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TIE ACHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1918

LVERINES PLAY
ESTERN RESERVE

and School Furnishes
Opposition of 1918 Sea-
son

First

next week and the Conference battles
start a week from Monday, the Wol-
verines meeting Indiana at Bloom-
ington.
Michigan lineup : Mraz, third; Ad-
ams, second; Cooper, left field; Ohl-
macher, right field; Gilmartin, first;
Garrett; short; Genebach, catch; Lan-
genhan, center field; Ruzicka and
Glenn, pitch. McCain, of Ann Arbor,
will umpire.
DRAKE EVENT PROMISES
TO BE GREAT. SUCCESS

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6ICKA AND GLENN TO PITCH
FOR COACH LUNDGREN'S CLAN
ms Twists Ankle, in Poor Shape
For Game; Mraz Holds
Down Third
ichigan's baseball team meets the
tern Reserve nine at three o'clock
afternoon in the first game of the
3season.
oach Lundgren decided yesterday
rnoon to use Ruzicka and Glenn in
pitching box, working one of the
. five innings and the other four.
2 goes to third and Garrett to
't in the absence of Knode, while
ebach starts behind the plate with
rison relieving him .when the
hiers are changed.
ommy Adams, crack keystoner, re-
ed yesterday afternoon with a
ankle and had to hobble through
ort workout in the infield. Lund-
dismissed Adams before the
tice game started and it is hoped
Tommy will be able to perform
afternoon. If Adams is forced
of the game, the Michigan coach
be up a tree for an infield but
probably have to move Cooper to
nd and send Wilkins to the out-

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NOTRE DAME ENTERS MEET
ELEVENTH AND ADDS IN.
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Saunders Pitches Well in Practice
- In a four inning game yesterday
afternoon, Saunders, hurling for the
scrubs, held the Varsity in hand
throughout. Dutch wa in many tight
places but cool work In the pinches
kept the regulars from scoring. In
the first three innings the Varsity had
man on second or third or both with
no one out but strikeouts and clever
fielding kept the first liners away from
the counting station.
Scheidler pitched for the Varsity
and had little trouble. Saunders got
on in the first inning on Meranda's
wild throw but was immediately snuf-
fed out trying to make second on the
error, Genebach backing up first in
grand style and making a perfect peg
to second to catch Dutch. After the
rst inning, Scheidler had things his
own way.
Saunders suffered from wildness but
did not allow a hit after he had put
A couple of men with passes. A double
play when Ohlmacher struck out with
first and second bases occupied in the
first saved the day right there. Mraz
was caught off second on Morrison's
quick" pegto Van Boven.
Little Known of Reserve
Little is known of the Western Re-
serve bunch but Lundgren does not
believe that the Cleveland school will
present a strong aggregation. The
Varsity wil travel at top speed, how-
ever, and will limber up against the
:Ohioans. Two games are on tap far
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
American League
New York, 1-5;'Boston, 2-9.
Philadelphia, 0; Washington, 1.
Detrot-Cleveland game postponed,
cold.
St. Louis-Chicago game postponed,
cold,.
National League
Brooklyn, 5; New York, 7.
Boston, 3; Philadelphia, 4; 10 in-
nings.
Chicago-St. Louis game postponed,
rain.
Pittsburg-Cincinnati game postpon-
ed, rain.
Collegiate Games
Boston college, 11; Brown Univer-
sitLewiston, Me.-Bowdoin, 2; Bates,
8.
New York-Columbia, 5; Union, 4.
Wooster, Mass.- Pennsylvania, 7;
Holy ross, 1.
Bloomington, Ind.-Iowa, 7; Indi-
ana, 2.
POLES URGE EXPORTATION OF
FOODSTUFFS BE SUSPENDED
New York, April 19.-Resentment
caused among the Poles in Austria by
the ceding of the Cholm district to
Ukrainia has resulted in the adoption
by representatives of all Polish poli-t
tical parties meeting at Cracow, 'of a1
resolution urging that the exportationI
of foodstuffs from Galicia be suspend-
ed, say German newspapers. ThisI
would mean declaration of a boycott
against the rest of Austria. It wasc
also resolved to issue an appeal to
the Polish people urging them to or-c
ganize for a national meeting att

Des Moines, Iowa, April 19.-En-
tries for the annual Drake relay carn-
ival here today show a field much
larger than last year, and indications
point to a successful meet despite
the absence on war service of many
stars. Entries were to have closed
last Monday night, but those who
sought admittance the next two days
were accepted, as war time conditions
in some schools have caused delays in
launching the track season.
The return of Minnesota, Michigan,
and Wisconsin, after dropping out
last year, will give added interest to
the carnival, while the late entry of
otre Dame also boosted the stock from
a spectator's point of view.
Good Marks Set Last Year
Winners of last year's races and
their time in the university and college
classes were:
University-One mile, Illinois, 3:21
4-5; one-half mile, Northwestern 1:29
2-5; two mile, Notre Dame, 7:56 4-5;
four mile, Chicago, 18:32 2-5; Notre
Dame later declared one of its men
ineligible under a rule of that school,
and requested that Purdue, which fin-
ished second in the two mile, be de-
clared winner.
College-Half mile, Wabash, 1:30
1-5; mile, Wabash, 3:26 1-5; two mile,
Morningside, 6:16 1-5.
Many Events on Program
The following events are scheduled
to take place: First section, half mile
relay for high schools. Two mile for
universities. Section section, half mile
for high schools. One mile for col-
leges. Two miles for high schools.
High school shuttle race. 100-yard
dash, the special event. Four mile for
universities. One mile for high
schools. Half mile for universities.
Two mile for colleges. High school
medley. Half mile for colleges. One
mile for universities.
C OLD WEATHER HINDERS
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ARRANGEMENTS MADE 80
R. 0. T. C. MEN CAN
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Coach Mitchell and the 30 odd
freshmen that turned out for all-fresh
baseball are hoping that the weather
this afternoon will permit them at
least to play without their overcoats.
The work of the first two days of the
yearlings' practice has been hindered
to a very great extent by the incle-
ment weather and the men were
forced to dance around and beat their
arms between plays in order that they
might keep from freezing.
Material is plentiful and arrang-
ments have been made so that R. O.
T. C. men may try out, but warmer
weather is an essential which is being
anxiously awaited. Two left handers
are out for pitchers, a condition quite
unusual at the University. In addi-
tion to Leahy and Russell the, south-
paws, Kimball and Gunn also look
like workable material for the mound
job.
No Outfield Material
There is ascarcity of men for the
outfield positions, while the infield is
overrun with candidates. Among these,
Karpus, Pheney, Boville, and Reichle
look especially promising.
Any men who have not yet turned
out for practice and who would do so
were they not taking training, me
asked to see Coach Mitchell. These
men will be excused from all their
drill for a limited time except the
Wednesday lecture. They will have to
make up two hours drill for each
week of drill they miss. Due to the
fact that R. O. T. C. men will be ex-
cused for a limited time only and
that Coach Lundgren wishes a team
to go against the Varsity during the
latter part of next week, first year
men wishing berths on the squad will
find it advisable to turn out early and
regularly, for cuts are to be made
early.
Practice today will be held at 1
o'clock and will be over in time for
the game between the -Varsity and
Western Reserve.

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