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Stars In Contest
--With1'Minn,,esota,

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Llot of credit goes to Swanson,
sttuting for Bltt at catching
ying his first complete Conference7
ne Swede batted .00, scored two
s, ,anda Handled himself Well be-
f1 the' lat. He allowed one pass-.
;ball that had no r esultant score.
ichigan won a well deserved vic-
, and awaits the invasion of Ilii
sfoi'$ the, second gane with the'
fans on Thursday.
Gamae by .Ininngs
'last Ining: , Minnesota-Rtumbil
Van Bo-vena to ,Sackleford. My-
1out, Gibson to Shackleford. Foote
Gibsoni to Shackleford. No runs,
sits, to errors.
ichigan-Uteritz ,walked. Kipke
o n Myrumn's poor throw to first.
D ruilners advanced to third and"
and respectively._ Ash singled
n thes first base line soring Uter-
and Klpke. Ash out stealing see-
Shaclkleford 0t, Muskqvitch to
ersoui. Vfan Boven walked. Klein
d out to Muskovitch. Two runs,j
hit, one error.
econd, inning: Minnesota -Bros
,Van 3vn to Shacklefdrd.
dl 'out,. Van Bven to 'Shackle-
. Mskovtch popped out to
.ckleford. No hits,' no runs, no
rs."
econd inning: MichiganPaper
It out on a high fly to Myruni.
auson safe, on a infield hit. Gibson o ile' hie ~asn
Jlartfleld to Foot. Uteritz singled"
left field. "'Iipke singled to left.
ubil threw wide on the throw in.
son nd 'Utrtz scored, Kike tak-'
hid.Ash bunted out, Hartfleld
Anderson. T wo runs, two hits, and
error.,
hiryd Inning: Minnesota-Ander- I
Singled to 'right center. Hartfield
bed. "Kipkoe made a beautiful
aU. of: rstgaus'long fy to left
te.,'Aderson took second on
nson's passed ball. Rumbil singled
ungh c fr.' Kipke recovered the'
I and'threw to Paper to head An-
son off-from home. Paper threw to
ritz, who caught Rumbil when he
~mpted to make second. No runs,
its, no errors.
ichigan-Shackleford singled to
ter. Shackleford took second when
erson' dropped Crstgau's throw.
IBoven flied out to Bros Shackle-
d taking'third on the throw in.
in out, Muskovitch to Anderson,
mkieford scorinlg. Paper out
ite to Anderson. One run, one hit,
ierror,
aggerty went n for Van Boven.
'ourth-,Inning: Minnesota-Myrum
d out to Uteritz. Foote flied out to
ggerty. Bros out to Shackleford
ssisted." No runs, no hits, no
ors.
ichigan-Swanson. flied out .to
is. Gibson walked. Uteritz fanned.
keo singled down the third base line.'
aflied 'out tc Bros. No runs, one
no errors.
ifth Inniing: Minnesota-Fredl out,
ison to Shackleford. Muskovitch
;, Shacklefoxd to Gibson. Anderson
:Gibson to Shackleford. No runs,
hits, no errors.
ichigan--Shackleford doubled to
ht Haggerty sacrificed. Shakle-
d to third, Haggerty going out,
tfield to Anderson. Klein fled out
Rumbil, and Shackleford wias
Gght at the plate. No runs, two
, no errors
sixth Inning: Minnsota-Hartfiid
'Haggerty to Shackleford. Crist-
xflied out to Shackleford Rumbl
to Shackleford unassisted. No
is, no~ hits, no errors.
icigan-Paper flied out to Frie dl.
anson singled to center. Gibson
fied to center. Uteritz walked,
.,g the bases. Kpke walked fore
Iin Swanson. Asa walkd orcing
Gibson. Shackleford fled out to
s, Uteritz scoring 'on throw in,
ke taking ,third. Haggerty out,
skovitcha to Anderson. Thre runs,
[its, no errors.
eventh Inning: Minnesota-Myrum

idler. Bros hit by pitcher. F riedli hit

a home rim to rit field, scoring
Ioce x21!41 Bros ahaemd of hill), Muskno-
vitch flied out to Hag>gerty. 3'$ree.
r°uns, two hits;, no errors,
Tlichigan- Mc~ltrpthy replaces TMus-
hovit-h ait econd. Kline walked.
Paper doubled to centecr, Kline )',lng;
to third. Karnz replaces liar field on
mound for' Minnesota. Swans5on safe
on Fo"ote's error, l1liiescoing iPaer
taking third. Gibson out l7yrum to'
Anderson, P,;per seforiug and S 'vanson:
taking; third on the play. 1Tgxilz
kiioeked a sacrifice fly3°to Friedi sear-1
!ing Cwai1Son1. ih)ke out, Franz to
Aniderson?. Three rans, one hit, one
error.
E igh th :Innting: Minnesota-Kranz
out, Uteritz to Shackleford. Cristgatu
out KlTein. IRum )1 beat out- an infieldI
hit. M.yrum out, TUteritz 'to Shackle-
ford. No runs, ono: hit, no errors.
SMihigani--Ash flied( out to Fried].
Sliackleford cut, Myrumt to Anderson.l
agerty out, to Anderson unassisted.
INo runs, no hits, no errors.
jNinth Innin : Minneisota- Foote
flied out to Kiplhe. Bros fanned. I{rIedl
ouit, j leofitz to Shackleford. No runs,
no hits, no errors.m

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Box Score
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Uteritz....s..........2
Kipke, rf. .......... 4
Ash, If........4
Shacklefordl, lb. .... 5
Van?" I'ovenl, 2b.....
I ThgSger Cy, 21)....... 2
Klein, rf............ 3
Paper, :31. .........4
Swanson, C.......... 4

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Myrm, 211.....
Foote, SS. .,.....
Pros , r1..... _.....
IFriedcl, c.... ...
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;Andelrson, lb....
HaIrtfield ,p........
Kranz, p...........

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'"Eddie" gibson
Declaredl to be the find of the seas-.-
1onl, who broughtA his total or wins in
Conference g ames u!) to two in yester-.
days;"contest.
Aulerican i ciue R II E
Washington.........6 9 2
C" icago..............4 8 1
Johnson, Russcl and Il~uei; Robert,
Mack' and Schalk.
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New Yoik........... 1
St. Lotis...........5 11 1
May:., Hoyt and hSchang; Pruett and
Sevcreid.
I~ ~ I> ldiha............ 5 i92
Cleveland......... .263
RolInIneanid Perkins;,Mctivier and
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Summnary
100-yard dash-Hester (Detroit
Northern) first, Otto (Jackson) second,,
Boyd (Detroit Southeastern) third,[I
Henson (Lansing) fourth, Time 10.2.
120 yard highi hurdles --Sparg ur
(Clevelaud it Genville' first, Scli:^oder,
(Battle Creek) second,;IProut (Detroit
Central) third, Miller (Adrian) fourth. { ~
Time 16.8.1
Mile run-Hornberger (Ann Arbor)
first, Peterson (Muskegon) second,
Cummings (LaGrange, Illiniois) third,
Puck (Kal',rnazooe} fourth'. Time 4:25.9:1
440 yard 'dash-Blanchard (North- .
western) first, Longyear' (Lansing)<
second, Peter (Saginaw. Eastern)
third, Konup k (Ann Arbor) fourth.
Time 62.2.' :~~;lti
220 'yard dash-Hester (Detroit hA
Northern) first, Otto (Jackson) see- Blerban bll eam, o besid"; get1
ond, Henson (Lansing) third, McCall Hgtos f ,sotcifu ie
(Muskegon) fourth. Time 22.7. la tadsoigtreo ioMc-
880 yard dash-Brown (Detroit . ons ~llde~'oeo h et
Eastern) 'first, Hart (Saginaw Arthur est acrpintic seen:onfe1ry!fiel thi
Hill1) second, Carson (Ann Arbor) season.
third, K eyes (Detroit Central) fourth.
Timie 2:03.' ..., ..
2240 yard low hurler--Sobarr (Lani-(DtitCnrl tidJr eth
sin g ) first, W ilcox (D etro it 'E a stern ) ' H eig h t 5 ft l 1 1-1 6 S c n , B l ( i h a d P rk h r , H n i e h o i (c.l;c.1 Dl-
,eily (Cleveland' Glenville ) 'fourth. l astern) first, Carl"011 (?eri T or;1h-
Time 27.4. western) second, Gae (eroit
Sh1ot liut-Sn4th (Saginaw Eastern) Northern) third, L7:ter (l~ct+ritC:..-
first, Hamilton (Detroit Eastern), see-r tral) fourth. Dis ia'n e IIb)1fc 113
find, Lovette (Saginaw Arthur H-ill) inches.
third, Carlson (Detroit Northwestern) f I <3le vatit - rou.O (Detroit (entrai )
fourth. Distance' 44 feet 6 1-2 inches. first, Timorce (H IighladPrk second1,
Broad jump - Northrop (Detroit Ncho-o: (Mi- r ..",) i=.i . rd . i} clI-
Northwestern) first, H-untin gton (De- ner (Marin~e (CILy) and l avis (Lan,-
treit Eastern) and Andridge (HowardI sing) tiedl for fourthl. iloi*;ht 1 1. fae_
City) tied for second, Sternfield (Kal- I inches.

fInramural Items1
Following is the : chedu(lllfor the!
third round r of th~e frte rnity hore-_
ttir(I clrou~nd of fthefrtniyhs-
AlpaC 11i meIa;Cys v s. Sigm11!
(i. e resutsol.1tiCSCgames11must
I be iht the In11ara, il;1l O fli+iv by5o''
IClock, Tedyeeig
kFourtem remain in theseifn
,Is o' the A .ll-call s hrseshioe(
u oubles -,"toTr n. ct v'li( h wil ter-I
in a e this tr ,,? T ,,hey. ar :s he d-
uled tof_)ploy C , follow;s:; IKnnedly-
At.e1,and1(1 lra<nr ri.:ana grame; P at-1
I te-Lhesmim,558 , vs. Trackelt-Ede,
8()lJ. Te deadline for the semi-fn
nals' assbeenl set at 5 o'clock,. Tnoda
' .tvlwsf.rtI.1 hid rundof the
Al -:7''~n;Ii r~'she sn gestoulrna-
_ vs Nicols,, 7z13, C. C. W ilsion, 3015,
VS. nne1r10 of I('1ccchnie-Scllmi(dt
iatuh, ihiier of -Hurwich-Ensinger
jmnal eh vs. winneir of Ke. nnedy-Wolf~i
ia ch;'i, 37 11 , ls.McAllister, 101;
winrof I r ,(,U ,-tC1reoebaulm match
VS. *winne of Ilraan-Livingstone
_I cb; oritch, 1521)_,11. winner of
I rf,.clett-CI ar(, ]mtch. IDcadline for'
vs. winnler of TIiiacke.''.lt-rne match.
i lhthrdj rouindmtcesis 5o'clock,
Al un pin y(c dm t s scheduled in
the(' two -above itcems, thIe ,w inners of
y,-Iiell will platy ill thle lround swshed-
tided for tomiorrow aid rTues('ay, mutst
i je co_-n leted andI the scores tabula:t-
ed at, the Intramrmal office by 5 o'-,
dclc, tomorrow e:Veningr. COtihcrwiSc
both teamsn will be dropped from the
tournamrtents an~fd their opponents in1
th c~tround 'wfill be , iven byes.I

West Virginla Whis Me~et
'Morgantow.n, West Va., May 19-(By
A.P.)--West Virginia university de-
fea:ted the University of Pitsburgh
crack team, 4 to 61, in a dual meet
herd today.
BRadgers Beat Northwestern-
Cliicag o, May 1i9-(ty AKP.)-"Ui-
versi Y of Wisconsin's toun~is t~ain
defeated Northwestern here today,
winnling; all1six matches._
Remiember "Jimmie the adtaS.er 's"
nuniber-960.-Adv.

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The semifinals in the fraternity
baseball eliminations will be played
at 5' o'clock Monday as follows: Dia-
mond 1, Xi Psi Phi vs. Sigmna Phi
Ena;ilon; diar~iond 2, Alpha Delta P~hi
vs. Phi Gamma Delta,

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Trwot base .hits: Paper, Shackleford ,
Foote; home rp~, Fried;l struck out,
by Gibson '3, bly Rartfiedi 1; bases on
bails, ofT IHa Wield 7; sacrifice bt'i,
Motritz, liaggertyv; Umipire, Green.
PI°idUE '-a4, INL L001 'J I AE
Lafayette l, Ind., May 19-(Special to
The D~aily)-Ohio Sat lefc,.te(i 0the,
,Purdue university bas eball team, ,

IBostol................. 0
Detroit.................... 4
Piercy, Od(', l ad Do vor ner;
ay and .1assler.

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amazoo) fourth. Distance 21 feet'
1 inch.I
Javelin throw-Lovette (SaginawIv
Arthur Hill) first, Northrop (Detroit
Northwcstei r:) second. Chat..n (D&-
troit Northwestern) third, Wills (De-1
troit Eastern) 'fourth. Distance 155
feet 4 inches.
Discus throw-Lovette (Saginaw
Arthur Hill) first, Carlson (Detroit.
NJorth westerx ' ' frimd. Oade (Lan-
sing) third, Stine (Battle Creek)
fourth. Distance 116 feet 3 inches.
High jump--Huntington (Detroit
jEastern) first, Hueber '(.Ann Arbor)
,nil Petit (I-igh!:iind Park,, tied f'or
,. eoiidJagiv;w(JTacson) 3and Lester.
RIDER'S
SKILLED) PJ.N SMVFRf'L

Half mile r : - --'exo t Northeirn T ho hardball arch,-(bleC for tomorrow
( 1Calan, b. Pa s-!t Ct, Has rte;'., a:mi les-n 1
ter) first,' Lansing 1Hjgs siecondlv e- r Il6ltlII liI!l ~lhO' 0tt(i~I llII
land Gilenvile third, 1Detroit Eastern Dn"'1y . -YE
fourth. Time 1:34.6. IOOIYB ~W~
sellsome~dg fr Yu t Ud CHRO41PRA CTOR
I If that check didn't comle, lot "Ji y-(;6 1 At atl l ank 1.dg . i " s l o e h n . f r y u t *3 , 1 a s -
loa, -6 41. I'9aion 4 91-J
youa ovf r.-Adv. "sI1m;s m~~IIII~i ;tbl #ltl09 144liI f4lW
We don't make all the Donuts in Ann Arbor
But we make Ann Arbor's Best Do-nuts.y
.' CALL c4 = '
SANN ARBOR C EA1VERY ANN ARBO, MICH.
123 W. Liberty St.

is as follows: 5 o'clock, junior engin-
ecers v:s. soph1 engineers; 5 o'clock, ar-
chitect-, vs. dents. In the softball (in-
dependent) league the schedule for
omorrow is as follows: '5 o'clock,
Phiel vs. Wolfson club; 5 o'clock, Gun
a nd lnlad m vs. Outlaws.
All mnen interested i-n 1lb11 Intramur-
Al spring program and who' know
they have not been dropped fronh the
sports which they entered, should
watch the Intramural column every
day this week, as every sport must
be finished by next Saturday, and the
intramural department will " spare n1o
effort to keep the athletes participat-
ing every day, in order that all con-
fls will be avoided and the sched-.
ujles successfully completed.

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aCAROM BILLIARDS
c. igliteen tables Moh ie
0 ground floor for this 1n1oct
ipopinhar recredtion. _Ton
are mssing part 'of 'the
-plsesuie o 6116 a e lfe if
a You tado11ot 11111e' use of
Sthem red ularly. -'
IMMA1DSCIGA'RS CANDIES
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IPilaephia.............11 15 0
Osborne, I+ussolan Hartnett; fRing
and HQenline.

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to 4, here today. Loose playing on the -
part of Purdue,' coupled with effective'
pitchlin g 'and brilliant support by the Cincinntati ...
JDuck, yes gave vic:tory to Ohio State. New York...
Wrczkmianr, of Ohiio, iter pitching, Iixy and Il ar
four aaballf iuningsin which he !snydcr.
parted -ith but three htis, was reliev--
ed by Miller. Campbecll, who started'
for. Purdue, retired in the seventh I'its urg.....
wh ien Cox camne to the hill. t3ostton....
Dea rmuond, Purdue first baseman, Gaurer and
hit a home run off Miller. Wlats;on, lPenton'

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Schmidt;, McNamara,
and" O'Neil.

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