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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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13 GOLFER

higan State Open Champion'
Looms as Varsity's Best
Bet in Years.
as. Kocsis, Michigan state open
champion this year, and state
teur champion in 1930, has en-'
i the University this fall and
been appointed captain of the
hman team, it was announced
erday by Coach Thomas True-
:.
>csis, who without much shadow
doubt was the best high school
er in the United States to grad-
this spring, pulled one of the
est upsets in Michigan golf his-
this, season when he beat out
my Armour, British open
npion and one of the greatest
g linksmen, to, annex the state
crown. By next season, when
ill be eligible for Varsity com-
ion, Kocsis should be able to
the Wolverines prior claim to
of the Western Conference
laurels.
further. interest to Maize and
golfers is the announcement
he University golf champion-
s which will be held from
rsday, October 1, to Sunday,
ber 4. Only undergraduates
be eligible to enter this tourna-:
t, when the 36 hole medal play,
on Thursday.
esent plans call for the best
ialifiers to meet for match plays
oles to be played on each of
days. All scoies must be at-
d, with winter golf rules pre-
ag. The tournament rules also
ire that all putts must be run
n, and none must, under any
imstances, be conceded.
o flights will be formed when
est 32 qualifiers have been de-
ined, the championship fiiht

FINAL STANDINGS
.American League
W. L.
Philadelphia ....107 55
New York ....... 94 59
Washington.....92 62
Cleveland ....... 78 76
St. Louis ........63 91
Boston.......... 62 90
Detroit......... 61 93
Chicago ......... 56 97
National League
W. L.
St. Loufis........101 53
New York ....... 87 65
Chicago .........84 70,
Brooklyn........ 79 73:
Pittsburgh......75 79
Philadelphia ..... 66 88
Boston.........64 90
Cincinnati .......58 96

Pct.
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.614
.597:
.506
.409
.408
.396
.366
Pct.
.656
.572
.545
.520
.487
.429
.416
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KIPKE TO DELIVER
ADDRESS TONIGHT
Head Coach Harry Kipke and
Benn'ie Oosterbaan, coach of the
Varsity ends, are scheduled to speak
to the members of Northwestern
High School 'N' club tonight at the
Fisher Y. M. C. A. in D1etroit.
The Michigan Coaches will speak
on various phases of the 1931 foot-
ball team. The prospects for this
year will be reviewed in addition to
a survey of recent football cam-
paigns. The speakers are slated to
turn the spotlight on Michigan's
athletic system and buildings in
their speeches.
Rigid observance of training
rules will be stressed in the
speeches. Good condition among
the players is the first fundamental.
for all gridders.
The Athletics have been called
the tean that won the pennant
with substitutes.

Driven

Athletics' Pitchers

By Yankee Sluggers
Philadelphia Athletics may be the
American League Champios but
New York Yankees pounded the A's
big three, Grove, Earnshaw, and
Walberg, for 20 hits to win the last
game of the season 13 to 1.
As the Yanks were trodding the
A's underfoot the Washington Sen-
ators lost to the Boston Red Sox
4 to 2, giving the Yankees a final
standing of two and one-half games
in the lead for the race of second
place. St. Louis took a double-
header from the White Sox 10 to 8
and 2 to 1. Cleveland trounced De-
troit 8 to 5 in the other American
League game.
Lou Gehrig hit a home run in the
last game of the season to tie Babe
Ruth for the home run honors.

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being made up of the first 16 men,
while the first flight will include
the next 16.
To the 30 low score men will be
given the privilege of playing the
University golf course throughout
the first semester without paying
greens fees. These 30 men will also
make up the Varsity squad.
In addition to the Varsity squad
there will be a freshman squad of
14 men, led by Kocsis, which will
be coached by John Bergelin,
former Varsity captain. It is ex-
pected that the freshmen will meet
the Varsity squad in a match later
this fall.
CHICAGO-Robert Moses Grove
and A. Simmons apparently have
added a pair of jewels to the Phil-
adelphia Athletics' champion crown
in the shape of individual pitching
and batting titles of the American
League.
CROSS COUNTRY
All freshmen interested in
cross coutntry report with equip-
ment at Yost Field House at 4:30
any day this week.
Ken Doherty, Coach.

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