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___________ ______TMI MtGCAN GAILY

ARSITY

TEAMS

LEAVE FOR

CONFERENCE

CONTESTS

WILDCATS TO 0PPOSE
Cellar Occup ants Will Try To End
Run Of Nine Straight Defeats
Against Michigan Team
FRED ASBECKWILL PITCH
PROBABLE LINE UPS
Michigan Northwestern
Nebeltung, ef Jacobs, cf
Loos, ss Welsh, If
Lange, rf Kadison, 2b
Corriden, 2b Johnsos, ss
Oosterbaan, lb Palmer, rf
Weintraub, 3b Foster, c
McCoy, If Holleb, lb
Reichman, c Izard, 3b
Asbeck, p McAleece, p

INJURIES TO HANDICAP MICHIGAN
INBFIELD EVENTS AGAINST ILLINI

j Editor's Note: This is the second of a
series of art ices appearing in The Daily
comparing the relative strength of the;
Michigan and Illinois track teams.
Under ordinary circumstances,
Michigan would be nearly equal in
strength to Coach Hatrry Gill's Illini
track team in the pole vault, the
hurle and the jumps but injuries
and the failure of certain veterans to
reach their best form will coun heav-
ily against the Wolverines.
120 YARD h10h HURDLES
])on Cooper, veteran hurdle
star, rates for above the rest of
the field, and will endanger the
dual meet iuark for the lows,
althlugh Werner's :14.7 is prob-
ably safe in the highs.
Running one of the greatest races
of his career last Saturday, Cooper
decisively defeated Otterness, Gopher
star, by two yards in :15. Kinney,
Coach Farrell's second best bet, is also
a good hurdler and should finish in
the money.
Bab Cuhel of o4ol defeated
Rodgers and Johnson of Illinois
in this event, but was disqualified
for knocking down three of the
barriers. .Allison, the other Hawk
star, did not compete.,
220 fARD LOW HURDLES
Here akain the Wolverine ;ace,
Cooper, rates a heavy favorite, with
Staff Jones, his teammate, a close
second. On a basis of recent per-
formances the Maize and Blue duo
should finish one-two.

Coach Ray Fisher's Conference
leading Wolverines will attempt to
add a ninth to their unbroken string
of victories over Big Ten schools
when they invade the Wildcats' lair to
meet the cellar-occupying Northwest-
ern nine this afternoon.
The lowly Wildcats are not expect-{
ed to furnish much opposition to theI
title-bound Michigan team, but in the
words of Coach Fisher, "they're due
to win sometime," and the Evanston
squad will be trying just as hard to
break its perfect record and prevent
its ninth straight Conference defeat,
as the Wolverines will be to main-
tain their 1.000 percen't rating.
Iowa -Second In Race
Since Michigan's nearest competitor
for Conference honors, Iowa, has
dropped two games to the Wolverines
and won but four, a loss to North-
western will make no differencerin
the Big Ten standings and'will still
safe lead over the Hawks, who have
won but four games for a .667 aver-
age. On the other hand, the Wildcats
are too firmly entrenched in the cel-
lar position to be able to climb out by
a single victory.
Coach Maury Kent mhay juggle his
lineup som'ewhat to meet the hard-
hitting Wolverines, moving P/mer,'
who has played right field in the last
two games into the pitchers' box to
replace McAleece, who was touched
for 13 hits in seven innings by Notre
Dame.' This :move will" allow Riley
to play in the outer garden, and add
hitting strength to the Wildcat/line-
nup.
Twelve Men Make Trip
Besides the nine men starting the
game for Michigan, Gawne and Mc
Afee, relief hurlers, and Straub, util-J
ity man,'left last night for Evanston.
In case the Wolverines are opposed
by a left-handed twirler, McAfeewill
replace Lange in right field, while he_
will also take McCoy's " place in the
outer garden in case Ernie shifts to
behind the plate.
Although he lost two more games
than he won, Bob Grove of the Ath-
letics struck out 116 batters in 1925,
his first season, in the majors.

collect in this event, as lie is the
sole Wolverine pole vaulter uak-
Mg the trip. Last week lie tied
for third, clearig 12 feet 3 inches
andl has done .12 feet 6 inchues.
RUNNING HIGH JUMP
Coach Gill has the favorite in this
event in Miller, who has apparently
regained his old form after suffering
an ankle injury early in the season.
In high school he cleared 6 feet 3 5-8
inches and bettered the 6 foot mark
last wee kagainst Iowa.
Then there is Wachowski, who
did 6 feet 3 in the Conference
meet last year to enable the In-
dians to .nose out fThe Wolverines
fok the title, and Carr; who tied
with Felker for third in the Ohio
Relays at 6 feet 13.4 inches.
Felker and Waldo will be Farrell's
entires in this event. The former is
inconsistent, but has cleared 6 feet,
while the latter jumped 5 feet 11 7-8
indoors. If Felker is 'on' he will press
even Miller, while Waldo should fin-
ish in the money, if his recent leg in-
jury does not prove too troublesome.
RUNNING BROAD JUMP
Misfortune robbed Michigan of
her best prospect in this event
when Dick Chapman suffered a re-
newal of an old leg injury
Wednesday. In the Ohio meet he
bettered 23 feet, and was rated
about equally with J. Simon, Ills-
nois' best bet.
As it is, Fritz Arendt will bear the
Wolverine hopes in this event. Against
the Gophers last week, he made his
best mark of the year, a jump of 22
feet 6 inches.
J. Simon, Gill's veteran jumper,
should win the event, as lie has
~ole 23 feet J inches.fLast week ,
against Iowa lie took firfist with at.
leap of 23 feet 33-4 inches.
Illinois has twoeother men who a e
capable of 22 feet or better in Lee
and F. Simon. Arendt will probably
fight it out with this pair for second
honors.

NETMEN W WILL LEAVEL
FOR WISCONSIN TODAYI
Showing Made On Trip Will Determ.
ine Players Who Will Compete
In Big Ten Meet
SEVEN CHOSEN FOR TRIP
Members of the Varsity tennis tea..

SPORTIS (AI4ENI)AII.
T O DAY
Balseb al
North w'estern at Evanston.
Baseball
Wisconsin at Madison.
.irack
Illinois at Urbana.
Tennis
Wisconsin at Madison.

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CnnrhPq Will Awnr'dl

will leave today on a trip to several ' t £T111VV L~i
Big Ten schools, culminating in the Freshman Numerals
Conference meet at Purdue, Thurs-
day, May 24. This trip will include Freshman numeral winners in both
matches with Wisconsin on Saturday. baseball and track are to be announc-
Minnesota on Monday, Chicago on ed by Coaches Blott and Hoyt on
Tuesday, and the Conference nveet on Monday as the termination of the
Thursday. The tennis team will leave freshman spring events. The exact
for Chicago on the same train with number of awards that .are to be
the baseball team. made is noti yet decided, but from the
Barton To Enter Singles sizes of the two squads and 'the per-
The personnel of the team to con- formances of the yearlings it is like-
pete in the Conference met will de- ly to be about the same aa in fornrer
pend on the showing made by the years.
men during,, the trip, but the line-up The track squad has been quite ac-
as it now appears, will be Captain tive, having won two telegraphic
Barton and Heaney in the singles meets from Conference teams. They
with Barton and Moore in the doub- are now running off a third meet
les. AIgyoer, who was entered in the with the freshmen of Illinois. ThQ
Conference meet last year, will be first meet was won from Ohio State,
the alternate in the singles, while 73 1-3 to 66 2-3, and the second meet
the team of Algyer and Heaney will wvith Minnesota was a 92 4-6 to 47
hold a. like position in the doubles. 15-6 walkaway for Michigan..
The teahm tken on the trip for the --
dual meets will 4nclude Barton, |-
Moore, Algyer, and Schaefer, letter- CHEERING NOTICE I
men, and Heaney, Graham, and Bro-
die. Brodie will be Graham's doublesI All sophomores wishing to try
partner and in addition will be ready out for the position of cheer
to step into the singles matches if leader will meet at 5 o'clock
necessary.: r tis afternoon in Yost fiel
111sconsin Is Strong hue
The match with Wisconsin should,
be a good one as both Wisconsin and Ralph E. Ponp).
Michigan defeated Northwestern by:
a score of six matches to three. Much -
depends upon this trip and the team #
is expected to make a good showing.
FLOODLIGHTS
FOR PARTIES
Just the thing for brightening
up the decorations and making
the scenery more attractive.

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One of the most exciting doubles
tennis matches held in years by the
intramural department took place re-
cently when Ferer and Levy defeat-
ed Crawford and Drew for the all-
campus doubles championship. The
winners were forced to extend them-
selves to the utmost to win 7-5, 5-7,
11-9. The Freshman singles title was
won by H. Richelson who defitted
H. Newman for the first year champ-
ionship.
All-campus doubles championship
in horse shoes went to Shepard and
Wilson, who defeated Kelley and Ar-
sulowicz, Shepard won the singles
matches last year and has qualified
'for the singles in this year's contest
for the all-campus title.
Phi Sigma Delta defeated Phi Lam-
bda Kappa 6-3, m-oving up to the
finals in the interfraternity champ-
ionship baseball contest. The Phi Sig-
ma Delta nine will meet Tau Delta
Phi in the title game. The latter nine
trimmed Sigma Phi in the quarter-
finals by a 11-3 score.
In the consolation tournament, in
which the teams participated which
were eliminated in the preliminary
contests .of the fraternity leagues,
four nines go into the quarter-finils
today. They are Delta Sigma Phi 'vs.
Tau Kappa Epsilon, and Kappa Nu
vs. Alpha Sigma Phi. The winners of
these matches will engage in the fi-
nal game on Monday.

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TRACKMEN TO DEPAnRT
FOR MEETAT URBANA
Farrell Seeets Squad Of :i Men To
Make Trip; Meet Will Be
Hardest Of Year
ILLINI HAVESTRONG TEAM
Urbana bound, Coach Steve Farrell
and party of 25 will leave this morn-
ing to invade the haunts of the In-
dians for a dual track meet tonmor-
row. This clash, in which the Wol-
verines will make a desperate effort
to collect their fourth straight scalp
against the powerful Illini, will bring
togther two undefeated squads.
However the record of Coach Harry
Gill's men is the more impressive,
considering their close win over
Charley Borah, Lee Barnes, and com-
pany of University of Southern Cali-
fornia Trojans, as well as a victory
over Notre Dame.
In the previous encounters between
these two rivals, past performances
have meant little, the dope being up-
set when the experts believed one
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Rogers looks like the pick of
the Indian possibilities in the lows.
Hie was credited with a :24.4 race
while in high school, but has
never approached it since then.
POLE VAULT
This event will witness 'six of the
most erratic performers in Big Ten1
circles in action. All of the entries
have done at least 12 feet 6 inches at
one time or anotheir, but not one of
them is consistent at this height,
Vaulting for the Orange and
Blue there will be E: White,
Barnes, and iHeinson. The former
is probably the most dangerous
of the trio if leie s in form, as lie
cleared 13 feet 3 14 ineles on one
occasion.
Heinson and Barncs are good for
anywhere from 12 feet to 12 feet 10
inches. Harper is another outside-
possibility for Illinois, having vaulted
12 feet 4 inches-this year.
Michigani must depend on Erick-
son for any points that she may

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A meal that tastes different, that is differ-
ent than other fish dinners.
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25c Additional for Colors
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Crush Hats

The new imported
crush hats in all
shades of tan and
grey, small shape,
feather weight.

Five dollar hats
specially sold at

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SPRING SPORTSWEAR

Tweed or Linen Knickers 'worn with the

newer

shades of crew neck slip-overs and golf hose to

match make attractive combinations

for spring

$350

sport attire.

NOTE-Spring Sale with all Suits apecially priced at $5.0 continues
with a -very complete selection still available.

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