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THE MICHIGAN DAILY'''

TUE SDAY, AJA 25, 1926

THE MICI-TIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, 1\IAY 25, 1926

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With Yankees In First Place T IATHLETES REPRESENTING WESTERN SCROOLS SET
Manager Has License T[ Smile 12 OUT OF 15 RECORDS IN SATURDAY'S MEETS

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A iLALi. NFOR THURSDAY

Officials, Coaches, Students,
Faculty Managers Wili 1TB
Guests Of Ilonor

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SUNDWALL WILL SPEAK;
Intramural officials, student mana-
gers, coaches and faculty :nu,-ers
who aided the department durin the
year will be feted by the intramural
athletic department at a banquet
Thursday night at the Union, it was!
announced yesterday by Elmer D.
Mitchell, director of the department.
The banquet is an annual event of
the department and is given in appre-
ciation to the student managers who
have voluntarily worked regularly dur-
ing the year in the intramural office
and on the field, and to the athletic1
coaches who helped t ocarry out the
work of the department.
At this time the new senior and
junior managers for next year will be
announced. and the retiring managers
will be given their service awards.t
One senior and six junior managers
will receive the jerseys and mono-
grams, emblematic of their service to
the ddpartment.
Dr. John Sundwall, head of the
physical education and public health
departments of the University, willf
be the principal speaker. Others
who will speak are Coaches Matt Mann
and Charles Hoyt, Dr. G. A. May, and
Director Elmer D. Mitchell.
} CLOTHING MUST BE TAKEN
I FROM GYlIASIUM LOCKERS
All students having clothing
or other possessions in lockers at
{ Waterman gymnasium should re-
move them by the end of this
f week. The authorities will not
be responsible for anything left
after that date, as lockers must
be renovated.

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Athletes representing mid-western sientatives to 12 in coflquering the
and far-western schools turned in 12 i'Tiger team. Gerken put the shot 48
of the 15 records made last Saturday feet, Bondshu broad jumped 23 feet
in track and field competition, while d 1-2 inches, Hampton jumped six
eastern men garnered only three. Ifeet 2 7-8 inches, and Boyden ran the
Led by the fleet Roland Locke, Mis- '80 in 1:56.8.
souri valley stars made the best per- EasterA trackmen succeeded in col-
formances of the day in six events. lecting only three of the day's best
In addition to the feats of Locke and
Richardson, Conger, of Iowa State,
captured the mile run in the fast time I II.
!of 4:22.6, Cox, of Oklahoma, establish-
ed a Valley record by heaving the jav- AWANTED
I elin 191 feet 10 1-2 inches, and Taylor,
of the same school, negotiated the 220 = Discarded Suits ' "
1 yard low hurdles in :24.0.
The Lincoln meet was also featuredOa
by a happening unparalleled in the an-
nals of track history. Ten men from Highest Cash Price Paid
seven different schools tied for sec-
ond place in the high jump with the The
liar at 5 feet 10 inches.
In the hard fought Michigan-Illin- (d CIW
ois dual meet, Capt. Chick Werner of C ud B o n
the Illini team ran the 120 yard low T RE
hurdles in :14.7. Harry Hawkins,
Wolverine hammer thrower, turned in 115 East Ann Phone 6616
the best performance of the day in his -IgIi
favorite event with a toss of 157 feet
I inch.
At Princeton, stars from the Univer-
sity of California increased the num-
ber of marks made by western repre- .
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marks. Carr, of Yale, vaulted 13 fey
for a new dual meet record. Tibbets,

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9:31.6, and Kane, of Harvard, ran
the 440 in :49.2.

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Miller Huggins, manager of the Yankees, that seemingly insurmount-
able ball team representing New York City in the American league, has
reason to smile, with his team leading the league with 23 games won and
only nine lost. Babe Ruth, his bad boy of last year, is setting a pace that
looks. like he is going to break his o wn home run record of 59 circuit
blows made in the 1921 season, and is at the present time close to the top
in the individual batting averages.

DETROIT DEFEATED BY
CHICAGO IN SLUGFEST
(By Associated Press)
DETROIT, May 24.-Chicago
assaulted Johns and Barfoot and
won today's game from Detroit, 10
to 4. Mostil and Barrett eachI
hit home runs with two men on
base, while Falk's home run
came with two out, and the
bases clear.
The Tiger infield was wobbly
and errors by Blue and Gehring-
or were factors in the scoring.
Art Johns, who pitched a shut-
out victory against Washington
last week, was driven from the
box after five innings.

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Varsity Golfers To Meet Detroit

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Coach Carlton F. Wells and five of
his Varsity golfers will make np a six
man team to oppose the Detroit
Country club this afternoon over the
club's course. The men accompany-
ing Coach Wells ar~e Captain Feely,
Glover, Connor, Cole and Newman.
Detroit Country club boasts some
exceptionally good players, and holds
a win over the Wolverines whom they
defeated last fall in a hard match.
The Michigan players, reenforced by
Coach Wells, Michigan state champion,

will present a formidable front, and
are hoping for a victory to even the
score.
HOLLYWOOD, Calif.-Fred Fulton,
heavyweight boxer, and Fred Wind-
sor, former manager of Tony Fuente,
have been permanently barred from
appearing in California rings by the
state boxing commission.
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