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Cincinnati 000 120

Scores ONTil
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LEAGUE -by Brian Be/I
002 000 5 15 5,


Nine Cinder Athletes to Enter
Intercollegiate Meet This
Week in Chicago.

'5 i

ipliment New
se, Scores



Looking back at the season's ac-
mplishments, Michigan golf fol-
vers have good reason to be proud
the showing made by their rep-
entatives on the fairways.
Entering the Conference meet'
h a record unblemished except
two ties, the Wolverines kept
champion Illinois quartet on
ir toes during the entire 72 holes
play. Full credit m-ust be given to
nois for their showing in the
et. They made very few slips
d played heads up golf through-I

St. Louis 002 010 200 001 6 11 1
Johnson, Strelack, Benton and
Sukeforth; Kaufman, Hallaban.
Rehem and Wilson.
New York .. . 002 000 000 2 4 0
Col. ......... 001 010 01x 3 10 0
Chaplin and O'Ferrell; Dean and

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Visitors Like Course. IJL dULlIUJL L
All of the teams competing at the ---
rniversity course over the weekend Hartz Contends Frame Crossed
xpressed entire satisfaction with
he conduct of the tou-rney, and Finish Line in Better
specially with the course. The Time T'han Winner.
ifficulty of the layout is attested
> by the fact that the winning INDIANAPOLIS, June 1. -(P)-
>tal this year was five strokes Members of the contest board of
igher than in the meet held last the American automobile associa-
ear at Exmoor in Chicago, one of tUi today considered a protest by
he most difficult of the courses in 1arry Hartz of Los Angeles, chal-
he Chicago district. Only five in lengimg the records by which Louis
he field of thirty-four were able Schneider, Indianapolis, was de-
3 break 320, and only Illinois and clard winner of the annual 500-
[ichigan were able to get under mile automobile race here Satur-
ie 1300 mark as a team, with two day.
the teams running very close
..,,, !Sa s Framre W _ I

Old-time. baseball managers who team hacd the bases filled when the
fined players not checking into dignitary decided to leave. Play
their hotels in the early evening was stopped and in came a coach
have had to readjust their sched- wih four horses, plumes on their
ules with the coming of night base- heads. A carpet was placed from
l ball to the minor leagues. the stand to the coach and the offi-
Spencer Abbott, manager of the cial left.
Portland club of the Pacific Coast When the official had departed,
league, who has managed baseball Abbott's batter hit a home run.
teams all over the United States. "There goes your leftenant and
insists that his men be in their ho- his p'umed horses," yelled Spencer
te. rooms two hours after the game. as he waved the runners around the
lie refuses to remain up longer. bases.
ilates "Cheerful Loser" Pans Players Publicly.
"Of course," he said. "in a sched- He has his own ideas of bestow-
ule of 200 ame se games ing praise and criticism on his
be lost, but I want my team to be a I players. Ile does not believe the
tough loser. I hate a cheerful loser, clubhouse privacy is the best place
No one has started to sing "Th Old for either.
Oaken bucket' in the, clubhouse
after losing a hard game and I hope
no one does. R somebody does, it GFl
will be just too bad." pBL TlLF PEN'
At home the Portland manager
relieves his failing pitchers with1
joyous abandon, sending in one af-
ter the other, as long as there is a I
chance to win. .On the road he Tihindlads to Go to N.I. Meet at
gives the pitchers a longer chance .
to get 'out of the hole. Chicago; Elect Captain
He thinks the home town fans at Meeting Today.
are entitled to see a parade of pit- Meh
chei-; when the occasion justifies itigan will be represented by
and the playing talent is available. i possibly five thinelads in the Na-
''he outspoken Spencer formerly tional Intercollegiate to be. held at
managed in t h e International Chicago this Friday and Saturday,
feague and his apparent lack of re- it was stated yesterday by Coach
spec for a high official of the gov- Chuck Hoyt. Entries will be made in
ernment caused him to become very
unpopular for a time in a Canadian the sprints, the hurdles, half-mile,
city. and hammer throw.
The score was tied and Abbott's Eddie Tolan, who was defeated
by Frunk Wykoff by a judges' vote
BASEBALL TEAM which was roundly booed over ati
TO END SEASON j the I. C. A. A. A. A. meet at Phila-
._ delphia last Saturday, will be en-
Indiana Hurling /1ce Will Face I ted in the century along with his
Varsityin Las Game, running mate, Jack Campbell. Both

The collapse of Captain Royston
n the last 36 holes of play was
sappointing to Michigan fans
ho expected him to finish well up
the running. Just a few bad
eaks at the beginning of the final

oaylt 0xa illu VTk"I.
Hartz contends Fred Frame, Los
Angeles, driver of a car entered by
Hartz, beat Schneider to the finish
line. Officials of the Indianapolis
motor speedway said. the records
which have been completely gone
ov le sh wed :=C'lF .Scne deon

(Special to The Daily)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind.. June 1.-
With three members of the Indiana
university track team in their last
meet, the Hoosiers will have nine
crack athletes competing in the
national intercollegiate meet t6 be
held at Chicago Friday and Satur-
day, June 5 and G.
One of the most colorful distance
runners ever to compete under the
Crimson colors is Rodney Leas of
Petersburg who will be racing in his
last collegiate event. Two weeks ago
in the Big Ten meet he turned in
one of his best apeparances to top a
fast field in the mile event. Two
years ago he kwon the indoor con-
ference two mile race. For the past
three years he has been a member
'of the western conference cham-
pionship cross country team and
for the past two years, captain.
Another senior in the national
meet who copped his share of hon-
ors the past three years is James
Hatfield of Washington, Crimson,
hurdler. Last year he was a member
of the U. S. shuttle relay team that
defeated the British Empire team.
In the Big Ten meet this year he
was third in the high hurdles.
The third senior who will enter
the national meet is Walter Koenig
of Cleveland, O., who will take part
in the sprints. He has been an out-
standing dashman and is expected
to make a good showing. The other
entries include the following: Henry
Brocksmith, Freelandville, two mile;
Clifford Watson, Laurel, Mass., two
mile; William Beecher, Linton, pole
vault; Clarence Crouch, Culver,
broad jump; Noble Biddinger, Ben-
tonville, hammer throw and shot
put; and Robert Kemp, Kempton,
mile and two mile.
Phi Sigma Delta Nine
to Meet A.KL. Team
(Continued from Page 6)
edge in this afternoon's struggle.
Pitching for Phi Sigma Delta will
be Weiss, while Symons will under-
take the hurling assignment for
CLEVELAND - Bill Hunnefield,
late Indian shortstop, stepped on
his own toes when he refused to go,
to a minor league club for the team
immediately released him outright.
DETROIT-Local authorities say
that ping pong threatens to replace
indoor golf around the auto city.
Already one of the baby courses has
been replaced by this sport.


ay's play unnerved him to such an peted the 500 miles 59 seconds
xtent that he was unable to gethFp
)ak in his stride. His puttingahdofra.
troke left him completely and on W. D. Edenburn, Detroit, chiefj
wo or three holes in the morning steward of the contest board, said!
e missed putts of less than 18 a recheck of the records will be
aches. Through the greens he Iade. 3e planned to confer with
layed flawlessly. A. C. Pilsbury, Los Angelesao
Lkys . a steward, and Chester Ricker, di-
rector of timing and scoring.
The consistency which has mark- Ather Protests Made.
d the play of the Wolverines for Other protests Mhe
he geate pat oftheyearwas Other protests before the board
oticeablyelacking. Hand who had included one by Louis Meyer, South
een going through a period of ex-- Gate, Calif., that he finished third
minations was in poor mental in Myron Stevens car istead of
ondition for such a nerve-wrack- fourth, where the official records
d tplaced him sixteen seconds behind
g grind but despit thishondic h Ralph Hepburn of Los Angeles, and
nal 36 holes. His 78 in the final another by Phil "Red" Schafer, Ds
n d wash e. tHs 7 ird lo et score M oines, Ia., against the officials'
und was the third lowest score action in forcing him to the pit for
conference on complaint he passed
Lenfesty breezed around in 77 in a competitor in violation of rules
ae moining to put the Wolverines while the racers were slowed down
ack in the running, while Howard during the rain which interrupted
dded an 82-81 to his first day's the race.
>tal. His physical condition was _
t the best, this being the first Phi eta Delta Wins
me all year that he had attempt- .PiB at 1
I so much golf in such little time. Fraternity Court Cup
danager Harris May Phi Beta Delta finally won the
G i fr Ginter-fraternity tennis champion-
Go in for Gehringer ship from Alpha Kappa Lambda in
the second day of play, yesterday,
2-1. Their number - one doubles
(Voimtinued 'from Page 6) team, Goodman and -Kronfeld did
i the proceedings. the work by defeating Kirk and
The Tigers are now starting their Oldham, 6-8, 6-2, 11-9.
rst invasion of the east, with a Play had stopped the other day
pattered infield and a weak catch- with A.K.L. ahead and the Phi
g staff, but a strong outfield and Betes, 4-2, on the second set. Two
group of pitchers that are doing more games took this but a long
ieir level best to pull the team out battle was necessary before a vic-
the rut. Undoubtedly it would be tory could be chalked up in the
stronger team with Harris at sec- third set, the score running back
id than with Koenig there, and it and forth in a seemingly endless
.ay not be many days now before manner until the winners triumped.
ie former keystone flash of the The number two doubles match
'ashington club will be back in went to Alpha Kappa Lambda with
,miliar territory in a similar posi- no trouble at all, score being -4,
on for the team he is now moan-6-3. Angell and Symon were the
ding. victors over the opposing team of
EVANSTON-Pug Renter, North- Fushkou and Cohen. This match
estern football star, has recovered wasn't enough, however.
om his injury sustained lass nea- red Berger, brother of Wally of
n and looked great during spring
id practice. The Willdcat team thea uaaves, is starring with the
ll expect him to gain many yardsi ortland club and Tom Turnerbe-
r them next year. lieves he can sell him for $50,000.

Tommie Mack Tutoring Agency,
310 So. State St. Phone 7927
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9087.
G r a p h i n g. Moderate Rates.
Prompt Service. . D. Morrill.
314 S. State S.
TYPEWRITERS-All makes sold,
rented, exchanged, repaired. .
D. Morrill, 314 S. State St. Phone
CALLING CARDS-100 with en-
graved . copper plate $2.50 up
100 printed from old plate $1.75.
Best quality workmanship. O. D.
Morrill, 314 S. State St.
PHYSICIAN and family (3 adults)
would be glad to take over and
care for small home during sum-
mer. Apply Box No. 177, Michigan
Daily. 512
WILL sublet Forest Plaza apart-
ment for summer session accom-
modates two or three people. Re-
duced price. Call 3780. 123456I

SMALL FAMILY driving to I
Angeles by Yellowstone. room :
one. Phone 3212. 1234
FOR RENT - For summer--Ft
nished five room home, south.
section. Phone 9446.
Roomy, nicely furnished, ne
campus, reasonable rent. 1115
University. Phone 7561.
FOR RENT-Seven-room furnish
house for summer and next ye
Newly painted and - decorat
modern conveniences. 923 G ree
wood Ave. Phone 7019.
MR. INSTRUCTOR-Here's your o
portunity to buy splendid sevc
room house, large lot, gara
S. E. $5,500 with terms. Pho
owner 6700.
FOR SALE-Three Spaulding Wo
Golf clubs, matched set, chew
Phone 7217 at 12 or 6 o'clock,
FOR SALE-Reasonable! A sev
room summer home in the v
lage of Pentwater, Michigan, co
ner lot, conveniently located
the business section, also to La
Michigan. E. B. Clark, 50c Stre
Dexter, Mich.
LOST-The wrist watch taken fri
the women's toilet in the Libra
Wednesday, May 27 belonged
my dead sister. I will gladly p
for its return to Graduate Rea
ing Room. 1 in the Library, a
ask no questoins.. H. Scranti
LOST-Spectacles, , corner Sou
and East University, at 11 p.
Thursday. Finder call 764F11.
LOST - Sunday night betwe
Canoe Livery and M. C. trac
a gold watch, chain, knife a
charm. Finder please call L
Freeman, 4970. Reward.
LOST-Brown leather note bo
containing semester's notes.
found, please call Williams

(Continued from Page 6)
1931 baseball campaign at Michi-
Gus Kicgler, who along with Vern
Compton has been sharing the bulk
of the pitching duties this year,
will in all probability get the call
to the box against Indiana. Kiegler
has been a member of the Wolver-
me mound staff for the past three
years, but heretofore he has been
of little service to the Michigan
mentor, this season, however, he
found his game and has been com-
ing through in fine style. In the
games he has hurled this spring
he has turned in some remarkable
performances, silencing the guns of
some of the hardest batsmen of
the Conference and other collegiate
Veller is practically the entire
Indiana team as it is his pitching
arm which has carried the Hoosiers
along this spring. In the earlier en-
counter with the Wolves, the In-
diana ace sent eleven batsmen
down the strikeout route, and in
nearly every turn on the mound
this season he has hung close to a
dozen strikeouts.
Should Vern Compton get the
call over Kiegler it will also mark
the close of his Big Ten pitching
Summer Work
Mr. Hawkins f Detroit
and Windsor will see stu-
dents Tuesday who. wish
work in the Great Lakes
Region. Call 3 to 9 at 302
Michigan Union.

of itese entries will probably run
the 220 also.
Turner will be the Michigan en-
try in the 880 with Rod Cox getting
an opportunity for more experience
in the hammer. It is not certain
that Hawley Egleston will be able
to make the trip because of exam
conflicts, but if he can get away hie
will run his favorite hurdle events.
Otheri entries have also had to be
called off owing to the proximity of
the examination period.
The new captain for the Varsity
track squad for next year will be I
named at a meeting of the letter-
winners today when their picture
will be taken. Ed Russell, Jack
Campbell and Harmon Wolfe are
among the outstanding candidates.

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CHICAGO, June 1.-(R)-L o u i s
hneider, the Indianapolis ex-
otorcycle policeman, who jump-
- into fame Saturday by winning
e 500-mile automobile race, plans
start his dirt track campaign at
.e Roby speedway, just outside
icago next -Saturday.
Schneider indicated today he
>uld compete in the 100-mile race
ong with other drivers who, trail-
him home in the Indianapolis

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