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THE MCHIGAN DATLY w UzESsnA , MA

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VARSITY TRACKMEN

PREPARE F-OR MINNESOTA ME1T

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MEET OF TH[E SESON' RETAINS DIAMOND LEAD

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Should le A ble*'ITo hipw
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TEAM IS IT BY INJURIES

Victorious over Ohio State by an
unexpected margin in their first out-
door dual meet, Coach Steve Farrell's
trackmen have turned ther energies
toward preparing fortheir second en-
gagement of the season with Minne-
sota Saturday afternoon at Ferry
Field. This will be the single home
meet of the season for the Maize and
Blue squad.
ijured i st l"ed ced I Two
At present the injured list has been
reduced to two, Erickson, pole vault-1
er, and Hunt, miler, although Dick
Chapman and Ted Wuerfel are not in
the best of shape due to illness fol-
lowing the Ohio m'eet. Erickson injur-
ed his ankle in the reserve-freshman
meet two weeks ago and may be out
for the rest of the season, while Hunt
has been troubled by aleg injury sin&
early in the indoor season.
Wuercel and Chapman Work Out
Chapman and 'Wuerfel took light
workouts yesterday and are expected
to be ready for the meet with the
Northmen Saturday. It is hardly pos-
sible that Jack Tarbill, low hurdler,
who has been unavailable since the'
middle of the indoor season, wil en-
ter his favorite event Saturday, al-
though he reported for practice yes-'
terday for the first time in four weeks.
S'aturday's encounter will see most
of the Michigan team in action, as'
Coacli Farrell is allowed to enter
three men in each of the track events
and four in the field events. This{
will .give the untried candidates a
chance to denonstrate their ability
in competition with talent from out-
side the ranks of the Varsity squad.
Gophers Have Several Stars
Wiile the Minnesota squad lacks
the balance of the; Buckeye outfit, it
embraces a number of individual
stars, who can be counted on to give
the Farrelimen real tests in their
favorite events. The Gophers placed
third in their annual triangular meet
with Iowa and, Wisconsin Friday.
Among the outstaniding performers
on the Gopher aggregation are Ot-;
terness, IIess, and Crowley, poleI
vaulters; Rhea, sprinter and jumper;i
McKinnon, javelin thrower and
weight man; Catlin, quarter miler;I
Laemmel, discus thrower; and North,
two miler.

Miss Helen Wills
American net champion, who is now recovering from an attack of in-
fluenza in Paris. Miss Wills' will compete in the French, and English cham-
pionship tournaments before her return to the United States for a try at her
second consecutive American title.

ludiama, and Io a Win Close Contests
To heep ) ciUi 1p Ill ve For
Conewrence llmors
SIX GAMES SCHEDULED
Gj ;!w ; Paisweek
FRII)A V
Purdue at Indiana.
=\liehiga n at Iowa
SATFI'DAY
Wisconsin at Minnesot a.
Northwestern at Chicago.
Michigan at Illinois (2).
While Coach Fisher's fast stepping
nine was trouncing Wisconsin 9 to
1 on Monday, two other teams, Iowa
and Indiana, also achieved success in
Big Ten combat.
The Hawkeyes won a close pitcher's
battle from, Minnesota, the final score
being 2 to L. The victory tightened
Iowa's hold on second place in the
standings. Indiana drew up to within
a game of Coach Vogel's outfit and
became involved with Illinois in a
tie for third place as well by hand-
ing Northwestern its seventh straight
Conference defeat 5 to 4.
This week is to be another busy one
in Big Ten baseball circles. Six
games are still on the card, not
counting the Ohio State-Chicago
game of yesterday. With many of the
gam-es involving leading contenders,
the week might be termed the cru-
cial point of the race.
On Saturday four more games will
be played. Wisconsin will cross bats
with Minnesota while Northwestern
will strive for a victory against Chi-
cago. Michigan will face a hard test
with a double header against the
third place Illinois team. The two
games are a result of the postponed
engagement for Ann Arbor that was
prevented by a downpouring of rain.

TILDEN 'TO PLA Y
__ N OPLY DTROIT NORTHWESTERN FAVORED TOREITAN
IN CUP MATCHESD
that the United States has at TITLEININTERSCHLASTICMEET, MAY I
a "fighting chance" to regain the Da- 3'oils Will Send A Strong Treaim nt"o representing twenty-four cities an
vis cup from Fiance this year, 1i Win The ('hampionship Honors towns. Therq is the chance that ther}
Bill Tilden has consented to waive leis 'They lave Held For 3 Years may be som'e last minute entries;
previous objections and lead the
American team to Enrope for the ton- ' which will make this meet one old
nis qu"s". " "een IS TWENTY-EIGHTH MEET the largest that the institution ha4
There has been no official announce- ever known.
ment of this or of America's- avis Detroit Northwestern, reigning Indiduals Are Entered
Cutp plans as yet beyond those for the monarch in Michigan prep cinderpathr 31 n,0hal r nee
play on this side. None will be made circles for the past three years, is Last year No tlieastern ran Nortlh
for some time for the reason that favored over an exceptionally strong western a close second in the Inter-
there is still China and either Japan'ield to take its fourth successive scholastic \leet and was followed by
or Canada to dispose of on this side ,track and field championship at the Cass Tech and Kalamazoo, tied for
and the tennis authorities do not de- leet to be held on Ferry Field, May third. Only one record was equaled
sire to offend these opposin na.. 11 and 12. The prelim-inaries to decide last year, and none broken. The
tions by prematurely brushing them the finalistis will be run off Friday Northwestern half-mile relay teai
out of consideration. the 11th at 2 o'clock, while the finals tied the mark set by Tilden Tech of
To Tilden the opening of the rac- are scheduled for Saturday at 10, so (hicago in this event in 1926.
quet fire abroad must have the same as not to interfere with the Michigan- The three hundred and fifty meri
influence as the smell of ba:tle has Minnesota meet in the afternoon, on these teams will compete in all
to an old campaigner. le knows +M- a The present interscholastic chain- the track and field events with the
the French have been going none too picns have a well balanced group of exception of the two mile run. As is
well this spring. Cochet has been er-,athletes with Captain Don Erskine. usual in interscholastic meets the
ratic and LaCoste is not in the best Demis and Seros in the hurdles, 12-pound shot will be used in the
of health. Thompson. Burgis, Hurd, and lel- shot put.
horn, in the middle distances: Dennis Coavlces Will Act As Officials
and Seros in the sprints; Northrp Officials for this meet will be draft-
land Smith in the pole vault; and ed from the coaching and physical
Dennis in the high jump. Northeast- Itraining staffs of the University with
ern of Detroit has three brilliant per- Dr. May, Director of Physical Educa-
BA LL GAMES formers, headed by Beatty, who star- tion, as starter, Steve Farrell as ref-
I red in the meet last year, but their eree, and Ray Courtright as field
"'cgall-around team is considered infer- judge. Sid W. Millard will occupy
American Leagre for to that of their rival's. At present his accustomed position as the cleric

SIDELIGHTS ON THAT FRACAS
WITH THAT BADGER BALL TEAM

By Edward L. Warner

Jacobson, elongated Cardinal hurl-
er, showed good form in the box,
bringing his left leg into play on every
pitch. He was lessj successful in
getting the ball pa'st the Michigan bat-
ters, however. After two were retired
in the first the Wolverine's went on a
batting spree, combining five hits and
a walk for five runs.
Besides performing well on the
mound, Bill McAfee displayed his
hitting proclivities when he
knocked one ofi Momsen's offer-
ings to deep right for a home run
in the eighth inning. This was
the second home run of the sea- ;
son on Ferry field made by a
Wolverine, Oosterbaan getting the
other in the second Syracuse
game.
It was the first appearance of Gus
Reichman in a Big Ten game this
season. He celebrated his debut by
knocking out a long double in his in-
itial trip to the plate. Ernie McCoy,
who has previously done the receiving,
played left field.
The Ferry field diainond was in

excellent condition for the game.
The grass on the infield and out.
field rivals that in any major
league baseball park.
McAfee's pitches were cutting the
corners of the plate, baffling the
Cardinal batters. The re'sult-nine
Badger strike outs.
For the first time this season
the Wolverines played errorless
ball. This was in marked con-
trast to the Harvard fiasco, where
six chances were booted by Mich-
igan players.
"Stubby" Loos' played a good game
at shortstop, accepting five chances
without a slip. In the fifth inning he
fielded three hard grounders for put-
outs at first.I
The crowd gave Bennie Ooster.
ban a big hand when lie cane to
the plate and punched out a
single in the first iming. Michi-
gan's thrice all-American led thej
Wolverines 'with the stick, get-
ting a double and two singles in
four times up.

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