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SEALL AND TENNIS TEAMS WILL
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Train For Madison
With victories over two Conference
rivals, Purdue and Northwestern, to
its credit, the Michigan golf tean
today faces the task of disposing of
another Big Ten opponent, Wiscon,
sin, in a match at Madison.
The Wolverine squad, composed of
Captain Connor, Bergelin, Cole, Vysf,
and Ahlistrom, a sophomore, was
scheduled to arrive in the Badger
stronghold sometime yesterday in or-
der to secure some practice before1
meeting the Wisconsin golfers. The
match with Northwestern was short-
ened, Michigan forfeiting the last fivej
points in the foursomes, in order to
catch a train for Madison.
Will Use Sante Lineup
The Michigan lineup probably will
he the same one that opposed the
Purple on Thursday. Captain Con-
nor, Bergelin, Cole and Vyse should
compete in the twosomes with Con-
nor, and Cole as well as Bergelin and
Ahlstrom' paired in the foursomes.
Wisconsin tasted its first Confer-
ence competition Thursday against
the Iowa team. Previous to that.
match, the only actual match played
by Cardinal Mashie artists was a pre-
liminary bout with Marquette. The
Badgers just managed to slip past
with a 9 to 8 victory.
Coach Leith was uncertain of the
lineup he would pit against the Wol-
verines. He was certain however that
several changes would be made in the
lineup that opposed Marquette. Sam
Kennedy, who turned in the lowest
score, a 79, was fairly certain of a
position as was Pope who also made
a brilliant showing.
Max Manser, champion of the Black
Hawk club of Madison last summer.
who did not get a chance in the prac-
tice tilt, was also slated as a probable
starter. Coach Leith was still holding
out a faint hope that John Marshall.
another Madison product, might be-
come eligible. His addition to tlic
team probably would irrake the Car-
dinal a real threat for the Big Ten
title.. Other Badger golfers who may'
break into the game include Feit-
ing, Hamilton and Frost ,with the lat-
ter having the best chance.
The matcl? is to be played over the
Maple Bluff course with the morning
round of 36 holes of play scheduled
to start at nine o'clock.
WALTER HAGEN GOOD
OPENFOR 1928 ELEYLNS MARKS TILT
SANDWICH, England, May 11.-U ilt r .]eAinag Bek
Walter Hagen won the British Open Aiiyl ieAsnaeO tek
Golf championship today with a score And Strong Pefensive iIay
of 292 for 72 holes. Hagen scored a tive "Indianh" Ganue
pair of 72's in the final rounds to win.
It was Hagen's third victory in the HU 1ES SCORES LONGG OAL
British title event. He Avon in 1922 ..-._
and 1924. Good defensive play and ability to
Gene Sarazen, another Americangk
pro, was runner-up with a score of take advantage of the breaks gave
294 and Archie Coippson, British pro- Coach George Veenker's "Illhioi;"
fessional, who defeated Hagen ir, a team a 10-0 victory over the Cappon-
challenge match before the open; 18
up and 17 to play, followed with 295. coached "Ohio State" eleven for the
Hagen played great golf in the fin- championship of the spring grid ser-
al 36 holes, coming out of trouble ies y sterday afternoon on Ferry field.
with deadly accuracy and putting
well on the hole, although he missed Several hundred spectators watched
a shop't putt at the seventeenth hole the contest, which was marked by
which would have clipped another good playing on the part of both
stroke from his card.
Hagen has won the open champion- teams.
ship of the United States twice and Jack Wheeler, freshman back,
the American P. G. A. chamngonship carried the brunt of the "Buckeye"
five times, the last four years in suc- attack, while the veterans Mike Geist-
cession. ert and Joe Gembis, shared most of
His first British championship was the ball carrying for the "Illini." On
at Sandwich where he won today. defense Brown, "Ohio State" center,
proved a bulwark in the line, with
Steinke and Poe outstanding for the
I Leading Scores "Indians."
( -Hughes Scores Long Goal
( Walter Hagen ..............292 ' In the first few minutes of play the
I Gene Sarazen ..............294 j "Buckeye" backs fumbled Hughes'
j Archie Compston ............295 punt on their 25 yard line, with "IlIi-
I Percy Alliss..................2...lois" recovering the ball. After fail-
I Jose Juardo ............. ...301 i ng to gain, Hughes dropped back and
Stewart Burne . .. . .. ..308 . booted a field goal from the 35 yard
j Bill Hehlhorn..............362 line. This was his thirs field goal in
C. 0. Hezlet ...............309 as many attempts during the spring
I H. C. Jolly ..... ..... 314 series.
STed Ray. . . ................314 The remainder of the first half .re-
James Braid ............315 4tsolved into a; punting dual between
( Bert Hodson ...............316 5 Wheeler of the "Buckeyes" and Hugh-
es for the "Illini." An extremely high
wind gave the team defending the west
goal a great advantage in kicking.
ARGENTINE GOLF STAR ''Ohio" Threatens to Score
nTQPAY h Ti J NT'"Ohio State" made its only threat
TO PLAY VALTER AEM N toDscore in the second quarter when
Avery and Wheeler carried the ball
Jose Juardo, diminutive Argentine to the "Illinois"' 20 yard line. The
profes.sional who was medalist in the "Illini" held, however, and took the
British Open, has announced that he ball on downs.
will invade the United States June 10 Holmes replaced Hughes in the
ner of the British title, at ?hilladelphia. Buckeye" backfield late in the first
for mach wth alte Haen, in-half and did the punting for his team.
for a match with Walter Hagen, win- Line plunges by Joe Gembis and a
le did not state whether he would 20 yard gain on a pass, Geistert to
play any other matches. :Truskowski, brought the ball to the
Archie Compston and Aubrey "Ohio State" 10 yard line as the third
Boomer also announced that they will quarter ended. The "Buckeye" line
ntcr the Ameri can Open champion- braced, taking the ball on downs, and
ship. Wheeler punted out of danger.
In the waning minutes of play the
LONDON. - Pierre Etchebaster, "Illini" opened a concerted drive f-
French and American court tennis the 45 yard stripe for a touchdown.
champion, advanced one step nearer Holmes' pass bounded off one of hii
the world's title today when he de- teammates into Bovard's hands, giving
feated George Covey of England 5-6, "Illinois"' a 20 yard gain. Another
6-3, 6-0, 6-1. - (Continued on page ceven)
Two additions to the Browns pitch-
ing staff who have been turning in
good performances in their recent
starts. Grey, a former Athletic, has
been one of the sensations of the sea-
son thus far with six wins and only
PURDUE TENNIS SQUAD
(Special to The Daily.)
LAFAYETTE, May 11.-Purdue's
tennis team will invade the North-
western courts tomorrow afternoon in
an effort to chalk up their first win
of the 1928 Conference season, while
the golfers, led by Captain Lehman
will compete for state honors in the
Indiana 'state title meet at the Hig.l-
land country club.
In addition to Captain Lehman, the
Boilermaker golf squad will include
Cook, Thomas, and Traylor.
Jess Petty, Brooklyn pitcher, has
been fined $200 for breaking training
as well gas being suspended.