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With a record of five victories and j a, tally for Michigan when he hit a
two defeats, the Varsity baseball team home run in the third inning. Wilson.
ended its annual spring training trip Miller, and Kubicek each got two hits
yesterday with a game with Ohio Wes- 'andwere mainly reeponsible for the
!tamlyan university at Delaw'are, 0. The scores in the last three innings.
ea will rest today in preparation Richard Ruetz ascended the mound
for the opening game of the season for Michigan in,. the fifth game; of the
with Michigan State college tomorrow. tour allowing Mercer eight scattered
-Michigan took the field against the i hits which netted them two runs, while
University of Kentucky on April 10 his mates collected 12 hits for a total
without having played a full game outlof ten runs and their fifth successive
of doors but in spite of this handi- i victory. The Wolverines continued
cap the Wolverines won 13 to 8. Jab- their heavy hitting, Kubicek gettting
lonowski worked the first four inn- two homers while Wilson, Friedman,
ings for Coach, Fisher and Miller and Pucklewartz each got a four base
Spitched the last five. sBothhurlers gotj hit.
off to a poor start but improved as Although Harlan Walter allowed
the game progressed. The Maize and the University of Georgia nine buti
Blue team amassed a total of 12 hits, four hits, the Southerners took advan-
Don Miller getting four of them, and tage of Michigan's misplays to handi
Pucklegwartz and Lang each getting the Wolverines their first defeat of
two hits. the season 6 to 1. The game was mar-
tOn April 12 Michigan won the sec- red throughout by errors, Michigan
ond game of the tour from Vanderbilt, making seven and Georgia six, but the
9 to 6. In this game Coach Fisher misplays of the Wolverines allowed
made a change in his infield shifting the Georgians to score, while such was
Kubicek from third base to second, not the case when the Georgia nine
Neville was benched and Friedman made mistakes.
was stationed at the hot corner. Don The Maize and Blue nine again suf-
Miller continued his heavy slugging, fered defeat on Saturday at the hands
which featured the opening contest, of ,Georgia losing 11 to 1. Jablonow-
by getting a homer, a triple, and a ski was not in the form he exhibited
single. Pocklewartz had a perfect in his previous appearance, allowingI
day at bat with a homes and a single 10 hits in six innings. Miller pitched
out of two official trips to the plate. the last three innings and held Geor-
Harlan Walter performed on the Jgia hitless.
mound for the Wolverines and allow-
ed but six scattered hits. His wildnessnnnr
caused him some trouble in the fifthJ
inning when the Tennessee team scor-
ed four runs, but Michigan retained
the lead throughout the game throughiSOUTH DURING ACTION
heavy hitting.

0 ST A RT T ODAY
FIRST CALHutchins Calls
'Candidates'
F R LIN;G NIE For Tennis Teaml
All candidates for Freshman base- All men who expect totry out for
bal to atnbas the Varsity tennis team are to report'
ball are to report at 3 E'tlock today to YProf. H. C. Hutchins this week at 1
to Coach Mather at the «?ld house, Ferry field. Coach Hutchins desires
bringing their own unifor.: and as large a squad as possible and asks
equipment. Locker assignments will all to come out who have any tennis
be made at this time. ability whatever.
A large squad of candidates for Workouts will be confined to the
battery positions reported for prac- concrete courts for the present be-
tice before the spring vacation. Of a cause the persisting cool weather has
group of 25 pitchers only one man is not permitted the conditioning of the
a southpaw. Five men are trying for clay courts.
the receiving positions. Four of the The team will be built around the
pitchers, Gilmartin, Asbeck, McAfee, nucleus of three veterans remaining
and Nissen, have ben showing consid- from last year's squad. They are
erable ability. The first two are Capt. Earl Krickbaum, Dick Crane,
large men, being well over six feet I and Jim Vose. Krickbaum had his
in height. tonsils removed last week and has not
These four of the yearling men have been able to practice since, but he
already won numerals in other sports, f will probably be in shape this week.
Gilmartin, McAfee and Nissen having 11Before his operation "Krick" had been I
won theirs on the . basketball squad, showing excellent early season form
while Asbeck won his in wrestling and and it is expected that he will be
football. playing near his best against Michi-
Practice will be held on South gan State. Vose came back a few days
Ferry field if weather conditions re- early from his vacation and went
main as they have been the past few through two hard workouts Friday
days. and Saturday showing some fine ten-
nis.
Baseball clubs have been organized
in many cities of southern Wales, the Cardiff, where the United States had a
game having taken a firm hold inl large supply depot during the war.
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The following day Michigan won the
second game from Vanderbilt, 7 to 0,
behind the almost perfect pitching of
Jablonowski who allowed but two hits.
Jabby was aided by timely hitting and
fast fielding, and the Wolverine team
gave their best exhibition of°baseball
this season. Captain Wilson was the
'star of the contest getting 'three hits
all of them doubles, inserting a acri-
fice, and handling 15 chances without
an error.
Michigan won her fourth successive
game on April 14 by defeating Mercer
9 to 2 behind the pitching of Don Mil-
ler who allowed but six scattered
hits, struck out seven batsmen and is-
sued but two passes. Wilson scored

E. E. Wieman, assistant director of
intercollegiate athletics, coached
spring football at Vanderbilt duringI
the past week. While, there he wit- 4
nessed the Varsity baseball team in
a game against Vanderbilt.
Returing north, he spoke at a meet-
ing in Louisville, Ky. where he heard
the Varsity glee club sing. After the
meeting, he continued his journey to
Columbus, 0. where he met the track
team, traveling to Ann Arbor with
them.'
The New York Giants of 1906 scored
26 consecutive victories during the
season.

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