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American
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Detroit ..:.....16 16 0
St Louis '........1 14 5
Dauss, Moore aid Bassler and Man-
ion; Wright, Bayne, Elliot and Sev-
Sered.
Washington..............6 9 2
Philadelphia..............4 16 1
Zachary and Gharrity; Remmol, Og-
den, Harris and Perkins.I

Isbell, Bowien. DavFi an#1 Rc-aricli
Four _-1ile Toa-f' t o o ~
Dralie Meet

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AmiIerican League
Chicago at St. Louis.
Detroit at Cleveland.
Washingon at New York,$
National League
New York at Brooklyn.
Pittsburg, at Cincinnati.
'St.Louis at Chicago.
AS THE GUS" SA N! IT'

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"right". The lanky veteran kept,
six hits he allowed fairly scat-
ed and furnished the biggest feat-
of the performance by sending;
en mien back to the bench via the
ee strke route, Michaels, the Buck-
clean-up hitter, and 'orkman
mg twice each.
Vorkmian, too, must be credited with
ae pretty work. He held Michigan1
ive scattered hits and had he been
sented with a firmer background]
ht have come through on top of
heap. Neither pitcher donated a
e on balls; .butWokrnan crash-
the ball against the. two Wolver-
s for walls togthe irst sack .,
'h fact that Workhian kept the
lverine hits to a minimum need not
considered as indicative of a disap-
iting weakness in Michigan's bat-
section. It is to be noted that
one Michigan player whiffed dur-
the' entire game, every hitter con-
ting with-the ball on every occas-
for a g6od solid blow, save when
:e Paper was picked off by his own
1 tip. The fact, therefore, is rath-
compliment to Ohio's fielding abil-
Klee did particularly brilliant;
k in the field, hauling down eight
and making the most spectacular
h of the game when he raced clear
the left field bleachers for Asl's

|REINKE, CUSHING ROESSER,
JIATTiN1fORF (N 2 MILE TEAM
Although times in the trials for the I
two and four mile teams held yester-
day were withheld by Coach Farrell
it is sufficient to say that both teams<
look strong, with the two mile showing
up better than the four mile teauc.
The 880 men lined up as follows: Hat-
tendorf, Reinke, Cushing, Roesser,
Marsh and R. Gibson.

Chicago .............. ..1
Cleveland. . .........5
Robertson and Schalk; Uhle
O'Neil.
Boston ..................6
New York .~. .. .7
O'Doul, Fullerton, Murray and
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iFor the first lap these runners wereB"y
11 Ubunched but at the finish there were, a ichgn' defeat over Ohio State
four men that were distinctly in theI yesterday afternoon almost did not
I front..Meier imished first; HattenImaterialize. Storm clouds hovered
dorf second, Roesser third, Cushing
nover Ferry field until for an hour be-

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[n Michigan's fielding Bob Knode
d Paper divided honors, althoughl
e latter is charged with one of the
>lverine's two errors. Knode was.
obably the most outstanding of the
o, performing more thpan credit-
ly around the initial sack. Hag-I
rty and Ash, making their first ap-
arances before a Michigan audience,-
I well and Kipke and Shackleford
I all that was expected of them. Ut-
tz made one bobble out of three
ances while Jack Blott came well
the fore in his handling of. the
Lching duties.
Shackleford with a pair of singles,
pke with a double,. and Knode and"
ott wiith singles did the hitting for
e Wolverines. Blott's hit came at al
rticularly auspicious moment to
unt one o'f Michigan's runs as did
ackleford's second bingle.
Klee' and Cameron each banged out
pair of hits for the Buckeyes with
ankenburg and Workman also get-
g one each.
Victory in the first game puts Coach
sher's men off on the right foot. Two
,res face them next week, M. A. C.
ing2 met at Lansing on Wednesday
d Wisconsin journeying to Ann Ar-
r on Saturday.
The line up:
IIO STATE AB R H PO£A E'
,tusoff, 3b.......400 5 1

National -
Philadelphia..............1 9 41
Boston .................14 19 01
Hubbel, Grant, ± Mitchell and Hen'-"
line; Nelson, McNamara, and O'Neill.
New York................ 7 15 11
Brooklyn.. .......... . 0 9 2f
1CMcQUillan and Snyder; Mammaux,1
Dickerson and Deberryi
Pttsburg................6 12 2.
Cincinnati ................12 17 2
Cooper, Kunz, Careson and Schmidt;1
Donohue and Hargrave.1
Chicago..... ...........10 14 1
St. Louis.............. 8 13 1i
Pfeffer and Ainsmith; Cheeves, Rus-]
sel and Hatnett.1
ANNOUMCE ,TEMPORARY
VARSITYTENNIS SQUAD"
After a week of practice on the
Varsity tennis courts on Ferry field
the coach and a committee have an-
nounced the temporary list of men:
who will make the Varsity net squad.1
Nine men comprise the personnel of
the Wolverine. quad as given out yes-
terday including Merkle, Rorick, San-
chez, Zemon, lline, Gregory, Jerome,
Hames, Walbridge.
The coach also announced the men
who will for the present make up
the tennis reserve squad. They in-
elude Greiner, Garber, Segal, Appel,
Hodgeman, Tracy, Wright and Riley.
A round robin tournament will start
tomorrow in both squads which will
be finished sometime this week. This
will give men on the reserve squad a
chance to try for pldaces on the Var-
sity as the'two - high men in the latter
squad will, play the two low men of
the Varsity and if either one of the
Varsity players is defeated his place
will be taken by the man who is vic-
torious over hiri.
Men who have not yet come out for
the team and who desire to do s' may
report any afternoon this week and
at the Varsity courts on Ferry field.
If that check didn't come, let ;"Jim-
mie" sell something for you to tide
you over.-Adv.
Find that lost pin through the clas-,
ifled column.--Adv.
j MANAGER MARES CALL FOR I
I MORE FOOTBALL TRYOUJTS I
More tryouts for assistant
manager of football are needed.
All men wishing to tryout re-
port at Ferry field club house be-
tween 4 and 5 o'clock Monday
afternoon. DONALD McCABE,
Manager.

fourth, Marsh fifth and Gibson sixth. foe game time but just as the umpire
Hattendorf set pace the greater part called "play ball" the sun broke
of the distance with Reinke finishing through the clouds and remained until
in his usual swift manner and taking the third inning.
first. Roesser, who has in 'the past
been a 440 man and has been switch- Liverancetstarted in to work with I
ed by Steve into thie half mile.- squad,- the first pitch the ball going right
shovs promise of being one of the fast- t th f trike. Work
est men that he has in the bunch. I man pitched two balls in the last half
Roesser can stay up well throughout of the frame before putting one over'
the first lay and half of the last, then the pan.
he shows a burst of speed that he has
taken over from his running in the
The first hit of the game came' in
past in the quarter. Reinke, latten- the third inning when Frankenburg
dorf, Roesser and Cushing will make ate tthfgeldfronenase.
strong team and should do well in the sent one to left field for one base.
coning relays. Mike Paper furnished the crowd
The trials in the mile brought out a with considerable amusement when in
larger number of contestants, who !i th nninbe suckmt a in
lined up as follows: Isbell, Davis, the seventh inning e struck at a bal
Bowe, RerickMorgn, Plhams, nd their fell prostrate on the ground',
Bowen, Rearick, Morgan, Pohamus holding his hand to his ear as if pain-
ShenefielO, Cochran and Arndt. At the j ,lly injured. T1heaumps called,
first lap Rearick was - leading with Tyou're ou," and upon hearing this
Davis second and Isbell third,. On
the third and fourth laps Isbell was Mike forgot all about his injured ear
first, Davis second and Bowen third and began arguing with his honor
The finish showed the runners scat- about the decision.
tered with Isbell taking first, Bowen Hoge Workman started out like the
second, Davis third and Rearick fourth. ,,
The only close race was for fourth proverbial "house-afire" and Michigan
man which was hotly contested he- did not connect safely until the fifth
k frame when Shack sent a hot one
only on the home stretch that Rearick through the ifield, starting the rally
was finally able to nose out Polham- le.put the Wolveriesito the
us who lacked a sprint at the finish.]lead.
The trials in the 220 will be heldl
Tuesday afternoon and the trials in
h ,ens ill also be runstuff because of the delaying of the
the special events illas ern
ofe s game, striking out the- first batter in
the fifth stanza and forcing the next
Remember "Jimmie the adtaker's" two men to pop up to the infield.
number-960.-Adv. ,a na - 611a

Intramural Items
Owing to the fact that many of the
professional fraternities cannot playI
baseball early in the afternoon, it.
is necessary to change the fraternity'
baseball schedule. All schedules pre-,
viously announced are null and void
as games will be run off according to
the arrangemet following: Monday,]
April 23, 3:30' o'clock, Delta Chi vs.
K~appa Beta Psi, Delta Upsilon vs.
Latmbda Chi Alpha, Beta Theta Pi vs.
Delta Alpha Epsilon, Theta Delta Chi
vs. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Delta Sigma'
Phi .vs. Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Delta]
Chi vs. Chi Psi; 5 o'clock, Delta Kap-
pa Epsilon vs. Psi Omega, Alpha Kap-
pa Kappa vs. Phi Chi, Alpha Rho Chi
vs. Alpha Sigma Phi, Alpha Tau Ome-
ga vs. Phi Kappa Tau, Masona vs. Phi I
Delta Theta, Trigon vs. Cygnus.
Tuesday's schedule is as follows:
3:30 o'clock, Delta Sigma Delta vs.
Sigma Phi, Phi Sigma Kappa vs. Kap-
pa Nu, Hermitage vs. Delta Sigma Pi,
Delta Tau Upsilon vs. Tau Delta Phi,
Phi Alpha Delta vs. Phi Sigma Delta,
Beta Phi Delta vs. Sigma Chi; 5 o'-
clock, Delta Theta Phi vs. Xi Psi Phi,
Theta Xi vs. Theta Chi, Alpha Chi
Rho vs. Acacia, Alpha Delta Phi vs.
Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Rho Sigma vs. Kap-
pa Sigma, Peers vs. Phi Mu Alpha.
Tennis for the fraternities will open
its season tomorrow and the first
round will continue through the en-
tire week. Each house should get in'
touch with its opponent and arrange
a convenient time for the playing of,
their match. All scores must be
turned into the Intramural depart-
ment by 5 o'clock, Saturday evening,
or the defaulting teams will be drop-
ped from the tournament. Two courts
have been reserved at Ferry field' for
the Intramural department.
I The schedule for the first round is
as follows: Phi Kappa Sigma vs. Del-
ta Kappa Epsilon, Theta Chi vs. Delta
Alpha Epsilon, Phi Gamma Delta vs.
Acacia, Chi Phi vs. Sigma Phi Epsi-
lon, Phi Kappa Tau vs. Iappa Sigma,
Alpha Tau Omega vs Phi Chi, Phi Del-
ta Chi vs. Delta Sigma Delta, Delta
Tau Upsilon vs. Sigma Chi, Sigma
Delta Kappa vs. Delta Chi, Beta Phi
Delta vs. Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Sigma
Delta vs. Trigon, Phi Mu Alpha vs.
Lambda Chi Alpha, Chi Psi vs. Delta
Tau Delta, Phi Alpha Delta vs. Del-
ta Sigma Phi, Theta Delta Chi vs. Xi
The Place you get

Psi Phf, Tan Epsilon Phi vs. Delta IV. H. UTLER WILL ADDRESS
Sigma Pi, 1Iermitage vs. Masona, Al- MEN'S EDUCATONA CI W,
pha Sigma Phi vs. Sigma Phi, Delta;
Theta Phi vs. Phi Beta Delta, Kappa William H. Butler, president of the
Nu vs. Theta Xi, Phi Delta Theta vs.1
Phi Sigma Kappa, Kappa Beta Psi vs. Chamber of Commerce, will addross
Richard club, Alpha Rho Chi vs. Phi the Men's Educational club meettit
Eipsilon P1. - which is to be held at 7:0o'eloek t®"
The following teams drew byes in morrow night in Room 3,06 of the
the above round: Nu Sigma Nu, Beta Union. His topic will be "What the
Theta Pi, Peers, Tau Delta Phi, Cyg- Commercial World Expects of the
nus, Psi Upsilon, Alpha Chi Rho, Al- Public School."
pha Delta Phi. TAnm1.el iA c n
ThN I ittIL~ WL . h i t LlU4 i"

In accordance with a request that
has been made of the Intramural of.I
fice a faculty horseshoe league has il
been formed. Entries for this branch'
of, horseshoe will be accepted be-
tween tomorrow and Friday, April 27.
Two courts will be erected behind
the Education building for the fac-1
ulty's exclusive use, and matches will
probably start a week from tomor-
row.
RHO CHI TO AWARD PRIZE
FOR FRESHMAN SCHOLARSHIP
Rho Chi, national honorary plar-
m'acal society, in accordance with the
plan adopted last year, will again
award a prize of $10 to the first year
student of the College of Pharmacy
who has made the bestscholastic rec-
ord. Students will be judged in He
cordance with the results of the first
semester and of a competitive ex im"
-nation to be held at 9 o'clock next
Saturday in room 300, Chemistry{
building.
The examination questions will bel
along lines of general informati6n as
well as scientific subjects coming
within the scope of first year stu-
dents in pharmacy. Students who de-
sire to take this examination should
notify the secretary of the College of
Pharmacy not later than Thursday.
Get good values cheap, thru the
Classified columns.-Adv.
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when with two men"on base in the
ninth inning he' stopped' a belated
rally by fanning Michaels with the
count three and two and forcing the
next man to ground out ending the
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