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SUNDAY, MAY 26, 1920

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ibinations are undefeated in dual
meet competition and the play
Two Grames Next Week Withh Wis-I should' be hotly contested. Both
consin Will Virtually Decide shtead ae knownytonbeste oth
Big Ten Title teams are known to be possessors
kof powerful and crisp overhead at-
tacks.
BADGERS SET FOR GAME Spencer and Moore of Michigan
will match strokes with the Ma-
As the final game on their all- roon pair of Rexinger and Hyman.
important and grueling trip this If Moore, midget Wolverine veteran,
week-end, the Michigan nine will is in form, the Wolverines should
play their closest rivals for the Big run this encounter off with ease.
Ten title, the Badgers, tomorrow A possessor of a brilliant net game
:afternoon at Madison. Wisconsin's with a crisp overhead attack Moore .j
victory over Northwestern Friday is one of the most feared doubles
gave them a clear hold on secagnd performers in Conference circles.
place with a percentage of .750 Spencer is capable of showing a
?while Iowa was shoved further to devastating service and ground
the rear in third place by the strokes which carry deep into the
Wolves the same afternoon. ; court and behind which a net at-!
With the title race in Conference tack is made possible.,
baseball standing as it does with Schaeffer and Bacon will draw'
Michigan and Wisconsin drawing the third doubles assignment. The
further out in front for what ap1 Wolverine third doubles team,
pears to be a two team duel for the 'which has not been beaten as yet,
crown, the two Wolverine-Badger is expected to be on a par with thei
games this week may decide the Maroon performers. Kaplan andl
championship. The team winning Meyer will probably form the third
the game tomorrow at Madison and doubles combination for the Ma-t
the one Thursday at Ann Arbor will ; roons.
be practically assured of the Big Tomorrow's match will be the
Ten championship. final collegiate competition for
The Badgers showed plenty of Michigan's brilliant trio of threet
power and speed in defeating the year veterans, Captain Horace Bar-
Wildcats 4 to 0 Friday. While Ted ton, Kenneth Schaeffer, and Kings-r
.thelander shut out the Northwest- ley Moore. ,
ern nine and allowed them but six The contribution of this trio to'
Scattered hits his teammates ham- Wolverine court annals has been a2
mered three Wildcat pitchers for a heavy one and the passing of these
total of ten hits. For the entire men will be a great blow toward
season the Wisconsin team has next year's court hopes.
committed only 14 errors out of 306 Barton Plays Last Game
chances for a fielding average of Barton, who has held the number,
"954" one position through three years of
In the game tomorrow it is like- brilliant competition, has done
ly' that either Ray Ellerman or much toward establishing Michigan
Farber will start on the mound "in intercollegiate net circles. Cap-
against Michigan. Farber has been 1 tamntor the last two years, Barton
sharing the major burden of the iheld the doubles championship of
Badger's hurling assignments for the Big Ten with Moore in his
the year with Thelander and has(sophomore year.
17 strikeouts to his credit. How- soore ar.
ever, Ray Ellerman, who is not Moore paired with Barton to win
likely to pitch Monday, has been the Conference doubles his sopho--.
hitting all season at a .400 percent more year and for three years has
clip in addition -to doing some been a dependable singles per-
creditable pitching. former. Schaeffer, the third of the
The most probable lineup for the! veterans to graduate, will be se-
Badgers tomorrow will include verely missed when next year's ten-!
Mansfiled at first, Harry Ellerman r nis team stacks up against her firstj
at second, Knetchges at short stop, opponent. A brilliant and heady
and Matthusen at third. Doyle match player Schaeffer always
will receive Ellerman's offerings showed the most when the compe-
from behind the 'plate. Mansfield tition was warmest.
has accepted 92 chances without_ __ _
a misplay while catcher John Doyle NOTICE
also boasts a 1.000 average.
The other Cardinal infielders The tennis courts at Ferry
have performed as follows: H. El- field will be open on Sunday I
lerman, .976; Knetchges, .907; and afternoons in the future. This is
Iatthusen, 943. With this cali- contrary to the ruling of closed
berof opppsition the Wolverines~ courts on Sunday afternoons of
will be extended to the limit to win I the past.
the first game which is made all ° _--_
the mort tough coming as it does
at the end of a long, hard trip. eligible for short and Reichman oi'
The Badger outfielders, Guisinier Truskowski due to start behind the
at left field, Hall at center, and -plate.
Vittermeyer at right, who will Montague is the most likely bet I

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Control Engine~er
University of
Pennsylvania, '25

play against the Fisher coached
squad, have all been hitting close
to the .300 mark with Hall leading
at .400. Cuisinier also has fours
stolen bases to his credit this year.
While the precise makeup of
Coach Fisher's lineup for the game
at 'Madison is not certain, it is
likely that it will be about the
same as in the Iowa and Illinois
tilts. The shortstop and catcher
positions are the most in doubt
with either Eastman or Centenni

to get the pitching assignment in
as much as both Asbeck and Mc-
Afee were busy Friday and Satur-
day. Important as this game is,
Coach Fisher will probably choose
to take a beating rather than in-
jure his two twirling stars by over-
work. In the return game here on
Decoration Day and in the last two
contests on the Wolves' Big Ten
schedule Coach Fisher will need the
services of his best hurlers to keep
the championship at Ann Arbor.

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