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-THE MI HI AN DAIS

7. FRIDAY,

THE MCHIGN DALY FZDAY

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jer Slated to Oust Eastman
in Right Field; Batting
Order Shifted.
PROBABLE LINEUPS
'i ;on sin Michigan
i, ofs. Superko, 8b.
:hendel, ss. Butler, rf.
isby or Poser, If. Tompkins, cf.
nilgofl, rf. Hudson, lb.
uisinier, 2b. Diffley, c.
hnieder, 1b. Daniels, 2b.
riswold, c. Braendle, If.
ankey, 2b. Kracht, ss.
,mmerfield, p. Compton, p.
ichigan's Varsity nine will in-
the Wisconsin stronghold this
rnoon to encounter the Badger
, last year's champions, at
Zp Randall in an effort to re-
n themselves for the poor
ving made against Illinois here
sday. Coach Iowman's squad,
ng outslugged the Gophers in
r last game and dropped their
ter to Chicago by the slim mar-
of one run, are bent on repeat-
their performance of last sea-
s final game when they trim-
the Wolves, 1-0, to win the
ference title.
Wolves Are Tried.
ach Fisher's diamond team has
from Iowa and Indiana and
to Illinois thus far, putting
a in third place in the Big Ten
dings, while Wisconsin, hav-
played but two game's, stands
1.
it one change seems likely in
y's lineup for the Wolverines.
ch Fisher has decided to send
er in- at right field to replace
man who has been holding
h in the garden all season. Also,
Wolverine veteran will be as-
ed to second place In the bat-
order, while Braendle will be
dated to someplace near the
of the list.
Only One Change.
ith but a single alteration in
Maize and Blue nine, it seems
ent that Coach Fisher attri-
s the locse playing against the
i to an off day, rather than in-
dual weakness.
nce the beginning of the train-
season the Badger nine has
itained a, batting average of
to establish themselves 4,s a
zeroustsquad. Captain Moe
er leads the pack with an in-
(Continued on Page 7)

Helps A's Get Brack' F
Among Leadng Four.
EAKONPUTTING
aTrueblood Works on Weakness
Before Tomorrow's Clash
With Northwestern.

TENNIS PLAYERS H[i i[f 11
Johnstone Will Take Varsity nr
to Matches at Evanston. ICT TOIJAY

SORRELL HURLS DETROIT TO WIN
OVER SOX, AS CLEVELAND LOSES

With the meet with Northwest-
ern only a day away Coach True-
blood spent considerable time with
his Varsity golfers yesterday in a'
final effort to iron out the weak-
nesses which were apparent against
Ohio State.
Without, exception the p1 a y
through the greens has been of ,
high standard, but on and around
the putting surfaces the inconsist-
ency which has been exhibited is
horrible to watch. Captain Royston
is about the only member of the
Varsity who is on speaking terms'
with his putter. As for the others,
especially Howard and Lenfesty,
they could probably do about as
well as hitting the ball with the
bag when it comes to getting down
putts of from four to six feet.
Howard Improves.
However, with typical Ann Arbor
weather interfering with the play
for the greater part of the week,
most of the men have been scoring
reasonably well, with the cards
ranging all the way from 74 to 00.
Howard, despite his shakiness as
(Continued on Page 7)
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With only two days of practice
this week, Coach Johnstone will
take his tennistteam toEvanston
this afternoon' to prepare for the
Northwestern-Michigan m a t c h es
tomorrow.
Inclement weather has handi-
caped the squad in its training as
only two full days of practice were
allowed to the. team by the weath-
er-man. Sherman won a place for
himself on the first team by beat-
ing Ranck in two straight sets early
yesterday afternoon.
Colby Ryan won number two pos-
ition on the team by defeating
Hammer yesterday.

Coach Bennie Oosterbaan has.
approximately 45 freshmen base-
ball players practicing daily under
his direction on Ferry field. The
first cut in the size of the squad
will be made today. Later on an-
other reduction will take place cut-
ting the squad down to about 25
men.
The material in this year's fresh-
man class is about on a par with
the yearlings of previous seasons.
This afternoon the team will play
the Varsity subs, and later in the
season the yearlings will meet the'
physical ed nine.

Another victory over the White
Sox yesterday boosted the TigersI
toward the top of the American
league. Sorrell pitched the last game
of the series to an easy 3 to 1 win.
Owen's home run in the third in-
ning was the only one of the day
in the major leagues.
The feature gamge on a light day's
schedule was the eleven-inning
contest between Chicago and Cin-
cinnati which ended in a 5 to 4
victory for the Cubs. Both St. Louis
teams won by wide margins, the
Cardinals overturning the Pirates
11 to 5 while the Browns swamped
Cleveland 10 to 4.
The game between Brooklyn and
Philadelphia, the only other one

scheduled, was postponed on ac-
count of rain.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
R 1H E
St. Louis 000 540 002 4 9 2
Pitts. .....002 020 010 5 4 2
Haines and Wilson; French, Os-
born, Willoughby and Phillips.
Cin. .....000 040 000 00 4 8 0
Chi. .....000 000 040 01 5 14 4
Johnson, Frey, Kolp and Suke-
forth; Smith, May and Hartnett,
Taylor.
Brooklyn-Philadelphia, rain.
Boston-New York, not schdduled.
(Continuect on Page ')

Mickey CochraneI
Peppery catcher of the Philadel-.
phia Athletics, whose home run
against Boston on Wedpesday af-
ternoon was one of the drives that
enabled the world's championship
Mackmen to climb back to a posi-
tion in the first division of, the jun-
ior circuit race. For the first few
games the Athletics encountered
some rough sailing, but now with
Cochrane and Simmons getting in-
to mid-season form, they are mak-
ing a bid for a higher position.

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