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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MAY 29, 1927

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BASEBALL

TEAM WILL

MEET WISCONSIN TOMORROW

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HESTER SCORES "
MIIHIOAN A RAUI IN BOTH DASHES CARR VAULTS FOURTEEN FEET;
- IRSTANFORD WINS EASTERN TRACK
SECOND PLACE 'BERT-H!

P LOT'S WINNING
ILLINI TRACKMEN

(OLVERINE GOLF SQUAD DEFEATS WISCONSIN
OVER ANN ARBOR COURSE BY SCOREO f 23-1

Miunes ota Nine Has Chance For
By Winning Three Ganges
From Indiana

Title

BADGERS TO PITCH STOLL
With a possible chance of finishingt
high in the Conference standings for
the season, the Michigan baseball
team will meet Wisconsin for the sec-
ond time this year at 2:30 tomorrow
afternoon at Ferry 'field.
Illinois, with a percentage of .700
and its schedule completed, looms as
the probable Conference champion,
although Minnesota has a chance to
nose out the Illini by winning all three
of its co'ntests with Indiana. Provid-
ing the Gophers succeed, they will fin-
ish the season with a percentage of
.714.-
By winning the game with the Badg-
ers tomorrow afternobn and defeating
Ohio State in the final game of the
season Saturday, the Wolverines can
finish the season in a tie with Iowa
with a percentage of .666.
Wisconsin May Tie Iowa
Wisconsin also has a chance to tie
with the Hawkeyes by defeating the
Wolverines and taking its final game
fron Chicago on Saturday. The Badg-
ers have won four and lost three
games and two victories will allow
them to end the season with a per-
centage of .666.
The Cardi.nals regained some of the
ground lost as the result of Mich-
igan's 12-inning battle at Madison by
defeating Minnesota on Monday. Be-
sides giving Wisconsin fourth place in
the standings, this victory crowded
the Gophers out of a tie for second
place into fifth position.
Coach Fisher characterized the,
Michigan-Wisconsin game as the best
played collegiate contest that he has
ever seen. Both teams played spectac-
ular ball in the field, while the rival
pitchers, Miller and Stoll, engaged
in one of the best pitching duels of
the season.
Stoll Will Start For Wisconsin
It is probable that the same hurlers;
will pitch in tomorrow's contest, as
Captain George Stoll has had a week's
rest since the Michigan victory at'
Madison. Stoll is considered the best
left hander in the Conference and will.
face a Wolverine team for the sec-
ond time on Ferry field. Last season
the Badger star pitched his teapi to a
6-4 victory over the Wolverines in a
(Continued on page Seven) '

George (Buck) Hester
Who scored nine of Michigan's 44 1-4
points in the Conference track meet
yesterday at Madison, winning the 100
yard dash in the good time of :9.9,
over the rain soaked rack, and plac-
ing second to Everingham of Iowa in
the 220 yard dash. The time in the
220 was 22 seconds.
JOHNNY FARRELL WINS
IN METROPOLITAN GOLF
(Bly Associated Press)
NEW ROCHELLE, May 28-Johnny
Farrell of the Quaker Ridge Golf club,
Mamaroneck, N. Y., is the new Metro-
politan open golf chamipon having
won the title by sinking a 15-foot putt
at the 72nd hole, to beat Bobby Cruick-
shank by one stroke.
The curly-haired youth ascended to
the throne made vacant when Mac-
Donald Smith was unable to compete
because of illness, by playing a con-1
sistently good game through fog, rain
and wind. His total was 296.
Three holes from the finish thel
clue-eyed Farrell was three strokes
behind his diminutive rival. Farrell
has cracked in previous tournaments,
but in this one he came from behind.
At the Engineers' Country Club, Ros-
lyn, N. C., yesterday Miss Mauren Or-
cutt successfully defended her Met-
ropolitan women's crown by an 8 to
7 final round victory over Miss Helen
Seitz of New York.
AMHERST-Richard Stauffer was,
j elected captain of the Amherst track,
J team.

(By Associated Press)
PHILADELPHIA, May 28.-A smallI
but powerful band of twelve stalwart
athletes swept Leland Stanford uni-
versity to its first intercollegiate Four
A track and field championship today,
but it remained for an agile young}
man from Dubuque to supply thel
chief thrill of one of the most spec-
tacular \meets the east has ever seen.)
Carr of Yale, as well as Dubuque,
lifted himself to international fame
by clearing 14 feet in the pole vault
. and setting the world's record form-
erly held by the slim Norwegian'.
Charlie Hoff, who is now a profession-,
al. - It was only by a scant margin
that Carr eclipsed Hoff's figure of 13
feet 11 and 13-16 inches made in Fin-!
land two years ago, but it was enough
to clinch his rank as the world's
greatest vaulter. The Yale youth also
holds the indoor record of 13 feet
j9 1-2 inches.
Carr needed to outdo himself to
'successfully defend his inter-collegi-
ate title as well as accomplish what
has been the goal of all vaulters for
years, for he was extended all the
way by Lee Barnes of Southern Cali-
fornia> the Olympic champion. Leav-1
ing Carr's I. C. A. A. A. A. record of
13 feet-2 inches far behind, Barnes
kept with the Yale ace up to 13 feet
9 1-2 inches but that was his limit.
. Sabin Carr of Yale made the onlyj
world's record, but Eastern intercol-
legiate marks were shattered in the
javelin by Hines of Georgetown, with
a heave of 205 feet, 7 5-8 inches, by
Alfred Bates of Penn State in the
broad jump with a leap of 24 feet,
8 1-2 inches, and by Charlie Borah,

Reid, Harvard; fourth. Welles, Prince-
ton; fifth, Briggs, Yale. Time, 9:25
8-10.
I440-yard dash-Won by Alderman,
Michigan State; second, Ross, Yale;
third. Barbuti, Syracuse; fourth,,
Cooke, Syracuse; fifth, Swope, Dart-
mouth. Time, :48 3-10.
120-yard high hurdles- Won by'
Wells; Dartmouth; second, Collier,
Brown; third, Nichols, Stanford;
fourth, West,.Stanford; fifth, Webber,
Southern California. Time, :14 8-10.
Mile run-Won by Cox, Penn State;
second. Samnsone, Colby; third, Wills,1
Bates; fourth, .McKinnon, Stanford;
fifth, Wildes, Harvard. Time, 4:21 1-5.
( litie Sets Javelin Mark
Javelin throw-Won by Hine, Geor-
getown, 205 feet 7 5-8 inches; second,
Moroney, Georgetown; third, Shipkey,
S'tanford; fourth, Healey, Princeton;
fifth, Moore, Harvard.
220-yard low hurdles-Won by Stein- j
brenner, M. I. T.; second, Spellman,
Cornell; third, Wells, Dartmouth;
fourth, Caruthers, Cornell; fifth, Gra-{
ham, Southern California. Time, :23I
9-10.
Hammer throw-Won by Ide, Penn
State, 162 feet 1 1-2 inches; ,second,
Linn, Pittsburgh; third, Black, Maine;
fourth, Pillsbury, Bowdoin; fifth,
Wright, Cornell.
High jump-Won by Maynard, Dart-
mouth, 6 feet 4 1-2 inches; tie for sec-I
ond, King, Stanford, and Coggshall,
Southern California, six feet 3 3-8 in-
che; fourth, tie between Hampton,
California, and Larsen, Yale, 6 feet
2 1-2 inches.
880-yard run--Won by Proudlock,
Syracuse; second, McCloskey, Boston
College; third, Swinburne, George-
town; fourth, Martin, Dartmouth;
fifth, Hogan, Yale. Time 1:55.'
Broad jump-Won by Bates, Penn
State, 24 feet 8 1-2 inches; second,
Mathias, Penn State; third, Meeks,
Stanford; fourth, Zombro, Stanford;
fifth, Dyer, Stanford.
220-yard dash - Won by Borah,
Southern California; second, Barthol-!
omew, Penn State; third, Paulsen,
Yale; fourth, MacDonald, Pennsyl-
vania; fifth, Filkins, Penn State. Time,
:20 9-10.
Pole vault-Won by Carr: Yale, 14
feet; second, Barnes, Southern Cal-
ifornia, 13 feet 9 1-2 inches; third, Ed-
munds, Stanford, 13 feet 6 inches;
fourth, tie between Bradley, Princeton,
and Williams, Southern California, 13
feet.

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step nearer a possible tie for the un-
official dual meet Conference cham-
pionship by defeating Wisconsin yes-
terday afternoon over the Ann Arbor
course, taking every match to win by
their largest score of the season, 23-.
1. This is the Wolverines' fourth con-1
secutive victory for the season, Illi-
nois, Northwestern, and Ohio State
being the other Big Ten teams to fall
before the Maize and Blue.
Yesterday's victory places the Mich-
igan team within striking distance of
a tie for the 1927 title. In order to
share the top honors they must defeat
the unbeaten Chicago team on its own
course in the final match of the sea-
son. T'he Maroons boast an unmarred
record, while Michigan has lost only
one match, that to Purdue by a nar-
row margin.
Addison Connor repeated his per-
formances of last week to stand out 'as}
the low man on the Wolverine team'
for, the day. He shot a 69 for the morn.
ing round and came back in the four-
some in the afternoon to make a bril-
liant 66, equalling the course record.
Gernon, Badger number one ma,
proved no match for the Wolverine
star and- lost all three points of the
match.
John Bergelin experienced the
hardest competition of the day in de-1
feating Clenendon of Wisconsin in the
second match of the day, 2 points to 1.
Clenendon captured the first ninel
holes otfthe match to win the invading
team's single point and it looked as

golf team advanced a ! though he would defeat the Michigan

sopohomore star, but Bergelin stead-
ied himself on the second nine and
beat his opponent, 77-79.
In the' third match of the day, Cap-
tam Fred Glover experienced no
trouble in disposing of Hagen, his Car-
dinal rival,, winning all three points.
Although the Michigan captain was
not low man for the day, he played a
consistent game.and was never press-
ed' by his opponent. Glover's scores
were 70 and 72, while Hagen's were
77 and 78.
Playing the final .individual match,
Vyse added three more points to the
Michigan total by defeating McFadden.
The Wolverine shot a 72 to down his
opponent, whose score was 74.
Going into the foursomes with a lead
of 11-1. the Wolverines made their
victory decisive by winning both of
the matches on the afternoon's pro-
gram. By gaining all 12 points in the
foursomes the Michigan team piled up
its largest score of the year.
Connor paired with Bergelin in the
first foursome and had no trouble in
defeating Gernon and Olenendon of
Wisconisn,/ -0. Connor's score for this
match was a 66 which was much lower
than. either .of the ca rds turned in by
the Wisconsin players.
In the second foursome Captain Glo-
ver paired with Ralph Cole to win all
three points from Hagen and McFad-
den of Wisconsin. The Michigan cap-
tain shot a 72, while dole turned In
a 73. Hagen and McFadden made
scores of 78 and 76 respectively.

Michigan's

Coach Harry Gill
Of the Illinois track team which yes-
terday narrowly overcame Coach
Stephen J. Farrell's Wolverines, by a
score of 46-44 1-3.
NUMERALS AWARDED TO
16 OF FRESHMAN SQUAD
Freshiran baseball practice was
brought to a close last week with]
Coach Jack Blott's announcement of
the 16 candidates who were awarded
numerals. According to Coach Blott,
the squad as a whole was not up to
the standard of past years, although
there are several men who should de-
velop into candidates for next year's
Varsity.
Anong the most promising of thel
freshmen batterymen were Short and!
Grodsky, catchers and Hill, a capable
pitcher.
The complete list of lumeral win-
ners follows: Grodsky, Shout, Dolen-
sky, catchers; Hill and Hock, pitchers;
Martin, La Fevere, Waltman, Knight,
Lovell, Putzig, Kilbasa, and Pate, in-
fielders; Hym, Slagle and Gray, out-I
fielders.

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Southern California
the 220 yard dash in
complete a sweep of
only double triumph
summaries:
Shot put-Won by
nia, 47 feot 11 3-8i
Hoffman, Stanford;

flash, who ran
:20.9 seconds to
the sprints, the
of the finals.

Gerkin,
inches;
third,

Califor-
second,
Forster,

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Stanford; fourth, Adelman, George-{
town; fifth, Lamberg, Pennsylvania.
100-yard dash -Won by Borah,
Southern California; second, Paulson,
Yale; third; Bartholomew, Penn State;
fourth, House Southern California;I
fifth, Miller, Harvard. Time, :9.8.
Discus-Won by Hoffman, Stanford,
150 feet 7 inches; second, Phillips,E
California; third, Welch, Pittsburgh;
fourth, Evans, Stanford; fifth, Ander-
son, Cornell.
Two mile run-Won by Payne, Penn-
sylvania; second, Smith, Yale; third,

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