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SA.TURDAY,. MAY 23, x.925


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880 yard run-First heat: Palm, De-
troit Northwestern; Etzel, Ann Ar-
bor; Cramer, St. Johns. Time: 2
muinuties, 101-10 ;aecoflds. Second heat:
Ken~drich, Mt., Clemens; L.a Flour,
Central; Falconi, Detroit Eastern.
Time: 2 nminutes, 6 4-5 seconds. Third
heat: Burns, Niles; Norton, Nashville;
Bennett, Flint., Times: 2 minutes,.
6 3-5 seconds.'
120 yard high hurdles-Fir'st heat:
Kinney, Detroit Northwestern, first:
Batcljeioir, Annl Arbor, second. Time:.
17 flt. Second heat: Loving, Detroit
Cass Tech, first; Robbins, Ann Ar-f
x bor, second. Time: 16.6. Third heat:
Mason, Saginaw, first; Widman, De-
troit Northwestern, second. Tlime:
220 yardl low hurdles-First heat:
Loving Detroit Central: Kinney, De-
troit Northwestern. Time: 26 5-1~0,
Second heat: Mason, Danville; Iloss,
Dletroit Northwestern. Time 26 2-5
seconds. Third heat: Widman. De-
troit Northwestern; Caplan, Detroit

Raymond Baer, '28, of Louis-
ville, Kentucky, was awarded
(the Chicago Alumni Trophy at a
meeting held last night at the
( Baer was one of four men who
(did not miss a day's practice
(during the spring training per-
iod and1 who distinguished him-
self as one of the leading can-
didates for a tackle position on
next year's. Varsity' football
team. The coaches have kept a
close tal) on the men all spring,
each candidate being graded by
each member o'f the coaching
staff upon attendlance, attitude,
(imp~rovement during the spring
(training season, and value as a
Varsity candidate. Baer had a
(lperfect score in attendance and
attitude and ranked high in the


Sande Earns Hon or Of Being
Greatest Jockey Of All Time;

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1 Baer Now Out'. (iBabcoci, Vlioenfield{

Wolverines Hold
Eighth Place In
Big Ten Batting
('oach Ray Fisher's 'Wolverines are
lodged l l in sixth place in the Con-

rphe following teamls have reachlwd

other two departments.


* Northern. Time: 27 2-5 seconds. ____
High jumpWhilock Davill; iCoach Hoyt's freshman track team
Crego, Saginaw; Zavik, St. Johns,; a eetdb heIln erig
Gaines, Detroit Cass Tech; Beagle, wsdfae yteIln erig
Harvey. Height: 5 feet 6 inches. in ,a telegraphic meet Wednesday,
Pole 'vault-Oloban, Detroit South- 81-59. Although the Wolverine fresh-
wcstern ; Nosnachuck, Detroit Cen-a men came out ahead in the track
tral; Hathway, Kalamazoo Central;I events slow ;ing their opponents 46
Cooley, Kalmnazoo Central; Oliver, to 31, they were swamped in the field
Highland, Park. ,height: 10 feet 6(events 50 to 13.
inches. celn o h o
Broad jumip: Hamm, Lonoke, Ark- Meladwo th pole vault do-
* ansas, 22 feet 9 inches; Robinson DTe-j ing 12 feet, Cooper won both hurdles,
troit Northwestern, 22 feet 8 1-2 and the Michigan freshmen made a
inches; Gaines, Detroit Central, 21j slam in the 440, Jones winning it in,
feet 3 5-8 inches;- Mason, Danville, 52 1-5. Thoits also bettered his
20 feet 9 1-8 inches; H-untley, Fern- time in the mile by doing 4:41 5-10.
dale.fe The other results were: 100 yd.
Discus-Wilson, Ann Arbor, 121 e The
11 inches; Rukendunts, Harvey, 114 dash, Hale {I) and Lee (I) tied for
feet 4 3-4 inches; Carlson, Detroitj first, Mintz (M) 3rd, time 10 sec.
Northwestern, 108 feet 6 1-2 inches; jflat; 220 yd. dash', IHale (I) 1st, Rus-
Barratt, Lansing, 106 feet 6 1-2 inch- lander (M) 2nd, Laverity (M) 3rd,
es; Gowman, Detroit Eastern, 106 feet, time 22 6-10; 440 yd. run, Jones (M)
* 5 1-2 inches. 1st, Bybee (M) 2nd, Brown (M) 3rd,
12 pound shot put-Barratt, Lan-!I
sing, 46 feet 11 3-4 inches; Carlson, time 52 1-5; 880 yd. run, Stillner (I)
Detroit Northwestern, 46 feet 5 3-4 1st, Carter (I) 2nd, Schmeiling (M)
inches; Wilson, Ann Arbor, 44 feet 3rd, time 2:2 8-10; mile run, Thoits
5 34 iche; Cwma, Dtrot Est-(M) 1st, Swinton (M) 2nd, Hinkley
ent, 4"feet 1- inches . ulz Dtot (M), 3rd, time 4:41 5-10; two mile
Cental, 4 'fet 1 3- inces.run, Dickenson (I) 1st, Fairfield (I)
- Javelin--Whitlock,' Danville, 171; 2nd, Swinton (M) 3rd, time 10:12I
feet 9 inches (new record) ; Ruken-
dunes, Harvey. 155 feet 3 inches; Ba- 8-10; 220 low hurdles, Cooper (M)
ton, Detroit Southwestern, 148 feet 5 1st, Schroeder (M) 2nd, Winkler (I)
* mjhes; Cooley, Kalainazoo Central, 3rd, time 25 5-10; 120 high hurdles,
146 feet 5 1-2 inches; Krieger, Sagi- Cooper (M) 1st, Schroeder (M) .2nd,
naw Arthur Hill, 143 feet 8 inches. Winkler (I) 3rd, time 15 9-10; relay,
Gordn Cchrae, eavy hitingMichigan, time 3:29 2-5; high jump,
catcher of the Philadelphia Ameri- Rachaster (I) 1st, Kelly (M) and
cans, tied the modern major league Waldo (M) tied for 2nd, height 5 ft.
record for home runs in a single; 8 3-4 inches; broad jump, Lee (1) 1st,

I jJjjj~j. ~ J(~~ Foi - UUlerec pennant Erace, Ibut lihav o ite seml-tina iua illuuire nc .iernrLti
" (w"'Clicago 'rophy fared well in batting. Micigan is libaseball ; Sigmna Phi, Phi Sigma Kap-
I loetothoto.i te"atig au TnDelta Phi, and.Sgma Alpha
clo e t th b tto in the batin a rM u. The following gam es are 'sched-
URGES SUMMER TR AIN ING ( standing, with anl average of .217 for le fr51o'lkMndyat-
-- - ix gin(,. i oon:diamond 1-Sigma Phi vs. Pi
jICoachTa Wieman adress;ed the Pucklewartz, stari'soph'omfoe out.- Sigma Kappa; diamond 2-Tae Delta
z. cadidates for next year's Varsity 'fielder, is the only member of the Phi vs. Sigma Alpha Mu.
I .:N j football squad and those who tooks Maize and Blue team who is batting1 IIP IWT AS AL
in g held last night at the Union. ;to the mark with an average of .3121 Th fi a ga ein t s l a ue s
ICoach Wienian congraullatedl the en- tfor' :ix ames. Cherry is se pond llinthe Tefnlgaeilhs egei
rtire squad] on the sirit, attitude and atting column with .277, ~hl scheduled for' Monday afternoon at
I ~r-1:1'5 o'clock on (diamond 1 between
calibre of football displayed during ho10,1, utility man, is third witil .217. Khl n ofo' aros
the n)ractice sessions, this .spring and;t, c ffan of Illinois is leading the,
upon the results of the training,lieI Conference in the batting colmumn (
stated that the compzetitionr for thl wit an exceedinly high average of ISpa ulding Ma 7 sy
x :Chicago Alumni trophy was excep-! .625. On
tionally cose, and that several men ''ealium 1I R H Co, 'ach Coast
were deserving of credit for their j hi State ...... 5 169 36 51 .310
" : y splendid work and fine siritw ihInlidiana ........ 7 261 58 78 .298 Mnnea polis, Minn., May 22-Coach
they displayed. Chicago......... 6 186 22 ,34 .258 W H. (Bill) Spaulding, of thre U-
IHe then outlined the plans for the Illinois......... 8 273 51 72 .256 versity o Minnesota football team is
1925 canirnaign, and called attention to Minnmesota....... 7 234 33 55 .2,5 on his way to Los Angeles to close
SI the bard schedule which Michigan will, Wisconsin. .. ....7 258 44 5 9 .228 with athletic zauzthioriis of the south-
::;:;",,>. have neat fazll. He stressed the need Purdue.......... 8 256 37 58 .226 iem 1banch of the University of Cal-
'xof pllenty of preparation andl the needI Michigan....6 198 22 4 .217 ifornia for a five-year contract as,
S... of the co-operation of every individ-! Iowa "I 8 03 16 edfobl oc n tltcd
" ° *.. . '. ' -. .._ rector at anl annual salary of $100,000,
imrv hspsia cnh o ve i atnig'h"eeig I h it was learned yesterday at the 'SVLinn-
. ry.::.. ~~~~~the vacation, and to keen in trim by hsatnigtemei
soi:sse:o:eulr eerie lettecr the Varsity coach stressed the I soathei department.
Coach Wienian poited out the advant -importance of day by day dlevelopz- h eetywsgvnatoya
" age - meat andNegotitionslbetwethSeaunding
ag htresults when a coach has Imntacng'tmltdth enewal fhs ocing onrcta
oi:":.,team of conditioned athletes to work q ua on their work this spring,. Mneoaadalmitaie fcr
' with at the' start of the season. If The etter tated in lbrief, I bliev
themenarentied or hei xvm'kthe men are to be highly commended of the California school, . hav been
whM&IM -,en they report for patc a great for the spirit and attitud which they tgnqielfothlat ot.
Pc' havedron duingsprng CachSpaulding, it was lebrnd
delo at sthus coeaway with, hv hwn(uig prinpratice. I:
.F3n bony,"hKenuicky 1erby vinnerand }XIsrSande, rider With a 'final plea to the men to keepm)ei ,,thtitha{"eiet fomthosr iavfersourceshvirtally
their pysicalwelfar in min duio raciinlpofferthatowrhatheveCal-
E1.ail Sande is still i°atech as one of the gtreat jockeys in the countiry, by inth su iemohCac'W- at this time of the ,year." I lsn ifornia school last week, conditioned
virtue of his victories on the turf this season. mncoehhstl.le congratulated Rav Baer on win- o h ees rmhspeetcn
Turf veterans were rather hesitant in stating Sande's chances of con- CahWeinte itomcdM ning the trophy.iata Mneoa
tinning to b~e a great iider after his sensational fall last summer which MeeIotn 1,o hcg h h e h uhd Be h hs t ws sihsbe
li Meer Mrton '12,of Cicag whohardest for the tropnhy were "Sarmmy"l granted by Minnesota and the-Gopher
resulted in a broken leg for thle "little blonde." lie was not given full suethcadlasofheCigo-
credit for his great riding in the aratoga special at 1larve de Grade when alumni's desire to do anything ps# Babcoc, '28, of Detroit-, John Schoen-netrwl riei o nee o
lie rode Mrs. Vanderbilt, amid brought Sarazen hiomec leadiiig the field. The ;)le to hel maintain interest amden- field, '27, of Bartlesville, Okla. ; andmid o olokoeIteshol hc
skeptics said thiat: he was a bit timid, liusiasml in Michigan athletics. lie Janies Mt~iller, '28, of Adrian.4 is anl off-shoot of the University of
a falt wich e wold everolim- P-f sttedthat the idea of presenting the Four o the men who were out for i Caitornia, anid close the final details
ate. 'i Ir To Coach topyi) hwIthe 1Practice deserve commendation for of the five year contract
But-after winning the ~realist turf 17aie o this interest. The reason that te trect attendance. Raymond Bar, Mneoaahei n diita
clsici tehitr of :prteI A wr a o l)drn h in: John Shoenfield, Joe Kruger, andti ive authorities declined to makie an
he fll Frd Rohindidnot issa, raciceoficial statement today, but (id not
Kentucky Derby, thei'e is little doubt1 ___ training season was that in thefl o oh i o isap eyta pudn a nh~~a
as to who is the outstandtheiglamroofethe+trngand the, I p)eriod, while James Miller, M. E.deytaSpuin wsonhrwy
as t whois he ot san~hilgjo('e N illis Zorn, foi'ier tar fullback Nicilrsonamor of tbehteLoshAgeles
of today.sI thrill of competition furnishes suffici ] icesoI. nsery . Wbr oLsAgls
eorthChrhlDoneen, o och Stagg's C'hicago Maroon,et ounttmntogt.te e otfo . Douglass. aiid C. Bloom have only Los .Angeles, May 22.-Authoritative
Sande was not concedled a chalice of has acceptedth le posion as coach of practice. However in tl~e sping, whlen one absence aanst them. One hun-jfauly crle fthe -University of
placing in the mioney. it is report edhl the foot ball teams of WNaite high of the real development takes place, this Shd fifteen men reported for practice)I California, Southern Branch,,he'i yes-
tnat the "little wonder"~ sought to Toledo. The Maroon star gradluated motive is lacking, andi that is the rca - at the beginning of the season, and'teiday, admitted that arrangemnents
"buy" a chance to ride in the D erby, I trom the Midway last fal and since';son for their trophuy. He furtherI Coach Wienian had an average of 601vrulywecoptd'to ngg
but was unable to secure a moumnt thbat time has ]aeni coaching at Hied- stated that the Chicago alumni are ,nen reportinig to him eveiycay, ant I William (1B11) Spaulding, head foot-
until shortltr before the race. Camp- ding college, highly pleased with tlie results of l ever during the entire traininig per-' all coach at the niversity' of Mini-
tain Hall, lKentluckiy Cardinal, Back- j Jac'ks, coac'hiat Muskegon high ;this s'ars wort, aind are satisfied goddidheatedncefall_ elow_40. sotherinancimilandpostoat p then
bone, and~ Son of John were all placed ( school, was tendered a contract fr, their trophy lielued in any way to SotenBacndhtSpuig
ahecad of Flying Nbony, t he winner, tie posit ion at W'taite last winter, but, create an interest during the train- READ) THE CLASShJ,'hED ADS, n ios is oni his way to Los .Angeles.
according to dopesters' rating, did not accept. ; ing period.
Earl Samnde has prioven that the fu- H le then presented the trophy~to
ture in the racing world lies aheatd of Chairles Bhanett, alias "Gabby," Raymonid Baer, '28, of Louisville, Ky,
him, regular catcher of the C'hicago Na-! and congiratulated the winner oni his I
f . ? iinals, increased his lead inl the splendid work. -


game, by clouting three circuit
IWisconsin at Chicago.
Iowa at Minnesota.
Indiana at Northwestern.
Michigan at Illinois.

tdrives Hlall (I) 2nd, West (M) 3rd, distance
1211 ft 1 ine~h.- 4.vplcinrHt M Thiq+Lt,

Gammin (I) 2nd, Dewhirst (I) 3rd, lce rsdn
distance 165 ft. 7 inches; discus,:;of Mc higan clubc
-~Lyon (I) 1st, Kidd (I) 2nd, Allmuan old J. Sherman, '1
(I) 3rd; distance 118 ft. 5 inches;
V£ shot put, Lyon (I) 1st, Kidd (I) 2nd, Austin, Tex., M;
Packer (MI) 3rd1 distance 44 ft. 5 potash becds have
'inches; hammer throw, Allman (I) West Texas c'ounti
} 1st, Eichfield (I) 2nd, Campbell (M) f univesity,
3rd, distance 127 ft. - 8 inches; and the
pole vault, McLelland (M) 1st, White Read the
(I) 2nd, Bolton (M) 3rd, height 12 ft.

'09, '24I., has been
of the University
oif Toledto, anfl Ha i-
17, Vice-prcsidenit.
I teen (1] (ox'ereth in
ies be10ling to the
Want Ads

miajor league home rinm ace byl
tint; his twelftli four base hit of
I cIastni.

hit- Coach Wieman then readt a letter
the' from Coch1 Fielding H. Yost saying
that another engagement prevented

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grow more lively every day'
Speed and animation! TWhose are the words that best
describe modern life, fashion, and this ncw Walk-Over
pump. Have you ever seen a livelier little style than this
Walk-Over? It has all the dash and sparkle of an Argen-
tine tango, with all the up-to-the-minute smartness of
the newest collegiate fox-trot. Walk-Over comfortable
fit lets lively feet keep all their animation.

B liirds
-a fine wizy zo relax
Buny, su~ccessful men indulge frequently in
relaxation of mind and body. That's why
so many of them enjoy a half hour or so
of billiards daily with friends -especially,
after the noon-day lunch.
It keeps the mind from going stale for the
rest of the day--drives away that sluggish-
ness that may interfere with the after- v
noon's work--gives the mind a needed '
change from the daily grind.
Try it on our Brunswick equipment-tables
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