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SATURDYMAY 10, 1r='0

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Michigan

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Chicago

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IMPROVED MAROON
SQUAD I
Linksmen, Under Coach True-
blood, Boast One of Strong-
est Teams ir History
Fresh from the easy win over
the Spartans last Wednesday the
Wolverine mashie swingers will
clash with a stronger Chicago team
today in the last conference game
before the long trip. With the vic-
tories over Purdue and Ohio State
under their belts and another week
of intensive drill Coach Trueblood's
squad will present the strongest
front that Michigan has boasted
in several years.
Easily defeating the team from
Olympia Field last year thesWolves
will encounter a much stronger
Chicago today. Headed by no
great stars,but made upo f strong
consistent .players the crew from
the big city will be a greater threat
to the title chasing Michigan Var-
sity than Ohio proved and for a
match replete with interest it
should be the topper so far this
season.
Being the first out of town game
that the Maroons have played this
year, it will be a question of how
well they will shoot once they are
off the home grounds, Olympia.
With blood in their eyes for the
last beating that they received at
the hands of Trueblood's men they
will start under the new conference
ruling of foursome play in the
morning intent on balking the Wol-
verines' run for the title.
Howard and Hicks will make up
the first team to start against Chi-
cago's number one and two men.
Lenfeste paired off with Royston,
Livingston or Ahlstrom will take
the field as the second team to
meet the SMaroons. In the after-
noon, Howard, Hicks, Lenfeste, and
Royston will play off the singles in
the order named.

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Baseball Field Day will be held will get the decision.
Friday, May 16, on South Ferryl FACULTY BASEBAI

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Right Hander to Face Purdue
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Field from 4:15 to 6:30. The pro-i
gram, which is under the direction;
of the Intramural Sports Depart-l

ment, will consist of seven events,
to be run off simultaneously.
The events slated for the day are
baseball target throw, baseball
pitch, catchers throw for accuracy,
throw for distance, fungo hit, bunt,
and run, and base running.
In the target throw each con-

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ChmitrL......1 .00(Special to Tihe Daily)
Chemistry . ............1 0 1.000 BLOOMINGTON, Ind., May 10-
Chemistry Stors 1 0 1.000 Indiana University's arch enemy,
Eng. Research........1 1 .500 the Boilermakers, will be enter-;
Geog.-History .........0 1 .000 tained here next Tuesday afternoonj
Physics ............0 2 .000 on the diamond for the first meet-
Games for next week: ing of the two teams this season.
Wed.-Physics vs. Geog.-History. As Coach Dean has used "Lefty"
Eng. Research vs. Chemistry Stores.eller in the last two conference
Fri.-Chemistry vs. Geog.-His-Verines he last to ctfrene
tory. Physics vs. Eng. Research.! games he is planning to start one

testant will have ten chances. Chem. Stores vs. Army-Eng. of the right handers. This will
When making the peg the partici- mean that either Gatti or Mankow-
ant willEach rin90 feet f mar Play ski will receive the call. The re-
Eby Play mainder of the Crimson team will
will count a certain number of (Continued From Page 6) be the same that drubbed Chicago
points. The one scoring the most Michigan: Snodgrass threw out a week ago by a 9 to 1 count. With,
tallies will be the winner. each game Boroughs has been
For the baseball pitch a frame Daiels. Kiegler singled to left. showing up better in the shortstop
13 inches wide, 36 inches high, and Langen went in to bat for Butler. position until he is now the key to
20 inches from the ground will Langen drew a base on balls. Su- the infield defense.
represent the space over the plate perko singled to left, Kiegler scor- Although the Boilermakers boast
in which a pitch must pass to be ing. Langen was caught going to a heavy hitting aggregation bad
called a strike. The hurler will third on the throw in, Caraway to breaks in the final innings have
have ten throws at the mark stand- Palo to Mills. Tompkins rolled to snatched games from their hands
ing at a distance of 60 feet. One Weaver. One run, two hits, no er- in all the conference games to date.'
point will be awarded for each ball rors. In the recent games the hurling
going through theframe.I NINTH INNING Istaff has been somewhat erratic,
The catchers throw for accuracy Purdue: Langen went to right but Coach Lambert has hopes that
will be held on a regular ball dia- for Michigan. Daniels tossed out more consistent performanceswill
mond. The contestants will stand Snodgrass. Daniels also threw out all owthe Old Gold and Black to
on om pat an atepttoFleming. Mills beat out an infield)1 improve its standing in. the
on home plate and attempt tose hit to Daniels. Caraway singled to final stretch of the Big Ten sehed-
throw the ball into a barrel on see- right, Mills going to third. Cara- ule. The rapid development' of
the pate.Each penywille lowrdsway stole second. VanBibber John Palo, sophomore left hancder,
the plate. Each entry will be allow- doubled to left, scoring Mills and to supplement the work of Cox and
ed ten trys. Caraway. Harmeson was safe at Schupp on the mound has added
In the throw for distance each first when Myron threw wild to considerable cheer in the Purdue
participant will have three chances.-( Hudson, VanBibber scoring. Weaver camp.
The fungo hit will consist of three ( forced Harmeson, Daniels to My- The second game of the week will
consecutive hits, the farthest one ( ron. Three runs, three hits, one er- see the Crimson team go to Colum-
to be counted. Two trials will be1ror. bus where they will meet Ohio
given the contestants in the bunt Michigan: Weaver threw out State for the second time within a
and run event. The entry reaching Hudson. Straub singled through 1 week. Ohio State boasts one of the
first in the fastest time after the short. Myron flied to Caraway in toughest outfits in the conference
ball is bunted will be the winner. left center. Truskowski flied to and will afford the Crimson stiff
In running bases, the man com- right. No runs, one hit, no errors. opposition.

PHILADELPHIA Al"D WASHINGTON WIN
TO DROP INDIAN1S INTO THIRD PLACE!
By virtue of a 9-4 victory over NATIONAL LEAGUE.
the Cleveland club yesterday after-
noon, the league leading Athletics R H E1
Boston .....001 500 000- 6 10 1
added a few more points to their.St. Louis ....304 021 00x--10 13 2
total in the percentage column. At Grimes, Brown and Spohrer,
the same time, theaIndians, 1Gowdy; Johnson, Sherdel and Wil-
}who have been vainly battling for I son.
a hold on the first position, were R -H Et
relegated a notch down the stand- Brooklyn ... .000 002 041- 7 11 1
Pittsburgh . .000 000 040- 4 9 0O
ings when the Griffs indulged in a Clark, Dudley and Lopez; Petty
batting spree to rout Chicago, 14-3. Meine, Stoner and Hemsley.
The Cleveland-Philadelphia con- R H E
test was fraught with errors, the New York .. .030 110 000- 5 14 1
Athletics being aided by Cleveland's Chicago .... 210 000 03x- 6 11 0
three misplays and in turn muffingC Pruett and O'Farrell; Carlson
a pair for the losers. Jimmy Foxx Peand Hartnett, Taylor.
again knocked the ball out of theanHrteTyl.
park for his sixth home run of the R H E
season. In the last game of the Philadelphia 020 000 100- 3 10 2
series with the Browns on Thurs- Cincinnati . .010 000 000- 1 7 1
day the hard hitting Philadelphia Benge and Davis; May, Campbell
first sacker pounded out his fifth and Sukeforth.
circuit drive to put the A's in the,-
lead until the end of the game. AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Morgan of Cleveland also hit a four
sacker. Lefty Grove gain got a R H E
win whi4e Halloway, Harder, and Detroit .....102 010 100- 5 8 1
Gliatto could not stop the A's. New York ...002 020 000- 4 8 0
Washington men crossed the Uhle and Rensa; Wells ind Dick-
plate in six out of eight innings in ey.
the aff-air with Chicago. Getting# R H E
three in each of the first two in-!St. Louis ...000 001 010- 2 6 1
nings, four in the fourth, two in iBoston ......000 004 10x- 5 10 1
the seventh, and one in both the Crowder, Collins and Manion;
sixth and eighth frames, the Sen- MacFayden and Heving.
ators walloped their way to victory RHEHE
against the pitching of . Henry, Cleveland 200 000 200- 4 10 3
Walsh, and Caraway, while Cronin Philadelphia 003 023 01x- 9 11 2
held the losers to three runs. Halloway, Harder, Gliatto and Se-
Detroit's Tigers carne through well; Grove and Perkins.
with another one in the in col- RHE
umn due to the efforts of Uhle in
the box and Charlie Gehringer, Chicago ....200 001 000- 3 13 1
star second baseman, with the bat. Washington 330 401 21x-14 15 2
The second sacker banged out an- Henry, Walsh, Caraway and Rid-
other home ruri to aid his team.. dle; Cronin and Spencer.I

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mates to victory.
Chicago and New York continued
their rivalry for first place in the
National League, with the Cubs
downing the Giants, 6-5, to creep
into leading position in the circuit
by the barest margin.

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