SLTI T 1 3 , ivl Y i 9 , 1929
THE A-C H[ItAN 'AT5MT-Y,
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SUNDAY, MAY 19, 1929 ~AO~ ~
TIGERS G EIGHTW Final Archery Drill
FRAME HITTING SP AR Carded For Monday
FRAMHI~iNG S~f[Archery practice will be held in!
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MOE LAUNDRY, 2044N. MAIN. c
FRSHAN MUERL~Richman Advances InMNGRAENMD IOWA NINE TO
Pyle's Bunion Derby PLAY IN SEVEN
AARECIDBYINTRAM U'RAL STAFFEASTERN STATES
COLORADO, Tex, May 17.-Run- a_
TYPING-Theses a Specalty. Fair
rates. M. V. Hartsuf,' Dial 9387.
Garner Six Runs In Last Tun At
Bat; Johnson Has, Great Day
With The Stick
ATHLETICS WIN TWICE
Having complied with a tradi-
tion of some sort which seems to
require that Detroit lose one game
in every home series, the Tigers
clawed the White Sox badly des-
terday, hitting for 28 bases to win
an 11 to 4 victory. A heavy rain
which fell made the field a mire
and at times lent comedy to the
antics of the fielders.
George Uhle rose to new heights,
the victory being his seventh in as
many starts. He allowed the Sox
but eight hits, which accounted for
four runs. Johnson dropped a,
home run into the bleachers in the
first inning and later garnered a
triple and a double when runners
were ahead of him.- Charley Gehr-
inger also got a home run, besides
a double and two singles.
Meanwhile the Athletics contin-
ued to lead the Yankees in the
quest for league leadership, win-
ning both ends of a bargain bill
w'ith the Washington Senators,'
while the Yanks were doing the
same thing with the Red Sox.
Georgeh Pipgras narrowly missed
baseball's hall of fame by holding
Boston, to a lone hit in the second
game. Cleveland; and St. Louis
were rained put.
In the National League Chicago I
tightened its hold on first place
by applying the whitewash to the
Reds, 7 to 0, as Pittsburgh defeat-
ed the Cardinals, 6 to 3. Brook-
lyn and Philadelphia split a double
bill, both games being slugfests,
while the Giants and the Braves
fought two games to get nowhere,
the second encounter going ten
Yost Field House at 2:30 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon for all those who
wish to enter the tournament be-
ing sponsored by the Intramural
department. As this is to be the
final practice before the tourna-
ment, all of the entries, or any new
ones- who wish to enter, should
avail themselves of this opportun-
ity to get in some practice.
The tournament will consist of
,hooting 10 arrows at each of three
targets, located at distances of 30,
0, and 50 feet. Five points will be
eredited for each bull's-eye.
ning through a heavy rain over'
First Wear Squad Boasts 4 Strong slip0ery roads, Sam Richman of
Moundsieni In Crouch, Tompkins, New York led bunion derby finish-
McNeal, And Myiller
COACH BLOTT NAMES I4a
Fourteen numeral winners in
freshman baseball were announced
yesterday by Coach Jack Blott.
About five more numerals, to be
awarded to members of the base-
ball team in the physical education
school, will be announced next'
Coach Blott appeared to be well
satisfied with the showing the year-
lings have made during the sea-,
son. In reviewing the record of the
team in practice games with both
t nhe Varsity and the physical edu-
cation nines, he characterized the
ers into Colorado today, covering'
the 32 mile lap from Sweetwater,
Tex., in 4:01:15. Richman by his
victory today advanced to fourth
place in elapsed time, deposing
Paul Simpson of Burlington, N. C.,
who was sixth today.
Johnny Salo, Passaic, (N. JJ)
policeman, cut 23 minutes and 55
seconds from the lead of Pete Ga-1
vuzzi of England, lowest in elapsed
time, to advance to within 33 min-
utes of first place. Salo was second
today in 4:20:10. Gavuzzi finished
(1 As so e I IPe)
MONTREAL, May 183.Its first
round test with Canada successfully
passed, the United States Davis cup
team today was able to turn its at-
Wolverines Play Fine Brand
Golf To Take Fifteenth
(Continued From Page Six) squad as "better than the aver-
Conference meet at Minneapolis, age.
Iay 27 and 28. Smaller Number Named
Captain Berglin 'also added three The numeral winhers are Lubkin,
3oints to his team's total when he 4 Morrison, Folger, Tompkins, Crouch,
book his match from Stewart by a Miller, Sutton, Superko, Chatter-
safe margin of two and one. The ton, Hazen, McCormick, Eagne,
Badger player, while playing a Iangen, and. McNeal.
good game, was no math for the The awards of numerals this year
acuracy of the diminutive Wolver- is less than that of 1928, when
mne leader. Playing his fifth match isc lt wredte".3"t
of the season, Jim Lewis turned Coach Bott awarded the "1931" to
back Hagen by the same score as 24 men. The yearling coach ate~
that in the Berglin-Stewart con- tributed this to the fact that, since
test, two andone,, to winanother the competition for places was un-
three points for the' Trueblood- usually keen, it was not difficult to
coached squad. pick out certain individual per-
Royston Wins Match formers. With seven of this year's
Frank Royston was the only Wol- Varsity team to be graduated in
verine not to get all three points June, the burden of filling these
since he dropped one nine to Furst, places will fall mostly on the mem-
while winning the other nine and bers of the first year squad.
the 18, thus bringing the score to Tompkins, Crouch, McNeal, and
11 to 1 at lunch time. Miller, all of whom are pitchers,
Continuing their fine playing in were the best that the squad has
the afternoon, the Michigan links- had for some time, Blott said. The
men annexed all but / point in the remainder of the batterymen, Mor-
foursomes, Ward and Berglin drop- rison and Libkin, catchers, were
ping that to Sheldon and Steward rimdnairkm aterl.e
when they both missed short pgtts termed as "fair material.",
on the last hole. Art Ahlstrom took' Of the fielders, Miller, Sutton,
Royston's place in these matches, Superko, Chatterton and Eagen areI
and paired with Lewis won the last i recipients; Superko showed the best
three points from Hagen and String- I form, Blott describing him as ahead
fellow. of the rest. Sutton, a second base-j
This win, the fifteenth for Michi- man, was also termed as "good."
gan golfers since they have been Miller is a third baseman, Chat-
defeated by a Conference opponent terton a third baseman, and Eagen
in dual meet competition, estab- a first baseman. The infield as a
lishes a record which is unequaled whole was said to be good, both in
in the Wolverine history of the the field; and at the plate.
sport, and establishes them as one The outfielders considered good
of the strongest squads in the enough to be awarded numeralsj
country and one which will have were McCormick, Hazen, and Lan-
to be contended with should they gen. McCormick, Blott said, ap-
go to the National Intercollegiate peared to have the advantage over
meet this season. Coach Trueblood tohave
has six men whom he can count 'theothers.
Arsolowicz And Withrow Are
Appointed By Board To Re-
place Purdy And Black,
4 Outgoing Managers
COMPETITION PROVES KEEN,
Joe Arsolowicz, '30, and George'
Withrow, '30, were chosen senior in-
tramural managers for the coming
year it was announced late yester-
day afternoon following a meeting
of the intramural staff and the out-
going senior managers.
Six junior managers were also
elected. These are Keith Bennett,
'31, Byron Runde, '31, Tom Prouse,
'31Ed., Milton Klivans, '31, James
Morrow, '30, and Martin Fleishman,
31. All of the present freshman
managers automatically move up
to replace the sophomores of this
year. They are Howard Gould, '32,
Robert Clarke, '32, John Sisson, '32,
Ervine Markus, '32, and C. A. Zip-
perstein, '32. The two outgoing
senior managers are Kenneth Black,
'29, and Richard Purdy, '29.
Seniors Get Sweaters
Awards are given each year to
the managerial staff:, the senior
members getting a sweater with an
outline football "M," Juniors white
sweaters with an English "M",
Sophomores silver trophy cups, and
Freshmen gold medals.
The competition for these offices
is exceptionally keen, anyone being
eligible to try out and to work up
to the senior managerships.
A new scheme has recently been
suggested -whereby the two senior
managers go to the intramural con-
vention which is held annually in
Chicago about the latter part of
November. This provides a great
opportunity in furnishing their
knowledge in intramural activities
and gives a chance to obtain a bet-
ter idea of how this department is
run at other colleges.
sipeial to e e a,)
IOWA CITY, May 18.-A 2,800 mile
trip, involving ten games in seven
states, is the project upon which
the University of Iowa baseball
team will embark immediately after
the close of the Western conference
II The schedule for the eastern trip
has been declared complete by
Coach Otto Vogel, folowing his fail-
ure to book games for the only two
open dates on the card. Playing
the first game in Indiana June 3,
the athletes will finish in Massa-
chusetts June 15.
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tention to its next opponent in the l
American zone, Japan. Two more
singles matches with Canada re-<
main on the program, but they will1
be in the nature of exhibitions witht
the hope of a clean sweep as the
principal incentive for victory.
Victories in the first two singles
matches Thursday and yesterday's
doubles triumph clinched a place inI
the second round for the United1
States. The final matches today can
not affect the result of the match.'
The next step in the campaign to
regain the Davis cup comes at!
Washington May 23, 24 and 25,!
when the men of Nippon furnish$
the opposition in the second and
semi-final round. Japan drew a
bye in the first round and remains1
an unknown so far as this year's
Davis cup play is concerned.
Prospects are that the United
States squad, with John Hennessey
'and John Van Ryn as the leading
figures, will sweep through the Jap-
anese team with little more diffi-
culty than it encountered against
Canada, and gain the right to enter
the American zone final. If this
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States will met either Cuba or Mex-
ico in the final bracket. The Cuban-
Mexican second round began at
Havana yesterday, with Cuba win-
ning the first two matches.
NEW YORK.-As a mark of honor
to Al Lassman, captain of last
year's football team at New York
University, who is recovering from!
injuries sustained last fall, no foot-
ball player wills ever wear jersey
number one again.
New York 5, Boston 2.-(First,
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Boston......000 000 000- 0
New York ....090 010 ,40x- 5
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Philadelphia 5, Washington 4.-
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Philadelphia 022 001 200- 7
Washington ..021 000 011- 5
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upon for a good showing whenever phiAough t
they play, since in additon to the! physical edu
men who were used today, he has awarded unti
Livingston, a sophomore who per- stated that o
formed well in several of the early Daniels, and L
season matches. best material.
Ohio Here Monday
Ohio State, boasting another Men in Euro
team which ranks high in Confer- cause of the
ence standings, is scheduled to women studen
met the Wolves Monday morning be segregated
at 9:130 on the'Barton Hills course rooms.
he numerals in the
cat'on will not be
1 next week, Blott
of the team Hudson,
Lindsey loomed as the
opean universities be-I
violent perfumes the
ts use want them to
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