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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDA'Y', MAY 15, 192E

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,WIL CASH TODAY
Game To Decide Lead In Conference
Baseball Standing; Illini
Reported Strong
MILLER MAY PITCH
Bent on settling the right to lead in
the Western Conference standing,
Michigan's baseball . team, lead by
Coach Ray Fisher and Capt. Steve
Wilson entrained yesterday for Cham-
paign where they will meet the Ilini
nine today.
With this game as one of the most
crucial of the season, Coach Fisher
finds his squad somewhat hampered
by injuries, and although not serious
they may weaken th eteam. Puckel-
wartz, Wilson, Kubicek, and Friedman
are all nursing leg or ankle strains,
and Don Miller, star pitcher is just
recovering from a throat infection.
However, it is expected that these
men will be able to appear in the
lineup.
According to reports from Urbana,
Coach Lundgren's team is in excellent
condition, and Bud Stewart and
Johnny Ludham, Illini moundsmen,
have had a week's rest preparing for
the game.
If Miller is strong enough to hurl
for the Miaize and Blue, a real pitch'-
er's battle can be looked for. Miller
has proven his worth as a pitcher in
the last few Big Ten games, and if his
recent illness has not affected him
much, he can be expected to turn in
a good performance. By using Miller
in the box, Coach Fisher will be able
to use Jablonowski at third base, thus
benching the crippled players.
Following the game with Illinois,
the Wolverines will leave for Iowa
City for a return engagement with the
Hawkeyes Monday. The remaining
games will be played at home.
The probable lineup for today's
game:
Michigan Illinois
Loos, ss ................ Hoffman, lb
Wilson, lb .............. O'Keefe, of
Qosterbaan, rf...........Worth, 3b
Edgar, c................Margolis, rf
Miller, p.............Kinderman, If
Puckelwartz, cf.............Finn, ss
Kubicek, 2b ............ Jordan, 2b
Jablonowski, 3b.........Kunsiski,2c
Lange, if .............. Ludham, p
Yearling Netmen
To Play Reserves
Freshman ana Varsity reserve ten-
nis players will 'meet at' 9:30 this
morning on the Varsity courts at Fer-
ry field in the first competition of its
kind in the history of Michigan tennis.
It will be the first event of the Fath-
ers' Day program.
The reserves will be headed by Max
Finkleman, with Bob Slowinski and
Jay Toevs playing in the next two po-
eitions. Tim O'Brien holds the fourth
place, while Bob Felix and Bob Larson
} complete the. list. Six men have been
named instead of the regular five be-
cause the men are so evenly matched,
and too, the coaches have had diffi-
culty in selecting the best of the fresh-
pien.
Barton will play number one for the
yearlings, with Moore next. Stephen-
son will prob'ably play third and Alg-
yer fourth with Murphy in the fifth
place, although there may be a shift.
Vhe sixth position will go to Kim-1
ball in all probability.
MELLOR ND MILES WILL
OT RACE IN MARATHON

(By Associated Press)
BALTIMORE, May 14.-Marathon's
national A. 'A. U. crown will descend
n a new :brow in the Laurel-Balti-
inore run tomorrow, due to the fact
that Chuck Mellor of Chicago, last
May's A. A. U. champion over the 26
miles 385 yards route, is not defending
his title.
With the exception of Mellor and
John C. Miles the 18 year old Cana-
dian who established a new world's
record at Boston last month, mara-
Clarence M. H. Demar of Mellrose,
;ass., Albon Spenroos who carried the
colors of the Finnish-American A. C.
of New York to second place at Bos-
ton, and Albert "Whitey" Machelsom,
of the Tygnet A. C. of Port Chester,
Conn., were the ruling favorites to-
nighlt.
Demnar will find the Laurel-Balti-
more route harder going than the
Boston run where he was four times
winner. Despite the fact that Spen-
roos- defeated him at Boston, Michel-
son will hold an edge on his Finnish
rival in that he has traveled the course
before, it is a new one to the Finn.

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WILL SWIM TEN MILE
RELAY AT 1:30 TODAY iLu AM II t IL D L
Coach Matt Mann has set the
time of the 10 mile relay swim,
which is one of the features of FO T LLME
the Fathers' day program, at_
1:30 o'clock this afternoon in- fDefeated Teams Battle To Scoreless
! stead of 2:30 as was formerly Tie In consolationi Tilt; Title
announced. Clash Today
The 12 entries will competeJ
n three groups offoar each. DEFENSES ARE STRONG
Captain Sampson, Darnall, Weg-
ner, and Dunnakin will swim in~~
the first group; J. Halsted, Spin- Coach Cappon's Red team battled
dle, Watson, and Hughes in the White team of Edliff Slaughter in
group two; and Bement, Van, R. the consolation game for forty min-
Halsted, and Batter in group u at South Ferry field yesterday
three. utes
Each man will swim one mile afternoon to a scoreless tie. The only
and the ten best times will be I time that either team threatened the
totaled to form a mythical 10 other was in the last quarter when
mile relay record. -the White team punted and one of
Cappon's backs was caught back of
L 4. Athe line by Bugni of the White team.
Louisvll&e Awaits Neither of the teams showed any
RlseneI~r,1 Of D~r brilliancy in their attempts to advance
Derby the ball yesterday afternoon, but the
i - Red team was fairly successful in
(By Associated Press) making gains around their ends. Both
LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 14.-Keyed teams showed much strength on the
to the Aighest pitch, overwhelmin defense, and the work of Hagar and
wthgth stdstovrwh l Nicholson of the White team in getting
with thousands of visitors from all through the line of their opponents
sections, Louisville tonight awaited was especially good. The offensive
tomorrow's dawn postcalm for the playing of Johnson, Hughes, and Wen-
52nd renewal of the Kentucky Derby zel of the Red team gave promise of
power.
or which 17 of the finest three year At 2:30 o'clock this afternoon the
old colts in the nation have been en- Blue team of Coach Harry Kipke will
tered. meet Coach Tom Edwards' Green team
Down town a throng, milled and on the regular gridiron at Ferry field.
crowded into theaters, gathered about These teams were the winners of the
h'otel lobbies to exchange information games played Thursday afternoon, and
and discuss relative merits and this game will end the spring train-1
chances of the thoroughbreds that at ing session.
4:30 o'clock tomorrow will face the The teams will line up as follows:
barrier in the turf classic of historic Blue Green
Churchill Downs. Douglas .......LE........... Kraatz
Many of those who walked the Meese ..........LT...... Pommering
streets were faced with the possibility Moffett .........LG......... Baldwin
of spending the 'night orb the street Nanry ........... C.......... Leason
or in the park, for early in the day Schoenfeld .....RG.......... Caston
hotels and rooming houses were filled Palmeroli .......RT........ Holpuck
despite increased prices. Wiard .........RE ...........Fogg
Stands at Churchill Downs will be Maresh .........QB.........Dahlem
filled long before the barrier flashes Frendt ...........B........... Sauer
for the first race on the hour on the Totzki ........... B...... Fitzpatrick
card preceding the Derby, and thou- Rich ...........FB............ Ioasi
sands are here who will be unable Substitutes: For the Blue, Neland
to see the race even though they are and Schurer. For the Green, Bowden,
within the grounds. Steinecker, and Hughes.
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WIN MONROE MATCHES
Michigan's golf team, with a record
of one match won and one -lost, will
meet the University of Purdue aggre-
gation in their third Conference match
today at the Ann Arbor Country club,
the morning round to start'at 9 o'-
clock, and the afternoon round at 1
o'clock.
The Varsity team will be made up
of Fred Glover, playing number one, I
Capt. Fred Feeley, numlber two, Addi- I
son Connor, number three, and Ralph
Cole, number four. The men that will

make up the Boilermaker team have
not yet been named.
In the morning, twosomes will be
played, and in the afternoon, the
teams will engage in a foursome. t
The Wolverine team easily defeated
the Monroe Country club players, by
a 30-5 score, in a match played Thurs-'
day at Monroe. Captain Feeley, in
the number one position, defeated Mc-
Pike 2-1, Glover won from A. Bump-I
us 3-2, Cole defeated II. Bumpus 2-1,
Goodspeed won from Beuden, and
Vyse beat Roberts.
Glover, who did not play in the Il-
linois match last week, turned in the
low score of the day, a 74. This was,
three strokes better than the medal
score of A. Bumpus, who shot a 77,
Feeley had a 78.
The Michigan team will meet the
Detroit golf team in a match at the
Barton Hills Country club, Tuesday.
Washington's victory over Californ-
ia on Lake Washington may be accept-
ed as evidence that the Huskies will
bring East the usual dangerous crew.

ARE YOU A
CRAFTSMAN?
Skilled craftsmen with an education
are in demand as teachers in voca-
tional schools. Are you an
Architectural Draftsman
Baker
Barber
Bricklayer and Plasterer
Carpenter
Electrician
Foundryman
Machinist
Painter and Decorator
Plumber and Steam Fitter
Printer
Sheet Metal Worker
Stationary Engineer
Positions in the above crafts and
others are open now and in Septem-
ber. Write giving full particulars
with reference to age, experience, edu-
cation and salary expected. Address
Board of Vocational Education, Mad-
ison, Wis.

Earl Sande, America's premier jock-
ey and winner of the Kentucky derby
last year, may not compete in the
famous turf classic this afternoon.
Sande was scheduled to ride Champ
de Mars, but according to recent rum-
ors, he has withdrawn from competi-
tion.

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Geraniums

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RAIN INTERFERES WITH
WISCONSIN TENNIS MEET
Tennis matches scheduled be-
tween Michigan and Wisconsin
tennis teams yesterday after-
noon were called off because of
rain, according to word received
from Madison. The team will
play Minnesota today at Minne-
apoli s.

Large Plants while they last $1.00
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state at Liberty Phone ,6030

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The Man Who Cares and Values
a Real Savings Will Be Interested
in This Grouping of
Topcoats

Two Thousand Pair of the Latest Patterns and Color Effects in Fancy Silk
and Lisle Hosiery will be put on sale on the above days.

1,000 pair Fancy
750 pair Fancy
250 pair Fancy

Socks,
Socks,
Socks,.

65c-75c and $1.00 grades, THREE PAIR for ......$1.85
$1.50 Grades, THREE PAIR for ...............$3.15
$2.00 and,$2.50 grades, THREE PAIR for ......$3.75

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$20
$24
$28

We have grouped our eh-
tire stock of Topcoats in
three lots. The savings
are notable in that it cov-
ers all new merchandise.

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Suits

The above prices are less than wholesale
FIFTY PAIRS OF OOL KNICKERS
$11.00 and $12.00 Grades, your choice ... ........................... .
$10.00 G rades, y our choice ., . . .. " ... . .. . . . ... . . . . .".". . ..."."." ... . .. .
$9.00 Grades, your choice ..... ............. ....... .... ............ .
$5.00 Grades, your choice .............................................
One Pair of EIGHT DOLLAR GOLF HOSE May Be Bought for
FIVE DOLLARS with Every Knicker Purchased
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DOBBS FELT HATS
Any $7.00, $8.00, $9.00 or $10.00 DOBBS Felt Hat .... $5.95

$8.00
$7.00
$6.50
$5.50

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$35 Suits
$40 Suits
$45 Suits
$50 Suits

$28
$32
$36
$40

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(Two Pants Suits in Most All Cases)
Clear-A-Way- $ ,65
of all Hats.
Values to $8 go at
" l Years Experience Tailoring Fine Clothes"

Sale starts Thursday morning and lasts until Saturday night.
Terms, cash. No merchandise exchanged. All alterations must

be paid

by

customer.

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