10NINE BEATS Bo CR ' Cia A R H POA E
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summary $tgr, rf .......4 0 1 0 '0 0
Crst Inning: 31chigan. Giles AfW&ed Jabbly, p ,.... ,......3 0 1 1 3 0
o center. Kipke was safe on first
ri Matusoff threw wild from frt. , Totals.... ..... 33 3 7 24 10 2
limian was safe at first when Wal-:
'muffed Miller's throw,,Kipke go- 'lio State ABR 14PO AE
o third on the play. Blott knckt- .Vratusoff, 3b ......4 0 1 0 3 1
siacrifice fly to Dempsey, 'scoriig l e f.....401100
I. Haggarty was out, Dempe401100
~~~~OnrniohtPYICafleron, ss.......200 1 0
tkir. One ru , n 1114 "wo W alther, lb .......3 0 0 12 1 1
trst failing: Ohio State. Matoff iRoleson, if........4 1 0 '6 0 0
afe at first when Diliman in ffed Saian, f ,.....4 1 0 '0 0 0
grounder. A sacrifice failed to DIekpsey, 2b....3 1 1 3 .3 0
It when 'Klee hunted foul. Klee SMrat 4c..... ,.... 2 0 0 1 0 0
~out. Cameron walked., Wather Miller, p.... .. ...3 1 2 1 1 0
out, Jabonowski to Wilson, both -----
ers advancing. On "a close play, Totals .. ,......29 4 5 27 11 2
l8on was out at first Haggerty
Olson, No rains, no ihft, one r By innings-
Ohio State .....00 0 30 010x-4
cond .inni4: illhigan. Dillman ilchigan.....1 1 1 0 0 0 0~ 0 0-3
but, Matusoff to Walther. Wilson Three base hits, Miller; two base
Ied to right center.; Ste ger flied its, Jabby, Klee; base on balls, off
to Robertson. Wilson scred on Jabby 5; struck out by Jabby 7, Miller
lonowski's double to deep right. 1; double plays, Dilman to Wilson
s .was out, grounding out to Demp- 2. Umpires Schuler and Shade
One run, two hits, no errors.
,cond Inning: Ohio State~ Kipke
e a" beautiful running catch on Seventh iihing, Michigan: Dempsey
lan's fly to deep center. Dempsey threw out to Jabonowski. Giles flied
4' out. Marts walked. Miller out to Cameron. Kipke flied out to
du the inning by striking out. No Robeson. No runs, no hits, no errors.
a no hits, no errors. Seventh innig, Ohio State: Miller
Ard Inning. Mihigan: Kipke sin- tripled to deep center.- Matusoff
to left, Bachmnan sacrificed, Wal- grounded out to Dillman. Klee dou-
to Dempsey. °Blott grounded out, bled down the right field foul line,
rilther, Kipke going to third. Hag- Miller scoring. Giles threw out Ca-
y beat out a bunt on squeeze play. eron. Jabby threw out Walther. Oe
e scored. Haggerty was injured rnn, two lilts, no errors.
:ng to first, Blott running for him. Eighth inning, Mi1chigan: Bachman
nan was out, Marts to Walther. singled over second. Robeson made a
64n two hits, no errors, running catch from Blot's long fly
hird inning. Ohio State: Matusoff to left. Matusoff threw out Haggerty,
led. Klee struck out, for the sec- Bachmlan going to second. Dillman?
'time. Jabby threw out Cameron. ended the innting by lining to Cameron.
ims, no hits, no errors. No runs, one hit, no errors.
urth inning, 3fichigan: 'Wilson Eighth inning, Ohio State: Robeson
out, Cameron to Walther. Steger went out, Giles to Wilson. Saman
out an infield hit. Dempsey threw struck out. Dempsey, flied out to
Fabonoski Stgertakng ecod.Bachman. No rns, no hits, no errors.
s popped out to Cameron. No Ninth, Richigan. Wilson flied out
, one hit, no errors. to Robeson. Steger Panned. Jabby
mirth inning, Ohio Stalie: Wather popped out to Matusoff. No hits, no
ted. Robeson was safe at first and ;runs, no errors.
her at second' when Dillman ___________
rped Wilson's throw. Slaman hit Washington, May 17.-The banks of
Haggerty, who touched Walther
ng into third. Dempsey singled the -Potomac river were swept by a
rght scoring Robeson. Slamati flod in this section yesterday which
rig third. Dempsey went to 'set- brought the highest water levels since
on the throw-in. Marts fouled 189, the year of the Johnstown dis-
to "Blott. Miller singled tlfl'ough a4ter.
pitcher's box scoring Slamnan and
Epsey., Matusoff beat out a slow
eider to first.; Klee went out, Wl-'
to Jabby. Three r'uns, three hits,
fth PI nnlng, Mkichigan: Kipke flied
to Robeson, Miller threw out4
man. Bloatt grounded out to1
Gsoff. No runts, no hit, no'erroirs.1
WI iniilhi, Ohio Suite: Cameron
ed, Walther lined to Diln in,;
doubled Camueron at first. 'Roe-
popped out yto Dilinan. No itub,1
lis o e~o si'ti lnniig, iehigi sy Haggerty'
ell'out to -Walther Dillman pop-
to, Miller,. Wilson sin ledl to left.
er popped ot. to C amron. NoAl
one flit, no errors.
dli jining, Ohio State: Slam an
ci out. Dempsey walked. 'Marts;
to lkiitan Who doubled l 4emp-s:'"
at .first. No .runs, ino its, nor f
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PHI I6MAKAPP 'VASITY TO MET GilbertlKeeps, AST OFR
WIlNS FIR-ST PLACE ENTNITEM aeeo Wins Doubles fEAT URJ
I J T1~ ST 9 J Gleto Kalamazoo Central re-
-~ Vi~itr.taR:et the singles title which he Won
Scores 44 Points Iii Interfraternifyty oi? ate One ofth Besaast year's meet, by beating Baur of SM amp BIiolernikrs, 22-2, akir
feet; Ileta ThetaL P3'our Outits ill Eastern jErie, Pa., in the annual open Inter-1 All But One
Places Second Cirtles scholastic tennis tournament yester-1 Batch
---IIE OE day afternoon at the Ferry field
SHEPPAM), S YDERILAND)ITAL" CLiMIV tf4l:OE couits, while IBaur and Smith of Erie ,NWIN11 PRIOVES IHANDICAP T
i STAR F'ORRES1PECtTIVIE TEASI)QUE6SSE ANI) BUCKNELL Pa., took the doubles championship TASTIOJiOI L
______ ~irorln Lmn and Segal of Mietrolt Nor-
Ph im ap opdaa ih;Michigan's Varsity tennis squad will themn. andicapped by a high wind w:i
be facing one of the strongest court Gilbert playing his usual steady and which, they were forced to copec
the annual outdoor Interfraternity outfits in ih e ,East when it crosses cautious game proved a match for~ every hole, Mlichigan's Varsity golfer
track meet yesterday morning at Fer- I racquets w;"ti th th Penn State' repro- Baum wvho had been playing remark- defea.ted1 the P'urdlue team by the d
ry field, accumulating 44 points. Betta cntaties tomloirolw afternoon at Fer- 3 able tennis up until the finals and who cisive score of 22-2 yesterday at tl
Theta Pi nosed out Theta Chi for sec- ry field.i blcw, up when he faced the champion. Ann Arbor countr'y club.
IThe Erie star fell before the steady ' Captain Smith defeated Captain Bi
ond place by two points, the respective Penn has been especially fortunate attack and impregnable defense of! ler of Purdue in the number oz
scores being 24 and 22. in trounding out a more formidable Gilbert and at no period of the match match.- In the remaining matche
Alpha Rho Chi placed fourth withl I squad than usual this year and in their Wes there any doubt as to the outcome,I Quirk beat Taylor, Brodemick be,
14 points and the other teams finished fis wotlsyfteyerhvecm, 6-2, 6-3, 6-0 being the final reckon- IGCude,, and Holdlsworth' defeated Mul
in the following order; Phi Clhi, 6 through. with wins. In the first match Jing. The title holder played a careful phy. In all of these matches,. t
points, Delta Tan Delta, 5 points ,, Tri1 -i of the season the Lions dlefeated Du- !game throughrout the entire tourna- Michigan golfers took three poin1
gonl, 3 points, Delta Tan Upsilon2 quesne University 3-0 in a meet that menit relying on the errors of his op- each, shzutt~ng out the Boltlermnaker
points and Phi Sigma D~elta, 1 point, was halted after the first three pnnsrte hno i w ht ur n odwrhhdteb
Summaries: mathso couto'an for' pointers, medal scores of the morning, coveni
100 yard dash: White, Phi Sigmla (~ilg Eucknell last week the Playing in a terrific wind and in "their 18 holes in 76 each.
Kappa, first; Gibbs, Alpha Rho Chi, I Statfe netmen crashed through for clouds of dust the doubles finalists I In the forsomnes, which were pha
second; Phelps, Trigon, third; Weaver, tir first win in four years over the( were forced to confine their play to l ed in the afternoon, the Wolverir,
Beta Theta pi, fourth. Time 10.6. Buclknell court squad. The Lewis- i sow and careful tennis with the re- Iadded to their lead when Capto
220 yard dash: Voelker, Theta Chi, b urg; racqueteers have had little diffi- Jsi that the miatchl was lacking in1 Smith and Holdsworth defeate4 Ca
first; Gibbs, Alpha Rho Chi, second ; culty in disposing of the Nilttany Lions Iitrs.TeDtotr ok teti ilradMrhteBd
NewonPhiSiglraKapa, hir; I~op inpreiou yers ut heyclahedfirst game of th e first set but lost maker pair, and Quirk and Broderb
lin, Phi Sigma Delta, fourth. Timme, with a tarter when they faced this out 6-1 when the Ernie players took r, shut out their opponents, Taylor as
23.4..ya' uft brace and ran through with sixGue
440 yard dash: Gibbs, Alpha Rho Michigan will be lead by Captaini straight games. The secondI set went Bixler and M' urphy made Purdu,
Chi, first; White, Phi Sigma Kappa,± Rorich who has been playing sterling to Zemon and Segal 6-2 while tlhi, only points when they collected tN
second; Robertson, Delta TPan Delta, tennis so far this year. Brick, Hodg- third 6-4, was taken by the Petinsyl. ! counters against their opponent
third; Phelps, Trigon, fourth. Time m lan, Crane, and Vose will complete vanians after three failures to, caps Quirk and lBrodenick made six poln
53.2. Ih squad and judging from form tune thestpitih ia sto ntermth
Half mile: Walsh, Phi Sigma Kappa, ,soe odt h ovrnswl the match, went to Baur and Smit.j
first; Chase, Theta Clhi, second; Lauiri ae tht on frte1atr who speeded up play when it started "Jmi h dae"slsayth:,
t .,..w ",.., r t. o , 4,_,.3 . r oI Su d.., ,:., A -
FROSH N OIAYOND
Wa1',lk With Bases Full In Last Half
OJf Ninith W1ins ('41,11e for
Rieserv es, t9-
E:N'TIRE CONTEST FILL~ED.
WITH FREAKISH VPLAYING
In a game featured by errors and
freak plays the Varsity reserves de-
feated the Freshman squad by the
score of 9-8, before a Fathers Day
crowd yesterday afternoon on Ferry
The reserves started scoring ini the
third inning when, with two out, Denig
was walked by Palmer, lie stole sec-
o nd and came home on a hit by the
next man. Parker, the next man up
singled and the man on first scored
on the catcher's error. The next man
was caught napping off first and the.
inning camne to a close the reserves
leading 2-0. In the sixth fralme ,Fish-
er's aggregation scored two snore runs
making the score 4-0.
By errors on the parts of the Var-
sity seconds the Freshmen scored two
runs in the seventh inning and in the
eighith they shoved across two more,
tying the score.
In the first half of the ninth inning
by steady batting, the Freshmen scor-
d foutr runs' putting them in the
1 4d 8-4, but when the reserves came
up 'in their half of the frame they
scored four runs and then with bases
full1 the Freshman pitcher walked
K enya, scoring the winning run or
berry, Bieta Tneta i, tnird; Grab,
Theta Beta Pi, fourth. Time, 2: 13.
Mile: Stoddard, Phi Sigma Kappa,
first; Chaddellee, Phi Sigma Kappa,
second; Banister, Theta Chii third;
(Continued on Page Eight) ,
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