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Two Major Sport Clianipionshires Won
While Only 10 Contests Are
Lost By All Teams
*841 IS YEAR'S MARK
When the baseball team won from
Ohio State yesterday it marked Mich-
igan's fifty-third athletic victory of
the year in competition with Western
Conference schools. Teams represent-
ing the Wolverines in the principal
sports, football, baseball, basketball,
track, tennis, swimming, wrestling,'
hockey, cross-country, and golf,nlost
only 10 contests to Big Ten opponents .
out of a total of 63 played.
The football team went through the
season undefeated in Conference
games, while the track, swimming,
cross-country, and tennis teams did
not lose a dual meet. The basketball
team met but two reverses losing to
Purdue and Indiana. The single loss
sustained by the wrestling squad was
met at thebhands of Illinois.
Minnesota was the only Big Ten
school that won more than one con-
test from the Wolverines in any single
sport, when the Gophers' hockey sex-
tet broke even with the Michigan
puckmzen in a four game series.. The
baseball team sustained the most
losses, dropping four games to other
During the past year three Big Ten
schools, Wisconsin, Ohio State, and
Chicago, did not win a single athletic
contest from Michigan. Purdue had
the most success against the Maize
and Blue, winning three out of seven
engagements. The Boilermakers scor-
ed victories in basketball, baseball,
It is doubtful if any other West-
ern Conference institution had a bet-
ter year from an athletic standpoint.
Illinois, Michigan's chief rival for
first honors in sports, scored only two
victories in eight contests with the
Wolverines. The Indians avenged
their losses in single . competition,
however, by winning tie Conference
track and wrestling titles, and tying
for first place in baseball.
Michigan's record against Big Ten
opponents. in athletic contests for the
past year follows:
Won Lost Pct.
uaii Leam , nau a - ne 1 ay11 yes r ay iIIILO n the fo e gam .
getting on base three times, on a base
on balls, a hit and an error by Riehi, As a pitcher, that man Blanchard is
Buskeye shortstop. He scored on all some batter! After taking charge of
three occasions. Also he had a per- the wreck left by Red Ames, he did hisr
feet day in the field. bit by sr;ashing out a three bagger
an" a two base hit in succesivet imes
Louis Kubicek had tough, -luek, j at bat.;
being forced to stay on the side-
lines coaching while his mates
staged a marathon around the
bases. Ile in.ured his leg slid.
Ing into second in the game with
Iowa after being hit by a pitched
ball a few minutes earlier and
was unable to play in either of the
last two games.
Consistency is all right in some
cases, but not in others. Witness Red
Ames, Ohio's star pitcher, and% Don'
Miller, Wolverine hurling ace, for
proof. Red simply couldn't find the
plate. The result was four straight
bases on balls and a trip to the
Capt. Bill Puceelwartz, playing his
last game for Michigan, had a fine)
day of it, getting on base four times
in five times at bat. He got two sin-
gles, a base on balls and another life
on a fielder's choice. Ruetz, thei
On the other hiand Don Miller
adopted the strikeout gamie as"
his long suit and fanned ii men,
7 falling ii the first three inn-
ings. His battery mate, Red
Davis, however, had a tough
thme of it. le started off by
missing the third strike. of
Riehl, and got hit on the le, be-
sides missing a couple of other
And last of all, we wish to extend
our sympathies to Ben Oosterbaan.
This is the first time in six sport sea-
sons-two full years-that Bennie has
not earned a gold championship
award, and he really couldn't help it
because Michigan couldn't win all the
time as some students seem to think
she should. Michigan has had more
than her share of titles and we are
proud of her, complaining has no
place here. Five championships this
year and titles in all four major titles
last year is a record unsurpassed.
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LOST-Collie dog. Reward for in-
formation leading to recovery of a
large red collie dog, lost or taken
from 1315 Packard, Tuesday even-
hing. Marked with a white collar,
white in face and white frontk left
. paw. Answers to name of "Lad-
die." Further identified by name
on leather collar, license number
4331, also owner's name on collar.
Phone 4898. 1315 Packard. 180
Carl M. Loos
Who was selected to captain the
1928 Michigan baseball team after the
final game with Ohio State yesterday
by the 13 letter men.
The little shortstop has played reg-
ularly with the Varsity for two years,,
and during that time has proved him-
self a heady player and a consistent
hitter, batting in the lead-off position
This season he has alternated part of
the time with Morse since the latter
is a left handed batter.
"Stubby" is a Chicago athlete and
gained his prep school experience at
Lakeview high school.
COMING SPORT EVENTS
June 9 and 10-Conference
Golf meet at Chicago.
June 10 and 11-National
Track meet at Chicago.
June 17 and 18-aseball; Uni-
versity of Cincinnati here.
LOST-Friday, April 22, silver van-
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Phone 9445, 180
FOR RENT-Nice front .room, also
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FOR RENT - For summer school.
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FOR SALE-Auto tent and gas stove.
Also wardrobe trunk and hall rack.
Phone 7240. 180
FOR SALE-Furnished house to rent
until September 1. Phone 7509. 180
FOR SALE-1923 Ford touring. Good
running condition. $50 cash. Call
3644. Kenneth Kuhn, 708, Church.
WANTED-One 1926 and one 1927
dichiiganensian. J. Halsted. Call
6117. 1550 Washtenaw. 179-180
N0TICE-University instructor wants
furnished house for academic yetr
1927-28. Would care for large home
during ownor's absence or sabbati-
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WANTED STUDENTS to know that
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suits and overcoats. -
121E.ANN DIAL 4806
POTICE-Mell Gillespie, teacher man-
dolin, banjos, guitar, chordcon
struction. Dial 4757.
. Wed., Fri., Sun., tf
Trojanowskl's Barber Shop has sat-
isfied Students for 40 years.
News Letters anid College Printing.
Prices and service right.
Davis & Oiluger, Prompt Printers
1093-111 E. Wash. St Dial 8132
NOTICE-Do not leave Michigan until
you have preserved your diploma
by the famous drum-head mount
process. Let's talk it over. J. B.
Saunders, exceptional framing. 306
South State St. - u-th-sun
tukand door keys. Phone 7325.
1210 West Huron. Keeler. 179-80
NOTICE -The, new Victor Ortho-
phonic Portable machines are here.
Come in and hear them. Schae-
berle & Son Music House. tf
BASEBALL MANAGER NAMED
James G. McKillen, Jr., '28E,7
was yesterday chosen managef
of the 1928 baseball team, accord--,
ing to an announcement by Ar-
thur L. Evely, '27, retiring mana-
The assistants named are Mel-
vin R. Deo, '29, George B. Mar--
tin, '29E, Donald F. Nash, '29E,
and Webster Sterling, '29. Don-
ald MacKenzie, '29E, is the al-
This completes the managerial
appointments for next year's
teams. The others are James
U. Hughey, '28, football; Robert
C. Leland, '28, basketball; Lorne
J. Pool; '28, track; William G.
Thielman, '29, minor sports;
Wilbur D: Prescott, '28, inter-
LOST-A green gold Wahl'
pen, Friday morning on
jCall J. E. Wendel, _3193.
1 _ ,1
What About Your
We will buy, exchange, pack,
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have catered to Michigan students
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Our service is unequalled. We
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Iowa ... .... ...
Michigan State, the Wolverines'
chief non-Conference rival, scored
their sole athletic victory of the year
over a Michigan team when their
baseball team won last week, 4-1.
Throughout the year's contests the
Spartans lost eight events to Mich-
NET PLAYERS MAY 00
TO NATIONAL TOURNEY
In view of their' excellent showing
in winning the Western Conference
doubles championship a week ago- at
Chicago, Horace Barton and King
Moore Will probably be sent to play
in the National intercollegiate tennis
champions at Germantown, Pennsyl-
vania,' the latter part of the month,
according to Qoach Henry C. Hutchins.
There are only two technicalities
standing in the way of their compet-
ing, the sanction of the Athletic asso-
ciation and Moore's contemplated trip
to Europe this summer. Moore is to
sail early in July and will not be able
to play if the tourney is held late.
The Wolverine combination has not
lost a match this year.
LAFAYETTE.-Purdue will lose two
baseball players by graduation, Capt.
Wise and McHargue.
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FOR SALE-By owner, late 1924 Ford
roadster. Cord tires. Extras. Per-
feet condition. Price $70. 220 S.
Ingalls. 6978. 180
FOR SALE-'21 Ford Coupe. Good
condition. New rear axle. $40 if
sold today or tomorrow. Call 9173.
FOR SALE-Motorcycle, 1922 Harley
Davidson. Recently overhauled,
splendid running condition. Good
tires. Owner leaving city. Call
FOR SALE-Ford touring, cheap.
Good for students returning home.
322' John St. 180
All makes of typewriters for sale or
rent. Excellent machines at rea-
sonable prices, for rent. Prompt
repairing by experienced workmen.
Couiteous service. Aulta Brand
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FOR SALE-Auto tent and compart-
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FOR SALE - Most desirable large
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Soae of our offerings include:
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and water. Furnished. Possession
Sept. 1. $110 per month.
2. Ten rooms on Wilmot. Posses-
sion at. once. $100 per , month.
3. Furnished house on Cambridge
Road. Possession June 15. Price
$105 per month.
4. Suburban five room house. Semi-
modern. Possession at once. Price
$25 per month.
5. Six room apartment on Mc-
Kinley. Heat and water furnished.
Available now. Price $70 per month.
6. 303 N. Eighth St. Six room house.
Available Sept. - 1. Rent $45 per;
7. 835 Tappan Ct. Seven room
louse with or without garage. -Posses-
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i 8. Near Campus. A-1 rooming
house that accommodates from 35 to
40 persons. Possession this fall.
Rental $2500 per year.
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Have your pen repaired now at Rider's
where it can be properly done, and
ready for exams.
Let us save you the boxing,shipping
and danger of breakage on that type-
writer. We will call for it, store it
at a small cost for the summer,
clean and repair it if you wish and
have it ready for you in the fall
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can- take dictation and wh3 will
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