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May 09, 1928 - Image 7

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' RbNVSDAY, MAV 9, 1928,



WEDNESDAY r. AY xw. ax192g L. -I1T( 1-1TCA!. a. DaILY

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C O I E T L M R T O o uwy A sociated P es s,
a.AT014AW7AK~A . ni _-_________________v_______ _

Bucheye Racks Run Through Light,
Iowa Line At Will To Pile Up
Score Of 23.0
By handing Coach Miller's "Iowa"
eleven 28-0 defeat, Coach Keen's "Ohio

1VtLA C1k V.Vtnk.X! stu, t ii k 1 tA, Wek.ary
and footsore, most of the surviving1
64 trans-continentaj bun~oneers reallz-
ed they were in an "Iron Man" m'ara-
thon race today as they'set out for
their sixty-sixth control point, Ligon-

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State" team added a third to their ier, Ind., 40 miles east of here.r
uunbroken string of victories in the Monday's lap, a 66.2 mile stretch
: pring football Ipractice games, and over heavily trafficked 'roads from
wonit into a tie with "Illinois" for the Gary to Mishawaka, was the longestr
first pilace in the round robin tourn- and one of the hardest of the 2,496.9r
ament. miles traversed thus far.
Avery proved the offensive starof LusPrel fAbnN .
the game, puncturing the lighter for- LusPrel fAbnN .
w/ard WAll of the "Iowa" eleven almost1 who is in eighth place, won the lap1
at will, andt scoring 20 points by three in 9:30: 42, bringing his total elaps-i
I cresuhowurs and two kicks for extraI ed time for the 2,496.9 miles to 460:
points. Wheeler's punting and run- 570ionSlth asiN 1
nling was another big factor in the 570.Jh aoItePsac
~ Finn, came in second in 10:15.25;
success of the "Buckeye" eleven,.lmigo h w edrPt
Iowa Hleldl First Period cibn n-h w edr'1ee
Altoug te lghtr Iow" tamGavuzzi of Southampton, England,
slopped the "Ohio State" offense in Andrew Payne, Claremore, Okla. Ga-
the perod, verybrok thrughvuzzi andl Payne finished in three-way
the irs peiodAvey boke hrogh tie for third place with Phillip GIran-i
right tackle for 15 yards and a touch-ii
clown soon after the second quarter ville of Canada in 11:25:37.
started. andl kicked goal. A moment Following are the leaders and their
later Eastman went through the same elapsed tim~e for 2496.9 miles:
plae, ut ack an spintd 5 yads Peter Gavuzzi, Southampton, Eng.,
plac, ct hck, nd prited 0 yrds406:14:02.
for the "Buckeyes" second score. As drwPyeCleme, ka,
the quarter ended, the "Ohio State" Ade anCaeoe ka
line broke through en masse and 412:23:25.
blocked McCormick's punt, which roll- John Salo, Passaic, N. J., 439:33:48,.
eCd behind the line for a safety and Phillip Granville. Hamilton, Out.,
two points. 46:48:0j.
Avery scored the "Buckeyes" third Mike Joyce,4 Cleveland, 458:57:59.
marker on a plunge through center Ed. 'Gardner, Seattle 461:46.41.
after a 35 yard pass, Wheeler to Williamk Kerr, Minneapolis, 463:32.
Elastmnan, hadI put the ball on theI Louis Perrella, Albany, N. Y., 466:-
"Hlawks" three yard, line. Eastman '57:0p9.
made the final score when he inter- Giusto Ulmek, Trieste, Italy, 467:-
c'epted Kracke's toss and ran 40 yards 12:01.
behind excellent interference. Avery John Cronick, Saskatoon, Sask.,
kicked the goal. 147 4:53:48.
The lineups: -- - -
1101100 State" (28) "Iowa" (0)
Orwig ............RE...... Goldman I CHIEERINGNOTICEC
Schmiegle.........RT ....... Dansby
Sullo .............RG.......... Coll All sophomiores and second se-
D~ouglas ............C........ Schanz mester freshmen wishing to tryI
Morgan........... LCT..... Desenberg out for Varsity cheer leader are
B3lane............IRT........ BakerE requested 'to report at the YostI
Blovard, T.........RE......... Dietle field house a~t four o'clock today.
Wheeler.................. Kracke Ralph E. Popp,I
East man.......... LII....... Wilson Varsity Cheer Leader
Avery.........111 I. McCormickie
-She Loves Flowers
You know how happy they always make Mother. Then
what more thoughtful than a flower reniewbrance to make
her happier onI
Mother' s Day, May 13th

j(By Associated Press) had 153, Bill Mehlhoi I ho e1011 t1
SANDI)WCH, England, M1ay 7-Six field after the first (day 15-1, Toinnly
North American professionals and two armour', United St ates open2 champion,
amateurs qualified today for the Brit-j 165, and ]!oil'Tupple,('Chicago pro-
ish Open golf championship, but the fessional, 161.
honors for the (lay went to South ,Johnny Mcl1urit, 31r1 I0]ci-(.
America. Wee Jose Jurado, Buenosi was the second amflnat (ill' inithelt 'l i-
Aires prff~essionlal, compiled a senses- fyiig list with 157, =1. A. Torrece,Q, us
tional 69 on the Royal St. Gxeorge Scotchmau, leading; with 153.
course to adld to his 75 over Prin- J. l Taylor who has wiomi ihe open
cess' yesterday and led the field home five times since 1 S94 tid onmce and
with 144 for the two (lay qualifying fin ishedl second lour i, IVI(', ifiiitlt)
p)lay. qualify, taking 168. (et Bh ~iiain's
The players from the United States most, famous p~layer, now 57 years of~
hadl no 69's in their bags but a ma- age, hais said for years; that, he Nwould
jor ity slipped quietly. inside the select (jihit playing in hmniiiip if l; e
circle o!' 110 to continue the quest c~vei lfailed to qlualify.
For the title. Scores of 162 were need- TIhe 28 year old ta ~r~ib r
e'd to get undler the wire with the low gencrtine was the sensation kJ1 the10 ndte.se- i~'spa.Il ri;lscm
Larry Nabholtz was the only pro-' (correct) pouznds and s, ands only ;;ix
fessional to falter. The former Cleve-I inches over 5 feet in heis golf h Eoes.
lander who has been sick throughout! but today lhe b lugce soniic of hlis
the play required 164 and was forced 1(dives more- than 300 y ard i over thle

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flcgiH ang' Suuc1:-YIt ay 6
N gi,$ 1.00) to $2.511
Wed. and Sat. Milillees
$1.41) to fj$20, iplus lax
'Il v' i'rat Amiiericanii Ilay
"A Man's Man"


to ;joinl the gallery with Joshua Crane
a(id Silas Newton, Boston and New
Yor'k amateurs who ventured into the
nineties for a round and found them-
selves on the outside looking in. Crane
needed 184 and Newton 169.
Jim l~arnes and Gene Sarazen tied}
for low sc'oring honors among the re'-
presentatives of the United States with
152 for the 26 holes. Walter Hagen

windyept hSt. ir r(( onsurs eal 1 i+,
rlacy ed h s i o s wi h eiland putte d1 like Bobby .tol e,;
taking only 34 for the round.
MINNESOTh.-Pa'anding as unfair
a ruling which requires that womenI
entering college activities must l,'Ain-
tain a C average., whic men are an-
i'estricte(I except byv (onditions and

Nighyts, Sun. and Sat. Mat. 2.5c
to $1.50. Popular Mat. Thnurs.,
25c to $1.00. Plus tax.

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Charle A.

,March 1, 1928.
Sink, President
Musical Society,

Walk dwnto1n to this sale
and save lot f money

Ann Arbor, Milhiu.
My clear Mr. Sink:
Please accept my congratulations and best'
wishes for the success of your thirty-fifth annual
May Festival. Your programs, embracing as they
do some of the finest artistic talent in the world,
should be an inspiration to all real lovers of music.
In this day of culture music is the most beau-
tiful medium, through which the emotions may be
expressed and I believe the Music Festival not only
offers unlimited opportunity for the highest expres-
sion but has a most wholesome and elevating in flu-
ence upon society.
Very sincerely,
11 r (Signed) CHAS./ C. DRAA.

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