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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FE MARKED BY
EFRGIAE RUNS
le, Diffley Drive Circuit
ws for Wolves, Butler
Sprains Ankle.
(Spr rioIl o The Daily)
[SCN, Wisconsin-Wiscon-
pes of retaining its Big Ten
onship were virtually shat-
oday as Michigan won a
ting game, 10-6. Braendle
ffley polled out home runs
invaders, while Smilgoff,
right fielder also clouted
it blow. Butler, Wolverine
elder was carried from the
d in the seventh inning
sprained ankle.
Michigan

Northwestern

Golf

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to

Meet

Wolverines

Today

TOLAN TO ENTER
LAST HOME RACE

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Michigan Must Take Match
Evanston to Remain in
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Eddie Tolan,
Who will be running his last
sprints on the home track this
afternoon when the Wolverines
meet the Minnesota thinclads to
open the Conference dual meet
season. He willeruntin both the
100 and the 220 events.
'M' BLANKET AWARDS
Varsity 'M' blankets were
awarded to the following men atn
the Cap Night ceremonies last
night:
J. Perry Austin . . . .cross country
track
William Benz ........ wrestling
William V. Compton....baseball
Francis M. Cornwell .... football
Thomas Courtis .........hockey
Joseph Downing.....basketball
Leo Draveling......... football
Theron Donahue...... wrestling
Leonard Friedman ......fencing
Robert Gordon .. ..... .. fencing
Edward Hammer.......tennis
Richard Livingston ........ golf
John Noyes ...............track
John Pottle .............. track
J. R. Royston ..............golf
Harrison Simrall......football
(Continued on Page 7)

In an attempt to gain their first
Western Conference victory of the
season, the 'Michigan tennis team
will invade Evanston today to do
battle with the powerful aggrega-
t i o n representing Northwestern
University, in what promises to be
one of the crucial meets of the
year for the Wolverines.
Northwestern Team Strong.
Northwestern has e n g a g e d in
.three meets to date, being returned
victorious over Indiana and Purdue,
and dropping a meet to the strong
Chicago team. Chicago, however,
holds the Big Ten championship,
and a loss to that team is no dis-
grace. Should the Wolverines drop
today's meet to the Wildcats they
would be practically out of the
conference race, as they lost a
hard fought 5-4 decision last Mon-
day to Onio State at Columbus.
On the other hand, if the Maize
and Blue team crashes through to
a victory today it stands an excell-
ent chance of going through the
rest of the season withat least an
even eha.,ace of finishing high up
in the standings. Four dual meets
remain after the Wildcats clash,
Indiana, Chicago, Illinois, and Min-
'nesota Leing on the Wolverine's
schedule.
Seven Men Make Trip.
Coach John Johnstone took a
squad of seven men with him to
Chicago yesterday when the team
left for the meet. The entire regu-
lar team, with the exception of
Sherman, made the trip. He was
kept at home because of an infec-
tion to his foot that prohibits him
from taking apart in the proceed-
(Corntinuea on, Eage 7)

REGULARS NAMED
BY SOCCER COACH'
All-Campus Sport Sees Foreign-
ers Dominate Selections.
Coach Johnstone announced his!
first team from the soccer playersl
yesterday afternoon. Few players
on the regular team hail from
America and none from Michigan..
Inter-squad games are scheduled
to begin Saturday, May 16. Soccer
is an Intramural sport and little.
outside competition is available.
Aruiyo, fram Brazil, has got the
jump on the, other candidates for1
goal position. C. E. Dee, from In-I
diana, Z. Lucassian, from Persia,
and Trelles are the best fullbacks
on the squad.1
A. Terrazas, from Bolivia, is one{
of the outstanding backs on the
team. E. Groth, Ting, from China,
and B. S. Sidhu, from India, are
the ranking forwards.
Other players who have been-
selected on the first squad are:
Valverde, from Bolivia: Gamarra,
from Peru; J. Guardia, from Pan-
ama; P. Garzon, from Colombia;
I ios, from Bolivia; and W. Ouspen-
sky.
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SUNDAY, MAY 10
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avoid disappointment
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
American League.
Detroit 3, Washington 2, (10
innings).
Boston 8, Clevland 4.
New York-Chicago, rain.
Philadelphia-St. Louis, rain.
National League
Brkln. 4, Philadelphia 3.
St. Louis-Pi t t s b u r g h, wet
grounds.
Baseball Stomas

With but three games played in
both leagues yesterday afternoon,
the Detroit Tigers managed to find
time betwen showers to nose out
the Washington Senators in a tight
ten-inning game by a score of 3-2.
Each team scored two runs in the
first inning and then seemed able
only to scatter their hits over the
remaining innings in such a way

Arriving in Ann Arbor at about
10 o'clock yesterday morning, North-
western's Varsity golfers proceeded
Go breeze around the new Univer-
sity course in close to par figures in
preparation for their miatch today.
wih Coach Trueblood's mashie-
weilders.
Capt. Ollie Rogers and Fred Da-
maske, the two veterans ftfm the
team which last year defeated the
Wolverines, led the visitors' attack
on "old man Par."
At the same time the Wildcats
were tuning up for the crucial fray
today as Capt. Royston and his
team confined their pre-game ef-
forts to the hitting of practice
shots, with special emphasis being
placed on the shorter strokes.
At a late hour last night, Coach
(Continued on Page 7)

TIGERS NOSE OUT M I f
IWASHiNGTON, 3-2 111UlW
Detroit Keeps in Fourth PaceI
by Ten-Inning Victory.

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11, until Akers, substitute shortstop for
the Tigers, broke up the game with
1 a timely triple with a man on sec-
2 ond.
Detroit now holds fourth position
1 with a margin of a game and a half
0 over the Senators.

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