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STARS IN FIRST
DAY OFBIG RACE
RED AND BLUE ALL-AROUND
ATHLETE EASILY WINS
PENTATHLON

What Some Leaders Say

Regent J. E. Beal-"I voted for the return because the alumni
wanted it."
Professor R. W. Aigler, chairman of the board in control of ath-
letics-"I am very happy that the Regents found it possible to adopt
the resolutions of our board. I am confident that it means a grea't
thing for Michigan, athletically."
Director of Athletics Bartelme--"I am very well satisfied. The
competition is extremely desirable. As a matter of fact it would be
the only available field in basketball."
Dr. Reuben Peterson-"I am glad we have gone back. It is the
only logical thing to do. It will help wonderfully in all athletic
branches,"
Professor L. Mi. Gram-"I am very glad to hear of it."
John Hibbard, Chicago alumnus-"I am quite sure the alumni
in the middle west will be well pleased to hear of it."

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Smart of Northwestern Upsets Dope
by Defeating Meanix of
Harvard
Philadelphia, April 27.-Army khaki
and navy blue completely obscured
the usual grey attires that are seen
at college affairs when the big crowds
gathered here today for the 23rd an-
nual Pennsylvania relay carnival.
Berry, the all-around whirlwind ath-
lete, was the individual star of the
first day of the meet. His work in the
various pentathlon events was of the
highest order. Berry is captain of the
University of' Pennsylvania baseball
team and he has been playing short
stop all week, but was .granted a day's
rest yesterday and this afternoon he
donned a track suit with astounding
results. Last fa1 Berry was almost
the unanimous selection for all-Ameri-
can fullback.
Berry Breaks Own Record
Berry won the broad jump, javelin
throw, 200-meter dash, and 1,500-meter
run. In the discus throw he is ranked
as third and his record heave of the
afternoon was barely nine inches be-
hind that of the winner. Perhaps the
most sensational performance accred-
ited to the Pennsylvania marvel dur-
ing his afternoon's work was his time
in the 200-meter dash. Berry was
clocked in 22 2-5, which broke the
former record which he held himself,
by a full second. This time is decid-
edly creditable for a man who is com-
peting in the dash only during an aft-
ernoon, but when the rest of Berry's
endeavor? are taken into consideration
it is little short of marvelous.
Militarism was in the air and in
evidence on every hand. A big per-
centage of the spectators were in army
or navy garb and even the ushers
were attired in sombre olive drab.
Smrt Upsets Dope
One of the srprises of the afternoon
was the defeat of Meanix of Harvard
in the 440-yard hurdles. Smart of
Northwestern nosed out the Crimson
star in .fast time. Overbee of Illinois
set a new record in the hop, step and
jump. when he cleared 48 feet 41-2
inches. This broke the former record
held by Carter of Illinois by nearly
three feet. Landers, a freshmen from
the University of Pennsylvania, was
second and but a few scant inches be-
hind the winner.
TheSummaries
440-yardhhurdles, 10 hurdles, 2 feet
6 'inches high-Smart (Northwestern
university), first; Meanix (Harvard)
second; Wickersham (Pennsylvania),
third Tim e-55 1-5.
Throwing 56-pound weight-White
(Syracuse) and Bla chard (Harvard),
tied for first; Higgins (Chicago),
third. In the toss off, White won.
Distance--31 feet 6inches.
Running hop, step and jump-Over-
bee (Illinois), first; Landers (Penn-
sylvania), second; Ivory (Pennsyl-
yvania), third. Distance-48 feet 4 1-2
inches. New record; old record 45
feet 6 inches.
American college championship
sprint medley relay race-Peunsyl-

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vania, first; Chicago, second; Lafay-
ette,third; Pittsburg, fourth. Timej
-3:34 4-5.
Hammer throw-Bennett (Illinois),
first; Cubbage (Pennsylvania State),
second; White (Syracuse), third;
Sutherland (Pittsburg), fourth. Dis-
tance-141 feet 9 inches. . .
American college championship dis-
tance medley relay race; first man to
run quarter mile, second man half
mile, third man three-quarters of a
mile, and last man a mile-Won by
Chicago; Pennsylvania second. Time
-10:02 9-5.
Pentathlon summaries-Broad jump
-Berry (Pennsylvania), first; Jones
(Penn State), second; Ganzel (Buck-
nell), third. Distance-20 feet '7 3-4
inches.
'Pentathlon, javelin throw-Berry
(Pennsylvania), first; Hoot (Swarth-
more), second; Jones (Penn State),
third; Dambly (Penn State), fourth;
Creighton (Pennsylvania), fifth; Mc-
Carthy (Lehigh), sixth; Ganzel (Buck-
nell), seventh. Distance-157 feet 2
inches.
Pentathlon, 200-meter ,dash-Berry
(Pennsylvania), first; Dambly (Penn
State), second; Hoot (Swarthmore),
third; Jones (Penn State), fourth;
Clayton (Pennsylvania), and Mc-
Carthy (Lehigh), tied for fifth; Gan-
zel (Bucknell), seventh. Time-22 2-5.
New record. (Berry broke his own
record.)
Pentathlon, discus throw-Dambly
(Penn State), first; Hoot (Swarth-
more), second; Berry (Pennsylvania),
third. Distance-109 feet 3 inches.
Pentathlon, 1,500-meter run-Berry
(Pennsylvania), first; Jones (Penn
State), second; Clayton (Pennsyl-
vania), third; Ganzel (Bucknell),
fourth. Time-4:45.
REGENTS FAIL TO ACT ON'
MATTER OF INTERSCHOLASTIC
Executive Committee Will Meet in a
Few Days to Settle Question
Definitely
Considerable mystery has sur-
rounded this year's annual inter-
scholastic track and field meet. The
matter was expected to be cleared up
when the board of regents came to-
gether today, but nothing was done in
regard to it. A meeting of the execu-
tive committee will be called within
the next couple of days, at which time
the whole question may be cleared up,
There hashbeentmuchtspeculation
as to whether the interscholastic
would be held this year or not. At
present the matter is doubtful. Mars
has his grip on the high school athlete
as well as the collegiate.
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REGULARS HAND
REISERVES SHUOTO UT
Contest Held as Preliminary to Bat-
tle Between Varsity and Malt-
by's Aggregation
FRESHMEN TAKE FIELD FOR
SHORT SESSION AFTER GAME

and Dancer rolled out. An error at
hird let in that run. With two men
out Bran got to first on an error by
White who failed to pick up his roller.
Bran went to third on Matty's single,
nd Matty stole second and both run-
ners came in on Horwitz's bingle to
he outfield.
Freshman Have Short Session
After the game the freshmen took
he bases for a short session of in-
ield practice. Gilmartin at first,
Freeman at second, VanBoven at short
and Froemke at third make up a fast
nfield. The lineup for tomorrow's
game is still unannounced. The Var-1
sity will probably take the field with'
Kirchgessner, Cooper, or Parks play-
ng in Guy Reem's place in the out-
field, and the team otherwise intact
as in yesterday's game.
Lineups and summaries:
Varsity-Niemann, rf.; Dancer, 2b.;
Brandell, ss.; Mattson, c.; Horwitz,
3b.; Newell, lb.; Parks, cf.; Knode,
If.; Lush, p.
Reserves-Kirchgessner, ss.; White,
2b.; Haidler, c.; Morrison, rf.; Ohl-
macher, p.; Ruzicka, cf.; King, 3b.;
Garrett, lf.
Summaries
Score by innings:
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Varsity .............2 0 0 0 1 0 3-6
Reserves ...........0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Hits-Off Ohlmacher 8, off Lush 3.
Base on balls-By Ohlmacher 2, by
Lush 1. Two-base hits-Lush. Singles
-Niemann 2, Mattson 2, Lush 2, Ohl-
macher 2, Dancer, Horwitz, Kirchgess-
ner. Struck out-By Lush 4, by Ohl-
madher 1. Passed balls-Mattson. Hit
by pitcher-Horwitz. Stolen bases-
Mattson 2, Dancer. Double plays-
Dancer to Brandell, Dancer to Newell.
Steve "s Proteges
Run Relay Today
Varsity Tracksters to Meet All-Fresh
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seconds, this being his record, and it is
a hard one to beat. Butler has trotted;
over the same course in 50 and 4-5
seconds. This boy also ran away with
things in the quarter-mile at the in-
terscholastics last spring. Hap Har-
dell is not far behind with a record
of 52 4-5 seconds, and will probably
figure on the cast of the Varsity run-
ners.
The match will start promptly at
2:45 o'clock on the track at Ferry field
and will warm up the crowd for the
baseball festivities.
RESUMPTION SOUGHT
Syracuse Athletes Would Have Board
Reconsider Decision
Syracuse, N. Y., April 27.-Resolu-
tions calling upon the athletic gov-
erning board to reconsider the ques-
tion of resuming athletics in so far
as they do not conflict with military
training, and instructing the student
representatives to vote according to
the sentiment, were adopted at the
"Block 'S'" dinner in honor of the
Syracuse varsity athletes.
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Lundgren: May Play Kirchgessner,
Cooper or Parks in Guy
Reem's Place

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In the game yesterday between the
Varsity and Reserve teams the former1
trounced the latter by a 6-0 score inT
seven innings.1
Yesterday's contest was held as a
preliminary to today's scheduled bat-
tle between the Varsity and Maltby's
freshmen, who will mix things at 3
o'clock on the Ferry field diamond.
The freshmen are looking rather good
and should give the Varsity a hard
fight, especially if Coach Lundgren
lends the yearlings one of his pitch-
ers. Glenn will probably work for
the Varsity as Miller and Parks are
both complaining of sore arms and
Lush, Saunders and Ohlmacher are
the men named as possibilities as
moundsmen for Maltby's outfit.
Lush and Ohlmacher faced one an-
other in yesterday's fray with the re-,
sult that Lush with the Varsity be-
hind him came off with the odds in
his favor. The Varsity got to Ohl-.
macher for eight hits, Lush himself
pounding out a double in the last half
of the seventh.
Five Errors Marked Up
Five errors marked the game, one
going against the Varsity and the
other four being awarded to the Re-
serves. The Varsity scored two runs
in the first inning when Bill Niemann
led off with a hit and went to second
on Dancer's single. Both runners
moved up a sack on Captain Brandell's
sacrifice bunt and Mattson cleaned the
bases with a single. Matty was caught
off second by Haidler's peg from home
and Jimmy Newell grounded out.
In the fifth Niemann grounded out
and Dancer got to first when Kirch-
gessner foozled his roller to short and
went to second as White retired Bran
on a ground ball. Matty walked and
then the two base runners proceeded
to tear off a double steal, -rendered
successful by Kirchgessner slipping
and missing a throw by Ohlmacher to
catch Dancer off second. Dancer
reached third and when Matty started
for second supplemented that steal by
sneaking home.
Three more runs were added in the
last half of the seventh, two errors
and timely swattingresulting in the
additional scores. Lush hit and went
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As a preliminary to the first Var-
sity-All-fresh baseball offering of the
season, Coach Farrell's Varsity and
All-fresh one-mile relay squads will
clash this afternoon. Steve was not
certain as to the line-ups for the
match, and the personnel of the con-
testing quartets will remain a secret
until they appear on the track ready
for the fray.
Varsity aspirants for the event have
been cut down to four men, Fontanna,
Huntington, Scofield, Hardell, Carroll,
and Fox, and the freshmen will pro-
bably lineup with the followin: But-
ler, Hunt, Forbes, and Bergazin.
The freshmen have a fast squad, al-
though there is little dope to point
toward a victory for them. Butler is
the fastest man on the squad, and.
should give any man on the Varsity a
pretty race for the money. Fontanna
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