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May 03, 1917 - Image 3

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LAST TIME AT BAT
Fresinuen four)ud Out Two for Runs;
Opponents Get Five In
Six 1Inning1s
111THI SID)ES I-SE SEVFERAL
IIIRLERS' 1DURING CONTEST
Eleserves to Fiiish (ompeitition for
Today's Sch edule;, Yearlings
Again Saturday
Coach Lundgren's warriors won
from the All-fresh yesterday afternoon
by a score of 5 to 2 in six innings.
Things' looked dark for the regulars
until the sixth" inning, when they
pounded'Gariepy for six hits and four
runs.
Pitchers were supplied to the year-
lings by the Varsity, starting out with
Glenn for three innings, then Parks
for two innings, and Gariepy for the
last round of play. Lush pitched three
innings for the regulars and Ohimach-
er completed the game. .
Freshmen Count in 4th anid 6th
In the fourth and the sixth the
fresh landed on Ohly, anr4 scored a run
in each inning, in the fourth on an
error by Walterhouse, followed by a
sacrifice and a single, in the sixth by
two bases on balls and a single.
Horwitz started the big sixth in-
ning for the Varsity by singling.
Mattson pounded a fly to deep right

and landed on second, but forced Hor-
witz out at third. Kirchgessner dou-
bled, advancinig:Mattson a notch. New-
ell singled,' bringing home Mattson
and irchgessner.
Oltlmaclier Drives in Two Duns
Newell stole second and went to
third when Middledcitch, the next man
,,p, singled. Newell and Middleditch
came( home on a hit by Ohlmacher.
Four runs was the total for the in-
ning.
Lush brought the first counter for
the Varsity in the third inning, when
he drew a base on balls, and com-
pleted the circuit on two singles by
Niemann and Dancer.
xiinartin Scores for Fresh
Gilmartin scored in the fourth when
he stole third and home after an error
and a sacrifice had placed him on sec-
ond.
'Today the Reserves will furnish the
competition and another game with

the All-fresh will
o'clock Saturday.

be played at 3

Varsity. A.B.
Niemann, rf ...4
Dancer, 2b...3
Walterhouse, cf 3
H~orwitz, 3b..3
Mattson, c.... ,..3
Kirchgessner, ss 3
Newell, lb.....3
Middleditch, If .. 3
Lush, p ........1
Ohlmacher, p.. ..1
Totals .......27

R.
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
5

H.
1
1
0
1
2,
1
2
1
10

P.O. A.
2 0
0 2
1 0
11
1 2
0 1
7 0
2 0
2 1
2 1
18 8

E.)
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0I

All-fre~sh. A.B.
Wimbles, ss.. .. 2
Froemke, 3b. . ..3
Gilmartin, lb .... 3
K~nodle, If....... 0
G eneback, c .... 3
Sheldon, 2b... 3
Cohn, rf.......1
Lang'nh'ng'ni, of 2
Glenn, p ...... .1
Parks, p.......
Gariepy, p......0
Totals ......19

R.
0
0
1
1-
0
0
0
0
0
0
2

H1.
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
3

P.O. A.
1 0
2 3
8 0
1 0
0 0
0 2
0 0
2 0
2 0
2 2
0 0
18 7

E.
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1

'5 cent
(&~~5ilars
EA L 5' W II.$O N M

N 4r
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Score by innings:
All-fresh.............. 0 0 0 1'0 1-2
Varsity................0 01 0 04--5
Summaries: ,
First base on balls-Off Lush 1; off
Ohimacher 2, off Glenn 1, off Parks 1.
Wild pitch-Parks. Two-base hit-
Kirchgessner. Struck out--By Glenn
2. by Parks 1, by Lush 1, by Ohlmach-
er 1. Double steal-Knode and Shel-
don. Hit by pitcher-By Lush 1, -by
OhImacher 1. Stole home-Gilmartin,
Knode.'
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
National League
Brooklyn 000101000}0000-211 3
New Yorkl1000000100000-2 7 3
Cincinnati ..0000000001-1 1 0
Chicago .....0000000000-0 0 3

I

K

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w, >-

St. Louis ..... 1000020 -
Pittsburg .....000000000-0
Boston ........010000000-1
Philadelphia . .0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 *-2
Amiericank League
Detroit........10 00 0 001 *-2
St. Louis .....0000 00000-0
Athletics vs. Boston, rain.
New York ....010 0 0010 *-2
Washington . ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Chicago.......1 0 0 03 400*-8
Cleveland .....00 01 00 2 00-3
LEAGUE STANDINGS
Americani League
W. L.
Boston.........9 4
Chicago .............11 6
New York............ 8 6
St. Louis ............ 8 8
Cleveland............ 8 10
Athletics............. 6 8
Detroit .............. 6 9
Washington.......... 5 10

5
2
6
7
9
6

0
3
2
0
4

9
4
10
7

1
0
0
2

__._

Style for Summer
The correct thing wii be a
coat with some style of belt-
with white flannel trousers
for semi-dress, and trousers
to match the coat for busi-
iiess. A
Hart, Schaffner
& Marx
suit best fulfills demands.
They have breezy, careful,
comfortable style, anid are,
right for work or play; all
wool, well tailored, and they
fit. Let us show you a f ew
of them. Also
MANH-ATTAN SHIRTS
KNOXHATPS
LATEST NECKWL;_R
Reule-Conlin-Fiegel Co.
Southwest corner
Washington and M~ain Sts.

Pct.
.692
.647
.572
.500
.444
.429
.400
.333

Naioiial League Pusr~e s ~ .--~ L.~W~iUIUW JLiL 1L 1 V~i~L ~.-
w. L. Pet. ment of the. s 4iow the wAaist and shoulders of most any man to
St. Louis............10s74.588 advantage.~ :A r ~d half, and three quarter. Prices $20 to $45.
Chicago............10 8 .555Rf9
Boston............... 6 6 .500 TH U O PENEM R-HCG
Cincinnati............10 10 .500TER CHAG
Phillies........7 7 .500
Pittsbuirg . .. ,. . 7 12 .368 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Brooklyn.............. 3 7 .300 _~ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . =~~- .
FARRELL CONTENDS --. . ..
WITH BAD WEATHER 1- ________________
Track MIeac Shoe Poor Interest in Kuppenheimer Clothes are for sale in Ann Arbor by -...
Sport; ino Races ]This
Week ,211 U T L N T f ~211
Coach Farrell is experiencing a lot S. Main St. N o L E~.Ld-.dL...N C O * S. Main
of difficulties in training his track
men, aind keeping- them interested
enoughi to come out. - - _ -..
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