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PAGE sIx THE MICHIGAN DALY

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The Press Box
By Wilton A. Simpson
If the weather today is like it was
yesterday, Greenwood and Kilgore
ought to give away trench helmets
and slickers instead of straw hats.
WANTED-Some wealthy Mich-
lgan baseball fan to donate enough
money to build a canopy over the
so-called press box in the baseball
stands. Every time Michigan plays
on Ferry field the press men have
some kind of a complaint to make.
At the Indiana game we froze, yes.
terday we were drowned, and today
we will probably die of sun stroke
The Ohio State game yesterday
bears out the truth in the old saying
"The last is the best of all the game."
The 250 scattered fans who waited
until the ninth inning will agree, and
throw away their rain checks. That
ninth inning is one to be remembered.
by both Michigan and Ohio State fans.
Coach Ray Fisher placed his con-
fidence in "Red" Davis yesterday
and lie received big returns on his
money. The diminutive catcher
performed like the veteran Edgar
behind the plate, and hit safely
three times in four trips to the
plate.
As an added feature to the baseball
game the Michigan and Ohio players
stagel a friendly fight in the fifth
inning. There are, of course, two
sides to every fight, but we will pre-
sent only one side of the argument
here. Kubicek forced Tarbert out at
second and attempted to throw to first
to complete a -double play, but some-
how, someway, Tarbert blocked Kub-
lek so that he could not throw the
ball.
The rest is hazy, a lot of arms
flying in the air aimlessly, and
then a beautiful dive by Neville,
and then the big parade of Michi-
gan and Ohio players. As a re-
sult Tarbert and Kubicek were
expelled from the game. The whole
affair added color to the game,
but certainly was not becoming to
college students.
Karow's home run in the second in-
ning rolled onto the tennis courts be-
fore Miller could stop the ball. Ev-
ery man on the Michigan team was
ready to relay the ball to the home
plate, but Karow completed the cir-
cuit without much difficulty. Mc-
Laughlin's home run immediately af-
ter Karow's was really embarrassing
for Walter. Fortunately, no one
was on base.
Walter had an easy first inning,
the Buckeyes popping up In one,
two, three oder. Oosterbann made
a beautigul catch of Tressell's fly,
Kubicek made the second putout
on an infield fly, and, Wilson retired
Ohio by running back for Tarbert's
foul.
Just two more games! Illinois to-
day and the University of Wisconsin
next Saturday. If all goes well, Coach
Fisher will have to order a dozen and
a half of gold baseballs to present to
the members of his-(we hope) cham-
pionship team.
Al Redding, Minnesota's right hand-
er with an underslung delivery, turn-
ed in the first no-hit, no-run victory
in the Western Conference this season
by repulsing the Iowa nine, 11 to 0.
INDIANAPOLIS. - Approximately
$37,000 is in the bag of gold that
awaits the winner of the annual 500
mile automobile race to be run here
May 31.

NE TMEN TO MEET
O-HIO1..TEAM TODAYi
lfatches Mill Determine Second Place
In Conference, As This Is Last
Engagement for Both
-CLOSE MATCH EXPECTED
Ohio State university's tennis team
consistigof six men will arrive in
Ann Arbor this morning accompanied
by the coach and student manager, ac-1
cording to word received from Colum-
bus yesterday. They will play Michi-
gan at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon on
the Varsity courts.
The 'Buckeyes suffered their only
defeat of the season when they lost to
Illinois Wednesday by the close score
of five .matches to four, and by this
stroke the lini clinched the Confer-
ence term ciampionship. This after-
noon's meet will definitely decide'
which team will capture the second
place berth since this is the last en-
gagement of the year for both Michi-
gan and Ohio, and the only defeats
taken by either were meted out by
Illinois.
A close and interesting contest is
looked for, with excellent tennis in
prospect if the day permits. Ohio is

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BIG TEN STANDING

DETROIT BEATS TENNIS TIM
Michigan tennis players were de-
feated by the Detroit Tennis club
Thursday afternoon in an eleven
match practice. meet 9-. A twelfth
encounter was scheduled but was can-
celled because of darkness.
Detroit players included three
former Michigan tennis players, two
of whom, Jerome and Reindel, were
regulars. The Wolverines dropped the
three close doubles matches in which
good tennis was shown by both sides
and managed to win two of the eight
singles contests.
Finkleman (M) defeated JeromeI
(D) 6-0, 1-6, 6-3 for one victory while
Stephens was annexing the other from
Robinson in straight sets, 6-3, 6-2.

Numerals Awarded
To 26 Yearlings
By Coach Matherl
After a more than usually success-
ful season, Coach Edwin J. Mather
yesterday awarded baseball numerals
to 26 members of the freshman squad.
When the Skipper issued the call
for the yearlings after the spring re-
ces, more than 80 candidates report-
ed for practice. This number was re-
duced to 36 during the intervening
weeks, and it was only after a spirit-
ed fight extending over a period ofI
several weeks, that the more promis-
ing of the candidates were selected
for the award.
Mather considers this year's squad
to be better than the ordinary and
they should provide Coach Fisher with
some good material for next year's
Varsity nine.
The list of numeral winners includes
six pitchers, Dahl, Asbeck, Gilmartin,
Morktague, Lowe and Steinberg.
Four receivers, Duckman, Nissen,
Reichmnan and Truskowski, were giv-
en the coveted award.
The infielders include, Cohn, Drake,
Heilstedt, and McCoy, first basemen;j
Wagner, Centanni and Rees, second1
basemen; Robbins and Townsend,
third basemen; and Morse, Lippman
and Doran, shortstops.
The outfielders to win the award

Interscholastics
ILLINOIS HOLDS EDGE SIGMD
IN PAST DUAL MEETSN TA
1308 . . . . . . 311-2 881-2 K
1920... . . . 901-2 441-2
1921 . . . . . . 82 53 Although Stern, their pitcher, did
1922... . . . . 91 44 not allow a single hit and struck out w'
. 1923 . . . . . . 80 54 15 opposing batters, the Signia Alpha
1924 . . . . . 106 29 Mu team dropped a spectacular game
I 1925 . . . . . . 65 2-3 69 2-3 to the Phi Delta Theta nine, 1 to 0,
last Wednesday in a semi-final con-
test in the interfraternity league.
were, Flannery, O'Donnell, Campbell Only an error in the third inning,
and Neblung enabled a Phi Delta runner who^
The men listed are requested to see had walked earlier in the inning toy
H~arry Tillotson and be measured for score the lone tally, marred a nearly'
their sweaters. perfect performance for the Sigia.
Mu hurler.
Martin, on the mound for Phi Delta
CijTheta, pitched well also, allowing the
SPORTS CALENDAR Sigma Alpha Mu batsmen but a few.;
1 scattered hits.
Saturday Incidentally, the loss of Wednesday's9'
10:00 o'clock - Interscholastic game cost Sigma Alpha Mu the all-
track meet. Final events. around athletic participation trophy,
1:30 o'clock - Michigan-Illinois which .will be awarded to Phi Sigma
track meet at Ferry field. Delta who now stand highest in the
2:30 q'cl ck - Michigan-Ohio standing.
State tennis match. In another pitcher's battle, Hutzel
3:30 o'clock - Michigan-Illinois bested MacGregor and Phi Kappa Sig
baseball game.-( ma won over Delta Sigma Delta, 2 to
Student coupon books can be 1. Both pitchers hurled exceptionally'
used for admittance to all of I good ball and only timely hitting late,
these events. in the close contest enabled Phi Kappa
Sigma to win. '

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determined to win and take secon!,1i
place, but the Wolverines feel confi -
dent of victory with all the men show-
ing good form.
Captain Seymour will probably lead
the Ohio State singles men, although 0 W S
either Tracey and Bulen may play as.
number one. These three men repre-ofte
sent the best of the Buckeye talent C S
and are regarded highly. They have
been alternating at the first positions 2-
all'season as they are practically equal 1= E_
in ability. Bradley, Patterson, and
Bohmer are the other players making -
the trip but their order has not been
definitely announced. Since there will
probably be but five singles matches
one of the men will be reserved for=
the doubles. Ohio -has also been shift-2
ing around in doubles in order to se-'
cure the best team possible. (
Against this array, Michigan willi
send her five regular players, namely 4*
Captain Krickbaum, Crane, Stephens, 2
Vose and Olian. Krickbaum and
Crane are looked on by many as two11K
of the best players in the Big Ten,
and they will give the Scarlet and
Gray athletes all they can take care
of. Olian, Vose and Stephens seem 2
to be performing in good shape and
are pointed for the matches this after- <
noon.
Crane and Vose will have an added
incentive today since this will be their.2
last appearance before a Michigan gal- 2
lery as wearers of the Maize and Blue,
the last met of the year being the
Conference tournament next week at _
Chicago. Although their playing order -
has not been announced, it is expected Bostonians Shoes
that the Michigan team will line up
as it has throughout the season. in all the new creatons
Herschel Bennett, St. Louis Browns I=
outfielder, who was seriously injured =$7.50- 8 0 -$9.00
two weeks ago, when he crashed into $Q.0ogn * E
the concrete grandstand at Philadel- 2E
phia while chasing a fly ball, has re-
covered arid will join the club in St. I=
Louis, May 25.
SENATORS END STREAK
BY WIN OVER DETROIT
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