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April 24, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 147) • Page Image 1

Wolverines; Six Runs Unearned By KENNETH PARKER Michigan won its second Confer- ence baseball game in three starts by routing an erratic Northwestern club in a loose contest yesterday at Ferry Field, 10 to 4…

…. Art Patchin worked the entire nine innings for the Wolverines, allowed four runs, eight hits, and struck out twelve. Had it not been for Al Ped- erson, Wildcat slugger who took his responsibility as…

…'s ten runs were made with the aid of eight Northwestern errors, four of which were made byl Merrell, the shortstop. As a result six of the Wolverine runs were unearned, all but one of the errors proving…

April 24, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 147) • Page Image 3

… Siegel and Bob Anderson head the list of the invading1 Wolverines. The captain will, of course, play the No. 1 position, while Anderson will meet the Ypsi No. 2 netter. Miller Sherwood will play at the No…

…- papermen (rightly dis-credited) with a miscue when he charged in on a slow hit ball and bobbled it when he tried a one-handed pickup. Opinion on the Wolverine bench was that Paulson didn't have time to get…

…'s scorebook registered a hit for the Wolverine outfielder, giving him a perfect batting record for the day, but the sports scribes gave Merrel an error. Woods and Kimbell, Northwestern's hurlers, didn't have…

… enough stuff to fool Michigan's hitters. They fanned only two Wolverines, while Regeezi, Ford and Teitelbaum hit five balls as hard as any hit during the afternoon, but they weren't propelled toward the…

… over last year when he didn't get a sem- blance of a base hit in two games against the Wolverines. It was teammate versus teammate when Clayt Paulson faced Ray Kim- bell, whorelievedWoods in the sixth…

… Stewart, Northwestern coach was impressed with the manner in which the Wolverines conducted themselves. He remarked during the course of the game "If Michigan is as good a team all season as it is today…

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