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SIGNED TO COACH
Michigan Ace to End Brilliant
Collegiate Career as Stars
Meet at Stagg Field. ,
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Fi L L UI COTTO
LEA D IIp BRITISH OPEN
PHI SIGMA DELA SETS NEW R]
WITH FOURTH TITLE IN U
Cards to Give
Turn in Fine
Fast Start in Classic.
;an Gets to Lefty' Vellar,
t Misplays Give Game
to Indiana Team.
y Sheldon C. Fullcrton.
cam that kicks the ball to all
of the field can expect to
ywhere in a league as strong
Western Conference. Michi-
)aseball -team' found this out
sorrow yesterday when it
tted six boots, enough to al-
unearned runs to cross the
mnd give Indiana's diamond
ation a 9-5 victory over them
ay on Ferry Field in the final
n clash of. the year for the=
Indiana outhit the Maize
ue, 15 hits to six, but in three
nt innings there would have
o Crimson hits if the Michi
lders had held to to the ball.
Michigan's runs, too, was
ed, but even then the Wolv-
;hold have had-a 5-4 triumph
ey played the sort of base-
pected of a Big Ten team.
igan was not only unfor-
in losing the game, but it
services of Norm Daniels as
robably for the rest of thef
Daniels, in stealing third
. the sixth inning, hit the
an awkward position and in
to jump up too quickly tore
aments in his left knee. He
be helped off the field and
nished the game at second
All-Conference halfback and 1928
winner of the Tribune's most valu-
able trophy, signed as director of
the department of physical educa-
tion and head football and track
coach at La Porte High school, Ind.
Claron Veller, also Indiana star, has
been signed to coach basketball
and baseball. Both Bennett and I
Veller played at Linton, Ind., high
school in their pre-college days.'
Bennett has played pro football at
Portsmouth, O., for the last two
This wok-end will ring down the CARNOUSTIE, Scotland, June 3.
Tswe-nwilig wn T IG-(R)JShny arell, s i ing
curtain on the career of Eddie To- TIGERS -Irihn F arelsi k,
lan as dash king at the University AG1A young Irishman from Mamaroneck,
of Michigan. The National inter- O SENATORS - N. Y., today took the lead among
collegiates at Chicago starting to- _fthe early finishers of the first round
mrowilfind him pitted against GoePthsAltI of the British Open golf chamnpion-
morrow will d hfmspite sttLefty Grove Pitches Athletics ship with a par 72.
he has had to face this season and to Victory Over Sox Playing through a strong wind,
he will be up in front only if he is now at his back, now dead ahead,
in top form. After allowing Washington to get again blowing across the fairway,
M .ichiga' other entries in the away to a two-run lead in the first Farrell went out in a par cracking
Mtchggfiel competiti Rod Coh, inning yesterday, Vic Sorrell settled 33 and staggered home in 39 a Gar-
Ned Trer, Hawle , onCand down and pitched flawless ball, but rison finish on the last three holes
Ned Tuner, Hawly Egleston, and his teammates were unable to get giving him his score.
Jack Campbell, will all be back 'to Burke's fast shoots until the SrznCoeWt 4
again next year, but will. find the't uk' atsot ni h Sarazen Close With 74.
going plenty tough enough to give ninth inning and then for only one Close behind Johnny was his golf-'
temg plenty ofgh eperenceg The tally, enabling the Senators to ing partner Gene Sarazen bot of
contingent is scheduled to leave make it two straight over the Tig- them former United States Open
heretorrowhmorning to omete ers. Burke held the Tigers to three champions, with a 74.
here tomorrow morning to compete- hits while his teammates were col- adnldSih h e h
in the trials in the afternoon. Ed ti s Macdonald Smith, who led the
Russell, captain-elect and star 440 - qualifying field of 109 with two bril-
man, will be unable to compete be- The feature game of the big show liant rounds of 70-71 lapsed just
cause of examination conflicts. was the eleven inning battle be- often enough today to pull him 1
Beat Tolan Last Year. tween Cleveland and Boston. After down to a 75 and third place among
pitching beautifully for eight inn- the early American finishers.
Among the stars who will be ings, Brown, the Cleveland ace It was black magic the natives
pitted against Tolan and Campbell weakened and allowed Boston four whispered, what Johnny did with
is Frank Wykoff who beat the runs, enough to throw the game in- his putter on that outward swing.
Michigan star last week at Phila- to extra innings. Cleveland finally Of the nine holes, seven were scor-
delphia and he is again the favorite emerged the victor, 5-4. ed with one putt.
to cop the event. He took the cen- Lefty Grove and Ted Lyons en- Never in Serious Trouble.
turylastyearin:9 hchisTone'gaged in a pitcher's battle, with the le played easily and unhurriedly
second under the best that Tolan former finally taking the honors across the tricky traps and burns
sprinteren able to do. 100TheTrojan:9 for Philadelphia, 2-1. Grove let the and was never in serious trouble.
twice this season while Tolan h! White Sox down with six hits. Farrell did not hold his lead alone
been unable to reach his former In the other American League for long, Henry Cotton, the 25-
mark game St. Louis defeated New York year-old British pro, coming in
mnl o8-6, while in the National League, with a 72 to match the American's
Peyon Glass Oklaom (Continued on Page 7) (Continued on Page 7)
Peyton Glass of Oklahoma who --
Lineup Changed From Year to
Year as Only One Member
Has Played Four Years.
By Charles Sanford.
Tuesday afternoon an Intramural
record was set that is worthy of
attention and commendation. Phi
Sigma Delta's baseball team recap-
tured the inter-fraternity baseball
championship for the fourth con-
secutive year and at the same time
rung up their 43rd consecutive win
in that sport.
This long string of victories has
not been the result of a seeded
bunch of players retaining the same
lineup from year to year either, for
only one man of the present team,
Newman, who plays center field, has
been on the team from the start.
In fact this year the Phi Sigs
started out without last year's in-
field and catcher, but built up a
new nine that continued to reap
the fruits of victory for the house.
Four new men, Wein, second base,
Kamnis, catcher, who never played
before; Finkle, right field; and Hef-
fer, left field were impressed for
duty and delivered the goods.
The second oldest player is hank
Weiss who played with the nine two
years ago and has pitched the last
two seasons. His work in the box
has contributed no little to tlhe
trophies won in the last two years
for he is hard to hit and has un-
usual control with the soft ball.
The third sacker, Edgert is also
a three-year man, while Sheris, on
first base, played two years ago,
dropped out last year, and has been
on the job this year. He was also
the relief pitcher if needed. Schon-
berg, shortstop is the other two-
year player and completes the line-
up this season.
This showing sets a mark for any
house on the campus to hit at and
is a good example of the interest
that the Intramural Department is
trying to instill in the Greek letter
societies at Michigan. And we'll bet
the cup next year is already leaning
While hundreds of thousands
jostled to get a glimpse of the
horses as they dashed past the win-
ning post of the Derby, Mrs. Em-
ma Clarke sat at her bedroom win-
dow, a "grandstand seat" she has
occupied for the last 26 years.
Cops English Derby
as Cameronian Wmins
EPSOM DOWNS, England, June3.
-(J,--Por the first time in recent
yeas, a favorite showed the way
home in the English Derby as J. A.
Dewar's 'Cameronian, 7 to 1 choice,
t to get back to the errors. In scored over 25 other three-year-olds
frst inning, after Koenig had in the 148th renewal oft the classic
ed with one out, Daniels com- here today.
d the first of the Wolverines' Marshall Field's Jacopo, one of
bobbles, permitting May to the two American representatives,
i first and Koenig to get to finished seventh. William Wood-
id, where he was enabled "to ward's Sir Andrew was twentieth,
through the medium of a far back in the pack as it galloped
s League single and an outfield across the finish line.
defeated Tolan at the Drake relays
is also entered in the Chicago meet,
as is Ed Toppino of Loyola who
placed third last year ahead of the
Michigan sprinter. Swift of Wash-
ington State and Conway of Iowa[
are also enitered in the dashes. TheI
Southern California Trojans are
almost certain of running off with
high point honors.J
1119 South University
Hand Made, Silk
Lined Ties. . ......
Fourth Inning Wild.
the fourth inning a combina-
of three singles, along with a
le of a grounder by Daniels,
:essing up of a single by left-1
-r Braendle, and a wild toss to
r by Mike Diffley, aided the,
son to send three more run-
across the plate.
.ally, in the ninth, with two
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