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TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 129'

T HE MICHIGAN D AILY

-PAOE SEVEMh

Livingston Wins Lead Over Golfing

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ENFEIS.TY I~S S[EOND
FOR FIRTEIGHEE

Over 40 Take Advantage Of
To Gain Memberships At
Country Clubs

Chance
Local

FRESHMEN PLAY WELL
With Richard Livingston leading
the field, the first eighteen holes of
the annual qualifying round for
menberships at Barton Hills and
Ann Arbor golf clubs were played
off yesterday afternoon on the Ann
Arbor layout.
In gaining top honors for the
opening rounds Livingston shot a
brilliant 70 over the short and
The Leaders
Livingston ...................70 I
Lenfesty .....................71 I
I Howard ......................72
Itiks ........................75
Hobart..................76 I
.]Rand..............76J
Hoover .......................77 I
Lewis .........................77 G
IRoyston ... .................79 1

THREE PITCHERS
HURL SHUTOUT
Excellent hurling marked th
four major league games playe
yesterday, three of the four endin
in shutouts. All of the games be
ing played in the eastern partc
both circuits were halted becaul
of rain.
Detroit defeated St. Louis for tb
second time in succession, Georg
tUhle winning a pitcher's batt
from Johnny Ogden, 1 to 0. Eac
pitcher yielded only five hits. Ch
cago also shut out Cleveland,
Thomas turning the trick an
granting the Tribe only seven hit
The final score was 10 to 0.
Malone of the Cubs was the Na
tional league's shutout artis
whitewashing the St. Louis Card
inals, 3 to 0, and giving up five hit
In this game Rogers Hornsby h
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AMERICAN LEAGUE

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Philadelphia ... 4
New York ..... 3
Cleveland......5
St. Louis ........7
Detroit .......7
Chicago.......5
Boston ......... 3
Washington ... 4

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tricky course. A trio of freshmen
Lenfesty, Howard and Hicks gain-
ed the next three positions for the
initial round scoring a 71, a 72, and
a 75 respectively.
Sophomores Score Well
Larry Hobart, and Gene Hand
members, of last year's freshman
sqiuad followed closely with 76's
with Lewis and Hoover shooting
77's and Royston the last man to!
crack 80 with a 79.
Some forty golfing enthusiast an-
swered Coach Courtwright's call
yesterday afternoon in the tryouts
for golfing recognition. While onlyj
the nine mentioned shot under the
eighty mark a goodly number are
just above this score and with the{
second round over the qualifyingj
list may see some other namesI
than those of the leaders at this
printing.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

BIG TEN BASEBALL
SW L PetiYID A S JILN
Indiana . . .......... .3 0 1.000 j
I Pudue ........2 0 1.000
he Michigan ............101.00 LIST OF CONFEF
ed l Illinois ... .. .. .1 1 .500 f
Northwestern......1 2 .333
g Iowa.............0 1 .000 Indiana, Purdue, And Michigan Re-
- Chicago .....0 1 .000 main As Only Unbeaten Teams
Of Ohio State.........0 3 .000 In Competition
se Wisconsin ...........0 0 .0001
Minnesota..........0 0 .000 ILLINI ARE CRIPPLED
e SPORTSaturday's Big Ten baseball
le games turned out precisely as it
;h ---was expected they would with the
(i- Continued From Page 6) I exception of the battle between Il-
Al l alinois and Northwestern. In this
d limit a fast a moving outfit as game the erractic Purple squad
'sjust that many less runs in kicked the dope bucket into a
April thingslook rosyfrnse cocked hat and walked off with the
Aprl igs lorsr he game, 3 to 1. It was the first time
t veteran right hander when a that Northwestern had beaten the
little warm weather favors his !
S big right arm inthe middle of Illini since 1915, and the Wildcat
s August.h players were probably the most sur-
it g prised people on the field when
-o While track experts are not hesi- the contest was over.
I tant in naming Jack Elder of Illinois' defeat was more than
y Notre Dame, Charley Borah of likely the result of injuries which
I Southern California, eGorge Simp- crippled some of its best players.
son of Ohio State, and Claude Captain Andrews, their star pitch-
I Bracey of Texas as the "big four'' er, was on the bench nursing a
i of intercollegiate sprint competi- sore arm, while Ernie Dorn, veteran
tion local fans point to the latest j outfielder, and Yule, one of the
1 performances of Eddie Tolan, leading candidates for the short-
I Michigan sophomore star, as indi- stop position, were both handicap-
f cative of the possibility of his join- ped by injuries.
ing this select company very short- Bucks in Bad Way
ly.Ohio State continued its losing
Pete of Ohio ways by dropping two games on
PeeRasmus,ofOi State, consecutive days, one to Indiana
twice conference discus cham- on Friday and the other to Purdue
pionis in his last year of coi- on Saturday. The Hoosiers down-
petition. The Buckeye starred the Bucks, 7 to 4, by staging a
platter tosser looks like a sure } batting rally late in the game at
shotagain this year for Big TenI the expense of Kermode, Ohio State
honors with a comparatively pitcher, who had held the Indiana
mediocre field on tap in this sluggers in check during the early,
event. stages of the contest. On Satur-
Paul Berlenbach whose name was day the Buckeyes fared no better,
n being mentioned not so long ago giving in before the fine playing
e in connection with the heavy- of the- Purdue Boilermakers, 9 to 4.
weight pugilistic mixup was suc- Purdue, who was supposed to have I
s cessful in his opener in the wrest- a good fielding team, but poor hit-
ling game by throwing Pat McKay, ters, surprised everyone by their
veteran'St. Louis mat artist in two ability to hammer the offerings of
straight falls. the Ohio State hurlers.
The Tiger's new manager Indiana, who seems to have the
. Bucky Harris, has settled upon mpside track for the conference
the men that do the regular championship, continued their wi-
hurling for his team in their ning streak by defeating Chicago
attempt to climb in the Amer- the day after they had taken Ohio
ica league. Whitehill, Uhle, State into camp. The Hoosiers
Carroll, Sorrell, and Stoner will bunched eight hits to nose out the
0 Maroon squad 5 to 3 in an uphill
4 alternate oniF the mound during battle that was replete with thrills.
the sa ason buthruabove en The Indiana outfit has a bunch of
tioned men do not crash heavy hitters that should cause
through, they will be relieved any pitcher to suffer from night-
immediately. mares.
.i Rain Halts Game
Two 'noted British golfers, Cyril The Michigan-Iowa game was
J. H. Tolly and Eustace F. Strong, postponed because of rain, but tlie
1 will seek the United.Staes Amateur Wolverines remain in a tie for the
championship at Pebble Beach,
California, when the American
classic is held next September. Both
men are players of proven metal, _
Tolly being a former British Ama- I ii
teur champion, and Story havingJJ
been on the British Walker Cup

?ualifiers
IENCE BASEBALL TE&MS
conference lead by virtue of their
victory over Northwestern last'
Thursday.
Seven games are on the sched-
ule for this week. On Monday and-I
Tuesday Minnesota plays at Ohio'
State; on Wednesday Illinois will
again meet Northwestern and Pur-
due will clash with the Chicago;
while Saturday will see Illinois at
Ohio State, Wisconsin at Indiana,
and Chicago at Purdue.
Hoosiers In Front
Indiana leads the conference'
thus far with three victories and
no defeats. Purdue and Michigan
also boast perfect records although
the Boilermakers have played only
two games and the Wolverines
but one. Ohio seems ticketed for
the cellar unless they mend their
ways, as the Buckeyes have lost
every one of the three games they
have played.
Track Coach To Pick
Drake Entries Todayj
(Continued From Page 6)
the runners splashing around as
best they could.
Of the university teams contend-
ing for the medley relay title, only
Big Ten teams finished in, the first
four places, Indiana trailing Mich-
igan, Chicago following the Hoos-
iers with Minnesota coming in
fourth. While all of the Michigan
relay team turned in good perform-
ances, the work of Monroe was
noteworthy. Running the final lap,
a mile, Monroe defeated Fields of
Indiana.
Brooks Tosses Short
The sixth man to make the trip,
Brooks, who was entered in the dis-
cus throw failed to get into the I
place winning group. His effort
did not quite exceed the 130 foot
mark while Beattie of the Colorado
Aggies won the event with his tossf
of 146' feet 9 1-2 inches.
Whle the trals for the meet next
Saturday wll not take place until
this afternoon, Dick Chapman
seems to be fairly certain of a place
on the squad. His jump yesterday
was around 23 feet and unless
someone exceeds this mark today
he will be making the trip. The}
majority of the trials are scheduled
for 3:15 o'clock with the two mile
run and the javelin throw coming
at 3:45. The shot put, 220 yard run,
pole vault, high jump, discus, ham-

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Boston......... 3
New York........2
Chicago........ 5
St. Louis ....... 6
Philadelphia ... 4
Pittsburgh.... 5
Cincinnati......6
Brooklyn ........5

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small furnished house or apart-
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HELP WANTED-Several ,Fresh-
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Sixteen Memberships Allowed
Sixteen men will qualify for
menberships at Ann Arbor and
Barton Hills country clubs as a re-
suilt of the play. The twelve high-
est Varsity men will gain the cqvet-
ed memberships while the four re-j
maining will go to the yearling
leaders.
The plan is that the leading
eight of the Varsity men will earn
thee Barton Hills memberships and
comprise the Varsity. squad. The
remaining four of the Varsity men
and th freshmen will receive thej
Ani Arbor privileges. The four
Varsity men playing at Ann Arbor
will. be able to challenge the sev-
enth and eighth ranking members
of the Barton Hills contingent for
squad places.

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the only home run of the day. In
the other National league gam
Cincinnati came from behind to
defeat Pittsburgh after the Corsair
had batted out a four run lead.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
R. H. E
Detroit ......100 000 000- 1 5 4
!St. Louis .....000 000 000- 0 51
Uhle and Phillips; Ogden, Coff
man and Schang.
R. H. E
Chicago .....112 220 020-10 150
Cleveland .....000 000 000- 0 7 4
Thomas and Autry; Shaute, Hol-
loway, Grant, Harder and Sewell
Myatt.
Boston at Washington-Rain.
Philadelphia at New York-Rain
R. H. E
St. Louis .. ..000 000 000- 0 5 1
Chicago .....000 111 00x- 3 10 1
Alexander and Jonnard; Malone
and Gonzales.
R. H. E
Pittsburgh ..010 101 010- 4 6 2
Cincinnati ..000 000 63x- 9 15 2
Hill, Kremer, Dawson and Hems-
ley; Lucas and Gooch.
New York at Boston-Rain.

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