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THE' MICHIGAN DAILY

TIII'UZ 'DAV, _ATAY

PAGID 81X THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1925

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MANY ENTERED -IN
OHIO STATE MEETj
x ith 'Jentji WHilDraw Ma iiiStrength
From iA 1Few I1141 ii dnail
P~erformers
GUT HRIE, SNYDER STARS
Every 'man who has a possible
chance for a place will be used by
Coach Farrell in the Ohio State dual
meet Saturdla~ at Ferry field.
This will give the Michigan mentor
a line on all the material on theI
:-qutad which will aid him in picking
the men who are to meet the strong
Illinois team on May 16 at Urbana.
Over forty Wolverines are entered in
the various events on Saturday, but
of these there are only fifteen con-
sistent point winners in their events.1
Ohio State will also be forced to de-I
pend on their individual stars as
their team is not well balanced in all
departments of the sport.
. The Buckeyes main stars are Cap-
tain Larry Snider and Guthrie, bothf
of them being hurdlers, although
they are able performers in other
lines. Both of these men clear six
feet in the high jump and Snider is
also a broad juniper of merit,.lie
placed second in this event at the
Penn relays with a leap of 23 feetj
7-8 of an inch. Another good per-,
former on the Buckeye squad is Ar-
nold who won the mile at the indoor
Conference meet. In Kennedy, a
8oIhomore two railer, Ohio has an'
abhle lperformer in this event a zidI le
canl be counted on to make a. t.ood4
showing hi the meet Sat rd Cay.
Ohio's entries for the meet are as
follows~ 1l00)yardl dash--Irwin,
Zaenglein, Russ, Kennedy, Kukelcik..
220 yard dash-Irwin, Russ, IKen-
nedy, Wilson, Amos, Kukeleik. 4401
yard dash-Waid, Brown, Russ,
Rogers, Wilson, Kuelcik. 880 yard
run-Ross, Hlornstein, Madden, Noble,
Ferguson, York. Mile run--Arnold,
Wt :I VNTI

Black, Piper, Gammie, Weller, Ken-
nedy, Edgar. Two Mile run-Kings-
bury, Kennedy, Loomis, Black, Edgar,
Fisher.
120 Yardl high hurdles-Guthrie,
,Snider, Wilson, Vandergrift. 220 low
fhurdles-Snider, Guthrie, Wilson,t
Vandergrift, Irwin. High jump-
Onthrie, Snider, Rossman, Woerlin.
Pole vault-Cole, Kramer.
Broad ;jump- Snider, Guthrie,
I Kukeleik, Russ, Woerlin. Shot put-
Murphy, Zeigler, Cunningham, Mo-
Carthy. Ilammer-Bunker, Murphy,
Zaunglein, Gabalcu. Discus-Murphy,1
McCarthy, Zeigler, Cunningham, Wil-
soan. Javelin-Galim, Grust, Ahun
Wilson,
Big Ten Standing

i'MICH ISAN NETMEN VARSITY NINE TO
LEVEFOR IOWA MET NW FR'IDAY
W(lverhiies Wihl ll Atempt Comieback lWiiriiiii's Loss Offset lhyPofii'n ofl
Against Ilawkeves After [1 Wilson raid l oemiain; ltyrlhlmii
Olio iDefeat iWill PliyShort;

Oppo6nents A re
Eager To Meet
IMichigan Nine

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.j (Special to the Daily)
FEvanston, Ill., May 6.-Coach Mur-
ray Bent sent, his charges through a

~MEET MLLINI SATURDAY
M2ichigan's Varsity tennis team,
which was decisively defeated Mlon-
day lby the Ohio State netmen,
leaves this afternoon to regain its
laurels in a match with University

-~of Iowa at Iowa City, tomorrow.
W, L. pct3 Leaving Iowa City directly after the
Ohio State ..........4 0 1.0U match, the Wolverines will engage
Ilowva................4 1 .8100 the Illinois racqueteers in a (Inal
Illinois 4i 80 math of Saturday, at Urbana.
Indiana ... . .........3 1' .750 I "Bob" Angell of the sociology (IC-
Chicago.......2 2 .591 Jpartnient, who has been directing the
Michigan ............1 1 r50() team, 'has selected the same five mlen
Nor thwestern ....2 4 .3 to represent Michigan in these two
Wisconsin......1 3 .250! matches as in the previous ones.
Minnesota...... 000 Ihese men are Capt.. Crane, Jerome,I
PurdIue........... ;5 000 Krickbaum, Vose and Elliott.
Last Monday's match with 0. S. U.,
Wit for ~ fveteas payng x-was very much of a, disappointment
t' it'furorfie eas payngex Ito the Michigan team, although it
cellent ball, the Western <(onference was p~reviously known that the B~uck-
baseball ,title race may be subject eye netmen were exceptionally good
to some of the many upsets that fea- M payers. ThYeir superiority was very
tu red the pazst football and basketball J evident when they defeated the Wol-
Sea ons.verines in every match except. one,
The pennanit race tightened up Vose being the only Michigan man
cons i(eralbly when the Illini advalc- to win his singles.
edI into a tie for second p~lace by de- Light practice was held yesterday
feati ng the Wolverines in their op~en.- for the regular team, whiile. the re-
ing game Saturday. The Suckers won" serves had the customary workout on
from the l-awkeyes in the first meet- the cement courts at Ferny Field.
ing bet ween the two teams, but lost a; The Varsity men wilt return to Annl
(cl0Se ofltest in the. second ganie Arbor immediately after Saturday's
played at Iowa City. The first strong match in order to he in good condi-
opposit ion that the IIlini will face ft r tion for the match here with C'hicago
a couple of weeks will be the p~resent onl Monday.
1 Conference leadlers. Illinois should
have little trouble in defeating theMa o n an th Ho s e , t e n xtS R N ID E W L
two games on the Suckers' schedule. J PI ROESWL
Ohio still retains the leads by virtueaUfLiAflD SCIUMO29CET00Ii
1 of its four victories and no defeats. IU UIIII~lL IUl
f'he Buckeyes have won twoea~syI

! long drill this afternoon in prepara-
PLAY WISCONSIN NEXT tion for the game with Michigan on
Friday, and the contest with Iowa onI
? M ci a ' ch n e of p ti g h rIS tr a.two week-end basehall games on the Although the Northwestern nine
right side of the ledger were 'consid- I show~ed a temporary reversal of form
erahily heightened yesterday when iti in winning from, Minnesota, they
were back in their old rut last Sat-
was announcedl that Wilson and Cole- urday when they lost to Indiana, I4-
man, who have been out of the lineup 2 .' Although Kirchoff and Mills
duec to illnless., would be ablhe to play pitchled well, weak hitting and nuna-
in the twames against Northwestern e~oils errors provedl disastrous to the
and WVisconsin. Purple nine.
Coleman has not played since the' Some dhakeups may appear before
Michigan State game, and XNilson wasI Saturday, hut if the regulars. show as
unable to take part in the WisconsinI much willingniess in the game that
game last Monday. ithrey did 'in litactice this afternoon
The condition of Captain Dillman the team will remain intact. Against
was epoted s uchaned estedayMichigan, if piresent indications hold,
wateon, asutnisamostyecera ethe team will' line up with Seidel at
willrnotnlayd inthesnexot ctwamesefirst base, Solheimn at second, Christ-
wil no rlayinthenex to gme, 1 man at short, and Smith at third. In
vines'ch vestle utilymantheand- the outfield Cohn will be in the left
veries'veratie uiliy mn ad Ipasture, with .Janetz in center, and
heavy hitter, will be shifted to short-!i White playing right field. Ellis will
stop' !do the receiving with, Schulz, who
Coach Fishier announced the team wnaantMneoa on h
wil eFeorsteen ment~il e takeno-hurling for the Purple squad.
night. 'orente ilb ae Madison, Wis.,. May G.--Although
including four hurler., two catchers, the Badger's nine wats defeated deC-
the r egutlar infield and outfield, and: cisively in Anit Arbor last Monday,I
one utility nman. The names of those' the players feel assured that the
ntaiiig the tri will b announced tables will lie turned when the Wol-
toddy.; vernes p~lay here May 9. Clausen,
According to advance informiationI one of. the aces of the Badger pitch-1
he wkeek:-en.d gaines should not pr~ove ing sta ff, was unable to hit his
dlifficult, as Northtwestern has wont str'ide against Michigan and re-1
two .gaines and lost, twcice thlit num- ceived only mrediocre suapport.. This
ber, while the Badgers were easily l ast fact was largely due to the pooi.
ilisposed of by the Wolverines last+ condition of the p~layinig field as ;a

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Monday.i
If the Maize and Blue triumph inI
both games, it will elevate them con-
;id erably in the Conference race, and
should they lose one of the games, it
wouldl virtually elinminate them from
any considerations for the champion-
ship.

result of the heavy rains.
jThis defeat was especially unex-
p~ectedl as the home players had held
the Ohio aggregation, the leaders of
the Conference race, to a low score
the preceding week and only lost out
by a margin of 2 runs on some hard
breaks. On Saturday Shrenk is ex-
pected to handle the hurling. If he

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horseshoes touarnament shaould call at: against the Wolverines.
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