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uted to the Purple and Gold score
by juggling Frayne's hit and allow-
ing Barrett to romp home. Miles
pounded one out to Kipke in deep'
center, Lewis scoring on the throw
in. Bakke singled safely for the first
hit of the game and Klein's peg hit
the runner at first and rolled to the
bleachers. Gardner and Frayne trav-
elled home on the play. The circus
ended when Utz caught Walby's lin-
Michigan also had her scoring fest
in the first frame, but it was cut
somewhat shorter than the western-
er's inning. Uteritz singled safely to
left, and Kipke watched a wide one
go by only to hear the umpir-e call it
a third strike. Ash hit safely'to left,
advancing Uteritz, and the bags were
filled when Shackleford rolled a slow;
olie to second and was safe. Van'
Boven got on when Iewis held his'
grounder and let Uteritz come home.
Paper's sacrifice to Frayne allowed
Ash to score, and the inning ended
when Gardner made a pretty catch of
Blott's high fly.
This was the end of the Wolverine
scoring and after the first frame no
Michigan man threatened to cross the
plate. Harper, Washington twirler,
although he allowed seven hits, kept
them well scattered, a and after the
first was never in a bad 'position.
Meanwhile the Pacific coast team
drove in more counters. Two were
scored in the third when Gardner hit
a fluke trying to dodge and Paper
threw bad to Shackleford, who later
stilmbled trying to get Frayne's fly.
Stryker went in the box for Michigan'
after Bakke hit and Miles was called
out 'for interferring. A wild pitch
which hit the plate allowed Frayne to
score. Two walks, a hit and a sac-
rifice scored one for Washington in
The sixth also was disastrous for
Michigan when hits by Lewis and
Gardner, a fumble by Shackleford, a
hit by Lever, a sacrifice by Miles and
i bingle by Bakke caused two coun-
ters. The eighth brought Washington
its final tally. In this inning Gardner
hit safely and Lever walked. Miles
sacrificed and Bakke's bingle to cen-
ter scored Gardner.
There's a thrill in seeing the em-
blem of Mtchigan fastened in the la-
pel of a fellow worker out in the
World. Wear your alumni buttons,
graduates, so" that Michigan men may
always know and help one another.
Don't forget to come back next
"Michigan's Favorite College Songs"
-Don't go home without a copy.
Dancing at Jim Burke's Pavilion,
Whitmore Lake, Wednesday, Friday,
ind Saturday nights.-Adv.
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the N. C. A. A. record by 13 inches
and failing but 1 inch of tying the
Mile-Won by Enck, Penn State;
Robbins, Wabash, second; Brandes,
Hamline, third; Schneider, Wiscon-
sin, fourth;' Gross,*eMinnesota, fifth;
Telford, Northwestern, six4.h. Time
COLLEEN MOORE in " THE NINETY AND NINE "
LON OHANEY in "A BLIND BARGAIN"'
TODAY and TMOR
NORMA TALMADGE and THOMAS MEIGHAN in
THE PROBATION WIFE"
Shot Put-Won by Anderson, S.
California; Beers, Maryland, second;
Keen, Texas A & M, third; Arthur,
Standford, fifth; Gross, Minnesota,
fifth; Seager, Detroit Junior, sixth.
Distance 46 feet 8 inches.
440 yard run-Won by Cochran,
Mississippi A & M; Smith, Mich. W.
State Normal, second; Sweet, Illinfois,
third; Fitch, Illinois, fourth; William-
son, Stanford, fifth; Marthe, S. Cali-
fornia,'sixth. Time: 49 1-5.
100 yard dash-Won by Clarke,
Johns Hopkins; Tykle, Purdue, sec-
ond; Wittman, Michigan, third;
Brookins, Iowa, fourth; Anderwert,
Washington- ;t. Louis, fifth; Camp-
bell, Stanford, sixth. Time: 09 9-10.
120 high hurdles-Won by Riley,
Kansas Aggies; Leistner, Stanford,
second; Taylor, Grinnell, third;
Johnson, Illinois, fourtbh; Hubbard,
Michigan, fifth; Brickman, Chicago,
sixth. Time: 15 1-5.
Running High Jump-Won by Poor,
Kansas; Smith, Michigan, Weeks,
Notre Dame, Wetherdon, New York,
MacEliven, Michigan, Dick, Chicago,
tied for second. Heighth: 6 feet 1
220 yard dash-Won by Wilson,
Iowa; Clarke, Johns Hopkins, sec-
ond; Erwin, Kansas Aggies, third;
Anderwirt, Washington, fourth; Witt-
man, Michigan, fifth; Feibiling, Wes-
leyan, sixth. Time: 21 1-10.
Half Mile-Won by Helfrich, Penn
State; Hattendorf, Michigan, second;
Emck, Penn State, third; Reese, Tex-
as, fourth; Morrow, Iowa, fifth; Rein-
ke, Michigan, sixth. Time: 1:56 5-
10. New N. C. A. A. record.
Discus-Won by Liez, Notre Dame;
Gatthell, Mississippi A & M, second;
Arthur Stanford, third; Anderson, S.
California, fourth; Groff, Minnesota,
fifth; Frieda, Chicago, sixth. Distance
143 feet 4 inches.
220 Low Hurdles-Won by Brook-
ins, Iowa; Taylor,, Grinnell, second;
0. Anderson, S. Calfornia, third;
Leiftner, Sianford, fourth; Frazier,
Taylor, fifth; Riley, Kansas Aggies,
sixth. ' Time: 23 6-10. New record-
Broad Jump-Won by Hubbard,
Michigan; Van Orsdale, Wabash, sec-
ond; Perry, Indiana, third; F. John-
son, Illinois and 0. Anderson, S. Cal-
ifornia, fourth; Callison, Washington,
sixth. Distance: 25 feet 2 inches.
New N. C. A. A. record.
Pole Vault-Brooker, Michigan, and
McKowan, Kansas State Teachers,
tied for first; Rogers, Kansas, Ham-
mann, Wisconsin, Kirkpatrick, Chi-
of standard makes sold, rente
exchanged, bought, cleaned ar
Brooker and Hubbard who set new
marks at the National Collegiate Ath-
letic Association track and field meet
at Chicago Saturday and thus put
themselves in 'the athletic hall of
Brooker's vault of 13 feet, although
he shared honors, set a new mark for
the association meets.
Hubbard, who travelled over 25
feet 2 inches of ground in the broad
jump bettered the existing mark' by
13, inches and came 'within a bare
inch of hanging up a world's rec-
L. C. Smith............$30
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cago Y., and Mason, Wisconsin, tied
for third. 13 feet.
Javelin ThrowWon by Freida'
Chicago; Preister, Mississippi A &
M., second; Welchel, Georgia Tech,
third; Schjoll, Minnesota, fourth;
Hartley, Nebraska, fifth; Fehildaur,
Illinois, sixth. Distance 193 feet 6
Hammer Throw-Won by Tootel,
Bowdoin; Hill, Illinois, second;
Hindes, Michigan, third; Ludek,
Stanford, fourth; Smith, Michigan,
fifth; Calm, Penn State, sixth. Dis-
tance:.175 feet 1 inch.
Two Mile Run-Won by Booth,
Johns Hopkins; Scrippen, North-
western, second; Isbell, Michigan,
third; Bourke, Chicago, fourth;
Phelps, Iowa, fifth; Tschaudy, Wis-
consin,,sixth. Time: 9:32"2-10.
The old story about the rolling
stone strikes home in regard to
choosing a job. Look around and find
a position in which you'll last, before
you sign up.
Congratulation, '23, and Best O'
Michigan banners, blankets, pen-
nants and pillows at Wahr's Univer-
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Chuck Merkel, conference singles',
champion, will represent Michigan in
the national intercollegiate matches
at the Meriam Cricket club, Philadel-
phia, June 29 and 30.
What chance 'Markel has of win-
ning is problematical because of the
class of the East, Middle West and
Far West entered in this tournament,
which is expected to be one of the
best of its kind ever held . Neer and
Davies, the Californiad star, Lucien
Williams, last year's champ, and Ar-
nold Jones, national junior champion,
are a few of the celebrities who will
Merkel will play only in the singles.
No doubles' team will be entered
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"Listen, Mac! You ought to have seen that ninth inning!
gasping yet -can't get my breath! 'Bat' Shugrue's turn to bat,
him not in the game! How that mob yelled! - and finally out co'"
good old 'Bat' himself. Takes two called strikes - and three
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