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BICHJSA9N BEATS
NGTREDME 9
(Continued from Page One)
;oing when he singled to left f;
and got to third when Quinlan fa;
- stop Bachman's grounder, Ki
cored on Blott's out, and Hagge
dvanced Bachman to third with
ingle to center. Dillman's sacri
ly scored Bachman but Wilson's V
:etir.ed the side.
After a fruitless fourth inning1
>oth sides Notre Dame came ba
trong in the fifth. With two out
ooked as though the side would
etired scoreless when Veragara f
4 the pitcher. The Irish fiel
tarted things by singling to cen
nd got to third when Dunne knock
ne into the right garden. Dunne
o second when Baker delayedI
hrowing and both runners sco
rhen Nolans left field fly was m
ianWded. Nolan got to second ont
amne play and scored Notre Dam,
fth run when Silver singled to Ie
achman ended the inning by catch;
renw1ergast's fly.
r~ehIan Scores 8 Ini Sevenithi
Michigan's first three batters w
etired in the sixth and only four
otre Dame's batters entered the b
n the same inning. In the seven
ny three of the Irish faced .Sh
mith. Gles started the seventhf
[ichigan by walking, and made th
hen Prendergast failed to han
:ipkle's grouinder properly. Gi
cored and Kipke got to second wh
achman's bounder crossed up '
ish infield. Blott walked and whi
illman put a Texas leaguer just oa
econd Kipke crossed the plate, Bl
coring a moment later.
The Irish were helpless in t
ghth. With two men on base Quinl
as hit by a pitched ball and fill
'e sacks but Kipke's spectacul
Itch spoiled the rally. Coning
it with the score even, Michigan
atsmen started a mauling whichr
ilted in four runs and finally se
uinlan to the showers. Shoesmi
te first man up was out on a h
rounder but Giles had better lu
id got to first when Sheehan fail
iandle his fast roller. The Mic
an second baseman stole second a
nished th'e circuit when Bachm
as safe onthe first baseman's er
nd the catcher muffed the thro
>me. Blotts single to right p
acbman on third and the bases we
Lled when H aggert y drew a pas
illman rose to the emergercy a
nashed a hard one to left field, clea
g the sacks. Wilson drew a pa
it Stang, th'e Notre Dame reli
tcher stopped the rally short wh
e forced Baker to roll out.
Notre Dames final score came wh
owley singled to left and took s
d on Vergara's hit to the same pa
>ming home on Nolans hit over se

I FROSI WINS NITMERALSj
Ix IAJoR SPORTS RI
-j Russel W. Davis, E, is
R one of the ew freshmenthat B GE
hras Won numerals in three
sports, having received themA
in football, 5asketball and base- )ichigaii
ield I balL Davis was one of the fast- To
iled j est quarters on the football .
pke ' squad, played forward on the
rty basketball team, and is now VICTORY F
his catching fori the freshman TIE THI
ice t I baseball squad.
oul With thei
ference han
for igan's Varsi
ack .fcounter W
it game of the
be1 Wolvenes
Fa-1 00A I at Ferry fie
dr -Michigan 1
Hter ELD HEE0OD sion of first
ked . Badgers in c
got .ug ho
ris (Continued from Page One) close on th
red (The University of Illinois will squad in th
th- probably enter but one man, Wallace, ors. "
te's in the hop, step and jump. The Illini A victory
cit had originally planned to enter John- them in a ti
but a win fo
ing son, Kinsey, Brownell, Angier, Schil- virtually gi
dauer, Kinsey, Ayres, Evans, Hall championshi
ere and McKeever, but Coach Harry Gill will not be
of decided to save these men for the Ohio played
ox Conference meet. If they show well lunois and t
nth in the Big Ten clash, they are elig- margn of
oe-I. Should M:
for ible for the Amnierican Olympic squad,' sher n
for ers her, fina
ird The other Conference schools are games won
dle also entering men, two or three com- will finish th
les petitors coming from nearly every won, two l
ien | member of the Big Ten. Besides the they win fr
the ; larger institutions, the small colleges tie games a
en : in Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, M-{iningfotba
ver nesota, Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky lows that t
ott will. be represented. bearing in d
Joie Ray Entered Jablonows
he Perhaps the strongest teams will mound agai
an come from the I. A. C. and the Chi ing Christen
led cago A. A. Between the. two clubs, the Wolveri
lar 52 men are entered. The list in- ler has lost
to cludes "Chesty Joie" Ray, national losing to O
n's champion in the mile and holder of. ing but five
re- the world's indoor record at 4:14 2-5 fine exhibiti
nt in the event, holder of the world's will be held
th, record of 9:08 3-5 in the two mile, Herb Step
ck +(and a former champion in many oth- keep out o1
ed er races, including the half and five Notre Dame
eI mile runs. The two clubs will: also ger, will ta
nd enter such men as Ray Buker, mid. right field,1
an dIe distance star, Roy Watson, who off today.
rr has beaten Ray and who runs the-
o half, mile and two m ile, is est dist "Jimie
nut ance is the hal'. Emil Krogh, miler, quickly.-Ad
ro, Karl Anderson and Ivan Riley, hurd-
ss lers, Harld Osborne sensational per-
+nd former in the high jump as well as
n several other events, Ed Knourek,
ss pole vaulter anid former national -
f hampidn' Hilding ' Hagen,' quarter
en miler, Emerson Norton, all-around
star, Basil Bennett,Tom Lieb, weight
en men, and, Dewey Alberst, high jump- '" Firs
cc- or, complete their entry list.-
cc, Freshmen Entered
c- A number of Coach Hoyt's fresh-
E man team will enter the tryouts. They RUT
F include Stuart and Munz, weight men.
0 Stuart has nut the shot 46 feet, and
0 also throws the hammer, but will
0 probably confine himself to the shot. "THE
1 Munz will enter the shot and discus.
1 Stuart may place in the shot, but W
O both men will have to extend them-
1 slvesnconsiderably to land among
0! the winners. Leschnsky Hester, and
0 Covingtcn will run the glashes, and
- Northrup will try out in the broad
4 jump, pole vault, and javelin throw.
Weeks and Roth will compete in the
E high jump. Another entry from
1 Michigan not on the Varsity squad is
0 Egbert Isbell, Conference champion
1 in the two mile last year. He will
0 run the 3,000 meter race.
2 Hubbard, Hattendorf, Reinke, Smith,
1 Brooker, Leschinsky, Northrup, and
2 Isbell are the Michigan representa-
0 tives who are most likely to land
1 places..
81
SC II LAFiPR IZZI CHOSEN

ne, LEADER OF ILLINI TEAM
by L. B. Schlapprizzi, star second-
by sacker for the Illini for the past
Id two seasons, was elected captain
e- of the 1925 baseball nine at aI
s banquet held recently for the I
;h members of the team.

1Y TO ENGAGEi
R TOJMRROW
.ust Defeat Wisconsin
Stay ie First
Place
'OR BAIGERS WILL
EM WITl! 01110 STATE 1

Eastern leader, to the limit before
fiT MET1j losing out 6-4, 5-7, 6-3. In the next
Ynii~I I LMichigan came into her own when
rae pulled through for a 6-4, 6-3
s win over Benjamin, who put up a
L E T L A Eteady defense of the Wolverine
-star.

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r final rating in the Con-
ging in the balance, Mich-
ty baseball nine will en-
isconsin in the closing
Big Ten schedule for the
at 3:30 o'clock tomorrow1
ld.
holds undisputed posses-
place but must defeat the
order to finish in the topa
State and Wisconsin are
e heels of Coach Fisher's
le battle for titular hon-
for the Badgers will place
e for first with Ohio State,
r Michigan tomorrow will
ve the Wolverines the
p, although the differehce
noticed in the averages.
one tie game with Il-
his game may prove the
Michigan over Ohio State.
ichigan defeat the Badg-
al standing will be ,eight
and two lost, while Ohio
e season with eight games
ost and one tied, should
om Chicago twice. Sincej
re considered in deterpu-
.ll championships, it fol-
hey should also have a
eciding baseball titles.
ki is slated to take the
nst the Badgers, oppos-
son, who is sure to face
nes. The Wolverine twir-
but one game all season,
io State although allow-
hits, and should give a.
on. Benson and Stryker
in reserve.
ger, who was forced to
f yesterday's game with
because of a broken fin-
ke his regular place in
the splints being taken
he adtaker" sellf anything,
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Michigan's Varsity tennis team fell
before the brilliant attack of Col-
gate's court squad yesterday after-
noon at the Ferry field courts and
came out on the wrong side of a 6-41
score.
Colgate's steadiness and powerful
offensive play proved no match for
the Wolverines and with the excep-
tion of the one singles and one doubles
match which Michigan won, the East-
ern netmen displayed a brand of ten-
nis that was well nigh unbeatable.
Crane was the lone Wolverine to
crash through for a victory in the
singles matches. In disposing of Ben-j
janmi, the Colgate representative,
Crane brought to the fore all he had
and put up the best exhibition of the
afternoon.

Varsity Wins One Doubles
Colgate ran off with the first doubl-
es match when Young and Rockefel-
ler took the measure of Captain Ror-
ich and Brick 4-6, 6-3, 6-3. Errors inI
this match went a long way toward
helping Colgate and Brick seemed to
be affected by the chill in the air
and his errors coupled with the speed
of the Colgate attack brought anoth-
er defeat 'into the Michigan camp.
The last tilt of the afternoon saw
Hodgman and Vose break through for
a 4-6, 7-5, 6-1 win in a long drawn
out match.
This afternoon at the Ferry field
courts, Michigan will encounter the
strong Iowa squad of racquet wield-
ers. Iowa is led this year by Captain
Swenson, one of the best tennis play-
ers in Conference circles. Swenson
pairing with Lutz, who will also rep-
resent the Hawkeyes this afternoon,
crashed through to the finals in the
recent Conference championships at
Chicago and these men form the nuc-
leus of a most formidable squad.
Michigan will undoubtedly line up
the same as in yesterday's matches.
Tomorrow Ohio comes to Ann Ar-
bor to meet the Wolverines in the
final match of, the season.

'Michigan Matman
Defeated In N Y.
Phillips, '27, who survivedl the first
two rounds of competition tn the
Olympic tryouts held at New York
City, was defeated by Adele, of An-
napolis, in his third match on a de-
cision.
Martin, a former Vanderbilt star,
won the All-campus tennis chain-
pionship by defeating King in three
sets, 6-0, 6-4, 6-4.
Martin, the All-campus champion,
paired with Olian, a freshman, de-
feated McKight-Hartwood in the fin-
als of the All-campus doubles..
Theta Chi won the fraternity ten-
nis title by defeating Beta Theta Pi,
in the final round of competition.
Wolfenden, Theta Chi, decided the
match by winning the singles, after
each team had won one set in the
doubles.
What is the longest consecutive
playing streak in the major leagues
terminated last .Sundlav when Aaron

VARYGOLF TEM TO
Michigan's Varsity golf team A
face Northwestern university's go
ers in the final home matches of
season tomorrow. According to
present arrangements, the twosor
will be played off in the morning I
the foursomes will be contested in
afternoon.
Alsterland, Heppes, Skaer and L
son will compose the quartet from
Evanston school. Captain Hugh Sm
Quirk, Broderick and Crosby will r
resent Michigan in the matches.
News comes from Helsingfors, F
land, that in the elimination comp
ition for the coming Olympic gam
at Paris, Willie Ritola, who w
there from America to run as a me
ber of the Finnish Olympic team,
tablished a new world's record
the 10,000 meters, covering the di
ance in 30 minutes, 25 2-5 seconds
heavy rain was falling during
time. Ritola is attached to the F
nish-American A. C. in this co
try.
Z'raternity tennis should be pla
off immediately.

Young Beats Ronich
The first match brought Captain
Rorich, the Maize and Blue pilot,
against Young, the Maroon premier
player. Rorich played his usual
steady game but Young, combining
Rorich's steadiness with a bewilder-
ing variety of his own strokes, crash-
ed througi for a 6-3, 6-4 win. In the
sedond match of the a ternoon Erniel
Brick of Michigan, pro el no match
for Rockefeller the Colgate nunber
two man. Rockefeller had things his
own way throughout most of the
match and pulled through for a 6-0,
6-2 victory taking advantage of
Brick's unusual erratic play and poor
placements.
Hodgman, playing three for Mich-
igan played excellent tennis and forc-
ed his opponent, Captain Devine, the
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Ward, second baseman of the New-
Betsy Barbour Wins York Yankees, was prevented from
Betsy Barbour won the champion- playing by injuries received recently.
ship game of the interhouse series Up until Sunday Ward had taken part
yesterday by vanquishing Kappa Del- in 552 straight games beginning July
ta sorority. 5-2. 11, 1920.
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