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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1926
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litoiday's Loss To .Michigan Slate
First In Fleven Ycars; Meet
EMII. YDE RETARDS PIRATES
N ME TENNIS TILL DECIDE FRATERNT
FOR BIB TEN MET IASBAL TITLE TODAY
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TO REVISE MARKS
Nehraski Sprinltr Expected To Brakii
EDGAR STARS WITH BAT
Phi Kappa Sigma will meet Sigma
Captain Krel 'kaum, Crane, Afephiens Phi Epsilon for the championship of
Vose, jiti Oljia Wl ke the interfraternity baseball league at
thilTo Chicago ke 4 o'clocI tod ay on d riamnd <four at
South Ferry field, as a result of theirt
E ~victories in games M~onday afternoon.,
ENTER 2 OUBLES TEAMS In defeating the Theta. Xi t am,
4- Ilutzel, on the mound for Phi Kappa '
Five tennis men who wll reprecent Sig ma, gave one of the best pitchming
Michigan in the Western Conference exhibitions seen in the league this
. year. Striking out eight consecu4 ivej
tournament to determine 'Ch-i : iions batters in the third, fourth, and fifth
in singles and doubles will leave at in nings, he had a total of 14 strike
liichigan's baseball team will re-
sume practice today for the final game
at the season with Wisconsin on Sat-
urday at Ferry field. All members of.
the team who made the trip to Michi-
gan State on Monday were excused
from practice yesterday, and the only
activity that went on at the varsity
diamond was a pep game between
Coach Fisher and three members of
the freshman team.
Michigan's loss to State on Monday,
which sent the Lansing rooters to
Lansing rioting, was the first time
that the Wolverines have lost a base-
ball game to the Aggie nine in eleven
Although the Big Ten championship
was secured for Coach Fisher's menI
while they were playing rather ragged
ball against the up-staters, neverthe-'
less the Varsity is anxious to win its
last Conference game, as a victory on
Saturday would put the Wolverines in!
first place by three full games.
While the fielding has not been as]
flashy this year as in\past seasons,?
Coach Fisher's men have improved
considerably in hitting prowess and
in addition to having some of the lead-.a
ing batters of the Conference on the
squad, the team is well to the fore in
team batting, and if the men find the
Wisconsin pitcher's hurling to their
liking, the Wolverines may lead in
this department of the game, as well
as in the percentage of contests won.
Another phase of the sport in which
the Wolverines have shown an im-
provement this season has been inl
coming through in the pinches. In
four out of the last five Conference I
games, two were won in the tenth
inning, 'and two in the ninth frame.
Edgar, Michigan's stellar catcher, won
the first ten inning game with a single
at Minneapolis, and the following
Monday sent the Iowa team down to
defeat with a home run in the extra
inning. Jablonowski won the Ohio'
contest with a bunt in the ninth in-
ning, while Captain Wilson outwaited
the Illinois pitcher and forced in ther
winning counter in the final frame on
Saturday. In addition to this, the ma-
jority of Michigan's runs this season1
have been scored with two men But.
Miller and Jablonowski bOth have1
perfect pitching records so far, while
Walter is charged with the only Con-
ference game which Michigan has!
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1 2:26 o'clock this afternoon for Chica-
go, where the titular meets will be
held tomorrow, Friday, and Saturday
:n the University of Chicago courts.
Those making the trip are the reg-I
ulars of the season and include Cap-
tain Krickbaum, Crane, Vose, Olian,
and Stephens. Although all five are
entered in the singles it is understood
that only four of them will play.!
Krickbaum will in all probability be
one of the four players seeded be-
cause of his excellent showing last
year when he reached the semifinal
round of the tourney. It is quite
probable that Michigan will have one
man in the semifinals this year and
possibly in the finals, though this is
hardly a safe prediction in view of
the high calibre df play in all the Big
Ten schools this year.
The most prominent netmen in the
Conference 9utsIde of the Michigan
squad include Boldenwick of Wiscon-
sin, Shapinski of Chicago, O'Connell
of Illinois, and Shay of Minnesota.
Tracy and Seymour of Ohio State are
also expected to .show well. All of
these men have played consistently
good tennis this spring and should
put up a good battle for the crown.
Michigan will have two doubles
teams entered which are the equal of
any in the Conference, and the chances
for a Michigan doubles victory are ex-
ceptionally bright. Krickbaum and
Crane make the number one doubles
team, while the Vose-Stephens com-
bination is one of the most formidable
in the Middle Wes-.
Kurzrock, of Butler, w't, i title
last year and with his teammate, Sag-
alowski, annexed the doubles as well.
outs and allowed only three hits.!
White and LaBour of the same team
led in the attack with seven hits ouit
of eight times at hat. The final score
of the game was 12 to 3.j
Sigma Phi Epsilon defeated Phi
Delta Theta 6 to 0 in the second gane
of the afternoon with Storen pitching
excellent ball for the former team.
The Phi Delta Theta team did not
show the form they did in winning
from Sigma Alpha Mu last week.
Fraternity horseshoe pitching chain-
pionship was won by the Phi Gammaj
Delta team in defeating Alpha Kappa
Lambda Monday afternoon.
The Schafer brothers won the fresh-
man doubles tennis championship byE
defeating Lamont and Stephenson in
straight sets, 6-1, 6-3, 6-2. They will
be awarded individual cups, and
runners-up will be given medals. j
Gutentag will meet Lamorce in the
finals in singles competition.
WILLIAMSTON, Mass. - UsingI
Smith, who has been used as second-'
string catcher this season, on the
mound for the first time, Williams
shut out Boston university here re-
r cr4ds In lOA and 220 Yard
Dashes This Year
t Ao erlcan :League
. r L. Pet. BEST MARK IN CENTURY
New York............29 9 .763
Cleveland.............21 21 .568 L
Washinnton........,...22 I .550 LN, May 25.-Roland Locke,
Athletics.............21 13 .541 Nebraska sprint comet, who has just
Chicago..............21 19 .525 swept across the track horizon with
Detroit ................19 18 .514 a new mark of 9 5-10 seconds for the
Boston...............11 26 .296 100-yard lash and 20 5-10 seconds for
St. Louis..............9 29 .237 the 220-yard sprint, is destined to re-
----- vise the sprint records within the next
SiNational Lejagu year according to Coach Henry F.
L. Pct. Schulte of the University of Nebraska.
W T1 P. FSchulte, who also brought out Jackson
Cincinnati... .....24 1 .49 Scholz, Olympic Sprinter, and Bob
Chicago ........21 13 .6181
i4. Simpson, world record hurdler, has
Pitsburg........... .. .19 16 .543 Locke
f8 1 3 developed Locke.
Brooklyn .1.8.. ...... 16 .530 The Nebraskan's record-breaking
,t. Louis 20 19 . achievement in the century was regist-
iewYork.............17 21 382 ered at the Drake relay carnival held
Ph 1 ,3424 at Des Moines, April 24. His per-
Boston................10 24 .294 formance was made with a slight wind
at his back but cr ics and coaches
present at the meet, contend any wind
CLOTHING 31UST BE TAKEN Ijadvantage was more than offset by
E FItO1 UY)LNASIUM LOCKERS the condition of the track, which was
soggy from heavy rains.
All students having clothing One week later in the dual meet
or other possessions in lockers at F with Missouri, Locke was caught by
Waterman gymnasium should re- registered A. A. U. timers in 20 5-10
move them by the end of this E seconds for the 220-yard dash, a mark
week. The authorities will not ! which is 3-10 second under the record
be responsible for anything left held by Charley Paddock. Locke's
after that date, as lockers must Performance came one-half hour after
be renovated. he ran the 100-yard dash in 9.6.
-- _ - WEST POINT, N. Y.-Army defeated
Let The Daily sell it for you thru Springfield in a dual track meet re-
the iClassified colmuns.-Adv. cently, 105 1-2 to 29 1-2.
One reason why the Pittsburg Pirates ,are not leading the league is
the failure of Emil Yde, left-hander, to live up to his last season form. Yde
was one of the best pitchers in the National league last year, and it is hoped
that he will soon round into shape, a t least for the Pirates annual summer
RECORD0 OF GOLF TEAM
Michigan's golf team, with a seas-
on's record of four wins and only one
loss, will be a high bidder for cham-
pionship honors at the Western Con-I
ference team and individual meet at
Chicago early nekt month.
The team as a whole is well balanc-
ed and should be a strong contender
in the foursomes and individual.com-
petition. Captain Feeley, Glover, Cole
and Connor, the regular Varsity quar-j
tet, have been disposing of their op-
ponents regularly during the present
season, and should do some good driv-
ing in the impending Conference meet.
Captain Feeley, who was defeated1
in theaindividual semi-finals at the
meet last year, turned in low figures'
this spring, and will probably be con-
sidered a big bet in the individual
championship play this year.
In its dual matches this year the
Varsity won over Ohio, Purdue, North-
western, and Wisconsin by overwhelm-
ing-scores, and lost to the Illini team
two weeks ago by a single point mar-!
gin. The loss of the Illinois match
cost the Wolverine golfers the (on-
ference dual championship, which was
annexed by the University of Chicago'
team last Saturday when they defeat-
ed the Illini 6-5.
The Michigan team was runner-up
in the Conference meet two years ago,
and last year advanced to the finals
only to lose the title to Northwestern
by four strokes.
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In accordance with a Conference rul-
ing entries this year will be limitted to
yschools in the Big Ten.
Although the tournaments will have
no bearing on the team championships
in the Conference dlnce t j t ara
settled -ip the dual meets throughout
the spring, the second position will
probably hang in the balance. Illinois
has already won the title not having
lost a meet and Ohio and Michigan
have had only one lobs charged
Harvard baseball nine'will probably'
play 30 contests in 1;927. It will in-
clude a southorritr.of Six games.
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qnd Sheely in the sixth inning. I
Detroit scored on hits for extra
bases, a home run by Heilman,
( which scored a runner ahead j
of him, triples by Bassler, War-
ner, and Gehringer, and two-
baggers by Gehringer, Heilman,
and a brace by Wingo. j
Stoner was given smart sup- I
port. It was a Tiger assault,
the like of which has npt been
seen on Navin field for many
weeks. Blankenship was maul-
Ied for 14 resounding hits, and
Leverette granted six before he
was through.There weresevs
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for the Tigers. Bessler and ,
Wingo each getting four safeties
out of five times at bat, while
Heilman collected a home run,
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