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APRIL 21, 1925.

THE MICHIGAN. DAILY

APRIL 21, 1~28. TI-IE MICHIGAN DAILY

BIG TEN BALL TEAMS1
SY9AYWILL BE BUSYTOA
fhiriao And IJi iiiesota Are Only
Niftes Not Sclleli led,; Ohio State
lWill Ileet 1Jhrdife
PURPLE TO PLAY AGR
Eight -Conference baseball t~gms
n ill see action this week-end, all
niinepi with the exception of Chicago
and Minnesota having games schedul-
ed.
Northwestern will hellp Wisconsin
to inaugurate the Conference season
today at Madison. The Wildcats,
smarting" front their 7-1 defeat at the
hands of the Wolverines, will seek
their initial victory against the Badg-
ers.
Either Palmer or Hlellerman will
appear on the mound for the Purple
niine. Coach Lowman will select Jac-
obsen or Ellerman to hurl for Wis-
consin. The Badgers' title Hopes re-
ceived a setback when Murphy, star
first baseman, was recently declared
ineligible along with two other reg-
ulars.
Purdue's diamond squad will play
its second Big Ten game against
Ohio State today. The Boilermakers,
in spi te of their 17-0 loss to the Wol-
verinies, are p~rimed for a victory.
Maxton, who was hit bard in the
Michigan contest, may pitch for Pur-
due. Ohio State revealed a woe ~ul
defense in its initiol Conference tilt,
losing to Indiana, 7-5, committing nol
less than 10 errors.
The Iowa nine will journey from
Ann Arbor to South Bend for a non-
Conference gam' with Notre Dame.
The Hlawkeye's veteran outfit shiould
give the Irish some competition. In-
(iana is scheduled to meet DePauw.
TORONTO.- The Canadian Open
Golf championships will be held July

OZ~hio K~ansas R~elay~s To Ina ugurate al so divi(IddLahis 5(lu (] scnoling;lua
' en to Lawrence and two t I lm
Track Season In Middle West loday bees. Captain l)roeeulller, ligy Ten hmin setrdi h o l- aut
(Continued from Page Six) entered. In addition, Emerson No!*- ;t and 3 wihgeti ine. he high
track carnival at Columbus, where sn trwih awl opt n AfaueC h horlyer
21 of CoachSteye Farrell's runnersI the shot put, while Brady and Mlunn, iiival will be the ahppea ran~ce of Ray
will attempt to annex a portion of the300 ees u.Conger in a special miilo race.
Coach Mill, at Northwestern, has
the honors.
Illinois, boasting one of the strong-11wl,-
est track squads in the country as a
result of winning the Couference in-
door title and defeating. SouthernU
California in a dual meet, has divid-
ecd its team, sending competitors to
each of the meets. White, star p~ole
vaulter, Lyon, Big Ten shot pt-v
champion, and Miller, broad jumper,
are the individual entries at Law-
The Illini four nifle relay quartet-
couposed of Novak, McElwee, Stine,
and Abbott will attempt to break the
national collegiate x.pcord of 17:45
held by the 1922 Illinois team. The AFl ieo
Indians have also entered a sprint Whitehouse 8& Hardy Models
team in the 440 and 880 yard relay'
events at Kvansas. On Display At
At Columbus the Illini will be repre-
sented by a one mile, two mile, and ' GUY 'xVOOLFOLK
medley relay -team. Individual cam-}
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the hop, step, and jump, Heinsen and
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