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BY~ VADSITY TEAMS
Wolverif es Win Championships
in Outdoor Track and I
Dual Tennis Meet.
FINISH SECOND IN GOLF
Athletic competition for the 1929-
.0 season has practically drawn to
a close for the wearers of the
11aizc and Blue, and the spring
season concludes with two more
Big Ten championships reposing
in the lair of the Wolverines. While
the Michigan thinclads were tri-
umphant in the all-Conference
meet at Dyche Stadium, Evanston,
the Varsity netmen were downing
the Maroons in the final and de-
cisive meet on the tennis schedule.
Outstanding among the achieve-
ments of the Wolverines in the
field of sport this year has been
thc annexation of the Western
Conference outdoor track and field
title by the Farrell-coached aggre-
gation of tracksters. The veteran
mentor who is retiring this month'
coached his men to win the track
title for the sixth time since he as-,
sumed his duties on2the Michigan
athletic staff in 1912.
Score at Harvard.'
In addition to winning the Con-
ference title, the Wolverine track-
sters were represented by six men.
at the I. C. A. A. A. A. meet last'
week-epd at Harvard. Against thei
finest competition in the country
this Michigan sextet scored a total;
of 14 points to gain fourth place
in the biggest college meet of the!
year.
Coach Ray Courtright's tennis
team came in for the second of the.
two first honors going to the Wol-E
verines, when they swept through
a series of difficult meets to con-r
clude with but one loss to mar;
their otherwise perfect record in i
dual meet competiton.
Lose to Northwestern. I
Early in the season the Wolver-
ines dropped a hard fought net1E
meet when the Wildcats invaded(t
the den of the Wolves to walk away!
with a 5-4 victory. But even witha
this setback the team's showing
was good enough to win the Con-
ference dual meet title for them, f
their list 'of victories over Big TenfA
opponents totaling six.
Opening the diamond season t
with a rather disastrous spring w
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DOEG INSOVER ' NEW flfPTCHE NEWST T
VAN"RYN EASILY N
(!Iyv .socia'd Press) "".II L""J , t: u,'
John Doeg, of Santa Monica, Cal., Michigan Sextet Popular With
third in the national rankings, de-Mxpih;
feated John Van Ryn, of East ' Fans at I.C.A.A.A.A. Meet;
Orange, ranked sixth, 6-3, 6-3 6-2, ykoff Beats Tolan. :
in the final round of the Orange . F EA S A
Lawn Tennis club's invitation tou:- F EL A EAM
nament today.
nament:today... CoachC$:. x Steve Farrell was free with
Van Ryn proved no match for the his s praise of the W erines that
California youngster today. Doeg's took fourth place in the I. C.-4A.
famous serve was functioning per- meet last Saturday. The veteran{ so
fectly, his chop strokes found their mentor said, "My boys showed up
target with unerring accuracy and very well and took all the pointsj
he loomed all over the net.1 ::thtcudb e
In an exhibition, Frz Mruz cl~' ta ol b xetcifo h
ccurlassiest feld of atletes that I hv
of Harrisburg, teamed with J. Gil- ever seen in tne course of my ca- I
bert Hall, of Orange, to defeat! ' reer." Farrell wont further to say .
Lewis N. White and Berkeley Bell .hat the East was more chn pleas-
of Austin, Tex., n an 'exciting ed to see a Michigan team comn
match, 6-2, 3-6, 6-3, 3-6, 13-11. peting after 11 years of abstinence
from the biggest meet of the east.
:.::>::;::Fans Cheer Squad.:
As the Michigan squad came on
the field before more than 20,000 Mark Koenig,
Veteran hurler who comes to the track fans they received a great Former Yankee shortstop, who {
etern rlhe Nw coes t b t hand and throughout the meet { will join the Tigers today as a re-
Tl U 0 Tigers from the New York club1 an
along with Koenig. Hoyt is one of the Wolves were cheered at every1 sult of the trade that sent Rice,
Sfl0LrU the best pitchers in h mrn accomplishment. Eddie Tolan's Carroll, and Westling to the New
League.I race against Wykof was the mnostYork club.
Both lubs Unbeaten in Week's eahighly advertised event on the!
faa n a s Ieaus jIcard and esenfans 'seemed Upset
Play in Major Leagues; 'RU and Wison Tied favor the little Negro from MichP
Detroit Improves. for Home Run Honors igan. in Hard Hitting Game
__rs)I In every event the Wolverines'
NE.W YORK, June 2.--The Phila_ Babe Ruth and Hack Wilson, were at their best, but the class of Only one game was scheduled
delphia Athletics, climbing the up- home run sluggers extraordinary of competition was so much better yesterday in the two major leagues,
ward road to another tie for the the New York Yankees and Chi- this year that marks that would a htnuid
lead in the American league, was cago Cubs, continue to set the pace win in the Conference hardly quali- and this, together with an exhibi-
the outstanding club in the major for circuit smashes in the big fled in the I. C.-4A. races. Campbell dr
eague performances of last week leagues, each of the players hay- with a throw of 167 feet 9 1-2 tion game, were the only contests
leaue piephormadesofstareekm'ing batted out 16 blows that were nches broke the Big Ten record played by the big-leaguers. The
of its honors with the hitherto good for a trip around the. bases. and placed only second in this St. Louis Cardinals were nosed out
huumble Boston Braves. Berger and Klein are staging a event. Brooks, the Wolverine discus j by a late rally on the part of the
The Athletics won seven succes- close race for third place. hurler, tossed the platter better Phillies in the scheduled tilt. Phil- I
give games through the week, but NATIONAL LEAGVE. than 150 feet which should win any adelphia won by scoring five runs
Boston, delayed for some time by Wilson, Chicago...............16 Big Ten meet, but was only good in the seventh and eight innings,
ain, also had a perfect record, win- I Berger, Boston .................14 enough to take fifth. Pottle's vault overcoming an earlier lead which
ning four straight. The second Klein, Philadelphia .............13 of 13 feet which placed second was the Mound City team had taken.
place teams in the two leagues had Herman, Brooklyn .............12 not as high as he is capable of and Hallahan, Haid and Bell were
dentical records. The Brooklyn Ott, New York ......... . ....... 9 at the National meet he should do shelled by the Phillies' heavy guns
Robins and Detroit Tigers each Bissonette, Brooklyn .......... . much better. for a grand total of 15 hits.
won five games and lost two. Chi- Terry, New York ...............8 Wykoff Passes Tolan. The Athletics took an exhibition
cago and Cincinnati followed! Hafey, St. Louis................8 It has been thught that Tolan game from the Pirates by an 8 to
Brooklyn in the National league Jackson, New York .... .. .. ... .61 could beat any sprinter that he 2 score. The American leaguers
Yable, each winning f our games, Lathcote, Chicago............6 was even with 50 yards from the pounded out 14 hits for eight runs
ut with three defeats for the Reds AMERICAN LEAGUE. tape, but he led the field until the while Shores was holding the Cor-
nd two for the Cubs. Cleveland Ruth, New York..............16 last 40 yards and then lost to sairs to six hits and one run.
with five games won and three lost, G'ehrig, New York..............1.W.k.f...I._._
nd the New York Yankees, with Foxx, Philadelphia ....... .....11 NATIONAL LEAGUE.
four and three, completed the Simmons, Philadelphia.........9 NOTICE. R H ;E
American league's list of clubs Morgan, Cleveland.............7 Varsity track picture will be St. Louis .. . .400 020 000- 6 10 1
vhich bettered a .500 average for Jolley, Chicago ..................I7 taken at 12:15 o'clock today at Philadelphia 000 220 32*'- 9 15 1;
he week. The Boston Red Sox Reynolds, Chicago .............7 the Rentschler Studios. Please
ere the only team that failed to Alexander, Detroit.............6 bring track shoes and suit Exhibition Game R H E
vin a game. Gehringer, Detroit .............6 Milton G. Kentrick, Mgr. !Pit. (Nat.) . .000 200 000-- 2 6 1

COMPTI HTION
TLTSTVCFORYItt cag FORTITLE
TOKYO, June 2.-Walter lagen,
vinner of more British golf champ- He fn Wills Moody Also Wins
ionships than any other American. n Annual French Hard
said he was "highly edated" at i nulFec Hr
Bobby Jones' victory in the British Court Net Finals.
ainateur championship at SL. An-
drews, Scotland yesterday.I T I, Fraenr
"I am tremendously plea ed thatAUTEUIL, France, June 2--Henri
Bobby finally crashed through ncd Cochet, the one-time ball boy of
rounded out a collection ot c ow-s ILyons, and Helen Wills Moody, of
such as no other golfer has ever California, once more have dem-
acquired," he said.
"The victory is no surprise. He onstrated their right to rule the
undoubtedly is the greatest golfer world's singles tennis players.
in the field. It was his previous fail- Cochet, beating back the chal-
ures to win the British amateur lenge of America's veteran, Big
that makes it more surprising. Bill Tilden, yesterday won the
Hagen, who has been playing in' French international hard court
exhibitions here, has been chafing men's singles crown for the third
fr the past week at Tokio news- __
papers' meager dispatches." I (Continued on Page '7)

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