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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY 21. 1926

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MANYTEMS WILL
CLASH FOR HOORS
Four States Will Be Represented At
Twent y-Sxth Annual Outdoor
Interscholastic
EXPECT MARKS TO FALL
Up to a late hour yesterday, 28 high
schools from four states had sent in
their entries for the 26th annual out-
door interscholastic track meet
which will begin at 2 o'clock this af-
4ernoon on "Ferry field.
Although the field this year is
rather small compared to other years
it is expected that the meet wvill be
featured by the high class of compe-
tition that has been prevalent at past
Michigan interscholastic meets. Fol-
lowers of high school meets look for,
many records to fall in the course of,
the two days.
Preliminaries in 13 of the 15 events
on the program will be, held this
afternoon, the finals in all events com-
ing at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning.
!coaches of the teams will meet at 111
o'clock this morning and draw for
heats. This meeting will be followed
by a luncheon at the Union for all
coaches and managers.-
A late entry was received from
Senn high school of Chicago yester-
day, and it is expected that this team
willI make a strong bid for title hon-
ors. So far this season the Senn
team has won' three interscholastic
meets, capturing the Wisconsin prep
meet, the Illinois state meet and the
Gary tri-state meet.
Rogers, who is entered in both the
high and low hurdles, is holder of the
Illinois state record in both these
events and is looked upon as a
strong contender. Ramsay, national
indoor 440 yard champion, is another
Senn entry, and Portmess, who won
the broad jump at Wisconsin with a
leap of 22 feet 6,inches, is another
star on the Chicago team.
Detroit high school entries are in-
complete as yet due to a ruling of the
Detroit athletic board which allows
none but winners of the city meet to
enter interscholastic meets. The De-
troit city meet was held on May 15,
and many of their entries have not yet
come in.
Of the 28 schools entered in the
meet, 23 are from Michigan. The
states outside of Michigan that will
be represented are Illinois, Ohio and
West Virginia. Senn high and Til-
den tech of Chicago are the Illinois
schools entered, Toledo Scott high is
the sole Ohio entry, and Parkersburg
high school of Parkersburg, W. Va.
ir the other out of state entry.
The Michigan school entered in the
meet are as follows: Zeeland, St.
Johns, Detroit Eastern, Berrien
Springs, Battle Creek, Lansing, Sagi-
naw, Ann Arbor, Mt. Clemens, Harbor
Springs, Detroit Cass Tech, Muske-1
gon, Flint Senior, Detroit Western,
Holly, Lapeer, Saginaw, Arthur Hill,
Pontiac, Grand Rapids South, Kala-
mazoo Central, Detroit Northwestern,
Detroit Northeastern and Detroit
Southwestern.
Patronize Daily Advertsers.-Adv.

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CARPENTIER TO ATTEMPTHl, 4
COMEBACK BOUT TONIGHT~
2:30 '
track
(By AssocTate iPre s) 4:5c
NEW YORK, May 20.-GeorgesCar- State
pentier of France, on the eve of his
return to the ring, tonig:t re at! 10: o
the cross roads of a long j iugiistic track
1:30 o'c

1 Harry Tillotson announced yester-
day that the student coupon books can
be used for admittance to the final
events of the interscholastic track
meet. That announcement saved all
of us 50 cents.
It on't be.long until 1:he stu-
dent books will be good for the
Olympic games i Europe. Mr.
fillotson has arranged with the
1Micliigain State athletic board to
allow Michigan students to gain
admittanice to the M. C. S.. base-
ball game Monday at Lansig with
the little yellow tickets. That's
something for nothing-for those
who make the trip up to Lansing.
It is a common rumor around the
campus that Phil Northrop has not
regained his old form, but that hard-.
ly seems true. The Michigan javelin
star threw the spear 197 feet 10 inchesI
in practice yesterday. Northrop
weighs only 150 pounds, but he has{
perfect technique in hurling the jave-
lin.
Last June he threw the spear 201
feet 9 1-2 inches for a new Conference
record. This mark is 17 feet behind
the world's record for the event, but
Northrop has more thAn a year of
competition in which to shatter the
American collegiate mark and then he
may seek higher laurels-by shoot-'
ing at the world's record.
Senn high school of Chicago en-)
tered the interscholastic meet
late yesterday, and is considered
a strong contender for the meet
honors. The Senn track teami won

P'ORT115C A LE:NPlAI

the University of Wisconsin in-
terscholastic meet, and won the
1ihinols' state championship last
Saturday.
Baseball today! Michigan ver-
sus Ohio State in the mammoth
stadium at Ferry field. Don't for-
get to bring your coupon books,
buy your peanuts, and stand up
I in the seventh inning. We will
have the same umpires as iii the
Iowa game "Coyne on 'youse
guys' batter up!"
Russell "Red Davis, thel boy
fron Lilliput, will catch behind
!the plate today in place of Edgar,
who will sit on the side lines and
rest his injured hand. Davis is
the smallest fellow on the Michi-
gaf team, buit Is one of the most
jaggressive men on the squad.?
"Red" has been on the baseball
squad for two seasons, and is
capable of handling the pitching
Sof ablonowski. The next three
games are the hardest on the
Michigan schedule, but Coach
Fisher believes that Davis wiil
rise to the occasion.
Stanford's plan of electing a field
captain previous to each game and
an honorary captain at the end of
the season has evoked a great deal
of comment on the coast.
Yale, Harvard, Princeton and the
United States Military Academy al-
ready have entered the intercollegiate
polo championship..

Friday
'clock - Interscholastic
meet. Preliminaries.
o'clock -.Michigan-Ohio
baseball game.
Saturday
o'clock - Interscholastic
meet. Final events.
clock -- Michigan-11linois
meet at Ferry field.
'clock - Michigan-Ohio
tennis match.
clock - Michigan-Illinois
all game.
coupon books can be
or admittance to all of
vents.

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Unshaken in the confidence that he
had regained the light heavyweight
peak, the debonair veteran accepted'
his 10 round test tomorrow night atj
Madison Square Garden with Eddie
Huffman, of California, as a final
stand against tides of misfortune
which have been steadily enveloping
hin. He must win decisively to goi
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}HOYT AWARDS NLU
FRESHMEN FOR
In reward for a strenuous season
of regular practice Coach Charles B.
Hoyt yesterday awarded 37 numerals
to the best members of the yearling
track squad.
This number represents a few less
than those who received indoor
awards, the cut being caused by the
fact that some of those who merited
the indoor numerals turned their at-
tention to spring football.
Captain Kelly, sensational half
miler, leads the list of names, but
several others deserve special atten-
tion for the high calibre of their.
work. Blocker and Wilson have both
done 22 feet in the broad jump and
each is credited with points in other
events in the series of dual telegraphic
met.Wilson tallied in the shot put
agains t Wisconsin and Blocker placed
in the dash against the Badgers,
Wisconsin and Blocker placed in the
dash against the Badgers.'
Carlson and Sanderson have scored
in every outdoor meet on the schedule.
The former is the best all-around
weight man on the team, scoring 11
I points in the Iowa meet through a
first in the shot put and second places

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TMERALS TO 37 1
OUTDOOR SEAS6N
in the disdus and hammer 'throw.
Saniderson reccntly turned in his bst
;Terforiimance of the year in the discus
when he hurled the disc 121 feet. 9
Perhaps the most promising '<r-
sity candidate for next year congg
from the freshman ranks is Ketz in
the hammer throw. .His best recdrd
for the year is 134 feet 8 inches, mde
against Minnesota. This"mark is cn-
siderably better than any performapce
made by Harry Hawkins during is
freshman year..
The remainder of the list follows:
Aubrey, Bement, Coryell, Eddy, Goetz
Jackson, Kendrick, Kern, J. Lowery,
E. Lowery, Medsger, McArthur, Moore,
Peterson, S. SmitlA,;West, Watson i
Williams.
Traditional senior leap week receit-
ly held at the University of Oregon.,
during which senior women were prv-
ileged to ask any man on the campps
for a date.
Kappa Delta ann'bunces the pledg-
ing of Florence E. aunt, '27, of Kaja-
mazoo, and Elizabeth Wright, '29, Hof
Gary, Indiana.

Roland Locke, sensational Univer-

DETROfT WINS IN NINTH situ of Nebraska sprinter, is already
:scheduled to appear in the annual,
(By Associated T'ress)i Union Pacific Sysdem games at
WASHINGTON, May 20.- Detroit Cheyenne, Wyoming, in September.
made it two straight over Washing-1
ton, by a score of 6-5. The winning Ed. Walsh, Jr., son of the famousI
run was made in the ninth inning. I White Sox hurler, in addition to
pitching is a track star and candi-
Nick Kutsch, Iowa grid ace, is now date for fullback on the NotreI
hauling icy for an Iowa city concern. Dame eleven.

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