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I LITS, NOTICE
lits interested in in-
aseball report at the
of Ferry field at 3

rms for Cheerleaders
one having an idea as to
is for cheer leaders are
ed to describe same in a
and seed to A. O. Cuth-
.016 E. University Ave.
for PENS." Nickle's Ar-
lv.
se our Aderttuers.-AdV

Fisher's Pitchers Hold Enemy Batters entire infield plays a faster game than.
Helpless Wilie Varsity the Varsity infield of last year.
Hits..~ard Klein Gets First Hit
Hhackleford, Kipke and Klein in the
SHULTZ WILL FACE AGGIES outfield were not conspicuous in the
AND ELLIOTT NOTRE DAME I hitting column as were the membersj
- I of the infield. Shack and Kipke both
"We won two good games," was Coach came through hits in both games,
Fisher'y coiment on the Michigan while Klein contributed his only swat

MICHIGAN NOW FIRSTr
WIN OrVER BADGERS LEAVES
MICHIGAN ONLY UNDlE-'
FEATED NINEp.
CONFERENCE STANDINGS
NF W. L. Pct.

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o yon wll
entally and
jr a games
Caromn BII-

victories .scored over Chicago and
Wisconsin last .Friday and Saturday.
Michigan, according to Fisher, should
have scored several more runs in each
game and should have shut out its op-
ponents, but with a long lead the
Welverines were not under the ne-
cessity, in either game, of playing the
air tight ball they are capable of do-
ing. Liverance showed vast improve-
ment over last year when he set Chi-
cago down with a stingy pair of
scratch hits, while Dixon was master
of the situation at all times against
Wisconsin. Milton held the Badgers
to a single hit, made over first base'
until the start of the ninth when the
Cardinal batters added :three more
singles to their total and scored their
only two runs of the game. Dixon
looked even better than hle did against
Illinois, for he had perfect control
and did not give a base on balls to a
single Wisconsin batter.
Knode Leads Team
Knode with 7 hits for a total of
15 bases took the batting honors on
the trip. Bob handled his chances in
the field perfectly in addition to wield-
ing the stick-for the highest batting
average. Shorty Wimbles played a
sparkling game on the keystone sack
and contributed 2 timely hits for extra
bases in the Badger contest. Uteritz
played hisrusual steady game at short
stop and ran up one. of the best hit-
ting averages. Utz made three hits
against the Maroon pitchers, while at'
Wisconsin he was only credited with
two trips to the plate, and in one of
these trips he contributed a two base'
hit. Mike Paper continued to play a
speedy game on the hot corner. The

in three Big Ten games at Wisconsin.
In disposing of Wisconsin the Wol-
verines secured undisputed posses-
sion of first place in the Big Ten flag
race. Michigan is the. only diamond.
team with a perfect record up to the
present date. Illinois and Wisconsin
are in a dual tie for second honors
with two wins and one defeat for each
team. After losing the ;initial con-
test to Fisher's men the illini have
scored victories over Iowa and Ohio
State, while Wisconsin had scored vic-
tories over Northwestern and Minne-
sota previous to its game with 1Michi-
gan. Illinois plays two games this
week, Chicago on Thursday and Wis-
consin at Madison on Saturday. The.
meeting of the Illini and Badgers
should aetermine definitely which of
the two nines is to be the chief rival
of Fisher's men in the race. On paper
the Illini look better, although the
Cardinal nine is one that is dangerous
at all times and will cause Lund-
gren's men difficulty if the Badger
pitchers are able to hold the Urbana
hitters. _
Meet Aggies Tomorrow
Wednesday afternoon Fisher's men
will meet M. A. C. at East Lansing.
Notre Dame' on Friday afternoon will
furnish the oposition for Michigan's'
(Continued on Page Five)
NOTICE
I am buying old clothes and paying
the highest prices. $3.00 to, $10.00 for
suits. Call 1677-W or bring them to'
203 N. Main St. Dave Mordsky.-Adv.
"RIDER for PENS." Nickle's Ar-
cade-Adv.

Hardy hitting by the Michigan base-
ball team resulting in victories over
Chicago and Wisconsin last week end
caused the Wolverines to replace the
Badgers at the top of the Conference
with three wins and no defeats to
their credit.
That the Wolverines hit the ball
hard is evidenced by the fact that Cap-
tamn Paddock of Wisconsin, last year
one of the most effective of Confer-'
ence twirlers, was driven to the
showers in the Saturday game by a
fusilade of extra base hits. Christen-
sen who replaced the' Badger captain
on the mound faired little better and
the Michigan team won by a 9-2
score. This is the most decisive vic-

lichigan........
Wisconsin..........2
Illinois............2
Purdue. ... ..1
Minnesota.........1
Ohio State..........1
Northwestern ........
Chicago............0
Iowa...............

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made a combination that could not be
overcome.
M4aroons Are Easy
In the Friday game the Michigan
team had for its opponents Chicago,
The Mid-way aggregation coached by
Noregan, an old Chicago star is not
strong and went down easily by a
score of 9-1. Howard Liverance, who
is giving Dixon a race for first pitch-
ing honors allowed the Maroons two
hits.
Illinois seems to have recovered
from the defeat they encountered at
Michigan and beat the Ohio State club
by a 4-3 score. The Illini seem to
be having trouble getting under way
this season. They narrowly escaped
a defeat at the hands of Iowa and
were forced to go ten innings to get
the decision, 6-5. That Ohio is play-
ing good ball is shown because the
Illihi with such sluggers as McCurdy,
Vogle and Hellstrum were held to
four runs. When Carl Lundgren gets
the baseball machine he has perfect-
ed running smoothly they = can be
I counted to cause the leaders no small
amount of trouble.
Gophers Defeat Northwestern
Minnesota won a wierd game from
Northwestern Saturday by a score of
16-8. The Gophers handicapped by a
late spring with plenty of cqld weath-
er and rain seem to have hit their
stride. They can hardly be expected
to turn out the brand of baseball that
the teams trained in the South play
but with hot weather can be counted
on to win' the majority of contests
they engage in this season.
Purdue took Iowa into camp to a
tune of 5-1 over the week end. After
the brilliant showing the Hawkeyes
made against- Illinois recently, forcing
the game into extra innings and losing
by'a lone marker, the showing against
the Hoosiers is rather disappointing.
This relegates the Iowa team to the
I cellar position, they having lost two
contests while Chicago has lost only
one..

FRRELL PRIIMN O

Steve Farrell took advantage of
ideal track day yesterday and hac
men working over time in prepare
for the meet with Ohio State on
urday, May 6.
Ohio has a. formidable track
gregation this season and Steve
tertains the proper respect for it.
year the Wolverines barely nosed
Buckeyes out in a dual meet and
veteran coach would like to hav
men repeat this, season.
Hoffman Places Second
The team returned from Des Mc
and Philadelphia on Sunday. Alth
the men did, nothing unexpecte
startling there were some redee
features in their performance.
fact that McElven cleared the bh
a height of 6 feet, 1 inch at the'I
relays shows that he has great i
bilities in the high jump. Hoffn
performance at Pennsylvania R
he finished second in the javelin t
was quite pleasing. The general
ale of the team is one of fight,
men are not discouraged and ar
tering into practice with real
and determination that should
results.
Ohio Does Well at Penn
The track meat this Saturday s
be a rather close affair. A com
tive showing of both the Wolve
and the Buckeyes this season ci
points to this fact. The .Ohio
did creditably well at the Penn r
last Saturday, placing men it
hurdles, in the four mile relay, f
ing second in'this event, anid al
one of the medley races. Amon
star performers are Moorehead,
can high jump and run the d
(Cpontinuedon Page Five)

Varsity
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Track Coach A
Performance of
Against Bucke
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tory that the.Wolberines have scored
over the Wisconsin crew in several
seasons, It will be remembered that
last year' it was the Badgers that
caused the Michigan team to go 18
innings in the Memorial Day game .at
Ferry field before they won by' a
single tally. A week'later these same:
trouble causing Badgers tripped up
the Wolverines, fresh from a victory.
at Illinois and gave the Conference
title to the Illini by inflicting a 7-6 de-
feat at Madison. Milton Dixon pitch-
ing ace for the Michigan team, hurl-
ed a wonderful game and his effec-
tive work on the rubber coupled with'
the slugging of his mates at the plate:

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THE MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION
"To the citizens of Ann Arbor
."The week of May 1 to 6 has been set aside as clean-up and fire
prevention week by the state departments of health and public safety
and the various cities have been asked to conform.gy
"Therefore I ask you to dlo your part towards making our city
the cleanest in the country and to assist in preventing any fires dur-
?xg that week.
"GEORGE E. LEWIS,
Mayor."

FOLLOW THE MAYOR'S
ADVICE
-:BE NEAT AND UP-TO-DATE.
Clean up the lawns and yards. Get the Gardens
ready. Keep ANN ARBOR at the front as it

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