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October 01, 1929 - Image 10

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T'H.E vI CH I C GAN DA IL Y

WLFERS WILL"
E IN TOURiNEY

for Varsity Championship Cup
Will Begin Thursday Over
Barton Bills Course
L GIVEMEMBERSHIPS
nouncement was made yester-
by Coaches Trueblood and
tright of the Michigan Varsity
team that the fall Varsity golf
iament will be held at the Bar-
Hills Country Club, with the
qualifying rounds scheduled
e played October third and
th.
is tournament, open to under-
uates only, will consist of thir-
x holes of medal play, eighteen
on the two days specified, and
h play later to decide the
npion.
ter te two rounds of medal
for qualifying, the sixteen
st men will play a series of
hes to determine the cham-
and the winner of the Var-
trophy. The eight men with
owest scores will be given play-
memberships at the Barton
Club for the fall season, while
next four scores will be allowed
use of the club for a $1.00
ns fee.
enter this tournament, the
ergraduates must pay a greens
of $1.00 a round for the pri-
e of playing the course and the
must be conducted in three-
es or fourgomes with attested
e curds.
itha such veterans as Ward,
trom, Royston, and Livingston
a last year's Varsity team' and
men from the brilliant 1832
[man squad in school, the corn-
ion should be of the stiffest
. Lenfesty, who played num-
one on the yearling squad -has
i perfofming well of late and
be counted upon to shoot the
cy Barton Hills layout close to
while Howard and Hicks gave
Varsity of last season some stiff
les over the same course last

MIChIGAN PASSES MAKE -Lit. School that the University of
Illinois was as inquisitive as the
LONG GAINS SATURDAY University of Michigan (if that
was possible. I extend all kinds
(Continued from Page Nine) of apologies. B. H. Levy. 1
ton and LaJuenesse were impres- --- -I--E
sive iii their Varsity debut, round- andl pipe 'organ teacher, formerly
ing end and hitting the line for of School of Music and extensive
many yards. Simrall directed the stud abroad Studio 610 East
team well from his quarterback LibertySt.Apt.8.Phone 3566
post, with Holland looking good as L S A . Ph 3G
a capable understudy. Speed was a ' '
big factor in the ball carrying of HEL? WANTED
Dahlem and Wilson. ----.-
Although a stone 'all on defense, ATTENTION STUDENTS
-the Wolverine line failed to open up For self-supporting students desir-
holes for the backs in the first half ing fascinating remunerative
of the Mount Union contest. Not 1 work either temporary or per-
until the latter stages of the game manent, may I suggest that many
did the forwards begin to make students of both sexes have earn-
possible the plunges of Gembis and ed scholarships and cash suffi-
Hudson. Albion could make no cent to defray all college ex-
headway against Michigan's start- penses representing national ma-
ing line, while Samuels and Soren- gazine publishers. If interested
son were outstanding on defense write or wire for details. M. A.
when the second eleven took' the Steele National Organizer, 5 Co-
ed. h ndlumbus Circle, New York, N. Y.
Neither Simrall, Wheler, nor Hol- _1,2,3,4,5,6,12
land did any praiseworthy punting, WANTED=Tenor soloist for church
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charges completed 19 out of 33 at- -
tempts in the two games. A total WANTED-Tutors in every subject
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strated that his toe had lost none St. 1, 2, 3, 4
of its magic when he booted a 37-
yard field goal and acued three
points after touchdown.
Michigan .........14 7 6 12-39
Albion...........0 0 0 0- 0
Touchdowns-Wheeler, 2; Lajue-
nesse, Holland, Widman, McBride,
Points after touchdown-Gembis 2,
Holland .
Michigan ...........0 3 7 6-16
Mount Union.......0 0 6 0-6
Touchdowns - Dahlem, Raber,
Gembis. Field goal-Gembis. Point-h
after touchdown-Gembis. th

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PANESE3 PEOPLE HONOR
UIlGAN SPORTMANSHIP
(Continued from Page Nine)
Les were scored at the expense
Japanese teams. On the other
id only one of the Wolverine's
eats went to the home towners,
other four being won by Ameri-
i teams on the Pacific coast.
dcAfee was the ace of the Wol-
ie mound corps, winig six
nes and losing nary a one. Mon-
ue followed Mack with five vie-
ies and two defeats, Abcck
i ed him with four and two,
tie Kiegler brought up the rear
h one win and one loss. Mon-
-ue and Asbeck twirled the two
contests. '
k.fter defeating Aberdeen, S. D.,I
a slugfest, 14-8, the Michigan
m ran into trouble at Spokane,l
ng two games to that club, 13-6
d 8-4. Smith, of Spokane, turned
a nice six hit effort in the second
ne.
4ontague twirled beautifully to
the Tacoma team down with
bingles in a great 'itchers' bat-
which ended with Michigan on
'long end of a 5-4 count. Konep,
Tacoma twirler, allowed the
Iverines only five safties.
/iembers of the crew of the U.S.
California were Michigan's next
rims, falling before the slants of
1 McAfee, who ' gave them six
s. The final count of this game
1 7-1. Asbec1k, on the afternoon
the same day, duplicated the
t by granting six hits in a 7-21
imph over the Commercial Col
C of Seattle,
)n the following day Abrams
Tiled the Michigan sluggers to
e Everett an 8-3 win. le grant-
the Wolves only seven safe blows
ile the coast team' was combing
offerings of Kiegler for eleven
gles.
(Continued Tomorrow)
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FRESHMAN SWIMMERS
All candidates for the fresh-
man swimnming team will re-
port at 4:30 o'clock Wednes-
day a fternoon at the Intra-
mural building pool.
!Coach MacMahon

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BI LLIARDS
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Billiards is the finest sort of indoor recreation. It
calls for concentration and good judgment combined with
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In billiards, as in prattically every sportand recreation,
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