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May 15, 1918 - Image 3

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ILAU I UIflftL bWILL
SHAW MICHIGAN'S POWERI

Arrangements are all made for the
inter-class tennis tournament to
held on the Ferry field courts next
ek. All who desire to enter, must put
an appearance on the ' Varsity
irts, today, tomorrow, or Friday.
The varsity has been using the good
ather of the past few days to ad-
ntage in getting in some good prac-
e for the matches to be played at
icago and Madison. These will be the
al tournaments before the inter-
legiate matches to be held in the
ndy City the end of the coming
ek.
['he chances of the Wolverines
ainst the Maroons and Wisconsin
good but they will have to play
top form. The Badger-Chicago
rnament held last Saturday in
icago seemed to indicate that the
o duets were closely matched.
'hicago lost their doubles to Wis-
sin in straight sets 6-4 and 6.-2
ich proves that Michigan has lit-
chance in this match particularly
inst the Badgers. They will have
play stronglyr in the singles and
h Egbert in good form they stand
ood chance to take both of these.
hnson Entered
For Five Events
vith only three more days of prac-
e left before the dual meet with
:re Dame, the Varsity track squad
k advantage of the warm weather
terday afternoon, and worked hard
get into condition for the struggle
h the Catholics.
'he contest Saturday will give the
opus followers of track an oppor-
ity to see two of the best all round
letes now in inter-collegiate com-
ition. Johnsom and Gilfallen will
itinue their battle, begun last win-
whetn the Wolverines trounced the
n from South Bend bysa large
ire. At that time Johnson. had
;htly the best of the argument,
eating the Hoosier star in the hur-
S, and winning several more points
Steve.
oth of the athletes will be entered
at least four events, and it is pro-
le that 'each will compete more.
nson is scheduled to start in the
h jump, broad jump, low hurdles,
h hurdles, and possibly the 100
d dash. Gilfallen will be entered
the .hammer throw, shot put, high
dies, low hurdles, broad jump, and
ris.

CONFERENCE TITLE
WON OR LOST IN
WEEK

MAY BE
COMING

Conference Baseball Standings
Team Won. Lost. P'ctg.

Michigan............3
Illinois..............3
Iowa..............2
Wisconsin .............1
Chicago ...............2
Purdue .............. 1
Ohio State ............0
Indiana ....... ... .0

1
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1
2
2
1
3

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Something is bound to happen to
the standings of the conference base-
ball' teams in the next week. With
Iowa here Saturday, Illinois here Mon-
day, and Illinois at Chicago Saturday,
three of the accepted leaders of the
Big Ten are going to show what they
can do against opposition equal to
their own.
- Wisconsin Meets Illinois
Wisconsinrmeets Illinois ats Urbana
today and critics, who~ have said that
the Badger team is out of the race
will have their opinion verified to a
great extent or destroyed. At the be-
ginning of the season dopesters gave
Illinois, Michigan, Iowa, and Chicago
,, chance at the title. Events have
so far have proved that they knew
what they were talking about. The
point will be reached during the com-
ing week end where all four cannot
win for the laws of baseball decree"
that two teams playing together can-
not both be victors.
eral inability to find the plate at the
critical moment. Otherwise the Corn.
State team has had things her own
way. If Michigan wins from Illiois
she can afford to lose the Iowa game,
providing that she does not get the
habit of taking the small end of the
score. The safety first plan for the
Maise and Blue is to win both games.
Such a phenomenon will give Lund-
gren's crew an edge over the other
best bets for the conference title. In
the meantime the rooters can only
sit tight and hope.

FRESHMEN DISPLAY
BETTER BASEBALL
Karpus and Pheney starred last
evening when the freshmen baseball
team played the Varsity on Ferry field.
The yearlings put up the best brand
of ball that they have displayed so
far this season and only the weaken-
ing of Jewell, the little southpaw
pitcher in the sixth allowed Lund-
gren's clan to come out on the long
end of the score.
Jewell pitched airtight ball at the
start of the game and lived up to his
preseason promise. A combination of
errors and hits, however, caused him
to weaken before the end of the game
and before he came back to earth
again the Varsity had put across
enough runs to take the game 5 to 1.
The second team of the freshmen
were given bunting and fielding prac-
tice by Coach Mitchell and displayed
some good work in this department of
hitting.
INTER-COMPANY COMPETITION
TO REACH CLIMAX JUNE 1
Inter-company athletic competitioni
will reach the climax of the year in
the outdoor track meet to be held
either June 1 or June 8. Dr. George
A May, who is in charge of the affair,
has arranged to have 13 events, em-
bracing all the usual track and field
events together with a relief race and
a grenade throwing contest.
The list of events follows:
100 yard dash; 220 yard dash;
440 yard dash; 880 yard run;
mile run; 220 yard low
hurdles; high ump; broad jump;
16-lb. shot put; half mile relay (four
men running 220 yards a piece); re-
lief race; and grenade throwing.
The relief is a contest in which two
men start out, one carrying the other

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chery will hold a prominent place
he program of the Athletic Field
May 25. Miss Marion Wood, in-
ctor in Women's physical educa-
wishes that all those who contes-
in archery in former years, enter
tournament this year. Girls tak-
this sport for required work and
upperclassmen wishing to enter
asked to try out. Practice will be
every day next week except Wed-
.ay. The best archers will con-
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Illinois Depends On Klein
inois bases many of her chances
he work of her box artist Klein
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er. Terhune Chicago's best heaver
only able to hold Wisconsin to
runs while he forced Michigan to
atisfied with three. Giving the
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ibility of having' a bad day, they
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1 inches," returned Cappie.
ump, won by Gilfallen, Notre
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Steve

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I use him only in the sprints and
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