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THE MICHIGAN Dl

MAY 13, 1926

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TO DOWN. ILLINOIS11
Woixverices Will Engagpe Ini Crucial Ts fOtorSao
Here Saturday
FARRELL NAMES TEAM
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IATHLETICS TAK(E SECOND I
GAVE FROM TfbGERS, t5-1i
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., May 17.
-The Athletics made it two
straight over lDetroit today by
winning 5-1. Philadelphia scored
jall her runs in the first inning
Soff Lil Stoner.
W ,ells blanked the Macks with
three hits and fanned seven dur-
jinlg the balance of the game. The
Tigers made half of their' hitsI
off Quinzn in the ninth inning and
averted a shutout.

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Two weeks of strenuous practicei
will be brought to a close Saturday
afternoon, when the Varsity track
team will engage the Illinois squad in
what should prove to be the hardest
fought track meet of the season, and
perhaps the closest battle seen on the
Ferry field track in years.
Both teams hold victories in dual
meets over Iowa, Conference indoor
champions, and even though the Suck-
,er team scored more points against
the Hawkeyes* than did the Wolver-
ines, Michigan is given an edge on
Coach Gill's men. The score of the
Illinois-Iowa meet last Saturday was
75 1-2 to 59, 1-2, while the Michigan-)
Iowa score was !72 1-2 to 62 1-2. j
In defeating the Hawkeyes, thTe Illi-
ni took ten of the 15 first places and
showed strength in practically all the
events on the card. Hale, the Illinois
sprinter, pulled the surprise of the
(lay by beating Roberts of Iowa in
both the 100 and 220 yard dashes. He

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Varsity Golf.
Team To Meet
Detroit Today
The Detroit Golf club willx be the
guests' of Michigan this afternoon
when they come to Ann Arbor to play
the Wolverines in a return match at
the Barton Hills course. The players
from Detroit will be practically the
same as those that (lefeated Michi-
gan earlier in the season by a score
of 24 1-2 to 11 1-2.
Connally, the present district cham-
pion, Hill, Cain, Richards and Kin-
near are all capable of shooting in
'the 70's, but if the Michigan teamI
continues' to turn in the scores that
they have shown themselves capable

j ByWilton A£. Soipson Woivei no; ; i i moo I (:,ho S a 'te ] aI
Coach Fielding 1-1. Yost has asked li ls, 1 m ri ;a nmn, _TahAledBuk' Wicni
all ne wspiaper men to explain to H lii th sti onig I iiii 10 I 1 X Itil t h ycari i~ics, rho :; 1ov er Iowa, all-Con-
public that he is director of a tl i ; ga'nnc- xill be raiu: !nis t Ilei'ce indloor cham pious last week
at the University of Al ichliga1n and the I tick er >c r b~21i i~{i ls oiew -balanced Wolverine
football coach of the Wolverine lealns.,ldefeatland tilie li iii i 11 ' ii lys co1i.iesreoban teamn Saturday, by a 69g-66
A rilrad ar tht te A iehia a51I(''(( a t ~llii~)O~fl to e core in a meet which marked the end
coach told yesterdlay prompted such , laire and t,1T c ias.i' o :ian will
a request, have tile Vind ict ive s;Tii '. tii .he of the seaisonl for the Michigan ath-
W hile enlroute to fit. Yus the In(llalls w.il bhold the t ' re- letes.
speak to Ilhe alumni offhtit i rt enimcin lb e fca 1 UPeof01Sa taird..pr o- inl i b%' field events, the Badgers
Thursday, Coach 'lost, hails faieed gram , Showed flashes of great strength, wfhr-
with a most embarrass~~~~~~~ing six fiH] i(X~bi~i' mu Oht irst places for a total of 30
Early flursdiy aifternooit the lol- poa1s.By ilillip 6 pint intg
verine coach asked Iily ljllo() llite 2 iaui~i:e;<~lmis ypln p4 onsi h
soil diecto oftickl sles t te ~5'I~i~iml5 ill ie Hdrnning events, the Michigan track-
son diectr o tiketsaxs a th i c. aaifilalsstercu' t tdown the*Wsconsin advan-
field house, to reserve a berth for teriloo(l, ile t n'd- l5 =t =r: T SG1i fage. Kinney scoredl eight points for
11imii.on' the NO. .1 train of the ly"Ir- safwT1!(aYi1:0-,N, , li'onhmato' cv
ash, railroad. The 0trll l: iiYost cats arerde fr 'E ~ldl.1I ill.A eign uiire
wished. to.take idoes mnot; ordinar- 1t(''heI° ltW il t II(1 a;ddahWo y -um
ily stop at..ilan, but 31r. iTillot1sonIarl {km, i;.n k 1., a1 {lax (WV) ; \oodward (W) , second; Freese
succeeded in getting rthe train to tennliis ini the :,tIIIr~i. A),tir.Tie:1.. 2 yr ds
forsake its regular schedule and Mr. Tillot son announTcecd yes e rcay !-Winn by Woodward (W) ; Blocker
stop for the Michigan coach. i that the timre of the tIZ k )) meet 1(MA), second; Freese (MV), third. Time
As a result of Mr. Tillotsomi's re-j been advanced to 1i:20 o'clocki. TJ1e .'2.7.. 440 yard dash-WVon by Leon-
quest, the conductor of the Wabash ;Michigan-Illinois baseball > Tie 'Ill!ard (31) ; Freese (M), second; ;pHough
train was handed the following mes- 4lbegini at 3:3.Q o'clock, ins tead of the l(Al), third. Time :51.5.
sage as he boarded the trail, ail:L e- usual time. 1 80 yard run-Won by Kelly (M);
troit: "Pick up Coach Yost at Mlanr.'' St udent atl b1 ;' bos .i l uihe 4 it ( NI), second; Walter (W) , third.
When the traini pulled into Mil;,n; good for admhiitt 1 a. &o :hei; 'rcTl Tim, 1:59.4. Mile run-Won by Mon-
Thursday night, the coniduictor air( w stic 1tract. otSan (1 onng o (l oidsworthy (W) , second;
the order out of his pocket and1 pro- ', ltowever, the s tu(eu;. liokniny a be ;Lowuery (Ml), third. Time 4:37.4. Two
ceeded to fulfill his duties. ('oamch u1sed for the liebgu-lini ase- l le run-Won by Goldsworthy (W);
!Fielding Yost smiled With coiuplae-r ball game and ti ac k met.iThe charge Wu.'erlel (M), second; Lamont (M),
envy as the train halted in frotf of ifor admittance to El,(,ite r holislic !third. Time 10:04.2. 120 yard high
the platform, anid offered up at prvy- track:,meet will be)cents.i-hurdles-Won by MacDonald (M);
er in thtanks to Harry T.lillot son tfor The AtflI0t S s,! Iion all- ' Khey (M), second; Spargur (W),
completingsthle arrangements. The 1Iollu('(d th:a. 11l icc +'thi'$ O nor t l rd. Time : 15.2. 220 yard low
conductor looked at (Coach 'lost 'is; G" lie 'i> ct a ttW mnai~bi IPI Wt l iurdles-Won by Kinney (M) ; Spar-*
lie entered1 the car, and then lhurried l ad1,0111d A , AfPT :, ('tl(the tgurn=(W), secondl; MacDonald (M).
down the platforin to comiplet e 1his % iet s 1-! t,° be pic,,d on idea at I. i hid. Time :26.4.
task, :__IShiot nput-Won by Taylor (W); Wil-

fFRESHMAN: DOWN
COURT, RESERVES
Led by Horace Barton' andl Kings
Moore, the freshman tennis. team
swept to a shutout victory over the'
Varsity reserves last Saturday on
Ferry field by winning the six doubles
andl two singles encounters played.
Finkleman played number one for
the reserves and lost to Barton ,in
two hard fought, well played sets, 6-2,
6-3. Toevs, however, fought it outI
for three sets before accenting (de-
feat. Moore took the first set 6-3, lost
the .nex t lckly,"6-1, and then recov-
l'ered to win the third handily 6-1.
The ,third 'atch' brought Slowinski
against Stephenson and. resulted. in
a rather easy victory for the latter,
6-1, 6-1. Stelihenson's steadiness was
the feature of the match. Vedder took
Felix's' place' as number four when,
the latter failed to appear andl forced
Murphy to three sets. Vedder took
the first 6-3, but faltered to drop'
the next two,6-4, 6-1.
Algyer scored the fifth freshman
win from O'Brien in a hard .match
which was close throughout. The
score was 10-8, 6-4. Kimball put away
the final singles brush' after three sets
with Larson. Kimball started impres-
sively,. 6-1, only to lose the next set
by the same score, but he won the
final 6-3.
In doubles, Barton and Moore prov-

YOST TO ADD9RESS
All' Men WFho Took Part, In : pr~ng
Practice And ('and idatest For
1924 Team Invited
WILL PRESENT TROPHY'
Coach Fielding 1I1. Yost will speak
before the 1926 gridiron candidates,
at a. banquet at 7:30 o'clock tonight
' at the Union, outlining the campaign
for next fall and advising the candi-
dates as to suitable activities for time
summer.
M yer Morton, '12, at present a
XWestern Conference, official, will also
'address the audience and it is prob-
able that "Duke" Dunne, captain 6f the
1.921= eleven and assistant coach at
Northwestern university, will make
a short 'talk.
Th'ere will also be a representative
of 'the Chicago alumni present who
will award the silver trophy to the
player winning it. Everybody who
tried: out for the team and all inter-
ested in football are invited to attend.
PROVIDENCE.- Charles E. Conk-
lin, 1127,. of Brooklyn, N. Y., wes elect-,
ed captain of the Brown university la-
crosse team. Conklin, who Plays out-

rain the century in 9.9 seconds, and ! of doing, i ol o esrrsn
th'2 n:11 Ito see the Maize and Blue triumph'
Lyon, Illinois shot putter bettered over the invaders.
the Illinois record for that event when, Captain Feely, Glover, Cole, New-
he hieaved the ball 47 feet 2 1-2 inches. lea n and Good speed have been show-
Captain Werner also set a new record ing far better golf since the weather
in the 120 yard high hurdles, when has been suitable for practice, and
he negotiat~ed the distance in 14.9 playing over a familiar course will
seconds, bettering the old record of give them a decided advantage.
15 seconds flat held by Dan Kinsey. Following the match this afternoon
Coach Farrell yesterday announced the team will entrain for Chicago,
thme entries of the Michigan men that? where they, will meet Northwestermn
will compete against the Illini Satur- on Thursday. The North' Shore school
day. They are as follows: ( is the present Conference champion,
Hester, Kelly and Leschinsky, in the.adhsnt e e ty ofrti
100 yard dash. Freyberg, Jung, year.
Hornberger, Iskendarian and Bibbs in After the Northwestern match, the
the ile Heter Lechisky KelyWolverines will invade Madison for a
the mie. -H ser ecinsthe 220lyardcontest with the Badgers on Satur-
Feinsinger and Lasri h 2 ad ay, and then return home for the
dash. Snider, Voelker and SchroderI final matches of time season, and to
in the 120 yard high hurdles. peaefrteCneec hmin
Feinsinger, hhie, uleships.
tllerrnstein, Brown and Munger are___________
entered in the 440, while Callahan,}
Wells and Iskendlarian will compete in(OFRDM SYMIL N
~the two mile. Snider, Voelker, Ls e n crdraeteetisi
te220 yard low hurdles, and in the TO FiG-T H111111ILL
half mile Freyberg, Hornberger, Wag- T FblI HRY vii
ner,' Beals and Bean will compete.
Munz, Lovette and Doyle are in the NEW YORK, May 17.-Undiscour-
'shot put. In the pole vault, Coacht aged by Jack Dempsey's previous' re-
Farrell has entered Northrop, Prout Section of an $800,000 offer to sign
and' Huff, and in the discus Doyle, with Tex Rickard for a heavyweight
Munz, Schravesand, Lovette and Hlaw- title bout this year, _Tom O'Rourke,
kiiis will compete. Weeks, Roth, Mc- veeran promoter, today announced on
Burwinbehalf of a New York syndicate, that
Cain, Waldo, Behlman and ugi offers of $1,000,000 had been made to
are in the high jump. Hawkins, Mc- the champion for a match with Harry
Caffree and Campbell are in the ham- Wills.
mer throw, and in the broad jump O'Rouke declared that $250,000 of
Michigan will have Northrop, Snider, this sum would be' posted in Demp-
Sterling, Waldo and Lasser. North- sey's name with any holding agent
rop," Roth, Palmer and Lovette in the 1 as soon as the champion signed artic-
javelin complete the Wolverine en- i les to meet the negro challenger and
tries. be forfeited in case the fight failed to
Enmil Voelker, star Varsity hurdler 1 come off. The remainder, he said,
who suffered a strained tendon in his ! would be posted 48 hours before the
leg several weeks ago, will compete in# fight. 0
the >hurdle events in the dual meet. In addition, Dempsey would be
with Illinois Saturday, it was an-1j guaranteed 50 per cent of all gate re-
nouniced, yesterday by Coach Steve ! ceipts in .-excess of $2,000,000. 0'-
liarr ell. Rouke declined to identify his back-
The Wolverine hurdler worked. out; ers in the syndicate, which proposes
every day last week and is showing1 to erect a stadium in Long Island city
well. Saturday's meet with the I but insisted it was a bone fide offer,

ed, too much for Finkleman and Slo- ; side home, is one of the players who
winski, and chalked up the seventh I bas been instrumental in bringing the
win 6-4, 6-1. The only other doubles sport to Brown.
encounter dleveloped into one of thq _____________i______
hardest of the matches. Toevs and 0'-
Brien won the first set froum Algyer TO T'ARE PICTURE TODAY
and Stephenson only to drop the next I OF YEARLING TRAC~lIEN }
two.I All members of the freshman
Blocker (M), second; Wilson, (M),I track, squad are requested by
third!, Distance 21 feet 6 inches. Coach Charles B. Hloyt to assem-
High jumnp-Won by Roberts (W):I{1I We at.4:15 o'clock tomorrow af-
Lane (M), second; Haggerty (W), j ternoon at the field house for the
,third. Height 5 feet 11 3-4 inches. fI annual picture.
Pole Viault-Woi by Lsipne (W) ; Mold- I There will be no time trials
enhauer (W), second; Erickson (M), 1 for the all-Conference meet.
third. Height 12 feet. -Y_______________________

Crushing the orders its his lwiiij'
ithe cofi~uctor bl'te' YO 'tlti >iin ut-
ter disgust, saying, "There muust 1)0 a
mistake, I don't,A:ally' ,coac-h )"it'
There are still Some lpeole 11ho
beliee that a footllall coach is a
railroad car.
Michigan's 'athletic program solmed-
uled for this week-end is abort our
closest approach to fulfilling that.
vague request, "Athletics for all." The

soi~l'),second; Carlson (M), third.
l 1W YU&'h an l Pithtze r lis i~ n 9 feet 9 inches. Javelin
SItro)phy race, usually th loin event rq 1 t\oii by Mayer (W); Ashley
natonl .oi' a~e~ illup b v'%:iseonk;Lane (Mv), thirdk' I i--
t hi4 year, tIO Nw> rl orld ! f.~ 174? feet 1 inch. Hamumer throw
announcedl recently, after learning %,;,"on by Ketz (M) ; Johnson (W),
that the army and navy, for several recotid; Williams (M), third. Dis -
years the only contenders, would have. tanee 1,31 feet S inches. D~iscus throw
no entries for the 1926 air contest. '_-Won by Taylor (W) ; C'arlson (M),
r 1 seconid; Sanderson (M) , third. Dis-
tjLet Thme Daily sell it for you thru ,I a olce 1241 feet 10 inches.
the Classified colmuns. ---Adv. t Broad jump)-Won by Murray (W);

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tini will mark vWelker's sec-
ond appearance on an outdoor track
this year, if he performs as he did in
the 'indoor meets this winter, he is
certain to capture places in his events.
In the Cornell and Conference in-
door meets, Voelker performed bril-
liantly, equalling the Cornell track
record in the 75 yard low and high
h urdles when he was clocked in at
9, 3-5 and 8 2-5 seconds respectively.
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aimed at determining whether "Demp-
sey is sincere in his expression of
t1readiness to fight Wills.
i "The bout wil be "staged in Septem-
ber or October," O'Rouke added.
"Dempsey set his figure at $750,000
when I first asked him his terms for
a match with Wills," said O'Rouke.
"lie failed to give a definite answer at
:that time and later when I raised it
to $800,000 he again evaded me. Now
I'm offering him the biggest purse
ever proposed for a fight."

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