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THE MICHIGAN DAiLY

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Name. AB. Hits P.C.
Scheidler...........1 1 1.000
Mraz ............32 12 .375
Knode............24 8 .333
Morrison...... ...15 5 .333
Ohlmacher.........28 8 .286
Cooper........33 8 .242
Genebach..........19 4 .222

Bowerman...........4
Gilmartin..........20
Garrett............31
Adams............37
Ruzicka ...........8
Saunders ...........3
Langenhan.........12
Glenn ...............16

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WOLVERINE TENNIS 0TMENCTA
11-O E; 1EDIR ECTLY TO MADISON
TO MEET WISCONSIN
TOMORROW

t Defeat. Iowa
i Standing With
Illinois

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MAY HURL IF
E IS NOT WELL

TRACK MEN IN GOO
CONDITION FOR MEET

May be Shifted Considerable
From One That Started
Against J. A. C.
igan and Iowa meet tomorrow
>on on Ferry Field in what
e the crucial game of the Con-
e race as far as Michigan is con-
Iowans, who have lost but one
and that to Illinois, are stand-
the lead with Illinois and Mich-
Illinois has dropped one con-
nd the Wolverines were de-
by Chicago. Michigan must de-
e Iowans to be on even stand-
th Illinois when that aggrega-
ts camp Monday.
imilton Remarkable Hurler
ilton, Iowa's star pitcher, will
the mound for the far wester-
Hamilton so far this season has
I some remarkable ball and the
ines will be looking over bet-
rling-dhan they have seen so
ust who will be on the mound
higan depends upon the condi-
Ruzicka and the coach will not
until tomorrow whether Ruzy

JO\SON SCHEDULED TO
FIRST IN FOUR OR
FIVE EVENTS

TAKE

The Michigan track team finished
preparations for tomorrow's meet
with Notre Dame with yesterday's
workout. All the athletes appear to
be in fine condition with the excep-
tion of Haigh, who has been bothered
for several weeks with boils.
The Wolverines will go into the
struggle tomorrow a slight favorite
over the Catholics, due to their over-
whelming victory in defeating the
team from South Bend last March in
an indoor meet. Since then the Maize
and Blue squad has lose three of its
stars, and Coach Rockne's men have
the added advantage of making points
in the events which have been placed
on the list for outdoor meets.
Johnson Should Win Five Firsts
Johnson ought to dome through
with four or five firsts, *While Baker,
Captain Captain Donnelly, Sedgwick,
Cook, Haiga, Messner, and Latir, are
depended upon to make additions to
the Michigan total. Baker should
beat out Gilfallen, if he can throw the
lead- pellet as far as he did in last
Saturday's inter-class meet.
In the mile Captain Donnelly will
have to be at hiy.-best to finish ahead
of Call, the Catholic's star distance
runner. Call defeated the Wolverine
captain at Notre Dame, and this will
be Donnelly's last opportunity to even,
up the score. Call is also a half miler,l
and with Michigan being weak in thist
event, he should have little difficulty
in copping.

RUZICKA HOPES TO GET
FlINTO SATURDAY'S GAME
KNEE SWOLLEN BUT NOT PAINFUL,
MAY LEAVE HOSPITAL
TODAY
Ed Ruzicka, '20, Varsity pitcher,
who was injured while trying to stop
excessive hazing on Wednesday night,
is still in the University hospital.
when seen last night, Ruzy was resting
quite comfortably but he was still
confined to his bed with ice-packs on
his right knee.
The knee is not swollen but is so
painful that he cannot stand on it'
with comfort. The two cuts at the
base of his right thumb are healing
rapidly and Ruzy says if they can
only tape the knee tight enough he
will try to persuade the coach to let
him go in the box Saturday.
Discharged Today
The physician in charge expects to
discharge him from the hospital to-
day but the verdict has not been given
by him as yet as to whether or not
he will be permitted to play. The
pitcher is anxious to get in Saturday's
game and will exert every effort to do
so.
Glenn's Arm Better
Bob Glenn, Varsity captain, returned
yesterday from a trip to Bonesetter
Reese's home and the chances for his
working soon are slim. He was told
that a tendon had slipped out of place.
The tendon was put back and he was
advised to go easy on t#e arm for
some time. He may be able to play
within a week or so but he may not
be able to let himself out any more
this season.
Ruzicka has the build of an iron
man and were he not in the condition
that the unfortunate incident on Wed-
nesday night placed him, he could
bear the heavy burden that Glenn's en-
forcedabsence will place on the other
pitchers.
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I lamer and Egbert of the Michi-
gan tennis team left at 10:40 last
night for Chicago where they will
play this afternoon. This evening
they .will procede to Madison where
they meet the Wisconsin university
team tomorrow.
The Wolverines' chances against
the Maroons depend largely on their
playing in the doubles. In the tour-
nament here, between the teams
from the two colleges, two weeks
ago, Egbert weaken before the vol-
leying of the Windy City men, los-
ing the doubles in straight sets.
The kind of game put up by the
Wolverines against the Ohio State team
during the first tournament of the
season in the four man match was
a wirlwind. If Egbert and Hammer
display this form again, the tables
will, without doubt, be turned on
Chicago.
In the singles it is likely that Nath
will win his match. The big Ma-
roon is one of the best players in the
Conference, and has good driving
ability, is steady, and- has staying
power. Michigan should repeat in
the other singles, which with the
doubles will give them the tourna-
ment and an even break with Chi-
cago.
Little is known of the Wisconsin
team except that they were beaten
two to one, by Chicago last week.
The surprising thing about the tour-
nament was that the Badgers won
the doubles and lost both singles.
The Maroons looked their strongest
in the four man game, when here
and rather weak particularly in one
single.
All of the sets of the two single
matches went to deuce, which indi-
cates that Chacago was foaced to
her limit to win the tournament
Under the circumstances, it seems
that if Egbert and Hamer beat

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still in bad shape to-1
gan will use Saunders
tain Glenn, though ex-
back in shape in less
can not possibly pitch
Scheidler is the only
ddition to these three
ibly take- the mound.
doubtless get the call
adliners are out of it,
ed plenty of skill Wed-

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has the experience of
le behind him and also
the victory gave him.
sessions Wednesday
t feel any too comfor
were on bases but his
der fire and he faced
a veteran toward the
. Lundgren was par-
d with Dutch's work
't pass a single Aggie

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vork of Tom Adams in Wednes-
ame classes him as the best:
tseman that has worked on
field this year. Despite the
t he is not hitting at all, Adams
> receive recognition because of
ity around the bag. His work
nd balls and wild throws aga-
A. C. was sensational.
Lineup Undecided
. Lundgren will not decide on
up until this afternoon and it
ble that some more shifts will
before the Iowa game. Iowa's
as announced yesterday:
ss; Kremer, 2b; Brown, lf;
n, p; Parrett, rf; Olson, 1b;
3; Belding, cf; Frank, c.
Egan will umpire.

+RDAY' S

GAMESI

American League
on, 7; Detroit, 2.
York, 1; St. Louis, 0.
ago, 4; Washington. 2;

Entire List
100-yard dash; Notre Dame-Mulli-
gan, Patterson, M'Ginnis, and Gilfal-
Ian;.Michigan-Cook, Johnson, and
Smith.
One mile run; Notre Dame-Call,
Sweeney, Von Wonterghen, and O'-
Connor; Michigan--Donnelly, Sedge-
wick; Earley, and Buell.
120-yard high hurdles;Notre Dame -
Gilfallan, and Hayes; Michigan--
Johnson and Beardsley.
440-yard dash Notre Dame-Harbert,
Insley, Call, and Mulligan; Michigan--
Messner, Langley, Haigh, and Smith.
220-yard dash; Notre Dame-Mulli-
gan, Patterson, M'Ginnis, and Gilfal-
lan; Michigan-Cook, Smith, Messner,
Cross, and Haigh.
Two mile run; Notre Dame-Call,
Sweeney, Von Wonterghem, Herbert,
and O'Connor; Michigan-Sedgwick,
Donnelly, and Earley.
220-yard low hurdles; Notre Dame--
Gilfallan and Hayes; Michigan-
Johnson, Beardsley and Cook.
Half mile; Notre Dame-Call, Har-
bert, Sweeney, Von Wonterghem, and
O'Connor; Michigan-Buell, Donnelly,
Larson, Langley, and Sedgwick.
Shot put; Notre -Dame-Gilfallan,
Miller, Philbin, Holton, and Smith;
Michigan-Baker, Belknap, Lindstrom,
and Goodsell.
Hammer throw; Notre Dame-Hol-
ton, Smith, and Gilfallan; Michigan-
Later, Haigh, Lindstrom, Belknap,
Haigh, and Goodsell.
Pole vault; Notre Dame-Rademach-
er, Powers, and Patterson; Michigan-
Cross, Beardsley, Haigh, and Messuer.
High jump; Notre Dame-Gilfallan,
O'Shea, and Miller; Michigan-John-
son, Later, and Haigh.
Broad jump; Notre Dame-Gilfallan,
Miller, M'Ginnis, Powers, and Hayes;
Michigan-Knapp, Johnson, Beardsley,
and Fortune.
Javelin; Notre Dame-Hayes, M'-
Grain, Gilfallan, and M'Ginnis; Mich-
igan-Baker, Later, Lindstrom, Haigh,
and Belknap.
Lunatic Commits Suicide
Growing despondent over his ill
health, John Lesezeymasski, an in-
mate of the medical ward of the Uni-
versity hospital for the last two
months, committed suicide at an early
hour yesterday morning.
He left the hospital about 8 o'clock
Wednesday evening. A search was
made. for him by the police, but they
were unable to locate him. At 6:20
o'clock yesterday morning his dead
body was found-hanging from a tree
in the vicinity of the hospital.
The authorities have been unable to
locate any friends or relatives of the-

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Cincinnati, 3; New York, 0.
St. Louis, 2; Boston, 1.
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ENTRIES CLOSE
Today is the last day for entries
in the inter-class tennis tourna-
ment to be held next week. All
those who desire to play must put
in an appearance on the varsity
courts this afternoon.
Many have already signified
their intentions of trying for the,
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