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r THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE M.CHI..N... ..

010 II1[Q'SVRCUSE PAEL TEAM j
TUI LOSES TOSTATE MNIE
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LI TlhfllflfflW(Continued from Page Six)
in g; star of the day. McCauley also
To P u o~ o . ° e Ilaye fine .afield. Peck, while he
--- A made the only error, for the Orange,
M.3ilileso1a, ('higroWiI1i 11nelle made a sensational one handed "catch
(onflereuee Seasolls A ;, inst of Rinehart's drive on one occasion.
Ilinos), 'u1ir1le SYIIA'I4CU1A8 H11P A
Heljeb, 3b ............4 1 0 1
ILLINI IN SECOND PLACE Benzin, 11lb............. 3 0 14 0
____Peck, 21)..............4 0 '2
Less than two weeks of the 192813 arowitz, .. .. ..... ..3 0 2 4
Conference baseball sea son have I 11a. , ... .....30
elapsed, but already thefiell ofuncle- b ,aflger, . rt....... .....3 0 0 0
Siul.........3 0 o00
feated teams has beeni redluced Slein, c......
! ,half and two of. the remaining five Ga Isley, 1).......2 O0 0
have yet to meet their first Big Tpen .._
opponent. Michigan, Illinois, and1 Wi s- TTL.....2 71
consin are the-teams with perfect ro- 1jr~j'# ' ~ARII P A
cords, while Minnesota and Chicago McCauley, ss..........1 -0 1
will pry the lids off their 1928 Con- Crall, 3b..........4 0)0(1 1
feience schedules tomorrow afternoon. Rinehart, cf............4 2 1 0
]n esting at the top of the heap inl Heisiiigton, lb......3 (0 10 0
the scramble for the title, with four Tolley,. p .............3 1 1 3
.xictories in as many starts, Michigan Davis, rf.......... ...3 0 4 0
will withdraw from the realms of Con- Sablis, if........3 1 4 01
Y)erence competition for a twelve day l Garuse, ....,...3 0 I
,period or 'a pair oif'games with S......... Eggert, 21),............ 2 1 0 1
ruse an~d an invasion of the East

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$liere they will engage Colgate inl TOTALS..........26 5 24 0
two contests and Harvard in one. Syracuase . ............10(wo 00-1
,,Although hard pressed to score their 11. 4. C............ )01 ~-
second victory of the season over the Summaries: Runs-State: Rine-
Purdue nixie, Coach Lundgren',, Illini hart, Eggert; Syracuse: Heljeb. Er-
.succeeded in keeping their slate clean rors- State: McCauley, Crall, Caruse,
*by coming from behind to overcome 3;" Syracuse: Peck 1. Struck out by
.a four run lead gained by the Boil- Tolle' (6); by Galsley (6).. Base on
,ermakets off Stewart's delivery to eke balls off Toles (1); off Galsley (4).
out a 5-4 win when the Purdue de- Hit batter.~
fense faltered late in the game.--
Vietorjous in its filst encounter of the DRAKE AND PENN RLAYS
s~eason with Northwestern, 8-3, Wis-
consin will travel to. Iowa City to-l DRAW OL~~CMAT IERIAL
morrow where a real test awaits them-
,.in the form of Coach Otto Vogal's (Continued from Page Six)
Hlawkeye outfit. Drake last year and was composed of
Despite a 3-0 reverse a.t the hands such runners as Conger, Thornberg,
'of the Wolverines, Indiana ranks as .;aadCuui',cn qa h
oneC of the most formidableoutfits illnTcladCuucciqa h
,teBig Ten and has a pair of vic meet recordl of 7:51.4 establisher) by
Htories over Ohio' State to her credit. the Michigan quartet of 1925.
;_ f Coach Dean decides to use Paugh, Thompsoni of Dartmouth and Dye of
-Iis star twirler, against Northwestern Southern California-thi' pair's time
-tomorrow, the Hoosiers should be able of' :14 4-5 in the 120 yardl high
-to defeat the Wildcats. hurdles; Illinois' time of 1'7:45 in the
______________four mile relay; Penn's :41 3-5 in the
a --- 440 yard sprint relay; Iowa's 3:16.9
I BWTEN~'rA1~~s Iin the mile relay; three of which lastI
' 111 T.F f Tl:N0I %) still stand as intercollegiate marks.
-- F Finally, in the dash, HFubbard's, of
W W I' PCT. I Michigan, and Locke's of Nebraska,
:' Fiiehigant....... 4 0 1.000 times of :09.8 andl :09.5, respectively.
j- Illinois ..........2 0 1.000[ Which wa's the better performance,
'H Wisconsin .......1 0 1.0001 what with the gale behind the Corn-
*~Indiana......2 1 .666 husker during his attempt, is ir~rele~-
Chicgo.......0 0 .000 vant, but it is a certainty that both
Minnesota .......0 0 .000 were travelling.
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Northwestern .... 0 2 .000 IBN AN
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