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*THE MTCH-TCOAN DATIY _

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f TiLE O N AST7 YEA
of Indoor Track Favored to Defea

Leoqard Fla Offers
Free Airplane Ride
jto Big Ten Champs
Leonard Flo, manager of the Flo
y ingService and the Ann Arbor
airport,has announced that he will]
give free plane rides to any mem-
ber of a Michigan athletic team
which has wo- a Conference cham-

tate and Ilinois by Close Marg
Conceded Firsts in 100 and 22

gin; Tolan
10.

preliminaries in 14 of
oil the Western Con-I
program scheduled to
is afternoon, the lum-
will shine when the
rned in tomorrow are
p to the fore, clearing
y background of more
ild-be track stars who
ntry lists as the 31st
Ten Meet gets under
iston with Michigan
vieing for all time
honors. When these
are tallied tomorrow
only add to the glory
Chuck Hoyt's thin-
brought to Michigan
he past season, add-
'onference title to the
won on the indoor

--I,

is no idle prediction, for i
he Michigan contingent of
tes left for Evanston yes-
they had all the pep and
Lee which, coupled with
are necessary to bring back
They are going to the meet
e dope favoring them to,
Eck the threats of Illinioir,
Ohio State, and Wiscon-
it is going to be no small
;exing enough points to tope
ls which the stars of these'
ons are sure to tally.
Favored to Win.
predictions are that the;
are going to take this title
ss than 45 points, closelyl
by Ohio State and Illinois
for second place with
38 points. Of course this is
a assertion considering the'
opposing stars, but Michi-!
ts like the best balanced
tered in the meet, with en-
every event but the discus,
id high jump. The Maize
ue firsts will come in the
where Eddie Tolan should
a high point total by tak-
rst each in the century and
also in the 440, the two-
d the relay. "If,", ausual,
I turn up, it would be fine
on the outcome, but such
ust don't happen.
ussell, however, is our bet

for the qiarter. if Dale Letts de-
tides to enter the half and the;
mile, as we have decided for him.
Perry Austin, never a certain quan-
tity on the outdoor track, is sched-
uled, from Michigan's point of view,'
at least, to take over the highly
praised Hank Brocksmith of In-
diana in the best two-mile he has
ever run. Russell, Glading, Ekno-
vich, and DeBaker are going to
have to be at their best to cop the
mile relay against such opposition
as the Bucleyes who took the event
over Michigan at the Illinois Re-
lays,' and the fast Northwestern
outfit of baton passers.
Probable winners and Michigan's,
(Continued o Page7)
SIGMA DELTA PSI
TRIALS CONTINUE
Entrants in the spring fraternity
Sigma Delta Psi competition, of
which there are five in number who
qualified, are all working hard for
the coveted trophy which is offered
each year by the, Intramural De-
partment to the fraternity having
passed the greatest number of
events.
Sigma Chi is leading the other
houses with 57 points to their cred-
it, while Theta Chi, who was run-
ner-up in last year 's contest, is
next with 37 points. Alpha Kappa
Lambda, last year's winner, is the
next ranking house with a score of
30 points. Fourth and fifth places
are held respectively by Triangle,
29 points, and Phi Kappa Psi, 17
points.
Before these points can be ac-
credited to the respective fraterni-
ties five men must not only have
passed three events before Christ-
mas, but must now also at least at-
ternpt the remaining ones.
Qnly two more weeks remain in
which participants may pass these
tests which are given on Ferry
Field, near the tennis courts, on
Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday
from 3 to 5:30 p.mi. The leading
score will be a hard one to over-
take but the other houses are still
valiantly trying that feat, A tf'ophy
cup is the award for which these
Gree letter societies are endeavor-
ing.

pionship during the past year.
Individual Winners Included.
pionship team members,tFlo has
also extended his generous offer to
Michigan athletes in track, wrestl-
ing and other sports in which indi-
vidual work counts for a great deal,
who have won individual titles in
Big Ten competition.
Will Give Instructions.
For those who are especially in-
terested in flying, a fifteen minute
period of instruction will be given
free of charge. The championship
teams will each go up on certain
days. The time for each group will
be announced later.
In track and other individual
sports all point winners in cham-
pionship Big Ten meets will be
given an opportunity to avail them-
selves of this exceptional offer to
fly and to learn to operate a plane
themselves.
This offer of Leonard Flo's is the
greatest reward ever to be given to
Michigan's athletic champions by
a local business man. Besides re-
warding those men who have al-
ready brought titles back to Mich-
igan this year it will stimulate a
higher spirit among other red-
blooded athletes who are still striv-
ing for Conference championships.

liINTPi 5IT ILH BASEBALL V 1 $NE LI
the Intiamural baseball lagues
9 a~re as follow : n E
Betas <E, Phi Sigma Kppa 5
A.K.L. 10, Phi L ambda Kappa 1
Phi Kappa Psi 5, Delta Tail
Presbrey and Ka an Unable to Delta 8
Stop Hard Htting Subs Phi Sigma Delta 7, Alpha in Best Individual Card of [
in 6-3 Defeat. Omega 4
___-3 In the first of a three-game I Lose in Morning Round
Lefty Travis set the Varsity base- series now under way to decide
ball team Tdown to a 6 to 3 defea the independent winner, t h Captain Joe Roystpn yesterday
yesterday afternoon on Ferry Field ichianders efeaed e lo led his Maize and Blue Varsity golf
as the Reserves knocked Presbrey 6-1. Batteries for the i;higan- team to an overwhelming 142 tot
out of the box and hit Kaplan free- des Bremal and Fishmfor 3% victory over the University of
ly in the later innings. - Chicago at Olympia Fields in Chi-
The Varsity could not continue cago.
$heir winning s t r e a k for two \TPlaying over the number four
straight days. Travis kept them orcourse, scene of the 1928 Nationale
safe until the sixth inning when Open tournament, the Wolverines
double and three singles resulted. had things their own way over the r
in two runs. In the eight the Wol- entire route, the lone score coming
verines pushed another run across in the morning foursomes when
the plate with a single, steal, andTI'UIV I Lenfesty and Howard, the ranking
Superko's long fly to the outfield. number one Michigan duo, could
Subs Defense Good. Michigan's Varsity tennis team gain only % point while Bohnen
and Prest were annexing the major
Coach Fisher arranged the gamye will entrai tonght for Champaign share of the spoils.
yesterday in an effort to get his where they will meet the Illinois Captain Royston made an inspir-
team in a hitting streak. However, racquet wielders on Saturday. Coach -__
good defensive play by the Re- [ John Johnstone will take seven men. .
serves helped Travis out of holes, on the trip in hopes of returning Semi-Finals Reached '
while he limited the Varsity to to Ann Arbor with another victory.
eight hits. Poor baserunning by The Wolverines to make the jour-
Tompkins when he was caught ney will be Ed Hammer, Colby Competition in the inter-class
between second and third and by Ryan, Fred Brace, Bob Clarke, John soft baseball leagues has advanced,
Superko when he attempted a steal Reindel, Sam Sherman, and Bill to the finals with the playoff of
home and then tried to slide back Ranck. The first six men will carry the two league ties that resultedup
to third as the baseman held the Michigan's hopes in the singles to this week. Drawings have been
ball for him to slide into, cost the matches, while Hammer and Clarke, made for the finals and the semis
Varsity two runs. Ryan and Ranck, and Brace and will be run off next Tuesday while
The Reserves led off with a run Reindel will be the doubles combin- the last round follows on Thursday,
in the first inning and came back ations. 'both at 5:30.
for two more in the second. Pres-
brey was wild and filled the bases Both teams have lost only one ma won the sight to go into the I
with v talks each inning. Kaplan match -this spring and their com- semi-finals by defeating Engineer
came in in the third tinning and mon conqueror was Ohio State. The "B" nine by the overwhelming I
held the Reserves scoreless until Buckeyes defeated both Michigan score of 20 to 0. In the other tied
the seventh. Three men crossed the and Illinois by the same score, 5 to league the Senior Dents (Collins)
plate before the Varsity could re- 4. Because of the increased strength captured the right to continue from
tire the last man in this inning. of their doubles teams the Wolver- the Soph Lits by a closer tally, 5-3.
Will Meet Freshmen. ines are favored to win over the I The other winners of leagues are
The Varsity will meet an improv- Illini. the Frosh Dents (Nott), who are
ed Freshman team this afternoon .paired with the Senior Business
in another practice game. The . Ads in the first round; and the
Freshmen beat the Physical Edu- Ed Hammer in number one posi- Junior Laws (Silber), who tangle,
cation Freshmen Wednesday after- tion will meet Brown. Playing in with the Senior Dents., These four
I noon 2 to 0 with Richards, a new- second position, Colby Ryan will teams will now continue in straight
comer, on the mound. The Fresh- oppose Turner. Captain Brace will elimination play to decide who
men, with the championship from play Captain McElroy of the Illini, gets the trophy award offered by
the Physical Eds, safely under their I and Bob Clarke will match shots the Intramural Department to the
belt, will present a strong outfit with James. John Reindel will meet winning team.
for the Varsity to work on today. Faden, while Sam Sherman in the These nines are well-balanced
Kistort will pitch for the Fresh- number six position will play Tray and the competition will take on a
men. He is a big boy with a fast nor. most Gelous aspect from now on
ball and carries a good hittin- In the doubles imatches lamnier as eacik team realizes that it is al-
percentage with him. His stick- and Clarke will play Topper and most through ncl a defeat now
work in practice games has drawn McElroy. In the second doubles in a rea n'in ef orts. The Law
tic atltcntion of Coach Fisher and Ryan and Ranck will meet Miller team makes no bones about its am-
Coach Qosterban. He was a catcher and Turner, and the combination of bitions to win the cup but they have
but is rapi1ly becoming a first class IBrace and Reindel to are oppose ,a pair of teams to down before they
(Continued on Page 7) O'Shea and Traynor.- can claim that honor.

tes n Assault on Par o Turn
Day; Lenfesty and Howard
Ito Bohnen and Prest.
ing appearance as he blazed a trail
between the numerous trees and
traps scattered over the course to
turn in by far the best individual
performance of the day, a brilliant
75: In the morning foursomes he
paired with Gene Hand to annihi-
late Kline and Littell under an
avalanche of birdies and pars to
the tune of 3-0. And in the after-
noon, at which time he turned in
his spectacular card, he also white-
washed his Maroon opponent.
Lenfesty Gets Revenge.
In the other singles matches,
Lenfesty turned the tables on Boh-
nen, revenging himself in part for
the defeat suffered in the morning,
to garner 2i2 points while the lanky
Bohnen was halving one nine for
the other half point.
Gene Hand, the Bay City youth
who has been cutting a wide swath
in Conference circles since his ad-
dition to the squad, disposed of
Littell 2/ to %, after a slow start
which could only gain him a halve
on the first nine. At the turn, he
suddenly found himself and stag-
gered 'old man Par' repeatedly to
set a pace far to fast for his in-
experienced opponent to cope. with.
Jolly Replaces Howard.
Contrary to his pre-match expec-
tations, Coach Trueblood withdrew
Johnny Howard from the lineup in
the afternoon, placing Jolly in his
stead. The young Upper Peninsula
youth fully justified his coach',
choice by annexing all three ports
of his match with Prest.
After completion of the match,
the Wolverine squad left imiedi-
ately for Urbana, where they are
slated to meet the strong University
of Illinois outfit at the Urba
Country Club on Saturday. A day
of practice in preparation for the
meet is in order, but Coach True-
blood will probably not allow his
men to attempt more than 18 holes.
A win over Illinois would prac-
tically assure the Maize and Slue
of an undefeated dual meet seaso,
since Minnesota, the only remai-
ing team on the schedule is not as
strong as they have been in years
past and are conceded little chance
against the fast moving Wolverines.

. I

GOLFERS VOTING
ON STYMIE RULE
ChICAGO, May 21.-(P)-A vote
is being taken by the Western Golf
association over one of the perplex-
ing problems of the game, the
stymie.
he vote was requested after sev-,
eral members insisted that many
wee in favor of abolishing it in
match play as well as medal,
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
American League
Philadelphia 12, Detroit 5
St. Louis 2, Boston 1
Washington 4, Chicago 2
New York 7, Cleveland 6
National League
No games-rain.

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