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Fisher Takes Squad of 14 Men Along
to Battle with Buckeyes at
DIXON AND COTTER WILL
BE OPPOSING MOUNDSMEN
Michigan's Varsity baseball team
will leavenat 5 o'clock this afternoon
on the Ann Arbor railroad, for Col-
umbus where it will play its fifth
Conference game of the season against
Ohio State tomorrow afternoon.
Fourteen Men on Trip
Coach Ray Fisher is taking 14 men
on the trip. He will carry only three
moundsmen, due to the fact that only
one game is scheduled for the week
end. Roby and Blott make up the re-
mainder of the squad, but the three
pitchers to make the trip haye not
been named as yet. In all probability
Dixon will open the game for the Wol-
verines. The star moundsman has
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won all of his three Conference games
this season, and is ready to step Into
the box and bring out another victory.
The Wolverine hurler has two vic-
tories over O. S. U. last year under
his belt, and the Buckeyes are anxious
to break his string this year. While
the Ohio team is not overly strong
they hold a victory over Purdue, the
only one which Purdue has lost and
has given most of the other teams
they have played, a fast battle al-
though coming out on the small end of
the score. Cotter, the. uckeye leader,
will enter the box against the Varsity.
He is a veteran and receives credit
for the only Ohio State win of the
Roby Plays Well
Members of the team are disap-
pointed over the practice game with
Western State Normal Wednesday aft-
ernoon. The men had expected some
real opposition from the Kazoo ag-
gregation,* but received no especial
benefit from the contest which proved
to be a walkaway. Roby playing in
left field showed to good advantage at
the plate, with three hits and three
runs. One.of these hits was a triple
to deep left, while the other two were
singles, both of which were produc-
tive of runs. Knode and Utefitz also
had a good day at the plate.
P1itchers Look Good
All three of the pitchers, used by
Fisher, put out a nice brand of mound
work. Elliott, who started the game,'
was a little wild at first but settled
down the third inning he was in the
box. Smith, who relieved him, went
three innings without letting the Cel-
ery City team score but gave way in
the sixth frame to Liverance. The
veteran had no difficulty with the op-
posing batters during his. three in-
nings although errors allowed a run
to come across in the last frame.
May 17-M. A. C. at Ann Arbor.
May 27-Chicago at Ann Arbor.
May 29-Wisconsin at Ann Arbor.
June 3-Ohio State at Ann Arbor:
June 16-Alumni game at Ann Ar-
June 17-National Collegiate Athlet-
ic association meets at Chicago.
May 13-Ohio State at' Columbus,
May 20-Illinois at Urbana, Ill.
May 22-Iowa at Iowa City, Iowa.
May 30-Notre Dame at South Bend,
May 13-Illinois at Ann Arbor.
May 26-27- Michigan interscholastic
at Ann Arbor.
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Daily Want ,A ia v A,'1
May 15-Pittsburg at Pittsburg.
May 16-Carnegie Tech at Pitts-
May 17-Pennsylvania at Philadel-
May 19-Lehigh at Bethlehem.
May 20-Cornell at Ithaca.
May 25-26-27 Conference cham-
pionship at Chicago.
May 29-Minnesota at Minneapolis.
May 30-Wisconsing at Madison.
June 3-Chicago at Chicago.
May 20-Chicago at Chicago.
June 2-3 - Western Conference
championships at Iowa City, Iowa.
June 17-National Collegite Athletic
association meet at Chicago.
22-Northwestern at Ann Ar-
$3.30 - $7.00
13-Purdue at Ann Arbor.
22-Illinois at Ann Arbor.
27-Northwestern, at Ann
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May 29--Chicago at Chicago.
June 19--Western Conference golf
tournament at Chicago.
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Straw Hat Day Saturday
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,Iembers of the faculty wish-
ing to enter the tennis tourna-
ment are urged to send their en-
tries in before Saturday, May 13,
to C. A. Langworthy (11 Old
Eng.), or G. L. Michaud (303 S.
W..). Drawings for the first
round will be announced In The
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