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7, 1931 7- __

THE MICHIGAN DAIEY
COT ERNd ILLINOIS IN

CLOSE BATTLE

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E WESTERN CONFERENCE TRACK MEET
1T s FEATURES WEEK'S SPORT PROGRAM
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BIG TEN RESULTS

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orious in Both 100
Yard Dash Events;
Point Winner.
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e Baurgi"arner,
5 Editor, W11n0is DaiUy
to victories in ve y
the low hurdles, the
Michigan, Champions
en, def eatel the IBl-
id field teams yestei'-
o 64 c/3 in m moia:

Michigan's Upring sports teams
will put in a busy week starting
Tuesday afternoon, with the West-
emn Conference track meet sched-
uled to be held at Evanston, Ill.,
on Friday and Saturday afternoons
headlining the week's program. In
idd tion to the track meet the Wol-
vei ie's diamond aggregation will
,ce action i, three skirmishes, whil>
-e gcf team will pby twice and
he tennis team once.
Thinclads Attravt Interest.
Inasmuch as the baseball team
will not b, called upon the face
any Conference foes during ther
week, attentioxn of Michigan sportI
fans will be turned momentarily to
Bhe thinclads, who will defend their
Big Ten cham-pionship in the West-
ern Conference meet at Evanston.
This title was won last year in a
thrilling meet, and chances are ex-
ceedingly bright for Coach Charlie
Hoyt's cindermen to present him
with the Conference toga in his
first year as Wolveine mentor.
Outstanding among the Maize
and Blue's competitors for the
championship will he the powerful

,nerous other stars who have made
a name for themselves carrying
Michigan's colors on the track and
field.
Three games face the baseball'
team during the week, although the
Wolverines will not be called upon
to meet any Conference foes. On
Tuesday afternoon Coach Ray Fish-
er's charges will play the only home
enco unter of the week, a return
game against Western State Nor-
mal College, of Kahxmazoo. In .the'
first game between these two teams
Michigan was the victor; taking a
4-2 decision behind the effective
pitching of Jack Tompkins and
Lefty" McKay. On Wednesday aft-
ci noan the olverincs travel to
Ypsilanti, where they will meet
Michigan State Normal College in
the only game of the season be-,
tween these two teams. The first
Ypsi game was called off because of
inclement weather, and has been
definitely cancelled.
Will Meet Spartans.

I Exclusive Organization Electsl
Lipton,Famous Challenger
for America's Cup.
L O N D O N, May 16.-(/P)-sir
Thomas Lipton, 81 years old British
yachtman, today was elected a
member of the Royal Yacht squad-
ron and henceforth the coveted.
white ensign will fly over his Sham-
rock.
The ensign is the exclusive em-
blemnof the royal navy and royal
squadron. All other yachts of Brit-
ain must be content with the red
"duster" of the merchant fleet orf,
in special instances, the blue .en-1
sign.

Ohio State...........4
Indiana ............. 1
Wisconsin ...........13
N'western ...........2
Chicago .............10
Minnesota ........... 2
Chicago............4
Minesota . ........... 1
Track scores-

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9
12
5

'Chicag .... 200 IC) 000 3 7 1
Russell, Durham and Ruel; Cra-
way and Tate.
Washington 020 004 100 02 9 14 3
St. Louis.. 012 210 010 00 7 14 1
I Fisch or, Marberry and Spencer;
Collins, Coffman and Ferrell.
NATIONAL LEAGUE

1
4
2
2
2
5

7
1

Cm . .. .....000
Brklyn. ....010
Johnson and.
and Lombard.

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000 100 1
000 001 2
Asby, Stiles;

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Minnesota 80
crn 53 2/3.
Wisconsin 36;
cago 17.

1/3; northwest-
Iowa 62; Chi-

aeball Scores /

sensational supremacy of the
Ines in the track events, ill-
d by Eddie Toian's two vic-
n the dashes and topped bye
on's triumph over Lee Sent-
a the high hurdles, cariied
bo a lead which the Illini
nable to overcome despite
wide margin in the field

AMERICAN LEAGUE

EE
R H E

TON '
One of the feature performances
of the Michigan-Illinois dual track
meet held yesterday was Egleston's
unexiecte~dwin over Lee Sentman.

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Many British people were asKing
day, however, why the man Who
ad done inore for British yacht-'
g than any other should not
,ve been accorded the honor of
embership in the squadron years
0.
The royal yacht squadron, of
Bich King George V. is admiral,

New York ..000 010 1 3 01
DETROIT.. 000 30 (Rain) 3 6 0
Johnson, Weinert, Gomez and
Dicepy; Bridges and Schang.
Philadelphia 000 003 063 12 20 1
Cleveland.. 101 002 0(I 5 12 3
Grove and Cochrane; Hudlin,
Thomas, Harder. Bean and Sewell.

In the .eight races Coach hoyt'st
men piled up a two to one lead, but1
the Illinois rally in the 1ied events,
kept a large Interscholastic Day
crowd in doubt until the finish.
Gafill tied McDermoot in the high
jump, but every other Maize and
Blue fleldman went down to defeat.
Eggleston's victory, r u n n i n g
against a strong wind was as deci-
sive as it was unexpected. Ile beat
the World and Conference champion
to the tape by a yard. The time was
slow, 15.6. Sentman came back to
w the low h dles, both he and
Capt. ave of Illinois beating the.
slim Wolverine. Campbl of Mich-
igan raid eay se ond ~to Tolan in1
both dases. ach squad won seven
first pias. Tqlan tied Parma, Illi-
6Ois winer of the shot and discus
for scoring honors, with ten points.
Besides Tolan and Eggleston,
Wolfe in the mile, Russell in the 440,
Turner. in the 680, and Austin in
the two-nliile placed first for Mich-
igan. Wolfe ran to-an easy victory
in the absence of Paul Evans, Illi-
no4s star miler who was unable to
compete. Austin outstripped Peto-
fish, Illinois, in a close two-mile
arn, Turner and Lindal of Illinois
provided the closest finish of the
meet in the half, with Turner beat-
ing off a last minute challenge by
the former English runner.
S mmaries.
100-yard dash - Won by Tolan
(M), Campbell (M) second, Hamp-
ton (I) third. Time :10.
1-mile run-Won by Wolfe (M);
Woolsey (I)' second; Gould (
third. Time 4:27.5.
220-yard dash - Won by Tolan
(M); Campbell (M) second; Cave
(L) third. Time ;23.6.
120-yard high hurdles - Won by
Eggleston (M); Haefele (M) second,
Sentman (I) third. Time :15.6.
440-yard dash - Won by Russell
(M); Glading (M) second; Kelly
(I) third. Time :50.1
Discus throw - Wop by Purma
(I); Celaya (I) second; Dougal (M)
third. Distance 143 feet 10% inches.
Javelin throw-Won by Robinson
(I); Dougal (M) second; Hazen (M)
third. Distance A84 feet 4%/2 inches.
Broad jump-Won by Bertlesman
(I) second; Klein(M)) third. Dis-
tpnce 24 feet 3 inches.
Hammer throw - Won by Hills
(I; Cox (M) second; Dibble (M)
third. Distance 149 feet.
Shot put-Won by Purma (I);
doldsmith (M) second; Wineland
(I) third. Distance 43 feet 1 1/4
inches.
,High jump-Won by McDermott
(I); Gafill (M) second; Jamison
(1 and Noyes (M) tied for third.-
Seight 5 feet 10 inches.t
"Pole vault-Won by McDemont
I); Pottle (M) second; Lennington
({) third. Height 13 feet.
220-yard low hurdles -Won by
Sentman (I); Cave (I) second;
Eggleston (M). third. Time :24.6.
=880-yard - Won by Turner (M);
Indall (I) second; Braden (M)
third. Time 2:00.5.
Two-mile run - Won by Austin
(4); Petofish (I) second; Howell
(M) third. Time 9:46.9.
Virginia Pep, St. Louis' first wo-
.nan golf professional, won a dis-
tict title when she was 17 years
2413 320 E. LIBERTY

track aggregations representing
Ohio State, Indiana, and Illinois.
The Buckcyes have been cutting a
big figure in track meets through-
Out the country all spring, and ratet
as the most dangerous rivals to
Wolverine supremacy. Indiana has V
a well balanced team that has en-
abled the Hoosier institution to,
down such a powerful outfit as Illi-
nois possesses in a triangular meet,
while the Indians are always a
threat on the track.
Tolan Ends Career. '
This meet will mark the last ap-
pearances in Western Conference,
competition for such stars as Eddie
Tolan, Michigan's famous Negro
dash star, Perry Austin, Conference
two-mile champion, and Captain
Johnny Pottle, one of the best pole
vaulters in the Big Ten, besides nu-
LINKSMEN DEFEA T
DE TROITERS, 17-1

One of Michigan's oldest rivals m II ni hurdler.'
on the diamond will furnish the' sar_ ___urle ag
opposition in the third game of the WOLVERINES BEA T
week, the Wolverine being sched- WBwi
uled to go to East Lansing to face CHICAGO NETMENiis
the Spartans of Michigan State in .in
the first of three games that have
been scheduled with that club. Brilliant Finish by Reindell and
State usually has a powerful team ,Ranck Clinches Meet.
that is capable of giving the Wol-
verines the best kind of opposition. (Continued from Page 6)
Golfers Play Twice.
T'17 CI 4%1'% CCn;:i&ne l V ,;match was close all the way al-

one of the most exclusive clubs
the world.

Boston.....000 000 000

0

4 3

The

I Wo geii meets are nLsted to e
staged during the week, the Mich-
igan linksmen playing Chicago at
Chicago on Thursday afternoon,
and continuing on to Champaign
on Friday, where they will face the
Illini linksmen. Both of these
teams should give the Wolverines
a hard fight to come out on top.
On Saturday afternoon the Wol-
verines will play the only scheduled
tennis match of the week against
Illinois. With only one defeatj

though the excellent play of Rex-
inger provided the margin by which
the Chicago duo took the decision
in three sets, 8-6, 4-6, 6-2.
The whirl wind game played by
Hammer in this match contributed
much to get the Wolverine pair as
far ras they did. .The veteran took
the ball at the net time after time
and returned it orr of reach of the
Champions. Rexinger's main ad-

Only Cleaners.

IN ANN ARBOR

USING

Substitutes

Replace . Regulars

in Afternoon Singles.

(Continued from Page 6) a
pair of birdies at the finish ac-
counted for Detroit's lone tally.
This match was characteristic of
the meet however, with the Wol-
verines all leading by large mar-
gins on the out nines and then
coming in with much closer play.
This was in the afternoon, in the
morning it was all Michigan.
Jolly's win was over Schweitzer,
Sherwood's at the expense of Cor-
nel, while Hand took the measure
of Skinner with the best score of
the meet. While all the players
shot good golf there were not any
exceptionally low scores, although
a few seventies of which the above
reserve man's was the lowest for
the day. The showing of the subs
was gratifying in each case and re-
vealed much that Trueblood has
hoped lay in his reserve squad.
The yarsity's next competition
will come this week when they
travel to Olympia Fields in Chi-
cago Tuesday for thermeeththere
Wednesday. From there they go
to the University of Illinois Thurs-
day, will practice there onFriday
and play a scheduled meet with
the Indian fairway squad Satur-
day. This makes a full week for the
team and a tough one too but they
are ready for it.
The result of this meet is some-
what of a surprise for Detroit City
college was supposed to have an
aggregation of mashie wielders that
would push the Wolverines to take
the meet. Evidently the visiting
squad was overestimated while at
the same time the strength of the
Maize and Blue team was not fully
accounted for.
If the men can get their scores
down as a team a little lower and
continue to play such a consistent
game they should have little
trouble in setting down the teams
that Chicago and Illinois will
stack up against them in the meets
of the coming week.
SAND
KILLINS GRAVEL
COMPANY
Telephone 7112

charged against them, and with a vantage was gained through a
victory over the powerful Chicago, beautiful cross-court and b a c k
team, last year's champions, to 1 hand play that proved difficult for
their credit, the Maize .and Blue the Wolverines to match.
court squad looms as the almost Kaplan and Schmidt pulled the
certain wipner of this meet, surprise of the day by gaining a
victory in the second doubles over
Indiana Prepares for Captain Brace and Clarke. The
. W lves came up in the second set
End of Season Rush to win, 8-6, but lost the first and
third, 3-6. Reindel and Ranek, who
(Continued From Page 6) replaced Sherman in the doubles,
were the deciding players. By win-
the largest crowds of the season is ning he Iinal doubles, 7-5, 10-8,
expected to witness these contests they broke the tie and gave the
Saturday because of the added in- Wolves the decision by a 5-4 score.
terest furnished by the return of-
Page. Indiana will return Page's UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA--
visit by playing Chicago the fol- Frederick 1Kaeber, professor emer-
itus of comparative philology, con-
lowing week, and will close the sea- sidered the world's greatest author-
son in a road trip against Michi- iity on the English epic, "Beowulf,"
gan State and Michigan. will leave the university at the end
At Northwestern, the Indiana Iof the school year, after 37 years of
thinclads will attempt to raise their activity on the campus. For more
track standing in the conference than half his life Professor Klaeber
outdoor track meet Saturday to an studied the epic, "Beowulf," and
even higher place than the fifth while working for a degree mem-
place, which they gained in the orized the entire poem, more than
Big Ten indoor meet last spring. 2,000 lines.
Four sophomores are starring on Johnny Butler, manager of the
the Texas Aggie baseball team that Denver Western league team, fined
set a fast pace in the Southwest players $25 every time they over-
conference 'race. stayed the 11:30 curfew this spring.

Miracle an

St. Louis . .023 000 000 5 8 2
N. York ...011 002 30x 7 1 '4
Rhem, Derringer and Mancuso;
Hubbell, Burley and Hogan.
Pitts......,000 011 000 2 5 3
Boston _.3 .013 021 200 9 12 1
Kremer, Willoughby and Phillips;
Zachary and Spohrcr.
First Game:
Chicago ...100 000 000 1 12 1
Phila. .....300 110 000 5 8 1
Root, May, Teachout and Grace;
Dudley and Davis.
Second Game:
Chicago ...002 062 610 17 20 1
Phila......100 221 000 26 14 4
Sweetland, Malone and Iartnett;
Collins, Schesler anid Davis.
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