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TUESbAY, MAY 5. 1927,

vkc~N six TH~ MICHIGAN TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1925






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(Continued from Page One) All-campus single and double sec- Brilliant Miler Out For Season As
(Continue rm Pa Og ond round matches in horseshoes Result of Operation
through short. The rally was brought must be played off by Saturday, May For Tumor
to a sudden close when Wieland was 9, and all scores must be in at the
calledtout on strikes. Intramural office beforedMonday TRACK CHANCES DIMMED
In the fifth Michigan, came back; noon. Menl who have entered in the
strong. Ryrholm singled to center;all-campus Horseshoes will please
ggcall at the office and leav etheir tele- Michigan's Varsity track squad was
field, Dillman singled down the third phone numbers so that we can call hit another hard blow last Saturday
base line and Pucklewartz drew a you in reference to future games. when Grant Hicks, star miler of the
pass advancing 'both of the other run-_ team, was operated on at the niver-
ners. Steger was hit by a pitched ball CLASS BASEBALL sity hospital for a tumor.
and Ryrholm walked in. Cherry, Wal- The first class hard baseball games It is certain that Hicks will not
ter, and Giles then went out in order, are scheduled for Tuesday, May 5th.- participate in any of the dual ineets
retiring the side with the bases full. Soiph. eng. vs. senior lits. at 3:15 o'- this year and highly probable that
In the sixth Bachman drove out aI clock; medics vs. junior eng. at 4:30 he will not be in a condition to con-
Texas leaguer, went to second on Hag- o'clock. Equipment is furnished by pete in the Western Conference meet
gerty's out, and came home on Ryr- the department, on June 5 at Columbus, although
Aw1u's single to left field. The final Wednesday's games are 4 o'clock, there is a bare chance that he may be
Michigan score was made in the soph.lits. vs. senior eng. in shape by that time.
seventh when Pucklewartz singled to IThe loss of this capable miler will
right field, took second on a passed All men participating in the In- be felt much by the Maize and iBlue
ball, and scored on Friedman's hard tramural all-campus tennis and squad as he has shown steady im-
single down the third base line. Mich- horseshoes tournament should call at provement in every race he ran this
igan missed a close chance to score in the Intramural office and give their year. He won th-e mile in the Cornell
the eighth when Ryrhom drew a pass, new telephone number. meet in the fast time of 4:26 9-10. He
stole second, and on Dillman's hit also took first honors in this event at
over third base, attempted to complete Entries in Independent baseball the Ohio relays in 4:28 8-10.
t rcuit, but was tagged out at the close Friday, May 8th. All managers Besides these excellent perform-
plate. I should enter their teams at once. ances in the mile, Hicks ran anchor
SUMMARIES on the four mile relay team composed
Gle AN AB5 1 0 A 2 New York, May 3.--Paul Berlen- of Callahan, Hornberger, Jung and
Bachman, cf.....4 2 160 3 bac, hard hitting New York boxer iimself. tHi ss i e severely
~felt on the squad as he waps one of,
Haggerty, 3hb.......... 0 3 0 6 a heavy j)avorite to score a win over
RyrHgolm, b......4 1 2 0 12 1 Mike MTigue, when the pair meet the most dependable performers on
for st.....4e1ligtheavyweigtchmon-the four mile quartet. This team
illman, ss. .. . ... ..4 1 2 4 0 0f rtelihlevwegtcapio wnatheIloirlysndok
Pucklewartz, rf.. 1 2 1 0 1 0 ship at the Polo grounds on May 29. won at the IlPnois relays and took
third a the Penn relay carniv31.
Steger, if .......1 0 0 0 2 01 The loss of Hicks is the second
Friedman, If....... 2 0 1 0 0 t Madison, N. J., May 3. --Takeiichi great loss that the Wolverines have
Cherry, c........... 4 0 1 2 7 0 1-arada of the Japanese Davis cup suffered in the last two weeks, the
Walters, p......... 3 0 1 2 0 0 team-had his vengeance today when other one being the ineligibility of
- 8-4-- - - -- he defeated Vincent Richards, Amer- Captain Brooker, who was sure of a
3INA 9 14 27 1 ican star, taking the match at 6-3, first place in every meet, with the
WISCONSIN AB R H A PO E 63, 9-7. osbeecpio fte Ilni
Edwards, rf........4 0 0 0 0 -ibeet Even there he would1 befav-i
Ellingston, ss-2b .. 4 0 0 1 3 1 New York, May 3.-The large en- 1 ored as he has the edge on Dean
Tangon, 3b.........4 0 0 1 1 0 try of 267 men for the open golf Brownell as to the number of vic-
Larson, Cf..........4 0 0 0 3 0 lili may force an extraitoiis wo.
Donagon, lf-2b .... 2 0 1 2 4 0 (haifying (ay o, e t ch Pirrell stated that Hicks is
Barnum, c......... 1 0 1 2 (;nqaiyn6aya 2o hr he Cah2arl tae htHcsi
Steen, b......... 0 2 0 tourney will take place. the best miler he has handled since
en, ....... 3 0 2 0 7 0 the days of Eddie Carroll wrho ran
0 0 for Michigan eight years ago.j
Lamboley, If ...... 2 0 0 0 0 0,
Clausen, p ..........4 0 0 3 0 1 50,(W MlQ I E LlTS
*Johnston ..........1 0 0 0 0 0 I
- - - All Sophomore Lits who are { ROPER TO SPEAK
31 0 4 924 -4 trying out for the class base-(
*Batted for Clausen in 9th. ball team should report for Coach W. W. Roper, of Prnce-
Summaries: Struck out by Walters practice at 2:30 o'clock this ton, will seak at 7:30 o'clock
7, by Clausen 5. First base on balls, afternoon on South Ferry field. tomorrow night in room 316 of
off Walters 3, off Clausen 7. Stolen Manager Warrick the Union. All physical duca-
base, Ryrholm. Sacrifice hits, Puckle- j tion students are asked to be
wartz and Walters. Passed ball present.
Barnum. Hit by pitcher. Donagon and ead t COACH HARVEY EMERY.
Steger. Winning pither, Walters. j ea the Want Ad$ _________________
Umpires, Green and Crawford.__
at the Lake House Pavilion
I Whitmore Lake

iger Mentor
{Taktes Charge
Of Grid Squad
After two weeks of strenuous drill
under the local grid coaching staff,
the largest squad of Wolverines that
has reported for springfootball in
lthe history of the University went
ti rough a short drill yesterday with
Coach Bill Roper, builder of the
famous Princeton Tiger foot ball
teams, in charge.
The Princeton coach will have a
squad of Ever 100 men to work witha
daily. The keen interest that was
shown when 109 men reported for the
first day of the spring session is still
being maintained. The average num-
, ber of men that have been attending
the workouts daily varies only five
or six nightly.
Individual work will continue to
I be stressed by the Tiger coach. The
Wolverine coaching staff has been
working for the past two weeks, giv-
ing- special attention to each individ-
utal man in order to uncover any par-,
ticular abilities and faults that the
i nen may have. It was only until last
i Friday that Coach Yost gave the men
any instruction in play formations.
Coach Tad Wieman believes that all
coaches know the play formations of
the game, but have difficulty in get-
ting the individual men to master the
tine points.
Tihe saie kind of work that has fea-
tuied the program thus far will be
continued until the end of the week.
It is planned to hold a few scrim-
mages then, to close the work under
the Princeton coach.
Fresh Track Men
Make Good Marks
( Considering the fact that it was the
first out door trial of the year. the
freshman track swiad made excep-
tionally good marks in the meet held'
I Saturday afternoon.
Cooper made good time in both the
low and high hurdles, and will doubt-
less re-enforce the Varsity next year
along with Captain Sehmeiling, who
is doing well in the -880, and Rus-'
1 lander, who won both the 100 yard
dash and the 220. McLelland also
made a good showing, doing around,
12 feet in the pole vault, and Kelly
did around 5 feet 9 inches in the high
Another trial meet will be held Fri.
day which will include the discus
and hammer throws, and the shot, be-
sides the events that were run off
last Saturday.


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CHANGE DATE OF yet been announced, but entries are
now being received at the Intramural
SWIVAIMMINC MEET office. Any four men may get to-
gether and organize a team, and one
team may enter more than one event.
On account of Swing Out, the all- There will be four length free style
campus swimming meet which was I and breast stroke relays, eight
scheduled for next Thursday has lengths free style andrbreast stroke
been postponed until-*May 14. Entries relays, a medley (backstroke, breast-
are now being taken at the intramur- stroke, and free) style three lengths,
al office for the meet. and an eight widths relay,


Work For Northwesterni Mateh
After Victory Over Ohio
State -


Having won its opening match of
the season, last Saturday against Ohio
State university on the Ann Arbor
Golf club course, Michigan's Varsity
golf team is now practicing diligent-,
ly for the second regular match,
which will take place when the WXol-
verines oppose Northwestern on the,
club course this Saturday.
Last week's match was an easy mat-
ter for the Michigan golfers, who won!
decisively by a 23-1 score. Due to the
strong wind which blew during the
competition, the scores as a whole
were not what was to be expected.
The Buckeye men seemed to be out
of form, probably because they are
at a great disadvantage for playing
facilities at the Ohio institution. They
are now working towards obtaining
a regular university course.
Capt. Mode Holdsworth and Fred
Feeley showed un the best among
the Michigan men. Feeley upset ex-
pectations when he finished with a
better score than Holdsworth, having
a 71 and a 72 while Holdsworth had
a 75 and a 71. Fred Glover, working
with Paige Lehman in the doubles,
carried the burden when he made a
74, while in the singles he did not
(10 so well accounting only for an 80.
Lehman's playing was not up to his
usual form and was probably due to
-his injured left hand.
This week's encounter with North-
western will be the last home match
of the season for the Wolverines. On
May 14 the team plays Illinois at Ur-
Dana and then travels on to Lafayette
where it will oppose Puirdue the next
day. Chicago will oppose Michigan
in the final dual match of the season,
June 12, at Chicago. Inall probabil-1
ity, the Conference meet will be held
in Chicago, June 17-20.
There will nrobably be some change
in the personnel of the Michigan team
for the match with the- Purple, Sat-
urday. The selection of the team
will depend upon the consistency of
the players, their regular attendance
at practice, and the scores turned in
at the close of each day.
Read the Want Ads

tiHere will be 2 5yard breast stroke,
back stroke, and free style races,a50
yard breast stroke, back stroke, and
free style races, a 220 yard free
style, and fancy diving (four dives).
The date of the relay meet has not

Detroit, May 3.-When George Sis-
ler beat out a hit in yesterday's game
it made the 12th consecutive game
that he hit safely in this season.

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