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I TRYOUTS HERE
Star Spangled banner will be sung
by the assembled crowd on both days
and the flag will be raised in a cere-
since the start of spring pr ctice. the ,
coaches appearing to direct every
effort toward the development of a [CA N
machine for that game abov all oth- O Ne
ers on the 1924 schedule.
e f ta g a e i i T I
doubles ho_,;eshee tournament: IStreet
and Nichols vs. Robnowitz and Tres-
cott. The winner of this match must
meet Lyons anal Kennedy, Wednes-
DIAMO TEAM TO
MEET IRISH NINE
e Than 250 Athletes From States
In )entrl.3pisrits Are
1ADE OF COMPETITORS AND)
YFFICIALS TO OPEN PROGRAM
'eparations for the holding of the
neic tryouts next Friday and Sat-
y afternoons on Ferry field are
el swing. More than 250 athletes.
3 every large city, club, and col-
in the seven states covered by
Central A. A. U. are entered in
meet and will arrive in Ann Ar
Thursday and early Friday morn-
Finals Both Days
e meet will start promptly at 1:15
wk Friday afternoon by the mast-
ock which will be installed on the
before the meet. Trials in sey-
events and finals in five events
ther with the decathlon events
be held Friday afternoon while
pentathlon and together with the
-finals and finals in all remaining
ts will be held Saturday after-
.. The program Saturday after-
will start at 1:30 o'clock.
.e of the largest crowds of veteran
tes gathered together since the
Olympic final tryouts at Boston
920 will take part in. the events
'erry field. The L A. C. and the
ago A. C. wil, both enter large
ds as will all other important
stic organizations in the coun-
In addition to the veterans, many
hom have seen service in former
pics, ,the colleges of the section'
send crowds of their most spec-
ar performers to try for birthn
he American squad in the Olymn
Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illin-
Kentuck y,Minnesota, and Wis-
n will be the states represented
;prepare Ferry Field
squad of workmen has been busy
erry field for the past two days
ng things in shape for tle giant'
yal whill the executive heads of i
K'ichigan A. A. U. under the di-
o:of Charles Lynch, president
e organiation, have been arrang-
he Qrganization, of the meet. The
ste ple chase will necessitate the
ion -of a water jump, prepara-
of Which has been progressing
ly. The event will be run around
ldrer track except that the run-S
will go onto the turf at the east
of the trak to take the water
erything will be run in accord-'
with the Olympic program. The
is system of races will be fol-
d in. order to accustom the ath-
to the exact distances which
would have to run in the Paris i
s. Every track and field event
h will have a place on the Olym-
rogram. will be found in, the list
vents to be run in the trials
ling the 10,000 meters walk, the
hlon, the pentathlon, the cross
ry run of 10000 meters, and the
Le chase. Many of these events
never been, held in an Ann Ar-
neet previous to this time.
e of the features of the entire
will be the formality hf the pro-
The program will open wIth
ade by the various athletes l d
i, white pants, darkc coats, andJ
h ats with vanl-colored bands to.
nate their official positions. The
Running in good form and retaining
an early advantage, Parmeter romped
off with premier honors, yesterday
afternoon in the annual Freshman
cross country run over the Geddes
The grind was for three miles and
Parmeter's time for the run, 16:13 is
good considering circumstances. The
five men who followed Parmeter will
receive sweaters with their class num-
erals as will the winner and these
men will be watched for further de-
velopment with a view to recruiting
Varsity material. The men who trail-
ed Parmeter to the tape were Isken-
drian, Campbell, Bush, Tarloff, and
Beach each of whom put up sterling
exhibition and who showed the results
of careful training under expert tute-
Over Iowa Monday
lsher' Nine Slim
Second Place For
Team In Big Meet
Varsiy to Play Stronig iliaroen
i !iie Tein oN Ferry Field
TILOE IS IftJUREO, N9
MAITCH WITH RIGHIRO;
William T. Tilden II, premier tennis
player of the world, received an in-
jury which may interfere seriously
with his athletic ambitions when he
slipped Saturday on a rain-soaked
court at the Merion Cricket club dur-
ing a match with Vincent Richards.
The champion tore a ligament in
his knee and limped to- the clubhouse.
The accident came at a decisive mo-
ment in the Tri-City championships.
Tilden lost his footing on the wet
court and fell heavily, injuring his
knees. The torn cartliage is a. reop-
ening of an old injury which had ap-
parently healed completely.
The cups that were won in the All'-
campus b'owling- tournament, bothI
doubles -and singles, can now be had
at the Intramuial office.::
BADGER GAME HERE SATURDAY
IS CRUCIAL FQR Born TEA3S
W L Pct.
Michigan. ..... ....... 7 2 .778
Ohio State.............. 6 2 .750
Wisconsin ............... 6 2 .7501
Minnesota ...............5 3 .625)
Illinois.................4 3 .5711
Purdue...............5 4 .555
Iowa..................4 6 .400
Indiana................2 4 .333!
Northwestern............2 8 .200'
Chicago..............0 7 .000
By virtue of its victory over Iowa
Monday, Michigan's varsity ball team
.is now at the top of the Western Con-
ference, leading Ohio State and Wis-
consin by one game. A victory over
Wisconsin here Saturday will give the
Wolverines at least a tie for the Big
By 'iefeating Wisconsin this week
end; the Varsity will put them out of
the running for the ,title, as they are
now tied for second place honors with
the Buckeyes, and a single defeat will
eliminate them from the running.
The only team that stands a chance
for the top of the Big Ten if Michi-
gan wins, is Ohio State, they having
but two more conference games to
play and these with the weakest team
in the league.
If poor weather conditions prevail
at the game Saturday and the contest
is not played, neither Michigan nor
Wisconsin can claim the champion-
ship for Ohio will cop it providing they
win the two games. from Chicago.
Saturday's contest with the Badgers
is the most important one of the sea-
son for the Wolverines have already
been defeated once by Wisconsin and
if they repeat this performance Michi-
gan will be eliminated from the runn-
Illinois and Iowa have been put out
of the race by defeats last week and
with but Wisconsin remaining, the
Wolverines are going to put up the
stiffest battle of the season to win
or at least tie for the championship of
the Big Ten.
The following games still remain in
May 31-Wisconsin at Michigan.
Iowa at Northwestern.
Chicago at Indiana.
June 7--Chicago at Ohio State.
Minnesota at Wisconsin.
June 9-Indiana at Purdue.
June 10-Purdue at Indiana.
June 14-Ohio State at Chicago.
PRESENT AT MVEETING
MICIGl( 'N ENT11IiS IN Bl(
TEN TOURNEY H ANDiIAPPEI)
Michigan's Varsity tennis squad will
stack up against one of the strong-
est net outfits in the East tomorrow
afternoon on the Ferry field courts
when it crosses racquets with the
Colgate court squad.
Colgate this year is playing in ex-
cellent form and the prowess of theI
Maroon aggregation can be truly
judged when their victories over the
powerful Yale and Cornell squads are
considered. Colgate has not met Mich-
igan on the field of sport for many
years and the match tomorrow will ber
all the harder fir that reason. The
Eastern squad, in overcoming such
formidable court teams as Cornell and
Yale feels quite confident of taking
the measure of the Wolverines and
will put up their best in an attempt
to carry home a win.
Michigan's relatively poor showing
in the Conference championships was
Prominent Men To
IAct In Honorary
Capacity At Meet
Two of th'e world's richest and most
influential men, one of whom is a Uni-
ted States senator; a governor and
one of the greatest football coaches in
the country will be honorary referees
at the Olympic Tryouts to be held
May 30 and 31 at Ferry Field, Ann
The four are: Ildsel Ford, a keen
sport enthusiast, and president of the
Ford Motor Company; James Couzens,
U. S. senator from Michigan and a
former partner of Henry Ford; Alex
Groesbeck, governor of Michigan, and
Fielding H. Yost, otherwise known as
'Hurry-Up"-the grand old man of
COLLINS FOLLOWS FOOT
STEPS OF 00M BS, DAVIS
Eddie Collins is at last a big league
manager, if only temporarily. He will
serve until Johnny Evers is sufficient-
ly recovered from his appendicitis op-
eration to resume active leadership.
Collins' appointment brings out the
fact that only two members of Con-
nie's great White Elephant machine
have become big league bosses. Jack
Coombs is the other member.
Coombs was named manager of the
Phillies after Pat Moran departed.
Moran had given the Sleepy Town a
pennant in 1915. and had managed the
team for three campaigns after that.
In December, 1918, he was eased out.
Coombs succeeded him but failed with
the material and aid given him, to
do anything with the outfit. He lasted
but a short time. Some of the fans
will ask, "How about Harry Davis?"
Davis broke into the managerial game
long after his playing days were over.
He played with the Giants back in
1896 and was out of active duty when
Mack's famous machine was hogging
the baseball limelight.
Davis took over the reins in Cleve-
land after George Stovall's term, but
hl s work was unsatisfactory.
SHOESMITII LIKELY PITCHING
CHOICE AGAINST CATHOLICS
Shows Best Form of
Above is the latest cut of Baldwin,
the track athlete from Wichita Falls,
Tex., high school, who singlehanded
won second place in the Michigan In-
terscholastic meet Friday and Satur-
day at Ferry field.
The lone entry from his school, he
scored 15 points by taking firsts in the
a disappointment to the Maize and
Blue following. Entering the tdurna-
ment minus the services of their num-
her one man, Captain Rorich who was
forced to remain in Ann Arbor
through pressure of scholastic duties,
the Wolverines were as unfortunate
as to draw three men in the first'
round who crashed through to the
semi-finals. Donovan of Notre Dame,
the surprise of the tournament and
a man who net defeat when he faced
Coach Fisher's Varsity baseball
team, returning from the two game
trip in first place, will be given a
short workout today in preparation
for the return tilt with Notre Dame,
who will clash with the Wolverines
at 4:05 o'clock tomorrow.
No practice was held yesterday,
Coach Fisher giving the men a rest
after the long trip. It was announced
yesterday that Herb Steger, who in-
jured his hand in the Ohio State
game, had sustained a broken finger,
but will be seen in the lineup tomor-
Jerry Benson is still on a field trip
and will be unable to be used against
the Irish. Shoesmith looms up as the
probable pitching choice with Stryk-
er, who Pitched exceptionally good
ball against Iowa, in reserve.
Coach Fisher is elated over the
showing of the team in the past few
games. Although a dependable field-
ing team from the start of the sea-
son, the squad has improved in its de-
fense play, only one error being chalk.
ed up against the Wolverines in the
last four contests played.
Not only has' the frelding improved,
but the batting, w hichappeared weal;
at the start of the season, has improv-
ed considerably, as evidenced by the
way in which the players connected
with the ball against the Illini, on Sat-
urday and Iowa on Monday. The
batting during these two games has
been the best displayed thus far, the
men hitting when hits meant runs.
Michigan will close her Big Len
schedule with Wisconsin on Saturday,
the outcome of this contest going a
long way in deciding the Conference
It's true efficiency to use Daily
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WEEK' END ATMLXTICS.
The Michigan-Notre Dame(
f baseball game will not be play-
ed on Friday, as originally scheOl& I
uled, but will take place on
ET hursdlay, May 29th, beginning
at 4:05 o'clock.
On Saturday the Olympic Ty ;
outs will begin. Spectators will
enter by tickets through the
inain gate only. Coupons can-es"
not be honored.
The Michigan-Wisconsin game 1
is scheduled for Saturday andE
will start at 2:30.
Tryouts for the Olympic games I
will be conducted at Ferry Field [
Friday and Saturday afternoons
beginning at 1:15 on Friday and
at 1:30 on Saturday. BecauseI
the Olympic Tryouts are.not un-
der University control, student[
coupon books will not be honor-
Persons attending the Olym-
pie tryouts on Saturday will en-
ter by the main gate' only. Those
attending the baseball game will
enter through the South Gate
(just south of the Club House' on
State Street) only. At this gate
coupons will be accepted for ad-j
mission to the ball game
E. E. Wieman, Astitant
-Director~ -of Athletics;
high hurdles, high jumi and shot put, Captain 'orich recently, defeated
in each of which he hung exceeding- llodgman in the first round and con-
ly good marks. finning his good form advanced to
He is one of the best high school the semi-finals.
track men to ever participate in the Sagalowsky of Butler defeated
annual Ferry field event. Crane in his brace and having dis-
pesed of the Wolverine star, advanced
to the finals where he lost out after
FIHTa hard fight to Wilson of Chicago.-
0Vose was the other Michigan man
T F N'16 MA r S wo was beaten by a semi-finalist,!
To F I 't3 eP , L . ell 'before thle brilliant attack of t
Gco(Willie the Chicago captain. Brick
T uth ng tt ct',erMaize and Blue repersenta-1
The outcoyie ofIhe coini nGeg s tive lost out to Dubech of Illinois. 1
between Tominy Gibbons andl Geo fges__________________
Carpentier is one of the main topics
of conversation'among followers of the
leather pushers these days.
One thing can be said of Carpen-
tier. He has his heart set on giving
his best in the forth-comuing melee foi
the simple reason that, up(;n his work _cur
against Gibbons, wiin or lose, r(I('p;i is The Yankees will play the Giants
ris immediate future in the American t 6:15 o'clotk today. The winner
rA of this game will play Wolfson's War-
he vlry rCrpie wil oe iors at 2:15 o'clock on Thursday.
I heflodgates of w~vealt to him-n
again. It may even lead to anothe
battle with Demusey, sTould har The final game of the fraternity
Wills fail to measure up in any battle baeball will be'played Thursday aft-
he has before September. enoon at 4 :30 o'ciock. The Alph
espite the bitial',la ( . SP"'ma Phi will eet the winner of
manager Billy Gibson. C aloer ' til Sigoa Alpha Eusilon-Phi Lamabda
meet Gene Tunney imgeaatnly oftor K m game.
the Gibbons bout, win or lkse, o---
he lick the St. Paul battler, howevr, e finals of the fraternity teni is
Dapper Georges can [deman(i a prety zwil be ilayed Wednesday afternoon,
penny for that scrap--and ~ when the Beta Theta Pi meets the
Then lie can book himelf for i ny heta Chi.
more bouts as he wants.
Detroit 5, St. Louis 4.
Cleveland 7, Chicago 2.
Pittsburg 5, Chicago 4.
Boston 5-10, Phillies 4-6.
Cincinnati 3-3, St. Louis 4-1.
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More than 150 men were present atI
a meeting of prospective football play-
ers fornext year's Varsity last night
at the Union.
The assembly was called for the
purpose of keeping the candidates in
touch with the football situation at
Michigan, and of encouraging them to
try for the team next fall.
Coaches Yost, Little and Weiman
spoke to the meeting. They emphas-
ized various phases of the gridiron
year, and urged the men to keep in
training during the summer, and es-
pecially to work to stay eligible, keep-
ing; in -m1ind the Ill1inois game October
~18. T he all-important battle with the
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