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May 26, 1928 - Image 6

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?HE ,MeHITCAN flATLY

BALL

TEAM

HAS

BA TTING

A VERA GE

OF

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; e rIla n n. ....A L e a d s I te g u l a r s 1 1 -1 0 1 . 4 8 9
Fecentage; Asbeek. McAfee
Hare .500 Anti .VA
RNER 18_HITS, OFF 01110
ith one more Conference game .re-
ning on the schedule, Coach Ray
er's Wolverines are hitting for a
average. 1n the 13-09 slugging
with Ohio State last Tuesday the
higan batters" garnered 18,bilts
hree Buckeye pitchers, material-
nereasing their averages.
ennie Oosterbaan, Michigan's
;e snort marvel, is leading the reg-'
's-in batting withi .489. FredArs-
:; Wolverine hurler, is the nomnin-
eader, hitting the leather at a
clip, but he has only appeared in
it half of the games- that Ouster-
fi has been in ,the lineup.
pother pitcher and erstwhile out-
er, Bill McAfee, is third in the,
dings with .451.
11 games the Wolverines have
.ted out 128 hits in .391 ;times- at

BABE RUTH HITS'
TWO HOMERS AS
YESI'E{PA'$REST I~LTS
AMERICAN LEAGfUE

B .i g Ten -Stars Expected To Score Points In Toaday's Meet I

CARDINALS .LOSE
SECOND POSITiON
TO CHICAGO CUBSI

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MICHIGAN cHAMPI
WIN OVERk YPSI ST

Washington
Boston
St. Louis
Cleveland
Detroit
Chicago
New York
Athletics
New York
Athletics

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A MERICANY LEAGUE
W.
New York............. 29
Philadelphia............22
Cleveland ............22
Boston.................15
St. Louis........1G
Chicago..............14
Detroit .................15
Washington.... ,.........11
NATIONAL' LEAGUE
Cincinnati .. ............25
Chicago............23
St. Louis................)2
New York ..............19
Brooklyn.........20
Pittsb',r ...............17
Boston .............11
Phillie;. ...... ,..........6

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Phi sigma ' DeltaI, Fraterniity 1l.4eirs,
Takte Two Games 'Aud I erieti
From iippa P1'M
PLAY EXTRAINNING GAME
Phi Sigmia Delta, Michigan inter-
fraternity champions, wvon the second
of a series of games and the series
from Kappa Phi, Ypsilanti Normal
champions, in a drizzling rain on Fer-
ry Field' Thurs.day by a 6 to 5 score,
after winning the first gamne at Ypsi-
lanti Wednesday afternoon, 6 to 2.
After .battling for two extra innings
in a'tie, Phi Sigma Delta by virtue
of a sifigle by A. Robbins followed
by' anothier lung single of Art Kuhner's
scored the necessary winning run.

N AT1WN AL'~1FAGVE

Boston
Brooklyn
Phllijes
New York
CiinniTati
St. Louis
Chicago
Pittsburg

000 000 100-1.
201 000 lOx-4
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PRINCETON-William Healey,
javelin thrower, has been named

tams of the Princeton 'Varsity track
team for next year.

AN BAT'TING AVERAGI

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McAfee
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DOPING WINNERS
IN THE -MEET AT
EVANS TON TODAY
100 yard dash - Simpson (0);
Hester (M); Herm~anson (NW) ; Kriss
(0); Larsen (W).
220 yard dash-Simnpsoni (0) ; 11cr-
mauison (NW) ; Stevenson (I); Kriss
(0) ; Root (C).
440 yard dash-Walter (NW);
Baird (1); Stephenson i(Ind.) ; Gist
(C) ; Munger (M).
(Ind.) ; Orlovich (Ill.) ; Gorby (NW);
Williams (C).
220 yard lows-Cooper (M); Cthei
(I) ; Jones, "(M); 'Rocl ;bway (1;
Pierce (0).
120 yard highs-Cooper (M) ;- Cuhl
(I); Rodgers (Ill,) ; _Rockaway (0);
Pahlineyer .(W).
MVilc-Martin (P) ;- Monroe (MV);
Stine (Ill.) ; Fields- (Ind].) ; Pcltaja
Tw~o mile --- Abbott (Ill.) ; Bullsmore
(W) ; Wuerfel (M) ; Fairfield (I11)
North -(MNinn.).
Shc' t put-Lyon (Ill.) ; Nelson (0);
Lapp (I); Kimmel (Ill.); iBagge.(NW).
~Dicus-Rasmus (0); Haggrty (I);
~Mitchell (I); Lyon (Ill.); Laemnile
(Minn.).
Broad°Jurmp-'J. Simon! (t l.) ; Catlin
(Minn.).; ILe ,(Il1.) ; Arendt (M); F.

Engraved Calling, Cards
Seniors Should Order .at Once lo Av-oid Possibic

Disajpointment
100 Cards -and Plate (Script) ........ ...
100 Cards and Plate (Solid Old' English)......,
100 Cards rand Plate (Gothic).......... ... .
100 Cards'and Plate (Shaded-;OldI English). ...
Printing and Process" Engraving at Slightly Lower '

.$2.50
.$3.50
~$3.00
.$4.00
Prices.

WEDDING INVITATIONS AND
ANNOUNCEMENTS
100 Script sityle sets:........ .....$15.00
Others at- Proportional Prices
Ask us ablout the card tray made from the copper plate from
which the invitation is printed. The price, will surprise you.
Only Best Quality Stock is, Used on Engraved Orders

Lwne.
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Dote: These:. averages
only Big Tenl games.

N.o(krY-rH -
.WE4-r.E2!

ThI 4 is an-average of more than
hits per game. They }also scored 0
es for .an average of more than
It runs for each nine innings.
Honors are even among the pitch-
s, McAfee and Asbeck , each bein
edited with five victories apiece.
e. eleventh game goes down as a
n ~for Dick Gawne. The Wolverine
rlers have done very well, holding'
sr Conference rivals to ,33 runs, -an
~rage of but three. per game..
UTEUIL-France has awarded the
gion of HFonor to Norman. E. Brook-.
~former Davis cup player, for his
rk in promoting athletic relations
ween France and Australia.

0. D. Morrill

Sjmon (Ill.).
Hamm-r--Kotz (M) ; Dart
Lapp (1) ; Iheiji (0); Nelson
Williams ;(M).
Polo ;vault-D=Lroege °ueller
Otterness (Minn.) ; White
B3arnes (Ill.) ; 1-einson (Ill.).
High jump--Anson (0);
(Ill.).; 1rey (C) ; Car r(III.)
Javelin--Rhin'l}art (Ind);

(NW) ;
(NW) ;
:Miller
Work
Mayer

Opposing Pilots Are'
Former Teammates
' 1wo' former teammates andl close
frienids will be reunited when Coach
Fred Mitchell of the Harvard nine
whicli will play Michigan on Ferry
field today meets Ray Fisher, pilot
of the Wolverines.
.Mitchell'was the~ first catcher to
handle Fisher's offerings when the
Varsity mentor broke into the Big
Leagues with the New York Yankees.
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FEDERAL
BLEND COFFEE
Roasted dud pacekcd exclusively
fcr the Federal ot Ann Arbor.
Finest coffee to be had. Pound j

JUNIO RS TO PLAY FRESHMEN FOR BASEBAL:L TITLE
Inter-class har dball chiampions will field when the Junior Lits meet the
be decided Monday at south Ferry Freshlmam Physical Eds. in a post-
poned game.

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Opposite Wuzerth Theater

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Walk
- for its dinners and lunches
You'll Likce 'ur French Pastry

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Breakfast Cereal
Wonderful for mother, daddy
bund the kiddies. Our own make.
Package
10C
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Whole Wheat
Salt :Rising
Brea - Try It
For the Diet a:lid for
Diabetics
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maportant ec auise of the gam-e that 'is
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