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TEAM TO LEAVE TONIGHT FOR

TWO GAME TRIP

PURPLE AND BADGERS
WILL MEET MICHIGAfl

ILLINOIS TRACKMEJ
IN WEIGHT EVEP
Editor'sNote This is the sec-
ond of a series of articles appear-
ing in ThoDaily comparing the
relative strength of the Michigan
and Illinois Track teams.

Rain Forces Squad To Indulge In.
Only Light Practice; Oosterbaan
is Leading hitter
TEAM :IS BATTING .311
Rain yesterday afternoon forced
the Michigan baseball squad to con-
fine its efforts to a short session of
throwing the ball around on the cin-
ders outside the field house. This af-
ternoon Coach Fisher will send the
team through a final workout before
leaving for Chicago.
The Wolverines will leave tonight
for a two day trip to Evanston and
Madison where they will play two
Conference opponents. Northwestern
is scheduled to meet the Michigan
nine on Friday, while Wisconsin will
provide the opposition on Saturday.
The personnel of the squad to make
the trip will be announced today.
Perfect Record Looms
Bennie Oosterbaan, premier first
baseman and occasional .pitcher, is.
leading the Wolverine hitters, batting
at a .455 clip. As a team the Maize
and Blue players are batting for -a
.311 average, in Big Ten games, which
is good for a team in any league.
Michigan's place in the Conference
standings with eight victories against
no defeatscauses the optimists to
consider the chances for a perfect;
record for the season. In 1923 the
Wolverine nine did not meet defeat
during the Conference season, win-
ning all its games. Northwestern, Wis-
consin, and Ohio State ( two
games) are the obstacles that the 1928
team must hurdle in order to dupli-
cate the feat of the1923 team.
'MICHIGAN BATTING AVERAGES

Illinois should garner a majority
of the points in the several weight
events, largely because of the ability
of a single individual, .Dan. Lyon, who
is one of the best all-around weight-
men the Big Ten has produced in
recent years.
SHOT PUT
Beyonid all pssible doubt, first
jice in tie sihot will go to the
Gillumen, as Lyon is consistent t-
round the 47 foot mark or better.
lie holds the dual meet record of
4S feet, 14 1-2 inches made in
927.
Another Indian, Kimmell, appears
equally certain of second considering
Michigan's trio of possiblities in this
event, none of whom has tossed the
ball 41 feet outdoors. Poorman plac-
ed first with a toss of 40 feet, 9 inch-
es, Saturday.
JAVELIN THROW
.At the present time the javelin
looks like a toss-up -with Beaniaii,
Wideman, and Koepp rfigurinig
for Michigan and Glass and Gir-
ard for Illinois.
Knoepp took second last Saturday
INDIANA STARS TO
COMPETE IN MEET
(Special to The Daily)
LAFAYETTE, Ind., May 16.-Out-
standing among the stars who will
compete in the Indiana state track
meet which will be held in the Ross-
Ade stadium at Purdue on Saturday
afternoon, May 19, ;will .,e three men
whose performances during the past
season have stamped them as out-
standing candidates for the American
Olympic team-Orval Martin, Purdue's
middle distance runner; Wilmer Rine-
hart, Indiana's javelin thrower, and
Jack Elder, the Notre Dame flyer.
With all three m-en in the best of
form, record-breaking performances
are expected, and one of the greatest
crowds of track enthusiasts that has
ever attended a state meet is antici-
pated.}
Martin, who will compete in the
half-mile and mile, is recognized as
one -of the most promising middle dis-
tance runners in the country.

V TO HAVE EDGE
V'TS THIS SATURDAY
wtl a throw of nearly 175 feet, ile
Glass has tossed the reed 179 feet
in competition. Beaman and Wideman
should 1>th be good for 170 feet or
better.
T'lIre is aiso a chance that the
rival coacles _ will send their sta
weightien into this event if the
mleet happens to be close. Far-
rell can use ketz, -while Gill h as
Lyon in reserve.
The discus throw, like the shot put.
looks like a cinch for the versatile
Lyon. ie has tossed the platter 142
feet, 6 3-4 inches, although a third
place was the best he could do against
Iowa.
Carlsoni's best hIpe is second
place, which is not out of his
reach ifl he cam coarse back to his
old form. Otherwise the Illini are
certain to score heavily in this
eyent1
IIAM ER TIROW
This is the only one of the weight
events in which the Wolves are cer-
,tan of first place. With Ketz throw-
ing the hammer around the 160 foot
mark, Illinois' only possiblities are
a second or a third.
The Fa rrellmen may even make
it a slam, if Williamas and .31-
Arthur can equal their past per-
forn"ces, because both have
heaved it over 1, feet, and the
former has broken 141.

(7hailpman And Waldo, Depended On
Point Winers, IM Not
Compete Saturday

Ash

INJURHIES TO- TWO MEN.
WEAKEN TRACK SQUADI

KINNEY WILL BE READY
Injuries to two men counted cer-
tain point winners in the Illiuois-
Michigan dual track meet this Satur-
day have further decreased the Wol-
verines' already too slim chances off
adding a fourth to their unbroken
string of victories over the Sucker
cinderpath experts.
The latest blow to the Maize and
Blue hopes came in Tuesday's prac-_
tice when Richard Chapman, prem-
ier Wolverine broad jumper, pu-
himself out of competition for the
rest of the year by reinjuring a ten-
don which he pulled before the Har-
vard meet. Besides being rated equal-
ly with Simons of Illinois in the broad
jump, Chapman was entered in the"
sprints, in which be appeared the
most likely Wolverine prospect be-
fore his first leg injury.
A slightly sprained ankle will keep
another of Michigan's expected point
winners, Waldo, out of the Illini
meet. Waldo, the Wolverines' steadiest
high jumper, showed the most pro-
mise in thesHarvard meet when he
wvent up to six feet without touching
the bar before spiking his hand on
his last jump. Since then he has been
doing 5:10 and over consistently.

MICHIGAN WRESTLE
OLYMPIC TEA
Michigan will be well represented
on the United States Olympic wrestl-
ing team this year if the hopes of
Coach Keen and ten of the best
wrestlers on the campus are realized
at the national meet for Olympic try-
outs to be held at Grand Rapids, July.
3, 4, and 5.
These mnen are working out every
day at Yost field house under the
tutelage of Coach Keen and will con-
tinue intensive training from the
close of school until the national
meet. Among their ranks are found
Conference and national champions
as well as second and third placers.
The only heavyweight preparing for
this meet is Ed. George who, while he
has not seen active competition with
the Varsity, is considered among the
)e'st in school and should stand a
ine show at Grand Rapids. Donahue
nil Dougovitto will enter the 158
)ound division and should offer some
stiff competition to the other candi-
lates for the Olympic team. Don-
ahoe has seen three years of Varsity
competition and annexed two Con-
ference championships, one in 1926
and one in 1927.
In the 145-pound class, Michigan
will be represented by Sauer, who aso
has three years of Varsity competi-
tion and one Conference champion-
ship to his credit, and Kelley, another
rood man in his weight who recently

ERS WILL ENTER
M TRYOUTS IN JULY
won the all-campus title.
Watson and Thomas are training for
the 135 pound class. In his first ap-
pearance at an all-Conference meet in
1927, Watson won;the Confei'ence title
in his weight. This year Thoma,, took
third 'place in the national -meet
against the best in the country.
Hewitt who won the Conference title
this year and placed second in the
national meet will enter the meet in
the 123 pound division.
REIGHCOUNT IS
DERBYFAVORITE
(By Assocated Press)
LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 16. -_
Whether Reigh Count wins the der-
by or not he will long ie remembered
here -as the -horse that "had it cinched
a week in advance."
Shrewd turf -writers, ordinarily
wary of predictions have declared the
good red colt to .te far :ahead of all
contenders -with the possible excep-
tion of his stablemate, Anita.
As the fleet Anita was not:expect-
ed to make the race, the Count :Pea-
body, Reigh Count's conqueror in the
Belmont futurity last year, appeared
to have it all his way today. If Reigh
,Count should J41 thtere will be a

ILLIOISTR ACK -MEET
Indians And Wolverines Are All Even
On Six Athletic Engagements
During Year
ILLNI WILL__HAVE EDGE
Sports supremacy for the season of
1927-28 between Illinois and Michigan
will be decided Saturday when the
Indians and Wolverines engage in a
dual track meet at Urbana. Since each
school has been victorious in three
sports, this meet will decide the af-
fair.
Opening their traditional rivalry
last fall, the Illini "starless" grid
team handed the Wolverines a 14-0
defeat in the Illinois stadium. Coach
Zuppke's cohorts, then went on to win
the Big Ten title. Michigan sprang a
surprise. when an inexperienced fenc-
ing team won from the Illinois vet-
erans, 9-6, in the initial year of e ae
sport at Ann Arbor.
With the Conference championship
at stake, the Wolverine wrestling team
lost .a hard fought match to the II11-
ni, 12-9. Last Saturday the Michigan
baseball team',.endeavored .to even

mighty groan from the grand 'stand at matters up by taking .a -double-head-
Churchill Downs next Sa urady. (Continued on Page Seven)

AB H R
Oosterbaan 33 15 8
McAfee 27 11 7
Asbeck 10 4 2
Morse 14 5 -4
McCoy 35 11 6
Corriden 32 9 6
Loos 32 8 6
Weintraub 29 6 7
Nebelung 30 6 10
Slagle 5 1 1
Relchman 8 1 0
Gawne 2 0 0
'quier 1 0 1
Note: These averages inelude
Big Ten games.

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