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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILYWEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1927

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WEB ED'S tRID TEAM Early Preakness Favorite, Scapa Flow, INODPaddock Loss 220
Finishes Fourth In 1927 Pimlico Event To Arizona Athlete
B EATS KE[lS OlTRT _ ..CIf REND[NCE RAW

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SECOND CUT REDUCES FRESHMEN
BASEBALL. SQUAD TO 45 PLAYERS

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Big Te Leader Play Cow istent TB1llI
t ~ ~To ) aaintain Perfzect ecord
Of Fige 1ietories
IOWA SHOWS STRENGTH
1 Indiana at Chicago.
Iowa at Illinois.
I IPudue atA Northw':"'tern.
(Conference baseball after today's
games will have a fairly deinite out- I
look as iar as title hopes for the pres-
uent leading teams are concerned] II.-
I linois in first place with a perfect
record will meet the Iowa team at
Urbana. Iowa has dropped but one
game this -season and is now display-
ing a brand of ball which may be
equal to that shown last Saturday by
the Illini on Ferry field.
Northwestern, rained out of its
game Monday with Wisconsin, will
-o to Lafayette to' meet the Purdue1
team. Northwestern has broken bet-
ter than even in its games and has
a percentage of .667. Purdue has won
and lost three games as its efforts.
Indiana, the submerged.tenth of the
Conference ball teams, hias yet to win
a game, but may get its chance today
when it meets the University of Chi-
great cago nine at Chicago. The Chicago
me it aggregation has won one game of the
would five it has played.
k the No other games will be played dur-
inued ing the week until this Saturday when
field all ten teams get into action. Then
when Michigan will go to Urbana and at-
tempt to revenge the recent defeat
administered by the Illini.

Eighteen players were cut from the who comes from LaPorte, Ind., has a
freshman baseball squad yesterday, slight edge upon the other candidates,
Sleaving the number of candidates at At second base Balsamo is the 'out-
forty-five. Coach Jack Blott has charge standing aspirant to play the keystono
of the yearling team this year due to sack. le was also a member of tha
the illness of Coach Edwin J'. Math-er, freshman basketball team.
who is recovering from an operation The material fgr third base is only
that he underwent last week in a lo-
cal hospital. Blott is being assisted fair. Floyd, Gadeap, Appleford, and
by Frederick Moffett, a junior in the Schiafron are all tryin .g out for the
hy fEdcaton. position. Among the shortstops Walt-
School of Education. man seems to have the call over the
Good pitchers seem to be scarce other candidates, although he has
among the first year men this season. 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- s catchers are
tween the outfield and the pitching sing hr Marshall, Grodsky,
and Short.
mound.
Several good players are making a
bid to hold down first base. Martin, READ THE WANT ADS

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Soapa FlOw
Going to the barrier a slight fa- Scapa Flow led the field a
vorite over the Whitney colts, Bos- f part of the way and for a ti
tonian and Whiskery, Scapa Flow' seemed as if the Whitney pairv
placed fourth n the thirty-seventh an- be outclassed. Scapa Flow too
nual Preakness at Pimilico. Bos- ylead at the first turn and conti
tonian, Sir Harry of Seagram stables, to increase her lead over the
and Whiskery placed ahead of the until the last of the sixteenth
son of Man Of War. Bostonian took the lead..
ATHLETES FROM 33 HIG1SCHOOLS TO COMPETE
IN 27TH ANNUAL INTERSCHOLASTIC TRACK M

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BIG TEN STANDINGS

Fifteen events have been carded for
the 27th annual interscholastic track
and field meet of the University ofj
Michigan next Friday and Saturday at1
Ferry field. Thirty-three schools havej
entered more than 400 athletes, overI
twice the number of entrants last
year.
The preliminaries will be held Fri-
day at 2 o'clock and the finals, with
the exception of the hammer throw.
will be run off Saturday morning at
10 o'clock. The hame throw will be
completed Friday af rnoon.

Tlh events listed are the 100, 220
and 440 yard lashes; half mile and
mile runs, half mile relays, 12 pound
shot put, pole vault, hammer throw.1
running broad and running highi
jumps, javelin and discus throws.
Medals will be awarded to the win-'
ners of the first four places in each
event, and in addition three team
trophies will be presented. The "Sid
Millard" trophy will be given to the
winning team, but as this is a per-
petual prize, the first team to win it
three times will retain it permanent-

Illinois..........5
Iowa............3
Minnesota .......2
Northwestern ....2
Ohio State ........3
Purdue ..........3
Michigan ........2
Wisconsin.......1
Chicago ..........1
Indiana.........0

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With a victory over Charley Pad-
dock, world's fastest human, in a
220 yard race at Phoenix, Ariz., re-
cently, John Francis Scott, trick cap-
tain of the Univeisity of Arizona this
season, ranks as one of the most
promising sprinters discovered in col-
legiate ranks in recent years. Scott's
time against Paddock was .22:5, which
is two seconds sloANer than the
world's mark for the distance, held
by Locke.
HIGH HONOR ACCORDED
MICHIGAN SWIM LEADER
Paul C. Samson, who *captained the
1927 Michigan swimming team to its
pionshaips has been awarded the West-
first Conference and national cham-
ern Confernce medal for proficiency
in studies and athletics this year. This
medal is awarded each year to the
athlete in each of the Big Ten schools
who is judged to be the most pro-
ficient in athletics and in his studies.
Samson, winner of three letters in
swimming, is rated as one of the best
swimmers ever produced in collegiate
ranks. During his four years in the
university he has maintained nearly
an all-A average in his scholastic
work.

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will be given to the team winning the
relay and to the individual high scor-
er of the meet.

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