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THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y

THU'RSDAY, MXAY 28, 1925

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Babe Ruth Back

(Continued from Page One)
A peculiar play cilded the game in
tihe ninth frame. After Mori and
Takasu had popped to the infield,'
Otsuini was safe when Giles fumbled
his grounder. On a hit and run
play, Otsumi dashed for second base,
with, Giles just ahead of him to take
a throw. Koshimoto hit the ball for l
What! looked like a sure hit through'
ies' teritory, b~ut Otsurni was unable
to' avoid, the ball and was struck, be-
ing automatically retired.
*The second game of the series will
be, played this afternoon at 4:05
o'clock, with Tom Fisher or Hovey
pitching for Michigan. Coach Fish-
er has not ,anounced his definite
choice for the catcher's position.
Baker got back into the game for the.
first time since the first M. S. C.
contest here. He may receive today,
wvhile Cherry and Davis are also pos- 1.
sib ilities.
Trhe Atlhletip, association has an-

All those who have won their num-
erals or other awards plaase call at;
the office bet-ore Friday, May 29, for
them.
C'LASS BASEBALL
Junior engineers won the class
baseball after a hard battle with the'
sophomore lits. The game ended in
their favor, score 1-0. This is the1
only class contest that the sophomore
lits, have lost this year. The sopho-
more engineers were the winners in!
the other league but were eliminated!
by the sophiomore lits, 10-2. The race
was the closest in some years, only
one forfeit being granted.
FlUTEII-ITY TENNIS
Phi Chi won the fraternity tennisf
from a large field. In the semi-finals
they put out Theta Xi at the time the,
reigning favorite. Those in the semi-
finals were Theta Xi, Delta Upsilan,.
Phi Clii, and Phi Sigma Delta. Thel
Phi Chi's won by all around team
play and the playing of their star,
flicks.

In Old Uniform

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NEITMEN 10 CL[0SEKerr, Swimming Team Captain, EGTE EM NE
SEASON ATU R. Wn s Th r eeVarsity Letters p rwuMs ETOURE
_____ ill" Kerr, captain of the 1925 1 defeatedl Moore. and was second only!
117lverines Me B Tennis TLei !swimmn g team, won ii ree lett ers inlIto F 'red Hill of Mi\iniwsota- Kerr'sl Eighteen high schoolswilc-
a-Fia Mtcl co95 ~llege and a :;~a in high school" time in this race was 1:53 2-5. Pt nteana neshlsi
IlLaterlonYinathehsasonrloelc1.pete(ltennis tournament to be held on the
Schdul ~1~ o iS )IWCS il le quaicin Detroit with Samson, Dunakin,! Ferry field courts today. The first
N ARBGT NT LE The Michigan captain attended and Gow and helped establish a new I!rudo h
New Trie T 'T L E,,r h g f K nlw r h li record in an invit ational 400 yard !start at 10 o 'cil c ohsmp io ng. l
weli'_h_ reir____ taecapinhp ae The second round wil start, at 3
Logd'el n h rmirnshreh tre i h restt hminsi ,ae o'clock. The doubles will beginata
stlae n ntepug frds paig o ersaccomiplish-
, stle ace and inthcpluge fr els- Spakin ofKer ; 4:30 o'clock. Individual cups are. to
Ition of the Western -Conference,I tance. Although small in stature for ; ments, Coach Mann said, "Billy-was' wre otewnes
Michigan's tennis team plays its last:telte vn, ilnvrhls a hard worker, a go-getter, and un- Thbeaaringso the sinles Aa
mac f h eson w1en it opposes !gainedqie a e uaio s an u - (oubtedly the second ' fastest back- T e parn s frte igls re s
te isosnnte inadadewaenin ThNeTrehghstroke 'man in the Conference. Bill follows: Case, Battle Creek vs.
der ~~~~~~ArultWsen hita~ot
sniatch on the Ferry field courts Sat- while it (lid not winl the state cianp has played an important part in allWsen hitaSut
urday afternoon.inhitundotsm eclet of the swimming honors which have, ig s ig etnHro.
ionship turned out some excellent~~ Bacon, Owosso vs. Morley, h ast isti ac h ao, Saginaw,
If he arsty insthi mach heswimming teams on all of which Derr been brought to Michigan during Iaaao eta s els et
Conference championship will be con-; was one of the outstanding performi- the last three years."KamzoCetlvs esW t-
cedled to Michigan andI since the._____________ern; Johnson, N. W. vs. Dick, Ann
ers. In his senior year at the. Illi- 1Abr iblSgnwv.Mrh
Bader ar oly euocr payesnois prep school his team-mates I Chicago, May 27.-Stanislaus Zbys- Northern; Kalamazoo Central vs. 41.
ranking below fifth in the Confer-
elected hini to captain the team. zko, Polish wrestler, who recently de- of D.; Hammer., Pontiac vs. Burger-
enc, te Mizean Ble tam s Gadatig i th spin of192, Bllfeated Wayne Munn 'in a heavyweightI fer, Battle Creek;' Toy, Central, vs.
Ercial eti fvcoy matriculated at Michigan the follow-IScaeRyn Erd
Mihgnwill aanbe repfllressscolstctorekptwrestling match, has applied here for ShfeRye;EloShortrldge
Michigan againchlarepresentedeptI I vs. Kalamazoo Normal; Ypsilanti vs.
by its usual strong line-up. Dr. him pretty busy during his first year!I an injunction to restrain StranglerISuzdMtCem s; oseodr
ob r A n e l o th so i l g d -1on the cam pus and so lie did not corn- Lew is from claim ing th e w orld's title.: Benton H arbor vs. Brayton, N. W .;rne t h a e n d r ci gj p t o l c n h r s m nl T i o e m i t i s t a e i o t K n
the work of the team this year, plans {ptem oKanei isspomr',Owsov.SmeFt
tuse his same four men against ta.Hwvr nhsspooe the title to Munn at Kansas City prior; Wayne; Clank, Pontiac vs. McNaugh-
taslehsueintem-year hie trie(d out for the varsity,. o ifon eeaNron, Det., Cent.; U. of D. vs, nder-
iori nf atche hs ue ntt a ohis season.o te ome e-i He was still specializing as free oftefrmr sn Ann Arbor; Kalamazoo Normal
P1lJrme ~t style amrtist, but had given up thme: a1n olgin vs.Shfr Rayen school; and Ypsi-
plunge. He (did not gain any particu- -Ilanti, Wilson, South Highnubroepstnwieh ad! Wayne, and
fliih n oii n hl e adlaf ,amie b tin the ain dvitt p sdul even ts that IjI[IMoss of Detroit Northern drew by.
Cati rnwol.asi h C-year bu( taocmosdofGw FRE S11,MAN T1ENNtIS The doubles are as follows; Short-
ndposition, will pair up together in; er onoan apewnteI ig s aia; e.Nrhr s
withe caube ofticktaund and orth A. A. U. National Junior Champion- I The following freshmen have Kalamazoo, Normal, U. of D. vs. A'nl
wil tae areof hethid ad ourh'ship 200 yard relay race, which was; won their freshman; tennis num- AroBnnHabrv.N ,F.
posithion estve dleand Twi i held at Detroit. e rals and should' report at once ° Wayne vs. Ypsilanti, Det. Western vs
togthr n te oules Tisis During his. junior year, he began[ to be measured for sweaters: (;iPontiac, Det. Central. vs. Battle Creek,
Jerome's last year with the Varsity Lthe in thegaleets
btteohrWleie haea!to swim teback stroke i h ne Stephens, aihrSgl e- Kalamazoo Central vs. Owosso, Rayen
leat the o e'aro~v m etiav tio.1 but was no more than a fail per- der, Spicer and Maloney. I I sch~ool, Youngstown, Ohio,1 drew bye.
onsoe ero c eiIon former. However hie was a consist- PAUL F. JEaGOME.
ThT sanig f hsfrs fv tam iin vnnv n of4 v d the , fi.rst_____________five_____ i teamslLlJ !~rLI Am

nounced that-S~aturda
Iowva will start' at 4:1
stead of i: 30;joaclock
announced.
The box score:
ALL STAI
AB
1Xrihara, ss........4
'Futakanmi, of.......3
Sugal, rf ..........4
Nitta, lb ...........4
Moni, c ............4
Takasu, If.....3
Otsumi, 2b .........3
Koshimoto, 3b......4
01h0, p ............3
Totals.......32
AB
Giles, 2b.. ....4
rucklewaiaz. cf .4
IHaggerty, 3b.......4
Ryrholm rf.......2
Friedman, rf .......1
r Dlllman, ss .....3
Froemke, lf ....,...3
Wilson, lb........3
Baker, c ........3
Benson, p .........3
Totals ........... 30
'Score by innings:
All Stars..........
Michigan .........:.
The summary: HomI
wartz. Stolen base
Nitta, Giles, Haggerty.
Fiutakami, Otsumi.
Tttkasu. Struck out:
by, Ono 4. Umpire: Gr,
Nurmi To S
For Honm
New York, May 27.-

y's game with _ __."'.;t.'.'...s
05 o'clock in- FIRATER{NITY IIOILSESHOES
as previously Phi Lambda Kappa, was the winnerS
in, fraternity horseshoes. They won
out over the Sigma Phi ,Epsilon in
RS5 the finals. Those who were left in
R H 0 A E the semi-finals were Phi Lambda
0 2 2 3 1 Kappa, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Rhoj
0 12 0 0 Clhi, and Sigma Alpha Mu.
E1 0 9 0 0 INi)EI'ENDENT BASEBALL,
0 1 8. 1 0 The Mt. Clenmens club won the in-
o) 0 0 0 0'd ependent title in baseball easily de-
c.
0 0 1 2 0 feating Fletcher H-all, 12-0. Many of C
o 2 2 1 0o the men on thme team 'were members of
0 0 0 2 0' last yea r'sitl& winning team.
_____ INew York, May 27.--Babe Ruth was
1 7 24 9 1 ALL CAMPUS SENVL S released from St. Vincent's hospital
N' TPennais singles ware wbn by Paul here today, and watched his teamn-
R H 0 A I+_ Bruske. Thee tournament this year. mates split a double header with the
1 1 4 1 1 was the largest ever held under theI
1 2 3 0 0 auspices of the Int'ramural depart- Boston Red Sox. rThe New York#
1 1 1 mant a~l he om~titin ws rla-slugging star has been in hopes of
0. 1 2 0 0 Ilively stronger ' throughout. Those eunn ot aefrteps
0 01 0lasting in the singies happiened to b be en, at teng siansnce hisalle
0 0 1 20 0about the same as those in the doubt- bee btthenghymsicens wholhae
o 1 2 0 01, Cs. They. were Small, Kinkleman, a month ago, have refused to give
0 07 ~Segal, and Bruaske. Thme final betwveen thr consent.
0 0 72 0 Kinklemnan and Bruske went four Ruth has been working oft daily in
{) 0 6 0 0I sets before a decision of 8-6, 0-6, 8-6, j.the Yankee stadium for the past week
0, 0 1 1 0 Ian an effort to regain his old form be-
(G-2 was reached,
--___________ fore returning to the lineup,.lie will
3 6 27 7 2 - be retained on.thie bench for a few
H icti K etu "rnS !days niore, and then retturn. to his
000 100 000-1 ! position in the field.
000 000 12x-3 i 1To Track Tea ms~~ Manager Huggins is anxious to
e run: Puckle- have his star b~aek in the game in or-
s: Futakamii,' 1I den to get his team back in the pen-
Sacrifice hits:' Michigan's track squad will rest to-. ! nant- race. It is hoped that Ruth will
Sacrifice fly:f day in preparation for the strong Wis-; be ab~le to play Tuesday. The Yankees
by Benson 4,os1temwih hywllme have suffered heavly without the ser-
"cn vces of their star player, and have
een, 114 o'clock tomorrow in a dual meet! bc-A only able to wain 13 games out
on Fer'ry field. o 33.
lailThe Maize and Blue squad will lbe 1 In the conditioning workouts Ruth
Todav captained by Charlie Reinke star half; has riegained eight of the, 30 pounds
miler who will''lead th1e Wolverines thati he lost, due to his' long illness,
fPaoNri orn the rest of "the season. 1hlit-J,; ll_ far fromn his normaal condi-
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anid Ted Merodfili~s nine year old nec- htGatIlck'wowsoeae
on a short time ago will run in the ' ing Michigaii entries. Thlese two men
unornifrshedhl-iedstne:man mile. He is the best performer that m iay shut McAndrew,, into at third in
untanishd. ISteve has in this evenit and if hie is U. this event.
Rupnning his farewell race at the 'to his previous form he should finish: Both hurdle events, the shot pult,
Yainkee stadium~ last night the fleetrst oee ti ihypoal -dsustrw ihjmadpl
footed TFinn put un a desperate str u'- 'tfirt. hwlvernt iseighlyte prole(d5tiodhg jn , i(1
thathe illnot1)e n qiteas oodvault are the possible 1 =aces that the
gle bu lot b 10yads o Aan iclf-condition as he was previous to his ;'Badger squadl can win firsts. Mich-:
'rich, Penn' state runner. Johnny;
--ans e ok a-hr h operation. igau has piractically no hiurldlers5 that
Bar~as Ne Xok, as~thid. he The Michigan imentor expects to wvill be able to cope with those of the
'time was 1:56 4-5. tferedith's time
- enter as many men as possibW in all Mladison_ squad although they are had--,
T a gratF1:56hoe imlefetim te evenits and there will be as man ble to siurprise time coach by coining
Taegetsin hoennfl et ivinsm ofthm ticni ttog frafwpae.I te
raced to triumph at every distance a iei om fte.Wsosn'truhfrafwpae.I h
also promises to send a large repre-, shot put andmidsusd Schwarze will
from three-quarters of a muile to 5,_1 t have little or" no comp etition and lid
'000 meters from coast to coast was thoe te4analonetoute oitoiceinth
-'Manmy of thme events will be closely;cnas econe1nt paei h
fis~ocnrtuaeHlfih Nu.- i contested and though it is predicted 1 hiamimner.
ntl had beeni advised by fr'iends not hat the 'Wolverine .squad will win,a Should Kreiger be vaultinig in forms
to uderake tli, evnt.it willyiot be by much of a margin, lie may possibly outjumpi Northrup for j
Hubbard andl Wittman should finish flmrst place. McGinnmis can out jump
Stokhom, ay 7.-he iksagfirst and second in the century, Me-; any of the Michigan jumipers as lie
(lwe-.us ,asadptd -hereon- Anidrews~ of the Badger squmad prob-I consistently clears 6 feet 3 inches.

in Ilie ~ig eim s asfollws:style, and thme Michiganm relay team of
WV L Pct. which he was a mmember wonm first'
Michi;ami................. 5 1 .833 ; lc ntm ofrec meta li
Ohio. . ... ... ...... ... ... .3 1 .750 1pac Ci
l l itoi s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 7 5 0 a g o . B i l l w a s j u s t n s eIut f rQ
p'ia o . . . . . . . . . 60 lace in tie 40 yard free style at this cF oo tw 8 f ~
Imeet, and also lacked a little of plIac-;
'northwesten i............ 2, 2 .500in
igamong thme wimnners in the back-
Chicago has tied omne imatch. stroke. At thme close. of the season, t
j EEK'S ATHLETIC ETENTS I the 1925 team.A., J er I c
Bill wom'ked all summer on hist
I Today-Michigan vs Japanese backstroke evenit, and by time tinme he
IAll-Stars, at 4:05 o'clock. j 'had returned to school he had decid-
1 Friay-Mihiganvs Wicon- ed to transfer his efforts from thme -
sintrak eam at4:5 oclok. free style to this race. Kerr m stuck
Stra-ihgnvs (lw, oggedly to his task and won thme 150!IPA EY U R E
I SatrdayMichgan owa, yard backstroke against Chicago in'2
in baseball, at 2:30 o'clock. 2:03. Not satisfied with this mark r=for s
___________________he continued to perfect his style, and .
'only suffered one defeat in a dua~l Personal Engraved Cards Now-
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