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THE MICHIGAN DA LY GA SVEN

MIJCHIGAM OLER
EN,0 GOOD SEASON
Runners-up in the Big Ten and
Dual Meet Champions Are
Honors Gained.
HICKS STAR OF SEASON

Saturday's defeat at the hands
of Illinois ended the season for
the successful Michigan golf team.
While not considered the best of
.endings this loss to the champions
of the Big Ten does not take any
of the importance from a season
that was an addition to the great-a
est record in the history of golfI
as a college sport. With the end of
this season a total of 45 matches
had been played by the Wolverines
ainl only six of this number have
been lost. -

PLAY FOR AMATEUR TITLE OPENS ITITLE MET FACES
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I {Record of One Defeat and Six
Winis Gives Michigan Dual
Meet Championship.
GAIN WIN OVER CHICAGO
I With the dual meet champion-
Jam'"":'V:':.L "? :y$ fit'.:-":"">::.ship of the Western Conference
among its souvenirs the Michigan
.net team has turned its attention
. :;:r..J.:.:....to the Big Ten meet this week at
Chicago. Michigan finished its
schedule of dual matches with only
one defeat and six wins. In their
, quest for the dual meet title the
Wolves wrecked the hopes of the
i title bent; Illini who had crashed
through their opposition with little
difficulty until they encountered the
.....Maize and Blue aggregation.
Down Maroons, 5-4.
I Last Saturday the Wolverine net-
..:.ters took a close decision over a
surprisingly strong Chicago team in
the final dual meet of the year.
Michigan's victories over these
strong net combinations which oc-
curred near the close of the sea-
I EI son show a great improvement over
- Jthe opening match in which the
ASSOCt ted PrCBs Photo Ann Arbor lads bowed to the North-
Cyril Tolley (left), defending British champion, and Bobby Jones, Michigan's chances in the com-
who leads a group of 24 American golf invaders, will meet this wee M ing Conference meet are not quite
in the British amateur golf championship at St. Andrews, Scotland. so promising as they would seem to
The British amateur is the only major championship that has evaded be after capturing the dual meet
the Jones' magic clubs and the week's matches will prove the greatest title, as there are several outstand-
task that he has undertaken. ing players scattered throughout
the list of Conference teams. As a
result of this sprinkling of top
ranking stars the Wolverine chanc-
CES Intram ural es depend to a great extent upon
the outcome of the doubles match-
es.
News Rexington Is Star.
Captain Rexinger of the Maroons
~~~is one of the best players in Con-

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Fridd y
is Decoration
Day

After a run of 20 straight win
the fifth match of the season was
lost to Northwestern by the close
scre Qf 10 1-2 to 7 1-2. This loss
axl ,that last Saturday to the Illini
were the only reverses in the seven
n1tich season in which six Con-
ference teams were met. Still hold-
ing the Big Ten record for dual
mnatch play the Wolverines ended
the work on the links as the run-
ners-up to the Conference Title
and ;icks playing number one man
for the Maize and Blue mashie
swingers captured the second place
in the Big Ten individual competi-
tion, while Lenfesty the sophomore
star placed fourth.
Scores Are One-Sided.
The first match of the season'
the Wolverines took from Purdue
with an easy 15-3 score, while in
the second match Ohio State was
overwhelmed to the tune of 13-5.
Michigan State went down before
the even play of the Wolverines in
the third tilt of the season by the
score of 17-1. In their invasion of
the Buckeye sod the Wolves made
the only whitewash score of thej
season and added 18 points to the
grand total. Northwestern in the
fifth match humbled the Michigan
golfers by administering a close
10 1-2 - 7 1-2 beating. As a come-
back in the sixth match the Wolves
defeated Wisconsin to the tune of
13 1-2 to 4 1-2.tThe seventh match
played last Saturday went to the
fighting Illini with the score of.
14 1-2 to 3 1-2.
Without the aid of a pilot the
mashie swingers lined up in the
following order for most of the
matches: Hicks at the lead posi-
tion and Royston playing second
while Lenfesty held the third as-
signment and Howard shot in
fourth position. Alstrom and Liv-
ingston worked as alternates and
provided the reserve strength.
Hicks played the best golf of the
season and was the most steady
and reliable of the Wolves.
Coach Polishes Up Team.
Coach Trueblood did not start
the season with his team as he was
in Europe and to coach Courtright'
mnust go the honor of the early
work and fast start made by the
golfers. Returning before the match
with Ohio Trueblood jumped into,
the work and polished off a team
that took second honors in the
Conference and successfully de-
tended its title as dual champion.-

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troit Tigers Win Over Browns
and Advance Themselves
to Sixth Place.

Detroit defeated St. Louis yes-
terday aided by five misplays, anid
thereby vaulted into sixth place,
the Browns descending to seventh.
Wyatt pitched steady ball all the
way, but the game was not decided
until the eighth inning when the
Tigers scored three counters. Alex-
ander's home run in the ninth ac-
counted for still another run.
Cleveland took both ends of a
double bill from Chicago with two
pitchers going the $route. Phila-I
delphia sunk the Boston Red Sox
by an 8 to 5 score, while the Sena-
tors outslugged the Yanks to take
a 10 to 7 verdict.
Dazzy Vance allowed the Giants
but two hits in the best pitched
game of the day, and Pittsburgh1
fell before the attack of St. Louis,
10 to 4. Jakie May pitched Cincin-
nati to a 6 to 2 victory in their
game with the Chicago Cubs. I

TODAY'S GAMES.
Independent Championship Finals.
4:15-Rockets vs. Buckeyes.
Fraternity Semi-Finals.
5:15-Phi Sigma Delta vs. Phi
Chi. Phi Kappa Psi vs. Delta Kap-
pa Epsilon.
TENNIS
Matches in the fraternity tennis
tournament are being speeded upI
now and the cooperation of theI
teams remaining in the tourna-
ment in running off their matches
is strenuously urged. The third
round must be played off and theI
result telephoned to the Intramur-
al Department by Thursday, May 1
29. The winning team will then be
notified whom their next opponent
will be in the quarter-finals. The
quarter-finals must be played off'
by Monday, June 2. The third
round matches are as follows:
Phi Delta Theta vs. Phi Kappa.
Sigma Nu vs. Zeta Psi.
Delta Sigma Phi vs. Alpha Omega.
Psi Upsilon vs. Alpha Tau Omega.
Delta Alpha Epsilon vs. Phi Gam-
ma Delta.
Sigma Chi vs. Phi Sigma Kappa.;
Phi Epsilon Pi vs. Sigma Zeta.
Chi Psi received a bye.
ALPHA OMEGA

ference net circles and should gain
one of the singles victories in the
tournament.
II FLYING
CINDERS
(Continued From Page 6)
Eddie Tolan and Booker Brooks,
Michigan's star coloredduo, lead
in the Wolverine scoring. Brooks
in the discus throw annexed one of
the three firsts won by the victors
and added four more points with
a second in the shot wput. Tolan,
sprint star and holder of the
world's record for the, 100 yard
dash, bowed to Simpson of the
Buckeyes in both the century and
220 yard sprints, taking second in
both events for a total of eight
points.
What was perhaps the big-
gest surprise of the day cafne
when Smyth of Michigan up-
set the dope by defeating some
of the fastest sprinters in the
Conference to place fourth in
the supreme event, the- 100-
yard dash. Jack Campbel,
counted on to place in this
event failed to qualify Friday,
Sbut he took a fourth in the 42,
yard dash.

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FOUR MEN SEEK1
GRIDIRON AWARD
(Special to ii eDuik)
MADISON, Wis., May 26--The list
of candidates for the "W" Club gen-
eral merit football award was boil-
ed down to four men today at a
meeting of the football coaching1
.staff. These men are Gregory Ka-
bat, John Schneller, Joe Linfor, and
Harvey Kranholt. The final de-
cision of the staff will not be made
until after the semester grades are
in.
All four men have been regulart
attendants at spring practice and
have performed well. Schneller has
had perfect attendance both at the
winter practice sessions and thosel
held this spring. Kabat has beenI
in regular attendance during the
outdoor season and was undoubted-
ly the outstanding performer in;
both spring practice games.
Two of the four men play in the
backfield and two are linemen. Ka-'
bat drew favorable attention for
his line play in both spring practice
games. He was a backfield man
but was thrust into the line dur-
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slion to this "near pinnacle" of ath-
letic endeavor marks the end of
Phi Chi's six year monopoly as pro-
fessional fraternity intramural
champions.
N By virtue of the splendid co-op-
eration of its members under the
leadership of A. A. Collins, the or-
ganizer of his fraternity athletical-
ly, it seems that only a complete
reversal of form can stop the A.
3 O.'s march to the championship.
Following is a list of their points
in the various events thus far thisf
year: speed ,ball 70; cross country
50; dual swimming 25; water polo
) 25; wrestling 73; handball 41; bas-
)ketball "A" 63; basketball "B" 57:
volley ball 65; bowling 61; free-
;throw shooting 50; relay 26; indoor
track 40; and swim meet 32.
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Due to the cold weather condi-
tions and a slight wind against the
runners, there were only two rec-
ords broken during the meet. These
were new Conference marks in the
shot put and the pole vault. Sam
Behr, Wisconsin weight star re-
tained his title with a toss of 49
feet 1 1-2 inches, while McDermont
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