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TRACK TEAM WILL
LEAVE TODAY FR0
COgNFEREINC E MEE Ti
Coach Farrell Selects Squad of 22
To Bake Trip To Iowa City
For Championships
COMPETITON TO BE KEEN
Michigan's track team, undefeated
thus far this season in outdoor dual
meets, will depart at 3:49 o'clock this
afternoon to compete in the outdoor
Conference championship which will
be held tomorrow and Saturday at
Iowa City.

Varsity Hurler

Although the Varsity team failed to
take first place in the indoor compe-
dition, the Wolverines will attempt to
win their second consecutive Big Ten
outdoor meet, and the team of 22 men
namned to make the trip are expected
to put up a strong bid for the title.
The Michigan team appears to be
strongest in the dash events. Hester,
Leschinsky, and Kelly are among the.
leading dash men in the Conference
and are expected to place high, al-
though Hale of Illinois, and Roberts'
of Iowa, will probably press them to
the limit.
In the 220 yard dash, Leschinsky
seems to be the class of the Big Ten.
Kelly has also performed consistently
in this event and should come in for
points,
The quarter mile will bring together
an exceptionally fast field with Cuhel
Swjenson and Roberts of Iowa, Ken-
nedy of Wisconsin, Sclrock of Illinois,
JMartin of Northwestern, and Fein-
singer of Michigan, all being capable
of completin'g the distance in under
50 seconds.
In the 880 yard the competition will
also be keen. None of the schools
have definitely stated the events in
which the men will run, but FreybergI
of Michigan, Hornstein of Ohio, Sittig
of Illinois, and Martin of Northwest-
ern are all entered in this event and
may provide a feature race. Freyberg,
and Martin may also run the mile,
while Chapman of Wisconsin, is also
conceded a good chance to win if he
enters this race. Cusack of Chicago,
last year's champion in the mile, is
again entered in this event.
The entries appear strongest in the
two mile run. Chapman of Wisconsin,
White of Illinois, Kennedy of Ohio,
and Callahan of Michigan, should put
up a record breaking race to win,
with the first named the favorite.
Werner of Illinois, and Guthrie of
Ohio, are the two outstanding favor-
ites in the high hurdles; With GuthrieI
the best performer in the lows. Cuhel,
of Iowa, is the favorite to win if he
competes in this race. Lasser, Mich-
igan, who recently defeated Werner in
the low barriers, may come through
for a place.
In the shot put, Dauber of Iowa,
Lyon of Illinois, Greenberg of North-
western, and Munz of Michigan, will
vie for honors, while Hawkins of Mich-
igan, should win the hammer throw,
and Northrop in the javelin, and pole
vault, and Prout in the latter event,
Phould account for many points. Mc-
Cinnis of Wisconsin, cleared 12 feet
9 inches in a dual meet with North-
western recently and should providei
much opposition for the Wolverines.
Three teams, Michigan, Illinois, and
Iowa will meet in one of the fastest
races of the day, the mile relay, all
three are fairly evenly balanced and
a win by any of them will not be a
surprise.
The other Michigan entries in the,
meet follow: Herrnstein, Mueller,
Ohlheiser, Munger, Bean, Hornberger,
Jung, Lovette, Schravesand, and
?almer.
Jess Petty, Brooklyn pitcher re-
cently rtceived a letter that his moth-
er had died.. Nevertheless, lie went
out and beat the Giants 2 to 1.'

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GOULFER0S TO MEET
'CHI CAGOC TO0MORROW~
Vitory For Varsity Will Give Them
Conference Dual Meet
Championship
WOLVERINES FAVORED
Michigan will engage Chicago's un-'
defeated golf team here tomorrow overt
the course of the Ann Arbor golf club
in the most important meet of the
year, with the Big Ten championship'
hanging in the balance. The only de-
feat chalked up against the Wolver-
ines was at the hands of Illinois, who
won from them by the narrow. margin
of one point after trailingr (aring the
morning.
A victory, for Michigan tomorrow
will mean at least a tie for the dual
meet title and probably an undisputed
claim to it in view of winning more
matches than the Maroons. If, on
the other' hand, Chicago wins this last
test of the year before the Conference
meet to be held June 11 and 12 in the4
Windy City, they will have an undis-!
puted claim to the title with a perfect
record.
Kenneth 1-isert, winner of indi-
vidual honors in the Big Ten meet last I
year and a strong favorite to repeatI
this year, will lead the strong Marooni
invaders, and his battle with Fred I
Feely should be an interesting one,f
for Feely is one of his strongeste
rivals. Patterson and Dorsey playc
next in order for Chicago and areI
both veterans, while Miller, the fourth
man is a newcomer.1
Michigan's regular quartet, compos-t
ed of Captain Feely, Glover, Connor,
and Cole, will line up in the order
named, and hold high hopes of beating,
the men from the Midway since the
matches are to be played over the1
Wolverines' hone course. Twosomes
will be played in the morning, and in
the afternoon the men will tee off on.
their foursomes.

Has Good Record OWEN CARROLL PITCHING HIS WAY TO FAME WITH
gTORONTO AFTER BUFFETING RECEIVED IN MAJORS
:..:: ~ K Owen Carroll is mlaking good. The iw eek later. Pitching to hitters like With an International league rec-
former Holy Cross pitching star, who Fonseca, Shorten, Burns and Gagnon, ord like that behind him, it won't be
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ment exercises last June to bolster the Leafs pounded out a 13-4
up 'y Cobb's twirling staff, only to Next on the program wa
receive a buffeting at the hands of big City, which after winning
league batters, is getting a glimpse game of a double hewer with
of the proverbial silver lining, g ame ofua oublen headerowith
It is a far cry from college pitch- was shut out in the second g
ing and eager, over-anxious college Carroll o the mound.
batters to major league twirling with The former holy Cross st
careful, cautious and seasoned batters, appearance in the box was i
and Carroll could not bridge the gap role on April 29,, at the 01
en such short notice. lowever, his TOrnto's new $500 tinin
feat of winning seven straight games 1.00 asswhmg ni
for Toronto since donning a Maple inning against Reading with
Leaf uniform at the start of the sea- ,ied and hold the Keys hitl
son, shows that he is coming into his Toronto won out in their ha
oWn inning. This was Carroll's fo
When Carroll made his debut within Reading again was his op
Toronto at Reading, on April, 15 and his fifth game, and for the t
turned back the Keys with but three the Keys were mowed dow
scattered hits, admirers of Cobb de- blistering speed. Five scatt
I clared he had made a wise move when I were all that Carroll allowed
he farmed the youngster out to the The critics began to rais
Leafs for seasoning. that Carroll would meet def
Carroll held Reading hitless af et' he ran up against a strong
the second inning and did not look the Baltimore Orioles. Whe
like the same pitcher who was knock- did meet the slugging Ori
ed out of the box in his first big came off second best. IIe
league start against the Red Sox last league leaders but seven hits
June. At times he lost control of his inning game and Toronto
sizzling fast ball and walked several 4-3. He held Maisel and tl
men, but he made up for this by strik- Archdeacon hitless and had 1
ing out nine batters during the game, ure of scoring the winning
Carroll's next victim was Newark a Heath's single in the tenth.

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are made that this time he will surely
stay up.
TIGER YEARLINGS HOLD
ENVIABLE SPORT RECORD

Princeton freshman teams have es-
tablished an enviable record by cap-
turing seven sport championships in
a single year.
The yefih,sixth, and seventh titles
were added recently by victories of
the Tiger yearlings over the Yale
freshmen baseball and tennis teams,
and the lacrosse team's victory over
Pennsylvania.
Championships in football, soccer,
hockey, and wrestling complete the
list of titles won by the Princeton
first year men.
IOWA CITY.- Donald Graham of
Waterloo has been awarded the Big
Ten medal for athletic and scholarship
supremacy at the University of Iowa.
Graham has won three "I's" in foot-
ball. James Lutz, les Moines, cap-
tain of the tennis team, woin the ath-
letic council cup.
Patronize Dad y Advertisei.--Aiv.

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Don hillier
One of the three Varsity pitchers
who has helped to bring another Con-
ference title to Michigan. Either
Walter, Jablonowski, or Miller have
been used in every Conference game,
and these three men have won every
game but one.
Miller has been consistently godd
all season, winning every game in
which he started. His best perform-
ances were two wins dver Illinois,
the first one attained at a great sac-
rifice because of his weakened phys-
ical condition, and the last one virt-
ually gave the Conference champion-'
ship to the Wolverines.

Carl Loos
The dimunitive shortstop, who is
about to finish his first season as a
regular on the Maize and Blue team.
Loos was placed at shortstop in the
first game and has held his position
ever since, performing satisfactorily
on the spring trip and taking part in
every Conference game.
Loos is the steady reliable type of
infielder who plays his part in every
game, many times unnoticed by the
spectator. His small size makes hiim
one of the best lead off men in the
Conference, and it is expected that
his year of experience will make him
invaluable to the team next season.
LAST OF BIG TEN OLYMPIC
MEN TO RUN AT IOWA CITY
(Special to The Daily)
IOWA CITY, Ia., May 26.-The last
American Olympic athlete now in Big
Ten competition will race at the West-
ern Conference meet at Iowa City,
tomorrow and Saturday. He is "Phin"
Guthrie, captain of the Ohio State
team and one of the greatest high
hurdlers in the world.
Guthrie won his way into the final
of the 110-meter high hurdles at the
Olympiad of 1924 and led the field
until he kicked over the eighth hur-
dle. Sixth place was his final rating.

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CLAND DROPS GAME
TO DETROIT TIGERS 7-S
(By Associated Press)
CLEVELAND, Ohio, May 26:-After
enjoying a lead of four runs, Pitcier
Karr of Cleveland, weakened and al-
lowed 'Detroit to tie the score, the
Tigers winning 7 to 6. Cleveland
could do but little with Whitehill 'aft-
er the third inning until the eighth
when he was replaced by Dauss with
the bases filled and one out. Dauss
pitched one ball and a double play re-
stilted.
.Catcher Bassler of Detroit, injured
his ankle in sliding. into a base and
had to be assisted off the field.
CLEVELAND.-Jose R. Capablanca,
world's chess champion, completed a
simultaneous chess exhibition against
33 local chess experts recently, win-
ning 32 and drawing one game.

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CLOTHING M tJS TBE TA1IEN
FROM GYMNASIUM LOCKERS
-All students having clothing
or other possessions in lockers at
Waterman gymnasium should re-
move them by the end of this
week. The authorities will not
be responsible for anything left
after that date, as lockers must
be renovated.

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COL'LE'GIATE CLOTHES SHOP

HESTER BEMOANS LOSS
OF FAVORITE SPIKES
Lost! A 'canvas bag about
two feet long, with a Michigan
seal on it.
This little bag contains two
pair of track shoes, and is owned
by George "Buck" Hester, star
sprinter of the Wolverine track
team. The shoes are the only
ones that Hester can wear, and it
is imperative that the finder re-
turn them before two o'clock to-
day, as the team leaves for Iowa
City at 3:49 o'clock.
The bag was lost yesterday
somewhere on Geddes avenue,
probably on the hill. The finder,
or anyone who knows of the
whereabouts of the bag should
call Hester immediately at 8718,
and give him any information
that they may have.

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