FRIDAY, BAY 26, 1922
THE MICHIGAN DAILY PICTORIAL SUPPLEMENT
1922 VARSITY BASEBALL SQUAD.
Standing. left to right-I. C. Uteritz. '22. ss;
A1. Paper. '22, 3b; H1. H. Stryker, '25M, p; A. L.
Schultz, '22, p; H. J. Liverance, '23, p; Ray
Fisher, coach; D. F. Roby, '23, If; J. L. Blott,
'24, c; H. H. Mudd, '23, p.
Seated, left to right--J. H. Shackleford, '23D,
rf; A. Klein, '23, If; M. A. Dixon, '22E, p; H.
A. Vick, '22, captain, c; R. T. Knode, '23, lb;
C. M. Wimbles, '22, 2b; H. G. Kipke, '24, cf.
The team has defeated all of its Big Ten oppo-
nents at least once with the exception of Ohio
State which took a 4 to 2 game on May 13.
BOARD OF STRATEGY
Coach Ray Fisher and Captain Ern-
ie Vick are exponents of the heady
type of play and many close games
have been swung to Michigan by their
R. T. KNODE, '23,
Leading hitter of the
Big Ten with an aver-
age of well over 400
and the most finished
first sacker Michigan
has had since the days
of the great George Sis-
ler. He made his M in
football last fall.r;
H. J. LIVERANCE, '23
Another pitcher who has
made a brilliant record in
his two years on the Var-
MILTON A. DIXON, '22E
Has been the mainstay of the
Michigan hurling corps for
the past two seasons and
holds victories over all of the
Big Ten teams.