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T V& ASS,.MAY D., 1930



IRV STQN SR } ORES_ __ __ _ __ __ __U Hard-Foaught Contest'
(Continuca from Page 1 First Inning1 right Berwnger forced Cochrane (y Asocitd Press)
ew( Cincinnati: Daniels threw out! at second, Murphy struck out. No' LOS ANGE3LES, May 28. - Dave
stpon b yrn ndNesGo oe yCochrane. Whiter fouled to runs, no hits no errors 'iaae, Concord, Calif, veteran, to-1
____Doran. HudsonandBerwangerpoppedto;
AwrsLtesThe summaries: i uso ndBrane ppedt ichigan: Suerko was safe c', . daya was believed assured of anoth-
Six Goe~la.AarsLfersICHIGAN i INDEPENDENT TEAM FINALS. D;aniels. No runs, no hits, no errors.: Fleig's error. Tompkins hit through 1e engagement with Mickey Walk-i
to, arstyABNo0xeERlinlsasnaoatiitesfoste'Michigan: Butler singled through! second sending Suerko to scxond. er
forStela WoklBtlr, A......41 !0 1inpent enonalatvte campus jthe box. Superko sacrificed and' Hudson doubled to center scoring er, mdeweight champion, follow-
.-orSela WrkKBur, ro .......4 1 0 . 01'idpnetmnothca us was safe on Fleig's error, Butler uperko and putting Tompkins on ing his defeat here last night of Ace'
SESN sSCCSFU uopkins,31f. 0 .2, 1U 2 extending from January to June, !going, to second. Superko went to0 third. Straub drew a base n balls.; Hudkin , Nebraska Wildcat.
___Hdonlb....6311102cinfrtate; the Buckeyes wi- seond and Butler to third n the Myron sacrificed to short center Athecnlsoof1rudso
Joseph Royston; veteran member '9Straub f. ... ,...5 1 00 U0 2'nn !rtpae;teMaonscrplay. tmpkindSutrpedk. t d o u edcoring ompkines ruwassfi staybteigSaeshn a
of, Micnaigans golf team that fin-I Myron, ss.......4 2 2 5 1 4 ond; Kansas City, third; and the'' songBteanSpro.Iu-fldtoFig Dnes was safe eady batering hade'seandowa
.sishd second to Illinois in the Con-' Truskowski, c. ..4 2 4: 0 0 1, Actuaries, fourth, o a aeo ewnes o. and went to second on Whiter',5 raised by the referee. The Califor-
f~ec etls ek a enDnes b... )Thirty-seven groups were repre- Hudson then stol second and error, Hudson scoring from second. !nian was given five rounds, Hud-
choen to catlaint wehe asyea oan, bp ...20 40 100 0 0 srented in the various events the ;Tompkins stole home. leirtook, ill batted for Holtzman and walk-; kins one, and four were even.
fo h 91 sao. P~ytn hs M naup.....0 0 1 0 0 0, winners, being as follows: basket- Straub's high fly. _Myron sn le Cd. Butler forced Bill. Three rns meHu n o suce sa wich fsor the
" bfo .r 13 egu a smemberofstoh aWol- Hill.. . . . . . 0 0 0 0 U 0 ball, Rockets; volley ball, Chinese ito short sending Il hcson to third.! two hits, twio crrors. nenH o ud n clo sd ahieceaor t -
tverine linksmen for, the past twoj McCormick; rf. . .1 0 0 0 0 0' tdns"";bo8nRabesrskwk igedoe eodiit nig
Lagn f ... .handball, Cachets; track, Maroons; scrn tdo n td y'!Cicnai otger oody Shade, fighting his 41st bout.
.,yea. D'n......~~0~0&relays, Kansas City; horse shoes.; ron to. second. Altmir took, Dan-,Cinchlinat Montgu repacd I1he victor retaliated with a steady
At the same time tatRoyton s 1Duck , ....oa~ 1Maroom; tennis, Maroons; and "els e op fy. Hlz an owaikd,,filib ertmninte o.Muth wentIbarg o et as
elctonwananoncdCoca teaass.Bule0 ls0wlkd+or-out, Hudson to Montague. sanFnleiocg sf bl oces The Wildcat was warned against
Truebloo issued he namesof the r~lbasaWith..in.t0amura.ls atMichigan;WithgiinamMyron.t SicpiankmggrnMunded utorkopped todeDaniels.pedWestDnrean.losteblowsowatlleast lsix s times.s.Shade
sfr men who were awarded letters, eloraie adutr odo hird. Five rus fur t is, wo aked. Altmier hit to short, No~md opoetaantHdis
To as . . . .4 5 2f 1 5 runs, no hits, no errors. i actions.
forleterwokin esndes, i ad-Batted for Hltzman in.ffth. fiiating the season has been one;eros
ofuusafscesbohfomte eonrnn .Michigan: Distler went in to _________
tion to Royston, Arthur Ahlstrom, t;INU1NNIA'TL students' and the department's.Cnint: Dnestrwotctc o icnai uek le CALCUTTA-The po o h
Jarvis Hicks, John Howard, Jack TB EO P AO R stnpit( Murphy. Muth singled through out to center field. Tompkins foul- Calcutta sweepstakes at Epsom l
Lenfesty, and Richard Livingston.: Cochrane; cf; ...107001_________ the box. leig forced Muth at see- ed to Fleig. rHu~dson sent a high Downs on June 4 totals aproxi-
~oso ossetGle. Whitker, ss.. .3 0 2 1 1 0I FACULTY B4ASEBAL STANDINGS. nd. Superko threw Out Wester- fly to right fild. No runs, no hits, mately four and one half millions
ThBWlernewang-eec asM rph, 2b .4 0 1 1 2 01 W L Pt man. No runs, one hit, no errors. ' noero's. ;of dollars. The first pr'ze will thus
The.W.le.i.e.ap.a..ele.t.....Mup.y.............4 0 2.0 0 0' Chemistry.......5 0 1.000' Michigan: Tompkins sinled Seventh Inning, amount to9bu$1,40000, and
a- consistent golfer for a num- ! Muth, 3b.....4 2. 0 0 1 0~ Chemistry Stores......,, ,4 2 .66 Hudson singled to right field send- Cincinnati. Rooff fanned' and I this, accrdn to custom will be
scaro es, t ursnng in thyie Fdua l b:.., ,..4 0&. 0I2 O n.Research. .......3...2 60001ing Tompkins to third. StraubCochrane walked. Whitker hit into dvie dnd into thre first prizes of'
Wire thi seaon i thedualWesterman, If. .. 30 1 0 0 0:1 Physics. ............... 2 4 .333! forced Hudson at second, TompkinsI a double play, Daniels to Myron to $645,000 each.
maatches with Conference oppon- Altmier, c........4' 1 4 0' 0 11 Army-Eng ... ...... ....1 4 200! coring n the play. Straub stoleI Hudson. No runs, no hits, no errors.
ens ehisoiial rmRogoffp........ 2 0 1 2 0 0~ Geology -History .....03 .000' seond. Myron walked. Truskowski ihiaiStabbetot a hit 1WNE opno otu
]Rtsbrg, hee e hs tare, 'o irst, Myron singledoe hr Yellowstone, Yosemite, Ls An-
over manyh, wheheedihasctarseds'Kunz............ 1 0 0 0 0 0 TdysGns sacrificed to right field. Rogfftofr
5:.5-Pyscs s. rm~ng., e-I blkd alowngStrub o cor !sending Straub to third. Truskow- geles, etc. Tray cheaply in
otava ve a ofte d iffticualt rse s515Ph si s.arm en gG- ble alo ig tru toki w kd filling the bases. Dan- brand new roadster. Write Papp,
t~athv ae ainlrpt- Totals........30 3 24' 5 6 2; ology-History vs. Eig. Research, and sending Myron to second. Br- siwle 33Mridl eri.241
tsous that city. During thetus'Bte for Rogoff in ninth. Chemistry vs. Chexistry Stores, wanger fumbled Daniels' grounder otgead gnbte
tliat he has played over these __________alwnIyo osoeDnesfrMnau n ruddott 9303 Martindale, Detroit. 234612 f
eare ehsturned in-many ox- Cincinnati ..,......002 000 000-j taking second. Hioltzman fanned. first uperko was out Whitker to I
oo*1urtse he hs ihia .....5423 011 Ten Tennis Teamls Three i us, two hits, one error. ii.1w us he ~tn r
oelligntTsoores. Michiree.hi..,.n530r23002Tonigh5
Michigan's dual meet season was; lidIii as Three: base hits, Tompkins; two to Play in Title Meet' Thirdtl Inning. i
distinct success, in spite of thej base hits, Hudson, Truskowski; ____'Ei~'' nig
Cincinnati: Atmnier singled o er j Cnint:Tmkn ok h n vr hrdyoe
;fact that matches were lost to~i double plays, Daniels to Myron to (iCotinued'From Page 6) i second Rog oft' popped to short.'boxforc ihigaomn. D okathe-atiovryThrsalovr
Nvthtwestern and Illinois. The Husn-aks-oof src u I Cochrane walked. Whiter also IbxfrMcia.Dcmnr ;
Wolvrin tea wa copose1 ,'- Ntioal Broadcastinl1
motl f opoorstht a n udon alsRgof srukouStagg as the teams two mainstays, wleDnil osdou 8r i larplackwk ehDniels at.c
mWs ofpoolvrne tatwasdcom oedHoltzman 2, Montague, Tomnpkins, j must also be included among the pakd ail ose u Br ilaeplkoakc e hinathelsbat.c-Company Blue Network 1
Rogoff 2.emstahv acacet Itkvaner, Altmier scoring. Murphyi dcl.DawetifrMynatdecfomNwY k
previous Conference experience,' temshathaveacanctoakegy
and under the circumstances their the title. In the dual meet against was safe on Myrons low throw to M on.Mcorn c went in orionht
play was all that could be expect-' BROWNS GAIN 4 '2 the Wolverines the Chicao team, first, Cochrane scoring. Mu hor.M~rikwn na ih
°'field and Langen at center. Ber- TW AM U
Cd VNO E IE Sthrough its excellent play, brought; struck out. Two runs, one hit,one wnger grounded out. )Murphy went'
". Wolves Suffer Two Losses. - the scare to four apiece, before the Michigan:asarwangursthrewuout'ea
Michigan took the four first Con-~ In the junior circuit, the Tigers latMcin doubles combination;Bte.Spek opdt Whit- out a bunt. Doran fumbled Fleig's
ference matches on its schedule,! lost a 4-2 decision to St. Louis. The' could come through with the vic-grndrbtecveditohowT ein n
defeating Purdue, 14-4, downing i Chicago Cubs, mourning the unex- ltory that cinched the arnmatch. a al-,e.i Tdompklietonhtr orughsfirst.'ut Muth at 'third. No runs, one
OaahatyersiaonoatanHSsnfieaotetr.Ner,,on it n err
Oi Stt,13-5, whitewashing' pcted loss of Hal Carlson one of ma utsm 'r i hi i n ro.% r
Objcg,18-0, and trouncing Wis- !their, leading. petchers who died'lomyct oefgrFi h~t ors Mcigan Tompkins fled to cen-
cni, 13-5, before losing their! very suddenly yesterday, eked out'fnlotmefth Cnerce Cincinnati: Flieg grounded to nde ln.Ccrn okSru'
foursh meing. terrHudsontingledaalngdthemfrst.and uyyour
fis et otw tr andaa 6-5 win-over the Cincinnati Reds.fmeet.
cto 17 ictoy oer te Wl- ush nd alon pichedforthe Joe Hratz, Iowa number one! short. Holtzman struck out West- :high fly. Doran was out Rogoff to'
v en when thaz'adBu Cb hl Fe npIoptiledmarethe two leading ontendersimer. No runs, no hits, no errors. I h a li. N i s nhnitnos
izig 20 consecutive ig Ten wins. !only other game paeBostonfoIow wetrat hleaser the emataldM yroignws aflwef Mth! ininnti Wdsema fDle t
Illinois concluded the dual melt downed the Phillies by a score of wl ne1a es nera h thed.rewwd on sfrst. n uh.itrfle oLne,.
season by trouncing the Michigan 15-1. ; may be expected to be among the theiiet a is.Tusowskiun Li and Kunz, batting for Rogoff, fan-'HT O i
teamn 14 1-2 to3l1-2: _1edr nteQnfrneme. duldtocnesoigMrn ned. No runs, no hits, no errors.
AM11ERCICAN. LEAGUE. ihsnigan'smcanes lie largely in 1Daniels singled scoring gTruskowski. I-_______
Unvriy HgDaksIetroit...200 00 000. 2 6 3 f lay of the doubles comnbinationsIlr' runeTfrte hraot1r vi'iyof 3Michigantreivted
Seon Pac n Mt I 0has been steadily improvr!. Tw r' uns, tawo hits, oe terror.otUisitytoflasthyean theReived
ZlcntSt. Louis . ... 001 00012- 4. 9. FithInin.ns'tr .,ucindersthyeaorfice R of the1esR
Whitehill and Hargraves- Ste- throughout the entire season. Ham-T.Cudrteofcsof h1f
."U "Iniveroity Hig1 i 4ok second place w iart and Ferrell. mr Beal, and Brace are the chief Cincinnati. Rogoff and Cochrane United States Army stationed at!
in the first annual Huron League: ; threats for the Wolverines, both walked. Whitker flied to short i Ann~ Arbo., 322324 South Main Street-
w o . nl F el a n v l ho d o l u sd y o p t ti n b t e n the . B oston-Philadelphia, cold w eath - t l -______91i1aliilllll t~ltillillllllli111II1111111111i i
eight schools entered proved to bej rahnt-NwYkrin--
Avery close with Roosevelt High of Wahigto-e ok an
' "'psilnti osin outUnivcity Chicago-Cleveland, rain
'Iigh for first place 35 to -32. The !
elay decided the result, Ypsi heT-,JATONL EAUe
ing the quartet from Ann Arbor by I R H E -
: a scant foot to win the competition. Philadelphia ..10000010- 1 6 21-
.Red Howell of University high was Boto...11 0120-5
xhigh point man with a first in the Collins, Alexander and McCurdy;
,8180 and a second in the broad jump. Seibold and Spohrer._
WASHINGTON-The ban against' New York-Brooklyn, rain.-
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'enable each state to decide for it- I Frey, Kolp and Gooch; lushi,
self whether such films are to be1 Malone and Elartnet.
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