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1'l' 1 l D fDlfQ[ ioht Br Ten Pall MANAGER P'ECKINPAUGH AND FIVE OF THE CLEVELAND unners Complete.

R imrr.L1 uu .i. r\m 11 i- ' 1. -

IIIfi L tr .. 1I L1 Teams To Play In
Conference b~aseball teams were
enjoying another1 day of rest today
G-,A ME AT H MILTON (prior to the hieavy scheduleofam
Ifrthe week end. Five games are on.
COPRIIIJEN4 SLATEdD TO PLAY AT ith car& involvingalthBi'.e
IECOD i3I 'AIlg i'Iine with the exception of Michi-
OF BI) MORSE gan and -Minnesota.
St~rS ASTIllinois dropped into second lilte
DIVIDED SEE ATYE RI a result of Wisconsin's victory OV,;
1" AlMonday, is face(d with two gamnes i
( srittt, 'e~rttOrCotrel o'two dlays against the Ohio State
V ltsrdi or A V e i fii, r (oltrell o tamn, 1b0th gamnes to lbe at Columbus.
hurlFOR ('ogite Whi I0d4ItIi ndiana with but one gairme to play
I1e141 For ieje% )1t3 has a task of disposing of the hard
PRAL E iHIPiIhittingi(,Iowa aggregation.
,l iI~h t~11?I They other games will involve Wis-
iliiiin _t t cousin andl Chicago with Purdue fac-


Piehelig, ;(ii A'ain, I[
Lcoos, 5 l3roiiacker, r
L no IfCor r id ni, 21) Detore, ss
Ooterb~iaau, lh Steinberg, 21)
W eninti aul), ab Bridges, 3b
Strain), rf Welch, ef
McCoy, C Jones, c
MVc Aiee, p Carduer or
Cottrell, p
As theo intitial game on its eastern
invasion, Michigan's baseball team
will meet Colgate this afternoon at
Whitnall field, Hamilton, N. Y. This
will be the first of a two game ser-
ies, the second contest to be played
ton..orrow. On Saturday the Wolver-
ines will journey to C amhridge for
a game11.with the stong IHarvard
Coacht Fisher will probably nomnin-
ate Bill McAfee, "Michigan hurling
aice, to face the Maroons' on the
mouind this afternoon. H-e, wiill be op-
posed by Gardner or iCottrell, best
of olho Colgate pitching corps. Gard-
ner played' the outfield last season,
while Cottrell is a sophomore find.
Padonna may see service if the Wol-
verin e batters becoame rampant..
Fred Hagy, one of the hardest hit-
ters on the Maroon squad, will be at
first base. Steinberg and Bridges,
t~wo veterans, are slated for second
anid third. Detore will see. duty at
shiortstop, Welch, another veteran,
and Allan and Bonacker will com-
pose the Colgate outer, trio. Behind
the plate Jones, an experienced cat-
cher will' do the receiving.
The illness of Bud Morse, second
baseman, will causc a shakeup in
the Michigan lineup. Oosterbaan will
bie at his old position at first base,
with Capntain Loos at short and Wein-
t raidb tit third. Corriden, how'evcr,
will he shifted from left field to
M1orse's place at second base. Lange
w i ll move over to left fled, Nebelung
will be in center, while Straub, a
sophomore, will play :right field. Mc-
(Continued on Page Seven) ;

in g the lowly Northwestern nine at
Eanston. The Purple outfit has drop-
ped five straight games without a
win after making a promising show-
ing on the southern training trip.
Chicago and Purdue battled ten in-
nings on Tuesday before the Boiler-
makers could win 6 to 5. Maxt on, on
the mound for Purdue, skillfully dis-
tributed nine Maroon hits while his
-=~tes were getting only five off of
Zimmerman. The teams traded plac-
es in the standings as a result, Pur-
due rising to sixth place while Chi-
cago dropped into the Bolermaker's
old berth in seventh.

r k Of33In Continent ace
(By Ass ciated D'ress)
."INCIN Ill., May 2-It was a
VI2 mile trek that faced Charley
3 }yyl'yie's transcontinentalIrunners to-
ily ora, ill., elig°'the sixtieth
r 7-, ,! L F } . k.r. ' co trol point callingthm
* Harold (Red) (!1:iige, the football
1l,),y(r andX-cfl i remained here
:": to start the. 71 footut-en forwaird,
,.<.,.. $Pyle having gone ahead to arrang
;:. night controls. Since (departure o:L
r Ie uidint; genius of the world('s
Ilongest comnpet itive loot race, Grang
, ,,; : . has bca .ikept lbusy combatting at-
c t .,Em{itsbtrough lega l clian s to halk
PEUKIAPAUGHthe caravan.
,::"; t"~~~e'ter Gavu,7zzi, ithe b(.:eaded ngt-
"r::."." : islin an, iicrea"i (I hislead yester
r:.....::::.. ,.::...:,;.:; : :::::::::.,T.rhe :'::.a:l:>:.e:;;i :and:.:::r::.n<::thedh nd31.t e 1.
ilsfrom S'pringfieldl in 3:52:24.
Seth Gonzales ~i of Dnvrkept is.
492:25:23 asq compared with G }nvuz-
........: .zi's 366:15:11. Gavuzzr i~s advantage
.:" :. .:: .. ,overi Andrew Payne of Claremore,,
3 ,4 "Okla., who holds second, is now 5:26-
.. ...:r' "" :.,: ":;::<:: ..: ..+ ...-.--..... .'" ;;i 3" .:.:.::.:4:5:. Payne:; finishedayn finsha itieti forr
eighth yesterday.
z:«.":"::.. ::::::.:::.:":. ""..;.....:.. :;=:>::>;:.>: <.U 1" - .:. ":.hursday's; control:: ::< Thwill's cobeolatl be at nor-
: T1MA ::< wtiac, Fri day's at Joliet and Saturday's
~ ~ ~at Chicago.
__ _ __ __ _ _ BIG LEAGUE
TO BE INVE STIGATED I Big ;Chief Peckinpaugh and five or, TRACK STAR, INJURES
+his mainstays who are in second po-AEIA 1AU
BY N. V. COMMISSION',sition in the junior circuit just be- ANKLE AT HAND BAL1L n w LLPct.
hind the pace-setting Yankees. The , MyAssoc,.piated Ps)Mnr nii A 7

11,4011IPenni iI'hy Wil 1li Four

Detroit 103:
Chicago 000a
Carroll; Conally,i
NelW York 0001
Washington 002:


1iC Y1 Ii '1 ¢D,1A E 1,0111\'I


100 020-7 11
000 100-1 4
Cox, Barnabe.
000 230-5 9
133 00x-9 11



In prepar~ation for Saturday's meet
with Ohio State at C'olumbus, ic hi-
gani's track team w nt trough ta
series of workouts 1nd 'trialsyes-
terday afterntoon onFerry field. A
waimz sun and little witdnd mde the
conditions fine :'or the atlletcs.
"Dusty" Almnger Spurted inl the last
50 yards of the 440 yardd (lh trial
to overtake, Dalton Seyvimur and win
Icy Several feet. in the hlf i;'le test
the veteran, Lomnont, le'd Leonardl
and G:'nnow -acrocs the ftiish line.
Several trials in theit(, _ yard high1
hurdles recealed DOon Cooper in g;ood
formr. lie ran the firs-t ffight of
hurdles against. Potter, a good fresh-
man prospect, and wvon b~y several
yards. In the secondt flight C ooper
led Kinney, Varitty hurdler, andt
Potter to th~e tapte. 1-us time in both
flights was tunder16tsecns
Knapp, Beeman, andl Widlman dlis-
playedI fair form in the javelin, all
throwing it over 160 feet, anI im-
'jrovement over last Saturday's per-
formances. Haorrell out~leaiped Bloch-
ar in the rutrnning broad jump, and
will probably make the trip to Co-
Ketz, Hester, Wuerfel, and Chap-
man event through workouts in pre-
paraition for the meet with the Buck-
eyes. These men will be counted uip-
on for several points in Saturday's
m'eet. Announcement will be made
today by Coach Farrell of the men
who .will make the trip to Columbus.
:Ohio has ar squad of capable track
performers this season, including
several outstanding Stars. In the
Penn relays last Saturday the Buck-
eyes captured four events,. annex-
ing the maj. , "hontors.
The Ohio State quartet of hurdlers,
Swon the 480 yardI shuttle hurdle fromA
EPennsylvania and Yale. Crookce, Pet-
ersilg'e, Pierce, and Rockaway com-'
posed the teame. Rasmus, another
Scarlet' and Gray entry, annexedl the,
discus throw with' a heoave of 144
feet two inches.
George Simpson, sophm'o.re sprint
(CotiuedonPage SeYen)

Hoyt, Johnson; ;Pones, Braxton.
St. Louis 100 210 003-7 10
Cleveland 000 000 000- 0 4
Gray; tThle.
Athletics at 13ovton, rain.
Home runs-West, Washington.

Brooklyn 000 000 001-1
New York IOU 001 00x-2
Elliott, Doak; lBenton.
Cincinnati 010 030 200-6
St. Louis 100 011 001-4]
Mays; Reinh art, Johnson.
Chicago 201 023 000 0-8
Pittsburgh 403 100 000 1-9
Jones, Nehf; Miljus, Dawson.
Boston 000 030 000-3
Phillies 006 102 00x-97




't (By Assocatedi iPress)
NEW YORK, May 2.-Jack De-l
'aney's 73-second knockout defeat by1
the Boston sailor, Jack Sharkey, is to
undergo a thorough scrutiny by the{
New York state athletic commission.1R
Rumors that the fight was not "ont
the level" and that Delaney had not
properly trained have led the boxing
fathers to start an investigation that
will bring drastic action should any;
evidence of wrong-doing be uncov-
Manager's of the two boxers scoffed
at the persistent reports that the bout
was not '"on the up and up.'
James A. Farley, chairman of the
commission, revealed that before the
fighters were caled in to the ring at
Madison Square garden Monday night
he had instructedl Lou Magnolia, the
referee, to inform Sharkey and De-
laney they would be thrown out of the
ring if there was anything wrong wit Ii
their actions.

Indians were relegated to a lower:I WICKERSDORF, Germany, May 2. Cleveland........... 13 7 .650
standard by the sport writers but'-Dr. Otto Peltzer, German runner, Philadelphia .. 7 4 .636
have gone off the reservation on aStLoi12 9 .7
has injured an ankle. He has been S.Lus......2 9 .7
ram'epa ge. o emn' raethpsfrDetroit.............9 13 .409
Uhle and Shaute are a pair of cp one ofGrmn'agetethpe-o Washington......... 6 9 .400
able hurlers and if they continue at success in the Olympic games. Chicago . ".. .. .7 12 .3611
the rate they have been going theI Dr. Peltzer injured his right ankle Boston ..........4 11 .267
Redmen should press the Yanks when he was taking. part in a field
throughout the campaign. Luke Sew- day at Poesneck on Sunday. He was NATIOINAL LEACIm .
ell brother of Joey Sewell, is handl-- playing hand ball\ and fell in a gen-
ing the catching assignment in good eral scuffle near. the goal. New York........... 9 4 .692
style beside hitting quite wiell. At first it was believed that the Cincinnati.......11 7 .f 11
Jam'ieson and Sumnma are both out- 'injury was not serious, but the at- Brooklyn ..........9 7 .5r3
fielders. Jamnieson, a veteran on the tending physician now fears that Pittsburgh ... 8 8 .500
Cleveland team was considered a-' weeks may eapse before the run-I St. Louis............ 8 9 .471
bout through but to dlate he has dem- ner will be able to resunw training;Chcg ..... 9 12 .429
onstratcel everything but that. Sum-; and it may then be too late for him i!Boston............. 6 8. .429
ma also seems set for another good to get in condition for the gam'es atI Philadelphia 5 10 ."33
season. 1Amsterdam.
If the Indians come through and; The news caused grave distress in Cincinnati displaced Brooklyn in
give the Yanks a real fight they will sporting circles throughout Germany second place yesterday in the National
receive the ap~plause of the entire as Dr. Peltzer, who ran in mile and league as a result of a 6 to 4 victory
baseball world who are starting to 1,000 meter events in the United i over St., Louis while the Robins were
tire o" seeinig the Yankees niaking a 1States last winter, was held to be i losing to New York in a 2 to 1 pitch-
run away race in the American lea- 1 Germany's greatest Olym'pic hope. er's battle.,
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