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FEHIf A flL I CANDIDATE IS CHOSE

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DSON, FRESHMAN STAR,
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Winner Is Good Ball Carrier
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SIX OTHERS CONSIDERED,
Climaxing the present spring.
football training season, Martin
Hudson, '32E, ,was presented the
Chicago Alumni Trophy by Mey-
,er Morton, '12L, representing the
Chicago alumni at a meeting of all
the football candidates for next
fall's team last night in the Union.
In addition to the presentation
speeches. by Morton, the past and
future of football at Michigan was
given in short talks by Fielding H.
Yost and Coach Wieman.
The Chicago Trophy is awarded
on the fourfold basis of attend-
ance, attitude, general improve-
jnent shown in spring practice and
value to the Varsity. Hudson qual-
ified in all of these respects, hav-
ingt a perfect attendance record
showing marked improvement since
last fall, and giving' promise of be-
coming a valuable member of the.
Varsity during the next three sea-
sons.
Hudson came to Michigan: last,
fall as a freshman from Girard,
Ohio, where he had been active in
athletic circles. He is a versatile
backfield man, being capable of a
creditable performance in any po-
sition but is probably destined to
a berth at halfback for at least
one more year. Besides being a
powerful running back, Hudson is-
also a fair passer and kicker with
possibilities of developing into a
triple threat man.
Although five foot ten inches
tall and tipping the scales at 195
pounds, this freshman is unusually
active for a man of his weight.,
Hudson also competes in baseball
and may prove valuable to Coach'
Fisher next year. His participation
in spring football practices forced
him. to exclude any active part in
freshman baseball this spring.
Several other men were consid-
ered for the Chicago Alumni award
before the final decision was made.
These men include Daniels, Drav-
eling, and Hewitt, ends, and Hes-
ton, Simrall, and Priest, all back-
field men., Simrall and Draveling
were eliminated by the coaches
.because of. the practice of exclud-
ing candidates for this award who
have already received a letter in
football.
This is the fifth awarding of this
silver football, the first being made
in 1925 to Ray Baer. The other
three awards were made to George
Rich in 1926, La Verne Taylor in
1927, and Danny Holmes in 1928.
Each- award consists of a full sized,
silver football which is permanent-
ly given into the possession of. the
winner.

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VARSIT Y NINE IS
BG MCGT SET FOR PURDUE
EET ON, GOLF LINK Weintrauh Recovers Fr om Leg I- EORR MILER
- jury to Increase Michigan's Hopes
!___Against Purduef
Varsity Golfers Attempt To Annex Satisfied that his charges have Farrell Decides Against Use Inr
Fifteenth Straight Duel attained mid-season form and that' Further Meets On Account of
Meet Victory the evil to work against is the Physical Conditionl
dreaded slump, Coach Fisher ran!
WISCONSIN IS POWERFUL his Varsity baseball team through ICOLD CAUSES TROURLE
a nine inning encounter with Jack'
W-cosi wllinad Bartonl l3lott's freshmen yesterday after- Monroe, Michigan's vet-
noon. Sunshine and slight wind ( aE
Bills this Saturday having played combined to favor the baseballers eran miler, will be unable to corn-
only ones Conference golf match with the best weather of the sea- pete in any more races this year 1
this season, one against the pow- ,son.' it was announced yesterday after- '
erful Minnesota squad yesterday. Coach Fisher voiced lh,; disap noon by Coach Steve Farrell. Due
however, the team which will come ppnintmentCatcnottebeingrreul. Do'
to Ann Arbor will be a strong one, meet the Buckeye team Monday , tto poor physical condition Coach,
and Coach Trueblood is working Columbus because of rain. The Farrell decided that he was not
his men hard this week in order to Wolverines have rounded out into not warranted in using the star
get them in their best playing con- the best of condition, but there is distance man in any more meets.
dition for the meet. a danger of the lack of competition IAn
To remain in the race for the impairing the ability of the team. After contracting a severe cold
Conference dual meet title the Weintraub to Play I at the Kansas Relays, when cold
Wolverines must defeat the Bad- Lou Weintraub, veteran third I and rain hampered the contest-
gers, while a win will raise their { sacker who was kept out of' the ants, and again having to run in
total of dual meet victories to fif- games with the Japanese with an.ithe rain at the Drake meet, Mon-
teen. Led by Hunter Sheldon of ailing leg, will be ready for the I
Rochester, Minn., who was recent- game with Purdue at Lafayette, Fri- roe became i such poor shape that
ly chosen captain of the team, day. The star infielder is a valuable his time in the mile rn started to
Wisconsin will arrive in Ann Ar- man as a- steadying influence to the slow down, and he had to' put such
bor a day before the match isI inner combination and his return effort into his runnig that Coach
scheduled in order to get in a dayto the lineup should put added bat-Farrell felt thatfurther competi-
of practice over the Barton Hills ting punch into the Wolverine of- tion might be injurious to him.
course, one of the sportiest and fensive. I Monroe is a veteran of two year's
most tricy in the middle west. With five conference games re- i standing on the Wolverine track
most tricky in the middle west. maining on the road and two at team, and has always been valuable
in golf for the first time in 1926, home the Michigan diamond clan in dual meet competition, al-
and is the best player in the Uni- !will have work set out for them- though he has never placed at the
yselves for the rest of the season. Conference meet. His loss will
is closely pressed for his place by Fortified with perhaps the best of mean that he is through with Big
Charles Furst of Freeport Ill., Big Ten mound corps the only Ten track circles since he is a
and Nelson. Hagen, Madison, Wis.eakness appears to be the lack of - senior and will not be eligible an-
This trio of players have cinched competition. other year. Although nearly al-
places on the team, and will be Pitchers- Are Strong ways placing first or second i dual
slated to appear in the first three Bill McAfee and Fred Asbeck, vet- ! meets Monroe has never seemed to
positions Saturday. eran hurlers, should share the reg- be able to get going at the Con-
ula-r duties capably with the sup- ference, and as a result his long
Hunt Fourth Man port of Montague, Compton and stride has never carried him past
For the number four place, how-! Keigler. Montague, a junior, looked the finish line among the placers.
ever, much the same situation ex- strong: against the Meiji stickers Coach Farrell was counting on
ists in the Badger camp as that but it is a matter of conjecture how Monroe for at least a third in the
which Coach Trueblood has to con- the new. man will fair with a Illinois meet ths Saturday, and if
tend with. There are several play- harder hitting offensive. he had been in, the best of shape
ers of almost equal ability, any one ! Unbeaten in but two starts the he could have put up a good race
of whom is capable of filling the ]Fisher coached outfit will take the for first, but in his poor condition,
position. A letterman from last. road in hopes of gaining a return i the Michigan mentor did not fig-
year, Bob Stewart, was counted up- victory over the forces of Jupiter ure- him for more than a third. In
on to fill the place, but a technical- I Pluvius at Lafayette in the opener such a meet where every point will
ity in his eligibility may keep him .!of the final road trip with Purdue. count, this loss may prove seri-
from competition. The Boilermaker baseball contin- ous.
Aside from Stewart there are j gent has flashed form but has also1
Stebbins, Garmager and String shown decidedly off days this sea- If Bob Fothergill, N the people's
Fellow in competition for the place son. choice, fielded as well as he bats'
in the Michigan match. Perhaps most dangerous to local in the pinches there would be no
hopes for Conference honors will be doubt as to his superiority in the
the bid of the Wildcats to reverse field, but the fat boy has a tough
FAMOUS AMERICAN HORSE the setback handed them here in time pulling himself around in the
TO BE RETIRED IN AUGUSTfAnn Arbor earlier in the season. garden.

(By Associated Press)
Last year's baseball champions of
the M. I. A. A. and Michigan Col-
legiate conference seem in line to
repeat.I
Western State Teachers' college,
Kalamazoo, walloped Ypsilanti last1
week, 6 to 1, and since the Ypsi nineI
had previously drubbed Mount
Pleasant, the local teachers sit
pretty in the M. C. C. race. West-
ern State will play Coe college;
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, here Thursday
preliminary to a conference game
with Mount Pleasant, here, Friday.
Ypsilanti's game this week is a
non-conference tilt with Armour
Tech at Chicago.
Hillsdale's early season win over
Albion and Albion's narrow escape
at the hands of Kalamazoo college
made the 'Dales a favorite to keep
the Methodists from repeating.

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FOR HAW4,11AN QAMES
Officials of several baseball
teams in Hawaii with which the
University of Michigan has re-
I quested games between August 6
and 20 have sent word through
the Associated Press that they will
be able to schedule coptests with
the Wolverines on August 10, 11,
14, 17, and 18. Although no definite
information as to what teams will
be played in Hawaii, the completed
schedule will probably be announc-
ed soon.
Coach Ray Fisher plans to stop
over in Hawaii as a break in the
long ocean trip to Japan, where the
Michigan team will play as the
guests of the Meiji University of
Tokio.

MICHIOAN BALL CHAMPS TY T
ARE FAVORED TO EPEAT VASI IP R STOP

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FRESHAN0BLL CLUB',
In preparation for the game with
Illinois on Saturday, the Michigan'
Varsity baseball team defeated the.
)yearling squad, 7 to 4, in a .practice
tilt at Ferry Field yesterday after-+
'noon.
, Scoring six runs in the first four
innings, Coach Fisher's men hadl
things much their own way. The l
freshmen failed to score a run until
the sixth inning, when three hits,
one a double, gave the first-year
men two runs.
Compton, who hurled the first
five innings for the Varsity, allowed,
the freshmen but three hits, the
first of these coming in' the third

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frame. Kiegler, who succeeded him, (Ty Associated Press)
ran into difficulty, the yearlings Reigh Count, 1928 Kentucky derby
finding his pitching much to their winner, under present plans will
liking. In the sixth, the freshmen make his final appearance on the
greeted him with three hits, ac- race track in the city and suburban
counting for two runs, while two handicap at Arlington park, Chi-
more hits, together with an error, cago, August 2, and then be retired
gave them two more in the eighth. [to the stud.
The Varsity started the fireworks The,big red colt, owned by Mrs.
in their half of the opening in- John Hertz, of Chicago, is in Eng--
ning, scoring three runs on four land limbering up for the Ascot
hits and a walk. gold cup event, June 18.
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Delicious and Refreshing
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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
AN EVENT
We have just received an unusual collection of New Suits-
Suits that were made to sell for considerably, more:
We are offering them Friday and Saturday at a price that
pronounces them the
MOST OUTSTANDING VALUES OF
THE SEASON
$2500
(Extra trousers $5.00)
Do not let this go by without investigating.
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IT'S REALLY A SHAM
TO INTERRUPr THE PRC
FESSOR'S CHASE OF THE
DIURNAL LEPIDOPTERA
AND TURN THE BULL
ON HfIM BUT YOU
HAVE TO BLAME THE
ARTIST FOR THAT.
Obviously, few of us have the
chance - or temerity - to make
matadors out of ourselves. But
even in the normal course of hu-
man events, there's nothing so
welcome as a refreshing pause.
Happily there's a soda fountain
or refreshment stand-with plenty
of ice-cold Coca-Cola ready-
around the corner from anywhere.
With its delicious taste and cool
OV EJW aher-sense of refreshment, it makes *.
a little minute long enough for a

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the spring feeling would find
an active outlet
but as it ;is
the best way to celebrate
is to select a new suit
of comfortable weight,
smart pattern and fine quality

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