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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE STX

STUESDAY, MAY 4, 12

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THDBYRROR
Associated Press Dispatches Fail To
Give Wolverine Leader Credit
For 80 Victory
VOELKER STILL OUT
Due to an error in the Associated
Press dispatches that were carried in
all of the newspapers on Sunday
morning, Capt. Dick Freyberg was re-
ported to have taken third place in the
half mile event in the dual meet with
Iowa Saturday, whereas the star Wol-
verine leader captured the event in
1:58.4.
Captain Freyberg ran a great race
in the one mile run, taking' scond
place behind Chet Jung, and then
went out in the half mile event and
gave another great exhibition, uncork-
ing a brilliant spurt at the finish to
defeat Sorenson, the Hawkeye star, by
six inches.
Ted Hornberger, who was credited
with the victory, also ran a splendid
race, taking third honors.
The Iowa sauad loomed as almost
certain winners in the dual competi-
tion after the two hurdle events and
the high jump were run off. The
Hawkeyes slammed in the two former
events, and took first and second, and
tied for -third in the latter event, scor-
ing 26 1-2 points out of a possible
27 in these events.
The two mile race followed after
Iowa took the lead as a result of their
overwhelming success in the above
events, and considerable depended on
this race, with Hunn, the Hawkeye
star distance man, favored to win.
Roy Callahan and Charles Wells
blasted Iowa's hopes by taking first
and second, respectively. The jave-
lin throw, the final event on the pro-
gram, definitely determined the re-
sult when Phil Northrup captured the
event with his best heave of the seas-
on, 195 feet.
Emil Voelker, star hurdler, who was
unable to compete Saturday because
of a strained tendon sustained three
weeks ago"in practice, will be out
of competition at least until the dual
meet with Illinois two weeks from
Saturday, according to an announce-
ment made yesterday by Coach Steve
Farrell.,
Coach Farrell will not hold trials
this week to determine the entries for
Saturday's meet. He announced yes-
terday that the men who made the trip
to Iowa will again represent Michigan
Saturday, with the addition of more
than 12 other members of the squad.
BIG TEN TERMS TUNEUP
FOR CONFERENC MEET
(Special to The Daily)
IOWA CITY, Ia., May 3.-A tuning-
up process by means of dual meets
will be the lot of Western Confer-
ence track teams for the three Satur-
days. Then, with athletes in top form,
the ten teams will pit their strength
in the struggle for the championship
at Iowa City, May 28 and 29.
A band of athletes numbering be-
tween 150 and 200 will appear on
Iowa field for the classic of the seas-
on. For the first time in history, the
meet is a closed affair and no non-
Conference teams with a few stars
will cut in on the-Big Ten point totals.
Advance indications are that the
team fight will lie between Iowa, in-
doqr 'champion; Michigan, indoor and
outdoor champion of 1925; Illinois,
with splendid team-balance, and Wis-
consin, which has mustered strength
since the indoor season.
The University of Iowa, entertain-
ing the Conference athletes for the
second time in 26 years of Big Ten
history will offer one of the fastest
tracks in the country.

A minor attraction will be the an-
nual interscholastic track meet with
several " hundred middle western
youths competing on Friday, May 28.
Athletes from the states of Iowa, Il-
linois, Indiana, Minnesota, Wisconsin
and Nebraska have been invited.
Set Deadline For
Baseball Entries

Freshman Squad
Will Run Illinois
Trackmen FridayI
With the first outdoor meet of the
season a tie, Michigan's freshman
track squad will engage the Illinoi
yearlings on Friday and Saturday in
a dual telegraphic meet.
The Illinois yearlings, second place
team in the all-Conference indoor
telegraphic meet, are expected to
furnish fast competition for the Wol-
verine team, especially in the track
events.
A feature race is expected in the
half mile run when Kelley, Michigan,
hooks up with McIrvine and Hamlett,
Illinois stars. Kellep turned in a
mark of 1:59.2 in the Gopher meet
Saturday, while McIrvine won the in-
door Big Ten meet in 1:58.5 and Ham-
lett was fourth in 2:00.8. All three
performances are exceedingly fast for
freshman competition. Hough and
Medsger, Michigan, should also be
in the running; in this event.
Illinois is also expected to show
well in the dash events, with Rogers,'
Moller, and Sherwood as the main'
stars. The Michigan dashmen failed.
to place first or second in the meet
with Minnesota because of a strong
wind, Leonard's performance of :10.3
being the best of the day. However,;
the men are capable of running the
century and furlong in fast time, and
should press the Illinois team hard
for wins in these eventN.
In the 440 yard run, the Illini area
particularly strong, with Hollings
worth, Orlovich, Bergstrum, Gilchrist,'
and Shuse all turning in fast times,
but they will find fast men in Kelley,
Kendrick, and Hunt, who finished first,
second, and third respectively in the
Minnesota meet.
The Michigan team appeared to be
weak in only two events, the pole
vault and high jump. However, then
Urbana aggregation have also shown,
poor form in these two events, with
Bangert the best bet in the high jump,
and Heikes in the pole vault.
Wilson's leap of 21 feet 7 1-2 inches
in the broad jump was particularly
encouraging in the; last meet, and he
should find little trouble in winning
this event.
Ketz, Michigan, with a heave of 130
feet 9. inches to his credit in the ham-
mer throw, should place well up in
the scoring, while Carlson or Wilson
will probabaly take points in the shot
put.
The Tipperary club, champion lhurl-
ers of Ireland, will play against a
team of experts in Chicago, June 6.

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Neville, who was in Jablonowski's
place at third base, was then safe
' when he beat out a hit to Tobin, at
short stop. Jablonowski duplicated
Neville's play, also speeding to first
base before Tobin's throw reached
tljere, allowing Kubicek to score. Loos
ended the inning, hitting to Tobin, who
this time threw the ball to Captain
Druckamiller at second, forcing Jab-
lonowski.
But one Hoosier runner succeeded
in getting as far as third base, the
lone exception coming in the sixth
ii'ning when Rosebrough, who reached
second when Loos failed to take in
his grounder, scored the single tally
for his team when Derr singled to
'center field.
But two men reached second on Jab-
lonowski, and but nine meen succeed-
ed in reaching first base.j
Michigan filled the bases in the fifth
inning with but one out, but Vojeth#
pitched himself out of this hole by
fanning Jablonowski and Loos. Mil-
ler reached first on a single, Puckel-
wartz walked, and Kubicek advanced
them a base with a pretty sacrifice.;
Miller then gave a splendid exhibi-
tion of clever base-running when Ne-
ville hit to the Indiana third sacker.
Miller, instead of dashing for home
on the hit, ran but a few steps, fore-j
ing the Indiana players to try and,
run him down, then he slid safely1
back to third.

BOX

Suzanne's Father
Tells Secrets Of
Daughter's Skill

FR EYBERG AND GLOVER JOIN LIST
OF PHI BETA KAPPA AT#ILETES

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eville, 3b.......... 4 1
ablonowski, p .... 4t
Totals ..........32
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osebrough, rf ..... 4
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(By Associated Press)
PARIS, May 3.-Speed and accuracy
are the secret of success in tennis,
apa" Lenglen has told "L'Aupo",
the French sporting paper, in, an in-
terview on the success of his daugh-
ter, Suzanne.
"When Suzanne was young, she was
frail and delicate," Paiia Lenglen
said. "I wanted to develop her
physique. I first thought of swim-
ming, but remembered that I had been
a tennis player in my youth, and be-
gan to give her 15 minutes- a lesson
I daily. I made her play the same
stroke twenty times over until she
played the ball in the 'exact spot I
indicated, a pure legend, but speed
and accuracy are what I concentrated
on.
"One day," he said, "Cordighera
club' invited the Nice club to send
its best player to a tournament. Mme.
Lenglen and Suzanne went to the
tournament, Suzanne being then about
13. The secretary of the club receiv-
ed the pair and asked Mme. Lenglen
to get ready to play. 'I am not going
to play, it is my daughter," she said.
"The 'secretary grimaced and
answered, "The Nice club must be
hard up for players to send out chil-
dren.
"Well the little girl won everything,
to the stupefaction of the secretary,"
continued PApa Lenglen. "Another
day at the Casino I asked a fortune
teller if my daughter would become
a champion of France. The woman
replied 'better than that, oh, yes, much
better than that.' After that I had
nothing to say against those who fore-
tell the future."

Two more Michigan athletes, Rich-,
ard If. Freyberg, '26,# and Frederick!
S. Glover, '27, were recently voted in-'
to membership in Phi eta Kappa,
national honorary scholastic fratern-
ity; and these with the addition of
Nathan P. Feinsinger, '26, bring the
total of Varsity athletes elected this
past year to three.
Freyberg, captain of the Varsity
track team, has been running onl
Coach Stephen J. Farrell's track
squads for the bast three years, an(l
was also a member of the yearlingI
team, during his freshman year at the
University, winning his numerals.
His event was changed this last
year to the mile when-Coach Farrell's
two mile relay team was hit by inel-
igibility and sickness, and the veter-,
an coach decided to build up a strong
four mile quartet. In the mile run

at Patten gymnasium during thein-
door Conference meet. Freyberg prov-
ed that he was just as capable at the
.mile as at the half when lie forced
i Kennedy of Ohio State university, to
a new record of 4:23 in this event,
,inishing a strong second.
Glover was a member of the Varsity
golf squad which last year swept
through to a Conference chamjion-
snip. In the qualifying round for
the Varsity squad this year he.slump-
ed to 166 on the 36 hole test, but in
the recent dual meet he defeated his
Buckeye opponent with a 79 for 18
holes.
Coach J. W. Wilce and Director St.
John of Ohio State university, have
been asked for suggestions for an atli-
letic program for the police and fire
departments of Columbus.

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Totals ...........32 1 5

Summary: Two base hit-Kubicek.
Struck out-By Jablonowski 8, Vojeth
3. Bases on balls-Off Jablonowski
3; Vojeth 1. Left on bases-Michigan
3; Indiana 6. Double plays-Kubicek
to Wilson; Correll to Vojeth. Hit by
pitcher-Edgar.
Germany has more than 800,000 ath-
l t I. tnollJl in soccer football lea-

How Did
Your Garters
Look
This Morning.

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I Big Reduction on All Spring Suits

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*Sabetha, Kansas, .high school was I
the first of 2,000 high schools l of the l
middle west to submit an entry list
for the Iowa interstate interscholastic i
track and field meet to be held May'
28.

No More
Sidd.ing Garters!
AGRIPPA -WEB makes garters act in an
entirely new way-and only in Bostons can
this web be had. Even when worn very loose
it will not slip. It cannot curl and yet it is
remarkably soft and light. Here in fact is a
practical, comfortable, ventilated-web garter.
\ In many pleasing colors, 50c the pair.

GEORGE FIZOST CUM PANY
MAKERS
SoaTON

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Class baseball games for today and
tomerrow were announced yesterday
by the intramural department. To-
day the freshman lits play the junior
lits at 3:15 o'clock, and the all-medics
will engage 'the all-dents at 4:15 o'-
clock.
Tomorrow the' sophomore lits play
the pharmics at 3:15 o'clock, and the
junior engineers and the senior engin-
eers stage their game at 4:15 o'clock.
Announcement was also made by
the department that the entries for
independent baseball and for the

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