Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

May 14, 1926 - Image 6

Resource type:
The Michigan Daily, 1926-05-14

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Vncr I


F ll), Y, MAY 14, A126


.. . .

V ______________\




AU u~jlhIflI1fljJ,

....... ... ..... lft

--- -- 0- -Mlik




Teams Of Coaches Kipke And Ed-
wards Earn Right To Play For
Tile Tomiiorrow
Coach Harry Kipke's Blue eleven
and Tom Edwards' Green team earn-
<d the right to compete in the final
game of the season, which is carded
as the feature of the Fathers' day pro-
gram Saturday afternoon, by winning
their respective games played in yes-
,terday afternoon's practice. Slaught-
er's' White team, which was defeated
by the Blues 9 to 0, and Cappon's Red
eleven which suffered a 9 to 7 defeat
by the Greens will play this afternoon
in a consolation game on the prac-
tice field behind Yost field house.
Kipke's eleven scored in the first
few minutes of play, gaining two
points on a safety. Norris, playing
end for the Whites, dropped behind his
own goal line to punt out of danger
but missed a. bad pass from the cen-
ter and wa downed behind the goal,
giving the Blues two points.I
The Blues again threatened to score
a touchdown on the next play after
the ball was placed on the 20 yard
line. Kipke's line rushed Norris and
gained possession of the ball on a
blocked punt. The White team's line
proved too strong and stopped the
rushes of Rich and Maresh.
The Rich to Maresh combination
proved a powerful factor in the of-
fense of the Blue team, Maresh mak-
ing two sensational catches of Rich's
passes near the end of the half. The
*irst one completed netted about 15
yards, and the second 20.
Strategy on the part of Rich Blue
halfback, scored thefirst touchdown
of the game, Rich carried the ball on 1
five successive plays and totaled about
35 yards gain, running on off tackle
plays and end runs on fake forward
pass formations. With the ball on the
20 yard line, Rich threw a pass to
Wiard, who leaned high into the air
and snared the ball just as he cross-
ed the goal. Rich kicked goal, making
the score of 9 to 0 in favor of the
Blue team.
The feature contest of the afternoon
proved to be the Green-Red encount-
er, the outcome of which was in doubt
until the final whistle, when the Green
team came from behind to defeat the
Reds who were leading by one point.
At the start of the game Dahlem,
playing quarter for the Greens, pick-
ed up a fumble and ran 35 yards be-
fore he was downed by Parker, Red
guard. Neither team was able to ad-
vance the ball much during the next
few minutes of play, and then Gombis
brought the pigskin to the Green 25
yard line and attempted a place kick.
The ball went wide by 15 yards.
Neither team was able to score in
the first half, but in the third quarter,
heath blocked Dahem's punt, and ran
30 yards for a touchdown. Gombis
kicked from placement to add the ex-
tra point. The offensive was then as-
sumed by the Green team but at first
they were able to make little head-
way against their opponents.
Gombis' punt in the last quarter
of the game was blocked by Fogg,
who took the ball to the Red's seven
yard line. A series of line plays net-
ted the Green team six yards, and
then with but one down to go, a fake
end run was executed by Dahlem, who
circled the right wing for a touch-
down. Steinecker blocked Ioasi's per-
fect place kick, thereby preventing a
With a minute left to play, a pass
from Dahlem to Fogg brought the
ball to the Red's 25 yard line. ,Two


Capt. Earl Krickbau
panied by Dick Crane
Stephens, Jim Vose,;
Olian, left at 3:49 o'cl(
lay for Madison wher
play the University of
tennis team this afteri
The Michigan team
I slightly handicappedc
I past week by injuries1
4 in good condition for
day trip. Krickbaum's
I has responded to trea
Stephens expects to be
foot trouble. Crane
bothered by blisters o
I but is now playing th4
nis of his career at M

in, accom-


ock yester-
e they will Gaines This Week-end Will Resuit In
Wisconsin I Rise And Fall Of Many Title
oon. Seeking Aspirants
has been
but is now
their four ___
s sore arm
tment, and - BIG TEN STANDINGS
rid of his I.
has been W. TL. Pet.
n his feet, Michigan ..........r 1 .833
a best ten-, Illinois.5 1 .833
ichigan. tn- Purdue 5 3 .625
!!g Wisconsin .. . 2 .600
Minnesota......... 2 2 .500
Northwestern...... 3 4 .429
Ohio State......... 2 3 .400
E E Chicago...........2 8 .400
Indiana........ ...1 4 .200l
BASEAL~ fl Iowa 0 5 .000
Western Conference baseball fol-

(By Associated Press) I U " T I 09
BOTN -May 13.E- Loose
fieldingand heavy hitting mark- TO
ed today's 13-10 victory of Ty #
Cobb's Tigers over the Red Sox. j Students Will Be Allowed To Compete
Both teams used four pitchers, # At Barton Him, Three Days
Boston's moundsmen granting 12 Each Week
The hitting of Wingo for De- COURSE IN GOOD SHAPE
troit, and five errors by the
local team aided Detroit in eve-
ning the series. Due to the persistent efforts of
Michigan students to gain permission
to play cn the Barton Hills golf
course, officials of the country club
RUTH HITS ITWO flM j have entered upon a new plan this
spring, and students are now eligible
+lI to enter a tournament to be held Tues-
day afternoon.
Two weeks ago playing privileges,
were granted to students, and on the
(By Associated Press) opening day there was a turnout of
NEW YORK, May 13.- By driving more than 40 players.-The course is
out two homers today and bringing now open to play on Monday, Tues-
his season's total up to 10, Babe Ruth day and Friday of each week.
reached an even footing with his pace This tournament has been arranged
in 1921 when he gathered his record in order to create an interest in the
crop of 59 circuit blows. The Yan- i game and the regular green fees will
kee slugger must collect his 11th to- be charged along with a small addi-
morrow, however, if he is to keep up tional amount to pay for the prizes
with his record gait. for the winners in the tournament.
Since getting started, however, the The tourney will be run on straight
Bambino has been hitting for the cir- medal score, and no handicaps will
cuit at an even faster clip this year be granted. The number of prizes
than he did five seasons ago. In 19211 has not yet been decided.
he got his first homer on April 16 but At present the Barton Hills course
it was April 20 before lie blasted out is in excellent playing condition, and
the thiril one this spring. As a team in the event that the meet is a sue-
the Yankees are considerably ahead of cess another tournament will be ar-
their home run hitting pace of 1921, ranged later. More than 75 golfers
when they set a modern major league are expected to compete.
record with 134 for the season.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. the Classified colmuns.-Adv.


With six or seven freshmen already
showing excellent form, the yearling
tennis squad of 30 is engaged in an
elimination contest to determine the
five candidates who will play in the
matches Saturday morning against the
Varsity scrubs.
Horace Barton and King Moore are
the two outstanding candidates for
numerals, and if they continue their
present game, seem most certain to
be regulars on the Varsity squad in
another year or .two. Barton is singles
champion of South Dakota in both the
junior and men's divisions. Moore is
an Ann, Arbor player and has had
quite a bit of tournament play.
Other promising players include
Murphy, Kimball, Alyger, Forsyth, and

Freshmen To Play
Varsity Reserve
Netmen Saturday

Coach Steve Farrell's track men, the
Varsity reseryes, and Coach Chuck
Hoyt's yearlings will help entertain
the visiting fathers here at 2:30
o'clock Saturday at Ferry field in a
regular coipetitive track meet, with
a mile relay race as the feature at-
The events to be run are a half-
mile race, one mile race, 120 yard
high hurdles, one mile relay, 100 yard
dash, two mile run, 220 yard low
hurdles, and a 220 yard dash. These
events will be run in the order named.
Coach Hoyt has developed some ex-
cellent material from this year's year-
ling squad and they should provide
those Varsity and reserve men who
take part in the meet with some stiff
Heinie Groh, veteran third baseman,
has been unconditionally released by
the New York Giants.

Columbia, whose basketball
staked a championship comeback
year, now is headed for another
lege title-in baseball.


Michigan and Illinois first met in
baseball in 1893 and since that time
the two schools have engaged in 53.
contests, the Wolverines winning 36 of
the games and losing 16, the othera
game resulting in a tie'1
Between the years 1907 and 1917,)
the Wolverines did not compete in
Conference athletics, but from 1918 to
1920 the Maize and Blue team under
Carl Lundgren were successful in
winning five out of six times. Begin-
ning with the year 1920 Ray L. Fish-
er ' started as coach of the Michigan
team and under him the Wolverines
have won six out of the nine games
played with the University of Illinois.-
Since Coach Fisher assumed the du-
ties at Michigan the Illinois series
have always been of the crucial type,
their outcomein mostcases having-1
a definite bearing on the champion-.
ship. In 1921 Michigan lost the first
game to Illinois 3 to 1 with Dixon!
pitching and won the second 9 to 6 r
with the same man in the box, and
the end of the season found the Wol-
verines out of first place by a margin.
of half a game.
In 1922, Dixon again pitched for
Michigan, and as in the previous year
Michigan lost one game to the Illini,
3 to 7, and won 3 to 1. The end of
the season again found the Wolver-
ines out of first place by only a half
a game.t
Michigan found a new pitcher in
Leverance in 1923 and Michigan won
both games from Illinois 6 to 3 and
11 to 7, and with these the Confer-
ence title. In 1,924 Michigan won from
Illinois 6 to 2 vith Jablonowski pitch-
ing. The second game could not be
played on account of rain. Michigan
again won the Conference title, for
the second successive year.
Last year Michigan won from Illi-
nois 19 to 5 in the first game with
Jablonowski in the box. In the sec-
ond game the Maize and Blue lost
1 to 0, Jablonowski allowing but one
A survey of total points scored
shows that Michigan leads with a total
of 294 runs while Illinois scored 231.
line plays and a pass failed to net the
Green a gain, and with but ten sec-
onds left to play, Dahlem called for
|a kick from placement. Ioasi made a
beautiful kick, and the ball sailed
squarely between the goal posts for
the winning points of the game.
IOWA CITY May 13.-Five athletic
contests, which include three baseball
games, a track meet and a tennis
match are called for by the University
of Iowa sport schedule this week. Two
of the ball games and the tennis diVl
will be held at Iowa City.


lowers will have the opportunity of
seeing many changes in the standings
of the Big Ten this week-end, and also
the elimination of teams looked upon
until now as strong contenders for the
Illinois' overwhelming defeat of
Purdue last Wednesday virtually put
an end to the Boilermakers hopes for
the flag, and at the same time threw,
the Illini into a tie with Michigan for
the first position.
Minnesota started the season with
high hopes, but defeats by Wisconsin
and Michigan nearly have put an end
to any pennant ambitions they might
entertain. There is still a chance that
the Gophers might pull up, but con-
sidering the team's weak pitching
staff and the heavy schedule still
ahead of them it is extremely un-
1 ike1y.
Indiana, last year's champions, Iowa,
Northwestern, Ohio State and Chicago
can be disregarded entirely. Chicago
had its troubles in whipping North-
western recently by a 4 to 0 score, and
in view of the fact that they have al-
ready been beaten three times little
consideration is given them.
Tomorrow's games will aid materi-
ally in clearing up the situation, with
Michigan and Illinois, playing at Ur-
bana, being the main attraction. Both
teams have won five games and lost
ne, and the outcome of this contest
will have a great bearing on the final



Oxf ordis
The toughest of all
hides-made on
our famodus lirutus
last. $lio.
Jot iten C >s 25nce 194 8'






ru g


standings. If D'on Miller is in shape
to pitch for Michigan, a victory for
the Wolverines would not be too much
to expect.
In addition to the Urbana game,
Minnesota will tackle Wisconsin at
Madison, Purdue will play at North-
western, and Indiana will meet Ohio
State on her own, grounds.
Next Monday three more Conference
games will be played off, when Michi-
gan plays a return engagement at
Iowa, Illinois will entertain Wiscon-
sin, and Ohio State will travel away
from home to contest Purdue.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified columns.-Adv.
The Big
Florsheim Sale
Campus Bootery

340 South State St.
Film Developing and
First class wgrk guaranteed.
One Day Service


I ]

national Institution Coast to CSt
wniui I lug

- 1






we believe, come
closer to knowing exactly
what they want by way of

Special for Friday and Saturday

A Broadcloth Shirt
Complete Lines of
Golf Hose
Ben Wade Pipes and Tobacco




clothes than anybody else.
It's no part of our job to tell
them what they ought to
have, but it certainly is our

job to get for them what
they want. We do that.
Strictly college clothes.

Hart Schaffner & Marx


Made according to the ideas
of college men. By SOCIETY

and Other Good Makes


Back to Top

© 2022 Regents of the University of Michigan