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THlE MICHIGAN IDAILYI
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1 ,rak'crnuill..............1Mann--girig editor
Joseph Jloud~ rd..........i ness M anager
Maurice Toulme................ ews editor
C. Harold Rippler.............Assistant
Karl Matthews......... ....Athletic Editor
G. C. Eldredge............. ... Assistant.
John Townley .........Music and Drama
Harold B. Abbott . ..........Cartoonist
SUNDAY, APRIL 20, 1913.
Night Editor-F. Barnhart Foulk.
Fandom's tendency toward rowdy-
ism met with strong oppositiqln yes-
terday at the Reserve game by means
of organized cheering, but,"neverthe-
less, our old friends, Mr. Player Baiter
and Mr. Umpire Baiter, were not to be
entirely silenced. Why?
It is to be admitted, of course, that
it is the inalienable right of the bleach-
erite of the professional end of the na-
tional game, to tell anyone and every-
one, just how the sport should be han-
dled. If he thinks the umpire missed
the play,' hie so informs him; if a play-
er loses the third swing, he suggests
a shady place on the bench; if the
enemy be assertive he quiets the dis-
cussion with anything' from jeers to
Yet must we pattern after these dis-
pensers of bad English and empty pop-
bottles? We never emulate such mod-
els at football gamnes or track 'meets.
Then, why a~ baseball games?
Let's try the right order of things at
the very next game for the purpose of
seeing if it isn't 'worth while. Let's
keep up the progress which marked
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the heads of the basemen. At any rate
the mixup resolved itself into six rtins
for the Wolverines.
Evans was sent in the eighth, but he
failed to stern the tide. Errors and a
double by Rogers accounted for the
tw~o runs that camne in the eighth'.
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Rally Starts in Sixth.
In the sixth it was Captain Bell wh~o
started the rally which tied the count.
Bell cracked out a ,double, which Sis-
ler followed with a single scoring the
leader. Sisler looked poor on the
paths as he only stole second and
third. The trouble was he had no op-
portunity to steal home while Me-
Queen was fanning and Barnes was
succeeding in 'walking Rogers. :Dun-
canson also prevented Sisler, from
making any more of a show' himself
by scoring him ip. the legitimate man-
ner by means of a single.
Then came' the big seventh. "Chuck"
Webber, sent to right field. by. the
coach, led off by giving a good imita-
tion of Sisler. He hit the ball where
the outfielders were not, and circled
the bags before the ball was brought
back to the ball game. Baker ground-
ed out,, Bell followed with a single
and Sisler with a triple. McQueen
grounded out and Rogers singled. Then
came an error by Sterling, an error by
Price and an error by Bower, mixed
in with a single by Howard. The note-
worthy feature in the Reserve 'blow-up
seemed to be a successful endeavor to
get the ball to the bag just behind the
runner' or to shoot the sphere over
'Totals .. ......36 3 10 24 9 7
HI Ut for Pontius in sixth.
*itfor Quaintanee in sixth.
By innings :
Michigan ......0 10O002;62*1
Hits off' Quaintance 7 in 6 innings,
Baribeau 3 In 3 innings, Barnes 11 in
7 innings, Evans 1 'in 1 inning; two
base hits-Baker, Bell, Rogers; three
base hit-Sisler; home runs-Sisler,
Webber; sacrifice hit-Bower; stolen
bases-Sisler 2, Rogers 2, Duncanson,
Sterling,, Greer 2; left on bases-
Michigan 8, Reserve 10; first base on
errors-Michigan 4, Reserve 4; double
plays-McQueen, Rogers and Baker,
Quaintance, Pontius and Baker; first
base on blls-off Quaintance 3, off
Barnes 1; struck out by Quaintance 5,
Barnes 10, Baribeau 4; hit by pitcher
Rogers and Webber, by, Barnes;
passed ball-Kihoran y.
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Elain Haliday +..................Miss 'Mlahelle Dart
Harold Martin. ........ ....... .Mr. Joseph Neirneyer
'Williani Pierce........... ..Mr.HTarry :B. Jones
Sylvia Martin ..... ,, ......... .Miss Sara Marie
Nina ...... ,..~,,.............. .....Mss Jessie Maker
Gu1lo ........ ............ ... ,....Mr. Raymiond 'Castle
Petro.. ... ........... ......... r. Jack Burton
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Old 'Bill Oliver...... ..... .....Mr. IKent andl Chorus
My Last Sweetheart ...........,...........iss Marie
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The Star .... ..... .............Miss 'Maker
F'lossie DeLong, a chorus fgirl ... ......... .. iss Burton
Percy VeDeVere, a chorus moan . ... ..........~r. Kent
Comedian.. ....... ... .. ................. Mr. Jones
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