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May 30, 1931 - Image 6

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Cars Prepared to Start Today in 500-Milec

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E MICHIGAN GOLFERS WHO WILL TRY
man golf TO NOSE OUT ILLINOIS FOR TITLE
Sunday
winners
start at
Coach

Play

in Bergelin,d

Matches cong
Ind Wilcox
Battle,

1 play in the inter-fraternity
tourney failed to be finish-
st night when Alpha Kappa
cla and Phi Beta Delta met.
al length of time spent in
ngles match resulted in its
the only one fully completed
the afternoon.
d and Wilcox battled it out in
ertain manner in this match,'
ng deuces back and forth and
men playing at top form.
took the first 4-6 but Land
back and pushed the secondi
7-5 before he took it for him-
op it off these racquet wield-
n began the third and seem-
have no idea of stopping for
ent' to 9-7 before Land final-
ne out ahead. This delayed
>ubls matches and Angeel-
(A.K.L.) had to stop their
with F ishkou-Cohen while
in a zigzag affair of 4-3.
number one doubles teams
n the second of their match-
.L. winning the first 9-6. Kirk
ldham were the top team
g Goodman and Kronfeld.
ere was interesting; A.K.L.
he first set, Phi Betes the1
wo, then back for two wins
her way, followed by two in
; one apiece, then two A.K.-.
Phi Betes, and finally two

ZOO, PYIC 1ES
Wins Over Engineer Research
and Mathematics Allows
Teams to Remain.
Faculty soft baseball competition
in the double elimination series
continued last night with one game
on each side of the set-up. Among
the winners Zoology defeated En-
gineer Research, 7-4, while on the
loler side Physics romped over
Mathematics to the tune of 12-4.'
In the first contest Zoo did their
scoring every other inning starting
with the third and stopping at the
fifth, tallying two, two, and three
in each attempt. Myer and Veen
Boer as their batteries held their
opponents and get the credit for a"
victory. Canfield and Vincent were
the losing batteries for this game.
Physics' tallies came five in the
third as a starter, three and fouri
in the fourth and sixth to cinch
the contest. Jenkins and Ritz notl
only were the batteries but aided
materially in the scoring. Math.
smacked out three in the third and
the other run in the last of the
sixth, but Peterson and Thompsonj
had to take the losing end of the'
batteries,
It is hoped that the final play-,
offs in this tournament will be com-.
pleted next week although rather
doubtful.
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NOTICE
The University Golf course will
be open to anyone wishing to
use it after 3 o'clock this after-
noon.

Oosterbaan Awards
Baseball Numerals
to Freshman Squad
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan award-
ed fourteen freshman baseball play-
ers with neumerals yesterday. The
total squad numbered around thirty
but only the regulars will receive
the emblems.
Freshmens baseball has a six-
week season starting around Spring
Vacation. The only games allowed
the players are the annual Fresh-
man-Physical Education game, and
practice games with the Reserves
and Varsity. No outside competi-
tion is allowed.
Waterboro, Wistert, and Fish look
like the best bets for Varsity places
next year. The former is a short-
stop while Wistert is a first class
pitcher. Fish scampers around the
hot corner and can play in the out-
field.
Avon Aitz, Ronald Baldwin, Don-
ald Bowers, Donald Feldstein, How-
ard Ferguson, Leslie Fish, Charles
Menefee, Donald Richards, Harry T.
Tillotson, whose award is his third
as he won numerals in football and
basketball too, Herbert Van Nov-
chnys, Stanley Ware, Stanley Wat-
erboro, Louis Westover, and Fran-
cis Wistert complete the list of
numeral winners.
Although defeated in the annual
Freshman-P h y s i c a 1 Educational
game, two Physical Eds were
awarded numerals, Beoger C. Lar-
son and Charles Manimowics.
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan said
that the squad was not an excep-
tionable one but fairly good with
several men who have chances for
the Varsity next season.

E[XPECTI
Annual Indi
Classic to
at 1
They're off!
of more than
ringing in thel
dare-devils wl
chines throug
fLying rounds
i the starter's
o'clock this rr

Witt
spins
early :
and o

These members of the Michigan golf team will endeavor today to
overcome the one point lead taken yesterday by illinois in the first 36
holes of the Big Ten championship being played over the University
course. The men from left to right are Manager Reynolds, Hand, Len-

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festy, Captain Royton, Howard, and
Baseball Scores
AMERiCAN LEAGUE

Coach Trueblood.
Van Bibber Will Coac
at Teachers' College

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MT. PLEASANT, May 29.-(A)_
George Van Bibber, three letter
man from Purdue university, will
succeed A. J. Nowack as head foot-
ball coach at the Central State
Teachers' college, it was announced
today. Nowack has joined the In-
diana university coaching staff.
Clarence Mitchell has pitched for
six big league clubs. He expects to
have his biggest season with the
Giants this year. He won 11 games
last year and once before in 1921 at
Brooklyn.

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Fri-day

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SPECIAL FEATURE

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Sunday Dinner 75c

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