second; Lindstrom, '20, third.
nce 42 feet, 3 3-4 inches.
gh jump - Johnson, '20, first;
'21, Later, '20, and Haigh, '19,
for second. Height, 5 feet, 9
440 yard run- Messner, '20, first;
o- Keidanz, '20, second; Burkholder, '21,
s- third. Time, 53 4-5 seconds.
a 220 yard dash- Cook, '20, first;
a Meese, '21, second; Coons, '21, third.
Time, 23 2-5 seconds.
Half mile-Buell, '19, first; Lukins,
rs '21; second; T. Sedgwick, '21, third.
rs Time, 2 minutes, 7 3-5 seconds.
at Discus-Baker, '20, first; Lindstrom,
1- '20, second; Williams, '21; third. Dis-
Y, tance, 124 feet 9 inches.
le Two mile-S. Sedgwick, '19, first;
Lg Schimmel, '21, second. Time, 10 min-
st utes, 16 3-5 seconds.
Broad jump - Johnson, '20, first;
Pentecost, '21, second; Beardsley, '19,
1e third. Distance, 22 feet, 4 inches.
ut Pole vault-Cross, '20, first; Slaugh-
e ter, '21, second; Robertson, '20, third.
d Height, 11 feet.
p, 220 yard low hurdles-Johnson, '20,
;y first; Beardsley, '19, second; Cook, '20,
n third. Time, 26 seconds.
s- Javelin-Baker '20,tfirst; Later, '20,
ofsecond; Haigh, '19, third. Distance,
w 162 feet.
g Hammer throw - Later, '20, first;
t. Haigh, '19, second; Lindstrom, '20,
t- third. Distance, 115 feet.
a Grenade throw-Lindstrom '20, first;
Fortune, '20, second; Haigh, 19, third.
(Special to The Michigan Daily)I
Columbus, 0., May 11.-Rain -today
checked the University of Michigan-1
Ohio State baseball game and tennis
match. Both contests were the first
to be scheduled between the two uni-
versities since Michigan broke from
WOMEN CHOSEN FOR
Women's class baseball teams for
the season have been organized ac-
cording to the following line-ups.
Those on the 1918 team are: Vera
Brown, c.; Olive Wiggins, p.; Beulah
Smith, s.; Ruth MacLachan, 1b; Pau-
line Cohen, 21; Marion Williams, 3b;
Beatrice Fales, 1. f.; Weltha McLach-
lan, c. f.; Clarissa Vyn. 1. f. The subs
are: Margaret Wylie, Irene Layton,
Marion Holden, Ruth Hebblewhite,
and Helen Brown.
The 1919 team is: Lucile Duff, c.;
Emily Loman, p.; Phyllis Eggleston,
s.; Emma Riggs, 1b; Helen Davis,
2b; Ethel Glauz, 3b; Dorothy Sample,
r. f.; Marcia Pinkerton, c. f.; Mary
Morse, lb. The subs are Hazel Beck-
with, Eliza Harris, Margaret Atkin-
son, Helen Tibbals, Laura Schiejplin,
and Carol Wadhams.
On the 1920 team are: Katherine
Loveland, c.; Anna Kirkpatrick, p.;
Florence Field, s.; Laura Peacock, 1b;
Grace Hall, 2b; Constance Hopkins,
3b; Hazel Eichar, r. f.; Elsie Erley,
c. f.;'Dorothy Williams, 1. f. The sec--
ond team is: Bernice Updike, c.; Delcia
Jackson, p.; Ruth Abbott, s.'; Sue Ver-
lenden, 1b; Roberta Dean, 2b; Ione
Brown, 3b; Gladys Burnett, r. f.;
Marjorie VanNorman, c. f.; Jeanette
Sudow, I. f.
The 1921 team is: Helen Delf, c.;
Phyllis Wiley, s.; Margar'et Rottschae-
fer, p.; Alice Hingson, 1b; Alice Beck-
ham, 2b; Cornelia Clark, 3b; Katrina
Schermerhorn, r. f.; Eugene Wart,'
c. f.; Eliza McRobb, 1. f. The subs
are: Esther Anhunt, c.; Quinneth
Summers, p.; Beatrice Beckwith, s.;
Bernice Bush, 1b; Ernestine Hall, 2b;
Alice Hoover, 3b; Martha Seeley, r. f.;
Alice Blair, c. f. ; and Rena Bailey,
Lose all Game
In a game replete with many hum-
orous situations, the Pituitary Dys-
trophies of the soph medic class yes-
terday defeated the Tumor Cachexias
16-15. Dr. H. W. Emerson of the
medical faculty umpired.
The area about third base seemed
to affect the Dystrophies with serious
attacks of osteomalacia, for thc throw-
ing to first was of the type spoken of
in medic circles as cadaveric. The
short-stop particularly was suffering
with a lesion of the frontal lobe, for
he showed lack of judgment in sev-
With a new lineup the Cachexias
plan soon to relieve the areas of cere-
bral congestion and cloudy swelling
evident in the winners. Operations on
acquired hydrocephali are talked of.
Dystrophies-Angel Face Foster, p;
Botulinus Adams, c; Madura Foot
Klumpp, 1b; Papa McCutcheon, 2b;
Staph Cohn, 3b; Butch Andreas, ss;
Russ Finch, lf; Zeb Hart, cf; Good
Cachexias - Strept Mantingh, p;
Rudolph Harryman, c; Slim Waller,
1b; Ike Ireland, 2b; Norm Miller, 3b;
Anemia Becker, ss; Jawn Garvey, If;
Coryza Kaye, cf; Micron Stoller, rf.
WOMEN'S ANNUAL FIELD MEET
SCHEDULED FOR THIS MONTH
Women's annual Field Day meet
which is held on Palmer field, will
take place this year on May 25. It is
then that contestants in the tennis
tournament will play their final round.
A baseball game and archery con-
test will also be included in the pro-
gram. Rewards for athletic points
gained for hikes and various other
athletic acttivities will be given at
Cobb Up to His Old Tricks
For the first time this week Cobb,
broke into the batting averages and is
playing his usual excellent ball. His
average is 362 for eleven games, hav-
ing made 17 hits, of which five were
doubles. He is also stealing bases
as well as. ever, having five so far this
Free Exhibition of the celebrated
Medici Color Prints now on display at
the James Foster House of Art.-Adv.
Tomorrdw afternoon will see the be-
ginning of the company baseball
games as scheduled by Doctor May.
The arrangement is as follows:
The first two companies and the last
two companies of each battalion will
play each other on the days when they
when they regularly have athletic
drill. By the end of the week there
will be but eight companies left in
the championship race. The first hon-
ors in each battalion will be determin-
ed Saturday morning from 10 to 12
o'clock. The regimental chanmpion3
and the brigade winners will be u0-
The baseball teams of the companies
must be on the field sharp at 4 o'clock
on the days on which they play. A
list of the players and their positions
must be in the hands of Doctor May
before the game. These names will
be read just before the games are call-
ed, and no one will be allowed to
play whose name does not appear on
these lists. If it is later found that
any of the men listed are not eligible
to play for the company on whose
team they are playing, the entire team
will be disqualified and will forfeit its
right to compete further.
The contests will only go five in-
nings. This was found necessary be-
cause of the limited playing time.
Headquarters company will play
with the First regiment.
NOTRE DAME SWAMPS AGGIES
IN DUAL TRACK MEET, 84.33
Notre Dame, May 11.-Notre Dame
swamped the Michigan Ag'gies 84 to 33
in a dual track meet here today. Only
in the quarter-mile did the Michigan
team look dangerous when Kurtz and
Stein nosed out Harbert in a close
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