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Y, J tJ NE _ 1, 1929

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OR TEAMS SCORE FORTY VICTORIES
A GAINT EENDEFEATSI NC ON

Golf, Tennis, And Mat Squads Go
Through Athletic Season
WVthout Defeat
COMPILE .690 AVE AG-
During the season of 1928-29
Michigan athletic teams chalked up.
40 victories against 18 defeats in
iial competition with Conference
opponents. Three contests ended
'in tie scores. Michigan's average
for the year against Big Ten teams
is.690, one gaseball game with Ohio
State yet to be played. This is not
qzite up to the record of last year,,
when the Wolverines had a mark
of 44 wins and 19 losses.
The golf, tennis, and wrestling
teams had the best records for the
season, each going through its
schedule without a defeat. The
basketball quintet also had a good
year with 10 victories and two de-

feats in the Big Ten. The hockey
team experienced a disastrous sea-
son, registering one victory and one
tie in eight games.
Purdue and Iowa failed to score:
a victory over Michigan during the
season just completed. The Wol-
verines had a better than .500 aver-
age against every Conference rival..
Illinois and Minnesota had the best
success against Michigan, winning
I five and losing four contests.

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Iowa ........... 5
Purdue........ 3
Ohio State ...... 5.
Northwestern ... 61
Chicago.........2
Indiana......... 2
Wisconsin.......7
Illinois. ... 5.
Minnesota,...... 5
Totals.......40

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BRILLIANT SEASON ENDED'
BY MICIGAN GOLF TEAM
(Continued from Page Six)
High scores prevailed all during]
the play in the meet, with the
Gophers taking the team crown by
beating Michigan's 1338 total by
seven strokes. Captain Bolstead,'
one of the favorites in the ratings,
won the individual championship,
when he took 313 for the 72 holes
over the difficult lay-out. Two
Mincigan men came in second and
third, Captain Bergelin taking a 318
and vard a 322 for the play.
Credit for the team's excellent
showing must 'not all be given to
Ward and Bergelin, however. ;Lewis,
Ahlstrom, Livingston, and Royston '
also, played a fine brand of golf.
Lewis was number three man dur-
ing the season, while the fourth.
position was divided between the'
other three men. '
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Tin as All-time
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(B :Associated Press)
PARIS, May 31.-America's big
three in the French tennis cham-
pionships, consisting of Bill Tilden.
and FrankHunter in the men's sin-
gles and Helen Wills, defending -the
women's crown, all were bracketed
in the quarter-finals today. WithK
the main tests still to come, Tilden
staged one of his .old-fashioned,
spurts to dispose of, his youthful.
protege, Wilbur (Junior) Coen, in'
five sets, 3-,, 5-7,. -1, 6-1, 6-0,
Huxtex ,had compatratively little;
dimfculty overcoming the Austrian:
star, Franz Matejka, 6-0, 2-6, 6-1,
6-4. -
Miss Wills, who reached the,
quarter-finals yesterday, had a day
of idleness in prepgration for, her
quarter-final match with Mine.

Helen LaFaurie of France tomor-
row.
The remaining quarter-finals in-,
clude the other Ferneh "musket-
eers"-Rene La Coste, Henri Cochet.
and Jacquet. Brugnon-in addition
to Baron Von Kehrling of Hun-
gary. None experienced difficulties
in their advance, Cochet disposing
of the German, Hans Moldenhauer,
while. Borotra and LaCoste elimi-
nated rival countrymen, Christian
Boussus and Paul Feret, respee-
tively.
The survivors in the women's sin-
g es,. besieds Miss Wells and Ma-,
dame LaFaurie, are Eileen Bennett
and Mrs. Michael Watso nof Eng-
land, Bobby Heine and Ethel Neave
of South Africa, Madame Rene.
Mathieu of .France and Frauleinl
Cecelie Aussem- of Germany.1

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