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ESH MEN DOWN A PEG

Laugenhan, cf; Gilmartin, lb; Shel-
don, rf; Wood, p.
Score by innings:
Varsity..........12001030-7
All-fresh.........00000000-0

UTA TO (INA[ PI
MANAGER OF ATHLETICS

Why Worry? If It Hadn 't Been
the War It Would Have Been Rain

t

HARD HITTING AN~D
MAKE VICTORY
EASY

STEALS YESTERDAY'S

GAMES

ILLINOIS
PENN

DEFEATS
HAS THREE
GAMES

CHICAGO;
MORE

With ideal weather conditions for
a ball game the Varsity beat the All-
fresh yesterday afternoon in eight in-
nings by a 7 to 0 score. The frosh
had it coming, as they have beaten
Lundgren's men in the last two times
out.
Ohlmacher was pitching for the Var-
sity and had Maltby's men eating out
of his hand. His support was all that
could be wished for, the work of Cap-
tain Brandell on short being especial-
ly luminous.
The Varsity began their scoring In
the first Inning, Bill Niemann open-
ing the game with a triple which re-
sulted In a run when Walterhouse sin-
gled. In the second inning Dancer and
Cooper continued ~the good work, both
crossing the plate after making hits.
Neither side scored again until the
fifth inning when Ohlmnacher scored.
The last counting was done in the
seventh inning, four hits in a row
bringing In three runs.
Lundgren's men lookded good yes-
terday on the bases. A couple double
steals were pulled off, and pilfering
second was a common occurrence.
Captain Brandell and Bill Nieman
were the chief robbers. In the sixth
inning Langenhan of the frosh made
a great catch of Haidler's drive to cen-
ter field, robbing him of a sure three-
bagger.
At 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon on
Ferry feld the Varsity and All-fresh
will hook up in a holiday bill. Coach
Lundgren stated that he would have
Glenn do the pitching for the Varsity
while Maltby is grooming Ruzicka for
that position on the All-fresh.
The lineups for yesterday's game
were as follows:
Varsity: Niemann, rf; Walterhouse,
cf; Brandell, s Newell, ib; Kirk-
gessner, 3b; Dancer, 2b; Cooper, If;
Haidler, c; Ohlmacher, p.
All-fresh: Knode, 2b; Froemke, 3b;
Van Boven, ss; Marz, If; Genebach, c;

American League
Cleveland .0 0 00 0 0 -
(10 innings.)
N ew York ....10 0 0 0 0 000-0
Athletics .....003010000-4
(First game.)
New York . ...100 00 0 02 0-3
Athletics.....010 0 010 20-4
(Second game.)
Boston .......00000000 2-2
Washington . ..00 00 0 01 00-1
(First game.)
Boston .......010071000-9
Washington ...0 00 00 0 000-0
(Second game.)
St. Louis .....0 000110 00-2
Chicago. .. . ..3 0 00 01 000-4
'National League
St. Louis .. . ..02 02 1 0110-7
Cincinnati . .. .0 3 010 0 000-4

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8

6
10

6
8
6
5

2
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
2
1
2

14
4

5
8

10
8

Utah: In their official report for
the last college year, the students,'
athletic appor~tionment board recom-
mends the installation of a paid man-
ager, in order to put the financing of
sports o~n a firmer footing.
Washington: Forty-nine women
who are eligible to row on their class
crews regatta field day will compete.
Interest is keen in the women's races
this year'.
Indiana: Coach Harvey Cohn has
made a list of eight men who are
eligible to receive their "I's" for track
work. They will be passed by the
athletic committee.
Illinois: A victory over Chicago
closed Illinois' baseball season. Klein
hurled a peculiar game for Illinois,
allowing three hits, passing seven and
striking out 10. Chicago was clouted
for 15 hits. Score, 15 to 3.
Chicago: A lively program of en-
tertainment has been planned for the
high school track stars who will take
part in the annual interscholastic meet
June 2. Campus talent is to unite in
a huge concert and vaudeville pro-
gram for their benefit. Chicago is
especially desirous of making the prep
Imen welcome, as every university in
the country will be in great need of
men next fall.
Pennsylvania: Although only ii
men remain on the team, with the
schedule completely wiped out, the
varsity nine will play three more
games this year with Villanova, Dela-
ware and Lafayette.
Read today's Arcade advertisement
on page six.-Adv. 3
~Meet me at the Delta Sunday eve-
ing.--Adv.

In an interview the other day Hugh-
ey Jennings, manager of the Detroit
Tigers, stated that if the tide would
recede long enough for his team to
take the field and do something be-
sides play checkers and attend the
movies he might show baseball fans
that he had a team instead of nine
husky students of Hoyle.
Coach Lundgren, of Michigan's Var-
sity baseball team, might echo the
same sentiments and come pretty near
stating the truth. The players and
coaches and fans in general have been
more or less disappointed because they
have not been able either to play or
take their only-only's to Ferry field.
However, there is another fact that
they have been overlooking which goes
to prove that it is never wvise to over-
look a bet and that every cloud has
its, etc, etc. That fact is sometimes
called Old Man Weather. Hughey Jen-
nings labeled it the tide.

Probably it has never occurred to
m~any that in case the war had never
happened, anid we hadn't had to regist-
er, still our Varsity baseball schedule
would have been a very sad affair.
Many nice pink dresses and accoutre-
ments would have been absolutely
ruined and the mosquito fleet would
have l~een summoned to rescue the
outfielders, and the reason is be-
cause on almost every Wednesday and
Saturday on which a game would have
been scheduled, with only about three
exceptions, it has rained. Not always
has it been wet enough to stop a game
entirely for the day, but Coach Lund-.
gren would have been~ forced to
equip his men with mud-guards before
the wallowing could begin again.
Track also would have been affected
in the same manner. Coach Farrell
and his retinue have acquired more
practice and skill In checkers this year
than any previous season. Many of the
two squads have almost advanced to

Chicago at Pittsburg;
rain.

ovu iu to the need1 for good strategists
on the0 general staff and vacancies ar<
occurig on the list of the abovE
club's membership chart, and it i,
rumored that Captain Brandell anc
others are expecting to try out for e
position is head pawn coach, that is
if ther is anythinig to pawn.
Com ~opoliian ('liii, holds Roast Today
Social activities of the Cosmopoli.
ta:n club for this year will- terminat<
in a "roa st" to be given this afternoon
'i'eo who -wish to go on the excursiox
are to meet at 3:31) o'clock in the cor
imir 01. University hall.
it i& expected that a large numbe
x.'ilI t iake a dvant age of the holiday ix
this manner.
Read today's Arcade advertisenmen
on: pago six.-Adv. S
There a' opportunity In The Michi

* Phillies
rain.

at New York;

no game-
no game--
game-rain.

Brooklyn at Boston; no

Kansas Plans for University Commons
Lawrence, Kan., May 29.-Plans for
a university commons where students
can get cheap board without being de-
prived of nutritious food are being
formulated by the men's student coun-
cil of the University of Kansas.
C. Gingrich, '19E, ill with Diphtheria
Carl M. Gingrich, '19E, 914 South
State street, was taken sick with
diphtheria yesterday and removed to
the University hospital.
Read today's Arcade advertisement
on page slx.--Adv. 30

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