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PAGE IX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1925

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BASEBALL TEAM LEAVES TONIGHT
FOR, ]LLINIS AND IOWA GAME51
3r. S. C. Contest Shows Improvemient
In Playing of Whole ! F OOTALL MNOTICE
Squad (
All men who took part in the
PLAY ILLINI TOMORROW i spring training or who will be
candidates for next year'sj
Coach Ray Fisher sent the Varsity Varsity football team will meet
baseball team through a light work- at 7:30 o'clock tonight at th'e
out yesterday afternoon at Ferry I Union. At this time Coach
field in preparation for the two-day Yost will outline some of next
trip which will take the Wolverines year's plans, and the Chicago
to Urbana and Iowa City for games trophy will be awarded.,
tomorrow and Monday. Coach Fielding H. Yost
The fiasco Wednesday at East
Lansing, in which the Varsity de- -_
feated M. S. C. by a score of 13-6, put the game on ice. Immediately
served to bring the players around following the mixup with Cherry at
from the slight staleness that has third base in the seventh, he grooved
marred their work to some extent re- his first pitch to Zimmerman. who
cently. Wakefield, the star Aggie opened the M. S. C. half of the same
hurler was no puzzle, and Fisher's inning, and the Aggie third baseman
nine duplicated its earlier victory off drove it deep into the forest in cen-
him on a <more lavish scale. Nine- ter field for a ome run.
teen hits were taken from his deliv- The Michigan team's fielding was
e'y, seven of them being for extra T thigantthelga was
bass. evralofthee bow woldfast throughout the game. Buck
bases. Several of these blows would Giles distinguished himself in the
have been easy flies on Ferry field, fifth and ninth innings when he ran
but the short right 'and center field into right field for high flies. Red
on the East Lansing diamond, to- Cherry made two beautiful catches of
gether with the bleachers in center, fouls, one off Kiebler in the sixth
made it impossible to cut them off. frame being especially sensational.
The bleachers were aids to one or Cherry had to take the ball off the
two of the extra base safeties, and de- netting behind the plate on this oc-
triments to others. Ryrholm knocked casion. Captain Dillman's stop and
the ball into the edifice in the first throw without straightoning up in re-
inning, an[ vas held to two bases on tiring Ranney in the eighth inning
ground rules when his hit was a good was another fielding feature, while
three bagger. Dutch Wilson got the Zimmerman's catch off Coleman in
benefit of the doubt on one of his deep right field in the sixth was the
doubles, however, as his hit was too rz . S. C. feat.
high, and wougld have been a long fly The team will leave tonight for Ur-
had it not gone into the stands. Two )ana where it will meet Illinois to-
of the three home runs, those - by 'norrow in the second game between
Pucklewartz and Zimmerman of M. S. the two teams this season. Earlier in
C. were legitimate circuit blows, but the
Coleman was lucky on his drive iniine, 1-0, after a heartbreaking game
the eighth inning, which would prob- in which Pete Jablonowski allowed
ably hav~e been held to three bases if bu onehit to the winners. Jab will
it hgad not been for the freakish na- be Fisher's choice tomorrow, while
ture of the pasture. Any hit past a i-arlan Walter will try to make it
certain point either carried the ball ve straight Conferenci victories
into heavy underbrush or into the when 11- works against Iowa Mondy
creek. In either case, the outfielders at Iowa Ctiy.
were helpless to play the ball nor-
fnally unless they combined the qual-
ities of Daniel Boone and Johnny
Weismuller. L MOM HO
In spite of the questionable nature FOR -
of the outfield, the Wolverine hits lFH
were clean for the most part. Every
one on the squad got at last on C
safety with exceptioe of the three Charles A. Reinke, Varsity halfiil-
symen who were sdnt into the gamen r, yesterday was awarded the Con-
ference gold medal for breaking the
the eighth inning, only one of whom Conference half mile record in the
came to bat. Pucklewartz continue idoor Conference meet held at
his good work at the plate, collectint ormhwestern university last March.
three runs and two hits out of six It has been the custom for years to
trips to the plate. His home run in sward a gold medal to athletes who
the eighth was a beautiful hit. )roke a Conference record in the out-
George 1laggerty, with a perfect loor Conference meet but this is the
average, seemed to have the Indian irst time it has been given for break-
sign on Wakefield, who issued three w iCo irence athletes were
passes, all of which went to the awarded this medal for their work
Michigan third baseman. On his n the indoor Conference meet,
other two times at bat, Haggerty Reinke, and !Phelps of Iowa, who
singled to right and beat out a bunt ;hattered the Conference record in the
down the first. base line. He scored wo mile run.
twice. Michigan's battery more than In the future Conference officials
held up its end at bat. Cherry col- ntend to make similiar awards for
lected four safe hits in five tries, al- record breaking performances in the
ndoor meet.
though he was unable to score once. The condition of Ted Hornberger.
He was on third twice, but was re- whose entry in the Illinois dual meet
tired on his way to the plate both sad to be cancelled at the last minut
times. In the big melee in the fourth because of an inflamaion of his foot,
inning, when Michigan made six runs, s not progressing as well as had
Red scored Dillman and Wilson with I een hoed for. When he became ill at

his double to left center, went to I Urbana it was thought that it was
third on Walter's blow to right, but >nly a temporary ailment, and that
he would be able to run again in a
was nailed at home when Zimmerman [ew days. Yesterday, Coach Farrell
chose to play for him on Giles' stated that he would not practice
grounder. Again in the seventh he until next week, and that it was prob-
scored Dillman with a single and ran I able that he would not be able to
to third on Walter's hit. On the next take part in the Wisconsin meet.
pray Giles hit to short, and Walter Grant Hicks, who was operated in
made third base safely, only to find three weeks ago has been practicing
Cherry still occupying the sack. sine the first of the week, and
rapidly rounding into shape. Yestpr
day he was allowed to run the mile in
was nabbed when Richards threw to 4:50, and with continued improve-
Fremon~t. Fremont then snapped the ment it is expected he will run against
ball to Zimmerman on third base, and wisconsin.
Walter .was caught off the bag. It /
was the only double play of the game, St. Paul, Minn., May 21.-Edward
but was in reality a gift. Walter's IG. 13arow, business manager of the
offering at bat' was one run and New York Americans, who was here
three singles in three times up. yesterday is quoted in the St. Paul
The Michigan star pitched air Dispatch as saying Commissioner K.
tight ball after relieving Hovey with M. Landis has ordered major league
no one out in the first inning, until clubs to call in all but eight optional
he was given so large a lead as to PIaYeg.

Complete Prep Hlerert Steger Achieves Great played regular after that and hasj --
been one of Michigan's mainstays for )DETROIT CANNOT FIND
Meet Entries Record In H. S. And University the past three seasons. JNMAN TO SUCCEED COBB
In the 1923 season when most of.
the opponents were watcing Kipke, Detroit, May 20.-Tyrus Ray-
The complete list of entries fol- IerbJrt St ('t( Icaptain of Michi- National Interscholastic honors. Oak mItsond Cobb, often regarded as
Michigan's All American half back,
lows: Northwestern High, Detroit; gan's footbal teami lduring the past Piark also won two basketball titles gac the greatest ball player that
while Steger was in school and won Steger got away for consistent gains.to end
Angerilla, Batil, Blumfield, Campbell, season, has antained one of the most the National interscholastic track lie and Kipke were an excellent con- playing days as soon as a young-
Carlson, Couse, Dant, Dukes Gunow, brilliant records in both scholarship icet one year. bination and Steger proved to be a fit er man can beat him out of his
HIaggquist Holmes, Jacobs, Kelley, and athletics and also in outside ac- During his career at high school, i running mate for "Harry." job as center fielder. Although
Kinney Lawson, McMinn, E. McMinn, tivities. "Herb" never played in a losing foot- At the close of the season his team Cobb is 38 years old, the pro-
W. Moser, Nelson, Palm, eget,! Graduating from Oak Park High ball game. When he graduated the mates picked the Oak Park 'boy to spect seems almost as remote
W. ossr, elsn, alm Peet1 Gadutin frm Ok Prklead them for the next year. To this;j as it (id a decade ago.
Robinson Ross, Seeger, Slack, Smith, School, Oak Park, Ill., in the spring Maize and Blue leader weighed 180
Widman, Walsh; 'Southwestern,! of 1921, the Wolverine leader left be- pounds and was proclaimed by Wal- time Steger had not played in a los- I Cobb did not intend to play
Ietaroit; Adams, Bator, Baxter, Duffy, hind him a great list of achievements. ter Eckersall as the best football rug football game either in high more than 100 games this sea-
Eberle, Garvey, Hoff, Hocomb, Jer- He received 12 letters in his four player in any Mid-Western prep school or college and his record son. Age, he knew, plays no
main, Kaizinger, Kimmel, Kuretic, years at high school, four of them be- school. would still be unblemished if it were favorite, but a man could not be
Linck,:Morrow, Oloham, Rozek, San- ing in football and others in baseball, But Steger's achivements were not not for the fact that the Wolverines found to take his place.
som, Schoff, Shurmur, Smith, Stromp, basketball and track. "Herb" played wholy in the field of athletics as he lost two games during the 1924 foot-
Swender, Vemchak, Tomlinson, Viz- shortstop on the diamond, guard on was a good scholar. He was also ball season.
kelety, Zajac; Northern, Detroit; the court squad and ran the dashes president of his class in his junior Besides starring on the gridiron Sofia, May 21.-Former Police Chief
Adler, Berkeley, Binkelman, Caplan, and threw the weights on the track and senior year at the school. Be- Steger has also won two letters on Proudkiiie and two ex-convicts named
Clark, Davis, Eagen, Frank,Fricker, tea Im. sides this he was prominent in other the baseball squad. He plays out-; Loukoff aid Patadanski were sentene-
Goldman, Hall, Jeffery, Knechtel, While in high school the captain of fields of activity. field and can connect with the pill in ed to death aftcy haviig been found
Labadic, Leland, Marsh, Marx, Payne,j the 1924 football season was on nine The Oak Park star entered the great form. responsible for a bomb explosioi in
Pottle, Roepcke, Russell, Ryan, Sal-i chaniionship teams. Four years in University im 1921. lie went out for Upon his graduation this June, the Odeon Theater here Marcl 13,
avansky, Schulman, Steinberger, a row the Illinois school won honors freshman track during his first se- Michigan will lose a man that will be 1920.
Tapp, Woodroc, Woughter; North- in football, one of these years bring-i Iester here but it seemed that luck hard to replace on both the gridiron
eastern, Detroit; Beasley, Chodupski, ing them a national reputation when was against hiim for he was taken and tire diamond. London, May 21.-Austen Chamber-
Demtrovich, Duncan, Ford, Green- they defeated Dayton high 19-6 for sick at holiday time and was operated qin, old te Commonswteigo
question. told the Commons the gov
wood, Ivey, Roseff, Kraseezewski, on for appendicitis. This operation All junior women interested in ernment (id not congratulate iinden-
Lewis, Manning, Merck, Tueilawski, Morioi, SchroederA Ferndale-Bez- was followed by complications and in writing a play will meet at 4 n'- burg on his inaugural as German
Richards, C. Smith, K. Smith, Trust- ley, Huntley, Kubiac, Smith, Wyan- the course of the illness "Herb" lost clock Monday in the parlor of Barbour president, though the government
owski, Weiss, Yeinski; Central, De- dotte-Rosch, Enlebem; Northville- 35 pounds. For the rest of the school gymnasium. felicitated Ebert when he took office.
troit; Brown, Cutler, Evans, Kroll, Gorman, Edwards, Elliott,, Taphom, year and during the following sum-
Cambert, Noah, Nosanchuck, Robin- Riley, Thompson, Campbell, Fry, mer he devoted himself to getting
son, Rundels, Schultz; Owosso, - r, Casteshre, Wood, Sefener; St. back in condition. When ie returnedc
Bartlett, Campbell, Stotenbur, Wood-Johns-Atkinson rame, Cramer, Warner, for early football practice in the fallxcius syls and high quaty modrately pcd
ard; Saginaw-Brown, Crezo, Den-I Zavitz; Victoria, Illinois-Moak, of 1922 he was not as heavy as he for-
ton, Diamond; Arthur Hill, Saginaw ( Olmstead, Sopher; Washington High, mnerly was but lie was in fine shape. I
-Bauer, Carroll, Davis, Dill, -Hack, I Cedar Rapids-Boyer, Carter, Cassler, Steger was a fine player from the
Hamling, Kueger, Krueger, Lee, l Christy, De Silva, Dvorak, Frazier, start and shone in early scrinnages.
Miller, Osborne, Rice, Schiimners, Harper, Knapp, Kemp, McChung, He opened his career for Michigan
Wrey, Zahelinger; Ann Arbor-Beth- ,iller, Rledel, Stamrats, Sweeney,j by running 45 yards around end for a °
ke, Blocker, Bross, Cody, F. Etzel, Tangeman, Veseley, White, Zvacek. itouchdown in the Case game. lieO E ss
Grey arr tt Pf nn R orbin t S ll1-inuV

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Wilson, Batchelor; Benton Harbor-
Benjamine, Bennett, Davey, Easley,
Jacobs, Peapples, Stiemle, Stienke;
Cass Tech, Detroit - Alexander,
Coutle, Cunningham, Gaines, Heller,
La Fluer, A. Loving, W. Loving, Mar-
shall, Tolan, Prater; Central High.
Kalamazoo--Brooks, Calkins, Cooley,
Hathaway, Lester, Mahoney, Rogers,
Cowen-Highland Park - Biddy,
Dearing, Gerdan, Hovey, Kaplan, La
Verne, Lovanger, McCarteny. McKay,
Oliver, Peters, Ramsdell, Roth, Runo,
Schneider, Struthers, Wallace, Wheel-
er, York; F ll-Barrenger, Bennet%,
Craig, Crittenden, Guile, Harrell,
Pack, Rolfe, Scromlin, Shackleton,
Stoutenberg, Wagonllnder, Woodin;
Lansing-Barrett, Benson, Crall,
George, Keitchen, Killorain, King-
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High, Kalamazoo-Anway, Bleyker,
Cushman, Dole, Forad, Godfrey,
1-ough Jackson, Jones, Lysaght, Red-
1iOflnd, Sheldon; Lee High, Grand
Rnapids-Beld, Carpenter, Hammond,
Oakes, Robert, Syswerd; Lapeer-
Donaldson, Mueller, Potter, Smith;
Niles- Abraham, Burns, hall, Lago-
ni; Ovid-Comstock, Doty, Martin;
East High, Columbus, Ohio-Arm-
strong, Hamilton, Loomis, McCor-
mick, Peters, G. Simpson, W. Simp- I
son; Danville, Illinois-Howvey.
Mason, Minger, Whitlock; Coldwater I
-Potter; Brighton-Criger, Stoner,
Story; Hyde Park, Chicago, Ill.-
Duggan, Gist, Hardaway, Humlong,
Kelley, Kelty, Kimpton, Marshall,
Metzenberg, Schulz, Sherman, Simp-
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4Wi1 be at the
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Tomorrow at 8 P. M.

NNOUNCEMENTof Mario Chamlee's
appearance here has aroused genuine enthu-
siasm among music lovers.This great star of the
Metropolitan Opera Company has become
world famous because of his interpretations,
range, and extensive repertoire. You will thor-
oughly enjoy his concert.
Like other noted artists in the New Hall of
Fame, Chamlee has chosen Brunswick to repro-
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Brunswick Records is not complete without
your favorite songs sung by this artist. Let your
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