THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TITIRSDAY, JUNIE 2, 1927
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TILDEN, COCHET oriirii IrrTrn(1 PIUFLI'HELEN FAVORED
Yankees Win Again;!
Pirates Beaten, 7-41
With Hudlin. on the mound, the In-,
dians scalped the Tigers by a score
of 14-1. The New York Yankees con-1
tinued +their winning ways when
Thomas outpitched Walberg of the!
Athletics to gain a 2-1 verdict. Thisl
gave the Yankees four out of five from
I iladelphia. Intthe other Ameni-
can league game the Red Sox downed
In the senior circuit the league lead-
ing Pirates lost to the Phillies 7.4.
Enterint the eighth the Pirates had a
3-0 lead and Meadows was going great
but the Phillies took life and knocked!
the Pirate ace out of the box, scoring
seven runs. Leach poled one out forl
the circuit in this inning.
Brooklyn with Elliott doing the
pit ping defeated the Boston Braves
b a 6-2 score. Elliott held the
Braves to four hits but his teammates
made three errors which aided Boston
in their scoring.
The National league teams will be-'
gin their invasion of the West today l
while in the American league the
Eastern teams will play host.
TILDEN, COCME T;H ELEN F AVORED
TO MEET AGAIN AT ENGLISH NET
916 TEN NET VICTOR S'
Foiir le er Iinners Are Sophomores;
Only Captain Olia iDefinitely
Lost To Squad
THREE TO RECEIVE AMA'S
Seven members of the Big Ten chain-
pionship Wolverine tennis squad w;ich
failed to lose a single match through-
out the whole season were designatedI
yesterday by Coach Henry C. Hutchins4
to receive Varsity letters.
Four of the men named for the
awards are sophomores, including thel
Conference doubles winning team com- I
posed of Barton and Moore. The
other sophomores named are Algerl
and Schafer, while both Stephens, '27,1
and Goldsmith, '27, have not yet filledI
their three year period of eligibility.
Captain Olian, '27, will be lost to
the squad through graduation, but j
Marshall, '28, and Kempner, '29, thel
latter two AMA winners, will return
next year. Nagel, '27, is the other
named to receive the minor award.
During the past season the Wolver-
ine netmen scored impressive victories
in all of their iratches against -all
kinds of competition both in and outl
of the Conference.I
Although Barton and Moore went
through to win in the doubles both of
the Michigan single entrants, Barton
and Rlger, were defeated in the singles.
BOSTON.-The Red Sox have re-1
turned Shortstop Wanninger to St.
Favorites Call Boy,[
Wins English Derbyf
EPSON, (By Associated Press)AwYEARyIETM[N
ESN.Eng., June 1.-Always in I -
front of his field, Call Boy favorite! rsmnnte dfae h e
in the betting, carried the colors of his Freshmen netmen defeated the re-
owner, Frank Curzon, thearical man, serve tennis team in a return m'atch
to victory in the 144th running of the held yesterday on the Ferry field ourts
historic Derby today. 1sweeping four of the five singles
He -set un a new record, too, for liematches and the only double match to
covered the mile and a half over the Brody, first man on the reserves'
Epsom Downs course in 2 nutes 34.4 team, defeated Graham, 6-3, 6-1. I
seconds and once more demonstrated ', dfeat sraham s-3, m-1 cI
the proof that "blood will tell" for te~hard fought second singles iatch
I Cal By's wo roters hamionElliott of the yearling squad was vic-
CTutle any' Co rohall theemti torious over Nagel, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3. In
Tuttle and Coronach, all three the 1nte he e a~hMrh hr
sons of Hurry On, have been derby mnor the rshetnac Mar -
winners in recent years. man of the freshan team, beat Mar-
VictordSasson's Hotnight was sec- shall, 6-4, 4-6, 6-2.
ond and Major J. S. Courtauld's Beal won over Kempner of the re-
Shinnmor finished third. Twenty- serves in the fourth singles, 6-2, 6-3,
. thre hores ra. ,while Zoss treat Neff in the fifth sin-
King George and Captain Lindbergh les, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3. Nagel and Kempner
were among thespectators. Jockey of the reserves lost to Traham and
Elliott rode the victorPenni, 6-4, 3-6, 6-4, in the wily doubles
1w I match played.
Nurni's world record for the mile
Patronize Daily Advertisers
WIliiam T. Tilden11
Ranking American tennis player and
considered perhaps the greatest the
E world has ever seen. Today he and
3 Henri Cochet will =meet in the semi-
1 finals of the international hard court
championships at St. Cloud, France.'
0 Cochet defeated Tilden last year in the
1 American championship semi-finals.
Formerly Women's champion and
now in England. This year she is ap-
parently succeeding in hercomeback
as evidenced by her play in prepara-
tion for -the Wimbledon championships.
LOS ANGELESL-The University of
Southern California ball team will
play in Honolulu.
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MICHlGAN'S 1928 BASKETBALL CARD
EXPECTED TO BE ANOTHER HARD ONE
improve Michigan's chances any as
the..Maroons are a hard team for us
to beat ontheir home floor."
Three teams will appear on the,
schedule next year which did not en-
gage the Wolverines in 1927, Wiscon-
sin, Northwestern, and Ohio State, ac-
cording to the round-robin system of
gamnes adopted by the Big Ten coaches.
Likewise three teams which were;
played this season, Illinois, Iowa, and
Minnesato, will be nmissing from the
1928 basketball program. The first is
with Northwestern at Evanston on
January 7, while Wisconsin winds up
the season March 5 in Yost field house.
Michigan will lose four letter men,
Capt. Chambers, Petrie, Raznick, and
Kuenzel. The veterans back will be
Oosterbaan, Harrigan, McCoy, Schroe-
der, and Truskowski. Several promis-
ing freshmen from this year's yearling
court team will probably fill the vacan-
NEW YORK-Edvin Wide, Swedish
track star, will make his final Amer-
ican appearance June 18.
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