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Wohveriine Hitting In First And
Third Innings Gives Team
SixthjBig Ten Victory
TIIELANDER DRIVEN OUT
Again taking the lead in the race
for the Conference baseball cham-
pionship, Michigan considerably
dampened Wisconsin's title hopes
by vanquishing the Badgers, 6-3, in
a Memorial day game last Thurs-
day at Ferry field. The Wolveriines
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
1we was touched for three hits and
as many 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 shortstop, and went
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. Elernmn, but Matthusen ended
McCoy,
Thelander was rather wild at the
start, hitting Nebelung and giving
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 lest
on third, however, when the next
three Wolverines were out on two
flies and a grounder.
Michigan's attack brokie 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 sent a double to center,
scoring Straub. McCoy drove in two
more runs with a timely triple to
scoring; McCoy fiished Thelander.
succeedled him, hed e Wolverines
scoreless for thie rest of the game.
BOSTON.-Gus Sonbrg gained
Chicago, to retain his wrestling ti-
tle. The first fall came in 45 mn-

(By Associated Press)
BERLIN, May 31.-Determined
to stick to motor boat racing in the
future regardless of the fate of
hisworld automobile speed rrecord
Seagrave arrived here from Lon-
don by airplane today to pilot his
crack speed boat, Miss England, in
the international races on Temp_-
lin~er lake, Potsdam, Saturday and
Sunday.
. Segrave dcclared that the prom-
ise he mnadc in America to desert
automobile racing after smashing
all speed recqrds at Daytona Beach,
Fla., last winter would never be
broken., "Speed boats are much
better," he said.
The British sportsman was n-
terested in reports of Ray Keech's
preparations to break his record in
Florida, although 1we is certain that
he will never again defend his
racing laurels.
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Michigan AB
Nebelung, cf.....5
Corriden, rf. .... 4
Straub, If. ......4
Kubicak, 2b. .. . ..4
Weintyaub, 3b. .. 4
McCoy, lb. ...... 4
Eastman, ss. .. . .4
Truskowski, c. .. 4
Asbeck, p. ......4
Totals........37
Wiscnsin AB
Hall cf.....4
Mansfield.l.. 4
H. Ellerman, 2b. 4
R. Ellerm~n, rf. 4
Evans, c.....4
Matthusen, 3b. .. 3
Knetchges, ss. ... 3
Thelander, p. .... 1
Forber, p. .......2
* Mittermeyer . .. 1

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MICHIGAN GOLF TEAM SIXTEEN VARSITY MEN)
ENDSBRILIAN YER GIEN AJORLETERS
Wolverine Golfers Stretch Victory ITen Men Who Scored Points In r
Streak To Seventeen; Win Dual Meets Get "A. M. A." Award is
Dual Meet Title From Farrell t
A
WARD AND BEROELIN STAR TEN MAY WEAR STRIPES
Having finished second in the Twenty-six n-en, representing the f
Western Conference golf -tourna-scoigpwe feWovrn' n
ment held at Interlachen Tuesday soigpwro h ovrn
and Wednesday, the Wolverine Var- 1929 track team, were awardedt
'sity team fin'ishes one of the most either "M's" or "AMA's" by Coach
successful seasons which it has ever Steve Farrell at the conclusion off
enjoyed. Undefeated in dual meet the Big Ten outdoor track season. o
competition for the third straight Sixteen of the awards were "M's," i
year, and running up the string of
consecutive victories to seventeen,j given men who had won a first
Coach Trueblood's squad can lay place in a dual meet or placed in
claim to a record untouched in col- the Conference meet, while ten
lege circles. " AMA's" were awarded to men who
Illinois, boasting a team which had won points in a dual meet.
was rated highly in pre-season pre- Th, rc e h reeie th 1
dictions furnished the first com- 'erak nwhrcivdhe
petition for the untested Michigan major letter are Captain W. Ketz,
men, and fell before the Wolf at- J. Austin, C. Felker, A. Erickson, E.
tack 10%-7V on their home course. IFreese, A. Lomont, I. Grodsky, E.
Captain Bergelin and Dave War NPotrDaeSy r,
were especially effective in this win, Porman, N otr aeSyoe
Ward taking low ball for the day IDalton Seymore, J. Tarbill, Eddie p
with a 72 in the afternoon four- Tolan, B. Brooks, F. Sanderson, andm
somes, when he and Bergelin had a IG. McArthur. The "AMA" men are
best ball of 68. B.Arendt, S. Atkins, C. Benson, R.r
Wildcats Defeated . Chapman, T. Wuerful, G. Carlson,f
. J3 Williams, B. Brubaker, R. Monroe,
Next in order to meet and fail and W. McLelland.
andforthestoern.e Wildcats In additio to thee awards ten -
'came to Barton Hills with a formid- fheetrwinrwregvnhe
m ches rk vithb~tViccold on or of wearing a stripetson ther
lost 16-2. Again Ward had the low Big Ten meet last week. These men,
ball with a '74, but his captain was are Captain Ketz, Brooks, Sander- 1
the star of the day, taking three 'son, McArthur, Felker, Frese, Tolan, 1e
points from Whittaker, Northwest- Tarbill, Dale Seymore and Dalton
emn number one man. Seymore.s
Wisconsin next invaded Ann Ar- Six of thc men warded letters U
bor and was turned back with an Ithis season, will not be back for t]
overwhelming score, while Ohio competition next year and also six a
State, with their touted star, Loop, of the "AMA" men will not return 0
could do no better than gain five lettermen who will not return .are a
points to lose 13-5. Ward defeated to Coach Farrell's squad. This year's
Loop 5 up after being even with Captain Ketz, MeArthur, Erickso,
him on the first nine, the former Freese, Lomont, and Tarbill. Thep
state champion taking five holes in 1"AMA" men who finished their com-t
a row. This was the last home petition in collegiate circles are q
match of the season for the Michi- Carlton, Williams, Arendt, McLel- a
gan team. jland, Monroe, and Wuerful. n
ChicgoProesEas This leaves Tolan, Dale and Dal-s
Minus the services of Ward, the ton Seymore, Poorman, Felker 0
Wolverines humbled Chicago in the IGodsky, Aust i Sand erson, ad
left directly after the match for1 Ch apman Bensom Atkins and Br- I
Minneapolis, where the Big Ten baeo*te"M"wnesaal
meet was to be held, in order to get able fo te 19suad All of te
tcheallimportant tournament was meets ths ear adashoul gies
(Continued on Page Seven) for the team next year.

ISHTRONG GRID ELVEN NEXT FALL
romh 1928eur of 15 lettermen son Sept. 28 in a double header- atTO T N YT# ME
romth 128team and strength- the new stadium. This is an inno--___
neds with new miaterial fromnthe 1vation in Michigan football; and Barton, Moore, Schaeffer, Spencer,
quads, Michigan's 1929 gridiron it to try out manyecandidate un- acGet Varsityn Letter
eam should present a formidable Ider lire in the search for capable
ineup when it takes the field next men to fill the positions. The Var-I Twenty-two awards have been
all against old football rivals. Al- sity and "B" squads will not be di- Imade to members of the Varsity
hough the identity of the head vided until after this contest. and freshman tennis squads, it was
otball coach is still in doul t due Michigan State will come to Ann made known by the Athletic Asso-
o the withdrawal of Tad Wie- Arbor for the second game, Oct. 5 ciation early yesterday Thirteen
an, it is expected that most of The initial Big Ten game is sched- 'sweaters will be awarded members
he present staff will be ietamned. 1uled for Oct. 12 at Lafayette. The ,of the Conference championship
Nine games have been scheduled iannual encounter with Ohio State Varsity team. Seven will receive
or the Varsity team, while the will be staged in the new stadium the coveted M. This number in-
B" team, will play six contests. on Oct. 19, while on the following eludes Captain Horace Batron,
FOOTALL CHEULE-192 Saturda theolverines will journ- Kingsley Moore, Kenneth Schaef-
FOOTALL CHEULE-929 ey t Urana o egage teir tra- fer, veterans; and Marvin Bacon,
Set.2-Abon an outditional rivals, the Ilfini. Robert Beal, Edward Hammer and
Sept.28-Abion and ountHarvard Invades West IJames Spencer.

Oct. -Michigan State, here
Oct. 12-Purdue at Lafayette
Oct. 19-Ohio State, here
Oct. 26-Illinois at Urbant
Nov. 9-Harvard, here
Nov. 16-Minnesota at Minne-
apolis
Nov. 23-Iowa, here [
-o
'ive Conference games will be
layed by the Varsity while the re-
ainder will be against non-Con-
erence opponents. Three Big Ten
eserve teams are on the "B" squad
ootball card.
Double Header Slated
Albion and Mount Union will
p the curtain on the 1929 sea-
~oaching Staff Still
Remains Incompleted
With the announcement by Di-
~ctor of Athletics Yost that plans
or the 1929 Michigan coaching
baff are as yet incomplete, various
nconfirmed rumors of a change in
he Wolverine coaching methods by
substitution of a coaches' "board
f strategy" for a head coach were
float yesterday.
Director Yost is known to be a
ponsor of this plan, and it is re-
orted that a disagreement be-
wveen Yost and Wieman over this
uestion was the basis for Yost's
etion in refusing to assign Wie-
ian to the 1929 football coaching
taff.
"B" TEAM SCHEDULE-1929 I
Oct. 5-Mt. Pleiasant, there 1
Oct. 12-Wisconsin "B," here.
Oct. 19-Ohio State "B," there.
Oct. 26-llioi "B," here
Nov. 16- Kalamazoo Normal, I

-With Nov. 2 an open date, allow-
ing the players some rest, Michi-
gan will be primed for the re-
sumption of football relations with
Harvard. The Crimson will come
to Ann Arbor on Nov. 9 for an im-
portant intersectional game. Min-
nesota will provide the opposition
Nov. 16 at Minneapolis, while Iowa
will again close the Wolverine grid
season Nov. 23 in the Michigan
stadium.
IIDistinclve

As a reward for reserve service
six men will receive the AMA. They
are George Dusenbury, Maurice
Freerer, Donald MacFarlane, Har-
ris Nelson, William Phelps, and
Cadwell Swanson.
Freshman tennis numerals will
be awarded to Frederick Brace,
Rollin Clark, Robert Clarke, Thomas
Davis, Dwight Dickinson, Henry
Gage, Henry Pendell, John Rein-
dcl, and Colby Ryan.

Foo tiP ear

Footu'ear For Jlichigan lien
Is

Totals........34 3 6 27 14 0
* Batted for Matthusen in the
ninth.
Score by innings:
Michigan .........204 100 000-6
Wisconsin.........300 000 000-3
Runs-Michigan, Nebelung, Cor-
nidenStraub e nintraub, McCoy,
field, R. Ellerman. Two base hits--
R. Ellerman, Weintraub. Three
ba hisStraub, kMcCoy. Bases
l~ander, 1;kForbe,3 ieaStruck oFut-
ber, 3.

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