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THE MiICHIGATN DAILY

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T~O MEET

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Amnericani League
Detroit . ....... .....4 9 2
Philadelphia . .......3 7 0
Dauss and Bassler; Hal rris, IHeimiacha
and Perkins,

Expected
Batters on

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READY
RST DEFEAT

rk,.:and plenty of it, has been the .
f Michigan's baseball team, for
the big,.Illinois tilt on the slate
omorrow afternoon not a mom-
an be wasted. The Indians, still
"ting from the defeat inflicted by
Yolverines a bare two weeks ago,
wing an uphill struggle to victory
all -but took the heart out of the
age anid Blue, are set to give Mich-
's diam~ond men the real fight of
young lives.
Jackson to Hurl
cording to all available dope it
be Jackson, the Indians' grvat>
ad wizard, who will step up on
hilock in his second attempt to
the Wolverines. Jackson had"
igan going and coming for six.'
ingly unending innings down at
,na and Coach Lundgren figures
this time he will be able to go the
and turn the Maine and Blue
Since the ineligibility of
herty, Lundy's big problem has11
the catching position. At first
of the men placed behind the bat1
.ed to serve, but the problem has.
,rently been solved at least by
ng Vogel in from the outfield.
hi Lundgren has a wealth of out'-
material and it has -therefore, been
uparatively simple matter to find.
.n to fill in on the garden job.
raturday Illinois showed her
power by climbing on two. Wis-
n ~pitchers, Pickford and John-
for a 7 to 1 victory. Wisconsin,.
ems, has lost some of the Power
hi characterized its playing here
he Purple of Northwestern em-'
d victor over the Cardinal on
ay byr a 5 to 4 count in an 11
g game; but the. two comparative
ts show clearly that Illinois may
e a factor in the donference race.
Varsity Has Big Lead4
ings thus fad~ have been breaking;
right: for Michigan, for the teams
hi would naturally be expected to'
their defeats far offset by victor-
tave been breaking just about ev-
with Ohio State the only aggrega-
other than Michigan, to be
ged with less than two losses, the
eyes' one slip being at the
s of the Wolverines.
is probable that Howard Liver-
will be Coach Fisher's choice to
se the Illini batters on Thurs-
Livy pitched a beautiful game at
na, out twirling Jackson in the
run, and Fisher hopes that the
boy will be able to repeat his
)rmance against the Illinois ace.
II- CULTY LNF

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Bosto.0 .................2 9 2
Clevieland...........:..3 6 2
Ehmke and Piciniich; Uhie and 0'-
NWeill.
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Washing ,on.... ....7 14 4
St. Louis..........12 18 U
Zahnas;er, Hollingsworth, Brilihewrt
and Gharrity; .Danforth, Root, Pruett
and S$evereid.'
lat'oiial League

W~olverines Should Win C'ol m-libits]
fleet If -Performaiices Are AUp to
Standard
1MAY OUTSTANDING STARSi
Strenuous workouts feature the Var-
sity track practices this week in pre-,
paration for the coming dual meet
with Ohio State ,next Saturday at Co-1
lumbus, on which- the doping for the
Conference outdoor :mect will be bas-
ed.
A comparison of. the marks of each
team shows a majority of the poi-nts
resting with the Wolverines but since,
the Illinois meet anything is likely to
happen. Throwing all unlooked for
upsets into 'the, discard, 'Farrell's men
should double the Buckeye score. That
should. result in. something like 90,
to A5,. -approXimately. The Scarlet
and Grey squad possesses a fairly re-
liable mian in Snyder, who has dome
15 2-5 In the 120} yard high hurdles
and 25 in the 220 yard low sticks. He
also broad jumps for a distance ov
22t feet 2 1-2 inchies. Kilpatrick ini the
mile is their 'big bet. He ran a 4:20
race i n the four mile relay at 'PennJ
and his average time for the distane
has been around 4:29 2-5.
Everett has done the 440 in 50 flatl
and this is the' event that seemis like
another cinch for the Buckeyes unless
Martin provides anv upset. Kreider
in the. half mile ha~s a best time of
1:58 .2-5, which does not come up to
Ritnke's best.' The Ohio State dash
man, Connell, has _done a 10 1-5. cen-
tury and a, 22 1-5 220. Boni Petcof
looks like a sure Mhing in the javelin

throw, having 'heaved the pilum 1_8 5I
feet three inches already and is im-
proving right along. Hle is rated as
one of _ the- best in the event along
with Ang~ier of Illinois, in the.,Confei-
'ence.
(All events in the fraternity,. track
Imeet will be held at 3:30 o'clock, 1'Frl-
Idcay afternoon on Ferry field. Mlany, of
the teamfs which competed in the in-I
door meet have entered and a royail
battle in many of the event's is look-
ed for.
The All-campu-s traek mneet will -bie
held at 2:30 o'clock, Saturday after-1
noon on_ Ferry field. Entries for all
of the events will be accepted from
today until the time of the first - event s
at Ferry field. Athletes garnering five
points in 'the meet 'will be "awarded
numerals, and- those gathering three
points will be given. track shirts. Meng.-
bors of the Varsity ,and the all-fresh
squad hDave' been barred from all of#
Ithe events.
Independent teamns remaining in the
baseball league w.ll line up as folI-'
lows today:, 5 o'clock, Wolson vs. Out :
laws; P'hiel v-s. Raymnond. At 5 o'clock,
Friday, Gun and Blade will meet thej
Outlaws.1
}The games for the class teams for;
the balance of thQ vweek is as follow\s:'
5 o'clock, today, dents vs. junior en-
gineers; no gam~es Thursday; Friday
and Saturday's games will -be announc-
ed.
The championship of the fraternity,
baseball teams will be decided ate 5[
o'clock, this afternoon, on -south -Fer-
ry field, when Xi Psi' Phi will engageI

Phi Gamma Delta._ A regulation nine
inning game will 'be ,played.
Three matches remain to -be pl ayed
before the -All-campus hors,'shoe
doubles tournament goes into the semi-
fihnal 'round. They are as follows.:Eis-1
enberg, '959, vs. Rice, 371; Kennedy,
236.. vs. McKechnie, 558; Pekkado,
2432J, vs. Nichols, 753. These matches
must be played by 5 o'clock, this
afternoon. Trackett is already in the-
semi-finals. The All-campus singles
and fraternity, horseshoe tournaments
were finished last night. Complete
data on them will be published tomor-
row along with oither results.
{Following are the matches yet to
be played in the fourth round of the
fraternity, tennis tournament: Phi
Gamma Delta vs. Beta Theta Pi; Sig-
ma Chi vs. Psi Upsilon; Lambda Cli-
Alpiha vs. Delta'-Tau Delta; Kappa Nir
vs. winner of Mtasama-Alpha Sigma
Phi match. These matches must be
played off Eby 5 o'clock, today, in or-
der that the tournament. can be comn-
plete by the end of the week.
EIn the Al-campus tennis singles
tournament the following matches'are
scheduled for today: Greiner, 909, vs.
winner of hicksG61dsmith -match;
Fox 282.4«, vs. winner of Slowinski-
Zook match; Plutynaski, 24700M, vs.
(Continued on Page Seven)

Special to Tie Daily
Lafayette, Ind., May 22.-Purdue
University, which b~asts of one of
its strongest dual-track teams in years
is expecting to make a :good showing
in the annua-l Western Conference
track and fleld meet at Ann Arbor,
June .1 and 2. Coach .O'lonner has
developed a" well-balanced team for
dual events, and has also 'brought to
the fore several stars of exceptional
ability who shouild ;lace in the Big
Ten event.
Outstanding among the six men whlo
will make the trip is Fred Tykle2, who
negotiated the 100-yard dash in 9 0"-5
seconds .equalling the world's record,
at a dual meet here with Northwest-.
ern. The performance was viewed by
John D. Griffiths, commissionher of
athletics in the Big Ten, who decl1ar-
e4d that the performance was remark-
able and entirely accurate. Three
watches ,caught the Purdue star at
the world's record :time.
Maddox is another star who should'
makea creditable showing. He runs
t he dashes and the hurdles, and while
not quite as, brilliant as his teamimate
Tykle, is nevertheless to be consid-
ered.

in th-e -field eents, Purdue is ex
ing Pence in the hiigth jiirp and
bread jump, and Whitmler in the
vault. both of the men are prod
of O'C;Onner's development. Bothc
to hime practically witbout exeric
Whimer is none good for sl1g
over tw.el ve feet in the pole v,
Pence can always be dependedi
for a good six feet in the high ji
and has leaped a few inches ove
feet in the broad jump.
Gross, a miler, is Purduie's
entry in this event. A tali lanky
dividual, ;O'Gonner has taught hi
stride which is rapidly1 increa.sin-g
speed 'in the event, and he -shou-l
able to place In the Big TenI
if his 'developmient continues w3
sistently as -has been the cases
the first of the season.
Captain Watson of 'the ixlwaet
will be entered an the :quarterx
Illness h1as held back the Pu-rdue ;I
er this year, but - he appears ,quite
covered now and should be- abl
run by the first of June. Watson
a re-cord of 49 4-5 in the 440, ar
lhe can step at this -speed will be
tamn of a place.
TODAY IS$K"'D1AY.

Purdue Strong On Cinder Paths

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Keck and Hlargraves;

Grnimes and Taylor.

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New York ........7
Baines, Bar f oot anxd Ansmnith;
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Pittsburgh..........10
Philadelphia.'.......6

INTRAMURAL TRYOUT FOR
EXT YEAR AIM, WANTED

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'Tryouts for Intramural activi-
ties ar1'e -wanted immediately.
Eight assistant managers are to
be selected for next year. All
,gin interested in 'this branch -of
N ork should get in touch with
toe "Intramnural Oepartment, 2268,
at once.

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Chicago.........8 14 3
Boston........... . 4 0
Aldridge and Hartnett, Marquard,
Blenton, Cooney, and O'Neill.
Big eTen tMandings '

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Ohio -State ... .......5
Illinois -......7
Wisconsin .. -. 3
Iowa.... ......
Minnesota........2
Northwestern ........ 3
Purdue ............2
Indiana..... ...
Chicago..........1

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New Brunswick Fox Trot
No. 2418',
doubled with
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Played -by The Cotton Pickers

B ambalina-Fox Trot
Wild, Flowr-Fox Trot
Carl ,Fenton's Orchestra

OTHER NEW DANCE FANCIES

By The Shalimar-Fp x Trot-.
Foolin' Aroaund--Fox Trot
I ;larn Jones' Orchestra
Wild Papa-Fo x Trot
Apple Sauce-Fo x Trot
Ben nie Krueger's Orchestra
Sweet Lovin' Mama-Fox Trot:
Kiss Me--Fox Trot
Arnold Johnson's Orchestra

A very direct. and cheap form of
advertising--classifieds. --Adv.
TODAY IS "X~" DAY.l

No., 2411

11, and volley-bal
aide in Waterman
use of the faculty
3sed idea of Dr.
rector of the gym-
d by the Board of
as have been .con-
and will come be-
shortly, it is ex-

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CANDY
5~r~t and F'reshest s-
sortmuent of popul~ar seil-
Jug bar and packa~ge can-
dy. -Quick service. Every-
body likes -good candy and
few l ie 1towit.

"Please give me Chief IPpercstor"
How often ~have you spe o that pbrase t .&cetr"7
Chief Operator is your imminediate point -of contact with thi
Telephone Company on service problems.
Your request to Chief Operator is, cared for by a young
woman especially trained to interpret your telephone needs
and handle your inquiry. She helps solve your service
problems.
It would be worth your while to visit your telephone ex.
change some day, between the hours of eight and five, and
meet' the Central office folks. Come alone or with a group
of friends. Clubs and associations always are welcome.
You will find everyone alert to give. you good service.. YOU
will have, an interesting visit and it will be mutually ad.
vantageous for us to become acquainted. You. will learn
how, through co-operation, telephone- service is k~pt at
high standard.
SICI GAN STATE TELEPHIONE C-O.

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CHIKANGE OF LOCATION
ON OR ABOUT JUNE I1ST
Our Branch Store will be moved from the second floor
of the Nickels Arcade to a more conveient grPound floor
store at 616 East Liberty Street

esent tine the faculty hei
:e of its own to go in ord(
and athletic recreation
lust be taken, if at all,
ith students. Most otl
ges have done somethir
line for the faculty ar
badly felt here at Mich
r. May.

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