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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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YEARLING TELEGRAPHIC
31EET CALLED OFF; RAIN
The Freshman, telegraphic
meet scheduled for yesterday
with the Illinois yearling squad,
was postponed indefinitely on
account of the rain storm. The
meet may be held on Thu'rs-
day but )nothing definite has
come from Urbana.

1LATION'
LUNI

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AND BENSON
)SE NORTHMEN

native Scores Show Watrous
Team To Be Superior
To Indlans'
igan's Varsity baseball squad
ave Ann Arbor for the lair of,
phers late this afternoon, meet-
Minnesota nine in a two game
playing tomorrow and Tuesday.
the cancellation of the Illini
terday because of the poor con-
of the diamond, greater in-
now centers on these two con-
rith Minnesota. A double vic-
or the 'Wolverines would aid
ally in the climb to the top,
n a split in the series would
.ichigan in'the race. I
esota has defeated the strong
ine 6-1 while the best Illinois
o with 5-4 against the Hawk-
Guzy, the star Gopher twirler,
t used in the Iowa tilt, Tucker
he full route. Guzy will pitch
the games, although he was
the outfield against Iowa, due
hitting ability.
er was declared eligible just
o the Iowa contest and should
a great help to the Watrous
Lee and Huffman, both pitch-
ere declared ineligible before
a game, but Lee has -since made
scholastic deficiency.
h Fisher had planned to use
and Jablonowski against the
s but since Stryker did not
pitch yesterday it is probable
ryker and Benson will receive
gnments with Jablonowski held
erve; The remainder of thie
will lineup as usual.
sota will lineup as follows:
center field, Asher, shortstop,'
left field, Eklund, first base,-'
right field, Hoar, third base,
au, catcher, Hall, second base
eker, pitcher. Guzy will pitch'
ond encounter.

The following is the schedule for
Interfraternity horseshoes for the
first part of this week. The games
scheduled here must be played off by
Wednesday, May 7.
Chyron vs. Kappa Nu, Chi Phi vs.
Kappa Sigma, Lambda Chi Alpha vs.
Zeta Beta Tau, Nu Sigma Nu vs.
Theta Delta Chi, Phi Kappa Tau vs.
Trigon, Tau Epsilon Phi vs. Phi Pi,
Alpha Tau Omega vs. Psi Omega, The-!
ta Chi vs. Tau Delta Phi, Acacia vs.
Phi Delta Theta, Phi Mu Alpha vs.
Phi Beta Delta, Theta Xi vs. Phi Kap-
pa Sigma, Alpha Sigma Phi vs. Sigma
Nu, Phi Sigma Delta vs. Delta Alpha
Epsilon, Alpha Sigma vs. SigmaAlpha
Epsilon, Phi Delta Chi vs. Phi Lambda
Kappa, Phi Mu Delta vs. Delta Upsi-
lon, Sigma Chi vs. Phi Sigma Kappa,
Pi Kappa Alpha vs. Sigma Alpha Mu,
Delta Phi vs. Delta Sigma Phi, Phi
Delta Epsilon vs. Alpha Kappa Lamb-
da, Peers vs. Phi Kappa, Delta Tau
Upsilon vs. Delta Sigma Pi, Alpha
Delta Phi vs. Alpha Chi Sigma, lDelta
Tau Delta vs. Beta Phi Delta, Beta
Theta Pi vs. Phi Chi.
MAGNATES 1RI1i1fZ9f
R01 LEASING SMITH
The passing of Elmer Smith from
the major leagues last December
drew considerable 'criticism on the
heads- of the major league managers
and magnates from some sources.
Smith had earned the reputation of
a slugger, a game wrecker, during a
rather hectic career in the big time.
He had won immortal fame by slam-
ming out a home r.un with the bases
full in a world's series for Cleveland.
When the yankees turned him over
to Louisville as Dart of the deal for
Earl Combs, the young Colonel out-
fielder, not another big league club
objected-or refused to waive on him.
Hillsdtte High Visits University
More than 65 members of the Sci-
ence club of Hillsdale high school vis-
ited the University Friday at which
time they were shown about the
campus and through the new Physics
building. In the afternoon they were
addressed by Prof. R. A. Sawyer upon
"Liquid Air and Its Uses."

FARMERS LO SE -TO
Aggies Are Outclassed By Michigan
Aggregation; Final
Score 4.0
FOtTR SINGLES 1tATCHES ARE
COMPLETED BEFOE1E OWNPOUR
Before rain forced the players from
the courts, Michigan's Varsity tennis
squad won four singles matches from
the M. A. C. aggregation, and were
one set ahead .of the Aggies in each
of the two doubles events, making the
final score 4-0.
Captain Rorich of Michigan downed
his opponent, Croll, in the number one
match 6-4, 6-1. Brick added to the
Wolverine string when he romped
away from Lautner, of the Aggie out-
fit, 64, 6-1. Hodgman had .an easy
time with Lawrence, playing number
three, winning his event, 6-1, 6-1.
Crane kept Michigan's slate clean by
taking two sets from Pearson; of M.
A. C., 6-1, 6-3. In the doubles, Rorich
and Brick opposed Croll and Lawrence
and took one set, 6-1, and had their
opponents on the short end of a 4-3
score when the deluge started. Hodg-
man and Vose were leading Pearson
and Stauffer, 6-3, 3-all.
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Three Stars Meet
In Javelin Throw!
A unique situation presented itself
yesterday in the dual track meet be-f
tween Harry Gill's Illini tracksters
and the Notre Dame cinder athletes.
Although many stars are seen in act-
ion in dual meets it is a rare inci-
dent when several of the nation's stars
meet in any one event.
Oberst, Notre Dame javelin throw-
er, who won that event at the Kansas
relays and at the Drake relays, An-
gier, Illinois star, who formerly held
the American Intercollegiate record,
and Sh4ldhauer, another Illinois star, i
were pitted against each other. An-
gier finished second at Drake while
his teammate finished fourth at the
great Western classic.

FRESHMAN TENNIS KOI
All freshman tennis Players
Iwho desire to^ be cniae o
the freshman tenni. team report
to Coach Jerome on Tuesday f
ternoon from tWO to four o'clock
at the Ferry Field courts. This -
no0tice applies J FI(- o men who h
are oais anu ortesis
time whether in te class of '
or not. At the close of the sea-
son the best four players will re-
ceive numerals end posb )IJ
special match will be arranged
withi the varsity quadl before the
close of the school year.
P. F. JroIW, coach.
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
quickly.-Adv.c

M'nggsy Has Laugh
On Yankee P i Io
I -lI t now Mr. John J. McGraw I
S nrry ha~v .haw on Mr. Miller
,ito Hu~gins. That
The cold days found Jawn and Mil- has pier
a each oth ir for the iWise C
se rvices ofHw y and (1Deain, st r i' )tch1-
er, and E.l (Om.s, star outfielder, fact the
o t e Lou'sville American associat- Kentuck
ion t am. Mc Lrw got Dean and Hug- ness an
ins Cambs- IThe
D- n sftrt<,d off the sea.son with I Louisvil
great hit of )itehing nd ha j di- his hors
c' ted in the hox sin that the start over th
vas " flash m ti pan. Huggins has is vict
fouId us for Combs only for pinch classic.
duty. Ward
colt ha
"Jinmie the 4dtaker" sells anything now a b

J. S. Ward, Kentucky turfman,
ty of confidence in his horse,
ounsellor, is indicated by the
at he has entered this early
ky favorite in both- the Preak-
d the Kentucky event.
Preakness comes before the
le race. Ward believes that
e can capture the $50,000 event -
e Maryland track, and repeat
ory a week later in the other
laughs at critics who say his
s grown so rapidly that it is
it too big and clumsy. "Watch
n," is Ward's answer.

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BIERICAN LEAGUE
s 6, Detroit 5.
), Cleveland: called in sec-
,ccount of rain.
rk 5, Washington 4.
9, Philadelphia 6.
ATIONAL LEAGUE
ati 7, Chicago 3.
2, New York 1.
n 7, Philadelphia 2.
rg 6, St. Louis 5.

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