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SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1928

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

GRANTLAND RICE PAYS' Critic Ranks Bennie
With Gifted Payers'
HONOR TO WOLYERINE~

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Expert Declares That Oosterbann
Ranks As One Of Finest All-round
Athletes Of History
TRACES METEORIC CAREER
"The outstanding football player o"
the year, the outstanding Big Ten
basketball player of the year and onc
of the greatest in the nation, the out-
standing slugger on a championshir
baseball team and a pitcher wher
needed, Oosterbaan ranks as one of
the finest all-around athletes of al'
time "--that is the tribute paid to
Bennie Oosterbaan, Michigan's para-
gon of athletes, by Grantiand Rice
nationally known sports writer, in
an article under the title "It's A
Gift" in the current number of Col-
Clier's magazine.
In substance, Grantland Rice de-
clares that most athletes are made.,
A few, he says, are born-and these
are the royalty of sport. He then
names Oosterbaan as one of three1
blue-blood, Hal Chase, greatest base-;
ball stylist, and Bobby Jones, famed-
golfing star, being the two others.1
"Now and then," Rice states, "a
genius comes along in sport, and{
when he reports you can tell at one
glance that a master has arrived. Hel
has something more than mere techi-
cal skill, ability, courage, speed, pow-f
er or form. He is one apart, born to
greatness in a certain game, requir-
ing little of the drudgery that mostt
competitors have to endure beforet
they battle their way to the peak." i
He then continues with a story o
Oosterbaan's meteoric career in Mich-I
igan athletics. The famous sports
writer recalls the first intercollegiateI
football game in which Oosterbaana
participated and records it in theI
following manner: "The first passI
thrown to him was high and far tof
one side. Bennie leaped with a hand
outstretched. Then, to the amaze-
ment of everyone, he pulled the ball
down and tucked it under his arm,
After which, as his feet crashed
against the ground, he stiff-armed a 4
tackler into oblivion-and the stands
went wild. Big Bennie was All-

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JOHNSON TO JOIN REPS! Y OST FLIES FOR FIRST TIME
Vice Johnson, captain and short- Fielding H. Yost, director of inter-
stop of the 1928 Northwestern uni- collegiate athletics, made his first:
versity team, will join the Cincinnatti
Reds next season, it has been an- airplane trip Wednesday at the Ford
oued nexthssontwas eenrde an-sirport. Yost was taken up into the
noun ced. Johnson was regarded as ai yBoeadMis w e-
one of the finest shortstops in thes air by Boone and Meigs, two mem-
oneof he inet sorttop inthebers of the Chicago team of 1905
Big Ten during his three years com- s h
whicp handed Michigan its first de-
petition. feat in five seasons.

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SIX WOLVERINES AT OLYMPICS
Six University of Michigan ath-
letes will be competing in the Olym-
pic game at Amsterdam this summer,
four of the Wolverines for the united
States while the remaining two will
carry the Canadian colors into the
world's classic. Samson, George, De
Hart Hubbard, and Hewitt will be
members of the American team, while
H T-Ptp ad A lt will rnant On-

FARRELL TO SAIL JULY 20
Coach Steve Farrell of the Michi-
gan track team will leave here Sat-
urday for New England, prior to his
sailing to Amsterdam on July 20. Be-)
sides witnessing the Olympic games.
Coach Farrell will spend some. time
touring the continent and England.;
He will be accompanied by Mrs Far

REWARD - For return of diamond
and onyx ring; left in library' lava-
tory Tuesday. Call Catharine Camp-
bell, Univ. 160. 17-18-19
RESERVE your booth at Rushmer's
for the Wednesday night dance.
18, 19, 20, 21
HOUSEKEEPER wanted to buy and
prepare simple meals for seven per-
sons and supervise cleaning an(
launderying for one year beginning
about August 1st. Call 8292 after
seven p. m. 18
THETA XI fraternity pin, July 8, in
or near Ann Arbor. Reward. Call
3193. 17
FURNISHED one-room kitchenette
apartment. Jefferson Apts. Aug. 1.
Call 2-1868. 18, 19, 201

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FOR SALE-One cabinet radio, day
bed, screen book cases, curtains,
'dishes, kitchen utensils. Call 2-1868.
18, 19, 20
EXCURSION GROUP
TO LEAVE TODAY
Summer Session excursion number
five, visiting the Detroit News build-
ing, WWJ roadio broadcasting sta-
tion, Detroit Public Library, and the
new Institute of Arts, will leave at
8:00 this morning at the Packard and
State street station.
The Detroit News building and radio
i broadcasting station will be visited
first in the morning. The party will
then go to the 'General Motors build-
ing cafeteria for lunch and will in-
spect the building, one of the largest
in the world devoted to the auto-
mobile trade.
The immense stack rooms of the
Detroit Public Library will be seen
in the afternoon.

Bennie Oosterbaan
Who was the recipient of the signs
honor of being ranked by GrantlanO
Rice, nationally renowned sport au-
thority, along with Hal Chase and
Bobbie Jones as a "blue-blood" of the
athletic world.
America from the first play."
Rice then draws an account o
Oosterbaan's activities in basketball
and basball. He denominates Ooster-
baan as the "dynamic cog" in Michi-
gan's basketball offense and "'a vital
factor" in giving Michigan a baseball
championship this year.
Speaking of Oosterbaan's participa-
tion in baseball, Rice states that
"other stars can be developed in col-
lege, but few baseball players ever
win a college letter who have not
played steadily from boyhood."
A full-length picture of Oosterbaan
in civilian clothes accompanies th
article. The caption underneath the
photo ironically states: "Oosterbaan
plays all kinds of ball (including
football."
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FIRST METHODIST,
Cor. Stateand Washington Sts.
10:30 A. M.-Morning Worship.
Sermon, "Facing the Future
with Faith," by Rev. Marshall
Reed.
12:00 Noon-Student Bible Class
at Wesley Hall, led by Mr.
Ralph Johnson.
6:00 P. M.-Student Devotional
Meeting led by George Seeck.
8:00 P. M.-Evening Church
Service. Sermon, "Pleasure's
Limitations," by Rev. Parley
Bingham.

ST. PAUL'S
LUTHERAN CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
Res. 1005 W. Washington St.
July 15
9:30-Bible School.
10:30-English service. Sermon,
"Christ's Explanation on the
Words 'Thou Shalt Not Kill.'
1:00-Outing to Island Lake.

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FIRST CHURCH
OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST
10:30 A. M.-Regular morning
service. Subject, "Life."

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11:45 A. M.-Sunday School,
following the morning service.
7 45-Wednesday evening tes-
timonial meeting.
The reading room, io and ii State
Savings Bank Building, is open
daily from 12 to 5 o'clock except
Sundays and legal holidays.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
Huron & Division Sts.
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Dale H. Moore, Associate
Mrs. Nellie B. Caldwell,
Secretary for Women
9:30-Church School.
10:45-Morning Worship. Ser-
mon on "The Value of Inter.
ruptions."
5:30-Social Hour and Supper.
6:30--Young People's Society.
The leader: Catherine Robin-
son. Subject: "Getting a
Thrill Out of Christian Liv-
ing."

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--A Lightsome Color
for July's Play Days
It's clearness, its sunniness make yellow a favorite for
sports. Parisian countries recognize its chic and present
many important dresses in yellow for both the sports
participant and onlooker. Mack's present it in the
smartest sports models of the season-in those active
little one- or two-piece silk frocks with pleated skirt, in
sweater costumes.

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ST. ANDREW'S
(EPISCOPAL) CHURCH
(".-r. Division and Catherine Sts.
Corner Catherine & Division
Rev. Henry Lewis, Minister
Sixth Sunday after Trinity
8 A. M.-Holy Communion.
11 A. M.--Morning Prayer and
Sermon by Mr. Lewis.

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UNITARIAN CHURCH
State & Huron Sts.
Sidney S. Robins, Minister
Sunday, July 15, 1928
10:45 A. M.-Morning Service.
Sermon topic: "The Proprie-
torship of Hell and Heaven."
After this Sunday the church
closes for vacation.

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