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BIG TEN HAS SIX
BALL GAMES ON
SCHEDULE TODA Y
TRACK MEET PREDICTIONS
Feeling that they should make an effort to really get in bad before
the school year ends, the reditors of this page have prepared the follow-
ing predictions en the Illinois-'Michigan track meet based on past form
shown. They have attempted to submerge their natural "'Michigan
loyalty" but if it crops out here and there or if it vanish-es too much
in other places, forgive them, for they know not what they do.
100 yard dash-Hester (M) first; Grod'sky (M) second; Timm (I)
220 yard dash-Hester (M) first; Grodsky (M) second; Hale (I) third.
440 yard dash-Munger (M) first; Chambers (I) second; Seymour
880 yard run-Hal White (I) first; Orlovich (I) second; Lomont (M)
One mile run-Stine (I) first; Monroe (M) second; McElwee (I) third.
Two mile run-Abbott (I) first; Fairfield (I) second; Wuerfel (M)
120 yard high hurdles--Cooper (M) first; Rodgers (I) second; Kin-
ney (M) third.
220 yard low hurdles-Jones (M) first; Cooper (M) second; Rodg-
er's (I) third.
Running high jump-Miller (I) first; Cai-r (I); Felker and Waldo
Running broad jump-Joe Simon (I) first; Arendt (M) second;
Frank Simon or Sibbitt (I) third.
Pole vault-Barnes (I) first; White (I) second; Erickson (M) third.
Shot put-Lyon (I) first; Kimmel (I) second; Poorman (M) third.
Discuss-Lyon (I) first; Allman (I) second; Carlson (M) third.
Hammer throw-Ketz (M) first; Williams (M) second; McArthur (M)
Javelin-Glass (I) first; Knoepp (M) second;, Beaman (M) third.
TOTAL-ILLINOIS 74; MICHIGAN 61.
Morris Quinn and Herbert Vedder.
Standings of the teams in the Big
Ten baseball race will probably un-
dergo a considerable shakeup as the
result of contests this week-end. Six
games are scheduled for today, so
there is bound to be a change in the
positions of the teams.
As the feature on the day's diam-
ond card, Iowa and Illinois, co-cham-
pions last year, will hook up in a
double-header at Urbana. This was
necessitated by the postponement of
the Iowa-Illinois game at Iowa City
early in the season.
The Hawkeyes will attempt to
clinch second place for the present by
downing the Illini. The Indians, vir-
tually out of the race, will be out to
settle baseball supremacy between
the schools. Iowa, with Mulroney and
and Twogood available for mound
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VARSITY RESERVES To
MEET FROSH NETMEN
Freshmen Materially Strengthened By
AddIton Of Three Ineligible
Men To Their Ranks
Materially strengthened by the ad-
dition of three ineligible players to
their ranks, the freshman tennis team
will oppose the Varsity reserves this
afternoon at 1:30 on the Ferry Field
courts, weather permitting.
in all probability nine singles and
four doubles will be played. Kempner,
Marshall, Bacon, Eliot, Farbman,
Marsh, Kimball, Phelps, and Knapp
will see action for the reserve team
while Dusenbury, Nelson, Swanson,
Neasen, Richelson and Kramer be-
sides the three ineligibles, Spencer,
Hammer and Glocheski, will appear
in the perling lineup.
led last fall? If not, I should like to standings.
contribute something for you as the Teais Evenly MaithIied
last expression of one of the Class of A victory over the Cardinal team
'28. will put Michigan in a tie with the
Your story in Thursday's issue of Badgers for second place, each with
The Daily, relating to Illinois-Michi- a record of three wins and one de-
gan rivalry served to kindle some of feat, which may be turned into a trip-
my Michigan athletic loyalty, for I le tie for first place if Ohio falls be-
think that Michigan's athletic record fore any of her remaining two op-
is something really to be proud of. ponents. On a basis of past results,
While Illinois has been coming up the Wolverine and Cardinal netmen
and snapping at the Wolverine's heels appear evenly matched, since, besides
of late, Michigan still is "Champion defeating Iowa and Minnesota, the
of the West." Even in this year, one Badgers have downed the Northwest-1
which we have called an "off-year," ern squad, 6-8, the same score that
Michjgan has no apologies to make Michigan gained over the Purple. Last
to Illnois. If one counts up the ath- year Michigan defeated the Wisconsin
letic contests between the two team on the Ferry field courts.
schools to date this year, he will find The first singles iiatch will bring
that Michigan has won one more en- together two of the foremost players
gagement than Illinois has. in the Conference, Captain Barton of
True, Illinois won from a Michigan Michigan and ex-captain Boldenwick
football team last fall-for the first of Wisconsin. Boldenwick was a final-
time in three years-but what of the ist in the Big Ten tournament last
recent baseball strife when the Wol- year, and has been undefeated in 1928
verines beat Illinois badly twice? And competition, while Barton, who won
then came an embryonic fencing team over the Badger in last year's match,
which beat Illinois. has lost but once, to Captain O'Con-
In wrestling the Wolverines have nell of Illinois, twice Conference
no apologies to make, just being nosed mpion.
out by Illinois, due to the victory of Captain Freeborn of Wisconsin,
an Illinois man who was afterward who is also undefeated this year, will
beaten by the Wolverine he downed. oppose Bob Heaney in the second sin-
Although Michigan and Illinois both gles match.
had perfect dual meet swimming rec- Badger Lineup Undecided
ords, there was no comparison be-IThe rest of the Badger lineup is
thwen the streeeent ofhe twoa undecided, although it is probable that
shown in the Conference meet. McMillan and Laborde, two sopho-
Recently the Golf and tennis teams mores, will play in third and fourth
halved things, Michigan winning thepst tid Cardia
former and Illinois the latter. It is 1veteran, in fifth position, and Meikle-
conceded that Gill's team should win
from Michigan on the track, but when Joii, another sophomore, in the final
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