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TAIR. MICHICAN,

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CoachesSatisfied With Results Of Spring Fo

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BAKIEDSTUATION
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APPEARS WELL FIE
Turnout Qf Large Number of Po-
tential Varsity Men Ensures Sue-
cess Of Sprint; Grid Project
SIMRALL PROVES STAR
Characterizing the spring foot-
ball session recently brought to an
end as "most successful in every
way," Coach Wieman, Varsity head
coach, expressed himself as being
highly satisfied with the work ac-
,COmplished during this year's
spring practice period.
Pointing out the fact, that, al-
though the number of candidates
reporting for the spring drills was
not as large as in previous years, a
greater number of men of varsity
calibre had taken advantage of the
opo rtunity for the training in the
fundamentals than in past spring
football seasons. This feature
which made possible the presenta-
tion of the training those men most
likely to be seen in Varsity service
next year has made possible a much
more production session and one
wlhich will be most likely to bear
fruit next year.
Two Problems Present
Perhaps most interesting to the
Wolverine fan who anxiously
awats the development of the 1929
football team will be the solving
of the problems presented to the
Varsity coaches in the form of the
filling of the tackle posts and the
determination of a man of triple
threat capabilities.
Neither of these perplexing
questions has been adequately
solved by the " processes of the
spring conditioning and will re-
main the outstanding problems for
the coaches to solve in the fall.
.Those tackles who made the most
promising impressions as freshman
football candidates last fall, Hay-
den and Roach, were unable to
take part insthe spring session.
Veterans May Be Mved
Unable to forecast the capabili-
ties of these men to ,capably fill
Varsity positions Coach Wieman
has experimented with the shift-
ing of a veteran end, Draveling.
to a4 tackle position and has also
experimented with Poe, veteran
end in tackle berth. Both of these
men have shown themselves cap-
able of holding down the question-
ed "position, but the Varsity men-
tor is unwilling to sacrifice men of
proven ability at the flank and
guard positions unless there proves
to be an absolute necessity.
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SPORT WRITERS I
(any students interested in
writing sports news may report
Ibetween 3 and 5 o'clock any aft-
ernoon at the Daily office in the
Press building on Maynard street.
1 Previous experience is helpful but
not a requisite. Those consider-
ing working on the sports staff
next fall are especially advised
E to leave their names.
Edward L. Warner.

WALTER HAGEN TAKES FOURTH FARRELL SENDS MEIf CONFERlENCE DIAMOND CLAIMS
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GOLF TEAM CONINUES'

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Annexing the traditional British
'Open for the fourth time in his
ong career with a score of 292,
Walter Hagen repeated his victory
Af last year at Muirfield recent1
!y. In winning this tournament,
Hagen showed as fine a brand of
sustained golf as he had ever dis-
covered, and led the brilliant fieli
by six strokes, another American,
Johnny Farrell taking second
place, with yet another invader,
Leo Diegel comming home with
third.
Percy Allis and Abe Mitchell,
who tied for fourth, were in. the
front ranks for the British links-
men, snd were the only men fron
the island who finished i the front
ten.
Although Hlageni has had his
name inscribed on the ancient
trophy four times, Harry Vardon
and Jhines Baird are each two 1ti
on him, and the dean of the
United States professionals in-
tends to outdo their record o six
wins.
TIGEgRS TrKE iIRST
OFSERIS FRO'M A's
George Uhle turned in his sixtih

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HRUH LONG AiJ± L PJL' LONG .W.INNING STREAK
With six of the Big Ten schools three of the Maroon's four runs.
jumbled together in the middle of A triple by Hess, a single by Riehl,
rete ran Coach Is Encouraged By the conference standings as a re- and a sacrifice by Fessler brought
Showing Varsity Made At sult of last week's baseball games,|in the two runs that won for Ohio Continuing to display the same
Minneapolis only four schools were able to State over Purdue, 3 to 1. brand of golf which has netted
maintain the positions which they Minnesota retained its position them thirteen straight wins . in
held at the beginning of the week. on the bottom of the heap.ThusCofrnedametc ptio,
1LLINI ST RONOEST ' RIVALg Conference dual meet competition,
IMichigan retained its hold, on far the Gophers have tasted defeatI the Wolverine golfers trounced
first place ip the standings by vir- three times and have not as yet i
At once encouraged by the Wol- 'tue of a 5 to 1 win over the Illinois rung up their first victory. Purdue Northwestern last Saturday in
erine's easy victory over the I team, while Wisconsin, the other dropped in the standings by drop- their fourth Big Ten match of the
ophers and disturbed by Illinois serious contender for the title at ping two games during the week.
uperior showing against; Iowa last the present time, slipped 'back a o-o1year by a score of 16-2. The Wild-
aturday, Coach Steve Farrel is notch when it met defeat at the;I BIG TEN SANDINGS I cats came to Ann Arbor with a for-
ending his trackmen tln gh a hands of Northwestern's "giant kil- __midable reputation, having defeat-
trenuous week of drills intelligent- 1ers" I; hn± i n hut f4'i

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SPORTS OF TIE WEEK
Friday
. Baseboll-Purdue-There.
( Tennis- Ohio State--There. (
I Saturday
Baseball - Northwestern
I There

straight win for the Detroit Tigers Golf-Wisconsin-Here
today against the Athletics at Nav- TennisIllinois-There
in Field when his teammates Track-Illinois-Therej
staged a rally in the seventh and ______---____
collected five runs which could not
be overcome by the A's. WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY
Ii t.he National circuit St. Louis -Following the lead furnished by
got off to an early start which, the the University of Michigan, the
Phillies could not overcome even!
though they scored four runs in Unversity of West Virginia has
the final stanza. The score stood adopted Freshman Week for the
9 and 10. Luque hit a homer for coming Autumn term. The success
the Red Sox besides pitching a shut of the plan has already been
out game against the Giants, proven, according to Dean H. E.
American League I Stone, who is in charge of the
New York ; Cleveland 4. plans that are rapidly being de-
Boston 2; Chicago 1. veloped. A plan of orientation
Washington and St. Louis rained similar to the one used at the Uni-
out. versity will be employed.
National League
Pittsburgh 12; Brooklyn 4. A new university called "Uni-
St. Louis 9; Philadelphia 10. !versity of the air" is teaching ra-
Cincinnati 7; New York 0, dio at the university of Califor-
Chicago 6; Boston 4. nia.
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ly directed towards the scoring of
the greatest possible number of
points in the meet with the Illini
at Urbana Saturday.
Dopesters have done plenty of
pencil work both before and afterI
the meets last week end but still}
rerain divided in their opinions
as to the relative chances of Mich-
igan and Illinois in the comingI
meet. From all indications a break
may throw the meet one way or
another and Coach Farrell is spar-
ing no effort to have his charges
on their toes to take advantage ofs
whatever breaks may appear.
Discus Mark Falls
The performance of the Wolver-j
ne squad at Minneapolis Satur-
day showed that they were not
1weakening, in any of the events.
and had gained considerable
strength in several others. Prob-
ably the 147 foot 8 1-4 inch heave
of Brooks in the discus was one
of thebmost promising bits of work
done by the Wolves. This throw
was a record breaker in respect to
the past performances of Michi-
gan discus throwers as it beat by
three feet and three and three-
fourths inchesthe all time record
of Michigan varsity trackmen es-
tablished by J. B. Schravesand in
1927.
Ketz was in his usual good form
to win the hammer throw of 159
feet 9 1-2 inches. What was more
of a surprise, however,: was his
capturing of first honors in the
javelin against Otterness, the ver-
satile Gopher athlete. Although
entered in the Minnesota meet in
the javelin with hopes of placing
third, Ketz walked off with first
place and incidentally raised the
chances of the Maize and Blue to
annex some extra points in the
Illinois meet this week.
The Michigan squad will enter
the coming meet with added
strength in' one other event if

Chapman will be sufficiently re-
covered from his injury sustained
at the beginning of the season to
compete against the Illini in the
broad jump. A Chapman, Arendt;
combination in this event may give
Coach Gill's men considerable trou-
ble.
Although forced into second
place by Anderson, Minnesota's
strong two miler, Austin ran what
Ooach Farrell termed an excellent
race in view of the fact that it
was only his second attempt at the
two mile run, having formerly con-
fined his efforts to the one mile
event. Lomont also ran a good
race in the half mile to defeat
Wiesege, the main hope of the
Gophers in this distance.
Quarter Mtils Close
The most thrilling race of the
meet was the quarter mile in which
less than eighteen inches separated
the first three' mn, Dale and Dal-
ton Seymore and Captain Catlin,
at the tape. The Seymore twins
will have another real assignment
when they go to Urbana this Sat-
urday.
Tolan was the class of the dash
men at the Minnesota meet al-
though bowing to Grodsky in the
100 yard dash. The Gopher's
most dangerous dash man, Rhea,
was forced to take third place in
the hundred, but ran between
Tolan and Grodsky for second hon-
ors in the 220 yard event.

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ALEXANDER

. W U Pt.Cu 1111V auu dilAAISJJ1bJ, uSSy
Indiana, who is in thirdi place,' ( MICHIGAN.........2 0 1.000 showed the effects of their 6 hole
one half a game behind the Badg- Wisconsin ........... 3 1 .750i play at Urbana Friday.
ers, was set back from the second Indiana............3 2 .600 Dave Ward led the players atur-
place position by Chicago in a five Iowa ..............3 2 .500
inning 4 to 2 game. The powerful Northwestern4....... 4 4 500 od, wil he ent only on
Crimson team was held to two hits ( Illinois ............. 4 4 .500 stroke over that score in the morn-
'by Wilbur Urban, Maroon star. Thefj Chicago ............. 3 3 .500 slrwk. orth srmem tho
heavy slugging of Fish won the Purd e ............. 3 4 .429 ing. The other members of the
game for Chicago. He pounded Ohio State..... 3 5 .375 , team played well, with Jim Lewis
out a home run and a double in I Minnesota ..........0 3 .000 1 being the only man not to win
two trips to the plate to drive in o o! three points in his singles match.

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