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Ten Men Who Scored Points In
Dual Meets Get "A. M. A." Award
From Farrell
Twenty-six men, representing the
scoring power of the Wolverine's
1929 track team, were awarded
either "M's" or "AMA's" by Coach
Steve Farrell at the conclusion of
the Big Ten outdoor track season.
Sixteen of the awards were "M's,"
given men who had won a first
place in a dual meet or placed in
the Conference meet, while ten
"AMA's" were awarded to men who
had won points in a dual meet.-
The trackmen who received the
major letter are Captain W. Ketz,
J. Austin, C. Felker, A. Erickson, E.
Freese, A. Lomont, I Grodsky, E.
Porman, N. Potter, Dale Seymore,
Dalton Seymore, J. Tarbill, Eddie
Tolan, B. Brooks, F. Sanderson, and
G. McArthur. The "AMA" men are
B. Arendt, S. Atkins, C. Benson, R.
Chapman, T. Wuerful, G. Carlson,
J Williams, B. Brubaker, R. Monroe,
and W. McLelland.
Stripe Winners
In addition to these awards ten
of the letter winners were given the
honor of wearing a stripe on their
sweaters for taking points in the
Big Ten meet last week. These men
are Captain Ketz, Brooks, Sander-
son, McArthur, Felker, Frese, Tolan,
Tarbill, Dale Seymore and Dalton
Six of the men warded letters
this season, will not be back for
competition next year and also six
of the "AMA" men will not return
lettermen who will not return are
to Coach Farrell's squad. This year's
Captain Ketz, McArthur, Ericksbn,
Freese, Lomont, and Tarbill. The
"AMA" men who finished their com-
petition in collegiate circles are
Carlton, Williams, Arendt, McLel-
land, Monroe, and Wuerful.
This. leaves Tolan, Dale and Dal-
ton Seymore, Poorman, Felker,'
Grodsky, Austin, Sanderson, and
Brooks among the lettermen, and
Chapman, Benson, Atkins, and Bru-
baker, of the "AMA" winners avail-
able for the 1930 squad. All of these
men were strong contenders in the
meets this year and should give
Coach Farrell a formidable nucleus
for the team next year.
Ketz Is Outstanding
Captain Ketz has been the out-
standing performer among the vet-
erans who will endt heir careers
here with the close of the sason at
the National meet. The present
season has been a record breaking
one for the Wolverine hammer
thrower whose longest heave was
made against Iowa for a distance of
165 feet 10 inches.
The Michigan captain will try to
keep his record of first places of
the season intact at the National
meet next week although the co-
petition there will be much stiffer
than that in the Conference. His
outstanding opponnt may be Black
of Maine who has been throwing
the hammer in the neighborhood
of 175 feet.
Tarbill, Lomont, Freese, and Mc-
Arthur each ended their college
track days by winning the right to
a strip with places in the Confer-
ence outdoor track meet at Ohio.
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Oct. 5-Mt. Pleiasant, there
Oct. 12-Wisconsin "B," here.

Oct. 19-Ohio State "B," there.
Oct. 26-Illinois "B," here
Nov. 9-Ypsilanti, there
Nov. 16-- Kalamazoo Normal,

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At 10 o'clock, Cliff Woodbury of long grind. Preceding this practice, ,MII ErM UM I ] LUU10
Chicago, who gained the pole posi- a meeting of drivers and officials
tion by virtue of his 1201/2 miles per was held at which time final in-
hour, will take off in what should structions were given the pilots. George Jhle Leads Both Leagues In
prove to be the most interesting of Front Drive Cars Entered Pitcing By Winning Ninth
the 500 mile races at Indianopolis. Straightj
All qualifiers made speeds better There are several ront wheel _
than 100 miles per hour, being the d ould os enteed in te rac aund PITTSBURGH TAKES FIRST
fastest field to ever start in the
Indianapolis classic. iderto that an autom bile n e - Detroit's hard hitting ball team
he race as in forer years will manufacture of front drive cars for took the second game from the St.
be nternational in scope, havrgo pleasu purposes will launch an Louis Browns yesterday with the
drawn drivers and cars froEuro- extensive advertising campaign pre aid of the excellent pitching of
pean countries. vious to introducing this revolu- George Uhle 7 to 6. St. Louis made
Last Small Car Race tionary model. a final drive in the eighth inning
Today's race on the two and one- Eddie Rickenbacke World War to overtake the Tiger lead, b?,t were
half mile oval at Indianapolis will ahquickly retired.
be the last in which the tiny race acelandiene of the owners of the Pittsburgh broke the tie for first
cars will be driven. Starting nexttai tee po place in the National league with
year each car will have a driver s to go into effect next year I the Chicago Cubs by trimming
and mechanic besides having a mould be c mo beneda to them 7 to 2. St. Louis took both
greater piston displacement. Each otorists the cars to be used, be- ends of a double header with Cin-
of these expensive little speed ter- (Continued on Page Seven) cinnati to come within a couple of
rors will be driven at maximum points of noseing the Cubs out of
speeds in view of the fact that in 'second place. The Athletics got
the future they will go on the 1Hout of the cellar position by trounc-
dirt tracks. Aing Boston 7 to 1, and giving the
The Hoosier classic draws one of Red Sox the last place honors.
the largest crowds of any sporting American League
event. All reserved seats have been RHE
sold for some time and a line hasR
already been formed to buy general Cleveland ....014 140 010----Il 19 1
admission tickets. Between 125,000 With the Western Conference Chicago ......000 000 010- 1 G 1
and 150,000 are expected to view baseball teams playing the last Zinn; Thomas.
today's annual race of races. stretch of the schedule, Wisconsin Detroit .......100 150 000-7 13 1
The brick oval was closed to and Michigan are straining neck St. Louis ......001 021 020-6 12 1
drivers yesterday afternoon while and neck to capture the champion- Stewart Coffman; Uhle.
it underwent its annual bath. Later ship. Iowa, who has only a mathe- Athletics.....002 130 100-7 9 0
in the afternoon it was reopened to matical chance, is the only other Boston.......000 000 001-1 0 1
drivers that they might get a little team with possibilities of annexijg BEarishaw; McFayden.
more practice before tomorrow's the title. -
Only six games remain to be National League
played before the conclusion of theC2
Tobias Given Spring Big Ten race. Wisconsin's gameCicago.-
l gTe gm C icabug.....0000 00 x-271.00
Trophy At Wisconsin with Michigan today should deter- Pittsburgh .200 040 Olx-7 10 0
ADO mine the winner of the champion- Malone; Swetonic-
ship, although the race will not, be Brooklyn .....000 130 000--4 12 0
MADISON,Wis., May 27.-David ! definitely decided until the final New York ...000 010 000--1 3 2
"Moose" Tobias, LaCrosse, Wiscon- ( games are concluded. Tomorrow's Dudley; Scott.
sin, has been awarded the "W" winner will have the jump on the Boston.200 000 000- 2 10 4
Club Trophy, presented each year others, however. Philadelphia 022 601 lOx---12 12 0
by that organization to the play- The other game carded for to- First Game
er turning in the best all-around morrow brings together Minnesota
performance throughout the Bad- and Iowa, withthe Hawkeye's Cincinnati ...000 010 001---2 7 0
ger spring football drill. The win- championship possibilities resting St. Louis.....300 110 100-6 8 1
ner was chosen by Coach Glenn on-the outcome. Iowa's final game Second Game
Thistlewaite and his staff of as- of the season is to be played Sat- Cincinnati ....000 000 030-3 4 1
sistants. urday, with Indiana as its oppo- St. Louis ......012 001 000-4 4 1

With the return of 15 lettermen sity and "B" squads will not be dl IHILL UFFUO UUDRI1AR
from the 1928 team and streiigth- vided until after this contest.
ered with new material from the IMichigan State will come to Ann

ranks of the freshman and "B"
squads, Michigan's 1929 gridiron1

teai should present a formidable
lineup where it takes the field next
fall against old football rivals. Al-
though the identity of the head
i football coach is still in doultt due
to the withdrawal of Tad Wie-
man, it is expected that most of
the present staff will be retained.
Nine games have been scheduled
for the Varsity team, while the
"B" team, will play six contests.
Sept. 28-Albion and Mountf
Union, here
Oct. 5-Michigan State, here
Oct. 12-Purdue at Lafayette
Oct. 19-Ohio State, here
Oct. 26-Illinois at Urbant

Arbor for the second game, Oct. 5 Finals Of Zone Davis Cup Play
The initial Big Ten game is sched- Scheduled For Tomorrow At
uled for Oct. 12 at Lafayette. The Detroit Tennis Club
annual encounter with Ohio State
will be staged in the new stadium LINEUPS ARE UNDECIDED
on Oct. 19, while on the following
Saturday the Wolverines will journ- Michigan tennis enthusiasts will
ey to Urbana to engage their tra- be proffered an opportunity to wi
ditional rivals, the Ilini. ness the final round play of the
Harvard Invades West American zone Davis Cup challenge
With Nov. 2 an open date, allow- round when United States meets
ing the players some rest, Michi- Cuba tomorrow and Saturday on
gan will be primed for the re- the clay of the Detroit Tennis Club.
sumption of football relations with Cuba's challengers, decisive;win-
Harvard. The Crimson will come ners over Mexico in the semi-final
to Ann Arbor on Nov. 9 for an im- round, will oppose a front composed
portant intersectional game. Min- of youthful American netmen' in
nesota will provide the opposition the first Davis Cup match ever to
Nov. 16 at Minneapolis, while Iowa be staged in Detroit. The draw
will again close the Wolverine grid for the matches will be made by
season Nov. 23 in the Michigan Referee Charles S. qarland, a fain-
stadium. i ous internationalist of other years,
The "B" team will play three this evening at 10:30 o'clock at
home games, all of which are the Wardell.
scheduled for dates when the Var- .T_-1. - -.

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r Nov. 9-Harvard, nereI
SNov. 16-Miinneota. at Minne-I

!apo!;is sity will be away from Ann Arbor'.
Nov. 23-Iowa, here The Wisconsin and Illinois reservej
o-- ------o elevens and Kalamazoo Normal are
Five Conference games will be listed as the home opponents. In
played by the Varsity while the re- games away from home, the Wol-'
mainder will be against non-Con- verine reserves will meet Mt. Pleas-
ference opponents. Three Big Ten ant Normal, Ohio State reserves,
reserve teams are on the "B" squad and Ypsilanti Normal.
football card. Veterans Plentiful 3
Double Header Slated Veterans will be available for
Albion and Mount Union will practically all the positions, but it
up the curtain on the 1929 sea- is not unlikely that several of these
son Sept. 28 i) a double header at will be displaced by some of the
the new stadium. This is an inno- stars of last year's freshman team,
vation in Michigan football; and whichincluded many outstanding
will give the coaches an opportun- players within its ranks. Capt.
ity to try out many candidates un- Joe Truskowski will direct theteam
der fire in the search for capable from his berth at left end. Drall-
men to fill the positions. The Var- (Continued on Page Seven)

Invaders Work Out
The Cubans appeared on the De-
troit courts for their first workout
Tuesday morning, Having just ar-
rived from the long two day rail-
road ride from Key West, Fla., the
islanders spent most of their first
practice session in limbering up.
While the lineup is as yet un-
certain it is expected that Gustavo
Vollmer, whose play featured th
(Continued on Page Seven)

Tobias first attracted attention
by his work in the line when play-
ing on last fall's Frosh eleven.. He
is a tackle and weighs 210' pounds.
The husky LaCrosse forward de-
veloped rapidly during the six
weeks of spring practice. He will
prove a valuable addition to the
Cardinal line in the Big Ten grid
race next season. "Moose" likes
the bodily contact element of the
game. In chosing him for the
"W" cup, the coaches were especial-
ly complimentary of his attitude on
the field,
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Yesterday's game between Ohio
State and Chicago ended in a de-
cisive 8 to 3 victory over the Ma-
roons, thus shoving the Chica-
goans into the cellar by them-
selves. Previous to yesterday's con-
test, both teams had shared this
position between them.
On Saturday, in addition to the
afore-mentioned Iowa - Indiana
game, Ohio State comes to Ann
Arbor to play the Wolverines while
Minnesota meets Northwestern at



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