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with Chicago a close second. If ti
Illini upset Ohio 'today, Chicago w:

take the lead whether she losesc
(Continued from Page One) not. Th-e standing is:
Michigan's revamped lineup, withW
.Coleman, Froemke, and Pucklewartz Ohio State................4
in the outfield and Rhylom at Captain Chicao....................4
Dillman's place at short, displayed in- Iowa............... . . . 5
creased offensive strength, while Puc- Iliia
klewartz contributed the fielding fea- Illinois 4
ture of the day when he snared Racey's Michigan................3
deep fly in the fourth inning. Froemke Wisconsin2................2
also made a pretty catch on Foote in Minnesota.................2
the eighth when he came in to take Northwestern........ . 2
his fly off the grass after a hard run. Purdue ....................1
Each team made a double play, the
Gophers getting theirs in the second
frame when Foote caught Giles' fly "
and threw to Smith doubling Walter
off first. Michigan's infield contrib-3
uted a fast play in the seventh, Hag-
gerty starting it by taking Clark's-
grounder. He threw to Giles who
touched second to force Hall, and ALL CAMPUS HORSESHOES'
then completed the killing by getting The following must be played o
the ball to Wilson ahead of Clark. by Monday, May 18, and have the
Today's game will start at 2:30 o'-! scores in by 5:30 o'lock of the sam
clock. The probable pitchers will be day: Pekkala 6071 vs. Goldberg 3936
Jablonowski and Guzy. L. Eisenberg 4752 vs. Norton 21237.
MINNESOTA Tie following doubles matche
AB R H O A E Ijmust be played off and the score
Foote, 2b..........5 0 1 2 1 0 turned in at the office by 5:30 o
Guzy, If...........5 0 1 1 0 0 clock, Friday, May 15, or they wi
Ascher, ss....:.....* 1 1 0 3 0 1be dropped from the tournament
Christgau, rf.......4 0 0 0 0 0 Merrick and Sack vs. Cannon an
Racey, c ..........3 0 0 7 2 1 1 Donahue 4148; Greenbaum and par
Smith, lb...........4 1 1 8 1 0 ner 3936 vs. Stein and Levy 3540
Mason, 2b..........3 1 1 3 2 2 Wright and Schoettle 9817 vs. Norto
Hall, 3b ...........3 1 0 3 0 0 and Pekkala 6071.
Emerson, p..........20 1 0 0 01
Clark, p ...........1 0 0 0 1 1 OUTDOOR TRACK MEET ON
Stephens*......... 0 0 0 0 0 0 FERRY FIELD
~-~~~-~ The interfraternity meet will b
Totals........ .... 4 6 24 10 4 held this morning at 9:30 o
)IICIIGAY clock. The list of events will be 10
AB R H O A E yard dash, 440, 880 and one mile run:
Qiles, 2b...........5 0 2 4 2 1 broad jump, high jump, shot put, 22
Froemke, 2b .......4 1 1 3 0 0 low hurdles and 120 high hurdles.
Haggerty, 3b.......5 2 1 5 3 1
Ryrh'olm, ss ........4 0 1 0 3 1 TENNIS
Coleman, If ........5 1 3 1 0 0 The following tennis matche
Pucklewartz, cf .....22 2 4 0 0 should be played off by this eve
Wilson, lb.........3 1 0 8 0 0 ning: Singles-Finkleman 9024 vs
Cherry, c..........3.1 1 2 1 1 Greenspan 3582; Segal 3540 vs. Wilco
Walter, p..........4 1 2 0 2 0 21727 'Marshal.1 61.7 Srimc 9449

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1 li u JHave Von Six Thtcle Louisville, Ky., May 15.- Churchill Fr (lvr Sinks 0 Foot Putt
L Out of Eight Played This Downs, the setting of the Kentucky (hi as mNletoWi
Season Derby since the inaugural of that race.Iatcl-
in 1875, will be the scene of the 51st
FVE MEN MAKE TRIP thoroughbred classic tomorrow when HOLDSWORTH STARS
3 the fastest colts of the year- will clash __
2 Michigan's Varsity tennis team ar over the one and one-quarter mile Michigan's golf team added anoth-
4 rived in Ithaca, N. Y., early this morn- course er win to its list of consecutive vic-
ing where it will oppose the Cornell Louisville is thronged with turf fans tories when it defeate the stron
6 netmen in a dual match there this af- from all over the country, and special Illinois golf squad 15-9 in a dual
6 ternoon. The Red and White team trains are hourly depositing more en- match at Urba Thursa.
6 hs;sswh ilmomthahusns thatmenrball hd oadan
boasts of some excellent players this;thusiasts who will form the thousands s
year and ought to afford the Wolver- at the rail tomorrow. Chicago alone tage and deserve credit for the win
ines some strong opposition. will have 20,000 spectators at the races,ince the match was played on a for-
Michigan's five-mai team is made !and the other cities of the Middle West 5i1nC
up of the following men, playing 1 are expected to be represented with al- n tee lrini winkste fur-
up b , plyingin- nished' the Wolverines with the most
the order named,: Jerome, Capt. most as large delegations . severe competition .of the present
FToday found the colts entered in the sao, Te Mcia genne
Crane, Krickbaum, Vose and Elliott. event and their jockeys resting season. The Michigan greensmen
All these men have borne the brunt up have, now turned in 3 wins in as
of the burden in the six victories out myfr the annual affair which carries i starts. Holdsworth and his
ff of the eight matches played so far with it as a prize the highest honors men now bid fair to capture the Con-
or this season and will undoubtedly rep- in turfdom. In addition to the glory ference team honors from the Ma-
ir~~~~~~~~~ thstaonadwl u bbedyrp e derived from a victory in the1
Ie resent Michigan admirably in today's to y roon squad. Holdsworth, Michigan's
6; match. J Derby, the purses for the past few captain, and-
The Cornell team will probably le years have run well over $50,000 each. dividual title holder, should have
es composed of Capt. Stein, Garretson, Quatrain continues to reign favorite little difficulty in leading the field
s Devine, Bright and Ince. Thus far with the horse experts here today. Add for the coming year.
"- this season, Capt. Stein has displayed ed incentive for backing him has re- Holdsworth started things off in
II the best form and will undoubtedly sulted from the insistent rumor that the right direction by capturing the
: be Jerome's opponent in the number !Earl Sande, America's best jockey, may first match of the day from Hiumph-
d on mach.oppnen intheride him in the race. According to!
rcg one match. r Aoin- t reys, Illinois' leader. Feeley, second
t Returning from Ithaca on Sund ay, repor ts, Jockey Breuning, who is unman fell a victim to the Illini, but
; the Maize and Blue racque -wielders der contract to ride the favorite, will Lehman , and Glover both came
n will keep up consistent practice in relinquish his right to the mount for through in fine style winning from
preparation for the Western Confer- $2,000. In spite of the stores that Hunt and Kundstadter, respectively.
ence tournament which takes place in have flowns about for several days, In the doubles matches, Humphreys
Chicago, May 21-23. nothing definite has been announced and Tewksberry, of the opposing ag-
Thursday's 4-2 defeat at the hands regarding Quatrain's rider, and any gregation, defeated Holdsworth and
of the Oklahoma netmen has spurred switch that is made will probably come Feeley by a large margin. Michigan
' the Wolverines on to make a strong shortly before the race. scored a win in the other doubles
0 finish for the remainder of the spring The exact field for the event has not match when Lehman and Glover
sseason. After the Conference tourna- been decided upon, but it is expected came out ahead of Hunt and Kund-
0 ment, only two more dual matches that from 25 to 30 colts will be en-- stadter. This match was the feature
remain on the Michigan schedule, one Iered- of the entire contest. Glover sunk
of which is a match with Northwest- a perfect putt on the 18th green from
ern at Evanston May 25, and the month of the 1923 campaign and a distance of 30 feet and cinched the
s other a home match with Wisconsin F threatened his permanent retirement. match.
May 30. Ile was not troubled again until last This victory over the Illini is the
. week, when he twisted it. He twisted (greatest achivenuent of the Ann Ar-
x j it again Wednesday and yesterday it bor squad this season and at the
troubled hime so much hue did not put present rate they should find little
s UPIKIEI 1 1 U T on a uniform. He left last night for difficulty in annexing tire Conference
iRochester, N. Y., to seek treatment. teaum and individual titles.
U1 1AM[ W IIJul! Chicago, Ill., May 15.--Joie Ray
1 will not run against Paavo Nurmi in
Cleveland, May 15.-Manager Tris jthe IHarvalrd stadium May 22, ac-NOWA
- Speaker of the Cleveland Indians, is carding to an announcement -madeNHr
aout of the game indefinitely with an yesterday by Charles A. Dean, man-CAP NIGHT
injured knee, the same knee which ager of the Illinois Athletic club
kept him out of the lineup the last track team. F IS PASSED

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More Than 40 Schools Enter -
Interscholastic Track Meet
More than forty schools have al- Whitlock of Danville, Illiuto, ;
ready sent in their entries for the out for the meet and javeiu record.
twenty-fifth Interscholastic meet He broke the meet record last yer
which will be held here the week end when he won his event with a heave
of 161 feet, 4 1-2 inches. He has a!-
of Ma 22,23. ready thrown the spear 185 feet ini
The list includes aggregations rep- dual meets this year and will try for
resenting four states of the Middle the national mark of 184 feet, 9 1.
West. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, which inches when he appears here
on thme umeet last year, has cutered Potter of Coldwater will try for the
a team and has hopes of again cap-1one mile record. He won the event
turing first place. The Danville, last year in 4 minutes, 38 seconds
Illinois, team which placed fourth lastan eassin 4 vmnut eomt,
year is also out for first place. De-
troit Northwestern has a strong squad Carson. of Detroit Northwestern
entered and hopes to repeat her per- will try for a new shot put record.
r nedo Waite ad Scott wil represet In the first annual indoor interscho-
Oldo in the contest. illastic meet held here March 21, e
Ahioin te recntestt.twon the w eight event with a he ve
Advance predictions have it thaata of 47 feet, 4 3-4 inches.
number of records will fall this Yea f'4rfe,. -4ichs

Olmstead of Victoria, Illinois, win-
ner of the high jump in the National
Interscholastics last year, has en-
tered the meet and will attempt to
break the meet and national record
in his event. The national record is l
6 feet, 3 5-8 inches, and as he has
continually been credited with 6 feet,
2 inches, it seems probable that the
national mark may fall.

BIG TEN GAMES TODAY
F Iowa at Chicago.
Purdue at Indiana.
hio State at Illinois.
Northwestern at Wisconsin.
'Minnesota at Michigan.

WALK-OVER'S FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY
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Totals ............35 9
*Ran for Clark in ninth.

13 27 11

Minnesota ...........000 001 003-
Michigan............ 100 512 000-
Pitching Summary: Hits off Eme
son, 8 in four innings; off Clark,
in four innings. Home run, Ash
Three base hit, Mason. Two base hi
Walter, Struck out by Emerson,
Clark 3, Walter 2. Double play
Foote to Smith; Haggerty to Giles
Wilson. Bases on ball8, off Emerso
2, Clark 1, Walter 4. Hit by pitch(
Mason (by Walter). Umpires Green
and Crawford. Attendance 5,00
Weather perfect.
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SIDEL IGHTS
In the sixth inning when As"er h
a -home run off Walter it was th
first earned run scored off him th
season, and counting the Michiga
State game it is the fourth game h
has won this year.
Walter pitched only ten balls in th
first inning, Foote hit the first onet
the infield for an out, and Guzy d
the same to the second, while it too
8 pitched ball to dispose of Asher.

;1 £ 0 t atsuall OuD / fvs. s11 S Jrtsj
Small 7973 vs. Thomas 8217; Lazaru
4 5671 vs. Wolfenden 3818.
Doubles-Stein and Felix 3642 vs
-4 Vedder and Koch 7022; Phelps an(
-9 Boland 21917 vs. Wolfenden and 01
er- 3818.
5 Fraternity-Theta Xi vs. Sigma Al
er. pha Mu; Delta Upsilon vs. Beta Thet
it, Pi; Phi Mu Alpha vs. Phi Sigma Del
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to jWinners in the all-campus swim-
Oin ming meet should call at the Intra-
er, mural office for their awards immed-
ne iately. The winners are: Aldrich,1
00" Patterson, 011, Maveety, Power, Ant-
zak, and Louber.
CLASS BASEBALL Joy SUper
Following is the list of the remain-
ing class baseball games: Monday,
it May48, 4:30 o'clock--Medics vs. Dents;
he Tuesday, 4 o'clock- Sophomore eng- ! lave you experien
s ineers vs. Sophomore lits; Wednesday,
an Junior engineers play the Dents if the paddling a canoe on
he Dents win ltheir game Monday. The
winner of Tuesday's game and the River? Take the fir
winner of Wednesday's will meet in thel
he final Thursday. Because of the short- your young lady f
to 'ness of time, no excuses will be ac-
id cepted for a team not appearing when experience. We hay
k they have a game scheduled. n - -ia- -nn

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FRATERNITY BASEBALLA
Giles got the first it of time game, The following teams have won their
when hue drove one by Hall. the a
Gopher third baseman. He went all leagues inbaseball; Phi Chi, sigma
the way to third on the second base- Alpha Mu, DeltaUpsilon, Sigma Phi,
man's error, and then was caught off Phi Sigma Kappa, Delta Sigma Phi,
the tag. Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Lambda Kap-
pa, Delta Sigma Delta, Tau Delta Phi,
On Coleman's hit in the first, Hag- Beta Theta Pi.
gerty attempted to reach home andI The following games in the elihma-
for minute it looked like he would tion series are scheduled for Monday,
be caught between home and third, May 18: 4:15 o'clock-Diamond 3,
but by clever foot work (probably Sigma Alpha Mu vs. Delta Upsilon;
his basketball training) he dodged 5:15 o'clock-diamond 1, Beta Theta'
safely back to third. Pi vs. Phi Chi; diamond 2, Delta Kap-
(Continued on Page Seven)

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position,, he brought Walter out of a
hole, by a leaping catch of Mason's
foul fly in front of the Minnesota;= = Geep cool COnu n
dulgout.ef
Coach Fisher thinks Pucklewartz I = warmn days witha -
is an excellent fielder, so does every-
one else, who saw him stop a sure C u
triple- when he took Racey's fly on a
dead run in tie third frame. -;
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Before the fifth inning started, f
Coach Yost walked across the dia-- Protect your food by using a Triumph
mond to the Michigan dugout. The yo ur
crowd applauded, and the "old man" -Refrigerator in all Sizes
tipped; his hat. - _ -'
Froemke brought back memories of !=- =2Save your Garden Hose by winding it
Harry Kipke, in the eighth when he - -Vco.oe- I
caught Foote's fly at his shoetops, on a Victor Hose Reel=
rolled over twice, and then landed on
his feet.
Our stock of Lawn Mowers is complete. -
Leo liartnett, star catcher of the
Chicago Cubs, is leading the home
run hitters in- both the major leagues-_
with nine circuit drives.
Williams, heavy hitting outfielder - State St. Hardw are

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