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THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1920.

THE MICH I CAN D IY

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Varsity SL
MYRON i( HURT WHIE
PERFORMINO3 ATSE

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Be Unable To Play Against
Iowa And Iinois This
Week End

HAS BEEN VALUABLE MAN
Harold Myron, Varsity shortstop,
whose work afield has been one of
4he sensations of the season, will
probably be unavailable for compe-
tion against Iowa and Illinois this
week end and possibly may be
forced to an even longer lay off due
to a leg injury suffered Tuesday in
tlhe State game.
The Wolverine infielder sustained
a pair of injured ligaments below
the knee when Warner of the
Spartan team collided with him at
second base. In all probability
Coach Fisher will be unwilling to
send the injured regular to short
unless the ailing member shows an
expected turn for the better.
With the injury to Myron, Coach
Fisher decided yesterday to name
both Eastman and Centanni, re-
serve infielders to make the trip to
Iowa and Illinois. He also named
Dick Montague, lanky junior, as the
extra moundsman. These named
men along with Captain Corriden,
Nebelung, Weintraub, Straub, MC-
C~n Ki k~ AMrn Trus.knwcki_

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SUMMARY OF CONFERENCE TRACK,
EVENTS FOR ANNUAL TOURNAMENT
(Continued From Page Six) a wealth of hurdlers, is counting on
440 Yard Dash points in this event, placing theirl
With a' host of good runners en- hopes in Crooks and Rockaway.
teerd, the quarter mile should de- Iowa, somewhat set back when the Barton, Hammer, and Spencer Will
velop into one of the closest races Tllini hurdlers took the first two Go To Columbus Ini Quest Of
of the meet. Rut Walter of North- places in a dual meet, will depend Conference Titles
western, the defending champion, upon the veteran Allison and Sal- I
and George Baird of Iowa are ex- ,ing. Hatfield of Indiana has an TEAM WILL LEAVE TODAY
pected to repeat their duel of lasv outside chance to place. _L EVA
year in fighting it out for first hon- 220 Yard Low Hurdles
ors, although the rest of the field! A close race is anticipated ii the Captain Horace Barton, Jim
will probably press them all the low hurdles with an evenly matched Spencer, and Ed Hammer will carry
way. Baird, who was a member of field entered. Jack Tarbill of Mich-I the colors of Michigan in th quest
the last Olympic team, will be out igan has made the best time in the for individual Conference singles
to gain revenge on his Wildcat event, but he will find strong rivals and doubles titles which begins Fri-
rival. in Rockaway of Ohio State, Allison day morning at Columbus on the
The rst o thecourts of Ohio State.
The rest of the quarter milers of Iowa, and the Illinois trio of Thes me aomaed b Mn
3eem to be nearly on a par. Dale Cave, Burkhart, and Sentman. Tges B een ain fy the
and Dalton Seymour o Michigan Mile Relay rBuckeye capital atn10:30 o'clock
h~ave done well in dual meets and Iowa, with many (;ood quarter! this mon twsanucdb
ire to be reckone d with among the v l fvaairti morning it was annouinced by
areto e rckoed ithamog te milers available, trill be :favored to Coach Courtwvright. Barton is the
Strong contenders. Gist of Chicago take first honors in the relay. Per- o o ot t on e
,s a s awieFruo f snfr nii ea. only one of the three Wttolverine en--
is a fast man, while Ferguson o1 gson, Seveson, Baird, and St a- tries who has seen previous coma.-
Iowa, and Abramson of Indiana, mats wil form :a strong quartet for petitioninCfenc torys
must be considered in the running. the Hawkeyes. Chicago is also re- TIo i Conferenc t
Ii .l Mile ' Twoyears ago the Michigan ace,
THilf Mile .puted to have a fast relay com- captured the Big Ten doubles title
Orval Martin, the Purdue ace, bination, although the Maroons paired with King Moore. Howev-
and Capt. Hal White of Illinois bowed to Northwestern in a er in the singles he did not fare so
should vie for first honors in the quadrangular meet. Michigan should well. Barton has held the unusual
380 yard event. The Boilermaker be up in the race, with the Seymour distinction of maintaining the
Star may save his strength for the twins, Freese, and Tarbill carrying number one position on Wolverine
mile, but it is not unlikely that he the baton for the Wolverines. Wis- teams throughout his three years
will enter the half in an attempt to consin also has a fast quartel. of intercollegiate competition.
annex two firsts. White will be de- Spencer and Hammer, both first1
fending his title, and should be an CONFERENCE THINCLADS Year men on the Varsity net team'
easy winner if Mart is not en-RON RIVAL have alternated at second and third
rd.ihMEETdTaONGsVAthIsinglespositions throughout thisr
Orlovich should also boost the (Cn -d-- ex I year; both being undefeated in
Illinois total in this race, as he is (Continued Fromn Page six) competition. Both are prominent!
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Fisher and Manager Deo will make
the trip.
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Major League
Baseball Scores H
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AMIERICAN LEAGUEt
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Cleveland .....102 003 100-7 8 1 I
Detroit .......000 002 002-4 11 2!
Miller; Whitehill, Yde.-
Washington, 10; New York, 2.
(First Game.)I
R H E
Washington ..000 002 001-3 11 1 1
New York .....100 000 010-2 7 01
Braxton; Hoyt.{
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Boston .......002 000 000- 2 7 0
Philadelphia 220 0120 00x-16 16 51
Morris, Durham; Grove, Orwall. Z
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Chicago......000 000 003-3 6 2
St. Louis.....204 001 00x-7 7 1
Faber, Adkins; Collins.
NATIONAL LEAGUE E
R H Eit
Cincinnati ... 000 010 100- 2 8 2'
Pittsburgh ...205 310 01x-11 14 0
Ash, Donohue; Kremer.
Philadelphia, 6; Boston, 3.
(First Game.)
R H E!
Philadelphia .204 310 102-13 19 1
Boston .......000 200 020- 4 9 0
Willoughby; Cunningham, Hearne,
Brooklyn, 3; New York, 2. f
(First Game.)
R H E
New York ....000 300 004-7 7 1r
Brooklyn .....000 300 000-3 8 1t
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a fast running mate for Wnite. I
Gunn of Iowa, Lomont of Michigan,
Gorby of Northwestern, and Wil-
liams and Gist of Chicago can beI
counted upon to make it interest-f
ing for the leaders.
Mile Run
Fast milers are prominent in the
Conference this year, but Martin of1
Purdue is the outstanding per-J
former. He is likely to break 4:20
in winning the event, but if he en-
ters the half mile, too, this may
check his speed. Letts of Chicago
must be considered a strong con-!
tender for a place, while Fields of
Indiana is rated among the best.
Moe of Wisconsin, Stine of Illinois,
Clapham of Indiana, Strain of Min-
nesota, and McCammon of Iowa
are also likely, point winners. Ab-
bott of Illinois is to be reckoned
with if Coach Gill enters him in the
mile in addition to the longer race.
Two Mile Run
Unless he breaks a leg en route,i
Dave Abbott of Illinois, should be!
an overwhelming favorite to cap-
ture the two mile trek. Abbott es-
tablished a new record when he
won the event last year. The fight
for positions behind Abbott should
resolve into a duel between Leas
and Fields of Indiana, Dilley,_of
Wisconsin, Anderson of Minnesota;
and Austin of Michigan.
120 Yard High Hurdles
Illinois is relying on its star hur-
diers to annex more than a fewI
points for the Orange and Blue, so
Sentman and Rodgers are bearing
the burden in the high hurdle race.
These two Illinois stars are rated
the best pair of hurdlers in the Big'
Ten. Ohio State, which also boasts

nevertheless.-l tournament players.I
Martin, of Purdue, seems to be the Coach Courtwright announced
favorite for the mile after his an- yesterday that Barton and Spencer'
nexation in such an easy fashion would carry the singles assign-
of that-event last year. Although ments while Barton would pair
his 4:15.6 mile race at the Penn re- with Hammer in the doubles.. This
lays marks him as one of the best doubles competition is unbeaten as
ment that America has in this, yet this year and will make Mich-
event, Novak, of Ililnois, may give igan's outstanding bid- for Confer-
him a good battle for the title. ence laurels.
Baird, of Iowa, and a member of In the singles with George Lott,
the Olympic team of last summer is third ranking player in the coun-
favored to annex some of the try, entered, only a distinct upset
sprints. In these he will run will see the singles crown go any
against a flashy field including the other way than to the Maroon of
Veteran Simpson, of Ohio. Eleven Chicago. However with a strong
of last year's fif ten champions will field such an upheaval may occur
be back to defend their titles while in which case Okerbloom of Ohio,
a goodly number of newcomers have Barton and Spencer of Michigan,
demonstrated their ability to con- Schoaff of Illinois, and Cornell of
tend for the championship honors. Minnesota will be the leading con-
Aubrey Boomer's sensational 61 at I tenders.
St. Cloud, France, yesterday, will Doubles competition will see
take rank as the lowest single round rather more of a mixup. Whether
in an open tournament of the first or not Lott will be able to carry
class. This same, slim young British his partner Callahan through is a
pro already held a record, a score mooted question. Should he fail
of 65 in the third round of the the honors will probably go to eith-
French Open at La Boulie in 1922. er to the Michigan pair of Barton-
Over a course of 6646 yards, Boomer Hammer or the Illinois combination
went out in 31 and returned in 34. of Schoaff and Topper.

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