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SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1925

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Michigan's nine played fast ball in I EiG
the: field, Coleman's slip in the eighth
being the only error. However, In the first inning, Cherry made'a
Guzy 's remarkable( pitching was too vain attempt to get a foul off
much for the losers, who had men on sle's bat, crashing into the grand
bases in only two innings, the first Istandi~ as the ball grazed his "glove. :
anti seventh, ,when they threatened to 1 The crowd gave him a good hand.
score. Haggerty contributed two of ____
the: fielding -features of the tilt, oner Afte~r a. hard run to deep right field,
beigthilaytheonther m in thef in thie fourth Ryrholm robbed Black"1
eigthwhie te ohercam intheRacey of a sure double by his catch
sixth when lie made another difficult lalo1w bard hit fly.
stop and throw to retire Emerson.
Ryrholm, back at his usual position In the Michigan half of the fourth, j
in Tight field, spoiled a double for
Ra~ey n te ourh fam whn h IRyrholm connected solidly with one
illof Guzy's pitchestandrstartednihe ;
pulled in his drive after a hard run.Ithe general irectiond ofargteldI
Racey, catching for the Gophers, lmthe eneamiectiof rizytsfrelu db
made several great catches of highbuSmtcaeo zys'suey
fouls, two of which lhe took off thre making a leaping catch of the ball
fence behind the plate. Jablonowski for the third out.
and Giles suffered from the two
plays. In the "lucky" seventh Jabby
Yesterday~s defeat reduces Michi- pitched seven consecutive strikes.
gan's chances 'for 'a Conference IThe eighth pitched ball, which was
championship to almost nothing. also good was turned into a hit 'by
With an even break in the six gaines, Emerson, who was put out the next
played to ola,{e anol five more contests minute when he tried to steal secon'd
sclieohied; it is "almost beyond hope jlbase.
that tl,6 Wolveries will win the flag.
1NXF,$TA Hlaggerty got the first and only hitj
AB R I-I 0 A E~ of the game off Guzy in th'e seventh
Foote, of... ...... 1 2 1 0 1 frame. It was a single through
Guzy, p.......4 0 1 0) 1 0 third base.
Ascher, ss.........4 0 0 2 2 0
Christgau,' rf....... 4 0 1 3 0 0 George Hjaggerty executed the
Racey, c .......... 4 0 0 10 0 0 fielding feature of the game in the
Smnith, 1lb.......4 0 0 5 0 0 eighth, when lie picked up Christ-
Mason, 2b ......... 3 0 1 1 3 0 ganu's grounder on a dead run toward
Hall,; 3b ............2 0 1 3 0 1 pitcher's box, and made a perfect
Emerson, If..........0 0 2 0 0 throw to first without straightening1
--------------up, getting his man by inches. C

GereSisier Stages
I Comeback.

With HeavyHitnVBI' 0f8
eUlllI flE[EATMfl

Chicago, Mbay 1U.- George Sisler, Louis Fonseca, former Cincinnati
staging the 'most remarkable come-1 Red. is hitting well since, Joining the
backof he 12~ ennnt rce,~asPhillies and is sticking close to the
chalengd te tn liersforbatingleaders, batting fifth with .389.. Ban-
chalengd te tp lner fo bati c('oft of iBostoni is fourth with .391.
honors of the American league. ! Cabby Hlartnett of Chicago added an-
-The famous pilot of the St. Tymois other hiome run to his string and is
Brows, he verges elese~ toleIading witht nine, Will Hornsby next
reaveal, is batting fi fthi with an aver-wnit h six and Fou rnier third with five.
age of .413 and is determined to seta IOneo of the outstanding feats in
new major league record held by him i itting dring' the week was ccom-
self for safe hitting in c(on1secuitive Plis~hIU by George Burns 'of the Phil-,
games. Sinc~e tae start of the race, I ies=. The fornmer 'Ied -andl Giant bag-i
Sisler has collected 50 hits, an aver- ed ia dozen doubles.
age of almiost - two for each game._________
Thiese figures are based on game:; j. ol
ilerinetabsh fedesda..LAhltis)1 l
ildngestaboshfedne ecda for 1 "
consecutive hitting in 1922 wheoa - ~ ~ ~ ,c
smshdthrough 41 games 1,r'ore American L a u
failing to connect safely. I ~p to to-1
day Sisler has hit safely in 30 con.-
tests. I(:milslMack's Athletics have upset
Sammy Hale of the leading Atiblot - the baseball standling by winning
ics is setting the pace for thle batters eight, games in a row, thus taking and{
with an average of .437. Severhd, vet-1 eccurelY holding first place in they
eran catcher with the Browns, is sec-
ond with .423, with Tv Cobb third with! American Leagule. Last year at!
.420. this~ time the Athletics were in the
Sinimons of the Athletics and Ken ;colr and stayed there until .July.
Williams of St. Louis a v t ied in IThe 'other three first division clubs,1
honie runs with six apiece. Cobb has last ear at this point of the race,
not been able to add~ to his five whichj were in the secoind(livision.
lihe collected in two dlays of toil. Elffective pitching, rather than hit-
Johnny Mostil of the White Soxt ins or fielding ability, has carried
failed to add to his string of stolen~ the Athletics to the top of the league
bases, but his 13 is far in excess of. standing. Rommel, Gray and Harris,
his rivals, have been consistenly good since the
Other leading batters: Combs. Nw I start of the season, and if they can
York, .414; Boone, Boston, .400; Bar-'i hold up the Athletics will be in the
rett. Chicago, 400; Hleilmann. Detroit1 thick of the race right down to the
.383; Paschal, New York, .380; M(,., final day of the season.
Niulty, Cleveland. .380. Although Detroit has improvedl
There is a familiar rn to the greatly since. the start of the season
names of the tr'io hitig aov I.0 her pitching staff has not been able
in the National league-Fournier ofJtso oldoRtmeliGht-handerrhom
Brooklyn and H-Iornsby and flott onley i JseDye h ih-adrwo
of St. Louis. Fournier is leading with Detroit secured from Trfon~to, pitched,
:43. ornby fllig ffslihtygoodl ball against Rommel last
.43. Hrnsy, falingoffslihtl. Thursday, but not quite good enough
is batting .411, three points above his to combat the kind of pitching Rom-
teammate, Jimmy Bottom by. 211dlvrd
_______________________________ Doyle received splendid fielding
suIport, anid had the Tigers sup-
MEDAL WINNEIIS I (ported other pitchiers as well as they
Ij suppiortedl Doyle last Thursday they
I I ilK of .4' hn1..- V.-... o-... i-- .- .

Wol6verines Kneoniitr 'Little Triouible~
3 Ivith 1Ifliols anal Purdue
Mich igan's. Varsity golf team comi-

i ]BY Wv. if. S.
The following must be played off In the Illinois-Michigan track
thyf Monday, MI~ay 18,' and have their meet at Urbana yesterday, Northrup,
4 scores in by 5:3 o'lock of the same star sophomore of Coach Farrell's
jday: Pekkala 6471, vs. Goldberg 3936; squad, replaced Brooker, formier cap-
L. Eisenberg 4752 vs. Norton 21237.
taro of this year's team, in the pole
Winners' in the all-campus swim- vault and won the event with a vault
ming meet should call at the Intra- of 12 feet 6 inichmes.- Michigan has

posedl of Hloldsworth, F'eeley, Lehniaan I mural office for their awards immed- Dcbei well represented inthis event
enetad' Glover, returns today from their iately. The winners are: Aldrich, in the past years and it looks as
long trip. As 'predicted the Wolver- N Patterson. 011, Maveety, Power, Ant- though Coach Farrell will be little
Ines 'will arrive with two more vie- zak,. and Louber.wriedaotheplvutfrte
next few years.
tories added "to their already formid-
able string. CLASS BASEB$ALL Notrpthe h javelin the
(fin'T~ursay amath ws plyed Folowng i th lit oftheremin-record distance of 200 feet 5 inches,.
OnTusa. athwshlydI FollowingkissthealstsofhtheCrnnerin-e
against the - llini at Urbana which ing class baseball games: Monday, Ti aksrassteCneec
gave the Michigan liftksmen their "lay 18, 4:30 o'clock-Medi'cs vs. Dents; eodo 9 et1 - nhsmd
(third by Angler of Illiniois in 1923. The
hrdvictory in as many starts. Fri- ,Tuesday, 4 o'clock- Sophomore eng-,1j Wolverine star has been increasing
day the feat was duplicated when ineers vs. Soplioniore lits;. Wednesday, hsdsac l pigadmymk
Professor -Truebloodl's men lhandlily Junior engineers play the Dents if thejahsneitamweolsroinandeaCyomae
defeated the ' Purdue team at Lafay-! Dents win their game Monday. The 'fence meet in June.
ette. The Illini were defeated 15-9 f winner of Tuesday's game and 'the Awing to the slow track Reinke,
I and the IBoilermiakers suffered a 14-10 Iwinner of Wednesday's will meet in time star half miler covered the distance
setback. 1 final Thursday. Because of the short-
I nes o noexcses illbe c-}n the slow time of 2:09. In the Ohio
These victories put Michigan un-F eso time, n xue wl ea-nimeet the Michigan star made the fast
{ nestioniably at the top of- the stand- cpefoatamntperigwnr
in.1lni1a eue opsescet~ o emntapaigwe time of 1:5 4 4-5.
in. llnoswa rpuedt pssssithey have a game scheduled. Dehiart Hubbard came a little
a strong aggregation and their loss --- closer to the world's record in his
proves the excellence of the fplay offI FRATERNITY BASEBALL favorite event whew. lie made a leap
H-oldsworth and his cohorts. * Purdue l The following teams have won their 'of 25 feet 1 1-4 inches in the broad
thanecedthe u uIllinoisfghtI greusensbaenalnPhiChi Alphaump Mu, eeDeltae hiUpsilhe11InanSigmalioiPhins madelph au leap pslof S25a feetad a1-2 of2inches.2inceTheh
{There will be a miatch with thei Phi Sigma Kappa, Delta Sigma Phi, Wolverine flash has seriously threat-
team representing Detroit College on' PiK h abaKp n obektewrdsmr o
*May 23, but no Conference match willPh Kappa Sigma,PhlLmd a-edtobakhewr's akfr
pa, Delta Sigma Delta, Tan Delta Phi,, the last two years and is due to sur-
be participated in by the Ann Arbor Beta Theta Pi.I pass the present niark this year.
team until June 12 on which late the The following games in the eimina- Hubbard is the only man in the
team journeys to thme Windy City for tion series are scheduled for Monday,, country who has consistently jumped.
a match with the Maroon squad. Mar8 :5oclc-imn , vr2 et
Th o f r n e c a p o s i s wl a .: 4 1 'l c - i m n ,o e 4 f e.also be held in Chicago starting on Sigm a, Alpha M u vs. Delta Upsilon;
June 16. At the present rate. Michigan 5 15 o clock-diaimond 1, Beta Theta enO T LL
shoud coe thoughwithboththePi vs. Phi Chi; diamond 2, Delta Kay-Ir rnn
indvual andeteamughtites.aHhdt pa Epsilonvs Phi Beta Delta; dia-' T IIS E
woteetindividua ea -iles ol m aond 3, Phivs Lambda Kappa, vs. P hi ra~niTffl urr
KapparSigmapdiamond 4nTanvidualIchampionH
or the Western Conference, should!KpiavSiDela;SigmaoPidi aulamn5, T1 IIEN*IfTH I El
have little trouble in gaining the hon-I ig Phi vs. Delta Sigma Delt da.od5
ors for a second time. The teanm wiligm h v.Dlt imaDla Philadelphia, May 16.-More than
not encounter much difficulty in cap-I 800 athletes, nearly twice as many as
turing the team honors which Chicago ID EN NTBS AL Ian y preceding year, are entered for
now possesses. SceuefrMnay a 8 :scompetition in the Middle Atlantic
Michigan now leads the Conference.o'lc-imn 1, ofs's Wr states track ai-d field meet to be held
Chicago has not been defeated as yet, riors vs. Nighthawks; diamond 2,, at\. Haverford college, May 23. The
but has only participated in two Yankees vs. Newark Stars. [ entry list has just been colsed.
Imatches. Both Illinois andl Purdue Union college, with a squad of 50,
have one set back against them. FRATERNITY 1104RSIMUES leads in the number of entries. A
INorthwestern has lost three, Ohio The following games in the elimina- Union athlete, Nadeau, also has the
ttvo, and Indiana has been twice de- tionm series must be reported to this distinction of being entered in the
ffeated. office by 5:30 o'clock Monday, May 18: greatest nuilmber of events. He will
____________________i Kappa Nu vs. Phi Gamma Delta; Sig- comipete in eleven of the fourteen
Patronize Dally Advertisers - iti ma Clii vs. Alpha Rho Chi; Theta Kap- events, leaving out only the high
pays.-Adv. pa Psi vs. Sigma Alpha Mu. jump, broad jump and po01e vault.

Totals ..........32 1
Giles, 2b ........4 0
Pucklewartz, of .. ..4 0
H-aggerty, 3b.......4 0
Ryrhmolm, rf...... .3 0
Coleman, If ........3 0
Dilman, ss .........3 0
Wilson, 1b1)........ 3 0
Cherry, c.........3 0
Jablonowski, p .. ..3 0

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Racey snuffed an attempted Wol-
verine rally in the ninth, when he
caught Giles foul fly as he hit the
grand stand.
Presentation of a medal and $1,000
cash prize to Dazzy Vance, Brooklyn[
pitcher, votedth ie league's most val-
uable player last year, will feature
Brooklyn's gold:;n jubilee celebration
May 19.
Young Jim Rice, son of the former
coach of Columbia crews, who is now
assistant to Joe Wright at the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania, is to enter
Columbia this fall.

Score by innings:

J0 0 1 27 14 1


teaum that took p~art in the box-
ing show can get their medals
by calling for them at the In-
tramural office.
Freshman groumpI basketball
chianmpionis can also get thmeir
medals at the same office.

would tie munch higher in time race.
Wisconsin wvil sendh two crews into
the intercollegiate regatta at Pough-
keoj~ie, N. Y., this year for the first
time. They will appear in the varsity
ay trd fi'eshnmenmra ces.

123 456; 739-T'
Minnesota............ 000 001 000-1
Micbigan .........000 000 000-0
Summary : Two base hit: Foote.
Stoleni base: Foote. Struck out: by
Gruzy 5; Jablonowski S. Base on
b~ails: off Jablonowski 1. Wild pitch:
Jablonowski. Left on bases: Minnm-
esota 5; Michigan 3.

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