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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TlTT SDAY, APRIL 2'7, 19 '6

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DETRIT CONTIN UES
UN LOSING STREAK
4y Cobb Shuffles Lineup In Attempt
To Win Ball Game, But To
No Avail

ut WT TEAM SHOWS
PROMISING FORM
Veterans And New Men Alike Capture
First 'Jatehes; Crane And
I lian Do WellI
PLAY INDIANA MAY 1t

Boston Red Soxj
Strengthened By
Tiger Discards
HE
Former Detroit baseball players
now wearing the uniforms of the Bos-
ton Red Sox seem to have made that
squad fromn a tail-ender into a ba_ _
club that may make trouble for someA
of the other clubs in the circuit be- W. erc.P eague.
fore the season is over. Wk .
In the infield, Fred Haney, th New York...............8 3 .72
scrappy little third basenm, has been Cheea . 8 3.7
playing gilt-edged ball. At hlorsitp, ;Chicago.8 5 .61
Emory "Topper" Rigney, who w, W h.con-.Bost.n7 4
sidered one of the best infield pros Detoit .4 7 3
pects to come into the big leaguesPiaet phi . . 4 7 .3
several years ago, appears to have re- .Luisi . .............4 8 .3
gained the form which marked hisi St. Louis......

MATT MANN ENTERS NATATORS
IN* NEXT YEAR'S NATIONAL MEET :

MANUSH HITS -HOMER
DETROIT.-April 26.-Detroit con-
tinued on her losing streak, losing yes-
terday to Chicago.5-1, despite the ef-
forts of Ty Cobb to avert the disaster
by a shuffling of the lineup.
Heinie Manush replaced Red Wingo1
in left field and Billy Mullen was at
third base in place of Jack Warner.
Johnny Neun was put on first base
again in Blue's place.
Samuel Gibson, right handed re-1
cruit, starting his first game, was
Cobb's choice for pitcher. Opposing
him was Ted Blankenship. Detroit
was off to an early start when Man-I
ush dropped the ball high into thei
right field ,bleachers for a home run
in the first inning. It was the first
four bagger made by a Detroit player
this year and completed the scoring
for the Tigers for the afternoon.
Gibson pitched good ball allowing
the White sox only seven hits but abil-
ity to bunch these bingles gave Chica-
go their runs. The White Sox were
held scoreless for four innings but in
the fifth, after Scott; had walked,
Blankenship doubled off the score
board in center, sending Scott to
third. Harris then tripled to center.
and both Blankenship and Scott romp-
ed home.
Chicago scored twice again in the
eighth on sigles by Collins and Crouse
and a double by Falk. The final mark-
er came in the last inning on two hits
interspersed with a couple of sacrific-
es. Bitter cold weather continued
and only a few people attended the
game.

Despite adverse weather conditions
the Michigan tennis team made a very
favorable showing Saturday when
William Pucklelvartz Michigan State college fell before the
William Pueliewartz, star outfield- Varsity without winning a match.
er who was nissing from the lineup The playing of every man was mark-
in the gai e against the Buckeyes yes- ed by a steadiness that was pleas-
terday due to slight injuries sustained ing for early season form.
I in the Purdue game Saturday. Puckle- The work of Olian was especially
wart's place was filled by Peter Jab- encouraging, for he showed ability
lownoski. which may secure him a position bet-
ter than fifth. Stephens competing
for the first time as a Wolverine
Other Games chalked up a win but has not reached
his best tennis yet. Captain Krick-
SAmerican Le e baum and the other veterans, Crane
AR agueand Vose, played good tennis, this be-
Cleveland 360 000 210-12 14 2ing especially true of Crane who is
St. Louis 000 100 000-1. playing in excellent form at this ear-
Cleveand-Shaute and L. Sewell. ly stage.
St. Luis-Giard, Bolen, Balou and All members of the squad will be
Dixon.I given a tentative ranking within the
xnext two days and regular challenge
matches will be played. Although the
R. H. E. five men who made up the team Sat-
Boston 000 002 000-2 8 1 urday are playing well, it is not al-
Washington 000 221 100-6 15 2 together unlikely that some of them
Boston--Ehmke, Kiefer and Gaston. may be replaced by newcomers be-
Washington-Reuther and Ruel.,I fore the Conference season opens
next Saturday when Michigan meets
Athletics, New York-No game, cold. Indiana at Bloomington.
Thursday afternoon, the Varsity will
National League 'journey to Detroit where the Univer-
R. H. E. sity of Detroit five will oppose them
New York 012 002 000 00-5 9 1 in the last test before Michigan invades
Philadelphia- Big Ten camps. Butler college will
100 002 020 01-6 13 2 engage the Wolverines in another pre-
New York-Scott, Davies, McQuillan Conference meet on the following
and Snyder. Monday "at Indianapolis in what
Philadelphia-Mitchell and Wilson. should be one of the hardest matches
of the year. Butler is noted for her
R. H. E. tennis teams, last year both finalists
St. Louis 200 000 000-2 7 2 in the Conference tourney being But-
Cincinnati 000 000 111-3 7 1 ler men.

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For the first time in its athletic
history, Michigan will be represented
at the national intercollegiate cham-
pionship swimming meet next April at
Iowa 4,niversity, according to an an-
nouncement made yesterday by Coach
Matt Mann. Michigan, while always
active in the tank sport, has never
before sent a team to the national
meet.
Incidentally, the holding of the na-
tional meet at Iowa City will mark
the second time that the swimming
classic has been held in the middle
West, Northwestern university being
host to several hundred natators from
every section of the country last year.
Aside from the fact this will be the
second meet held in the midwest, it
will be the first meet in which the
teams will compete under the new
'rules recently adopted by the National
Intercollegiate athletic association.
Formerly, the national champion-

ship was determined on the number of
individual placed won. Under the new
ruling adopted by the association, the
title will be based on the number of
points won only, irrespective of tp.
number of individual places earned.
The scoring method to be employed
will be similar to that used in track
contests five, three, and one points
going to winners.
The meets, as held in previous years,
tended to emphasize individual star-
ring. Under the new management,
the value of individual stars will be
offset by the co-operation of an en-
tire team to win the championship.
This ruling will meet with general ap-
proval of every coach in the country,,
Cold weather and numerous colds,-
have failed to keep the Harvard crew
from beginning regular river work
for the coming season. The rowing
machines have been abandoned.

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first season with the Tigers. Both I tIdy
men have also been doing creditable Chicago at Detr(
work with the stick. Cleveland at St.
Ira Flagstead, who once roamed the Boston at Wash
Detroit outfield continues to lead the Philadelphia atl
Boston nine with the bat, being one j
of the best lead-off men in the Amer- Natiomn
ican league and a consistent and
heavy hitter. New York ........
Howard Ehmke, who would be wel- Cincinnati.......
comed by most any manager in either Chicago ..........
league, appears to be on the road to St. Louis .........
another successful year on the rubber. Brooklyn .........
Playing with a tail-end club for the Philadelphia .....
past two years, Ehmke has been one Pittsburgh .......
of the most consistent winners in the !Boston .......... .
junior circuit. Given the proper sup- 'Today
port, the tall blonde should turn in Brooklyn at Bos
many a victory for the Red Sox dur- New York at Ph
ing the coming months. Pittsburgh at Ch
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Ifarris, rf ..........5 0
Collins, 2b .........3 1
Sheely, lb ..........2 1
Falk,if .............4 0
Kamm, 3b.........4 0
Crouse, c ...........3 0
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Manush, lf .........4
Pothergill, cf.......4
:Heilman, rf.......4
Mullen, 3b .........2
Warner, 3b ........1
'T'avener, ss........3
Bassler, c ..........3
Gibson, n...........3
Gehringer ..........1

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The sport of horseshoe pitching has
been taken up by Williams college
students. College championships will
be determined in a tournament being
held now.
The Oxford-Cambridge lacrosse
team has cancelled the remainder of
their matches on account of injuries
and sickness among the members of
the team.

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Total..........32
Gehringer batted for

1 7 27 14 0
Mullen in 7th.

Two-base hits--Blankenship, Falk,
O'Rourke.
Three-base hit-Harris.
Home run-Manush.
Sacrifice hit-Blankenship, Mostil.
Stolen base-Mullen.
Base on balls-Off Blankenship 1,
off Gibson 5.
Struck out-By Blankenship 1, by
Gibson 1.
Umpires - Ormsby, Moriarty,, and
Owens.
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