THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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i e on~ofDixn'soffrins fr ahom WieoniuAB lRt 11
run.] R. Williams, If...4 1 2
0 L l x ] Michigan Has Two an arn Ninth Lyman, 2b..........3 1 1
TIV S H ID grasp the' Wolverines made adepr Elliott, cf...........4 0 1
ate effort t) break the tie in their J Williams, lb.,,....412
______ ~half ofth seventh but were unable DaveyC.....
to penetrate the Wisconsin defense. Ruediger, 3b t....4 00 1
Inability of 4ichigan Offensive to et Faringon scored the winning tally i Snow, rf......3 1 1
Started and Costly, Errotrs lRe- the last half of this inning when his Paddock, p ...,.....4 2 1
sponsible for Defeat third single of the day was followed
b ly Captain Elliott's triple. In the Totals... ....4 7 13
PADDOCK PITCHlES STRONG eighth Shackleford, Karpus and Klei umar
were struck out in order and Wiscon- mmi
< BALL .'FOR BADGER TEAMrhrebshit-.Wlam
sin was retired scorless.Trebs isR ilas
Michigan was dangerous to the last D ome runs-Shackleford,. Ka
Inability on the part of theMichigan plyeeahwsgvnalf Williams. Stolen base,-Va
offensive to get under way and costly9 when Farrington erred on his ground- Ueiz ya.Sciieh
errrs n he efnsewer te ra-er and went to second on Vik's vie-R. Williams, Snow. Struck
Son fo te 7to dfea atth hadsious drive on which Paddock injured Paddock 6, Liverance 11. B.
sonsforthe7 to6 dfea at he and hishan inballs-O~f Paddck 4, off Live;
hishan instopping. Ronan, hitting
of Wisconsin Monday and the resultant frDxn a asdbtwt h Passed balls-Davey. TUmpir
lossof he ourt cosectiv BigTenwiningcoil and Lathrop
los ofth forthcosectie Bg Tn innngruns on the paths Paddock
baseball championship according to tightened down striking out Uteritz
reports brought back from Madison and Van "Boven. Chiese Club Elects New 0
by members of the Varsity yesterday. . Officers for next semeste
Five hits, including two circuit drives, Box Score elected at the last meeting
was the sum total of what the Wo- Michigan AB R H P0 A E' Cinese Students' club Saturd
verine 'stickers were able to amass Uteritz, 2b .........4 0t 0 5 2 0 in Lane hall. Following are tl
from Paddock's delivery, the Badger Van Boven, ss ...,..4 2 1 2 1 1 of the new officers: S H.I
hurler holding them safe at, all times. Perrin, cf .........3 1 0 3 2 1 president; G. -T. Liu, '24M, vi
Michigan began the scoring early Shackleford, lb.....4 2 2 7 0 1 dent; Alen Giang, '23M, recor
when,' with one out in the first, Van Karpus, 3b .....:...4 1 1 )2 1 1 retary; C. Y. Liu, 22E, corres
Boven hit safely to short left field and Klein, rf.........4 0 0 1 0 1 secretary; C. H. Chen, '21E, t
after Perrin, had flied out to Elliot, Genebach, lf ..,... ..4 0 0 '1 0 0
stole ;second. At this juncture Shack- Vick, c .. .............4 0 1 3 3 1 Try a Classified Ad for resul
leford crashed a home run tofleft field, Liverance, p.....1' 0 0 0 1 0
his second in three days, scoring Van Dixon, p....,...... 2 0 0 0 0 0'
Boven ahead of him. Liverance had *Ronan ............0 0 0 0 0 0 INTRAMURAL NOTIC
little' difficulty in retiring the Badg-
ers in-"their half. Totals'.. ,.......35 6 5 24 10, 6i Director Mitchell, .of theI
Fil to Score r - mural department, request
.Michigan failed to score in the sec- Batted for Dixon in ninth, all men having personal a]
ond but, the opposition* came through equipment in lockers in tb
wkh one run. Again in the third Mich- Genuine Engraving and Embossing. tramural room of the club
igan was retired in ,one, two, three or- Order your visiting cards now. 0. D. please remove same before
der, but Wisconsin' scored two runs Morrill, 17 Nickel's Arcade.-Adv. ) nesday, as all equipment n
when ,Paddock was given a life 'on.;mvdbthtiewllE
Krpu0' error, was advanced a base on ;s hpderiigclmn f-h oedb tattof.il
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R. Williams sacrifice and scored on Ann Arbors buyers-Adv. ______________
Lyman's single.. Farrington hit safely_____________
biut "was cornered between first and _________________
scnmawhlthMihgnifedwas running him down Lyman scred. SUGAR BOWL'' :
tWiseonsin added two counters to 'HOME AMASE CANDY ElectricFan
her total in the fourth inning after ABSOLUTELY CLEAN
Michigan ,had failed to score. With BEST LINE IN THE CT the warm d
stwo out Snow drove single to rigltI I EVERYTHING
field and went to third when Paddock -MDEI ANARO
also singled safely to right.' R. Wil- LIGHT LUNCHES
Aamus slammed a triple to deep right --Te
ti. 1d scoring Snow and Paddock but AN1 N ARBOR T
was. stranded there when Lyman roll- SUGAR IU~
ed out to 'Van Boeen,.SUGA BOWLI
rMichigan went into the lead in theI
sixth by gathering a cluster of four
tallies. Van Boven walked and when I W aslt'
1.' Wiliams threw wild to second on Courteous and satisfactory I
Prri's attempted sacrifice all hands TREATMENT to every custom-I'
er, whethdr the account be large I
were ;safe. 'Shackleford poked a hit or smal.
through second scoring Van Boven, 200 East
and Karpus again' stepped into the The nn rbo Savings Bank
breach with a terrific drive to fdeep Tee 1r)1i
right 'center for four bases scoring Incorporated 1869
Perrin acrd Shackleford ahead of him. Capital ind Surplu, $625,00.00 ,
This outburst ended Michigan's 'scar- Reoucs .: "b'v ne L s e
Ing .for the° afternoon and the Cardin- 707 North Uiverity ve.
alidtecutfinthihafote Northwest Co. Main & 'Huron
same inning when R. Williams comb -_________________
tion. Eighteen individual mnatches
Iwill be held June 22 ai~d 23 and the
finals w-ill be played June 24.
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(By Associated Press)
jChicago, June 7. - Final arrange-
mients 'have been made and numer-
axus entries are being received for the
national intercollegiate golf tourna-
mnent to be held at the Indian Hill
club here June 21-24.
The first days' play will be a 36 hole
medal event to determine the team
winners. The team having the lowest
score will be awarded the college
The .32 players with the lowest
score in the medal play then will be
eligible for the individual competi-
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C713 E. UNIVERSITY AV.
_lifhigan Represented by a Teamn
In the report of the dual Michigan-
Chicago match in yesterday's Daily it
was stated that Ingham tiled with
Hartman of Chicago in the match
play. This is ari, error. Ingham tied
Hartman "in the 36 hole medal play,
with 153 to each man's credit, but lost.
the match play to Hartman who won
the first 18 htoles. of the morning en-
gagement two up. Ingham won the
afternoon 18 Bole session with one
up, making Hartman'"the final winner
of the match, one up.
Have you lost anything that you
ptize very. highly? The Classified
columns of The Michigaa Daily are
always ready to serve you.-Adv.
Ail "M' club men in th
asked to attend a meeting
ganization which will be he
28 at the Union. Lunches
served at 12 o'clock sharp
attendance is desired. A]
who have won their letter.
I wish to join the club are
call at the intramural offic
Results of the All-caml
semi-finals: Sanchez defew
1 4-6, 6-2, 6-4. This places
'the flnals -' which 'will be
latter part of the week.
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