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BE.L TO SHIFT
JUL6 FOR ORIO
Changes Wilt Occur Before Meet
ritli Buckeyes Here on
Saturday
E WILL RUN QUARTER;
IBBARD MAY QUIT HURDLES
h Steve Farrell will send a
tely reorganized track team on
.d against Ohio State when the
ams meet Saturday in a dual
t Ferry field.
pite of the heavy mists that
>ver the cinder oval yesterday
on Steve Farrell put the men
h a sound workout and he will
ly announce the entries in Sat-
meet sometime tomorrow or
lay.
team as a whole has been inac-
ice the close of the indoor sea-
id, although members of the
have taken an active part in the
Ohio, and Drake relays since
ening of the outdoor season,
ave been no meets in which team
have been tabulated and the or-
ion of the tein has beet inich
ne as it was during the indoor
oyle to Enter Broad Jump
ng the changes which will be
vith the opening of the outdoor
enoe season will be the shifting
lie Reinke to the quarter mile,
insinger to the 220 yard dash,
ck Doyle's debut in the broad
DeHart Hubbard will also be
o perform in different branches
sport than he did during the in-
eason.
ugh Steve Farrell. refuses to
ny definite promises it is prob-
at the dusky star will see more
in the dashes than in the
this spring and it is not im-
le that he will be taken from
rdles permanently. It is the
Coach Farrell that the hurdling
Hubbard has done during the
season has not done J1i, broad
,g any good and inasmuch as
.5 good a sprinter as . itber
it may be best for him to
the field of, his actiVtr=
Vittman, Hulse Fit Again
of Michigan's most d pendale
aers who have been .orced to
ings easy for some imb .v:ill
k in uniform next Saturday.
ittman, the fastest collegeI
r in.the West for the past two
will be in both the 220 and the
d dashes and Stew Hulse, who
r with Wittman has been su-
from a pulled tendon, will be
o compete in the low htrdles
Snyder; the best hurdler who
r -runfor Ohio.
m un will probably be entered
tically every event on the pro-
>r at least wherever Steve can
e four competitors. The weights
,short of men unless someone
up during the coming week'I
and Tidy will be the only en-
t the shot, Krofko and Tidy in
elin, Doyle and.Brooker in the
throw, and Alder in the ham-
row. Alder has been one of
easant surprises of the early
its for Steve Farrell. At the
the season there was no one
squad who showed any promise
tg anything in this event and
h Alder hasn't done any better
12 feet up to the present time
avored to take a place in the
.hs week-end.
h Athletes To
Unite For Games

n, May 5.-Ulster and the Ir-
e state, divided on most issues,
united at the Olympic games
mmer.
athletes of Ireland will repres-
ir country as a whole, the
nd the orange united. Collegi-
d policemen are likely to form
ger part of the team. In these
.sses are to be found the most
athletes in Ireland.
ag the collegians there are
of Trinity College, the best
Free State sprinters, and Lavin,
National University, quarter-
who usually covers the 440 in
ends.
star trio of the Dublin metro-
police is composed. of Stan-
anahan and Birmingha the
med a discus thrower.
rw They Stand

Paddock Decides NEME TjPA
To Try For Tam
'mill
Seattle, Wash., May 5.-Charles Pad I M ORR
dock will not quit the track, and what
is more, he is going to be one of
the sprinters on America's OlympicD
games track team if trying will put Notre ame Wil Bring Strong Team
him there. Here for Matches at Ferry
Charlie ran an exhibition sprint with Field
Vic Hurley of the Illinois A. C., as a;.'
feature of thi Pacific Northwest re- 'DONOVAN, VISITORS' CAPTAIN,
lays here Saturday, and finished five DEFEATED MERKEL, O'CON NELL
yards ahead of his opponent. His,
time was 10.1 seconds. When the Varsity tennis squad
Paddock had announced that if he stacks up against the Notre Dame
failed to come near his mark of 9.6 players at 4 o'clock tomorrow after-
for the century he probably would noon at Ferry field, they will be con-
take the hint and bid the track fare- fronting one of the strongest outfits
well. on their schedule.
Fresh from easy victories over Sag-
inaw Tennis club and the M. A. C.
MATHER REDUCES FIRST net squad, the Wolverines will be
forced to play real tennis to down
Donovan, of Detroit, one of the best
recquet swingers in the state.
Donovan recently won the General
With three cuts already made and Motors indoor singles title from a
with several others to follow shortly field made up of all the eminent play-]
Coach Mather's Freshman baseball ers in this vicinity. In winning the
squad is rapidly taking working form. championship, the Notre Dame star
More than 100 first-year men are achieved an unusual feat when he de-
still on the squad that works out feated George O'Connell, who is at
every afternoon on the south corner present a Michigan freshman, and
of Ferry field. With such an unpre- who was placed in the first 15 play-
cedented number to look after, Math- ers in the' Western singles rankings
er finds it rather a difficult job to last year. Donovan played O'Connell,
keep tabs on all of them and make and in the afternoon vanquished Chuck
an accurate discernment of their res- Merkel, who was Conference singles
pective abilities. He expects howeverw champion last Cyear.i
candidates within a shore promisg Michigan's squad will probably line
start selecting the one-twotree out- up with Captain Rorich, Brick, Hodg-
fits which will receive most of his man, Crane and Vose i harness
attention. against the Catholics.-
Although nothing definite is known
concerning the merits of any indivi- i
dual pitchers, the box-men as a group I
present a number of potential Varsity.I
flingers who are rapidly rounding
shape for taking regular turns on the
slab. Several of the hurling prospect-I NF.N F iTR
ives have had some experience on 'New York May 5-(By AP)-A '-
their prep school teams and num- Ne'sYorktMayu5.-(By AProms
bere an~ngt~asa is ne ~piwhoerica's athletic. suprema~cy promiuses
ibered among these is one man who tobe challenged in the Olympic Games,
pitched forLane Tech for Clncagf this year to a greater extent than ever'
York Gforghe nason high-scl before, but on past performances this
title. h country's stars figure to win again the
With a numbe~r of foir# high-major share ,of international laurels.-
school stars battling for infield p si Conclusive proof of the outstanding
~ios Ihe niir dfene loksas'~' J'position held by America i's thaat our #
will be most capably taken care of athletes hold 35, or more than one
whethefirst game .ginsttheVar-' 9 wold's records for
heiL t i rtg m g ns h r track and field events recognized' by

Browns Send Tygers To Third; GOLF T[AMIEtg
Reds 3 Games Behind Giants1
Four trayOHIO ST91E TO
Fraternities playing in the tennis Four straight losses to the St. Jack Quinn have come through with
tournament should observe the rule Louis Browns, nearly all of which excellent work' thus far, while the in-F
nf fiva mon n h tonm were accomdlished throngh the med-' field has shown rare promise. ptan rk, Crosbye, -
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Entries for the all-campus track
meet are now being accepted at the
Intramural office. The events are:z
100 yards, 200 yards, 440 yards, 880
yards, 1 mile, 2 mile, 220 yards, low
hurdles, 120 yards high hurdles, shot
put, discus, broad jump, high jump,
pole vault, half mile relay.

im of timely home runs, tumbled the
Detroit Tigers out of their berth at]
the top of the American league, and
deposited them in third place, half a
game behind the Chicago club.
The Bengals slipped from their early
sensational form, and the 'past weekI
brought disaster to the Cobbmen. The
chief factor in all the trouble was
Ken Williams, the Browns' hard hit-

The independent baseball schedule ting outfielder who hit safely five
is as follows: times in . Saturday's contest, and hit
Thursday, May 8, at 6:30 o'clock- one home run. Sunday's game went'
Rayman vs. Giants, Yankees vs. To- to the Browns through the efforts ofI
ledoans, Walfsons vs. Gun and Blade Williams and Hank Severeid, both o
club, Spencer's Enteifprisers v's. whom hit homers in the ninth which
Fletcher Hall. sewed up the battle.
Although their winning streak was
The following are the drawings for stopped by the aged Walter Johnson
the all-campus singles and doubles Thursday after stringing along to
horseshoe tournament. These matches eight consecutive victories, the New
bepled by Thursday, May 8. York Yankees strengthened their hold
must paye yon first place, now holding the place
Singles-Charter, 702-J vs. Nichols, ' of honor by a margin of two full
753; Rabinowitz, 1601-M vs. Mildner, games. Babe Ruth brought his total
1366; Kennedy, 236 vs. Kenita 1118-J; of home runs to five, which gives him
McKechnie, 558. vs.. Sauber, 1525-M. the lead in the American circuit. Har-
s 2 .- M 7 M ry Heilmann and Ken Williams are
Mathias, 2900 vs. Mayer, 732; Marky' ? hot on his trail with four each.
2420-W vs. Sedita, 3186-M; Trescott, Johnny Evers' Chicago White Sox
1169-R vs. Streit, 753; Stein, 3124-R snapped out of their losing streak and
vs. Spector, 2990-R; Lyons, 236 vs. IHar- forged into second place when the
rison, 179; Walker, 3277-J, vs. Yawitz, Tigers slipped. Barrett, who was tak-
1525-M; Averbrook, 1525-M vs. Lurya, en along at the start of the season as
732; Merrick, 2420-W vs. Read, 3050- a" utility outfielder, has forced Maurice
W; Coryell, 1306-R vs. Johnson, 904- Archdeacon, the fleet-footed rookie,
M; Goldsmith, 3126-R vs. Muscovitch, to a place on the bench by virtue of
2759-R; Mullins vs. Greenbaum, 751- some remarkably good baseball. The1
W; Nathanson, 1525-M vs. Marx, 732; White Sox have been getting their
Wild'l, 1479-W vs. Purdy, X050-W; quota of base hits, but their pitch-
Wright, 3186-M vs. Moore, 2645-I; ing has been only fair.
Kramer-bye. Lee Fohl has piloted the Boston
Doubles-Johnson-Planck, 904-M vs. Red Sox to the pleasant realm. of
Greenebaum - Landy, 751-W; Read- the first division, which is something
Purdy, 3050-W vs. Lurya-Mayer, 732; entirely new for Boston. Fohl's two vet-
Nathanson-Yawitz, 1525-M vs. Lyons-. eran pitchers, Howard Ehmke., andI
Kennedy, 236; Streit-Nichols, 753 vs.
Smith-Moore, 2645-R; Coryell-Walker,'
1306-R vs. Merrick-Marky, 24-20-W;
Kramer-Averbrook, 1525-M vs. Mc- C
Kechnie-Pattee, 558; Muscovitch-
Green, 2759-R vs. Trescott-Robnowitz, I
1601-M; Sedita-Wright, 3186-M vs.
Iarx-Davidson, 732; Sauber-Partner,
(Contintied on Page Seven) Boston, May '5.-On Commonwealth

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Three full games separate the New 1
York Giats and the Cincinnati Reds,
who are in first and second place re-
spectively, in the National league. The
Redlegs copped both ends of a double-4
header from the Pittsburg club, due
in the most part to some clever hurl-
ing by Adolfo Luque and timely hit-
ting in both games.
The brilliant showing of Wayland
Dean, McGraw's American association
prodigy, has been the feature of the
Gotham club's success. While Dean,
has been making such strides on the
mound, O'Connell, last year's "75,000
beauty" has been occupying a com-
fortable position on the bench, having
been taken from the lineup in favor of
Billy Southworth.
Grover Cleveland Alexander's work
has been of great assistance to the'
.hicago Cubs, who are holding third
place. The veteran shutout king is
still going strong as a big timer. Sun-
day he let the St. Louis Cards down
with three hits. He has pitched 29
consecutive innings without issuing a
pass.
The outstanding event of the season
so far was the trade which transferred"
Milton Stock, holdout infielder, from
the St. Louis Cards to Wilbert Robin-
son's Brooklyn club, where he is now
holding down third base, a spot which
had bothered Robby considerably be-
fore the arrival of the veteran. In re-
turn, Catcher Mike Gonzales went to
the Cards, bringing an experienced
backstop, which was hitherto an un-
filled order with the Cards.
Japanese Prince
To See Olympiad
Tokio, May 5.-Marquis Kunihisa
Kuni, younger son of Prince Kuni-
yoshi Kuni and brother of the crown
princess, will attend the Olympic
Games in Paris this summer.
Marquis Kuni will visit France in
the course of a journey around tlrh
world.-

IWViich Left Yesterday
S'II El ULE I) To PLAY VETERAN
ILLINOIS SQUAD ON SATURDAY
Michigan's Varsity golf team left
yesterday morning for Columbus
where they will stack up against Ohio
State on the Buckeye course in match-
es this morning and afternoon.
Five men composed the Wolverine
contingent including Captain Hugh
Smith, Dan Quirk, Ed Broderick, Mon-
roe Crosby and Fred Feeley. One of
the last two men will make the fourth
ranking member of the team, with
Smith, Quirk and Broderick playing
one, two three.
Singles matches will be played this
morning with foursomes this after-
noon for a total of 24 points.
On Saturday the team will meet
the strong University of Illinois squad
here at Ann Arbor. The Illini have
two well known players representing
them. and should rule favorities over
Michigan s inexperienced squad.
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STUDENTS URGED TO BUY
OLYMPIC TRYOUT TICKETS.
Tickets for the Olympic try-
outs to be held on Ferry field
May 30 and 31 are still on sale at
the Athletic association ticket
office in the Yost field house at
$1 each. One ticket admits to
either day's events,
Fraternity houses are also be-
ing solicited by ticket sellers as
it is necessary to sell one thous-
and of he pastecards before May
1 in order to raise the student's
share of the $10,000 needed to as-
sure the meet being held here.
Students intending to go to the
tryouts are urged to buy their
tickets now.

the International Amateur Athletic
federation. Great Britain is next with
'25 and Finland, which has but recenst-.
1 ly stepped to the forefront in athlet-
ics,. is. third. with 12. These two na-
tions, 'incideitally, loom as America's{
closest rivals for honors at Paris this
year.
No other nation approaches the ver-
sitility of America, the lists show, for
Uncle Sam's track and field perform-
ers have established records in six of
the seven distinct groups of track and
field competition..
America leads the world in the runs,
I jumps, weight-tossing, hurdling and
relay racing, while Great Britain is
I preponderant in walking and Finland
in javelin and discus throwing.
I "Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
I quickly.-Adv.

FRESIDIAN TENNIS NOTICE
All freshmnan tennis players
who desire to be candidates for
the freshman tennis team report
to Coach Jerome on Tuesday af-
terinoon from two to four o'clock
at the Ferry Field courts. This
notice applies also to men who
are on this campus for the first
1 time whether in the class of '27
f or not. At the close of the sea-
son the best four players will re-
ceive numerals and possibly a
special match will be arranged
with, the varsity squad before the
close of the school year.
P. F. Jerome, coach.

avenue,Boston, .lies a block of land I'infielder who drew his unconditional'
though_.t be unique in that its ren- release-last fall from the' Tigers, is
tal rises and falls yearly with the now, coach and utility maz for the
rise and fall in the league standing Seattle Pacific Coast league club.
of a baseball club.
The land is. "Lowell Park", used as__
a parking space opposite Braves' 1
field. The rental is, determined each
year by the position in which the
l Braves finished at the end of the pre-
vious year's National League pennant
I race.
If the Braves are fortunate enough
to win the- pennant, the lessee will
have an annual rental of $5,000 to pay,
the succeeding season. If they fin- 'FO YO1
ish second, $500 is cut from that price.
If they end the season in third place, MADE BY EDZRH
the rent will be $3,500 and fourth place
is $500 less. If the Braves conclude
the season in fifth place or lower, the
rent will be $1,800.

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Nero yesterday,when interviewed, I
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m~y supply of Oh Henryl-'
Try Oh Henry! once-you'll agree
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