WE~DNESDAY, JUNhE 1, 1932
THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE HE
ANNOUVNCE NET AWARDS; JOLL Y IS GOLF CA]
SIX NETTERS WJIN
Seven Secondary Awards Given
to Jayvee Tennis Squad
by Coach Johnstone.
Five members of thc University
of Michigan tennis team who have
played their last matches for the
Mtaize and Blue and one junior
were awarded "M's" yesterday by
the athletic board in recognition
fo. their work for this season.
At the same time, seven players
who failed to make the Varsity and
who played a stiff schedule as the
"B" team were given secondary
awards on the recommendation of
Coach John Johnstone.
Captain Colby Ryan, who is a
junior in the Business Adminis-
tration School, but has played his
final year on the tennis team, has
been one of the most consistent
performers this season. Most not-
able of his victories was a win over
Dodge of Northwestern, one of the
best in, the Big Ten.
Johnny Reindel, who played at
number three, is one of the most
improved men, on the squad, his
near victory over Carl Dennison of
Ohio State in the conference cham-
pionships climaxing a br'illiant
year. Bob Clarke, playing at num-'
ber two ranking position, has been
a consistent point winner this sea-
Dick Snell, the fourth member of,
the team which played against
conference opponents, will be the
only one of the regular netmen who
will return to Michigan tennis next
year. Rollin Clark and Han'k Pen-
dell, although they failed to get
into the conference matches, aided
,materially in the games with the
several opponents outside the Big
Complete ]ist of "M" and Second-
ary awards follows :If
AFTER BILLY ARNOLD'S
NAMVED AS LEADER
Wolverines Turn in Good Record
for Past Season; Hold
Big Ten Title.
Alexander H. Jolly, '33E, of Men-
omninee, Michigan, was elected to
captain Michigan's varsity golf
teami for the 1UT3 season. An-
noumeement. Of the captaincy came
last" night f~oin Coch rflueblood of
the M--i7,e and B' i_:: Mnksmen.
For the past two years the new
captain-elect has played a ccn-
sistent game of golf on the varsity,
and during the past season hie
played at numbers two, three, and
four on the Wolverine outfit during
the course of the season, proving
an important factor both in the
dual competition as well as in the1
victory scored in the Big Ten con-
Looking back on a highly suc-
cessful season, the links team is to
'lose three important men by grad-
uation. They are Captain John
Lenfesty, John Howard, and Eu-
gene Hand. Whether these three
places can be successfully filled is
next year's problem.
Michigan's team this year startl.-
ed the conference by winning the
championship with a team total
of 1243 strokes. Last year's title-
winners scored forty-five strokes
higher with a 1293.
I A disastrous defeat in the dual
season was suffered at the hands
of Ohio State, but later statistics
explain this seeming debacle. The
match was played in Columbus, and
it is significant to note that two
teams, defeated by the Buckeyes
on their home course, turned and
defeated the latter in the confer-
(Iy the Associated IPress)
Crashing tiirough U1c et*ainin wall at the 15-nile mark of the Memorial day classic, Billy Arnold
narrowly escaped death. The remains of his r'acer are p~icturedl above. Arnold was leading the field with an
average of about 114 miles per hour when the accident occurred,.lie suffered a broken collar bone.
Fred Frame, Los AnI~gles, who
piloted a Miller-Hlartz special to
victory iii the Indianaplis classic
this year by registering a speedl of
104.144 m.p.h. over the 500-mile
course for a new record.
TIGERS WASHED OUT BUT CONTINUE t Sigma Nui Wins Ball
IN SECOND;, CARDINALS, BRAVES WIN Title From Phi Psi
Washinigton Beats Philadelphia NA11TIONAL L EA9GUE I With Good Harlin
! as 1'anush, Cronin, and 1
Reynolds Get Homers.
The Detroit Tigers continued to
flaunt their second place position
in the face of the Washing~ton Son-
St, Louis .....000 010 000--- 1
Rollin W. Clark, '32E, Pontiac,
Robert W. Clarke, '32, Chicago, Wil-
liam H. Pendell, Jr., '32, Saginaw,
John Da. Reindel, '32, ]Detroit, E. Col-
bert Ryan,,.'33BAd, Grand Rapids,
and Richard E. Snell, '33,. Utica, N.
Joseph E. Appelt, '33A, Grand Ra-
pids, Ralph B. Baldwin, '34, Grand
Rapids,. John W. Corey, '34, Bay
City, Charles' M. Nisen, '34E, Mil-
waukee, Wis., Grosvenor T. Root,
'34, Detroit, Clinton D. Sandusky,
'34, Danville, Ill., Nathan S. Waring,
'34E, Grand Rapids.
ators today, even though the lat-
ter defeated Philadelphia yester-
day 5-4, in a wild twelve-inining
game which was featured by home
runs from the bats of Heinie Man-
ush, Joe Cronin, and Carl Reyno(lds.
IWashington tica up nxe game in
the ninth, forged ahead only to be
tied again in the eleventh, and
eked out the victory in the next
Chicago's Cubs and the Boston3
Braves both turned in victories,
Chicago trimming the- Cards 3-1
while Ed Brandt subdued the Gi-
ants 7-2. The Cubs were aided by
youthful Lon Warneke's fine pitch-
ing. Knothe of the Braves hit the
only other homer in the- major
In the other games, Chicago forc-
ed Cleveland, to drop back along
with Philadelphia by defeating
them 6-5. The New York Yankees l
went out of the league for the day's
competition and drubbed the Army
nine by a 9-3 score. Recruit Mur-
phy allowed the Army only four,
hits. In the third game in the Na-
tional League, Pittsburgh whipped
the Reds 4-1, as Larry French pull-
ed through safely from a ten-hit
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jlBehind the brilliant hurling of
Estel 'Zit' Tessmner, who struck out
seventeen Phi Kappa Psi batsmen,
the Sigma Nu baseball team wonj
the Fraternity ball crown 6 to 2,
The winners, who deposed Phi
Sigma Delta, title-holder for the
past three seasons, started out the
contest with three runs in the first
inning and were never headed. They
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Psi man reached base until two
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