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I SCHOOL MEET
i F,-st Prep Stars To Compete
In Annual Event At
Ferry Field
CHOLASTIC RECORDS
IOULD FALL IN lIUJIDLE i

TuRRBNA, HOTELS SOLD OUT~
FOR DAY OF ILLINOIS ,AME
Urbana, Ill., May 21. - All
hotel accommodations for the
week-end of the Michigan-Illin-
ois football game to be held here
Oct. 18, have been completely a
sold out, The hotels in Char-
paign have also disposed of all
I rooms for that time.
Yelle Potential
Big League Star

'FOR BIGTEN MEfTs
Scholastic Work Prevents Captain
Rorie' From Enter-
Jn~gTourney
BRICK, 11ODGMAN, CRANE,. ANI
VOSE kEPRESENT )H(J1tGAN

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n array of high school stars, such
lias never been seen here before,
compete for honors in the an-
1 interscholastic meet at /Ferry
I tomorrow and Saturday after-
n.
robably the greatest individual star
enter the meet is L. Baldwin of
hita Fall, Texas, who single hand-
eaptured the Texas interscholastic
t recently by taking first place
he high hurdles, high jump, and
put and placing in the discus and
low hurdles.
Baldwin Should Star
aldwin,. has done 15 seconds flat
the 120 high hurdles and Is the
ler of the national prep record
his event. He does 6 feet 1 1-2
es in the high jump, puts the
le pound shot forty eight feet,
>ws the discus 135 feet, jumps 22
6 inches in the running broad
p and tops the low barriers in 24
seconds.
he Texas star arrived in town yes-
ay afternoon and will be entered
he high jump, the high hurdles,
either the discus or the shot, he
g allowed to enter in three events
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nother star of whom great things
expected is "Bab" Cuhel of Cedar
ids, Iowa. In the Iowa interschol-
cs held last week at Iowa City,
Ai broke two national and state
>rds and tied a third state record.
ran the high hurdles in 15 3-10
nds thus breaking both national
state records in this event, the
onal mark having stood since 1912.
el also broke both the state and.
onal records in the low timbers
g the distance in 24 3-10 seconds
ering the national mark that has
d since 1913. The state record of
fl.at for the hundred was tied by
el in winning the century. The
ar Rapids star accounted for fif-
i of his team's points, which won
meet by a big margin.
Loftus Fast In 440
oftus, a'teammate of Cuhel's broke
state reord in the 440 yard dash
he same meet, doing the event in
[-10 seconds. H e will be entered
his event at the meet this' week
4''predicted that Kuck of Wilson,
.sas will set a new record for the
lve pound shot. The record at
sentk is 50 fet 3 inches and the
sas- athlete has already go eover
Bet ip practice. Carlson, of Detroit
thw tern,is another weight man
ought to how up well.
ie Detroit schools will have a num-
of :entries to represent Tthem,
ng them will be Dailey of Cass
b who is a metropolitan champ in
440, having done the distance
md fifty seconds consistently.
noe of Western will probably be
red in both the high and lw
lies and Panschert, of Northern,
Kroll, of Central, in the 440.
Colts Enter Good Tmper:
obinson, of Northwestern will be
fred in the broad jump and it is
licted that he will make a good
k, having done 22 feet 11 inches
he event.
mth High, of Columbus, Ohio, will
epresented in the dashes by Grim
in the 440 and 880 by Reigel.
st from iverside. Illinois, who is
red in the 440, discus and broad
p, and Whitlock of Danville, Illin-
in the javelin should net a few
ts for the Indian state.
hIe preliminaries will start at
ock tomorrow afternoon, and the
ls will be run off at the same
r Saturday.
ally classified for real results.

Pacific Coast league scribes are ask-{
ing, and perhaps rightfully so, wbyf
such catchers as Archie Yelle of the
San Francisco team are left hn the
minors when the -ardinals and thfree
or four other big league clubs are
badly in need of dependable reeeivers
and the Giants and Browns and others

Michgan's Varsity tennis squad left
last night to compete in the Confer-
ence net championships today, tomor-
row .nd Satitday at Chicago, without
the services of Captain Rorich who
hls found it impossible to make the
trip due to the press;uic of scholastic
Rorich is a senior delt Od his
\ omk at 'tle clihic demands that he
attend d aues regularay. His loss to
thAe tein 'will 'be a serious detriment

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~ICHIGN DFEATS
Cames to be played in AGGIES SCORE
} cane; 1. he l'_ vid illthe elimina - t
tion round of the fraternity baseball (Continued from Page One) i
tournament are as follows: At 4:15 Both pitchers wce in form, although
o'clock today-Phi SIgma Kappa Vs the Wolverines managed to find Wen-
Delta Sigma Phi; Sigma Alpha Epsi- ner the 1J. A. C. Piitcher botter then
lon vs. Delta Aloha Epsilon. At 5:1 <they did at Ferry field two weeks ago.
o'clock-Nu Sigma N u vs. Delta Kap- Stryker fanned nine Aggie batters
pa Epsilon; Alpha Sigma Phi vs. Win while three Wolverines were retired
ners of Acacia-Tan Epsilon P'hi. ij the same way by Wenner. Stry-
_er wrned six of the opposing ba 'ters
The following is the schedule f r while Veuner only pa5 d two l I
the consolation round in the VCIres.
baseball tournament: At 4:15 o'cf w t i t
today-Sph lits 'vs. Senior e vwo aes, wth wo hirt s c t' tor
Sate. epai7eck awl Ri hayds each
!et two singes out of our attem ts.
lima got the other double of the
game. Tii double Leail by lSteger
RU hIT IftI 'W and Stryker in the fifth, resulting in
~JU1I II I~ HIIVLJMiohigan's third score, and the double
play, Mcillen to Richards, to McMil-
NI1ARE' -'C1A rITY A lon, retirig Eachman at first and
Kipke at third mi the tird were the

vuil needi strengtbening _behindithe to the success of ithe Wolverine court
plate soon. squad in the race for the Conference
The probable answer in Yelle's case title since he has been payingin ex-
is that the major botsss figure that'he j cellent forin all season and was con-
isn't of big' league stuff because he ceded 'a goo I chance to puIll'tbrolugh
was once tried out by the Tigers and with most of his matches.
turned loose. Four Men To Conipete
Yelle, however, is doing a mighty The squad which left for Chicago
sweet job of catching in the coast re- consisted of Brick, Hodgman, Crane
gions. 'He is still young, has a good and Vose. These men have borne the
arm arid hits in big league style., brunt of the Wolverine attack on the
courts all season and their success
throughout this season has made
them formidable contenders for titular
honors. A resume of the year's court
tilts shows that Michigan has yet to
meet defeat on the courts this year
ILLINI, GOESINTO LEAD and that the Wolverines have come
through with wins over Indiana, M. A.
Special to Trhe Daily C., Northwestern, Wisconsin, Notre
Ura, ,ay21.ThDioyState'sDame, Saginaw Tennis Club and Penn
Urbana, Ill., May 21.-Ohio St ate.
baseball team ran away from the The Illini succeeded coming up
Illinois nine here this afternoon, and from behind and ticing the Maize and
won the game by a score of 8-2, putt- Blue representation before the down-
ing the Buckeyes in undisputed pos- pour of rain caused a halt with the
session of first place in the Confer- final honors even between both
ence standings. squads. The Urbana outfit brought
The game was the last contest on to the fore the only men who have
the Illinois schedule while the winners beaten Rorich and Brick this season.
have yet to play Chicago and Minnes- Captain Goodwillie and Diibach took
ota two games each. The State nine their matches from Rorich and Brick
has now won five games and lost one, respectively.
while the defeat pushed the Illini out Hodgman In Form
of a tie for second place with Michigan Hodgman has been beaten but once
and Wisconsin. this year. He dropped his match in
The Buckeyes are now ranking fav- the first meet of the year being beat-
orites for the Big Ten title. en by Shuman of Indiana, a star at
the court game and a prominent figure
Brownies Look To in Conference tennis circles. Since
the .hoosier meet however, Hodgman
Be Stronger Than has rounded into great form and in
all the consequent meets of the year
In 1925 Campaign he has come through with decisive vic-
tories over his opponents, beating
The Browns may not turn the New Iamong others, Johns of Illinois, Boyer
York Yankees back this season and of Northwestern, and Malpass of
cop the American league flag, but the Penn State.
St. Louis team of .1924 stacks tp Brick has played number two on
stronger by several victories than that the Michigan squad all year and his
of 1922, which finished one lone vic-. performances to date have been of
tory behind the New Yorkers. good eno'ugh merit to warrant placing
Sisler's boys showed their strength him high on the list ,f likely winners
recently when they ran through a at the championships. Asid'e grom
string of 13 games with but two de- his one defeat, Brick has come out on
featsg the upper end of the score in all of
Several big league clubs now have, his other matches.
or haveboasted of, shifts in the out- Crane And Vose Entered
field and at first base, the players Crane and Vose have both played
being changed as righthanders and (consistent tennis all season and their
southpaws pitch.' Sisler has intro- work has been materially instrumental
duced a variation of this idea. He in bringing victories to the credit of
has a third base shift. Robertson, a Michigan. These men have played
rookie, plays the far corner against four and five on the team through-
righthanders. Ellerbe, who has had out the year and have garnered wins
considerable experience the last couplein all of their singles matches and
of seasons in the Brown infield, goes losing only one doubles match which
to third, against southpaws. Iwas taken by Johns and Flanders of
,Illinois. Both men play a steady game
and their work in the championships
I at Chicago will bear watching.1
( MORE ROOMS NEEDED FOR I Following the Conference matches
INTERSCHOLASTIC MEET the men will remain in Chicago .and
play the University of Chicago. The
Rooms and accommodations Maroon squad has shown excellent
are still needed kfor men com- form to date and the meet with the
ing to Ann Arbor for the Inter- Wolverines promises to be replete in
scholatio A rck meet tomoIr-w fast and clever tennis. On the 29th the
acdlastic track meet tomorrow squad will meet the strong Colgate ag-
cntbute the ye hros ill gregation and will follow the Eastern
tmeet with matches against Iowa on
please call Murane at 189. the 30th, finishing the season on the
F__31st with a meet against Ohio State.

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Chicago, May 21.-- loyd F itzsim-

mions, credited with the original pro-
motion of the Carpentier-Gibbons
bout at Michigan City May 31, has of-
ficially been (!eclared out of it by
Frank Parker, financier of the bout.
Parker, with Joe Coffey, wrestling
promoter, has formed a corporation
to finance and will stage the contest,
tt the time and place named.

features of the game.
Box Score.
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Gilcs, 2b...........23
{ipke, cf..........2
iBachnian, if........4
Blott, ..
Haggerty, 31).......3
iDillnian, ss......
Wilsou, l........4
Steger, rf4........4
Stryker, p.........

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PRIECETON POLO
Defeating th( Yale poloists 6 to
il the 1lat Lastern g. ame Tu_,siday at
Art. Hiamli':tc, the Princeton Tiger.
won the Eastern intercollegiate poloI
championslhip and were presented with Purdue Victory Over Wisconsin Cans.
the Robert Lee Bullard trophy by as ouble Tle For
Gc ,ia! _Pershing afr the m lostbr ill- Fit
ialn mnatch of the college season. _rElT-
ONE.EGAME B IE N1) LEADIERS
Purdue's overwhelming win over the
Wisconsin nine on Monday proved to
TO BUFFALO the bigges t upset this season, 'the
victory displacing the Badgers from
the lead, while Illinois and Ohio State,
'Urban Sockcr, astute pitcher of the o defeated Michigan on :Saturtlay,
'.=V@e etecred into .a.tie for leading
plunging St. Louis Browns is haying I honors.
the laUgh on the champion Yanks and Both Illinois and Ohio have played
other clubs in the A. L. these days, , five gaines and each have droped
For Babe Ruth, his gang and the one contest, Michigan winning from
other sluggers of the circuit are just thr. Buckeyes early in the season while
waking up to the fact that Shocker Wisconsin recently handed the Illini
has been doing a neat job of bluffing their only defeat. Ohio won a close
them. game from Michigan, which set the
Shocker is one of the few pitchers Wolverines back a notch, but Coach
in the big show who is permitted to Fish'er's nine partly retrieved this de-
use the spitball, ruled out some years feat by winning from Iowa 3-2 on
ago. He is a master at the wet deliv- Monday. ,
bery, too. Ever since he came into his . Michigan Tied ForTi'hird
own as a major league slab artist he I The win over Iowa places Michigan
has depended much on that shoot. once again near the top rung, tied
This year the batters proceeded on with . Wisconsin in third place but a
the assumption that he was still us- half game separating th Maize and
g it. Shocker apparently was ix-Blue from the leaders. The week-
ing it th his curve and fast alx. end trip proved disastrous for the
in twt i uv n tb.I llawkeyes, Mlinnesota handing them
Now it leaks out that Urban has awee on Sta.
b llffi t oftl 11 a defeat on Saturday.
been bluffing most of the time--has Four teams, Michigan, Illinois, Ohio
been going through the motions with- State and Wisconsin, are ostensibly
out wetting the ball. The batters, ex- still in the race, with Minnesota hav-
pecting the wierd jump evolved by the ing an outside chance to come through.
! moistening of a spot on the sphere, The games this week-end will prove
have been at a loss to figure out the the determining factor for most of the
"hop." teams. Michigan will face Illinois
Shocker always has been a heady, Saturday at Urbana and Iowa on Mon.
brainy pitcher. He comes closer to cday at Iowa City and the Wolverines
I Christy Mathewson in that way than will have to win both contests to re-
any other hurler in the show, outside main in the race for the title. The
of Walter Johnson. I Michigan team will close the Big Ten
'_ _ _ _season on May 31, playing Wisconsin
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Tllotson Meets he a And Purdue Dangerous
WIth Acctdent Indiana, Iowa and Purdue have fair
teams, but Iowa and Purdue have
i To Lansing shown that they are to be feared
against any of the leading teams.
Minnesota is the "dark horse", play-
When,, the Michigan baseball team ing in championship form on one day
was enroute to play the Aggies yester- and giving a poor exhibition on other
(day afternoon Harry Tillotson, busi- (lays. The Gophers look formidable
ness manager of the Atiletic associat- with Guzy on the mound, while Tuck-
ion met with an accident when his er has failed to be consistent with his
sedan turned turtle on the Lansing pitching.
road near Portage Lake. The standings:
With the aid of Coach Fisher he was . W L -Pct.
able to upright his machine and con- Illinois.................4 1 .800
tinue on the trip. Mr. Tillotson es- I Ohio State .............. 4 1 .800
caped' with a few minor scratches and ;_Michigan..................2 .714
T :s.vAIaliML....ill.. ..... * .h -714

Announcement also was made by - - - -- -_
Parker of the completion of details 29 3 6 27 7 0
for the purchase by him of the grand
arena where the fight will be held 3. A. C.AB R H1 PO A E
from Charles E. Foster of Valparaiso, McMillen, 3.......2 1 .0 3 5 2
Ind. Sepaneck, ss.......4 0 2 1 2 1
No price was given. Richards, lb.......4 0 2 13 1 0
Work of enlarging the arena to Keibler, 2b........ 2 0 1 1 1 0}
accommodate 10,000 more spectators Williams, if ....... 2 0 0 1 0 0
than originally planned is under way. ! Wenner, p........3 0 0 0 6 0
Kuhn,rf .......... 3 0 0 1 0 0'
Outfielder Fremont, c........4 0 1 4 2 1
Beckley, cf........3 0 0 3 0 0
Follows Example Eberle.*.......' 0 . o 0"
Sb !Green,.* ... .. 1 0 0 0 0 0
OfBambinoR29 1 6s27,17 4
C *Batted for Kuhn in 8th
Four or five seasons ago Babe Ruth *l*Replaced Beckley in 9th..
was a pitcher, possessed with the abil-
ity to hit. Babe realized that the life Summary: First on balls off Stry:-f
of an outfielder in the big leagues is ker 6, off Wenner 2. Struck out by
much longer than the life of a hurler Stryker 9, by Wenner 2. Two base
and asked to be transferred to the hits, Dillman and Steger. Double
outfield. The experiment proved suc- plays Mc!tillan, Richards, McMillan.
cessful and Babe has deserted the Passed balls, Fremont. Hit by pitch-
ranks of the moundlsmen in prefer- er, Dillman and Keibler. Stolen
ence to the work of an outer garden- bases McMillan 2, Steger, Stryker.,
er. Sacrifice hits, Haggerty. Winning.
This past season found a youngster, pitcher, Stryker, losing pitcher Wen-
a pitcher of ability, possessed of the ner.
same desire to stay in the leagues as
an outfielder. Bib Falk came to them
Chicago White Sox as a pitcher but
he refused to take his place on the
mound last year, claiming he prefer-
red the outfield. But Johnny Evers
needed pitchers and Falk received the R.
ultimatum to pitch or quit. Bib ac- -
cepted the issue andprepared to leave Some rabid fans may call Bill Klein,
but the bosses finally induced him veteran National league umpire, blind
to aid and strengthen the pitching, and worse at times in the heat of a
corps. _jgame. But none of these will deny
So Falk began to ;itch. Eut after that Bil inows baseball. And so,
the season got under way, Manager- I when Bill rises to remark that the
in-charge Evers became dissatisfied t National league race looms up as a
with the stick work of the Sox and! stiff one his opinion is worth listening

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anied him was not inure d.
After the mishap Coach Fisher and
"Harry" aided an elderly man whoa
had met with similar fate when an
open car took to the ditch a few miles
ahead of him.
Hard Work Brings
Jacobs To League
These are big days for Elmer Ja-
cobs, Cub pitcher.
Something like 10 years ago he fig-
ured he was about ripe for the big
show. lie got chances with the Pir-
ates, Phils and Cardinals but failed to
set the world afire. Drifted to the
minors Last four years he labored
diligently and silently in the Pacific
Coast league. Wade Killefer, brother
of Boss Bill of the Cubs, told Brother
Bill Jacobs was ready for a real
fling this year and the Chicago pilot
gave Elmer his chance. He is an im-
portant member of the Cub hurling
staff which is causing a furore in the
National league these days.

Wvisconsin ...............
Minnesota ...............
Purdue........ .. ...
Iowa.................
Indiana . ..................
Northwestern ............
Chicago ._...............

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CLOTHES FOR THE COLLEGE MAN

sent the big hurler into the outfield.'
In a recent game with the Yanks,
Bib turned in a win single handed for
the Sox by connecting home runs
twice during the melee. The two
homers offset the damage made by aI
circuit clout by the mighty Babe. FalkI
is playing regularly and batting well
over the .300 mark.
George Sisler, Charley Jamieson,
Joe Wood, Rube Bressler, and Ed
Rice are also numbered among thoseI
who broke into the big show as pitch-
ers and then developed into players
in other positions.
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything;
quickly.-Adv.

to. Bill says that five clubs are set
to be in the fray all season .and that
the winner will know it: has beenj
through a race. Being a diplomat
Klem refrains from naming the five
teams.
President Bbbby Quinn, of the Red
Sox, announces that plans are being
laid to increase the seating capacity
in Fenway park, the Sox bailiwick,
next season. A second "deck" is to
be added. Apparently Quinn doesn't
think Fohl's showing with the once
shattered ilubbers a flash in the pan.
It's truG effleiency to use Daily
Classitieds.-Adv.

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Festival
.SALE
Sheet Music, Graded
Studies, Educational
Music, Collections,
etc.
Greatly
Reduced
Pries
We carry the larg-
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To Europe
and Re turn 13
THIS SUMMER
A splendid opportunity for tourists, teachers, studenits and
kindred spirits to enjoy a summer vacation in Europe at a
cost within the reach of everyone.
THE SHIPS-SAXONIA, June 21st
MAURETANIA, July 2nd
LANCASTRIA, July 3rd
THE ACCOMMODATION-Two, three and four berth rooms, spic
and span, commodious; attractive public rooms-.comfortable
lounge, smoking room, light, airy dining room. Good, wholesome
food. An excellent promenade deck with steamer chairs and all
conveniences. Third Cabin, but in name only. Passengers re-
stricted to Students, Teachers, Writers,.Artists and Tourists-
people of refinement whose society will be congenial.
ENTERTAINMENT-Orchestra, concerts, dances and deck games
will contribute to your enjoyment of the trip.
THE RETURN-Similar arrangements are available for the Re-
turn Voyage covering several sailing dates.
C U 'N'4A RD

Tours fir Selected
and Limited Number
of Young Women

Are we going up the river next Tues-

day night?

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TOUR
TOUR

"A"-June 26-Sept. 13..... .....$1,030
"B"-June 26-Aug.21.. ...........$700

"No, Mabel, we'll do somethin better
than 'counting the moon.

MISS ELIZABETH PERSONS, A. B. Wells College,
M. A. Thy Johns Hopkins University.

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