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April 19, 1928 - Image 7

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YfSTURDAYS,
RESULTS
XMIbiI('AN 1LEAGU'E

BASEBALL CHATTER
ICoach Ray Fishei 's Wolverines corn- roa i' 0the. visiting team was retire
tined pitching cf mid-season caliber ool strikes every tine at fiat.
with timely hitting and nearly per-
fect fielding to win the opening Big! Bill ~cA fee silowe(I a tendenacy.

troit ......000 200 002-- 4 10 0 Ten contests with Northw
St. Loais.......000 000 01-'! 1 6 1 Purduc in an impressive fa
Pitchers-CarolTl; Blaeholder.
Chicago ........010 000 000- 1 3 2! scrutiny (4 the box s+
( leveband......200 050 00x- 7 11 1 the~ contest reveal that
, ~pitchers allowie4 only se
Pitchers-Adkin, Wilson; Shaute. i ai singles, in contas t
Wa5shington .. . .170 010 002-11 16 11j Iected ffroim the deiiv-er
Piladelphia .. .001 000 050- 6 14 3 ;rival Inurlers. 0,nlY t~i
Pitchers-Zachary, Braxton; Quinn, axe chalked tw aga-inst
Jchnston. venues, whidle theiro
New York.......4320 450 000-10 15 31 I wcre guilty of sei-en.
'),cston .........200 001 031- 7 12 2
Pitchers - Hoyt; Bradley, Rus'sell, The Wolverines debut pr
Simmons. the exact antithesis 'of
NATIONAL LEA(AUE1'.when1 Northiwestern won
<"ircznat 11 10 00-- 151 ,10-7, and Maxton scored
Chicago ........000 001 050- 6 13 1 c .ut in the second contest.
Pitchers-Koip, Lucas; Nehf, Wein-
ert I Althoughi it is tiidei
Philadelphia . 000 000 010- 1 7 0 the Mi4chtigan teamx has A
New York ......201 020 00x- 5 5 3' usual pronise -it this ea
Pitchers-Walrh, Pruett; Beniton. inl the tile race,. it.11-u«
Boston .........000 020 030- 5 0 6 "'' ld h d
Brooklyn ....... 027 000 01x-10 381 are still t0- beov fercome.
Pitchers-Wertz, Edwrdls, Gold-
smith.; Vance. Iowa andl Illinois, then
Hogue Runls ents on the schedule, hoz
h~aserlig, Dtroi. 1able. teams:. In Stewart the
FoAtlgetrit. lone of the best pitchers u,
Williams, Boston.t the Big Ten in recent y(
Cuyler, Chicago Nationals. the Hawks have a pair
Webb, Chicago Nationals. Itwirlers in Mulroney and'

western andl1 to(lishrove the old belief t hat a
'shion. piteller's ditycc whi ~leii be
stela (Jilt of tlhe Irex, by help-iiug
cores for * lnscif to I ree~ clean singles i
11,.1t', an 11 f ir tim1es at, I) .
;een hits,
t~o 27 col. ,he p~atronis were treal ed to somie
ry o Or spectaclar fielding by Louie Wiein-
Vw eror traub, who hiandled five chances, most
the Wol- of them difficult ones, bef(-re making
olpponents * a, bad throw to first on flarmese~n';
roller in the ninth.
roved to be i 1The ietenut thI ird sacker Ihail
las yer's; m~ilig a shingle ~misplay before,
the op~ener the bad toss to Oosteria4.uIh1 thle
a2-0 shurt-; illal fraile of thelude ~l
test.
fable t hat Capt. Stubby Laos should be qual-
shown 1111-i ifited to disprove the old adlage that
ably stamg' :"patience is rewarded" after the Pur-
ist be re- due gamde. The (leminutive shortstop
dest ests watched about LT called balls sail by
' !before he finally worked Speidel for
next pporza free ticket to first ini the sixth.
ast formnid - C(oac'h Fisher's charges hi awe
Le [il1ini have beeni sho wig real aability', at steal-
mcovered in big bases, as w1ell as running
ytars, while I Ifienl. 'rhlree were pilfered in
ot veteran Ithle. ortiwestern game, anid four
Twogood. iN te Purdue contest.
Ay's lisle- _______________________
since the ..-.......A. ...i
inge Coil- 11
11 batting lII
lf to fouir
lble ill six I1111

BASEBALL STANI)ItiGS
Amnerican League
New York......... .. 4 0
Cleveland ..............6 1
Washington .......... .5 1
St. Louis ..............4 {3
Chicago...............2 4
Detroit................2 6
Boston................1 5
Athletics.............. 0 4
NA tional League
New York............ .4 1
Brooklyn.............3 2
Cincinnati.............4 3
St. Louis........ ......3 3
Chicago.......... .....4 4
Phillies.... .......... 2 3
Pittsburgh.. ...........2 3
Boston: ................1 4

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.600
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.500,
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.400
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Breaking into Tluesda
mpy for tihe first tinme
southiern trip, Eddie La,
tinned is phenominal
spree by helping hlinise]i
safeties including a(lout

RACKET WEILDERS FACE
HEAVY SPRINGi SCHEDULE
(Continued from. Page Six)
are certain to play some of the first
five places, but Coach Hutchins has
several men of almost equal ability
from wh i to choose the remaindler
of the squad. Kempner and Marshall'
AMA winners fromT last year, Brodie,
who played two years at Grinnell col-
lege, Bacon and Heaney, stars of last
year's 'all-campus tournaments, El -
liott' and Graham of last year's fresh-,
mnanteam, and Felix Will probably all
see action in. -the meet.

jaunts to the plate.
The chunky right fielder fatter-(d
his average on the Southern trip Oy II
polling out six hits in seven times a t
bat in the last two =games.I
frtof thle season robbed Purdue
of what looked like a certain run
in the first inning o f Tuesday'~.s
1game.
Ray Nebelung's perfect throw from'
center coupled with some nice block-
ing by ,:Ernie McCoy a few feet in
front of the plate ruined Heberer's
attempt to score standing tip.
Opening day patrons practically
were epnvineed that they were
about to witness one of those un-
iistil exhibitions in baseball, a,
no h~t, 110 run, no manli reach first
contest until Morse's error in theI
eighth permiitted Pranmg to reach j
first.
The giant Wolverine hurler had his
fast ball working to p~erfection strik-
ing out no less than 13 of the Wild-
cats. Captain ichnson the cleanup

_ S e ater's and
GolHose to match
Plain colors in eight
- different shades
.$950 $
4=
for the sweater for the golf hose E
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GNOD- =1
I GRENWOODand KILGORE -~
It's time now }
to give thought
and consideration to
Graduation Announcements
1#:ch year we sound this timely
suggestion and each year there are
always a. few who come in at the
very last minute to have announce-
men ts printed or engraved.
May we have your ordler early so
that delivery can lie made in rca-

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