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"' SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 1929

I TH*n MICHTCAN DAILY

~THE MICHIGAN flATLY

BRITISH PROFESSI'ONA
CUP MATCHES FRlO
English Pigayes Regain Possession
Of International Trophy After
In div i d u aI Matches
AMERICANS WIN TWICE
(By Associated Press)
MOORTOWN, Eng., April 27.-_
British professional golfers today
regained the Ryder cup by a smash-
ing victory in the singles after their
American rivals had established a
bare lead in the foursome play yes-
terday.
The cup changed hands when
young Henry Cotton won ,from Al
Watrous, 4 and 3, giving the British
a point score of 6/.
The final score in points was 7
td 5, the British winning six match-
es; the Americahs taking four and
two being halved. Al Espinosa and
Ernest Whitcor be finished all-
square and each side Nwas credited
with one half of one point, al-
though this match had no bearing
on the final result. The American's
record for the day in the singles
matches was two victories and one
half against five British wins and
one half.
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Aspirants Report For l INTER-FRATERNITY BASEBALL TEAMS
L UUL0 L[ llN URYDER Yearling Tennis Team TO PLAY FOURTEEN GAMES MONDAY
Ilil~rATFARI! Freshman tennis aspirants met v Fourteen games are on the in- the Tigers play the Lawyers, the
v g t ten- is scheduled for Monday afternoon. e
TeBrtsprssrrsdadtion f mkin abid for tietem.ctuaries. The game will be played;
The, British pros surprised and Tons making a id 01r the team. At the present time 11 fraternities t 5:15 o'clock on Ferry Field, just
shocked the Americans by their conditimpending in and sog have succeeded in winning both of south of Yost Field House. At the1
effective work in the singles after number reporting, as more are ex- their games, while many others same time the Senior Dents engage
faltering in the foursomes, where, pected. have won and lost none. The two- the Freshman Engineers in a hard
the home team was considered in The freshman racket wielders will time victors are Trigon, Theta Chi, ball game.
better position. In quick succes- be under the wing of Durwin D Tau Delta Phi, Sigma Phi, Alpha The finals of the Hillei handball
sion today Johnny Farrell and Wal- Algyer of last year's Varsity team Omega, Phi Rho Sigma, Phi Kappa tournament ended in a surprise
ter Hagen fell before Charles Whit- w s mpdys r ' Psi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Delta when Gorelick defeated Seligson to
_ teae elbfoeCalsWi whose comnpetitive cdays for the lTuDlaHriae
U y sTau Delta, Hermitage, and Phi take the title. Gorelick's victory
combo and George Duncan. University are over. Algyer is Lambda Kappa.waaditntusasSiso
e DieedD strckh a clean cu ti planning to run olT a heound-robin , e independent soft ball league had defeated hi many times be-
t ournament within the next week I gets under way Monday also, when fore.
over Abe Mitchell, but Archie Comp- or so in order to determine the __ unerwayMnday al __,_when___re._
ston stopped Gene Sarazen and Joe most promising material on the
Turnesa lost to Audrey Boomer be- squad. At the end of the meet a!-- - ---- - ----
.fore the next American point was team of 10 players will be picked,
registered by Horton Smith with a who will compose the freshmain TwO Unusual
victory over Fred Hobson.J squad for thie season.

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M OTHER'S DAY deesn't come until May 12, it's true, but
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