THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Varsity Baseball Season Is Ended
This Afternoon on Ferry
PARKS AND RYAN TO START
AS THE OPPOSING PITCHERS
Following eight consecutive Confer-
ence victories, and with but a single
defeat during the entire season, Coach
Lundgren's squad of baseball artists,
will for the final windup of the sea-
son meet the Illinois nine, at 3 o'clock
this afternoon on Ferry field.
With a 1000 per cent record upon
which to claim the title of the Big
Ten, the Wolverines will go into the
contest this afternoon, coming out the
victors of the season, even if the vis-
itors will' be able to run away with
the long end of the score. No team
in the Conference . can defeat the
Michigan chances for the champion-
ship this season.
Big Crowd Expected
Expecting one of the biggest crowds
of the season, to attend the final con-
test of the year, the coach has prim-
ed his men to the point where their
exhibition this "afternoon should give
the followers of the Maize and Blue
just cause to be proud of the team.
Three Illini Pitchers
All three of the Illini hurlers were
brought with the squad in anticipa-
tion of a hot contest today. Every
effort, according to Catpain Doss, will
be made to make it a victory for the
"We have nothing to lose and every-
thing to win," is the way Doss charac-
terized the battle of this afternoon,
"and we're going to show Michigan
a real battle."
In anticipation of this, the one re-
maining pitcher of the squad whom
the Wolverinesrhavetnotuasyet met,
will be the probable hurler to start
the contest for the visitors today. Ryan
is the likely candidate for 'the box.
. Parks to Start
Parks once more will be pitted
against the Illini squad, and will be
given another opportunity to down
the Champaign team.
With a victory of 16-2 over the
Purdue nine, won Thursday, on Pur-
due's own diamond, the Illinois team
has had its confidence in itself boost-
ed to a degree where they are deter-
mined to take the final contest. They
will, from all indications, give the
Maize and Blue team a much harder
battle than the one played on their
The largest crowd of the season is
expected to watch the battle of the
afternoon. Michigan's band will ap-
pear in full force for the occasion.
THIRTEEN EVENTS ON
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Michigan's annual 1919 regatta will
be held at 10 o'clock this morning at
the municipal bath beach on the Hu-
Coach ElmerDrulard is looking for
ward to a most interesting exhibi-
tion of aquatic talent. This year he
has tried to put this event, which used
to occupy such an importatn position
in the round of athletic events in the
University; back in its former posi-
tion. For the last two ,years the en-
thusiasm for the regatta has waned
and in 1918 on account of conditions
resulting from the war, the regatta
was cancelled absolutely.
Start at Ten
The officials plan on starting the
events sharply at 10 o'clock and are
especially desirous of having the con-
testants take pains in getting into
readinesstbefore that time.
There are to be six canoe and seven
swimming events, the latter to in-
clude the fancy diving which will take
place from the high board in the mid-
dle of the river.
200 Yard Relay
One event which is expected to at-
tract a considerable amount of in-
terest is the 200 yard relay between
the junior and freshman teams. The
first year men are anxious to secure
revenge for the aggravating defeat
that was meted out to them at the
hands of the class of '20, last month.
It was in that meet that the yearl-
ings lost by a foot in a hard fought
80 yard relay at the Y. M. C. A. popl.
The entry list will be open until
10 o'clock Saturday. Mr. Westerman
of the Y. M. C. A. has consented to
officiate as starter and clerk of the
course, while Coach Drulard will be
the judge of the divings stunts
As a precautionary measure, a canoe
will accompany each contestant in the
half mile swim.
Events and Entries
The following are the events in
their order with a partial list of en-
10 o'clock-100 yard double canoe
race, 200 yard relay swim; juniors,
Dinwiddie, Wilson, Drulard, Mirrie-
lees;.Freshmen-Sisler, Babcock, Stek-
etee, Gilmore, Joyce.
10:15 o'clok-100 yard wale race,
50 yard back stroke; Babcock, Loeb,
Wilson, Joyce, Lervy.
10:30 o'clock-100 yard "in and
out" canoe race. 100 yard free style
swim; Dinwiddie, Gilmore, Babcock,
Joyce, Lervy, Mirrielees, Kalmbach,
Cotter, Robertson, Wilson, Griffith,
10:45 o'clock - 100 yard gunwale
race, 50 yard free style; Dinwiddie,
Gilmore, Lervy, Joyce, Watson, Rob-
ertsoin, Cotter, Kalmbach, Steketee,
11 o'clock-100 yard hand paddle
canoe race, 50 yard breast stroke;
Loeb, Babcock, Carnegie, Wilson,Bar-
11:15 o'clock-half mile canoe race
(singles), half mile free style swim,
Joyce, Babcock, Gilmore, Mirrielees,
Dinwiddie, Wilson, Kalmbach, Lervy.
Fancy diving-White, Thompson, Mos-
es, Eades, Buehl.
Broome Catpan Fresh Baseball Team
*Stanley Broome, 22, of Mt. Clem-
ens, who has been playing first base
on the All-fresh baseball team, was
elected captain of the squad at a meet-
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GAMMA PHI BETA WINNER OF
WOMAN'S BASEBALL HONORS
Gamma Phi Beta sorority won the
Inter-sorority League baseball cham-
pionship by defeating the Martha
Cook team 13dto3tin the final game
played at 6:30 o'clock Friday morn-
The Gamma Phi team demonstrated
unusual ability and excellent team
work from the start. They won sev-
en games and lost none although sev-
eral of the contests were very close.
The Martha Cook team is deserving
of commendation, for they remained
unbeaten until the final game with
Gamma Phi Beta.
CHICAGO LOSES EIGHT ATHLETES
OF HIGH RANK BY GRADUATION
Coach Stagg will lose eight promin-
ent athletes at the graduation exer-
cises at the University of Chicago on
June 10. They are William Gorgas,
Harry McCosh, S. G. Veasey, Bobbie
Cahn, Hans Norgren, Brad Smith, G.
C. Lewis, and Dave Annan.
Gorgas finishes his college career
with the record of being one of Chi-
cago's best all-around athletes hav-
ing starred in football, basketball and
track. Harry McCosb, the present
track captain, leaves behind him an
enviable record. Both of these men
were seen in action on Ferry field
May 23 on the occasion of the Chi-
cago- Michigan dual meet.
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To Our Friends:
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Daily, and we want to tell you that we have appre-
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To the Senior we wish success, to the Undergrad-
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summer and when you come back we shall try to
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