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11"HE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRTDAY, MAY 2S, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1926

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TITLE AWARDED TO
P H I, IGMADELTA
1Defeat of Sigma Alpha Mu in Baseball
Is Factor in Determiing
Fraternity Champion
THETA CHI PLACES THIRD.

Four Wolverines
Among Leaders In {
Big Ten Batting
Four Michigan baseball players
hold places among the 27 leading bat-
ters in the Big Ten; Pucklewartz,
Edgar, Oosterbaan, and Jablonowski
being the Wolverines whose averages
are above .3383.
To Plock, hard-hitting Purdue out-
fielder, belongs first position because
of the fact that he has played more
games and taken more official trips
to the plate than either of the men
who precede him in the list. Puckle-
wartz, fleet Wolverine gardner, merits
second lace by virtue of his high av-
erage of .451 for nine games, in
which fie made 31 official trips to the!
plate.

Injury Heals.

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OHIO STAT EBATTERS TOP
BIG TEN TEAM AVERAGES

Team R
Ohio State ......71
Chicago ........31
Purdue..........69
Wisconsin .......40
Illinois ..........63
Michigan ........53
Indiana . ........30
Northwestern ....54
Minnesota.......34
Iowa ...........25

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67
105
83
93
97
58
81
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.288
.281
.280
.256
.236
.237
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FHICAGO DOWNS IETROITP i 'lay.5-4.Ted Lyons let sve Tngers
Y TWEVE N S, . "; cown with seven hits bnt his wildness
.111 t a error by Barrett enabled De-
(By Associated Press) trait to tie the score in th eninth.
May 27.- Red Wingo's Holloway was hit freely by the Sox.
fumblo and two scratch hits in the: Nearly 110,000 fans paid for tickets
- 12th inning gave Chicago the first to see the Yankees' recent four game
sters, who are already specu- game of the series with Detroit to- series with the Detroit Tigers.

latin g on the outcome of the Western
Conference golf play which is still
two weeks away, are conceding Michi-
gan a. good chance to win the title in
spite of the return of Kenneth Iisert
of Chicago, who won the individual

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KI NNEY'S

Phi Sigha Delta fraternity has been
awarded the all year round intramur-
al participation cup by the intramur-
al department for scoring a total of
1063 points in a race this year which
was exceptionally close; Sigma Alpha
Mu finished second with 1037 points.
The professional fraternity cup has
been awarded to Phi Chi who massed
a total of 874 points in addition to
the points that they will win in the
tennis tourney. Their nearest com-
petitors were Phi Lambda Kappa with
687 points.
Winner Gets Early Start
A total of 17 events were open to
competition for all fraternities.ePhi
Sigma Delta in winning the speed
'ball tournament took an early lead in
the race. They also placed first in
the volley ball event. Sigma Alpha
Mu in placing second in the race won
a frst in the class A basketball tourn-
sy by defeating Phi Kappa Sigma in
a close game.
Theta Chi placing third in the race
won the dual water polo match, and
scored a total of 975 points. Phi Kap-
pa Sigma won fourth with a total of
921 points, scoring wins in the re-
lays and the baseball series.
The cross countdy race and bowling
tournament was won by Phi Sigma
Kappa. Dual swimming meets were
won by Beta Theta Pi, hand ball was
won by Kappa Nu, the general swim-
ming meet by Phi Kappa Psi, wrestl-
ing by Chi Psi, class B basketball by
Delta Chi, foul shooting by Phi Lamb-
da Kappa, outdoor track by Sigma
Nu, the horseshoe tourney by Phi
Gamma Delta, and the tennis meet
will go to the winner of the Kappa
Nu-Phi Chi matches
Other fraternities finishing within
the first ten places were: Beta Theta
Pi with 875 points, Phi Sigma Kappa,
829 points, Kappa Nu, 742 points with
the points that they may win in the
tennis match, Phi Gamma Delta, 792
points, and Delta Tau Upsilon with
7019 points
Excel Last Year's Marks
Compared with thei rtotals of last
year each of the leading fraternities
have advanced several places in their
standings. Phi Sigma Delta ad-
vanced from fourth place to first,
while Sigma Alpha Nu was in eighth
place last year and is second in the
standings in the new lists. Beta The-
ta Pi, leading the race last year has
dropped to fifth place, but with a
greater number of points than they
finished with last year. Phi Kappa
Sigma, who only competed in two
events last year; to win 175 points,
rose to fifth place.
Sixteen first places were distribut-
ed among 12 fraternities last season
while 13 houses won 17 first places
in the new list.
A total of 72 professional and gen-
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CLOTHING MUST BE TAKEN
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
1' be renovated.

Lcading Big' Ten Batters
(Four or more games)
A.B. H-..
Major, Illinois ..........22 11
Derr, Indiana ...........24 11
Plock, Purdue ..........41 19
Becker, Indiana.........11 5
Putcklewai'tz, Mich. ......31 14
Tangen, Wisconsin. 34 15
Brignall, Chicago.......24 10
H-armeson, Purdue......22 9
Palmer, Northwestern... .27 11
Dempsey, Ohio.........32 1.=
Anderson, Chicago .....25 10
Edgar, Michigan ........31 12
Kinderman, Illinois .....32 12
Hoerger, Chicago.......21 8
Mackey, Ohio ...........29 11
Christman, Northwestern.38 14
Barnum, Wisconsin .....33 12
Tarbert, Ohio ...........31 11
Stoll, Wisconsin ........23 8
SGubbins, Chicago........23. 8
Margolis, Illinois .......26 9
McConnell, Chicago .....29 10
Karow, Ohio...........29 10
Oosterbaan, Michigan ...29 °10
Jordan, Illinois .........35 12
Jablonowski, Michigan ..35 12
Taube, Purdue ..........36 12

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.451
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.409
.407
. 406
.400
.387
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,379
.368
.363
.363
.346
.346
.346
.344
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.342
.342
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Vernon Edgar
Who besides taking care of the
catching duties is high among the
leading batters in the Big Ten, his
average of .387 placing him second
among the Michigan players and in
12th place in the Conference. An in-
jury to hand suffered in the Iowa
game is now completely healed.
Lockhart Breaks
Speedway Record
(By Associated Press)
INDIANAPOLIS, May 27. -Although
failing to qualify, ' Frank Lockhart
today broke the Indianapolis speed-
way record during the elimination
try-outs when he drove his 'car for
an average of 115.488 miles for the
first lap.
Patronize Davy Advertisers.-Adv.

title last year.
WILL P90Y iIn Capt. Fred Feely, Fred Glover,
and Addison Connor the Wolverines
have three players who rank among
6911 DtI the best in the Big Ten and there is
TOMORROW I little to separate the three of them.
Connor, who is a sophomore, has play-
Although the' Wisconsin-Michigan ed well all season, his 76 being the
baseball g e W i sichi gan best score turned in Tuesday at De-
bgame which is to be played troit. Feely is a senior and his ex-
Saturday will not command as much perience is expected to serve him well.
interest as if the game were for the Medal play has supplanted matches
Big Ten championship, it is expected in this year's play. The championship
that a large crowd will be on hand, will be awarded to the man turning
as it is the final appearance of three in the lowest score for 72 holes. The
of the Michigan regulars, and a vic- team championship will also be decid
tory would give the Wolverines the ed in this way, the scores of all four
title by a margin of three games. men being added together Ito form a
Captain Wilson, Jablonowski, and team score. The change makes it
Falterewill make their final appear- . harder to guess the winner this year
an before a home crowd, and be- becauso there are many players who
cause of this it is probable that both excell in a match but who fail when
of the pitchers will be allowed to work playing against the whole field.
from the box for a few innings. j Besides Hisert, Lehman of Purdue
Wisconsin has won six games and j and Heppes of Northwestern seen
lost three (luring the season. Michi- 1 the most likely aspirants to Big Ten
gan defeated the Badgers once 6 to 4 individual honors though there are
and Purdue defeated them twice, both several others who may cause trouble,
times by a 6 to 1 score. In the Purdue notably from Illinois and Ohio State.
game last Monday, the Badgers seem- I.In addition to the Conference meet,
ed to be off their usual game, Stoll the Michigan team is looking forward
their best pitcher was ineffective, the to the Detroit district championships j
team did not hit, and the infield made to be held June 28-July 2 over the
more than six errors which is the Oakland Hills course ;n Detroit. This
most errors they have made in one meet is the biggest in Michigan with
game this year. the exception of the state champion-
ship tourney and will draw entries
Al Watrous has left for England from more than 30 clubs.

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eral fraternities comppeted

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various events offered by the depart-j
ment this year, this number being the
same as. that of last year.
Germany has more than 800,000 ath-
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BEGINS THIS MORNING
FRIDAY
Buy Your Memorial Day Suit
at a Huge Saving
ALL NEW LIGHT PATTERNS
Single or Double Breasted
$30.00 Sums now ..............$24.00
$35.00 Suits now ....... .... 28.00
$45.00 Suits now .. .............36.00
$50.00 Suits now........ . ,.40.00
Remember This-The Original Price Tickets on All

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FRIDAY ONLY
Any Topcoat in the Store
Values to $40.00
We are going to have many cool lays and nights this Sprng.
This i s aremarkable offering.

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that save you Money

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Tire economy and highest quality tires
o andin-J.hand.
Just a few trips to the tire repair shop
and the formerly cheap tire is already
a. very dear one, to say nothing of how
much trouble, and delay it will cause
during its short life;, only, to
be rela"d with a new tire
muchi too Soon.
Firestones are the original
"Host Miles per Dilhr tires.
Consider no furthr- buy
Firestones and save money.

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HALF HOSE
Special Lot, 65c
All Others, 25 '( Off
Special Lot Golf Hose-One-half Off
All Sport jackets, 25%o Off
Special Lot Blazers, One-half Off
SHIRTS

Specials
Imported Wool Golf Hose--Exclusive
-Half Price-

Choice of Any Tie in tht Store up to $2.00 ..........95c
Fancy Silk Sport Belts ....... ... ...........59c
All $1.00 Bat Wing Ties...................... 79c
Spring Caps ..............-. ....-.... ,..........$.95 Up
Golf Hose Reduced
TWO PIECE ATHLETICS
SLIP OVER SHIRTS
TRACK PANTS
$2.00 Value ............$1.59

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