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June 01, 1929 - Image 6

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Wolverine Hitting In First And
Third Innings Gives TeniA
Sixth: Big Ten Victory
Again taking the lead in the race
for the Conference baseball ham-
pionship, Michigan considerably
dampened Wisconsin's title hopes
by vanquishing the Badgers, '6-3, iri
a memorial day game.. last Thurs-:
day at Ferry field. The'Woverines
hit opportunely in the first and
third innings to give Fred Asbeck
a three-run lead which was 'never
threatened thereafter.
After a poor start, during which
he was touched for three hitsand
as maniy runs in the opening frame,
Asbeck settled down to hurl air-
tight ball over the remainder of
the route. Only 26 Matters faced
Asbeck in the last eight inings.
With one down in the first in-
ning, Wisconsin launched an attack
that netted:three tallies. Hall sin-
gled through short stop, -arnd wont
to second when Weintraub'fumbled
Mansfield's grounder. Harry Eller-
man fouled out to McCoy, but his
brother Ray doubled to left, send-
ing two Wisconsin runs across the
plate. Evans' single to left scored
R. Ellerman, but Matthusen ended
the inning by lifting a foul fly to
Thelander was rather wild' at the,
start, hitting Nebelung 'and givingA
Corriden a free ticket to first. Har-
vey Straub responded to his repu-
tation as a hitter by sending a long'
triple to deep center, scoring
Nebelung and Corriden. He was left'
on third,'however, when the next
three Wolverines were out on two
files and a grounder.
Michigan's attack broke through
again' in the third to score four
runs. Corriden struck out but the'
next five batters hit safely, send-
ing Thelander to the showers.'
Straub and Kubicek singled, and
Weintraub seat a double to center,
scoring Straub. McCoy drove in two
more runs with a timely triple to
center. Eastman's single to left,
scoring McCoy, finished Thelander.
Farber, the Badger pitcher who
succeeded him, held the Wolverines'
scoreless for the rest of the game.
BOSTON.-Gus Sonnenberg gained
two falls over Marin Plestina of'
Chicago, to retain his wrestling ti-
tle. The first fail came 'in 45 min-
utes, the seconi in 10:

(By Associated Press) 1li atsO ut Theta Chi And Sigma[t Milton G. Kendriek, who served
BERLIN, May 31.-Determined ENOSVILLIiNI R1f Ain rf Mu To Lead Field InI10I-TII in the capacity of assistant manL UIRACE
to stick to motor boat. racing in the T otal Poiut Sc-red
future regardless of the fate of - ager of the track team this past
his world automobile speed record Wolverine Golfers Stretch Victory Two cups were awarded by the Barton, Moore, Shaeffer, Spencer, year, was chosen head manager for Ray Keech of Los Angeles won
of 231 miles an hour, Major H. O. Streak To Seventeen; Wi Intramural department to the win- Bacoa ,eal, ari d ammer the next year. This appoinent' the seventeenth automobile race at
Dua.Met-itel-'Aer asi yLetters togeter il(eapotmnsu
Seagrave arrive:d here from LOB-; nlPS of the best general fraternity thegendianapolis ovalpptraveling at
don by airplane today to pilot his and to the best professional fra- he assistant managers, was an,
crack speed boat, Miss England, in WARD AND BERGELIN STAR ternity. Delta Sigma Phi 'won the SIX AMA LETTERS GIVEN nounced yesterday by R. L. Gretsch, an average speed of 97.585 miles an
the international races on Temp- general fraternity trophy while Phi head manager this last year. The hour. He was followed by Louis
liner lake, Potsdam, Saturday and Having finished second in 'the Chi won the professional fraternity Twenty-two awards have been following appointments were made Meyer, last year's winner who
Sunday. Western Conference golf tourna- cup. made to members of the Varsity as assistants to Kendrick: R. A. tryiltKeeh yith e, wo
Segrave declared that the prom- ment held at Interlachen Tuesday Delta-Sigma Phi had a total of and freshman tennis squads, it was Furniss, A. M. Highicy, D. SteinK by thrVsibeJS.
*ise he made in America- to desert and Wednesday, the Wolverine Vard 1087 points and Theta Chi was rmade known by the Athletic Asso.. berg, G. J. Weyl. Billy Spence, pilot of a Dusenberg
automobile racing after smashing sity team finishes one of the most runner-up 'with 1072 points, with ciation early yesterday. Thirteen The appointments of the iack entry, was killed when his car over-
all speed records at Daytona Beach, successful seasons which it has ever a possible 10 in addition by winning sweaters will be awarded members managers were made by a com- turned early in the race. Cliff
Fla., last winter would never be enjoyed. Undefeated in dual meet the tennis tournament. Sigma Alpha of the Conference championship mittee consisting of the retiringWoodbur's mount was wrecked
broken. "Speed boats are much competition for the third straight Mu was third' with 1067 poJun:. The Varsity team. Seven will receive maanger, R. L. Gretsch, Coach Far oby
better," he said. year, and running up the string of race was one of the closest in the the coveted M. This number in- rell, and the track captain, Wilfred even before he had completed. the
The British sportsman was in- consecutive victories to seventeen, history of intramural comnetition. cludes Captain Horace Batron, Ketz, first lap on the two and one-half
terested 'in reports of Ray Keech's Coach Trueblood's squad can lay only 20 points separating the first Kingsley Moore, Kenneth Schaef- Kendrick is a senior in the liter-. mile track.
preparations to break his record in claim to a record untouched in col- and third place teams. fer, veterans; and Marvin Bacon, ary college but will be on the About $100,000 were paid in prizes
Florida, although he is certain that lege circles. In the evnets of the schedule Robert Beal, Edward Hammer and campus next year. The assistant to competitors in the Hoosier
he will never again defend his Illinois, boasting a team which Delta Sigma Phi won the foul James Spencer. managers are either sophomores or classic, while at least half a million
racing laurels. was rated highly in pre-season pre- throwing contest and qualified the sA a reward for reserve service juniors on the campus next year. dollars worth of racing equipment
dictions furnished the first com- I most mePi for Sigma Delta Psi. six men will receive the AMA. They was broken up during the tedious
o -- o petition for the untested Michigan Theta Chi won water polo and in- are George Dusenbury, Maurice CHICAGO.-Difficulty with fed- grind. Keech will receive approxi-
| BOX SCORE i men, and fell before the Wolf at- door track, while Sigma Alpha Mu Freerer, Donald MacFarlane, Har- eral tax collectors caused Promoter mately $45,000 for his victory.
o --. o tack 10-7% on their home course. won speedball. ris Nelson, William Phelps, and Jim Mullen to postpone the ten- Attendance at the Memorial Day
Michigan AB R HI PO A E Captain Bergelin and Dave Ward' Phi Sigma Kappa won the A bas- Cadwell Swanson. round match between Sammy Man- classic was nearly 170,000, the larg-
Nebelung, cf....5 1 1 2 0 0 were especially effective in this win, ketball tournament and the relays, Freshman tennis numerals will dell and Kid Kaplan, for the light- est crowd to ever assemble at any
Corriden, rf. .,...4 1 0 2 0 0' Ward taking low ball for the day Tau Kappa Epsilon, the cross- be awarded to nine members of the weight championship. sporting event.
Straub, If........4 1 2 2 0 0 with a 72 in the afternoon four- country, Phi Kappa Psi, the dual 1932 squad. This departure from
Kaibicek; 2b. . ...4 1 1 1 0 0 somes, when he and Bergelin had a swimming and the swimming meet. precedence of the limiting of
Weintraub, 3b. .. 4 1 1 1 1 0 best ball of 68. In the other events tlie wrestling freshman award to fve was i- F
MclCoy, lb....... 4 1 1 14 1 0 Wildcats Defeated was won by Phi Beta Delta, the augurated because of the unusual Distifleh1Na
Eastman, ss. .... 4 0 1 2 0 0 Next in order to meet and fall handball by Alpha Omega, B bas- strength of the squad.' Numeral re-
Truskowsi, 'Nc. 4 0 0 4 1 0 before the Wolverines were Purdue ketball by Sigma Chi, volley ball by cipients include Frederick Brace,
Asbeck, p.......4 0 0 0 5 0 and Northwestern. The Wildcats Phi Lambda Kapa, bowling by Rollin Clark, Robert Clarke, Thomas
Totlcame to Barton Hills with a formid- Delta Sigma Delta, baseball by Phi 'Davis, Dwight Dickinson, Henry i
Totals........37 6 7 27 11 2 able reputation,bSigma :Delta, .tennis by either Theta Gage, Henry Pendell, John Rein-
Wisconsin AB R H PO A E atc resit Mchig and Chi or Chi Psi, and horseshoes by del, and Colby Ryan.
Culsinier, lf.......4 0 0 1 0 0 lost 16-2. Agai h t l Delta Upsilon.
Hall cf4 12 20 0lost 16-2 Again Ward had the low
Hall" cf......4 1 2 2 0 0 b_ ___ ___ _ iTIE I-TNCNET
Mansfield. lb. ... 4 1 0 8 1 0 ball with a 74, but his captain was T _'HREE BIG TEN CONTESTS
H.'Ellermali;2b. . 4 0 0 3 2 0 the star of the day, takingthret" BIG LEAGUE ARE CARDED FOR TODAY
R. Ellerman, rf. . 4 1 2 3 0 0 points from Whittaker, Northwest-
Evans, c......... 4 0 1 1 2 0 ern number one man. SCORES
Matthusen, 3b. .. 3 0 1 1 2 0 Wisconsin next invaded Ann Ar-S O Three Big Ten baseball games
Matt usen s. ,. 3 0 1 2 are on the cards for today Ohio
Knetchges, ss.... 3 0 0 0 3 0 bor and was turned back with an oAIo h L,
Thelander, p..... 1 0 0 1 1 0 overwhelming score, while'OhA. State playing at Michigan, Iowa
Forber, p.......2 0 0 3 3 0 State, with their touted star, Loop, American League meeting Indiana, and Minnesota
* Mittermeyer ... 1 0 0 0 0 0 could do no better than gain five R H E clashing with Northwestern. Only PORTUNITY TO BUY J MURPHY
- - ---points to lose 13-5. Ward defeated Detroit ., .,..001 000 104-6 15 2 one of the games, the MichiganPQU ITY O T EA
Totals .........34 3 6 27 14 0 Loop 5 up after being even with Philadelphia .102 032 10x--9 14 i encounter, will have any bearing QUAiTYdFTWEAR
* Batted for Matthusen in the him on the first nine, the former Carroll Yde; Ehmke, Rommell. on the race, although Iowa still
ninth. state champion taking five holes in has a mathematical chance to cop
Score by innings: a row. This was the last home National League the banner.
match of the season for the Michi- Philadelphia .113 000 041-10 11 2 Indiana has been playing only in
Michigan ...........204 100 000-6 'gan team. Pittsburgh ..003 020 011-- 7 13 1 andout ball all season and should$15
Wisconsin..........300 000 000-3' Chicago Proves Easy Willoughby, McGraw; French, prove fairly easy for the Hawk-
Runs-Michigan, Nebelung, Cor- Minus the services of Ward, the Dawson, Meine. eyes. Should Michigan win, how-
riden, Straub, Weintraub, McCoy, Wolverines humbled Chicago in the . ever, Iowa will be past all consid-
Kubicek. Wisconsin-Hill, Mans- last dual meet of the season, andt Cincinnati ....000 000 001-1 10 2 eration for the title. The same DON'T MISS TIS FINAL!
field, R. Ellerman. Two base hits- left directly after the match for St. Louis .;. .422 000 Ox-8 8 1 hlds true for Wisconsin, who plays
R. Ellerman, Weintraub. Three Minneapolis, where the Big Ten M er oin nenetaTe o ithe .
base hits-Straub, McCoy. Bases meet was to be held, in order to get BOSTON-Gus Sonnenber~g, re- fIna Confrence ameothethe year. fe .MRP IYHB O T SH OP
on balls-Off Asbeck 0; Off The- in a few days of practice betore tained his heavyweight wrestling Northwestern should have little Nid
lander, 1; Forber, 3. Struck out- the all-important tournament was title by pinning Marin Plestinain difficulty in disposing of the Nicels Arcd°
By Asbeck, 4; Thelander, 1; For- scheduled. 45 mi and 10 m. Gophers.
ber, 3. (Continued on Page Seven) _ _ _ _ _ __d_1__min._G_ _her_.



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