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Due to Pitch Against
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'Y TRIMS SCRUBS
N POORLY PLAYED
shall pitch the game against M. A. C.
tomorrow afternoon. The Michigan
coach believes that the Aggies have
improved materially since the first
game between the two teams when
the Wolverines won 12 to 2 in a slug-
ging match. Lundgren will take no
chances and so will start his best
Ruzicka Pitches Saturday;
Ruzicka will also have to do the
hurling Saturday when Iowa comes for
the first game between these two ag-
gregations. The Conference race, ac-
cording to all dope, is between Mich-
igan, Iowa, and Illinois and the Wol-
verines will have to cop Saturday in
order to keep in the race. Illinois
comes next Monday for a game and
Ruzicka will be depended on then
also unless Captain Glenn gets his
arm in shape.
If Michigan manages to run up a
sizable score at the start of the game
tomorrow, Saunders may be sent in
to relieve Ruzicka in order to save
him for the more important games
ors and Misplays on Both Sides
Result in Rough Fray
mely bingles by Bowerman and
z, coupled with an infield hit by
per and several errors enabled the
city to take a combination fresh-
* and scrub team into camp yes-
ay afternoon in the first game
ed by the Wolverines since last
he Wolverines showed the effects
heir long lay off and there was
lack, of pep in the playing
he first team. Errors were plenti-
and it was a series of misplays
ch allowed the scrubs to get a
run lead at the start of the game.
ckett, who started pitching for
Varsity, was touched up for sev-
bingles and errors by Cooper and
'erman helped the second string
aunders on Mound for Scrubs
unders, who twirled most of the
e for the scrubs, had hard luck
he closing session of the game.
a Bowerman and Mraz secured
bles on hits which ought to have
held to singles and Bowerman
Lld have been caught at second on
smash if the ball had been hand-
properly. Another error later in
inning allowed Cooper to score
tieing run after the side should
DEFEAT1 Of GINTS IS
Bis UPSET IN MAJORS
PITTSB'RG HANDS LEADERS
D)OUBLE BEATING IN
New York, being defeated twice by
Pittsburg, rated no higher than a
second division club, in the first games
played by the teams was the big upset
of the past week in the big leagues.
Coming out of the east with a string
of victories marked by only one de-
feat, the Giants were expected to
have but little trouble in running
away with the series in the Smoky
City. Hamilton and Cooper were the
pitchers who proved too much for the
visitors and who stopped them for the
first time this season in two games
Philaidelphia continues on her
downward path losing all of the four
games in which she was engaged. The
other teams of the older circuit play-
ed about even.:
Anerican League Tightens Up
The American league race is tight-
ening up. Boston and Cleveland have
both been in the lead during the week,
but the latter's defeat by the White
Sox has again established the Red
Hose at the top. The New York
Yankees are slowly but surely climb-
ing, and at the same rate of going
during the next, as during the past
week, they should be one of the teams
fighting for the lead.
Washington also is coming well. In
the last six games played they have
won five and lost one. They now
stand at the top of the second divi-
sion and are within easy striking dis-
tance of the first division teams.
The American league race promisedl
to be the closest since 1915, at whichl
this will weaken the offense consider- nament to be held Thursday, Friday,
ably. Jackson has been picked sev- and Saturday of this week.
time five teams were in the running
for the pennant up to the last month.
The Chicago White Sox, who were the
best in the league last year and who
are expected to repeat, will have a
little more trouble in doing so. The
reason for this is that one of their
star outfielders, Joe Jackson, will
soon be called into the service and
eral times on the mythical All-Ameri- I
can ball team by the universal choice
of baseball critics.
American Teams Strong
Then too, the other teams are con-
siderably -stronger -than they were
last year. Boston, runner up, has ad-
ded to its list of stars, McInnis the
famous first baseman of the $100,000
infield. New York and St. Louis
both profited in the winters trading
and the former, at least, appears to
have some chance for the flag. Even!
the Athletics are improved. For the
first time since their old champion-
ship days they look like a big league
(II l4'AGO WINS ANOTHER BIG
TEN TENNIS MATCH, 2 TO 1
Chicago's tennis team won.its second
Conference tournament Saturday
when it beat the Wisconsin team two
matches out of three.
The Madison duo started when
they won the doubles in straight sets:
6-4, 6-1, but the Maroons came back
and won both singles. The singles all
went to deuce sets, but the Chicago
men seemed to have better staying
power and won out in the end. Pike
won the opening one in straight sets
7-5, 7-5, while Nath had an even hard-
er time with the Badger star, winning
only after three sets 9-7, 7-9, 9-7.
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Picks J'en To Run
Men have been picked by tennis
manager Hamer to take charge of
their -class interests in the prelimi-
naries for the inter-elaas tennis tour-
each of the other classes ft
matches, two singles and one
These will take place about c
after the preliminaries have 1
The next Varsity meet will
day with Chicago on the enem
From the Windy City Hamer
bert go to Madison where th
Wisconsin Saturday. These I
have been 'definitely chosen a
igan's racket wielders for the
ADDITIONAL SPORTS ON PA
Roieri lPieterle, '21)1, Gives
Robert Dieterle, '21M, gave
last night in the parlors of
Dieterle is one of the pupils
odore Harrison, of the School
ic, and will appear as one of t
ists in the May Festival progrn
Harry Wellford, for the seniors, T.
R. Harrison for the juniors, W.. R.
Borinstein for the sophomores, and
L. E. Munz for the freshmen, are the
men chosen. Anyone desiring to en-j
te' the tournament is asked to call
his class representative and find out
where and at what times tryouts are
to take place.
Two men teams will be picked and
each team will meet the team of
cided that Ruzicka
Putting two runs over in the eighth
inning, Chicago beat Wisconsin 6 to 5
in their Conference baseball game on.
Stagg field Saturday.
The green Madison team put ascare
into the Maroons by leading up to the
seventh, four to two, at which time,
however, the Windy City team started
a rally and tied the score.
Three home runs were the features
of the game, which was rather loosely
played because of the cold. Seven er-
rors were chalked up against the
two teams and the three made by the
Chicago team were instrumental in
the Wisconsin scoring.
In the seventh and eighth a number
of scratch hits combined with errors
gave the Maroons four runs and let
them come out of the game winners.
Illinois Beats Purdue
Allowing but four hits Wrobke shut
out the Purdue nine at Urbana, allow-
ing Illinois to win 5 to 0. This was
Wrobke's first Conference game, but
he pitched like a veteran and pulled
out of two tight holes when the Boil-
ermakers filled the bases.
In the third the Champagne team
got to Bray for four runs knocking
him out of the box and insuring
themselves the game. Mills then re-
placed Bray and held Illinois to but
one run for the succeeding five in-
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