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VARITY TEEAMS HAVE EIGHT MEETS
IN CONF E RENCE LIST ED T HIS W E E

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Three Baseball Gamnes, Contjsts
in Track, Golf, Tennis
Fill Schedule.

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linois Diamond Squad Offers1
Big Test; Has Four Big
Ten Conquests.
PROBABLE LINEUPS
ichigan Uliois
Superko, 3b Witte, Cf
Braendle, if Tryban, ss
Tompkins, cf Fuzak, If
Hudson, lb Mills, lb
Diffley,c Steuernagel, rf
Daniels, 2b Gbur, 2b
Eastman, rf Wahl, 3b
Kracht, ss Chervinko, c
Compton, p Hazzard, p
Two baseball teams, both unbeat-.
n in Western Conference competi-
on for the year, will be on exhi-
tion this afternoon when Michi-
an meets Illinois at 4:05 o'clock
n Ferry Field, in what promises
be one of the closest and most
rucial contests of the year sched-
led for the local diamond The
Tolverines and the Illini are the
aly teams in the Conference that
,ave still to taste defeat, and to-
ay's game will determine which
ne of them will continue as peace-
aker for the Big Ten.
Compton in Box.
Again it will be Vern Compton
pon whom Michigan will pin its
opes for a victory. The veteran,
ght handed hurling ace of the
[aize and Blue aggregation has'
irned in the only two Conference
ictories that the Wolverines have
egistered, and is sufficiently rest-
I from his performance against
adiana last Saturday to be at his
est against Coach Carl Lundgren's
rew.
Top Conference Teams.
Illinois has won its first four Big
'en contests, one of the victories'
eing scored over the strong North-
'estern team, which is running the
aders a close race for the top of
ae Big Ten standings. The last
llini victory was won last Sat-
rday, when the Indians took a
-1 verdict from the Boilermakers
n the Purdue diamond.
Coach Lundgren will send Al
[azzard to the mound in an effort
(Continued on Page r)

This week's schecule of Michiganc
I athletic corn .mtition includes eight
contests, three of them at home and
five away. Four of these assign- t
ments will be filled on Saturday,
May 9, when all four Wolverine
teams, baseball, track, golf, and
tennis, will compete. Coach Ray
Fisher's diamond crew will get al
real dose of Big Ten competition,
engaging three Conference nines.
Saturday's track duel with Minne-c
sota will be the only home meet of
the season. The tennis and golft
aggregations will be making anl
effort to best Northwestern.-
Meet Badgers Friday.
Illinois, one of the favorites for
Big ten honors in baseball, will pay
a visit to Ann Arbor this afternoon,
and Michigan's hopes for success
depend largely upon the outcome of
soges 110rby, this contest.. Fisher will probably
Veteran manager of the chain- use Verne Compton, veteran ace of
pion St. Louis Cardin ls, who led the hurling staff, in the box for the I
his cohorts to a brilliant win over encounter. On Friday the Wolves
the Cubs in an eleven-inning duel will stack up against the Badgers,
Sunday on the Card's home soil, when they journey to Madison to
The win served to intrench more encounter the defending chain-
firmly the St. Louis nine in first pions. Wisconsin, however, appears
place, three games ahead of the to be below last year's form and
Cubs. lost to Western State Teachers col-
lege, while Michigan downed the
SOCIETY TOMEETKalamazoo team.
A T UNION TONIGHT In their Conference opener the I
______T Badgers dropped the game to Chi-
Phi Epsilon Kappa, national pro- cago, 5 to 4. Owing to cancellation
fessional Physical Educational fra- of the Ohio State game, Wisconsin
ternity will hold the spring get-to- will play but eleven contests this
gether meeting at 7:30 tonight in year, while the other contenders
rQom 304 at the Union. All pros- will have twelve, so that if the
pective candidates for membership Badgers drop another game they
ted to or will probably be out of the running.
Dr. George May, director of Wat- Jake Sommerfield, the ace of the
erman gymnasium and professor of Wisconsin mound platoon, has just
physical education, and Mr. Clar- about the fastest ball in the Big
ence Biedenweg, president of the Ten.
fraternity, will give speeches on Wolves to Hit Midway.
the purposes, aims, and history of : Chicago, with only three letter
the organization. men on its squad, appears to be the
Spring initiation is scheduled for weakest of the opponents, even
May 14. Those eligible for mem- though the Maroons did defeat the
bership will have an opportunity Badgers. The Chicago team will be
to become acquainted with the or- host to the Wolverines at the Mid-,
ganization, Mr. Webster of the In- way on Saturday.
tamural department stated at this Minnesota, although not an ex-
meeting tonight. ceptionally strong team, will extend

the Wolverine thincads to the limit,
as the Gophers possess extraordin-
ary strength in s veral events.
They are particularly wol fortified
in the high jump, not put, and
certain others. Haas is doing ex-
ceptionally well in the sprints this
spring, but Eddie Tsu is expected.
tot ake the dashes over the Gopher
opponents.
Ccnrt Men Seek itevcnge.
The tennis squad started the
week's activities by meeting the
Buckeye court team at Columbus
yesterday afternoon. On Saturday,
Coach Johnstone's men will en-
counter Northwestern at Evanston,
in an attempt to square matters for
the defeat suffered last year. The
loss administered by the Purpie
netters last spring was the only Big
Ten defeat that the Wolverines
suffered.
Northwestern will also furnish
the opposition for the golfers this
week, when the Wildcats meet the
Michigan team on the new Univer-
sity course this Saturday. The
Wolverine team is expected to run
into the most difficult competition
of the season in this match.

WEEK'S SPORTS $C EDULE
Baseball
Today-llinois, here.
Friday-Wisconsin,, there.
Saturday-Chicago, there.
Track
Saturday-Minnesota, here.
Tennis
S a t u r d a y -- Northwestern,
there. .f
Golf
Saturday-Northwesterln, here.
Chick Hafey Will Not
Make Eastern Jaunt!
ST. LOUIS, May 4.-(IP)-Charles
"Chick" Hafey, slugging outfielder,
will not be among those present
when the Cardinals depart tomor-
row night on an invasion of the
east.
Hafey, who is motoring from his
California home to sign a new con-
tract and join the Cardinals, will
not be taken on the trip even
should he arrive today or tomor-
row.,

Blue Eleven Holds Yellow After
Fay Places Pigskin in
Striking Distance.
Yesterday afternoon the Varsity
football candidates opened the last
veek of spring practice with a cou-
ple of periods of scrimmage. The
two lineups of the Yellows and the
Blues were pitted against each
other, the coaches shifting the men
continually to keep new players in
the lineups and get a line on the
progress of every man out for prac-
tice.
Blue's Hold at Goal.
No scoring was done by either
team, although the Yellows had at
least two splendid chances to take
the pigskin across the end zone for
a tally. The first time, during the
early period, the Blues were pushed
back to their goal line on a long
criss-cross run of Fay's, and the
set-up was first and ten for the
Yellows, with goal to go. Then the
Blue line aided by a timely fumble
of the Yellow backs, stiffened and
held for no gain in a manner rem-
iniscent of similar trying times in
the fall football season.
The end of the first period was
lengthened five extra minutes at
the command of Coach Kipke to let
the Blues, who were in possession
of the ball and apparently headed
for a touchdown, have as much
time as needed to get the oval over
the goal. Again a fumble spoiled
their chance and the period was
finally stopped.
Yellows Threaten.,
The finish of the last periodI
found the situation reversed with1
the Yellow team within the ,Blue
ten-yard line, first and ten. The
first play ruined the effort made
by Petoskey's reception of a long
pass that put them there, for the
result was another fumble that in
turn resulted in the coach calling
the play at that juncture.
The freshmen players were doing
the stellar work this session, with
Fay of the Yellows looking far the
best. Time and again he made sub-
stantial gains through the line and
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Johnny Weismuller, w Ald fa-
mous swimmer, will give an ex-
hibition at 7:.3v tonight in the
'ntrunnural pool. '0 his a4ted taik
star has been sicurd by Coach
Matt Mann to give ite ichigan
s an opportunity to see
a ir1d's s p edet natattr in

Title-Holders
Of Oultdoor
Minnes:

awtion. Michigan tracksters, prcsent hol-
Wei.iar iS the holder of ders of both the indoor and out-
iTmrdS aid wil1 door titles in the Wetern Confer-
nt oa 1 i bour's rexhibition .of
his sl tou's. Ia~exhibtio . ence will be called upon to begin
is skilitoig .Alargecrw
isectators is anicipated .as the defense of one of their chai--
the lanky swimmer has been be- pionships when they meet the Min-
for.e the public eye almost con nesota thinclads on Ferry Field
stantly for several years, and is Saturday in the first Big Ten out-
conced l by many to be the door meet of the season. Notice-
greatcst swiimmer of all time~ ably weak in some departments, the
Afsl srionl will be free. Wolverines are exceptionally strong
in others as was demonstrated in
the recent Drake and Ohio Relays.
Have Several Stars.
The Gophers are not ranked as a
L title contender this season, but
have several stars who can be
counted on to take their respective
events without much difficulty un-
less the Maize and Blue should de-
velop unexpected ability. High
McKain Handed First Defeat as jumpers, shot putters, and a few
T ound Out 9-3 Win' other departments are among the
Tigers un- n, uncertain ones.
Cleveland Loses One. Captain John Haas, noted sprin-
ter for the Gophers, is running in
Waite Hoyt pitched Detroit to a form this season, and will give the
victory over Chicago, 9 to .3, in the Wolverine stars a run for their
first game of the series yesterday money, although it is expected that
at Navin Field. McKain started his+Eddie Tolan and Jack Campbell
of the althoughcan take the first two places in
firt game season hughthe century and 220 yard dashes.
he is credited with three victories, _Munn Shines in Shot.
all earned as a relief pitcher. Michigan can count on little if
Five runs in the second inning anything in the high jump vith
spelled defeat for the White Sox. Cam Hackle of the Gophers jump-
After Alexander was tossed out by ing consistently over six feet al-
McKain, Stone singled to left and ready this year. And unless Gold-
advanced on McManus' walk. Owen smith shows better in the next few
flied out and Hayworth singled, days the shot will also go to Min-
scoring Stone. Fotl ergill fumbled nesota who has Clarence Munn,
Hoyt's drive while McManus scored whose only Conference rival seems
on the play. Johnson scored Hay- to be Behr of Wisconsin.
worth with a single and Hoyt Although Eggleston has not been
stopped at second. H. Walker tripl- going as good as was expected of
ed to right with Hoyt and Johnson him at the start of the season, he
scoring. On the relay of the throw- should be able to beat out Charles
in, Watwood threw over Tate's head Scheifly in the hurdles. Eggleston
to the grandstand. But Waller in has beaten the Gopher hurdler sev-
trying to score slipped and McKan neral times during the past year,
ietrieved the ball and threw him but was in turn, beaten by three
out. other Big Ten stars at the Ohio
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