THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY, AUGUST'S, .1967
THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, AUGUST ~. 1967
With the form of a Henry Aaron or an Al Kaline, the young batters pictured above hammered out a home run and a double respectively.
The pitcher for the losing team 'threw hard, but'in vain. He had
a rough day on the mound.
Does the fellow pictured above appear somewhat down in the
dumps? Would you be if your team were losing 19-0?
Meanwhile, back in the stands, Prof. Kenneth Boulding (never
far from his books) and his wife, the former Congressional can-
didate, root for their son's team.
The don't count errors in the twelve-year-old league, and maybe it's just as well. Pictured above are two of the many styles of infield
play seen at the game. On the left is the famous "crotch catch," w hile on the right is the less well-known "knock-knee grab."
But when the play becomes fast and furious, sometimes the
miniature major-leaguers come up with the big play, such as the
sparkling backhanded grab pictured above.
The coach gets some help in looking over the lineup. Even more important than winning in the
little league is getting everyone into, the game.
Many moms make it to the little league games. Above, one of the moms checks out a skinned knee
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