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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, MAY 19,'1925

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TRACK TEAM NTEOTYVICOY

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Big Ten Lead NET TEAM WORKING BASEBALL 1SQUAD
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Haggerty Leads Graduating
Stars By Winning Six "MV's"

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1lichig-an's Varsity sports wxiii lose

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HIQH WIND HANDICAP

The haughty Iliiii, victorious ovr'
Mchigan in more than half of Ithe
dual track meet; which the two
schools have held,_ took a heavy tum-
ble Saturday afternoon when the
Wolverines won their encounter at
Urbana, 69 1-3 to 65 2-3. Eleven first
places won the meet for 1Micigan,
the Suckers scoring heavily in prac-
tically every event by virtue of their
ability to take second andl third
places.
Michigan's victory came at the end
of at greater struggle than had been
expected and only the ability of the
Wolverines to overcome odds in the
last few events cinched the winning
points. Illinois, by virtue of slam-
ming in the mile run and both
hurdles was lading 'Michigan 40-23
at the end of the low hurdle race and
with oly the discus, hanmmer, broad
jump, and pole vault to be run off
Michigan was still 10 points behind.
Then camne the discus throw with
nine points for Michigan and the
halmmer throw gave Michigan another
point advantage, making the score
58 2-3 to 58 1-3, in favor of the Suck-
rs. About this time Harry Gill be-
gan to act extremely nervous. Stve
Farrell began to see light.
The broad jumpl andl the pole vault
were expcted to give each team an
equal number of points. Hubbard
was conceded a first place and pro-
ceded to take it with a jump of 25
feet 1 1-4 inches. Northrup was
conceded a third place and took it.
The score was then 64 1-3 for Michi-
gan and 61 2-3 for Illinois. The pole
vault, the only other event to be run
off, was expected to go to Brownell of
Illinois with Northrup of Michigan
fighting for a second. Had Brownell
taken a first and Northrup second,
Michigan wouldl have lost the meet by
1-3 of a point. BIut Brownell failed
to clear 12 feet even and Phil North-
rup sailed over 12 feet 6 inches with-
out failing at a single height n the
way. There was a terrific wind
blowing 'against the vaulters as they
came.(down the runway and the only
Illinois vaulter who was still in the
r° running, with oq Ctry left at 12 feet
6 inches, failed to clear the bar by
more than a foot. So Michigan took
five points and Illinois four and the
meet was won by less than four
p~oints.
The stiff wind which swept the
field for the entire period of the
meet prevented any record breaking
in the track events but DleHart H~ab-
bard and Phil- Northrup gave theO
spectators a few- thrills in the broad
jump andl the javelin throw. Hubbard
jumped 25 feet 1 1-4 inches and
Northrup set an individula recordl
with a throw of 200 feet 5 inches. It
was the farthest that anyone hal
ever broad jumped on the Illinoisf
field and Angers. American record
holder, was the only one who ever
put the javelin farther than 200 feet:
at Illinois before Northrup made hisj
advent. Northrup was the high sco-
cr of the day with firsts in the javelinI
throw andl pole vault and a thirid in
the broad jump. Ie might have had
a second place in the broad jiup bad
lie not stppedl over the toe mark on
his best ,jump, better than 23 feet.
Mlichigan's failure to win as decis-
ively as had been anticipated caie to
a large extent from the failure of the
nlcrs to prevent a shutout. This in
turn was due to a turn of Fate. Ted
llornberger who had ben expected
to take a first or second left Ann fir-1
bor' in good condition Friday morning
but had no sooner boarded the train

__________________________________________18 111(11who have received( two letters
andt Carlton Wells, twxice Ylichiian. jl~C ~lles Pra('iVQ AIIer('(lose lefeaf 11 lverines Iesanie PIlddice Ail r moeian oespr.Ftbl
stat chmpio, a Hans o ConellI~ II SlitiiiSi~ii(~1ort wllree ix mey no"sport. Footblrl
:saecaL~in have turned iii bet-;ahadofCrelvn piinSisAY,
ter' perforinances this year thrlin at Satrday! Gophers .dil iu5C)L
" is next with five, the cinder squad
anly time in Le past. - will also lose five men and minor
The team now stands far above the TO LEAVE TO)MORROW MAKES GOOD SIUO WING sorts will lose three.
remnainder of its Conflerence, rivals. -- eorge laggerty is the senior this
ALIL CAMPUS HO(RSESHOES Michigan's representatives have kept \\lite etrnC frnc o- CahRyFsersVstybeal year who has won mroe Varsity let-
Thefolowng oubesmathesmuta clean slate throughout the season nainent only two days aTway. Michigan's squad went through a light workout tes than any other, having six to his
be phiyed off by 5 o'clock tomorrow, 01' aimdl have particip~ated in more Fast ensta sJrciigdi-ysedyatronfloigte~ crdit. 1-agerty has played baseball
tilie contestants will 1,' dropped from nmatche's than any of the comipetitors. igen ily everv afternoon onl the V'ar-lies Fia n audyvihlin_ n aktalfrtresaos
the tournament: Meirick andl Sack By .virtue of the vitories scored st cuts tFrr ield. The WFridta aP1y anieStdayomrwith tine-yS a ." > Iigl aeitballe bfor te esons.
.4818 'VS. (Greenbaum iand partner 3936i. over Illinois and Purdue, illichigan vrn3sffrat hardebreak wo-nsta paFys- feld. tomorrow tlii'"i rgeityd hmeberce i pia tookas N p
1lDiener andl (host 6'17 vs. Norton and h las won four'smatches and(lbut one( they werce nosed out in. their match Although the indecisive outome of! Orleans and while at the Warren
Pekkala 6071. Conference matchm remains to be ~hteCl1elreleeush a-t~ w it vt h o)e' la Easton :High School there lie xwon six
These singles nmatclhes inust als;o be played. This victory onl the roa(Id V tIhc,1 - soe ial nce teWleie u fYrsity letters, two each in basket-
1played off' by the samie time, or theyI trip wxas very notexworthy as b)thtbalbsellndrck Ho vr
will also be (dropped from the tourna- ;courses were entirely foreign to te I h onl nthteMcia h eftheheCofeene h in-balbeallgnd track.uttoxyevr
netlmenl won three out of the five sing- ponship, the showing of the team was xhnehagoeerbutw yas
i ment : Pekkala 6071 vs. Marsh 36157.1 home players and the trip itself was anything pilni ndetee
OS amnd enter'ed the doubles competit ion ay n but unsatisfactory.hemvdtYpiaian etrd
Charter 6674 vs. Norton 21237. strenmuouis. The .IllinI hadi a I eaui re- the favorites, Elliott and Captain iInl the game Friday, Michigan's club Yp~silanti Central High School."In his
plt ihveterans and w'e X-CaebigteolMazanBlepprnlotcasdisivsintwo years at this institution he won
1LE'NETBASEBALL I p ectedw to cop the honors.weee-CalebigteolMazanBuepartyotcsedtsivsi-
WrosTom v.morrow : Diamond1, Wolfson's ivModelH eolds woertli, captain C ai --men to be defeated. TIllfortune, how- ning 9-4. Harlan Walter woni,,hiseightoiVastlttemjrstpaimgfortwo
Warrorsvs.TenPinnin. dvidal ttleholer f tme on em'ever, descended upon the Wolverinesi fourth str'aight victory of the season, ly football, baseball, basketball and
when Kri('kibanm was taken sick and, and would have held the Minnesota~trc.I191hsenoyaminig
enrce, should have littletidoublei trc.Iim2ui sno ea nhg
f FRATERNITY B3ASEB:IALL repeating andl so adding to Michigan cs's xs unable to pair' up with Vose in nine to fewer runs had the occasionischool, Haggerty competed in the i-
Th e following teams have won their ' X'esill Conference cirles. i the doubles. Although Elliott did some demanded it. With an eight run lead trseholastics hee and won both the
leagues in b~aseball : Phi Chi, Sigmna has been playing good golf through- fine playing, hie amnd Vose were not a-! in the ninth inning, Walter eased up ', ighm and the ow hurdle events at
!Alpha Mu, Delta Upsilon, Sigmna Phi, ;opt the season amnd steady and coin- cnstomed to working together and fin- and allowed the losers to mregister thriee ! Ferry feld, nosing out Snider, who is!
Phi Sigma Kappa, Delta Sigma Phi.! sistent scores as well have been the ally succumbed to Wm'right and Devine, ore counters. Ascher's home mrun in now a member of the Varsity squad.
Phi Kappa Sigmna, Phi Lammbda Kap- I results of his efforts. Fred Feeley, of the Red and WXhte teamm after fore-! the sixth inning was the first earned In, winning the loxv hurdle event at j
pa' D~elta Sigma Delta, Tau Delta Phii, sec(ond mam, is a bit erratic but has 1in9 them to fiay tie only three-set;mun to be scored off Walter this season, Ithe Michigan State College Inter-
Beta Theta Pi. also piroved- himiself a constant xwin- mnatch of the afternoomn, the scores be-l a remarkable record considering the, scholastics ini 1921 hie made a state,
n___ er. ing 2-6, 6-4, and 6-1. The Ithiaca.ns, fact that it was his fourth start of the recordl for the event.
Winnrs i theall-campus si- Thriee men, Hasting, Lehmian and P[re'sented by Steimn and Johnson, took season.Inhsfema yartte i-
min met soul cal a th Inra Glovei' have been alternating in the the other doubles encounter from ap- In the second game, the spectacular' versity Haggerty went out for track:
mural office for their awards imined-'i possession of the other two places on tainl Crane and Jerome in two straight pitching of Pete Guzy for Minnesota and~ was awarded his indoor numerals
iately. The winners are: Aldrich, the team. All three of these men sets, 7-5 and 6-3. proved to be too much foi Fisher's, but when the outdoor season came
Patterson, 01, Maveety, Power, Ant-!ihave livd 111 to expectations and are The Varsity team will leave somlelteam, and the game went to the vis- ar'ound he decided to go out for base-
.zak, and Louber. responsible fom' Michigan's great sea- tie tomnoi'iow afternoon for Chicago itors, 1-0. The Wolverines made ex-I ball imstead of track.
j_________________________ son on the links. w;here it will participate in the annual cellent use of what good fortune came H Ie has played on the baseball team
Amatch will ble playedI in Anni Ar- W'estern Conference intercollegiate their way, but with only one base hit' for the past three seasons, holding
:at pilamu than his foot started tor bor this Saturday. Detr'oit College toutrnament, Thursday to Saturday in-' to their' credit off the Minnesota star.1 down the hot coiner in a creditable
swell. By the time the squad arrived j will furnish tile oppositionm and from: elusive. It is almost certain that "Bob"; they could not push over a rin. Pete, manner. lie also playedl forward on
ill Champaign time Michigan miler was past perfor'mances thne ('onference ;Angell of the sociology department,: Jablonowski also pitched fne ball, andh the basketball tearer andnade the all-
unable to put his weight on the foot leaders should add anothemr victory to w iho has been directimng the work of theI lost his second hard luck game of the Conference in 1924. Ini his last sea-
and it was impossible for him to their list. The next Big Ten match teaum. will select the same five men to season, the first coming ini the Illinois son oimtie basketball teanmle was
enter the mrace. He will probably be will be played against the Chicago represent Michigan at the Windy City.! encounter when lhe was beatemn by tie
unable to i'un for' another week. The squad June 12 at Chicago. The KIichcbaunm is now back in good health same score although lie allowed but a
cause of his tmouble is not known and Windy City players are tie presemnt and so the Wolveines will have their single safety. He allowed only six hits,;
it was entirely unexpected. Briggs! team chatmpions of tie Conference, regular' lineup in ta(t for tie toi'ney. ! lpassed 0one man. and stuck out eight.
!xwas able to press the Illimni nilers for 1hbut Michigan should encounter littleI Michigan ought to make a stmongi Gophers. Foote's double in the sixth E xclusive styles and high
thme entire distancee but Jung was competition in garnmering 'tile honors. bid for honors in the apprloaclhing tour-!inning, followed by a wild pitch put a
forced to retire froum the race before itamient in view of the fact that the Mimnesota runner on third( for tie first"
thufinsh ~4 cjf ~Ohio State racquet-wielders are thze time dumring the game. On a squeezeI
The big surprise of tile meet was Iomly representatives out of tihe four' play, Guzy bunted and Foote broke for
jWittmnan's winl over H-ubbamrd ill the ' M cIljulark iig Tell schoois lplayed to turnm back; home. Jablon'owski scooped up the;
100 yard c lash. The ,two mreached the ______lie Varsit y this seasomn. Indiana, Il-1 bal amd tossed it to Cer i ieto1V
tap~e almmost evemm and it was not Sam Gray thepitcher for xvhomn Con .inois and Chicago all bowed to the nab the runner, but tie ball struck
kmnown until after a' comnsultation of Die hack pamrtedl with $4,000, anid wxho flashy playing of the Amn Amrbormencm. Foote and glanced away from the plate,,
! th jugeswhohadwon Bu Evns,; ws hrdl cocedd ichace o say'giving tie Gophers the only run of te,
thenoi judges i o h tewon. Butedaixa Iadycmcee Ld~e o ~ Jondon, M\ay 18. - k. Gordomn Sl-game.
Illnoi Olnipc thltewasforedwith the club throughout the season.frdejstetrmlfomiahiay c ayim 0 mcewmwo
to take a third in the race, severalIwnhssvnhcneuievcoyfigjs eundfo ildv Thlaying of Pclearzwh
feet behind the wimnmemr. Another agraiist Chicago Sunday. ,1ti'll in Russia, is quoted as saying he! took Bachman's place imn the outfield
surpr~ise of the imeet was tie sloxva, ,saw noposbltofpiaetaen wsthfaurofheeis.Itej
timeimade by Reimnke in the half immie Ga a wt Mcsaile Rusilaiity ofr ptrie, taei xa ~efaur ftm eis m h
attmehosifcatheso utliteo Rsiaimwhomernuur.I (Continued on Page Seven)-
whih h wn hndiy i'o Poze' o -show to any great advantage. I-ow--
Illinois. The fimrst 220 of the race was -
run against a temrrific wind amnd e', this year lie has yet to lose a!
miitliem' of time runners was willitg o gan,________ fo
to set time pace amnd it was not until' ;P~. e
the final lap that the runnmems started M erlimn, May 18.--Food Minister 'Kan-1
to strmetch their limis. itz illfolileC~l thle Reichstag t hat v he
N ate 1einsimiger, Roy Callahamn, govermment 500on xvold introdtuce DolaIakmsA ~a d r I c
Dic DoleChuck Mutiiz,Hakn new tairiff bill reviving thle pmejv-are I I
anmd Weeks wemre the other Michigan protective tariff onl grain andi ion.

- elected (captain and ihiloted the squad1
ill an excellenit vay.
Hem bert Stegemr comies second~ to
I-Ia ggei'ty ill the number of lettcers
won as lie has five to his credit,
three in football and two ini baseball.
Steger' was calptainl of tme grid meuon
last seasoin andl was a steady per-
'aformmem'oil thme field. He receivedl
A Honorable muentionm for All-Amnerican
'honors from. Walter Caump.
t'The rest of thme letter menm gradu-
ating anmdlthmemnumber of letters they
'Have received in their respective
sports are as follows:
Waiter hKummow, two in football;
.Philip Mlamiom, txwo in football; Jammes
Nliller', two ini football; Ferdinmand
Rockwell, two jin football; George
Dillian, two in baseball;' William
Gi les, two iin baseball; Jemrry Benson,
thriee in baseball ; Janmes Brooker",
two, in track; David MVacEllven, three
imi track; Charlies Rteinke, three in
ti tack; Lester' Wittnman, two in track;
Howell White, two in football; M.
Iloldsworth, two iln golf; William
Krr, two imn swiming; C. Lind-
strom, txwo in hockey; and William
Roesser, two in track.
Lomndon, May 18.-Tme Rt. Hon. Sir
-GergeLloyd, Unionist member of Par-
lianment, has beem appointed high comm-
missioner for Egypt.
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womn a. brilliant 440 race fmromm Mehock
and Schoch of Illinmois amndltunrned in
remakable time considerimig thmem'umn-,
niing conditions. Callahan wona
Illinois in a txv()milemrace which-
looked likie a mnamatiioim attime begin-
i nirg. imhe Ifirstiii ile xxas runin 5 :17
and1( only the last two laps showed,
the manmner's at t heir' best. Dick Doyle
\von the discus, I Lawxx'khtie hallmCI,
Mmie.11z time shot withm a heave close to
15 feet, and Dave \\'eeks t he high
jump I, all of them fulfillimng expecta-
Lllooinington, Ill., Ml~ay 18.- Domm
Kar lnes, a stat' player omm the trmivem'-
sity o(f Illinois basketball team for '
txvo year s, has been engagedl by thme
Illinioi,) State Nional school as assis- i
taut physical education (lii'ector.
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