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Many dual meet records, and even
Ferry field track and field marks, are
likely to fall when Michigan meets
Illinois in the crucial dual meet of the}
season Saturday on Ferry field. I
At present of the 15 events on the
program,., Illinois holds nine records
and Michigan five. One of the records
i* held jointly by a Michigan and an
Illinois man. It is quite likely that
nine of these records may fall Satur-
day in the fast competition that is ex-
pected to take place.
Hester, -if he performs in the same
manner as he did against Ohio State,
-will undoubtedly clip a tenth of a
second off the Illinois dual meet rec-
ord of :09.8 for the 100 yard dash,
which is held by Ayres of Illinois. The
220 yard dlash might also see a newv
record when Hale and Leschinsky
m~eet. The former has done :21.1
against Iowa, and if he is running in
the same form he will either push
i.eschinsky to a new record or estab-
lish one himself. The present record
of :21.2 is held by Evans of Illinois.
The 440 dash will see a battle that
should result in the smashing of the
existing mark of :49.4, when Fein-
singer and Schoch fight it out for first
place. Both men have been doing
under 50 seconds this season and the'
race will undoubtedly be a good one.
Both the high hurdles record of
:15.4 -held by Johnson of Illinois and
the low hurdle record of :24.6 held
jointly by Sargent of Michigan and
Kinsey of Illinois will be threatened
b~y Captain Wallace of. Illinois. It is
also likely that the pole vault record .
of 12 feet 10i 1-2 inches held by
ilrookor of Michigan miay tall when
Barnes, and White of Illinois, and
Prout and Northrop of Michigan, all
of whom are capable of 12 feet G
inches, get together.
Lyon, the Illinois shot putter, is al-
mrost certain to break the existing
recordl for that event. The, present1
record of 45 feet 7 inches is held by
Shildauer of Illinois, and Lyon has.
excelled this. mark on several occas-
ions this year. He established records1
at Notre Dame and Iowa in the last
two meets that the Indians have com-
peted in.'
If Hawkins is pressed by Shively of,
Illinois it is quite likely that this,
present mark of 144 feet, 5 inches will
fall. In the Iowa-Illinois meet last
week Shively won the hammer with1
a lheave of 151 feet 2 inches, and Ilaw-
Akins will be forced to the limit toc
defeat him.
The two mile race may also see the
shattering of a record, as, Callahan
has already been clocked in faster time1
than the existing record of 9:42.6 helq
by Swanson of Illinois. If White of
Illinois is used in the two mile in-
stead of the mile he may beat Calla-
hlan, or force him to break the pres-
ent record.-


Ternon G. Etigar
Star Michigan receiver, is, another
man to be added to Coach Fisher's al-I
ready lengthy list of injured players.
Edgar's injury came in the eighth in-j
ning of the recent game with Iowa,
and he was forced to retire in favor
of Davis.
After defeating the fourth year
physical education nine by a 4-3 score
recently the freshman baseball squad
seems to have been developed to the
peak of condition and will suspend
practice after today.
Since the first call for candidates
was issued, the original number of
applicants has been cut from more
than 65 down to less than 25. Coach
E. J. Mather has promised that the
list of numeral winners ,to be chosen
from this number would. be posted
tomorrow on the bulletin board. It is
expected that about 20 of the yearl-
ings will receive the awards.
Coach Charles, B. Hoyt, of the first.
year track squad, which has already,
conui1eted, its training season, also
will probably post the list of numeral 1.
winners in that sport tomorrow. The;
list will surely be posted before Tues-
day of next week and will probably
contain about 30 names.
Walter Gautreaiu of the Boston i
Braves is the smallest man in base
ball. He is-5 feet, 2 1-2 inches, and
weighs 132 pounds., Bryan Harriss, of
the Athletics is the tallest, being 6
feet, 6 inches.
Patronize Daily .advertsers.-Adv.

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run bVL~ nui~un~ r WithBY Wiltoni A. Sini psolia 111J I II~ fU Yi
1 Four games will be, played this af-(
Withsixmen cap~able o clearingj
Northwestern, Chicago, BMlnos, anid' the bar at 12 feet, the pole vault event! Annuail Outdoor Track '3eet For Prep}'ternoon toheerinefis the eans )la-
Miclilgaii All Have Teainis of lillthe i1lichigan-Illlinois track: meet chlool 0tGets Under. Way i i g fatrity esebifialstofrntmenter-
ChamponshraternitySturda shbadl t I ournamenter at
plan~oslh air audy51111irove to be one of A IIS It(ISouth Ferry field. The eight teams
--the best on the p~rofgi am. The Mich- , playing are Phi D~elta Theta vs. Sigmna'
ILLIN LOSE ONE MATCH igan-Illinois dual meet mark( for thle1280 MEN ON ENTRY LIST lAlpha Nil; Sigima Ihi Eipsilonl vs. Phi
j evnt i 12 eet10 I2 inhesbutRho Sigma; Phi Kappa Sigmna vs. Del-
Notwse --CiagIlnos n i et. is 12 fetr10n1-2 nhl pet ' thlevnDetroit teamsheingI ta Sigma lDelta, and Theta Xi vs. Phi
Notwsen hcgIlniadtethere is a possibility that ;-der the-list, the preliminaries for Mich- }Bet a Pi.
Michigan appear to be the leading l ord may be made. 1Prout of : ig-n igan's 26th annual outdoor interscehol-
contenders for .Conference golf hon- whro clearedl 12 feet 10 1-4 incE~ies at antic track meet will begin at 2:29 rThe Arcs will play the Nighthawksj
ors this season. Northwestern and' Iowa this season, is fav~or'edIt-o.will the o'clock tomorrow after noon at Ferry ( for the chamlpionship) of the Ind epee-
Ciaohvntyebendfaeinevent and one of thene straw hats fheld.( dent League this afternoon.
a duel meet this year, while Illinois that Greenwood and Kilgore have of-I That the competition from Detroiti
and Michigan are pressing the leaders fered to first place winners,. Norti 1 will be closer this year is assured by rsini hscleuainta
for first honors with only one defeat rop made his best nmarls at thle Ila a the fact that all men entered from ,IFr'eshtentheyllmeicleuatinonteaof
each, relays, vaulting 12 feet 8S7-8 inches tieMtrCtypae ort1rbt the best gamies of the season Tuesday
The Purple aggregation, captained and is considered a strong contender~ ter in the city meet held last week. afternoon by a score of 1 to 0.
by Don Heppes, administered defeat for first place honors. Whitean The entry list already numbers 2 0 ___
to the strong, Illini ,team, which in Barnes of Illinois are both calpable ofi men, and more are expected if any~Lndno h oudfrIh ~is
turn conquieredl the Wolverines by a doing 12 feet t; inches, and 111ff of Chcg high scuatoolsemonly recentlyam
single point margin. Chicago relies ?Michigan and Seed of the Illini have declared eligible for the meetfo-liaducatngin t anrunwonth di n -m
on aptin isetConference indi- bo0th inproved since they vaulted 12 ward their entries before tomorrow. byng
vidual champion of lsyertola fetelyi h esn.«jwi olie Pakersbllrg, ~W. Va., can lay claim 11.
onl Catibiet as er ola eet eatothy in thstance(chapionshipPars Results of other games are as fol-)
bier to victory this season. Wilb p in the air Sat urdauy! tthe logditnecaposps lows: The freshmnen Lit class topped
Purdue, Ohio State, Indiana, Wis- tleteam left the southern state last their league by defeating the ].,harinics
consin, and. Iowa also have teams in i Vernon '"Iewc" lgiaslo a nighlt for Ann Arbor, and will be 2-*an the freshmen eniginieers defeated
the race for first honors, hut thus inurd ilt lci E lOW an,, hurfoilarriing.aeth chos n ;h, eiosof the same college. Finals
far none -of these steanms have displayed loM01141.ib11111 ,of lily ini either , filxigar h chos~ in the interclasssriswill be playe
sufficient srnt to be rated as seri- ( teOaoSt rni s gIt( eredl: Northeasterii, Northwestern,'metwe, eis h
su otdrs o h fregthe ith Oio S gtae iloi Southwestern, Northern, Eastern, and;
Otiscontn~les fo theConfrenc I acorii oa ('la IaRay Fisher, ~teno erot t onBr
chminhp lhuheach boasts "Tess", htw~e aas ialit too I Suhr o eri S.JhsBruials inl thle freshmen tennis tourn-
chivamiosialthoughch owetier, gUii 'i r prt, Sg ainwSprings ,n roBattle Creek, Mut eesLansing, ament will lbe 1layedI this week, inl
While duel meet records indlicate to and refu ses to be counated out. Ed- '',ibt h-snlsaddulsmths
a certain extent the strength of the tar says hie will liiybait thatis ( Harbor Springs, Cass Tech, Muskegon,; In the inigles (lutentag will play the
various teams, they aeby no means In itter 01113'for rafiller ll t ii ollyLper4)rturI iuiner of the Kimball-Forsythe match
inictveofte roalechm ion ecd. h Saginaw, Parkersburg, W. Va., P'onti-,
idctv oftepoalchmin deie [eWolverinie catcher ac ridRaisSuh and liaa( Lamoree will meet thre winning
For example; Michigan wstile only hay lhcena.Ji-uhuuaaabie to thle teaii wa! in the Stephienson-Burton match.
Cofrneteam that was undefeated lcae(ihitiaey1fui''id Izoo Central.Inte(olsteShafelrt-
Cn{fue eetlatsao an ye( All final events of tile meet wvil he ,
indeiet as esnady t is Nlikely tlat f('oueh VFier may' i ers xwi llay the winner of tile La-
the Wolverines fell before Northwest- 1zehma -pnhiiir* run off on Saturday morning. so thatmottehno adIodnu-a-
ern in -t le team -chlampionships by a ned. h, '~1 the track may lie brushed for the let .lot 'a o N l legau.'rick game.
narrow margin. Wolverine-Illinois mett eheldin nteitefaentysre h
Michigan's entry in the race for golf teatrno.Edgar suffered anl injury between teafenonenth et rrautern ilseriestile'
honors consists of a well-balanced his first' and~ seconld finger and had -. jwinner of the Phi Chi-Alpha Tan
team wich is capable of better play to have six stitches taken to) close the Omega match, and Kappa Nu will mleet
than the record-to date indicates. Play 'voun d. In thme eighlthlunling of tile (TI( i'vlS B AXI'ATiORN;s the victor of the Delta Rho-Delta Al-
thus far has been somewhat uncertain Hlawke3'e game, Edgar attempted to (.IO1INS ALLOW'1S 61HITS I j phi. lEpsilongae
with different men starring in nearly catch a ball thrown outside the plac e. -I
every meet. Captain Fred Feeley has wihhi en)I hand, butl the batter (By Associated Press) Michigan State Nornmal went into
been playing the most consistent game . fouled the ball, splitting tile catcher's( Washington, May 13.-Johns ( the l(-eamdinl the M. I. A. A. biaseblli
of any of the Wolverine team. ( finger. ; held the Senators to six hits, Hls )b b its defeait of Albion Satiir-
0Coach iI i fuw~~Washington 60.Johnus w(lay.
Te n"s 11d 1 , five men, but was steady in tile
Te nifqu d o(iflue Varsity wrestling teaauii are pnhs -0 akd I
Play hln Detroit selieduledj to perfoarmi. illeh. pnhs (
bit ion inlatl Saturday at C'airo, y CoTy hit safely three times, (I --L 1
'Xcia-a.Cati onhe Iit in four attempts. Three of tile L70,we
Michigan will send an eighlt nlanl MiciagduSolo(opt ill maoeo, Ldk (I'Tigers were hit by Pitchler JoeI
tenlnis team against the Djetroit tenl- Bush.1Sooo wl iik Ih
trip awith the coaclh) iolllop ineiuide I us.
fiis cu attreocoktiafe- h arraugemnen-Is far sthe uuact e, -
noon on thle club courts in a twelve Carbenhi ietoan.1no
matc met vh el .hs ben rraged hoe says lie is goinig to sho(w thle i Let The Daily sell it for you lr
mainly through the efforts of Paul hioinec folks how it 15 (101W.j the Classified colmuns.-Adv.
on the Varsity team last year./
In .addition to Crane, Stephens, Vose
and Olian, Captain Krickbaum will be
accompanied by Finkleman, Toevs and "
Slowinski who will play as six, seven,
andl eight, respectively.
The, men twill pair off to form four
doubles combinations as follows:
Krickbalumi and Crane, number one;
Vose and Stephens, numb~er two;,
finkleman and, Slowinski, number ( J
three; Toevs and Olian, number four. ______________

Rogers IHornsby, playing -nanage(r
(of tile St. Louiis Nationals, V;ill offlicial-
ly ris~e to the hail of faire satilida
1when hie is presented -wiitl the "Best
( Player Trophy" -for his workQ in 1925r
by Comm issioner Kenesaw -v Mounta in
Landis plrior to th'e IPhiladelphia-St.
Louis baseball game. A4 a further bit.
of appreciation the(? 'ritrcl inmana elft
1 will receive a pecuiiiarywreward of
'1 $2,000 inl gold. '-- ;' l
jIn keeping with th~e-koi-~rwhich.
the "Great Rogor's has b'roughlt to
himself and St. L 1uj - :layor Miller
ihas proclaimedl SatvN -1;a "Rtogers
lHor'nsby day",whichl ir resto (i -
vate the St. Louis m a - to the im-
A erial heights in spocrtdloix -
H-einie Groh, former -New York
Giants player, Im!', signed to play third
base for theo Toledo-M lieps.---
Skilled craftsmn with an ec'uoation
a're in demland a teachers in voca-
tional schools. Ave you an
j Architectaural 1-rafrtsnaR
Baker -
3 Barber
Blricklayer a~d Plasterer
Painter and D)ecorator
Plumber and Steam Fitter
Priint er
Shaeet Metaai Worker--
Stationary Engineer -
Positions in the above', crafts find
others ar~e 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..

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St. iPaul Of the American associa-
tion recently. released two , pitchers,
Convert. and Iioltzhauser.

The ice skating record for, the
yards is one second faster than
running record.


MEXICO CITY.- It is announced
that three groups of. rebels, totalling
90 men, have surrendered in the state
of Guerrero.
The Michigan State-Michigan
Tiaebl game which was sched-
uled for yesterday at Lansing,
was postponed because of a wet
diamond. The game will be
Iplayed at Lansing, Monday, May


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