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May 11, 1918 - Image 3

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NOMORES PICKED TO
IN INTER-CLASS MEET,

s Wolverine ten-
Ohio State duet
tournament will
e baseball game

FIGHT FOR SECOND PLACE
JUNIORS AND
FROST!

IS

left yesterday morning,
he baseball teams, and ar-
Ohio capital last evening,
et a good rest before the
ay. Little trouble is anti-
[amer and Egbert in beat-
keyes for the second time.
been received from Colum-
)avis, the leader of the
s been playing his best
e season during the past
The form that the big
ayed here, two weeks ago,
it, and with Davis playing
er brand of tennis, Mich-
ave a hard time bringing
a slate.
able that Egbert will op-
hio State leader, for his
e will not give the advan-
vis, that Hamer's surer
irning will. Hamer was
illow's opponent in the
here, and was beaten
ht sets.
work of the Michigan duet
s is of the best, when both
good, while the Buckeye
ak i4 this phase of the
ess the Wolverines fall
standard, this will give
ne match, while Hamer
ble to beat Wirthwein in
singles. The Davis-Eg-
hould be very close, and it
that the outcome will be
after three sets of hard

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The class and Varsity athletes tool(
their last workout yesterday under

as to wheth-
>ppose Davis.
went regard-
ems probable
will be in
this after-
most likely
one of two

Coach Farrell, in preparation for the
inter-class t'ack and field meet to
be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
at Ferry field.
The sophomores are the favorites
for first honors over the juniors and
freshmen. Johnson is counted on by
the second year men to take three or
four first places. The race for sec-
ond place is more likely to be closer
than that for first. The juniors have
a bunch of good athletes representing
them, but this advantage is somewhat
offset by the larger number that the
freshmen have entered: Seniors are
considered out of the running because
they have only two or three men in
the meet.
In the 100 yard dash, Johnson is
expected to cop the honors from the
rest of the field, with Cook, Bulger,
Meese, and Keidanz showing up well
for the other places. Johnson is en-
tered in the 220 yard dash, but it is not
likely that he will run both the cen-
tury and the longer distance. Cook
ought to breast the tape ahead of the
other entries in this event.
Quarter Should Be Close
The fight in the 440 yard run should
be between Messner, the Varsity
quarter miler, Keidanz, and Petty, a
1921 man. Messner has been Steve's
pick to run the 440 yard run since
Forbes left school, while Keidanz won
the quarter mile in the company meet
held last winter, and Petty has been
showing up well in the workouts since
the squad went outdoors.
Buell, Larson, and Donovan, appear
to be the most likely contenders in the
half mile. Captain Donnelly seems to
be the seniors best bet for five points.
Red is rapidly getting back into his
old form in the mile, and unless the
unexpected happens ought to be the
winner in the event. Red's teammate,
Sedgwick, should have little difficulty
in copping the two mile as Sedge is a
cross country runner and is able to
stand the long grind..
Broad Jump to Johnson
The broad jump is conceded to
Johnson With Knapp for second place,
and Baker is the probable victor in
the javelin throw. Johnson is also
sure to run away with the honors in
the high and low hurdles, and Beards-
ley should follow the Varsity star to
the tape.
Cross, Slaughter, and Robertson,
make a hard combination to pick from,
but judging from the past perform-
ances of the men, Slaughter with 12
feet to his credit, has the edge in the
pole valut. Williams beat out Baker
in the indoor class meet, but Baker
has shown a lot of improvement in
hurling the shot, and there is a pos-
sibility of the Varsity athlete being
returned the winner over the yearling.
Lindstrom and Baker should battle
for first place in the discus, while
Later has thrown the hammer the
longest distance in practice.
Haigh and Johnson are sure to fin-
ish in the one and two order, and Later
and Hobi look the best for third place.
The grenade throwing contest will not
be a team event, as the athletes have
not been, at it long enough to pick
the different class teams. Haigh,
Goodsell, and Lindstrom appeared to
good advantage in the practice ses-
sions this week.
Entries:

mel, Earley, Harris.
Two mile-S. Sedgwick, Schimmel,,,
Senias.
Broad jump-Lindstrom, Beardsley,
Johnson, Knapp, Pentecost.
Javelin-Williams, Lindstrom, Later,
Haigh, Baker.
Hand grenade throw - Williams,
Lindstrom, Slaughter, Later, Haigh,
Cress, E. Cress, Goodsell, Fortune,
McClintock.
120-yard high hurdles-Beardsley,
Johnson, Gamble, Haigh.
220-yard low hurdles--Cook, Beard-
sley, Johnson, Gamble, Haigh.
Pole vault - Slaughter, Cross,
Robertson, Pipe.
Shot put - Williams, Lindstrom,
Cook, Baker, Belknap, Goodsell, For-
tune.
Discuss throw-Lindstrom, Baker,
Belknap, Haigh, Messner, Goodsell,
Williams.
Hammer throw-Lindstrom, Lat.er,
Belknap, Haigh, Goodsell.
High jump-Haigh, Hobi, Smith,
Later, Johnson, Parce, Pentecost.
Officials:
Starter and Referee-Steve Farrell.
Track judges - Carver, Dudley,
Mitchell.
Timers-Doctor May, Prof. Hol-
brook.
Field judges-Emery, Goetz, Boyd,
Assistant clerks-Mess, Schafer,
Popp, Parsons.
Scorers--Oren, Schimmel.
Free Exhibition of the celebrated
Medici Color Prints now on display at
the James Foster House of Art.--Adv

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and Phenny, Mitchell's
ged, second baseman, each
off the lot for three bases.
who has been playing left
larly on the first year team,
s last game yesterday. He
nday for the R. O. T. C. at

Cohn, one of Yost's stars played
short stop for the pick-up team, and
was the star fielder of the bunch. Doc
Emery in the outfield made several
good catches. Bornstein caught for
the all-stars.
The position vacated by McGowan
will be filled by either Johnston or
Taggert. Both of these men are pretty
good fielders, and the one that hits
the ball the hardest will get the job.
Kimball, Haley, and Jewell, did the
hurling for the freshmen, and kept
their opponents from' scoring. Kim-
ball looked better than he has any-
time during the"season. Jewell work-
ed well, but was a little wild. He was
never in danger, however, from the
opposing team. The final score was
4 to 0.
Larry Greb Meets Al McCoy
Cincinnati, May 9.-Harry Greb, the
Pittsburg middleweight, and Al Mc-
Coy will meet in the wind-up of a
boxing show here Monday night, May

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100-yard dash - Cameron, Meese,
Cook, Losch, Swift, Coon, Keidanz,
Smith, Johnson, LaMont, Bulger.
220-yard dash-Cook, Meese, Losch,
Swift, Johnson, Keidanz, Smith, Coon,
Cameron, Bulger, LaMont.
440-yard run-Houghton, Burkhold-
er, Petty, Messner, Keidanz, Pabst, T.
Sedgwick, Haigh.
880-yard run-Buell, Lukins, Lar-
son, Langley, Shaw, T. Sedgwick,
Donovan, Messner, Gamble.
One mile-Donnelly, Garle, Schim-

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