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ATHLETES LOWER 2I SENIOR LITS WIN FROM4
COLLEE REORDS JUNIORS By 9-3 SCORE:
Coll H [.Pl 0 s i (DI'VR (9AME8 1RESULT IN WIS
athletic office; altho
not been received
classes. First play v
tion process, to picki
)ugh entries haveI Boven's ground out and scored when
from any of the Bowerman hit to right.
will be an elimina- Walterhouse scored for the Varsity
kthe class teams. inthe last of the fouhrth. Gerge }
ChEERI1S FOR (1011-
LARSEN SETS NEW
MARK IN HIGH JUMP
IBojl 3gSimpsonof Missouri !Is Easy Winl-
nrj) 22-1,ard Hurdle
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First blood in the interclass base-IgHI IIU T II
ball league was drawn yesterday
morning when the senior lits defeated Hleine Horwitz Almost Wins for
the junior lits by a score of 9 to 3 in! sity with a Slide Home in
seven innings. A change in the sched- Fifth Ining
ule substituted the juniors instead of
the' freshmen as the seniors' oppon- (GLENN AND) RUZI(,'KA OPPOSE
tnts. EACH OTHER AS PITCH:
Wallie Niemann pitched great ball)___
for the winners, striking out 12 men fRge lyn n ev i
and allowing onlgyedwPlayingand Hevay H
tij T'i 2.,-Twoinnings, Gilmartin pitched for the
PhildelpiaApri 28 -Tw co losers, allowing eight hits, including',
1Ee chiamin ship records were two two-baggers and a three-bagger.
,,mashed here we America's crack O'Brien pounded out the three-bagger,#
to coa Fr nkin fel pne rltere ciini i tth er.Ini rsity of Penn- jaddition to his pitching exploit, Nie- e
yvni-a's 2r d ,,7, annal relazy carnival. mann brought one of the two-baggers.
Ten houandperons ine th ciderObie annexed several stolen bases.
lind te cnde iFrom the start the game belonged'
,,ailhto c' eer thkc atletes. Ito the seniors, who scored in everyt
Lasnof BrTigha.m Young univer- inning, while the juniors were held byr
sity, didl a high jurn!,- of 6 feet 5 3-S errorless work in the senior outfield.,
icsanwreod The old record Only two of the three games sched-!
was, feet " nhs he other new , tled for the afternoon were played.f
r Ec;ord was establishede~ in the one-mile The game between the soph and junior f
Burk :First (Game Between
Dale Maltby's freshmen held the
Varsity to a 3-3 tie in yesterday's
clash, the game stopping after nine
innings of play.
Ragged playing on both sides, and
heavy hitting by both teams marked
the game. The final score would have
read differently had not Horwitz been
called out at home on a close decision.
Both Glenn and. Ruzicka were hit
freely by the opposing batters, the
former allowing seven hits, one triplei
freshmnt ray champ lionship, won by engineers was postponed. by Knode, while th
the . UvrIty oF F("iiiylvania, time? In the first tussle between, the soph ed up for eight
rn~nip se2 c-lds in ipinp'the old licnd. .i n first n a man frnm ,3i,.double by fDance.r
the latter was touch-
safties including a
talc ULU tics ana Lne nrSL year men trout Lne
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record down froyn 3 minutes 25 4-5 sec-! same school, the second year men numerous, Glenn having nine whiffs to
onds. managed to get the long end of a 10 his credit and his opponent in the box
Cicag-o captuired the four-mile col- to 13 score. retiring two more by the same route.
leg<e re lair chamipionship with Mas-1 The senior engineers humbled the First Inning Goes Fast
-, chusetts ITstitute of Technology a freshmen in the second game to the In the first inning Glenn struck out
c;,se second1, and 1 Ayette third. Bob' tune of 3 to A. Weadock and Froemke in order and
Simp son of .ipsouri had no trouble Nine games more will be played nextI handled Gilmartin's roller unassisted.
takding the 22?3.-yard hur(Iles. Penn- vweek and this will conclude the first: The Varsity fared no better and only
;yvia dtokthe, two-rnii >> champion-, round of the tournament, the first three men were allowed to
ipeven' i S inutes :- seconds. i __________! bat. Niemann got to first on Van
Biutler E.,, ui tquC jumped 23 feet' ' AVOIIAIiLE WEATHER HASTENS j Boven's fumble of a grounder but Urn-
S2-4 inches- in ti;, b oad uirp. Husted A WITRLASTNI ire Rowe called him out off that sack
of Ii o s s f .1J. the i scus throwv ' a few moments later.
wvith a heav of 128 feet 4 inches. Clawetrwilestincio In the second inning the freshman
Hligg;ins, Chcagc, ws c. d. tallied when Knode hit to left field
_._____ __j in interclass tennis, to start Monday. ;went to second on a passed ball by
Try a NIOchf an lDaily Want-Ad. This is the announcement made by the Mattson, travelled to third on Van
Score and sump
Weadock, cf.... 5
Froemke, 3b. ...4
Gilmartin, lb. ..3
Van Boven, ss. .4
Bowerman, rf... 2
Mraz, rf....... 2
Freeman, 2b.... .2
CHASE B. SIKES
A. A. STANLEY
Trickets for Single Concerts Still on Sale at SCHOOL
OF MUSIC, so Long as they Last.
CONCERTS .8 o'clock-AFTERNOON CONCERTS 2:30 o'clock, Central Standard
Doors open 30 Mtinutes before Concerts - Doors Closed During Performance of Numbers
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"J ichigan 's Qreatest 7tusicalE vent"
MRNKIGTNMAUDE FAY. AMELITA