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B UCKE YES AN SPAR TANS REMAIN ON BALL SW
01110 STATEPINLO ARE FAVORITES I 1N MICHIGAN ATHLETIC SQUADS AREFES
FERRYTAT F IED I ININDAN POIS ACNG CLASSIC GCOLFES W SECOND VICTORS IN 43 OUT OF 51 TILTS eangfu
:::. .. '. lito cnet tl eann orsrih contests from the Va rs-
L 1tL1 t cocn~s5sil3 srih E R IL . ILI I N I TL IR on their chedtule, Michigan's athletic ity nuckIen. Wisconsin annexed two}

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IMAN NUMEAL
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Honme And Home series With MIichig~a
Stall Nine W~ill Be Feature Of
L(,*ll 'Sena-'enient Programs
SEEK 12TH BIGTEN WIN
nAfter a week's layoff, Michigan's
championship baseball team will re-
sume its schedule next Saturday, June
2, when f lie Wolverines. will conclude
the Big Ten season against Ohio 'State
at Ferry field.. The game will begin
At 4:05 o'cloci:. On June 15 and 16
the Michigan min will mark finis to
the 1929 season when they play .Mich-
igan State in a home-and-home Coin-
inencenmentseries.
In the gain( with the Buckeyes the
Wolverines wvill attempt to register
their twelfth k.raight Conference vic-
tory, and defend their perfect record
for the year. 'Not since 1923 has a
Michigan team gone through all of
its Big Ten games undofeated. In that
year Coach Fisher's proteges scored
ten Conference victories; with no cle-,
feats.

Wolieriiies Finish 25 Strokes BehindI
Ohio State'1'o l~ose Out 1111111
1927 '1itle Holder
CONNOR TIES FOR FOURTH
Already assured of the unofficial
'dual meet title by virtue of consecu-
tive victories over Purdue, Northwes-
tern, Wisconsin, Illinois and Ohio
State, the Wolverine golfers staged a
strong comeback in the second day's
play in the Conference championship
tourney held over the difficult Scioto
course in Columbus to earn undisput-
ed second place.
IThe Michigan rally in Friday's play
I lifted the Maize and Blue team out of
fourth position behind Ohio State, Il-
linois and Northwestern which they
occup~ied after the first day of coin-
petition. The Wolverine total was 1,-
348 strokes, while the Buckeyes hadl

teams have scored 43 victories in dualhoky'aendsidnterte
ccmlpetition against Conference fut ftesre on oMc~
schcols with 18 losses for a average{futofhesrsgin tolic-
of .705 during the 1927-28 season. the gan. The basketball team had medi-{

the 500
Paolo,
Du ra lnt

('Cluff 'Durant Pete D)e Paolo
Veteran speedway artists, who are ranked among tihe favorites in
mile classic, which will be held Memorial day in Indianapolis. De
winner of the 1925 race, is a nephew of the great Ralph DePalma.

Hirler ZNot." Selected' 25 less than the second place win-
emaryKipkt and Jack Blott, now SDELIGHTS ON I ECTIC GRANTHAM LEADS ieis.
members of the Michigan coaching WIHHRAD L A U.
staff, were stars on the 1923 team. CONTEST WIHHRVR__L A U BATTERS'11Il1' is, 19t27 champion, wsfre
mantysohtra g--- lntoUl' rd place with a 1,252 stroke
gregation were Utertiz, Haggerty, andi Harvardl's first appearance here NEW YORK, May 26.-The familiar ttl otwsenfut ih128
Shaclefrd.Liveanc an Styke ~-while Chicago and Northwestern fin1-
Shaclefrd. iveanc andStrkersince 1901 attracted a huge crowd. figures of George Grantham and Sher- ished hopelessly in the rear, the Mar-
wreh relied. on to furnish the hurlingr Close to 4,000 fans' were crowded into iff' Frederick Blake once more areF oons scoring 1-410 and the Purple
strength.
The pitching assignmen~t uas not the grand stand and bleachers before marching in the van of their Nation- 1445.
been announced for the Ohio State the hectic game was concluded. The al league. fellows, according to aver- Cto I~ s Fouirth
game as yet, but it is probable that° streets around Ferry field assuir lawesmade pi tdy Tefgrs Individual honors for the meet: went
puli. agesTefiurs
McAfee or Asbeck will face the Buck- the appearance of a football day withinldggaeofW nsay 1W to Capt. Johnny Lehman of Purdue,
automobilesamparkededeverywherewthe single Boilermaker entry in the
eyes on the mounid. In the first gamejauooiepakdeeyhr. Gata attetpoth a.in oreywofisdwthaoalf
with Ohio at Columbus Michigan McAfee turned in another ex-. Gata ttetpo h afn;tunywofnse ihattlo
efiegd heap, still clinging to a .400 average31 for the 72 holes. Lehman was
eftegdon the long end, ofa 13-9 cellent game. 'Thie lfig W~olverine 11 after six weeks of play. The Chicagothfisgoerorgseraarn
slugging match.' A.sbeck was hit ra- struck out tell batters, granted 1i c~sa ed tepthr ihIthe corsgedrin h toutrnaameont
th er freely, but his teammates camne only four Bits and walked but two ionsa od h icir 1 h oredrn h oraett i ecet usoeteops- Itn i poet iieoe four victories and no defeats. rounds, when he broke a 36 in theGrnhm
to i s e c e t us o e e.os- was equa ll Olil, W leaosG an h ms exact figures for 34 afternoon session.
rjl,~~~ Wll itc wa eualy a god u unil he games is .402, compiled from 34 sing-I Ca pt. Addle Connor impr ovedt his
ToleWilPthtime Weintraub leaned against a p etnduls w rpe n he
'The Michigan State series will ie- fast' one and poked it far out in- etnduls w rpe n he showing of a year ago, by tying for
homers. Ott of New York_ and Calla- fourth honors with Pierce of North-
sume the traditional rivalry between to left. glian of Cincinnati are bunched in a western with a total of 330. Last year
the two institutions. The Spartans Lord, Harvard's huge catcher, got ti~ onsblwtePtsug a hcg efnse it.Lse
Mhanotuwonganthet127-contesfomthe first bitnofsthellgame asoed a;pounder, and are only other .400 hit.. iBolstead, 1927 title holder who led
Mi h g n d r ng t e 1 2 - 8 se s nIh ir t r n a el. H m k d a ters in the league, the field in the first day's play finish-
d rive past second for a base and scor- Other National league sxvatsmiths ed one stroke behind Lehman in se-
For the past two yeatrs Michigan ed on Nugent 's single. The Crimsonstl
an h prashv pi vn Ieeiesgtforofhslemsfu moving above .350 are: Grimies. cond- place. 't'hird( honors went to Al-
atheStwo-aeserieslteWver-nsafeivesreichmaour maingteasnourPittsburgh, .375; Hornsby, Boston, l!Fred Sargent of Ohio State who made,
tir hvwonpm eis h ovr sfteRih igat Annice .368; Roettger, St. Louis, .3<13; Dout- a score of 316.
Ineshavewol at nn ibor w~lZ' catch of a foul on Lord's other ap ,Ihit, St. Louis, .367; P. Waner, Pitts- Two of the other Wolverine entries,
the Spartans have emerged victorious pearance at the plate. burgh, .366; and Wright, Pittsburgh,; Johnny Bergelin and Al Vyse finished
at East Lansing. Tolled, star Michi- Right lit the midstt of the ar- . 356. I seven strokes behind Connor, while
gan State.~hurler, will be ready to face Ignent on thte ball diantond as to Hack Wilson, the home run hing I Ralph C1olf was high man of the Maize
Coach Fisher's diamond. crew. He de: whether Whiteinore balked or not ofte egetpshsfil wt n;Iand Blue outfit with a total of 344.
feated Syracuse, 2-1, when xthe Orang intofxt nigafsic - bthis losgeytpss ely ith one , o
made their western trip.. The two iC but develosely aridet twoBiofotile orisadnodfets hstrocn
iitnt eV'loiez antds tvo f tte Brooklyn and Bottomley of St. Louis. oisadn eet.Ti rocn
games will feature Commn-encement at spectators in the right field b~lew- tied I1svn 1 i i stitute the liminisiimabeat en cir-
both Ann Arborand East Lansing, the cer.Trbe twovengiaihts were tings.346.cle. Clark 'of Brooklyn is nex t with
first b~eing scheduled for June 15 at ejcd.Tywreelreghs five andl one, followed by dill of FPitts-
Ann Arbor. ce. Theywerfeldig etreigane Following Blake in the pitching av - burgh with four and one and Red Lu-
heeal fieldin gafe, atue ofinte erages are Haid of St. Lois and D '- caj of Cincinnati with seveni and two
RED BANK, N. J.-Tom Heeney will Harvard part of the sixth. Two were TaneyofBoston,_ ach_ withtwovic
for his championship heavyweight b'e'-ind a swing and sailed the bat; in1
match with Gene Tunney. the general direction of the tenntis .:1
courts. Nebelung raced far back and r-
PRINCETON-Kenneth Appel of plucked the leather out of the air,22
fast Orange will captain the Prince-1 cutting off a sure double and a possi-_ E xls v ".r
ton tennis team next year. tie triple.
= ~ I ~ We have~ available for immediate sale one of the
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goifers have yet to meet Chicago in
a match tomorrow, while a baseballl
game with Ohio Stateis carded for
June 2.
The swimming, baseb~all, and golf
squads have goiie through the Big
Ten season undefeated, but the nata-
tors, are only ones assured of a per-.
feet record. The cross-country team
Refeated Purdue in its lone dual meet.
Michigan's 1927 gridders lost to
Minnesota and Illinois. The track,
wrestling, and tennis teams each suf-
fered their sole reverses at the hands
oL! thle Illini. In, the first year of fenc-
ing at Ann Arbor, the foilsmen emerg-
ed victorious in one of three Confer-
ence matches, triumphing over IIi-
no0 is.
Gophers Are Nemuesis
The hockey sextet suffered the mostI
disastrous season of any of the Wol-
verine sport teamis. Minnesota won
BADGER CREW WILL NOT
ENTER HUDSON REGATTA
(S'pecial To The Daily)
MADISON, Wis., May 26.-Wiscon-
sin will not row on the Hudson' this
year., Coach "Dad" Vail, after clock-
ing his eight oar shell in* a four mile
lime trial, came to the final decision
which means that the middle west will
have iio entry in th Poughkeepsie Re-
gatta~ in June.
This rowing sason has been one of
hardships for the Badgers. They were;
delayed in getting" on the water due
to a late spring and injuries and ill-
ness prevented several of Vail's best
oarsmen from reporting for several
weeks at a crucial time in the train-
ing period.
But more important than any of
these factors is the lack of power
shown b)y the Wisconsin Varsity shell
during the past few weeks. Coach Vail
gave his boat three time trials under
idleal conditions, the last of which took
place on Lake Mendota this week.
]llG LEAG4UE RESITLTS
Ainerican iLeague
New York 7, Philadelphia 4.
Cleveland 7, St. Louis 4.
Detroit-Chicago, rain.
Boston-Washington, rain.
National League
Brooklyn 1, Boston 0.
Philadelphia 6, New York 5.
IChicago 6, Pittsburgh 1.
Cinciiinati 10, St. Louis 7.

ocre success, winning seven and los-1

i

ing five' games.
Chicagoi and Iowa found Michigan a
nemesis during the past season, neith-
er team being able to win a dual con-
test from the wearers of the Maize
and Blue.
Minnesota had the most success a-
gainst the Wolverines, chiefly in
hockey, taking five out of eight events.
The Gophers were the only rival to
do better than split even. The
much vaunted Illinois teams could do
no better than halve eight coiitests
between the two institutions.
ig Ten Foes Strong
The 19927-28 Michigan teams had
less success against Big Ten rivals
than those who competed during the
1926-27 season. The .7051 average is
lower than. last year, when the Wol-
verines won 53 and lost 18 contests
for the high average of .841.

Yealrlinlgs Slow Ability 'I'lls 'Sptrinli a
Gllmmies With Varsity Rcescrl (
And 1hItysical Eds
SE VENT1"EEN AWARDS GIVEN
Winners of freshman baseball numn-
erals were announced yesterday by
Coach Jack Blott. Blott is well sts
field with the showing that thi, e yerl-
ings have made this year ini the unun-
erous contests with the Vaisity re-
ser~ves and the Physical Ed team.
Seventeen mien in all were a wacrd-
ed the 1931 this spr~ing. This num-
ber included live pitchers and two)
catchers as well as the infielders andc
fielders. Hill and Noble were the
catchers considered to be sufficiently
good to receive the award. Thie other
winners were Moody, Pullen, Libman,
Garrison, Middlewood, Wills, Rozin-
ski, Compton, Cronwall, Burton, Pres-
brey, Davidsoin, Rogers, Gilbert, and
Bobeean.
Of these fielders, Libman at second
and Garrison at third appear tcr have
the advantage over the rest of thce
freshmen both at the bat and in fly;
field. Libman has shown exceptional
ability in the latter capacity,. while
Garrison has led the entire squad in
batting.
The battery men of this year's -s(luad
have shown themselves to be muchi
better than those of last' Syear, btt
there are no real stars among them,
all being capable mcen. The whole
infield of Moody, Pullen, Libman, and[
Garrison are good ball players.
Physical Education numerals were
given out to the following men: Biled-
enweg, Alford, Diraveling, Butler,
Brooks, Dezelskey, Kiegler.

Following are
contests against
up to May 27 for
Chicago
Iowa
Ohio State
Northwestern
Indiana
Purdue
Wisconsin
Illinois
Minnesota

tile result.
Conferenc
the 1927-2E
w IL
4 0
3 0C

7
7
4
4
7
4
3

:s of dual
ye schools
8 season:
PCT.
a 1.000
1.000
1 .875
1 .875
1 .800
2 .667
1 .636
4 .50
5 .375

A

CONAKRY. - Rene Wiriath, crack
middle distance runner, will journey
3,000 miles from French Guinea to
Amsterdam, in ord'er to compete in the
1928 Olympic games.

TENNIS and
GOLF'SUE
Racquet Re-Stringing Done in Our Own
Shop by Experts
Spring Bathing Suits Just Arrived
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