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THE BLVE FRONT CIGAR STOI
Corzner State a.d Packard
Hitting In Past Two Games Puts
Mike Knode In Second Position
Jack Perrin, by securing three hits
in the last two ganfes, while Mike
Knode was getting only two, moved up
into first place in the batting aver-
ages, computed before the Illinois
game with a percentage of .369, put-
ting Knode second with .367 to his
credit. Newell is the only other Mich-
igan player hitting above the .300
,mark. Jim's percentage is .317. Van
Boven, Parks, Kirchgessener, and
Genebach are the men hitting more
It is noticeable that Captain Parks,
although a pitcher, is among those
hitting above the .200 mark. He has
taken part in 12 games, has been at
bat 31 times and has made nine hits,:
for a percentage of .290.
Knode is the only man on the team
that has taken part in every game
NU SIGMA NU WINS
this year. Perrin and Kirch have
both taken part in all but one, while
Newell has missed two games. Natur-
ally Captain Parks has taken part in
more games than any other pitcher.
He has been in 12 games this season.
Ruzicka is close by with nine games
and Scheidler comes third with six.
Knode is far in the lead in regard
to stolen bases. The fast short-stop
topping the list with 11. Kirch comes
second with seven robberies, with
Van Boven and Genebach tied for
third place with five each.
It was impossible to get an official
list of the extra base hits prior to the
Ypsilanti game here on April 22.
Records compiled since that time
show that Van Bfven is leading with
two two-base hits, two three-base hits
and one home run for a total of 14
bases. Knode is -a close second with
one two-base hit, one three-base hit
and two home runs totaling 13 bases
and Perrin is third with three two-
base hits, and two three-base hits for
a total of 12 bases.
The leading run getter of the Mich-
igan team is Knode who has crossed
the home plate 20 times in as many
games. Genebach also has an ever-
age of one run a game but has taken
part in only 13 games. Kirch has
made 13 runs in 19 games.
Name G AB R H Pet. SB
Cleveland ...,. .. ..22
-New York ............19
Athletics... . .. ...12
Chicago. . . ..21
Cincinnati . a. .. .... .20
St. Louis........ ..16
New York..... . . ...14
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CALIFORNIA DOWNS SYRACUSE
UNIVERSITY IN EASY GAME
20; E. Nu Sigma Nu won in the final indoor
ck, St. game of the fraternity series from
.318; Zeta Psi, in an extremely hotly con-
e, Cin- tested fracas. Harryman pitched a
, .312; good game for Nu Sigma Nu, allowing
but two hits, in the entire game.
: slug- At the end of the fifth inning the
in the score stood 8 to 2 in favor of the
n hon- winners, but Zeta Psi came to bat in
drives the sixth and annexed four runs and
id now in the following inning tallied up two
hicago more counters which evened the score.
antinue Zeta Psi players failed to support
gged a their pitcher and Nu Sigma Nu suc-
re tied ceeded in making the necessary count-
ers to win. Smith and Kahn; both'of
ues to the Nu Sigma Nu team pelted the ball
e Hen- for circuit runs.
p with The final score was 10 to 8, but this
large score is no indication of the
ho last playing exhibited on south Ferry field
is bat- yesterday afternoon. It was a hard
I drop- played game from start to finish and
the winners had by no means an easy
n, Chi- job in downing the fast Zeta Psi ag-
s. .360; gregation.
.19 73 12 27 369
Saunders.... . 2
Syracuse, May 28.-California de-
feated Syracuse university 12 to 5 in
an easy game here today. 'The coast
players knocked Ingalls off the mound
in the first inning, scoring eight runs.
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EX-KAISER NOW A TAILOR;
DESIGNS OWNf CLOTHES
London, May 28.-Williair of Hohen-
zollern, former Emperor of Germany,
is trying his hand as a tailor, accord-
ing to a Central News dispatch from
Amsterdam. He is cutting out pat-
terns for many new suits with which
he is going to stock his wardrobe, and
the dispatch quotes a trade paper as
declaring he is "excelling at the job."°
Saturday's Intramural Tennis Results
Interclass games: Dyason, '21D,
beat Zimmerman, '21L, 6-1, 6-3; San-
chez, '23E, beat Jerome, '22E, 6-3, 6-4;
'Bassett, ''21s, beat Moehler, 6-0, 6-8, 6-
4; Gregory, '23, beat McArthur, '23,
6-3, 7-5; Gustus, '22, beat Lewis, '22,
Fraternity games:. Trigon beat
Lambda Chi Alpha, 3 to 0.
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feeling and youthful look in men who are of. mature years.
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"We, try to treat you Right"
341; Explosion Blows Man Thiru Window
ands, Grand Rapids, May 28.-Albert
330; Heishetter, 17 years old, was blown
St. through a window at a local paint
shop, Thursday, when a barrel of shel-
bent lac, which he was mixing, exploded.
, in The fire which followed caused $2,000
guss damages.' Ieishetter escaped with
med body burns.
the big leap
off. as it see
of the first
cs for a sure
ion, and whose
good deal of
Are you following the big leagues
this season? A special wire enables
The Daily to print the results every
No Hockey Cup for Competition
The Senior class of 1919, having
won the hockey cup four years in suc-
cession, now clams the cup as its own.
This leaves the Athletic association
without a hockey cup. It is tg be
hoped that a cup will be presented
by some interested hockey fan, as a
cup presented in such manner, holds
a sentiment for the contesting teams
'not held by cups offered by the Ath-
k ERENCE MEET
,2:15 P. M.
books do not admit
t but the
GLEE'an~d'" M N OLIN
who was most generally
first in the American
come through in fine
olds the top rung by a
0 points at the present
go, leading the National
f a surprise, but the Reds
hem a close race, accord-
is still one of the indi-
than the team, and will
ome more so in the next
'he headlines are not now
e standing .of the clubs,
I are headed by the name
it features, and his com-
nerely mentioned in pro-
aeir ability. 'This year's
undoubtedly headed by
in accord with a large
he votes of the fans, as
f 10 home runs is un-
ny batters' are starred in
orts of today, getting in-
ns for a few hours and
way to some one else of
on. Pitchers are also
Alexander b ing the bat-
t attention by pitching
ive victories, in the last
held the Phillies to six
to this meet as it is held under direction
of the Conference Athletic Association.
Will hold a dance at the
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