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iD. Strike one, out,
,urdy. Wimbles up.
d out to McCurdy, re-
No runs, no bits, no

ball four. He walked. McCurdy up.
Strike one, foul, strike two, ball one.
McCurdy popped out to Shackleford.
Vogel up. Strike one called,, ball one.
Dixon tried to catch Dougherty at
first, foul, strike two, foul again,
fouled out, Vick catching fly. Hell-
strom up."'Foul, strike one, grounded
to Uteritz, who caught Dougherty at
second. No runs, no Jilts, no errors.
FOURTH INNING
Michigan. Uteritz up. Strike one
called, foul, strike two, flied out to
Peden. Knode up. Strike one called,
ball one, ball two, ball three, he flied
out to Vogel. Shackleford uip. Ball

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one, out, Jackson to McCurdy. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
Illinois. Reichle up. Ball one,
strike one. Reichle doubled to right
field inside first base line. Peden
bunted to Paper, whothrew wide to
Knode.- Knode missed it, scaring
Reichle. Stewart up. Bunt, Vick
throwing him out at first, Peden go-
ing to third. Jackson up. Flied out
to Knode. Crossley up. Hit to deep
right and Peden scored. Douglierty
up. Ball one, strike *one called.
Dougherty hit to right field, Crossley
going to third, but getting caught at
third by the. throw from rfight field.-
Two runs, four hits, one error,
FIFTH INNING
Michigan up. Vick up. Ball one,
strike one called, ball two, Vick sin-
gled to left. Kipke up. Ball one, ball
two, strike one called, out, Jackson
to McCurdy, Vick going to second.
Roby up. Ball one, Vick stole third.
Ball two, ball three, Roby walked.
Dixon up. Foul, strike one, ball one,
strike two, Dixon struck out. Paper
up. Foul, strike one, strike two, Pa-
per popped out to Jackson. No runs,
one hit, no error.
Illinois. McCurdy up. Out, Uteritz
to Knode. Vogel up. Out, Wimbles
to Knode. Hellstrom up, strike one,
strike two, ball one, strike three. He
struck out. No runs, no hits, no er-
rors.
SIXTH INNING
Michigan. Winbles up. Strike one,
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out to McCurdy unassisted; Uteritz
up. Strike one, ball one, flied out to
Peden. Knode up. Ball one, fouled
out to Dougherty. No runs, no Jilts,'
no errors.
Illinois. Reicllle up. Ball Qne,
strike one called, he popped out to
Shackleford. Peden up. Ball one,
ball two, ball three, strike one called,
strike two called. He doubled to left.
Stewart up. Ball one, foul, strike one,
ball two, ball three, strike two, Stew-
art singled. Peden was caught be-
tween third and home. Jackson up.
Ball one, Jackson doubled, scoring
Stewart. Crossley up. Singled over.
second, scoring Jackson. Dougherty
up. Ball one, hit for two-bagger be-
tween left and center, Crossley going
to third. Dougherty was only allow-
ed two bases because he knocked the
ball into the crowd on the field. Mc-
Curdy up. Strike one, Schultz now
pitching for Michigan. Ball one, out,
Uteritz to Knode. Two runs, five hits,
no errors.
SEVENTH INNING
Michigan. Shackleford up. Ball one,
flied out to McCurdy. Vick up, strike
one, ball one, ball two. Vick singled
through shortstop. Kipke up, ball
one, ball two, strike one, ball three.
Kipke walks. Roby up. Ball one,
ball two, strike one, ball three, ball
four, Roby walks and bases are now
filled, Blott batting for Schultz. 'Strike
one, Blott doubled through deep cen-
ter, scoring Vick and Kipke, allowed
only two bases because ball went into.
crowd in deep center. Boettger pitch-
ing for Illniois now. Paper up, strike
one, grounded toward short,*but ball

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was stopped by Crossley, thrown to
McCurdy. Paper out at first, Roby
scoring on the play. Wimbles up.
Wimbles out, Stewart to McCurdy.
Three runs, two :hits, no errors.
llinois. Vogel up. Liverance now
pitching for Michigan. Vogel doubled
to right field. Hellstrom up. Ball
one, foul, strike one, bunted to Liver-
ance, who threw out Hellstrom at
first, Vogel going to third. Reichle
up.. Ball one, strike one, ball two,
strike two. Reichle went to first on
an error by Wimbles, who fumbled
grounder and threw to Knode, who
also fumbled, Vogel scoring. Peden
up. Strike one called, , strike two,
Peden :hit by pitched ball. Stewart
up. Stewart bunted to Liverance,
who threw himn out at first. Roettger
up. Strike .one, foul, strike two, out
Liverance to Knode. One run, one
hit, two errors.
EIGHTH INNING
Michigan. Uteritz up. Ball one,
ball two, strike one, ball three, strike
two called, singled to Crossley, who
failed to catch him at first. Knode
up. Ball one, strike one, ball two,
fouled out to Dougherty. Shackle-
ford up. Strike one, flied out to Pe-
den. Vick up. Strike one, ball one,
strike two, ball two, ball three, ball
four, Vick walking. Kipke up. Strike
one, ball one, popped out to Vogel.
to Vogel. No runs, one Jit, no errors.
Illinois. Crossley up . Foul, strike
4ne, ball one, strike two called, out,
Wimbles to Knode. No runs, one hit,
no errors.
NINTH INNING
Michigan. Roby up. Strike one.
ball one, strike two, foul strike, ball
two, ball three, strike three.
Klein batting for Liverance, dou-
bles. Paper up. Ball one, strike one
called, ball two, strike two, ball three,
Paper gets on first. Wimbles up. Ball
one, Paper out on fielder's choice,
Wimbles getting a safety to' first.
Uteritz up. Ball one, ball two, foul,
strike one, foul, strike two, ball three,
grounded to Stewart, who threw him
out at first.
The smallest Dunn pen holds more
ink than the largest self filler. O. D.
Morrill, dealer, 17 Nickels Arcade.
Adv.4

Two Matches Stop
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Although seriously handicappe
rain the Michigan tennis tean
having a successful trip in the
A brand of tennis superior to al
opponents met so far has been si
and both of the matches that
weather allowed to go to a finish
won by the Wolverines. The 0
two played were stopped by rair
when ended MVicigan was ahead
things looked in each case as if I2
gan would have Won had the i
been finished.
Defeat Ptt.
A good start was made..whe
Monday a deci ive victory washs
against the University of Pittsb
racquet men. The score was 6
Sand each match was won hi str
'sets, onlyr one-being a deufce a
Merkel, the Wolverine captain, h
easy time with Martin and won
6-2. Reindel, Michigan, wonf
Williams almost as easily 6-1 6-2,
Rorich put Garrowy of Pittsb
away 6-1, 6-4. Sanchez had dimi
in the first set biut, took the' se
easily, winning 9-, 61 from Co
sin tlo wdoubles Merkel and Re
won from Pfieffer and Williams
6-2, while Sanchez and Rorich de
ed the other 'Pittsburgh pair 6-4,
Moving on,, Carnegie Tech was
opponent on Tuesday and Micl
won ;from them 5-1. Carnegie
been touted up' as a strong team
the Wolverines without' a great
of diffclty took. them overd
sively.
Lead TildeN's Team
On Wednesday the University
Pensylvania were the opponents
they k ere a team to be feared
Tilden; the world's champion a
graduate of the school, has bee
voting considerable time to coac
the team. With Michigan in the
nature took a hand and put a
to all play by sending down a
ing rain. The score at that time
3 to 1 in favor of the westerners
both doubles matches remainlhg t
played. The Pennsylvani', cap
Morgan, was too much for Merke
the Wolverines won all the other
gles matches. Reindel had, as op
ent Mangum, Rorich defeated Va
man 6-1, 9-7 and Sanchez won
Moran 6-2, 6-4. Reindel and ME
were in a tie, the games standin
7 all with Morgan and Mangum w
the clouds opened up. The other I
igan pai had the edge on, theP
sylvania second double team.
Rain Saves Lehigh '.
On Fridayrain again interfered
stopped the contest against Le
with the score standing 2-1 in f
of Michigan,. Captain Beck of
high beat eMrkel 6-2, 6-4, while I
del won from Bea 6-2, 6-2,-and :
ich 'beat Koegler 6-3, 6-1. San
"was in the third set against Matt
at the beginning of the downpour.
doubles had :not started.
Sol Engineers WIll Hold Pow.
Sophomore engineers. yeste
morning decided to hold a pow-'
on Tuesday afternoon. F. C. Wi
ing, '24E, was named on the engin
ing honor committee by the clas
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