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Ruling Out freak
Deliveries Cause
Of Poor Pitching
Cleveland, Ohio, June 2.-Comment-
ig on the tremendous hitting by ball
layers in the past two seasons, Joe
Vood, veteran Cleveland American
aguer, who when known as "Smoky
oe," was one of the game's greatest
itchers, said the pitching today is not
s good as it was 10 or 12 years ago.
"Individually," said Wood, "there
re some pitchers equal, in ability to
lost of those of 8 or 10 years ago.
ut search the two big leagues and
ee if you can find a Cy Young, a Jack
hesbro, an Addie Joss, a Mordecai
rown, a Christy Mathewson, an Ed
Valsh, an Eddie Plank, a Rube Wad-
ell ,a Bill Donovan or a Walter John-.
on. True, Johnson is pitching to-
ay, but he is not the same old Wal-
er who could pitch the ball past'

"What's the reason? There "rre
two. The success of Ed Walsh, Jack
Chesbro and others started a flock of
pitchers using the spitter. Others rec-
ognized the ability of Russell Ford
Eddie Cicotte, Fred Falkenberg and
others to pitch wonderful ball by doc-
toring the ball and they tried to fol-
low in their footsteps.
"When the powers that rule base-
ball threw out all the freak deliver-
ies except the spitter, the stock in
trade of many a successful pitcher
was taken away from him. The lim-
itation of the use of the spitball to
those who already were in the major
leagues cut down the number of pitch-
ers who could throw that ball effec-
tively. And in the meantime thou-
sands of youngsters on the sand lots
and in colleges who had been acquir-
ing success by use of the spitter or
doctored balls, found they had been
wasting their time. As a result al
that bunch failed to come through as
they had no legitimate delivery to fal
back on.

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do the hurling forthe invaders and
- A~flhe can be counted upon to be in top
f '1' form for today's game is the final one
ma rrIU, g~rl E for the Buckeye captain as it is for
- Michigan's leader. Opposed to Captain
,ACotter will probably be Howard Liv-
erance. Livy kept the crowd on edge
- (Continued from Page One) with his sharp breaking curves, after
In Captain Ernie Vick, Michigan is his entraace in the Wisconsin game,
losing one of the greatest athletes and if he can -cut the plate with the
who has ever played oi a Wolverine same assortment he used against the
- team. Ernie started his career in the Badgers the contest should develop
f fall of 1918, when as a freshman he into a pitcher's battle with the advant-
r rplayed center on Yost's eleven which age going to the team which is able
- went through the year. without defeat. to produce the most timely hits.
Vick played four years on the grid Probable lineups for today are
r teams and in all of his playing, time Ohio State Michigan
- was never taken out for the Wolver- Fesler, ss Uteritz, ss
m ine pivot man and in addition he was Matusoff, 2b Wimbles, 2b
- honored in his first year by selection Volk, 3b Knode, lb
s as All-Conference center, while last Shaw, of Vick, c
- fall he was chosen by Walter Camp Bauman, If Shackleford, rf
as -ceilter on his mythical Al-Amer- 'Hawk, rf Kipke, cf
ican eleven. Vick's ability on the Lyden, lb Paper, 3b
I gridiron has been matched by his play Workman, c Roby, if
s on the diamond when in two seasons Cotter, p Liverance, p
behind the bat he has been generally
credited as the ba st college catcher in UAN P
the Big Ten. Ernie will report to the
St. Louis Cardinals after the close of B '
the Conference season.TflPVTITLE QT
Milt Dixon, Dick Schultz, and Eddie I TIMES
.AiKlein have each played two years on
Fisher's baseball nine. In that time When Detroit Eastern and Detroit
Dixon and Schultz have hung up en- Northwestern tied for first place in
viable records as hurlers, while Klein tannual Univrsityo Michigan i
as alternatedinthe outie. Short terscholastic last Saturday the state
.~ ~ Wimbles has played but one year on track and field pennant was taken to
the Varsity. He stepped into a vacan- Detroit for the eighth time, a compar-
cy on the keystone sack this year and ison of the records of the various
has acquitted himself in a highly meets since they wer. started in 1898
< satisfactory manner, allows.
Buckeyes Going Strong Detroit Central has won the state
Ohio State comes to Ferry field witb championship three times, while the
LIVERANCJE IS SLATED TO PITCH a string of recent victories. The Buck- University of Detroit High has been
against the Ohio State nine at Ferry eye nine was not fortunate in the victorious in an equal number of con-
field this afternoon in tie game that opening games and met defeat at the tests. Detroit Northwestern held the
will close the BigTen season hands of most opponents, but since undisputed title last year and was
mid season St. John's men have playd expected to repeat this season, but
an improved game and have been was obliged to divide the honors with
Millar, '20, Returning to Ann Arbor stumbling blocks for the best teams. Eastern.
Bruce Millar, '20, has accepted a Last week the were scheduled to play Of the 22 meets held so far Michi-
position on the editorial staff of the Illinois at Urbana, but rain interfer- gan schools have won 12. University
Ann Arbor Times-News, and will take red with the game. At Columbus the High, of Chicago, has taken the pen-
up his duties here on June 15. Mil- Illini won by a scant margin of one nant outside the Wolverine state on
lar at present holds a position in the run, several occasions.
state publicity department,at Lansing. Livy to Face Cotter In but one other year have two
During his senior year in the Univer- Captain Cotter, who has been the schools tied for first place. That was
sity, Millar was managingeditor of the ace of the 0. S. U. mound corps, will in 1900, when Ann Arbor and Grand
Michiganensian. Rapids Central made an equal num-
ber of points.
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liter. Other maes'Cnta SadadTie
at attractvepres. Central Standard Time. All freshman milers and two
Seeusbeforeyoubuy (Slow Time.) milers who Intend to run cross {
Leave Ann Arbor for Adrian at 8:45 country next year will report to J
We by good usedatypewriters, a in., 12:45 p. in., 4:40 p. m daily ex- the Ferry field club house be-
Many leave their nmachines with us tee3an SocokaydyI
during the summer to be stored, clean- cept Sundays and holidays. tween 3 and 5 o'clock any dy
ed or 4epaIred and ready for use when Sundays and holidays, 12:45 p. in. and cross country shoems
the fall term openss 6:45 p. . [ The following named men
0. .ypMORRIILL, 17 Nickels Arcade. Ishould also report: Ilealcl ,
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HOFFMAN Is EXPECTED TO STAGEI.
a great battle with Angiers, of Illin-1
pis, for the javelin suprermcy hir
the Conference meet at Iowa ' City
this afternogn. In the recent dual
meet with Illinois here he defeated
the Suclker star with a toss of 200
feet, breaking the Ferry '#eld recgrd
by 18 feet,
Intramural Items
Zeta Beta Tau 4efeated Delta Jpsia
Ion in the final gape of the interfra-
ternity tennis tournament yesterday
after a hard played match. This de-
feat planes Delta Upsilon in tentl
place in the interfraternity standig
for the year
Moc1echnie is the winner f 1-All
campus horseshoe singles instead aof
Croxton as was announced in yes-
terday's Daily.
-In the All-Campus tennis 4quhleq
Jerme-Jerome, 2$6, met Duwni4l-
Zook, 63, and Lang-Coats, 1457°,
meet Segall-Rogk, 1391, The winner
of these- matches will play lerriam-
Underwood, 131. All of these Ramer -
must be played today.
Invite Bids for City Schools
As the bond issue for the city
schools was favorably voted upon
Thursday night, bids for th new
building and the additions to be made
on two others will be advertised for
within a short time. The new school
building will be in Burns park, while
the additions are to be made to the

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