conteste
one error~. 'n htflied out to Kipke. Hellstrom scored Cleveland ............Rain srie e edn
Liveriince, ,lckon, Hol and Vogel took third. Stewart popped*
Third Inning-Michigan.. Liverance, out to Uteritz. One ruan, 'two hitis , IO Ne wYork................
art to Hiappernn y. iplie fouled 'out T E P Seventh Inning--Michigan. Klein#1
to Dougherty. No runs, no hits, no0 out, JIackson to Happenny,. Paper sin- NATIONAL LEAGUE rT11,
eros lni-otgrsf naniled1to eter. B1tt knocked a Lea- S.Luis....... ......Rain SELTN OMflNfS IU1
bunt, Liverance to Shackleford. Hell- fanned. Uteritz flied out to Vogel. 'icao - 1 (yAP)I a cino
strom out, Paper g t.o -Shackleford. Two runs, twoilts, no errorS. ICincinnati...........2 Ciao a 1-~ ..-na cino
Duhrytkn thr.Vogelofmot, l inois-eh~laip t-lzzi songled to Philadelphia.............. ...3 effort to identify positively the skele- the rusliing
Doaperttohakeord No rusns, o11l center. Jackson safe on fielder's choice> I ton found under an Evanston pier 12 was postpone
Paper tocipcklneocorn
lilt,, no e1rr kSchlapprizzi safe at second, Roettger Chicago... ................ 81dycigpalhaifLegtonou esterayma
Fourth Inning-Michigan.,Ash out, flied out to Kipke, the runners ad-i'Brooklyn.................... 11Notwsen niriysudtwh dcddnt
Schlapprizzi to Happetnny, Shackle-vacg"DuhryfidotWKpeitenms
ford fouled out to H sappetnny. Van Bo-, Schlapprizzi scoring. Hellstromn flied Pittsburgh...........R i apae nSpebr 91 fe
ye w.fed.N ..i, u , o .-ou.t.. Rain Nw or sut~edt co
ven wTifriped t 11S o cen- ourro . un 11, One lt-It singled...... to......Rain a class fight, was being made tonTight -umte
3ror. Ilinis-ueh trple tocen rrors.by members of a party of doctors and- The name:
it# scorig. -Ash sngled to left. crnr
t er. b allgr und e r el the beh- leg hth Ining-Michigf. an. cike- Shackleford fanned. TIwo hiits, one crners who went-to Evanston today dents who v
ersbu goud uls el te ater- aled Ah inle t lft Sacle 'to examine, the skeleton.' tion with thi
to three bases. Hlappeftny out to Uter- ford safe on,- Ilappenny's error but run, one error. -Terpr fteseills fe-ls ob
itz to Shackleford. Stewart flied to Kipke went out, caught off third, on Illinois, - O'Connor batting for Terpr fteseills fe-ls ob
A1sh, Kuehl scoring on the.. throw in. the play. Runners, moved up ;on ShapIziO~!no uLvr perts will be submitted to the grand names which
, clpeiz 'onrotLvrjr.Schlapprizzi out. teritz to Shackle- Dougherty's passed ball;. Van Ba- 1ance toSakeodIjury Dr. Joseph Springer, declared coekmttee ac
to Sacklfor. Bissell batting identification was positive in his mind. 'ek~when
[ord. One run, once hit, no errors. vcon safe on fielder's choice. "Ash safe for; Jackson.I. Bissell out, Paper; to rt rD .M~os~illti oesuet&u
Fifth Inning-Miichigan, Kllein Shackatftheplate. Shackleforduonto
gled to left. Klein tooks second when' Klein up-strike, one, fouil*ball, ball hclfr otgr~e mtt tissue,, expressed the opinion that be available,
Jackson balked. Paper safe on Hlal- ; one, Klein fanned. Paper. singled to Ken 3cigimwn,6 o:.quiklime or some other chemical had' h on
penny's er'ror.2 Klein going to third. left, Shackleford and Van Boven scor- been used to hasten decompiosition. Student cowz
Bl1ott up, ball 1, ball 2, strike 1, foul! ing. Motf up-Ball one, foul; ball,! Boston Has Youngest OrIls Dr. William J. Hickson, an -authority' gations yest
ball, ball 3, strike 3 out. L'iveraInce- strike two. Paper caught off .first. Boston, May I1 (By A. P.)-Tlie Ro- on skull structure said there was no known to be
tip, foul ball,; ball, foul ball, strikec 3. 1 Three r uin, two kits, one error. man Catholic,.church. here claims the evidence of a surgical operation' on and collectin

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the mien
of theat
ed by ther
imittee at
fternoon.
to take a
until a f
)y the co:
ncil.
!s of the
w'ere arme
e affair it
acted on
h, will be 1
idiourned 1

46 to 26.
girl (I) first,'

I Uteritz, ball J, tUter
Stew art. One bit, no
Illinois-.Thckson 0

it', lined o11t to IllIinois--Vokel singled'to left.Knel

run,111,0o14e elrror. ftai.nedl, Ilappennay out, Paper. to' Norbert Rouse, aged 10. He has been 'was performed when he was a chlildl.
ut. Liveraince to I 51 ackleford. Hull batting for 'Stow- I studying the organ only three 'years. I__________

1 oungest organist in the ord He's the head which Mount's parents said

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eve'ry effort is h

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