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60 AND MICHIGAN H UA

Crisler is used in the box for
cago this afternoon, and, is in;
shape, the Wolverine batsmen
apt to stage a Roman holiday
their third Conference win.
THE, LINEUPS

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E IS THE SECOND OF
BIG TEN SEA.
SON

LOCAL

Coming here from a 20 to 5 drub-
bing at the hands of Ohio State last
Wednesday; Chicago's v'arsity base-
ball nine should not cause the Wol-
verine aggregation much trouble
when they meet on Ferry field this
afternoon in the second Big Ten tilt
of the local season. Coach Fisher is
taking no chances, however, on his
charges slipping up in a Conference
game and will probably nominate Dix-
on or tiverance for mound duty.
According to Walter Eckersall the
Maroons have no baseball team 4t all
when Fritz Crisler, football star andl
Chicago pitching ace, is 'not doing the
throwing, so Wolverine fans will no
doubt get an opportunity to see this
man in action this afternoon. Chicago
has had the worst season in the his-
tory of Maroon Conference basball
and unless the Midway squad shows
a decided improvement it will be fight-
ing with Northwestern to keep out
of the cellar.
Heavy Games Start
With two games tucked away in the,
Big Ten win column and several other
strong teams already defeated the Var-
sity is efitering the strenuous section
of the schedule with bright prospects
for another Conference championship.
Several weaknesses in the lineup
have been remedied and with Big Ed:
Ruzicka showing a return to his 1918
form the Wolverines seem destined to
go far in the race.
The team has hitting power aplenty
and several clever baserunners in Per-
rin, Van Boven, Uterftz, and Genebach.
Shackleford proved an improvement
on Johnson at first base and his use
there permits the coach to add,hitting
ppwer to the team in the use of Ro-
nan br Klein in right field. Unlesss
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Uteritz.........2b..........Tryer
Van Boven, capt.. ss.......Barnes
Perrin......e...cf......Cole, capt.
Shackleford......1b..........Dixon
Karpus ..........3b... . .......Curtis
Ronan or Kitin ..rf.........Schults
Genebach............... Pierce
Vick ..........c........Yardley
Dixon or Liverance.p........Crisler

EA.STERN SPORT NOTES
Harvard Is planning toy send three
crews to Princeton for the Triangular
regatta to be held on May 7. Annap-
olls and Princeton are working hard
in preparation for the meet ahd from
all dope the races should be hotly,
conteted.
Capt. Earl Thompson of Dartmouth,
winner of the hurdles in the Penn
relays, is specializing in the broad and
high jumps. Coach Hillman expects
him to take these events in the trian-
gular meet with Penn and Columbia.

downing Reason by 6-2 and 6-3 scores.
Gregory worked hard to win from
Bowen by 6-4 and 7-5, 'opp bowed
to Oppenheimer 6-2, 5-7 and 6-3,1
while Frankel walloped Tracy 6-3 and
6-0. In. a doubles match Ohlamacher
and Jerome defeated Gustus and Mel-
lon in two easy matches 6-2 and 6-1.
Tomorrow afternoon at 1 at Ferry
field the Dents will meet the Medics
in a game of baseball. Hinkley is
managing the Dents, while Shafter is
looking out for the Medics.

Yesterday 's Games

Ameriean League
Detroit 11, St. Louis 7.
Philadelphia 10, Boston 6.
New York 9, Washington 2.
Cleveland 8, Chicago 0.

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PHI KAPPA SIG)A ENTERS
SEMI-FINALS OF TOURNAMENT
Phi Kappa Sigma beat Lambda Chi
Alpha 14-6 Thursday afternoon in the
interfraternity lbaseball league. The
Phi Kappa Sigma team by virtue of
this win will enter' the semi-final
round of the tournament.
Shorty Wimbles junior lits defeated
the junior engineers on south Ferry
field 13-3, Thursday afternoon. The
game was a close one until the fourth
inning, when the J-lits went to hitting
and eight runs were scored before
Manager Goldman of the engineers
could get another hurler warmed up.
Home runs by Steketee and Pearman
featured the fourth inning uprising
of the winners.
Use Classified advertising and sell
your miscellaneous articles.-Adv.

The Yale golf team defeated the
Columbia squad- in a match held at
New Haven yesterday. A. L. Walker,
former intercollegiate champion, was
put out by Captain Sprott of Yale.
The University of California is cam-
paigning for funds with which to
build a new stadium. It is being plan-
ned to have a seating capacity of 75,-
000 and will be the best of its kind
in the country.
INTRAMURAL TENNIS AND
BA$EBALL SERIES PROGRESS
Fast and close games featured in
the tennis tournament yesterday aft-
ernoon at the 'courts on Ferry field.
Oliphant defeated Farley 1-6, 6-4 and
14 while Weyard had little trouble

SPORT CALENDAR
10:00-Varsity tennis at Columbus.
10:30--Zeta Psi vs. Phi Sigma Kappa.
baseball.
1: 00-Xi Psi Phi vs. Acacia, baseball.
2:30--Chicago vs. Michigan, Varsity
baseball.
2:30-Varsity track meet at Colum-
bus.
Apricots! Apricots! Large size can
in heavy syrup for two bits this week
at Schultz Grocery.-Adv.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.
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National League
Pittsburgh 10, St. Louis 6.
Chicago 8, Cincinnati 7.
No other games played.
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