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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

WED S *.. MAY., 1-1;

THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. MAY 11: i92~-

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EDDflOUIlU Finshes Four th I 1927 PimlicoEvent To Arizona Athlete~ BASEBALL SQUAD
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ATHLTESFROM33 IGH CHOLS T COPET
Fitek vnshvebeaddfr h vnslsedaete10 42
Ferry feldJ. ..ry th e. s ho..hv.r nnn.b od.nd r nnn.h g
twie t the umb ier of'natsls t MedSa lwlbared t the win-agra
yoe. rth W itey ot, o-(prt of the wfirst for a imeach
theprelinarieshillerbcpheloFriseeand iithadditneytharewteam
plda at2o c andethefinalseth n treouhieseillSbpesFnted.thek tSid
thea eetineof te hmmer thrBow. ilad"at;trhy wfillbgiend oted
woian bSrnayoff Saturamrnngabetoincgream, but lasdtoisrisha pior-
10d W'clokTeyhpacer thraowfwllhe !ulth iestothe itemntwn i
coofMpleted friayafrnoonstee times will eaid.. a -
AHEdEw OMr3HHSOLSTCMPE
makee ees ad escre orTeeet se r te10 2
the 27th annual i~~~nt r c o a t c t a k an 44 ya d d s e , h l tu e a d j
ip me-sok Uersit fml unhl ierly,1 on
iiga netFia nAudya htpt oevut amrtrw

1()wa at 11llinois.E
Fuia duc at \v xetva
(Thforclen (C PS 2 l11aft l(i t odav's
F ga1(mswill hav'e a Is iry (IC ii it P (ut-
look as f,! as til e hopes for the pires-
cnt leadling I'eams are eouiceruied' T1-
linois in first 7idace with a lperfcect.
record will mneet the Iowa t eamn atf
Urbania. Iowa has (droppedl but one
1-aime this sea: on and is now display -
ing a brand of ball which may be
i equal to that shown last Saturday by
the Illini on Ferry field.
INorthwestern, rainedI out of its
i game Monday with Wisconsin, will
k -,o to Lafayette to meet the Purdue
lern. Northiwesteirn has broken bet-
ter tl':n even in its gamnes and~ has
a 1)ercentag e of .667. Purdue has wont
andl lost three games as its efforts.
Inzdiana, the sub~mergedl tenth of the
I Conference ball teamns, has yet -o win'
I a game, but nm.y get its chance today
when it meets*'the University of Chi-
cago nine at Chicago. The Chicago
aggeainhswon one game of the
fieit has played.
fiv other games will he played (lur-
ing the -week until this Saturday when
all ten teams get into action. Then
Michigan will go to Urbana and at-
tempt to revenge the recent defeat
administered by the Illini.
I BIG TEN STANDINGIS
IIllinois.... .5 0 1.000
i Iowa.... ...3 1 .750
f Minnesota ........2 1 .667j
INorthwestern . ...2 1 .6671
Ohio State ........3 3 .500
IPurdue ..........3 3 .500
I'Michigan.........2 8 .400 I
IWisconsin ........]. 2 'X33
IChicago ..........1 4 .200
Indiana ..........0 4 .000
ly. Besides the Millard trophy, a prize
will be given to the team winning the1
relay andl to the individual high scor-
er of the m~eet.

ireuma oaeo i uaw usi.ay ight edL ge upon the otner candidates,
leaving the number of candidates at At second base Balsamno is the out-
forty-five. Coach Jack Blott has chargeJ standing aspirant to play the keyston~i
of the yearling team this year due to ! sack. He was also a member of thci
the illness of Coach Edwin X. Mather, I freshman basketball team.
who is recovering from an operation$ The material for third' base is only
that hie underwent last week in a lo- Ifi.Fod odaApeod n
cal hospital. Blott is being assistedjfi.Fod odaApeod n
by redric Mofet, ajunor n te iSchafron are all trying out foir the
1School of Education.$ position. Among the shortstops Wa-,1
? odrthr emt esac man seems to have the call over thef
Good hit her se m t beseason. other candidates, lthoug h, he lhas
among the first year men thisseon been handicapped by a, sprained ankle
L~. Hill is the most likely prospect during the last week. the, most prom-
so far. He has been alternating be- isingcatchers are {Marshall, Grodsky,
mouend the outfield and the pitching and Short.
Several good players are making a
! laid to hold dlown first base. Martin, FJADTKEW N D

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John Francis Scott
With a victory over Charley Pad-
dock, world's tastest human, i n a
220 yard race ft Phoenix, Ariz,, re-
cently, John Francis Scott, track cap-
tain of the University of Arizona this
'season, ranks as one of the most
promisiiig sprinters discovered in col-
legiate ranks in recent years. Scott's
time against Paddock waa .22:5, which
is two seconds sloex or than the
world's mark for the distance, held
by Locke.
HIGH.I HONOR ACCORDED
MICHIGAN SWIM LEADER'
Paul C. Samson, who captained the
1927 Michigan swimming team to its
pionships has been awarded the WVest-
first 'Conference and national chain-j
ern Confernee medal for proficiencyI
in studies and athletics this year. This
modal i-s awarded each year to the
athlete in each of the Big Ten schools
who is judged to be the most pro-
ficient in athletics and1 in his studies.
Samson, winner of three letters in
swimming, is ratedl as one of the best
swimmers ever produced in collegiate
ranks. During his four years in the
university hoe has maintained nearly
an all-A average in his scholastic
work.

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THIS WEEK

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Pick yours today at
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Next to. Wuelrth Theater

GOIG T~t11G
Get your SpringMde
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SPORT'

SHOES

$45.00
$40.00
$35.00

Suilts . .. .. ..
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. $36.00
. $32.00
. $28.00

IT'S HERE
The season when Ciippen's malted milks taste the

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best is again upon us.

We are near enough the

campus soy you can drop in between classes or on

your way from college.

Our rich, creamy syrups

used in -all fountain preparations will

make the

ideal hot weather refreshments.
We carry a complete lie of Norris' and Gilbert's
candies. You have a large variety of choice

Knickers
$12.00 'Now. $9.60
$10.00 INow .$8.00
$7.50 N4ow.. $6.00
Wilson Bros.
Enro Shirts
$1.60 to $2.80
Hats
Mallory
$4.80

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$5.00 Nok . . $4.00
$3.00 Now . . $2.40
$2.00 Now . .$1.60
Pajamas
$4.00 Now .$3.20
$3.00 Now . . $2.40
$2.00ONow . $1.60
Nunn Bush.
{oxfords
$8.50
Now $7.45
~Athletic
Union Suits
20I° Off

Light Tan and Two-tone.
Saddle at $100
New Ties
Linen Kni~ckers
Golf Hose

assortments to choose from that

will please~

the

most fastidious.
CRIPPEN'S
3 STORES

Odd
Trousers
$7.95
Flannel Included

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