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N T N1 ETWolverines Display Big Te Stand ings PHILLIES DEFEAT B(
NTI TOME 'Value of Teamwork W L et. INNING SESSI01
H URONS IN MATCHi in Field and at Bat MICHIGAN 1Qidi 0 Dfeted0t00s
l I tawfighting Wolves can keep Wisconsin .... .1 i,000o Notch; Cleveland Wins.
IYesterday Afternoon's Contest up the fast pace they started out I Iiowa ........ 1 1 0 1001Piaepi eetdBso -
Postponed Because of Wet with for the rest of the season they Purdue........... 0 1 .000 in a 12-inning contest to featurre
Courts Here, should easily wind up in first place' Ohio State........ 0 2 .000 yesterday's big league play. Only
in the Big Ten Conference stand- Northwestern .... 0 3 .000 three games were played in both P
Plans for a practice tennis match ing. oMthibigteposoftatr 0 0 .000I leagues, rain, or ofleenwalthe
wihteta ersnigYs- One of thebrightspotsofSatur-_ foxrcing a postponement o l h
wani thertamroereetg y days game was the fine work of-- others. The Phillies scored the win- D
that newcomer, none other thaniigrni h 1t hnBng
afternoon had to be dropped due Stan Waterbor, a sophomore who Intramural Staff to Cantwell, who relieved Zaciiary, lost
to the shower. It was announced has graduated from the freshman'OrgnionNetLeoue teminnngrn. ndfredi
by Coach Johnstone of the varsity class and appears to be one of the O gnz e ege!tewnigrn
squad that the match would be best "finds" in recent seasons. The - A three run rally in the sixth en-
played here as early as the weath~er 1 le itesorso ade EfBforts are being made by the in- abD h t ousCriast
permitted, however. The rival teams chances without a flaw. tranural staff to organize regula- rilse at notc~h in the National League
may clash this afternoon if condi- tionl hard baseball teams. Thxese st,'aningi s at the expense- of the_
tion of the local courts permits. Fielding is Good.I
Normal Boasts Stars. The support given Harley Mc- teams are to be made up of any {Lcas i1zwtfi Peds. he asiiredast-2
Ypsilanti boasts some excellent ' Neal was the best shown so. far thisF men students on campus, with the fuie
net talent for the relatively small, year, h only error credited against; exception of the varsity and fresh- j-
student body which comprises its the Wolves was a ground ball that moan Squads, -regardless of frater- I MF[UA .ErAGULE
enrollment. Players from the Nor-i took a bad bound. The Michigand- (j, l113-01
mal school have often found their ers seemed to have that necessary nity or non-fraternity affiiliati ns. O~. ~ U U 0-O1
way to high rankings, in the state punch in the time of need, and it The teams are expected to be made St. Louis.011 000 210- 5 6 4
during the campaigns of recent' was this timely hitting, coupled U fltrregneig n ~t re rw n eel
year, ad te rcqutweldrs ithtego fielding and the con- dentfl students. Physical Educa- Gray,:lebert, l3lae~hldler, and Fer-
yers ad heraqut ied r l fjM withht mbied good;lion'Club has already entered one 1veil.
from the neighboring school shouldtiOloMcelhacmbndo
be able to give the Michigan play- win the ball game for the loca li
'ers some interesting competition if nine. _
and when the weather clears. With two exceptions all of the
Interesting sidelights on Michi- Maize-and-Blue ball-tossers were.
gan varsity squad's first competi- able to connect for at least onei iin~
tion of the year, staged on Satur- safety, Diffley could do no bettr ~ "y
day afternoon at the Detroit Tennis thnfy ott h ufed~
Club, were givens by John John- Manuell iy, connie te(dwith 3EonJ'
stone. Monday, according' to the bills striking out all ht ii 4 r tr ' ,"
mentor, the outcome of the singles if;~i c plate.t
matches was highly unsatisfactory WVrobke IHurls Elfe ivel y.ee
w on again st th e D troit rs, and of th se son by w h~ rfl uygfelaleven;
this was the chief factor in 'ihe of the Wolverine aie., iie Ioofra nmy
final 11-10 outcome in favor pr the Ceaptain Eddie Trylii. was ' " z1H lo~~
"Tennis Club. offeflsi\e star for the vistosga h LIV
The Michigan singles players, ac- Perii~g three hits in xbve t rps*a IoL y~kJILA.
cording to the coach, displayed atiM plate's lastiip Aa funti>;h>
lamentable lack of confidence which hiN~d s olst trip ot.1!1i i1
proved fatal against the seasoned.~~ i~
court strategists comprising the ' £1.. 1d l _
Club's team. Va! tie 23.8
In the doubles, the Maize and _ _______________
Blue netmen apparently recovered nd AVANT *"' f, 1~i' ' and $50 $'8
their much-needed confidence and P28.85)
swept two out of three of the!mth s wt o t a g et d l of'S rn
trouble.ToctsL
STodpcoatsZpe
YESTERDAY'S HOMERS 1SeeCas ipr Burr, Patterson & Auld Co. ndBttnFr s595
Ferll...........Browns Mand l 3t 'y .~...
..mi ................Indians I 0trolt, Michigan A W.IerviIle, Ontario .Stal (kposit reserves you ISTNmr1'.
Worthington (2) .........Braves i A A selectioni. FRT,.N T A

)STON IN 12
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Detroit-Chicago, rain.
Boston-Philadelphia,

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weather.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Phila. ... 000 110 010 001-- 4 13
Boston . .100 001 010 000-- 3 14
Batteries-Collins, Nichols and V
Davis; Zachary, Cantwell and Har
grave.
Cincinnati . .000 003 010-- 4 10
St. Louis ... .010 000 010- 2 10

Batteries - Lucas and M~
Hallahan, and Mancuso.
New York-Brooklyn, rain.
Pittsburgh.-Chicago, cold w

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