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CHIGAN DAILY

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Varsity

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H AWKEYE BATSMEN WHO WILL BE OUT TO AVENGE
E EARLY SEASON DEFEAT IN RETURN ENCOUNTER TODAY

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Wolverine Varsity to Encounter
City College Squad on Home
Course Saturday.
With the aid of the first good
golfing weather in some weeks
Michigan's Varsity golf squad went
through their paces yesterday af-

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STANDINGS
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Phil. ................
N. York ............
W ash................
DET.................
01ev . .. . . . . . .
Bos. ................
Chi. ................
St. Louis.........

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LINEUPS

Iowa

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lb Porter, ss
317 Kcnny, 2b.
3, if Koser, If
1s, cf Mowry, cf
c - Nelson, c
213 Reedquist, lb
1, r1 Frigo, rf
ss Riegert, 3b
p Stempel, p
week of inactivity as far
ence games are concern-
,an's baseball squad will
wia City today to battle
mond aggregation in the
ne of the home and home
ween these two teams.
rines won the first of the
sts, 12-6, in a free hitting
inaugurated the Big Ten
Ferry field.
inc hittin :Falls Of,
s first appearance against
the team looked fairly
he bat, but the Hawkeye
xere easy picking for the
i Blue stickrsniths. Since
however, the Wolverines
been hitting at as strong
I unless a decided change
tter takes place the Mich-
egation is going to be in
battle.
,fort to make it a clean'
-r Coach Otto Vogel's
.ch Ray Fisher will send
Neal, lanky right lianaor,
und. McNeal at the first'
ir was considered only as
tche'r, but his work in the
which he has taken a
)een of such a high stand-
he has definitely won a
ssignment for himself. In
:al meets with difTiculties,
lar will take his .place.
ipton, ace of the Michi-
nnd corps, is being saved
lash with Illinois tomor-

St. Louis

ternoon in an effort to round into N. York ............
the best possible shape for their Bos.................
match here tomorrow with Detroit Pi.t.
City College. Phil...
The Detroiters led by Capt. Brlkn............
Ahern are expected to arrive at the Cin...............
course early this morning, and will --

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fNfl ;Ires PVRACTICEl
hnteresting Intra-Team Matches
Take Place Between Star
Wolverine, Players.
Ideal weather went a long wiy
yesterday afternoon iinmakingth
Varsity practice matches full o
pep and interest, but there wa.;
more than mere weather in the
conditions of this session, for the
spirit and rivalry between the men
made this practice period one 'real-
ly worth while.
First of all, Eddie Hammer de-
cided that Colby Ryan had been
beating too many of the players on
the squad including himself, so he
settled down to the task of winning
back his number one place in right
good order. This leaves Colby stil
1ahead of Brace but another match
may or may not change that lineup
still further. Whether it does or
not makes little difference to Coach
Johnstone for he realizes that as
far as the first four or five men on
his squad go they are about on a
level, and that is a good level.
Reindel, Clarke Wage Rattle.
Just to bear out the confidence
of the coach, Johnny Reindel and
.Bob Clarke staged a court duel yes-
terday afternoon that was really
a peach. The first set stretched out
until Bob took it late with an 8-6
score, then John came into his own
Q and fought through the second set
to win by 6 to 3. The men then set-
,tled down to conscientious work,
the same as before but more in-
tense, and the third set was full
0 of deuce games and nice. playing.
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Three off iowa's heavy hitters, who scored three of their team's five runs against the Wolverines ear-
ier in the year. Nelsqn, the regular backstop, has an accurate throwing arm. Captain Mowry plays a de-
piendable game nn center fki i, while Reedquist holds down the initial sack in a very capable manner.

WOLVERINE CUBS
TO,, UN IN MEET

Freshmen Defeat Varsity Reserves, 10-8
as Wistert Limits-Subs to Eleven Hits

probably play either 27 or 36 holes.}
The Detroiters started the season
with great promise of developing'
into a first class aggregation, but
they have been twice defeated in
earlier meets. However, it is under-
stood that they boast a well round-
ed team with great potentialities.
For this reason Coach Trueblood
is not allowing his men to become
overconfident.
Royston, Lenfesty Show up Well.
Capt. Royston and Lenfesty led
the Varsity through their workout
yesterday and gave conclusive evi-
dence that a little warm weather
was all that was needed to produce
the best golf of which they are cap-
able. They both were playing nice-
ly and rounded the turn in close
to par figures.
Coach Trueblood has not yet de-
cided on the lineup he will send
against the Detroiters. Howard and
Lenfesty are certain to start as one
doubles team. Royston will pair
with either Livingston or Jolly to
form the other.
Jolly or Livingston to Play Singles.
Howard will not compete in the
singles and Hand will fill his place.
The other singles assignment will
probably go to either Jolly or Liv-
ingston depending on who plays in
the morning. According to piresentF
indications the one who is idle
during the morning will get the af-
ternoon assignment.
YESTERDAY'S IOMESS
Burnett ......... ....:Indians
Simmons ............. Athletics
Gehrig (2) ............Yankees

YESTER DAY'S RESULTS
National League.
All games postponed, rain.
American League.
Philadelphia 5, Chicago 2.
Washington 5, Clevland 4.
Boston 4, DETROiT 3.
New York 14, St. Louis 2.
IBasiill Scares
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Phil.
Chi. ....
Walberg
Lyons and.
Wash. ...
Clev.

030 001 100
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000 221 000 5
000 002 000 2
and Cochrane;-
Tate, Henlein.

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Jones and Spencer; Miler,
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inan to Be In"Right.
etli, right fielder, is the
Ity among the Michigan
tnd his place will be tak-
rry Eastman, who is far
vice at the position. The
of the Wolverine lineup
n the same as it has been
ier Conference games.
h Iowa's pitcher has not
nitely announced, it is
t eitheraStempelor Bush,
the former, will work
ie Wolverines. Neither of
i figured in the game at
>r, but inasmuch as In-
.nd Ricke were slated to
nst Chicago in the Hawk-
Big Ten contest, one of
men will probably draw
nment today.
May Replace Frigo.
sible change in the Iowa
the substitution of Fiala
in right field, although
seems to have won the
for himself by virtue of
batting ability. Of the
1 on the team Koser, Cap-
ry, and Nelson rank as

Last Pe*finance of Season Sees
Freshmen in Triangular Race.
The freshman track team will see
its last action of the season this
afternoon when the yearling thin-
clads meet Wisconsin and Illinois
in a triangular telegraphic meet.
The Wolverine cubs will enter -the
fray this afternoon decidedly as the
underdogs, since Wisconsin defeat-
ed the Ohio outfit which in turn
took a decision of 83-57 from the
Maize and Blue aggregation last
week. Some hope may be derived,
however, from the fact that many
of the times turned in by the Ohio
freshmen against Michigan's first-
year men were far superior to those
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Freshmen Position Reserves
Brown........C..........Carr
Pederson....... C
Wistert.......'P.........Kaplan
Ware........1st.......Moody
Fish, Lawson ... 2nd....Schriber
Watterbor ......S.S.... .....Hold
Baldwin........3rd.... Thornberg

THE LINEUPS:

mound defeated the Varsity Re-
serves 10 to 8. Coach Bennie Ooster-
baan's yearlings were able to col-
lect 16 hits off Kaplan for 10 runs
while the Reserves were limited to
11 safe' blows. The second game will
start at 3:30 today.
The Freshmen scored seven runs
in the third inning. With three men
on base, Baldwin knocked out a
triple, scoring his three teammates,
and then stole home. Before the
Reserves could recover, the Year-
lings had three more runs across
the plate with four singles mixed
with two stolen bases and an error.
Wistert held the Reserves to four
safe blows and one run up to the

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as and S ewen.
Bos. .... 000 004 000 4 13 2
Det. ..... 010 101 000 3 11 0
Durham, Lisenbee, Moore and
Ruel; Hoyt, Herring, Sullivan and
Heyworth.

N. York . 510 006 200 141
St. Louis 000 000 002 2
Ruffing and Dickey; Gray,
Coffman and Ferrell.

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Artz .... ...... L.F.... .
Ferguson ......C.F.....
Bowers ......RF.....
Score by innings:
Frosh....007 020 010
Res ......000 001 052

Drabickie
McCormick
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Vacation
Positions.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
All games postponed, rain.
NEW YORK-Earl Sande is go-
ing to work the Derby from anoth-
er standpoint this year, for he will
be helping Graham MacNamee and
Clem McCarthy broadcast the re-
sults. Now we'll get the real don.

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In the first of a two game series,
the Freshmen with Wistert on theI

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urday the Michigan team
, Illinois in a return game,
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