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IN DASH EVENTS
Guthrie, Ohio Star, Expected To Lead
Team In Hurdles, High Jump, And
Broad Jump Compe iton
MILE RACE FEATURED
Michigan will open its 1926 home
outdoor track season when the Wol-
verines compete in the annual dual
meet with Ohio State at 2:30 o'clock
this afternoon on Ferry field..
The Wolverines proved to the Con-
ference track enthusiasts that they
are to be seriously considered for the
Big Ten outdoor championship by de-
feating the strong Iowa team last
week, and with a fast track at Ferry
field today Michigan should triumph
over the Buckeyes. The Ohio State
team has some of the most brilliant
stars in the Conference in Phin Guth-
rie, Kennedy, and Irwin, but the all-
round strength of the Ohio team does
not compare fdvo:ably with the
strongly balanced Maize and Blue
squad.
Michigan is expected to score heav-
ily in the 100 and 220 yard dashes.
Hester, Leschinsky, and Kelly form a
dash trio that no other Conference
school can duplicate this season, and
it is not likely that Irwin and Grim,
the Buckeye entries, can garner many
points in such fast competition. Las-
ser, Leschinsky, and Kelly' will run in
the furlong race, Hester confinimfg his
activities to his favorite ovent, the
100 yard dash,
Feinsinger, Herrnstein, Mueller, and
Ohlheiser will constitute the Michigan
entry in the 440 yard race. Bevan of
the Ohio team is expected to give'
Feins ger a great race for first place
honors, having covered the distance in'
50 seconds in a dual meet with Min-
nesota last week.
Coach Farrell has chosen Hornber-
ger, Wagner, Beals, and Bean to run
in the 880 yard race. Hornberger has
fully recovered from his leg injury
received last winter, and has been
turning in the best time of his ca-
reer as a member of the Michigan
,track teams. Toley, Buckeye sopho-
more star, has been credited with 2
minutes 1-3 seconds in the half mile,
and cyill be a strong contender i to-
day's race.
The feature race of the meet is ex-
pected in the mile race when Kennedy,
Conference indoor mile champion, will
p compete against Captain Freyberg,
Jung, and Gibbs, of Michigan. Loomis
and Swisher are a strong pair of mil-
ers and are considered point men for
the Buckeyes. Coach Castleman may
change his entry in the mnile race and
put Kennedy in the two mile run
against Callahan, Wells, and Isken-
darian.
Ohio is expected to score heavily in
the high and low hurdles. Michigan
failed to place in either of these events
in the dual meet with the Hawkeyes,
and can not hope to fare well against
the Scarlet and White hurdlers, who
are considered among the best in the
Conference.
Phin Guthrie, one of the best hurd-
lers in the country, is scheduled to
shatter the existing hurdle records
made on Ferry field. The Buckeye
star has reached the height of his ca-
-reer this season and should take first
place in both the low and high hurdle
events.
Ohio is conceded a first place in the
high jump with Anson and Guthrie
competing. Anson has cleared the
bar at 6 feet 4 inches, while Guthrie
can jump 6 feet. Weeks, Roth, Waldo,
McCain, and Behlman are entered for
Michigan.
' Anson and Guthrie are also entered
in the broad jump, both being able to

jump near the 24 foot mark. Coach
Farrell has made a large entry in this
event in an effort to uncover a good
jumper to take the place bf De Hart'
Hubbard, negro broad jump champion,
who graduated last June.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified colmuns.-Adv.

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Today

Feely's Men To
Meet Illini
Golf Team Today
Michigan's Varsity Golf team will
meet the University of Illinois squad
at 2 o'clock this afternoon on the
Ann Arbor Country Club links.
The Illinois team ranks with the
best in the Conference and Captain
Andy Anderson is expected to be in
top forni for the meet today. He will
have as his mates Ralph Kundstadter,1
William Mason, and William Tewks-
berry.I
The men who will play for the Wol-
verines this afternoon include, Cap-
tain Feely, Addison Connors, Robert
Newman and Ralph Cole.
BABLLNINE TO
Michigan meets Minnesota today in
the second game of the week-end tour.
The game has an added significance
because of the unexpected defeat Il-
linis, who was leading the Confer-
ence, suffered at the hands of Chicago
Thursday.
The Illini lost 7 to 6 in 14 innings
and went into second place, Minne
sota gaining the top position by vir-
tue of a perfect record since the be-
ginning of the season. In the game
Chicago got 14 hits off the hitherto
almost unhittable Indian pitchers,
whilethe Illinois batters, five of them
near the top in Big Ten batting were
able to get only five hits.
Jablonowski will pitch for Michigan,
and Guzzy will probably pitch for Min-
nesota. This same pair of hurlers
faced each other a year ago on Ferry
field, and Guzzy won a 1 t 0 victory
over Jablonowski.
Including the Michigan, Minnesota
game there are eight Big Ten teams
which will see action today, the other
games are: Illinois at Ohio State,
Indiana at Purdue, and Northwestern
at Iowa.
NDNPOLIS THLETIC
CLUB SIGNS PPENGTH
Richard Papenguth, '2Ed, a veteran
of the Varsity swimming team for
three years, has signed a contract to
coach swimming at- the Indianapolis
athletic club. He will begin his work
immediately after the close of school
this June.
Papenguth won his letter for work
as a fancy diver and 220 yard dash-
man in 1923, '24, and '25. Last season
he was ineligible to compete for Mich-
igan because of the three year rule,
but as coach of the Ann Arbor high
school swimming team, he had a suc-
cessful season, his team winning all
its dual meets and placing third in
the state championships.
Papenguth's marriage to Miss Gol-
deen Reese of Lansing has just been
announced.
ALL-CAIPUS HORSESHOE
3EET TO START TUESDAY
First round matches in the all-cam-
pus singles and doubles horseshoe
tournaments will get under way next
Tuesday afternoon with 52 men par-
j CHEER SQUAD TRYOUTS
Daily workouts are slated for
the cheering squad at Ferry field j
for the remainder of the semes-
ter. They will be held at four
o'clock, and all freshmen who
wish to try out for the squad
will report at that time.
W. A. Warrick,
Cheerleader.

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COACH MA THER MAKES THIRD CUT nr(
IN FRESHMAN BASEBALL SQUAD
Coach Edwin . Mather has re- Of the original group of battery can-
duced the number of the yearling dia- didates numbering 30, who came out
mond aspirantsn the6 sy makigthree I for a trial, there are but 13 left at the(e
successive cuts in the squad. He now j (By Associated Press)
has the number thinned out suffic- present time. . The pitchers include NEW YORK Ma 7.The N York
iently so that he may give the remain- Asbeck, Dahl, Gilmartin, Montague N7.-The Y
ing candidates more intensive and per- Stunberg, Whitney, Lowe, Whittle and Yankees broke their losing streak
sonal attention. From now on the Rowe. There are four bmckstops, here today, defeating the Tigers, 7-6,
cots will be smaller and at less fre- Reichman, Nissen, Truskosk , and in an 11 inning game. Collin's single,
quent intervals. Every man will b IDuckman, remaining and they are i
givena chnce o prve hs wo t~agiing a spirited fight for the receiv- ?with one dlown in the 11th, sent Lazeri
given chance to prove his worth staggacross the plate with the winning tal-
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COURT TEAM TO LEAVE FOR TOLEDO;
TWELVE MATCHES TO BE PLAYED
Capt. Earl Krickbaum, accompanied Crane, Stephens, Vose, and Olian who
by seven other members of the Michi- will play in the order named. In ad-
gan tennis squad will leave at 9:45 dition to these Finkleman has been
o'clock this morning for Toledo where selected to play as number six, while

before being dropped from the squad.
ticipating in the annual championship
contests.
Eight teams have been entered in the
doubles tourney, while 32 men have
filed entries in singles.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified columns.-Adv.

ing pos uon-
n. ily.
In the infield, the ight for positions Ruth hit his sixth homer of the sea-
centers at first ba and shortstop. son in the first inning with Gehrig
Cohen, Drake, Heistedt, McCoy, and on base. Pennock relieved Hoyt in
Storen are the men striving for the the eighth and Detroit got to him in
job of guarding the initist sack. the ninth for a run which sent the
There are six shortstop candidates game into extra innings.
remaining, th'e number including Me- Kenneth Holloway was in the box
sic, Lyman, Morse, Doran and Cen- for the Detroit team and pitched a
tanni. Morse appears to be the pick fairly consistent game but Ruth's
of the group at the present time. homer proved his undoing.

they will meet te Toledo tennis club
this afternoon at that city.I
Paul Leidy, Michigan's tennis coach
in 1923, has been largely responsible
for arranging the meet this afternoon,
-and has received the cooperation of
Michigan alumni in Toledo.
Twelve matches will be played this
afternoon instead of the usual five;
eight of them will be singles and four
will be doubles encounters. This has
been arranged to furnish some of the
more promising scrubs on the squad
an opportunity to gain experience in
competition.
Michigan will present a strong front
in her five regulars; Krickbaum,

Slowinski has earned the seventh
T:lace. After heated competition which
has lasted all week Toevs has been se-
lected as the one most capable of
winning his match as the eighth man.
He will be paired with Olian to form
the fourth doubles combination.
Vose and Stephens will play in their
accustomed position as Michigan's
premier doubles team while Krick-
baum and Crane will again be the
second pair. Slowinski and Finkle-
man play well together and have been
selected as the third team.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified columns.-Adv.

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