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The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 2, Number 9 (June 1901)

On the hill,   pp. 379-389


Page 386


Wisconsin Alumni Magazine.
  Chic
Hortoi
Place,
Harpe
Sloan,
Merrif
Howe,
Smith.
Sunde
Van P
  Wis
Harki
Leight
Pierce
Ware,
Schrei
Ericks
Mathe
Love,
Brobst
ago.         R
n, cf ........  2
rf........ 1
r, c .........  0
ss .........  1
leld 2b .... 1
,bb .........  0
p  .........  0
riand, lb... 0
'atton, If.... 0
Totals ....  5
consin.      R
n, 2b .......  1
ton, rf ......  1
, cf ........2
lb .........  0
ber,3b..... 0
on, if.... ...  1
ws, p .......  0
of ..........  1
tss ........  0
Totals ..... 6
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*"Two outwhen winning run came
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in,
         Score by Innings.
Chicago ...... 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1-5
Wisconsin .... 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1-6
  Bases on balls -Off Mathews, 9;
,off Smith, 3. Struck out by Mathews,
10; by Smith, 2. Two-base hit -
Harper.   Three-base hit - Ware.
Passed balls - Pierce 2. Umpire -
Pfeffer. Time - 2 hours.
  Wi
Erick
Leigh
Pierc
Ware
:Schre
Hark'
Math
Love,
Murp
  Noi
Jacks
Cerm
Fleag
Cook,
Smile
West,
Burns
Booth
Johns
sconsin.      R
;son, if . .. 0
Lton, rf ..    0
e, c.         2
, lb .........  2
Biber, 3b.....  1
in, 2b ....... 1
ews, p .......  1
cf ..........  0
hy, ss.......0
Totals ...... 7
rthwestern.   R
on, 3b-p .... 0
ak, cf .......  1
,er, c ........  1
if .........1
y,lb..        0
2b ..........  2
,ss ..........  1
rf .........  0
on, 3b-p ...  0
Totals ....   6
H
1
1
3
2
3
3
12
0
0
15
H
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
3
P
2
1
10
7
0
5
0
1
1
27
P
1
0
6
1
10
5
0
1
0
24
A
0
0
2
0
1
1
1
0
1
6
A
1
1
1
0
0
2
0
0
5
10
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0
1
1
0
3
0
1
2
0
8
E
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
   Struck out-By Mathews 10; by
 Johnson, 3; by Jackson, 2. Bases on
 ball -Off Johnson, 3; off Jackson, 1;
 off Mathews, 5. Three-base hits -
 Erickson, Leighton, Mathews. Home
 run - Ware. Passed balls - Pierce,
 2; Fleager, 8.   Balk - Mathews.
 'time of game -2 hours. Umpire.-
 Bandelin.
   Mathews and Richardson    have
 done all the pitching since the- early
 games, and have done well, though
 both have lacked control at times.
   May 25th the team lost'to Chicago,
 9-8, in a game very like the earlier
 one at Madison except that the other
 fellows made the batting finish.
 There is still the trying trip to be
 taken (June lst-Sth) when the team
 will meet Michigan, Notre Dame,
 Illinois, and Northwestern, with the
 "other fellows' crowd" to do the
 rooting, and it remains for the 1901
 team to demonstrate that it can win
 away from home, something Wiscon-
 sin ball teams havre rarely been able
 to accomplish in recent years. They
 ought to have a good chance, how-
 ever, as they are batters rather than
 brilliant fielders, and such a team
 suffers less on trips,where the crowd
 is apt to affect pitchers and fielders.
 The track men have covered them-
 selves with glory by winning the
 dual meets with Illinois (76Y2 to 35Y2
 points) and Chicago (56 to 53 points)
 after some very hard luck in losing
 strong men. Bredsteen, who looked
 in March like a sure thing in the two
 mile, had an affection of the nose
 and throat which made it necessary
 to submit to an operation, and the
 three Weeks loss of training prac-
tically put him out of the running.
Then McEachron was taken sick
and out of it; Schule has been more
or less ailing'much1 of the season;
Carpenter had a "break-down;" and
[June


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