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June 02, 1918 - Image 3

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Player A.
Knode, ss........4
Cooper, if ........2
Ohlmacher, rf ....3
Mraz, 3b. . ......3
Genebach, cf ......2
Morrison, o.......4
Garrett, 2b .......2
Adams, lb ........4
Saunders, p ......4

B. R.


P.O. A.E.
3 3 2
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 2 0
1 0 0
3 0 2
5 4 0
14 1 1
1 5 0


to take to the Conference meet. From
the way these men have been throwing
for the past week, they look like the
winners of this war time event. Their
team scores have been far in the lead
of the scores made by other Big Ten

erines Defeat Kalamazoo
Record Time Ball Game

5-1 InI




All Five of 3ieligan's Runs Came In
First Two Innings of
Lundgren's champions proved them-
selves a merciful lot yesterday after-
noon in a game with Kalamazoo
Normal, which the Wolverines copped
by a 5 to 1 score. Not only did the
Michigan players let the Kazooites
down easy, they also managed to get
the contest over in the amazingly short
time of one hour and 30 minutes. The
spectators considered the latter the
best part of it all.
In fact, aside from Saunder's ex-
cellent hurling, the best thing that
happened was the smashing of the time
record on Ferry field ball games. If
the game yesterday had taken .s much
time as had been consumed some of
the days this spring, all six of the peo-
ple in the stands would have passed
away from lack of excitement.
Smalley Morrison, Tommy Adams,
and Knode did their best to liven
things up by messing up a few plays
just to give the teachers a chance,
but Saunders refused to weaken and
managed to pitch shut out ball until
Morrison's second error allowed Dun-
lanp to score in the eighth. Saunders
started a double play on one occa-
sion when Knode's wild throw put
Westgate on and Garrett initiated an-
other double-play killing, when Eggert
was given a life by Morrison's wild

*Langenhan, cf ..1 0 0 0 0 0 Michigan's undefeated track team
**Bowerman, lf ..1 0 0 0 0 0 went through their last hard practice
- - - - - - session of the year, yesterday, at Fer-
Totals.......30 5 5 27 15 5 ry field. Coach Farrell said after it
*For Genebach in the fifth. was over, that his bunch of athletes
**For Cooper in the fifth. were fit for the Big Ten struggle next
Saturday. The men will take things
WESTERN STATE NORMAL easy for the remainder of the sea-
Player A.B. R. H. P.O. A.E. son, just doing enough work to keep
Shepherd, rf .....4 0 0 1 0 0 in condition.
Angell, 2b......4 0 0 2 0 1 Chances for securing points in the
Moser, ss ........4 0 0 1 2 0 javelin throw went down, when word
Thomas, 3b ......4 0 1 2 4 0 was received from the managing
Kuhn, p..........3 0 0 0 5 0 board of the western Conference, say-
Dunlap, lb ... . ..3 1 1 11 1 1 ing that their recent decision would
Swain, f.......3 0 0 1 0 0 stand, despite the protests of several
Eggert, c.........3 0 0 5 0 0 of the schools entered. The new rule
Westgate, e.......3 0 0 1 0 0 allows the javelin to be thrown only
-~- ~----(by grasping it in the middle. This is
Total3 ......31 1 2 24 12 2 the style of throwing used entirely in
the East, and the committee decided
Innings -- 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9-R.H.E. to make the javelin throw uniform.
Michigan ..4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 *-5 5 5 New Rule Hurts Tea
.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-1 2 2 The effect of the ruling upon the
Three ba;se hits, Morrison; Stolen E Wolverine team, will probably mean
bases, Knode 3, Cooper 2, Bowerman the loss of a point or two. Baker who
1, Langenhan 1, Dunlap 1, Eggert 1; has beenhurling the spear by holding
+A.the end, has not been able to throw

sacriiice hlis, Mraz ; d;oubue plays,
Saunders, Knode, and Adams; Garrett
and Adams; Kuhn, Thomas, and Dun-
lap; base on balls, off Kuhn 5; hit by
pitcher, Langenhan, Bowerman;
struck out, by Kuhn 5, by Saunders 4;
winning pitcher, Saunders; losing
pitcher, Kuhn.
* * ** * * * * * * * * *
* *


Instead of playing Friday and
Saturday of this week, the games
with the Notre Dame baseball
team will be on Tuesday and
Wednesday. Camp Custer will be
the attraction over the week end,
instead of on Wednesday as it
was previously scheduled.

the missle any distance by following
the new rule. This leaves only two
men in the event, Haigh and Later,
both of whom have been throwing the
javelin in the approved way, but
neither having shown enough form to
give them a place at the meet.
It is probable that Coach Farrell
will withdraw Baker from the javelin
throw entirely, and have him confine
himself to the shot put, and discuss.
Baker's work in the shot put has fall-
en off a lot during the last few weeks,
so Steve is devoting more of his time
Ito getting his weight man into his
former shape.
Belknapp Breaks Grenade Record
SBelknappbroke the record made by
SLindstromin the grenade throw. He
made a total score of 29 out of a
possible 45, bettering Lindstrom's
mark by two. Steve has just about I
decided on Belknapp, Goodsell, Haigh
and Lindstrom for his grenade team I

s had the Normalities on his
ghout the game. For six
itch pitched hitless ball and
pass a man during the en-
Two men got on in the first
;, both through errors, and
eft. In the seventh the first
.aw second base, and Moser,
ho reached the hassock, was
Saunder's quick throw to

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The story of Kazoo'shattack is told
in a few words and it has to do with
one inning only. Dunlap secured the
second and last hit off Saunders to
start the eighth. Langenhan made a
great try for Dunlap's fly but couldn't
quite reach it and the Kazoo first base-
man, who will always be remembered
here as a great football player, made
first. Tommy Adams messed up
Swain's grounder and all hands were
safe, Dunlap going to second on the
play. While Mraz was taking a nap a
little ways from his station, Dunlap
stole third, Swain moving up to sec-
ond, Eggert conveniently grounded to
Saunders who held Dunlap at third
and threw the catcher out at first.
Swain didn't look -to see where Dun-
lap was and tore for third. Dunlap
then made his break for the, plate
and Adams threw to. Morrison. Just
as Smalley was applying the horsehide
to said Dunlap's back, the accident
happened and Morrison fumbled. Swain
in the meantime had played safe and
gone back to second where he could
watch the play better. Result--one
run for Kalamazoo, errors for Morri-
son and Adams, and a fraction of a
second of excitement.
Michigan's run scoring came in the
first two innings before the heat got
in its licks. Knode, Cooper, Ohlmach-
er, and Genebach all scored in the
first inning on a walk, a hit, two stol-
en bases, and two fielder's choices
Cooper made the hit which was one or
the infield variety. Mraz did the sac-
rificing and Angell, who plays sec-
ond base for Kazoo, helped along by
trying to catch Knode and Cooper at
the plate on almost impossible plays.
In the second inning Knode made a
perfectly legitimate hit and swiped
second and third. Cooper and Ohl-
r'acher walked and Mraz came through
with a' sacrifice fly that scored the
After that the interest centered
chiefly in the efforts of the score-board
marker who nearly ran out of chalk
putting up the ciphers. Kuhn, who
twirled for Kazoo, fanned five Wolver-
ines, getting Ohlmacher twice, while
Saunders took four over the strikeout
route. Michigan secured five ordin-
ary bingles, one a triple by Morrison,
and Kalamazoo smashed two to the
outfield for safeties. Morrison's triple
was a real clout, traveling far over
the left fielder's head.
Wish Egan, who calls balls strikes
etc., had a perfect day in the field,
catching every ball Coach Lundgren


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