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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 192ZG

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FRESHMEN TO MEET
BADGERS SATURDAY
I.sconsii Tracketi Show Strength
In Defeating Iowa ,-y Score
Of 68 To 67

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PYLE SAYS SITZANNE WILL
TOURU. S. FOR FILM WORK
(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, May 11.-Suzanne
Lenglen's visit to the United
States for film work and tennis
exhibitions is assured, C. C.
Pyle, sports promoter, said today,
just before his departure with
his protege, "Red" Grange, for
California, where the football
luminary will make his debut aq
a movie actor.
The' French courts star will
have the sanction of the French
Lawn Tennis association, Pyle
announced, adding that he could-
n't see how the U. S. L. T. A.
'can but do likewise under the
circumstances." He plans a trip
to France in June to complete
the arrangements recently initi-

Robertson Renews
Contract At Penn
BERLENB CH BOUV ,
To Meet Stri ling uI Yankee eita ' it)m
1 01 1 ight Ieav i ght ::::::
CNaEm10sionship
JUNE 10 IS DATE SETr

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Deteiunined toe'ipe out their defeat
last week by the Illini freshmen,
Coach Charles B. Hoyt's yearling
track squad is pointing for the meet
on Saturday with the Wisconsin squad,
which defeated the Iowa team last
Saturday by a 68-67 score.
In conquering Iowa the Badgers
proved that they are a powerful scor-
ing combination for the Hawkeyes
are a well-balanced -aggregation, as
was shown when they outscored all
their rivals in the indoor all-Confer-
ence telegraphic meet. Judging on
this basis, the Wolverines should come
out victorious because of their 46 1-3
to 43 2-3 triumph over *the Badgers
during the indoor year.
Since the indoor season several
brilliant stars have been developed at
Wisconsin. Hummell scored a total
of 10 points in th'e sprints against
Iowa. This speedy runner was timed
in :10.2 in the 100 yard dash to win
that event. Besides this he tied for
second in the 220 in the good tine of
:22.4 and placed third in the quarter
in :51.8 seconds.
Kelly, Michigan captain, should win
the half from Walter of the Cardinals,
who beat the Hawks i& 2:02.4. The
Wolverine leader has gone under this
time on several occasions and has
even been credited with 1:59.4 for the
distance. In the mile and two mile
Goldsworthy bears the brunt of the
Wisconsin burden, but his best time of
r 4:39.4 does not compare with Smith's
mark of 4:36 in the mile, and Monroe
may also run the distance in faster
time.
Wisconsin hurdlers are compara-
tively weak, especially the low hurd-
lers, who failed to score one point
against the Hawkeyes. In the high
barriers, Kinney and McDonald should
give the Badger pair of Sparger and
Marsh a good race.
The Michigan weight men will un-
doubtedly pile up a heavy total in the
shot, discus, and hammer. Saunder-
son and Carlson in the discus have
done more than 117 feet 6 inches
which represents the best perform-
ances of Taylor 4nd Engeleike. Ketz{
and Carlson have a decided advantage
over Johnson in the hammer throw,
and it is even probable that the Wol-
verines will score a slam in that event.
Carlson also should win the shot if
he tosses the ball close to 40 feet as
he has been doing of late.
In the javelin the Badgers have a
chance to forge ahead and may also
score eight p oints in the pole vault,
where Lepnd and Moldenhauer are
clearing 12 feet with regularity. Wil-
son should defeat his rival, Roberts,
in the broad jump if he spans his
usual distance of about 22 feet, but
Roberts seems almost certain to de-
feat Kinney and Lane in the high
jump.
SWIM MEET AT UNION
TO DRA 85 ENTRIES
With a total number of 85 men en-
tered at a late hour yesterday and
with a score or more entries expected
before noon today, the second annual
all-campus swim meet will get under
way tonight at the Union pool with
a number of participants that will ex-
ceed last year's total number of 70
competitors.
Competition this year will be held
in nine events, the 25 and 50 yard free
style, breast stroke, and back stroke,
220 yard free style, fancy diving, and,
75 yard medley relay race.
Records made in last year's meet
are expected to be broken tonight.
The time in the events last year was
uplusually slow, Aldrich's time of 12
and 8-10 seconds in the 25 yard free
style being the best mark made.
As in last year's meet, winners of
live or more points will be awarded
jerseys with numerals, it was an-
nounced by officials of the intramural
department.
BUDAPEST.-Hungary has definite-

ly decidedto participate in the Davis
cup lawn tennis championships. The
1-hungarian tea' will play Argentina
iiiPBarcelona, and, if not eliminated,
will play Spain in ?Madrid.
Patronize I,-dly .Advertisers.Adv.

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COMPTIT E SPOTShowever,
his right
NEW YORK, May 11.A virtual bhi rii
ending of athletic competition for the cha
young, women was urged today at the tBillyt
second day's session of the convention ney, atte
of the Women's Division of the Am- behalf of
ateur Athletic association. any heav
Elimination of rules, written for sey prefe
men for various sports, and the re- or its ac(
moval of the championship idea from was acce
women's colleges, were advocated, licensed
Speakers agreed that more atten-
tion should be paid to the kind of purpose
athletics and physical training suited than take
to the individual than to the ruthless stars, wit
"physical destruction" which was at- schools.
tributed to the work of women's foot- Miss I
ball and basketball teams. iprofessor

YQ RK, May 11.-Approval of
d's light heavyweight chan-
between Paul Berlenbach,
Aer, and Young Stribling at
kee stadium June 10th was
oday by the Eate Athletic
ion, despite objection by
J. Fugazy, Ebbets Field pro-
Formal contracts for the
ere signed just a few hours
pplication for sanction was
Tex Rickard.
y, who has Berlenbach and
aney signed for a title match
s Feld June 22nd, protested
ground that the commission
iously ruled that Delaney is
anding challenger. The board,
ruled Delaney had forfeited
t as the leading challenger.
ng to sign with Rickard after
npion had signed a contract.
ibson, manager of Gene Tun-
npted to file a challenge in
f Tunney for a match with
yweight in the world, Demp-
erred. Neither the challenge
companying check for $2,500
pted, because Tunney is not
in this state.
of physical benefit rather
the form of effort to become
n medals, or vanquish other
Louise Patterson, assistant
of athletics at the Univer-

CRANE ISSUES CALL ro 1900 TEAMS 1NVITE
IN.INTERSCHOLA
FIEIMN TENNIS TEAMFifteen events have been carded on
he program for Michigan's 26th annu-
All freshmen who expect t o try out al outdoor interscholastic track and'
for the freshman tonnis team are re- field meet to be held here Friday and
quested to report to Richard Crane at Saturday at Ferry field, and more than
3 o'clock this afternoon on the Var- 900 'teams have been invited to com-
sity courts on Ferry hiold. Those mak- fpete. *'
ing the team will receive numerals The week-end performances will
and will compete in several matches start at 2 o'clock. Friday, with thel
before the close of school. preliminaries of the track meet, and
It is especiai y urged that the menthe Michigan-Ohio baseball game
report promptly so that an intelligent scheduled at 4:05 o'clock will complete
choice may be made from the tryouts the activities for the day. At 10 o'-
for a team of five men to face the Var- clock Saturday the finals of the track
sity reserves in a meet which will be meet will be run off, at 2:30 o'clock
iplayed either Friday afternoon or Sat- the Varsity will engage the Ohio ten-
urday morning on the Varsity courts nis team in a match, and at 4:05 o'-
while the regulars are away on their clock, the baseball team will play the
invasion of other Big Ten schools. invading Illini. As an added enter-
A departure has been made from the i tainment, a banquet will be given at
previous policy toward the freshmen 16 o'clock Friday at the Union for those
meI in that the squad will be limited competing in the interscholastic meet.
tc members of the class of '29 irre- The events to be held in the meet
spective of number of years residence are: 100 yard dash, 220 yard dash,
on the campus. In the past it has 440 yard run, 880 yard run, mile run,
been found that the participation of 1 120 yard high hurdles, 220 yard low
these upperclassmen robs the true hurdles, half mile relay, 12 pound shot
yearlings of both awards and valuable put, pole vault, running broad jump,
experience. high jump, discus :throw, hammer'
The present lineup of the Varsity throw, and javelin throw.
reserves includes Finkleman, Slowin-| Last year, Detroit Northwestern
ski, Toevs, O'Brien, and Larson, who |high school, by taking four first places
will play singles in the order named. and placing 11 men in 7 events, won
The first two are expected to form the meet with a -total of 34 points.
one doubles combination, with the Kalamazoo Central was tied for second
next two making up the other. The place with Ilarveyfi Illanei,ohsciasO
relative positions of these two teams place with Harvey, Illinois, each with
has not been decided. 10 points, Detroit Northeastern was
fourth with 7 1-2 points, and Lans-
Giovanni Raicevich, claimant of the ing and Ann Arbor tied for fifth, with
world's Greco-Roman wrestling chain- a score of 7 tallies each.
pionship, defeated Samson Bahn of Only two records were broken in
Germany, in 24 minutes. the meet last year, one in the track

D TO COMPETE
STIC TRACK MEET
and one in the field events. In the
former, the Detroit Northwestern team
broke the half mile relay record of
1:33 1-5 that has existed since 1903,
being timed in 1:32.6. In the javelin
throw, Whitlock, of Danville, Illinois,
bettered his own former mark of 161
feet, 4 1-2 inches, by hurling the stick
183 feet, 5 1-2 inches.
Records in the running events are.
much more recent than those in the
field events. However, the oldest rec-
ord for the Michigan interscholastic is
in the 100 yard dash where the mark
of :10 seconds has stood since 1904,
when set by Hogenson, Lewis Insti-
tute, Chicago. Since that time the
mark has been equalled twice, in 1906
and 1913.
In the running broad jump and high
jump, the records have been unbrok-
en since 1906. The broad jump mark
of 23 feet, 5 inches, will probably go
untouched this year, while the same
will probably hold true for the high
jump, with the mark set at 6 feet, 1 1-4
inches.
Thedother meet records follow: 220
yard dash,,:21.4; 440 yard run, :50.2;
880 yard run, 1:56; 120 yard high
hurdles, 15.8; 220 low hurdles, :24.4;
shot put, 50 feet, 4 inches; pole vault,
12 feet '5-8 inches; discus throw, 130
feet; hammer throw, 1.70 feet, 3 inches.
CINCINNATI.-The Cincinnati Reds
today purchased the veteran pitcher,
George Dumont, from the Minneapolis
club. The deal becomes -effective at
once.
Read. the Wiant Ads

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Lawson Robertson
tawson Robertson, head coach of
the track team and trainer of the foot-
ball squad at the University of Penn-
sylvania, has been engaged for anoth-
er five years. He is ranked as one of
the most famous track mentors in the
country and is coach of the American
Olympic track teams.

While declaring that all girls should i sity of Michigan, discussed the train-
have some form 'of athletics, speakers I ing of girls 'as assistant to physical
felt this exercise should be for the directors.

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mand this year for our merchandise
will encourage our staff to serve you
with enthusiasm and supply your
demand for Spring with quality plus
service. Langrock Fine Clothes com-
pete with the world's largest
makers of standard quality clothes,
having served university men for
more than a quarter of a century.

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