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FORSECOND NI [
T NJne Expected to Put up Hard
pglht in Attempt at
Comeback..
ON SLATED TO START ON
UNID FOR WOLVERINE TEA
rmined to soften the sting of
erwhelming defeat administer-
them by the Wolverines, North-
'n's baseball nine will take the
t Evanston tomorrow bent on
g from Michigan in the second
of the season between the two
1 R ayFisher and his squad of
seekers will leave Ann Arbor
)night for the Purple grounds,
'ed to meet a different aggrega-
han the one which faced them
first contest. The Purple has
that it is a dangerous team if
the sort of pitching it received
start of the season.
prevented Coach Fisher from
g a regular workout yesterday,
I the battery men were in uni-
for a short session.
i each game playing an import-
rt in the standing of the teams,
an will strive to keep her slate
Two games have been cancelled
e of rain, thus cutting down
mnber of games the Wolverines
scheduled to play at the start
season.
h Fisher has not determined
ching cice for tomorrow's en-
r but it is probable that he will
Uenson to the mound. Benson
the Gophers after they had tak-
lead in the early innings and
itched fine ball when sent in
e off the threatened Buckeye at-
Should Fisher decide to keep
u on the bench, Jablonowski will
e the call. The remainder of
am that will face the Purple
>nsist of the reguIars, Wilson,
m, Haggerty, Bachdian, Kipke, 1
and Blott.
hwestern dropped an 8-4 con-
Indiana last Monday, two bad
s being sufficient to hand the
rs the game. The Purple did
rith the stick but poor control
d the winners to get men on
ths, giving Coach Mann's pupils
opportunities to score.
hiwestern will line up with
an, catcher, Kearireley, second
4cElwain, short stop, Christman,
'ase, Johnson, center field,
ey,,right field, Gohn, left field,
first base. It is not 'known
ho will take the mound against
her clan but Pulley is expected
ive the call.
IZous Fin Will
Run In Olympics
of the most outstanding per-
's n the coming Olympics pro-
to be Paavro Nurmi, Finland's
rdistance 'runner who will
e in the 1,500, 5;000, and 10,-
tre runs.
ai will be a new light in this
games. Since the Antwerp
ics, four years ago, he has es-
ed three new world's records
mile, three miles, and 1,500
runs. He astonished everyone
e recently set a new mark in'
le run at4hminutes, 10 2-5 ee-
He ran the three miles in 14
s, 11 1-5 seconds and the 1,500
in 3 minutes, 53 seconds for
cords.

HIES TONIGHT WOLVERINES LEAD IN ALOTT TIED FOR FIRST 4
I TEA 3I[ MA TTIN M AVERAGE IN I. BER O F UI( ERS
Michigan's baseball nine is at Capt. Jack Blott, of the Mich-
resent leading the Conference u 0igan baseball nine, is at pres-
in team batting average with a ent tied with Forkel, of Chicago,
record of .22. Michigan batters 'iand De Armand of Purdue, for
Hlow They Bat w have officially faced the pitcher first honors among the Confer-6
114 times in Conference games, j1ence home run hitters. Each of
have hit 31 times, and have {!the three players has two four-
Two members of Western Confer- scored 26 runs.- Chicago, Pur- WOLVERINES FA<VO' TO COP baggers to his credit. Seven
ence baseball teams have maintained due, and Ohio State come next I'tIAJORITY OF FIRST other players in the Big Ten j
a perfect batting average in the games with averages of .269, .268, and PLAES (1have had one home run apiece.
played thus far. Cameron, of Ohio, .266 respectively. The Illinois (Blott is also in seventh position j
and Ponting, of Illinois, both have k team, at present in a tie for first WEATHER KEEPS TEAM on the oficial batting average . j
succeeded in reaching first every time place in the Conference, is sev- FROM OUTDOOR TR ACK 1 chart. |
they have been officially at bat. enth with an average of .251. I_4 _
Haggerty, of Michigan, leads all bat-' ~~~~
ters who are credited with more than ° l adIi iOf t 7n ,1lenWUl theepresenene
10 times at bat and Jack Blott is third ..ichiganlit Annual Dual Meet tok th high hurdles at the Pei n re-
in this class. Dillman is ninth among Illinois recently met Kansas in a Kith Buckeyes lays in 15 2-5 and will give Hubbard
tournament and came through with an a good race i that event.
the hitters 'who have had amore than easy victory. Encouraged by athislac in th 0 at event. gn il
10 turns. Haggerty is batting .555, inthe y. oAnn by tl A squad of 37 men will represent In the 10 yard dash Michigan will
Blott .550, and Dillman 428 win the Illini come to Ann Arbor with Michigan in the Ohio State dual meet have Higgins, Goldwater, and Fein-
The list of all Confernce battr a set determination to be the first tomorrow afternoon on Ferry field, singer, and although Les Wittman's,
hitting .250 or better follows: squad to chalk up a win against the Coach Ste e Farrell of the Varsity presence will be missed the Wolver-
Wolverine net men this year. track squad announced yesterday af- ines should have little trouble in tak-
Cameron, Ohio .................1.000 In view of the success of the team terncon. ing th race. Connell of Ohio has1
Ponting, Illinois . . ... . . . ..:..1.000 thus far this season, the coaches will Michigan will have a large number been off form the past two weeks;
Roseburgh, Indiana.............. .600 undoubtedly keep the rating of the of entries in every event on the pro- and although he is a hard man to beat
Matusoff, Ohio ..................555 team intact and play the men in the gram and Coach Farrell plans to at his best, Higgins should show him
Haggerty, Michigan.............555 postions that they played last Wed- choose the men for the Illinois trip his heels. Goldwater is also round-
Farkel, Chicago...............500 nesday when they ran riot over the next weekend by the performances ing into condition after a winter of
Blott, Michigan...............500 Notre Dame squad. Captain Rorich thcy give against the Buckeyes. Four idleness and he should take a place.
olmes, Purdue ................500 playing one and Brick playing num nen will be entered in every event in Feinsinger will have his first race in
Pulley, Northwestern..........500 ber two are fixtures for play against whieh Michigan has that number of the dashes of the season after having I
Luther,Wisconsin......... .00Illinois. Hodgman has played num- parrornrees. Three men wil! be en- spent the winter running the quarter
licks, Iowa ...... ......... ber three i all the previous matches tered in ti two dasLis, rle quarter mie. He is fast enough to run the
ficks, Iowan.a..................46 nd in all probability he will retain tie hammer 'iw t:e Oisauw dashes and Sieve is counting on him
Aight, undiana.................462 his place. t iIIOW, javchin, In pole va I to show up wel! bliore the present
AlpPru.......449 aot1 ho iim ui, hI teewilasoii has come to a (doue. The ae
Poepsel, Iowa................438 trio of ichigan spintr will run In
Hillman, Michigan.............428 sand low hurdles and the ,broad jump. the 220 where they will have competi-
Hull, Illinois..................417 LIhse nd wtitrtan Out tion from Donovan and Kukeleik of
Moomaw, Indiana .............. .417 Michigan will be handicapped in to- Ohio.
Ascher, Minnesota.............. .414 Imorrow's meet by the absence of Ohio Quartrr Milers Good
Weiss, Chicago................411 "Stew" ilulse and "Les" Witinan, 1'Waid and Lue of Ohio promise to of-
Hall, Minnesota.... ........400 who are suffering from slight injur- fer some stiff competition to Reinke,
Dempsey, Northwestern,........400 In view of the fact that the varsity lies and are, being saved for the meet Roesser, and Purdy of Michigan in the
Druckmiller, Indiana............,400 track team has most of its meets at with Illinois. In the hurdles, Hulse quarter mile. Waid did :50 7-10 last
Dugan, Wisconsin............. .384 ms was expected to give Snyder of Ohio weekend and unless Charlie Reinke
Kearville, Northwestern ........,.375 a hard race and Wittman was conceded does the distance in :50 or there-
Giles, Michigan...............357 are to be held here, it is necessary to victories in the dashes. Hubbard and abouts the Michigan trio stands a good
Condon, Ohio.................. .333 hold the fraternity track meet on Sat- Aubrey will be the Michigan entries chance of being relegated to the last
Leaming, Purdue..............333 day morning, May 17. Since this is in the igh hurdles while Aubrey andpositions. The Wolverine half milers,
Eklund, Minnesota............... 333 the only morning available it will be Loomis will be in the low hurdle Captain Hattendorf, Freyberg, Coch-
GuzyMinnesota. race. Hubbard is conceded a good ran, and Morton are likely to take at
Gy, Mneot......... ,.. .333' necessary to restrict the entries to one
Emanuel, Wisconsin...........308 chance of winning in the highs but it least the first two places it they live
Christgau, Minnesota......308$ a nec vn rmayoefa is doubtful if either of the low hurd- up to their past performances. List
hrestger, Illinois.t.............300 ternity. Entries must be turned in to ers will be able to beat Snyder, Ohio's of Ohio has run the half in two min-
Roettger,Illinois............300the intramural office by Thursday, ace, who has been running the race utes this year and together with Ross
Robinson, Illinois..............300 May 15. in :24 4-5 consistently this year. He (Cintinued on Page Seven)
McElwain, Northwestern........ .300 .-- ,
Lahoda, Indiana.. ... . . .........300 The fraternity horseshoe tourna -_
Hughes, Chicago..... ........294 metn is lagging behind, and if the
Pavlik, Chicago'................ .285 games are not played as scheduled it
Jestes, Illinois.... ...........285 will be necessary to drop the teams. M
Seidel, Northwestern..........277 The second round of the freshman M o th er sDa y
Margolis, Illinois ............ . . .273 group horseshoe tournament must be
Racey, Minnesota.............266 played off and the results turned in
Ware, Purdue................261 to the intramural office by Monday'Nothing will please your mother
Christman, Northwestern.......254 night.
Scantlebury, Iowa.............250 The schedule for the second round more than a pictur of yourself..
B. Barrett, Iowa............. ..250 is as follows:. Group 8 vs. group 1;
King, Iowa. ............250 group 5 vs. group9; group 6 vs.
Tangen, Wisconsin....... . ..... .,250 group 3; group 7vs. group 10.
Workman, Ohio...............250 T
Nelson, Northwestern ............ To250y sowing m atce i tfr a
Parker, Indiana.............. .250. tern ity horseshoe tournament must beI
Irin, Indiana ................250 played off by tomorrow:
Irwi", India"a ....... .250 Chyron vs. Hermitage; Kappa Nu
Sherman, Minnesota ...........250 vs. Kappa Sigma; Lambda Chi Alphal
Jablonowski, Michigan..........250 vs. Xi Psi Phi; Zeta Beta Tau vs.
Theta Delta Chi; Phi Kappa Tau vs.I
ApaTau Omega vs. Delta Chii Psi
Omega vs. Tau Delta Phi; Acacia vs. l
AlhaIt Rho Chi'; Phi Delta Theta vs.
jP i Beta Delta; Theta Xi vs. Phi Beta Phtgrpf
Pi; Phi Kappa Sigma vs. Sigma Nur
Phi Sigma Delta vs. Phi Gamma Delta;
Determined to keep its slate clean, Delta Alpha Epsilon vs. Sigma Alpha I
the Michigan tennis squad will put Epsilon; Phi Delta Chi vs. Sigma Phi
forth their best efforts to come Epsilon; Phi Lambda Kappa vs. Delta
through with a win over the Illinois Upsilon; Delta Phi vs. Sigma Alpha kVlakes photographs that are diffeicllf
racquet swingers tomorrow after- Mu; Pi Kappa Alpha vs. Delta Sigma1
noon at the Ferry field courts. Phi; Phi Delta Epsilon vs. Phi Kappa;
Although not much is known con- Peers vs..Delta Sigma Phi; Delta Tau
cerning the merits of the Illini, it Upsilon vs. Alpha Kanpa Lambda; I StateStreet Phone 303-W
is expected that they will be repres- Alpha Delta Phi vs. Beta Phi Delta;
ented by a crew that will make it hard Delta Tau Delta vs. Phi Chi; Beta
going for the Michigan net squad. Theta Pi vs. Alpha Chi Sigma.

I vault, Prout clared 11 feet six inches,
which should also enable him to place
P high'.
D NHoyt's squad has an excellent chance
of repeating its success of the indoor
season, when the Illini went down to a
decisive defeat in a wire meet. At
that time, several men were not able
illinois Telegraphie Meet Called For to compete who will bring points to
Second Tine witthin the yearlings. Lasser will enter the
Wek hurdle evuts for Michigan, and should
take points. The Ilini slammed in
( OOP) MARKS IN POLE VAULT the hurdles in the indoor meet, but
ANT) SHOT I T MAIDE TIMDOORS' Lasser did not compete.
The Wolverine freshmen will also
stand a better chance in the pole vault.
.For the second time in less than a Prout's leap will undoubtedly mean
week, Michigan's freshmen were un- counters, and Huff and Northrup
able to complete their half of the tel- should come through nicely. Hester
egraphic meet with the Illinois year- and Leschinsky will prove to be hard
lings when yesterday's rain brought to beat in the dashes, while Douglas,
an end to their activities after two who won the 440 in the indoor meet
events had been run off. will undoubtedly make better time
The Indian first year team held its on the cinder track. Hart and Walsh
trials Wednesday, but Coach Hoyt's will take care of the 880, while Horn-
squad was not able to change the date berger and Jung will run the mile.
of the meet. The results of the Illin- Hornberger is capable of running the
ois events have not yet been sent to distance in close to 4:30.
Coach Hoyt, but will be held until The Wolverine two milers are fair-
the Michigan yearlings complete their ly certain to score heavily. Briggs
schedule, and Baker are both fast men. Briggs
The shot put and the pole vault, runs under 10:10 consistently, while
the only two events held were staged Baker is about 10 seconds slower.
in the field house. In the weight Weeks and Roth can high jump six
event, three Michigan athletes made feet, while Northrup broad jumps
excellent marks. Stuart le the field well over 22 feet, both of which marks
by puttng the lead 44 feet, three inch- are sufficiently good to mean points.
es. Munz was second with a heave of The meet will be completed the first
43 feet, six inches, while Lovette was ' good day available probably early next
well over 41 feet. The showing of we(,k.
Hoyt's men in this event should assure1-
tthem of at least two and possibly three "Jimmi the adtaker" sells anything
places against the Illini. In the pole quickly.-Adv.
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