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RI TAM S RBRILLIANT SEASON ENDED
BY MICHIGANQ0LF TEAM
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Golf, Tennis, And Mat Squads
Through Athletic Season
COMPILE ,690 AVERAGE
During the season of 1928-29
Michigan athletic teams chalked up
40 victories against 18 defeats in
;ual competition with Conference
opponents. Three contests ended
Intie 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
quite 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.I
Illinois and Minnesota had the best
success against Michigan, winning
five aind losing four contests.
the pay in the meet, wth 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
Michigan men came in second and
third, Captain Bergelin taking a 318
and Ward 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,
Ti as All-time
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RENCH TENNIS U Announcements, Calling Cards
should be ordered at once to avoid
Miss Wills, who reached thc IF the young man who stole a the last minute rush. Social work
(By Associated Press) quarter-finals yesterday. had a day typewriter from 517 Division will a specialy.
RIS, May 31.-America's big of idleness in preparation for her return same, trouble will be O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade
in the French tennis cham- quarter-final match with- Mme.! awarded. 5 '
hips, consisting of Bill Tilden Helen LaFaurie of France tomor- -EAREtknt ntr no SAND and GRAVEL. Washed and
'rank Hunter in the men's sin- row. WE ARE taking the contracts now dry screened. Telephone 7112
and helen Wills, defending the The remaining quarter-finals in- for renovating mattresses and ildryscr delphn 7
en's crown, all were bracketed dude the other Fernch "musket- pillows during summer vacation.
Le quarter-finals today. With eers"-Rene La Coste, Henri Cochet Reduced prices for large order. NT
nain tests still to come, Tilden and Jacquet Brugnon-in addition T. S. COLVIN CR EN
d one of his old-fashioned to Baron Von Kehrling of Hun- FOR RENT-House, eight rooms,
s to dispose of his youthful gary. None experienced difficulties TUTO R IN G - Everything for; furnished; for summer. 90
ge, Wilbur (Junior) Coen, in in their advance, Cochet disposing EXAMS. MACK T U TO RING monthly. 1331 Geddes Ave. 21751.
sets, 3-6, 5-7, 6-1, 6-1, 6-0, of the German, Hans Moldenhauer,' AGENCY. 310 . State. Phone Near campus. Newly decorated.
er had comparatively little while Borotra and LaCoste elimi- 7927. CFO
ulty overcoming the Austrian nated rival countrymen, Christian -7927'_C- FOR RENT-Campus (near) fur-
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:Iowa .......... 5 0
Ohio State ...... 5 1
Northwestern ... 6 2
Indiana......... 2 1
Wisconsin ...... 7 5
Minnesota ...... 5 4
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Larus & Bro. Co.,
While in Banff, Alberta, in 1909, I
climbed Tunnell Mountain. On top of
this mountain there is a cairn of stones
where tourists leave their cards with
remarks about the scenery, etc.t Not
having a card with me, I left a tin of
Edgeworth Sliced, scribbled my name
and address on a piece of paper, and
said, "Have a fill on me."
I have kept up a haphazard corre-
spondene with one of three who wrote
me thanking me for the Pipeful of
Edgeworth. What makes me write
you is that today from Australia T
received two slices of Edgeworth with
the words, "Have a fill on me," so you
see Edgeworth keeps friends friendly.
P. B. Johnstone
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Extra High Grade
Some of the finest times that
you will have at Michigan will
TYPEWRITING and MIMEO-
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NOTICE-Beautiful spring line of
Axminister and Wilton rugs.
Koch '& Henne. 0
be those spent
Ride the GREYHOUND.YELLOWAY lines, used
by hundreds of Michigan students to every section of the
country. Dependable, safe transportation in comfortable
parlor coaches at a great saving in travel expense.
Special student express buses are run at Christmas and
Easter vacations to all points at reduced round trip rates.
Ticket Office and Information
PERSONAL ATTENTION LIKE
HOME AT A SAVING OF 10%
WITH CASH CARD. DIAL 3916,1
MOE LAUNDRY, 204 N. MAIN. c
E All makes of portable and large
I machines, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned, repaired. Large assort-
ment and best service. 0.ID. Mor-
rill, 17 Nickels Arcade. C
Saunders' Canoe Livery
On Huron River at the foot of Cedar Street
tive appeal on
RUGS of distinc-
sale for a limited
Geddes Ave. 21751.
FOR RENT-Double and single
rooms for summer in desirable
location. 429 South Division. 5
FOR RENT-Suite-double room
and single room-summer price-
quiet home. 425 South Division.
Dial 22353. 5
FOR RENT-Delightful five room
furnished or unfurnished apart-
ment for summer or permanent,
adjacent campus; household goods
and antiques for sale. Apt.
Cl, 619 E. University. Phone
ROOMS for summer school stu-
dents. 204 North Ingalls. 35
FOR RENT-One double and one
single room with sleeping porch.
1102 Prospect. 35
FORD COUPE'''4 very good tires
and spare. Motor in good condi-
tion special facilities for starting
in cold weather. Must have the
cash, so will sell at $55. May be
seen at 715 So. Division any time.
1925 FORD touring. New tires and
good top and curtains. $50. Phone
FOR SALE-Saxophones, tenor and
soprano; both in gooa condition.
Will sell either one or both rea-
sonably. Write Box 64, Michii-
gan Daily. 235
FOR SALE-Cottage lots. Phone
FOR SALE-Southeast section, 7-
room house with garage on large
lot. Very low price. Call owner,
ON ACCOUNT of financial em-
barrassment I am selling my
beautiful Ford touring at a sac-
rifice. Phone 8840. 35
LOST-A pair of glasses at Wiscon-
sin game. Finder please call
Brown. 3298. 5
LOST-German Shepard Police
dog; address on collar. 1000 E.
Ann 6817. Phone 3597. 235
LOST-Gamipa Phi Beta pin mark-
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Phone 3597. 2397
LOST-A designed pillow cover and
a scarf between Oakland and the
Architect Bldg. on Monroe Street.
I need it for credit. Return to
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