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HE Ml-HIGA. IDATLY

ESHMIVEN

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THE MI~HTGAN DAILY

TRACK

SQUAD

DEFEATS

OHIO

Y EA LINVG

IWO MILE HUCPIN I AGRGM!

IN TELEGRAPIR 1C MEET'
show 11e01 In Thiashe And Longr Runs
Tq D~efeatJBuckeye Yearlings
73 1.3 to 61 2-3 Saturday
TOLAN SCORES 10 POINTS

1,

BIG LEAGUE
STANDINGS

A metricaiin League
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SPORTS &CALEND)AR
C olf-N+ rt1 t;vstern. therYe.
iyaseb)a 1-Iowa, thewe.
Sat lrlkI y
Raseball-Illinois, there.
Track-Minnesota, lhere.
Golf-Wisconsin, there.
'.fennislljnoi,here.

Scoring a slam in the two mile run
and showing strength in the track
events, the freshmen track squad de-
feated the Ohio State yearlings Sat-
urday in a telegraphic meet, 73. 1-3
to 06 2-8:
The Buckeyes were at serious
threat in the field events and were
victors' in the, relay run,. but the Wol-
verine yearlings' supremacy in, the
clashes and longer runs was su~fflc-
ient to ekse out the necessary points
to win.
The hotest battle 'of the afternoon
developed in the 100-yard dash.
While Tolan and Murray, both of
Michigan finished one two,; Smithr
of the Wolverine freshmen was tied
with two Ohio State- men, Wallen-
stein and Meadows, for third place.
71018n High Point Man
Tolan, one of Coach Hoyt's pro-
teges, was the high point man of the
ireet taking two first places, lie
won the 100-yard dash with a time
-of 10 seconds fiat tnmd also finished
in a tie' for" first in the 220-yard
sprint
Cook, who turned in a good perfor-
mance In the half mile in the Varsity
freshmen sheet, won his specialty a-
gain... His timne was :51.1. Patto,
promising hammer thrower, also
broke into the place winners when
his heave- of 115 ft. 11 in. bested th~e
effort; of his team mate;, Holton, and
Grace of Ohio SRtate.
Tootle, who tossed' the javelin 165
ft. 8 in. and H~arrell, winner of the
broad Jm',ware the outsta.nding
performers for the Ohio State team.
The Sumarles:
100-yard dash-won by Tolan (Mv);
Murray (M) Second; Smith (Mv), Wal-
lonstein .(0), Meadows (0), tied for
third. TInje: :10.
220-yard dash-Tolan ('M) and Fa-
zekas (0) tied for firtst; Shaw (0),
120-yard high hurdlas: Won by P'ot-
tei- ()); Knourek (0), second; Noig-
ele (0), third. Time: :15.8.*
220-yard low hurdles: Won by
Knourek (0); Harrell (M)j, second;
B~arron (M), ,third. Time: :25,7.
440-yard run: Won by Cook (lv)
Shaxy (O), second; Fazekas (0),
third. Time: :51.1.
880-Yard run: Won by. Benson (Mv);
Dart (0), ,Second; Beatham (0).
(Cftinued on Page Seven)

.',ST. LOUIS WINS

WOLVERINE STIAR'rtr[AT IFV

New York. ......... ,...15
PliiladellIpbia..............10
Cleveland ...............15
St. Louis .............14:
Washington .............8S
net roit ............ .....10
Chicago ...,.............s
Boston..................6
National'Leaguie
W
New York....... ......11
Cincinnati ..............13
Brooklyn ...............11
Pittsburg ................11
Chicago................12
St. LOuiS..............1
Boston ................. 7
Phillies ................5

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Who. helped the Wolverine cause
yesterday by contributing one hit and
scoring, two, runs. Loos had a varied
day at bat, as in five trips to the
plate he singled, grounded out, struck
out, walked, and was hit by a pitched
ball. Hi1s fielding was faultless, for
the diminutive shortstop had five as-
sists.

INDIANA-Final cuts on the fresh-
freshmen base ball squad will be
made today, Coach Middlesworth an-
nounced yesterday.

IN QUALIFYING ROUNI
American Professlonals Score Well
Bairnes, Hagent, Armour And
Sara zen Score In 70's
PLAYING CONDITIONS BAI
(By Associated Press)
SANDWICH, England. May 7-"Wile
Bill" Melhor'n led 200 golfers home to-
day in the first qualifying round o;
the 'British open championship, al"
though he dlid not want to do it. Thi
sensational American has often start.
ad off in front only to finish behin(
nd he [rankly hoped that his 72, com-
:iled early in the day, would not
.stand up.
As the' scores in the qualifying
'ound do not count in the champion-
>lhip proper, Bill refused to permit
iimself to grow enthusiastic over hip
position at the head of the fray to-
,lay.
All or the American professionals
tonight seemed reasonably certain tc
survive tomorrow's play when the
low hundred and ties will be certified
for entrance in the title play. "Long
Jlim" P~arnes, who has won a British

FR MIUi1V) K(J IINMAN, UULI I LM11HI ULLfI Q
___ROBINS O 1 E El
R wissntfte G tc Sixh Homer To T.Iie 0 1 T N M E
{W tith Ruth iA4 Cardlinals
? ~Win In '\itht
'l'he Cardinals took a close gtne 'Tino , B:etrip MyT, C e ist routi
1'from the Robins at St. Louis yt;ter- AdNrlwset
'day, by scoring the winning run in I Mich1igan's golf team will set out
-_thnit.Withth score ,-2 gant ocday on their first trip of the year
1them', Brooklyn gathered three runs wheon they leave for matches with
'in te eihth I tiethe soreonlyWisconsin an d Nor ijiwesterni. The
in teegttotetesoeonrteam of Connor, Bergelin, Vyse, and
to Icose in the last frame as St. Cole., which defeated PurNile last Sat-
1Louis scored. The game was featured l It rda~y by a score of 1Y5-3,with the ad-
jby B3issonnette's sixth homer, wilic;h. tlition o±' Ahlstromn, a sol oi n'ore, will
ties him with "Babe" Ruth, as lead- $ constitute the roster of those to go
ing home rutn slugger.
"Lefty"' Groves shut out the, Tigers t
yesterday when die two teams clash- Th-olwn enaeeiil
ed at Philadelphia. The Philadelph- to try {for th~e Varsity and l"
D t hurler allowed.but five hits whileihis team of, the I'nliversity: Crane,
mates pounded Carroll, Smith and Glover, Goodspeed, Hall. Harrison,
Hollway or hirten sfetes ad sRhodes, Schillei, Sturn, Water-
Holoa rtiree aftes_ n- .~ ,bury, Wenzell, and Whyte. The
tes rns two low score men in 36 holes
Radoft ono fronm this group each week wvill
- AMERICAN LEtCVIreRadlhMno play the two high score men of
eI---. Who won the mile run in the Ohio the "B " team ait Barton Hills for
-Chicago 101 100 200-5 11' 1 State track meet Saturday and camne' places on the "B" team with the
d New~ York 123 001 10x-8 11 1 back a few minutes later to take ce- prospect of also making the Var-
- Thomas, Barnabe;. Shealy, Pip- pond to Lornont in the half mile. He sity team. There may be ftve, pos-
.t grass, was second high scorer, of the meet sibly six M's and four or five
___with with eight points. A. M. A.'s for the omen who play
St. Louis 551 000 112-15 17 1 . teadly anti constant golf, Attested
- Washington 001 000 001- 2 r, i Seniors of the University of South-' co-c,, at.th Ann Arbor course
t Stuart; .tones, B~urke, Va nAlstyne. ;emn California will hold their corn'- shouldl be tur-ned in to Jim Mahl1oy.
s --- mencement exercises in the far-fain-C Tholmas (' Truieblood,
- Cleveland 002 100 200-5 9 0, edflHollywood Bowl. Director of Golf,
Bfoston 001. 000 001-2 11 0__

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SOME DOPE ON THAT TRACK
MEET DOWN T COLUMBUS
By il&Forris Qukzinn

KOnce again Wolverine trackmen up-
set the old clope bucket and proved
that they still hold the jinx over the
Buckeyes that has prevailed- for nearly
a quarter of a century, by humbling
the Castleman-coached outfit, 77 1-2
to 57 1-2.
The advaft~age waq not Khlby
the Mich iga n teai throughout the
meet, however, as t he Bucks held
a iijpoint lead before the For.
rell in en slam~imed the 440.,
Michigan's showing was a mixture
of surp~rises and disappointmnents, vet-
erans failing 1to live uip to predictions
and untried candidates demonstrating
unexpectedl ability.
IRandolphh Monroe came through
Nlthi eooi'flying, -wOIi he)tcatte
back Imlf an hiour after defeating
Ltoii, his 1.927 riv"al, in the mile
to gabn secoindhonors ini thle hahf,
plh 4'iigsecond to Loniont ahead
of4 'ntanv.llnltravn .jdn..

annexed second.

''IIP Showing of talie Maize and
Btlue discus throwers and shot
Putters was even nmore disappoint-
ing that had been expected. In tlue
d~iscus' Caris on failed to heave the
platter 120 feet, while Tritten
b~eatI'oornuian in thne shot wit h a
ord1 iary t oss of les than 40
feet.
The biggest upset of the meet prov-
0(1 to he Ithe 940, which wvent to Dalt on
Seymour, Wolverine sophomore who
made the trip on 'his own hook' after
failing to make a good showing in
thie time trials held last Wednesday to
warrant a berth on the Varsity squad8(.
'eyinour hlt llp the greatest
race of his career, plunning tale
othier entries, Including liris4, the
j li('spiaiit star, intti te ground
to caalu1re the quaarter in thae fast
tinge of :49.9.

Mviller; I larriss.
IDet roit 000
clAthletics 070
G roves; Carroll,

E000 000- 0 5S 0
0 021 004-10 13 1
1Smith, Holloway.

open, was on Mehorn's heels with NATIONQ
74, and Walter Hlagen, who has won
two, had 76.
'"Tommy'' Armour, the American1 Boston
,)penl champion, and "ee Sarazen, E'tilniis;Roe
?'ormev American open champion, iju"Roe
scoredl 77, as did Johnny McHugh,
California amateur, playing in his ,Brooklyni
golf test away from home. St.is

NTAL LAGUE
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after a dlay in bed yesterday when i
hie was threatenedl with influenza, 1
played good golf to get an SO which
can duplicate it tomorrow.

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A Mihiga sohomoe, ob Cap-ed miserably when Pat Prout failed
A Mihign sohomreBob hap tomake anything like a good showing
man, sprang into prominence by hand- in the pole vault. Neither he nor Eard-
ing the Buckeye veteran }Peter Ansonlecud lar1fetwhete
a betingin he boad ump TheWol erratic Brown of Ohio set a new meet
vernue won the event with a leap ofr record with leap of 12 feet 4 3-4 inches.
over 23 feet, wvhile Ar'endt, a teammate,I

All sophomores and second se-
Hmester freshmen wishing to try
out. for Varsity cheer leader are
Irequcstedl to report at the Yost
fleld house at four o'clock todlay.
Ra1lph E. IPopp,
I . Varsity Cheer Leader

Ilome Runs-
Steffenson, Chicago..
Bissonnette, Brooklyn.
VaniAlstyne, Washington.

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