:MAY rl, 1924
PRICE, FIVE CENTS
SCORE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 R Michigani City, Ind., May 31-Ton.,
Omy Gibbos, the rugged1 Irshman ofI
iscoisi A0 Q 0 ® 0 0 0 ® X 0St.Paul, ws given the referee's de-
W iS O U S fl U XIoin over Georges Carplentier, :idol
p 'y y9 In Fragin following a ten round fight
ichigan 1 'in1 0 0t0g4XbXoXs9sky ble area here tis
Michigaichian 10130ay310(y XXX.
cagoA A , and Mcxinnis oftht'e samce! Gets Homery R adios MihgnCtMag1(yA?)
club camne in third and fourthI~ 'il A telegram was read from the ing
I DicusThe Illinois Athletic Asso- t . from Jack Dempsey challenging the
Dlaisncus. ' en L'r,.,,te.ir t.istR eS Winner of the Carpentier-Gibbons fight
three places in the discus. Pope, stkn lc (oeti ftron h
member of the 1920 team took first i (f~1 i enis'ring cleared for action at 4:15. The
frm'efrel fNteDmI" fight, round by round,follows:
frmL~bfrel r ~teDmand Weiss was third. i+ on n
IGoing on the air from station WCBC ThyudOi
Schwertze, chamip University of 'hyshook hands, Carpentier' was
Wisconsin freshman, took the shot;E at 2:30 o'clock this aternoon, The short with a aleft, and drove right and
put ahead of three Michigan entries; Michigan Daily broadcast to all parts? left to the body in a clinch. Caren-
with a heave of 44 feet, 9 and three; of the country a running account of tier was away and Gibbons landed with
quarters inches. Johnny Stewart, the Olympic trials in process on Fe- light -left to the ''rad. Carentier
Michigan freshmran weight man, wa reached with right to the chin. Both
an easy second while Doyle, Varsity a ry Field and the Micign-Wisconsin; men were boxing cautiously, Gibbons'
weight man, andl Munz, another fresh- ' asbllgmel crossed with a left wallop to the chin,
lean;' took the last two places. 'n The elecrical engineering deart- and Carpentier backed away. W
Ray Smith of Michigan, leading ment radio swung into action with the le drove in Gibbons drove both fists
high jumiper; cleared 6 feet four and'I playing of the Victors and immediately to the body, Ton landed a left to the
one quarter inches ina jumpg off for 5 transmitted a detailed accont, of the' body, and Carpentier a eft to the chin.a
third place in the event equalling Olympic events run off yesterday. Fol-' Carpentier came back with a ,left to
thefirt lac leigt o Obore.lowing this oirect wies to the scene the body. Car entier laded a hlard i
This is one half inch etter than, or the games brought to the ears of= right to the head. Gibbons sent a left
Smrithi hays ever done becfore, and he; listeners scattered everywhrere siml- to the chin.
will be 'favored to' place to in the I ' aneou relorts of the field andl track
final,.try utsuas -T reit:t sf .hi , i-' ,Ienumbes vwh' t16ime we icing stitt., ~v
"e r rA tmegae ut ffbnstlnted for an 'penigi~
or. SUMMfARIES~Ilarry kipke the very first ofi}cial returns to be hopped a left to' the body. He'fol-
10,000 meter run-Won by White of Stellar Michigan athlete, who in the ublished'. anywhere. lowed with a left to the chin. Tonia
Mlilet A. C., Bourke, U. of C. second, eighth inning of today's baseball gaime Promptly at' 3:30 o'clock station landed a left to the chin, forcing Car-
Gillespie 'of Chicago K. of C., third; knocked a homne ruin, scoring two men WCBC began the broadcasting of de- pentier to desist. Carpentier missed
Moran of Millet A. C~, fourth. Time, ahead of hil. rThisi.Was his last ap- tails of the baseball gamze whimr start- a left to the chin and Gibbons pound-t
33 minutes, 6 910 sec. ,)parance in a Conference ga e d at that time. A description of the ed sim in the body. Gibbons ooked
aefr100 meter dash. First semi-finals. ~lichii an, crowol and the practice of tie two a left to the body. Carpentier landed
Won by Washington of Chicago, flub- ____________________________ teamis openedl the Baseball program a left to the body, and Gibbos swung
bard of Michigan second, Alderman niiin, mir (r' and play by play results of the contest a. right to the jaw. Gibbons landed
.) .A. C. third, Tlime 10.7. LI ILI EN } were sent out at once. At brief inter- a left to the jaw, driving Carpentier,
1500 mneter run. Won by Aay Bulker, 1111teltet eot fo h noth onr apete mse
i. A..C.; Joie Ray, 1. A. C., second; rnm iiCv nna lymics were broadcast. a left and received two left in return.
kNharton, C. A.. A., third;,lKennedy, IfUVIfhI.rn ~ JJI Newspaersin mst of the cities RondThe
Notre Damne, fourth. Time, 3:5A:9., sending athletes to the lynipictrials ibn isdalf otecd
400 meter hurdles, Won by Rile, hv1ulse oicst ~eefc
. A. C.; Snyder, Ohio, secondl: Lobpmis, iiiii'5 Varity tennis squadl won that The Daily wold transmit the' Carpentier caught Gibbons n the jaw
Michigan, third. Trnme, 52.1. secomnds, a hard fought match; from the Iowa results of the meet and early re itdrv a right and a clefttche ibosy.
cetr wrds eodny1o. lte err yesterday afternoon at the drionsaaregthatnWCBClhfd thetlargest
800erswn ldetersdby .run:ion ar natbyBC h dWatsorgstnGibo s merry! rihieldrcu . courts, r n: Wobeatingn, Fertheel co rawk-ati gauedienceauden o o record during its lifetime. Gibn'u sd~ iht u p ru.In
t. A". C.; Cusack, unattached, second; eyes 42 crso telephone calls were receiv- acicGbosdoetolfst
Reinke, [Michigan, third; Hlattendorf, Captain Rorich in the first match ed within a few moments after broad- Itie body. Gibbons swung a left to
Michigan, fourth. Time, 1:52.2. of the~ afternoon fell before the hardI casting ceased and were still pouing the head, and a right to the body in a
Doolittle of Butler college' won thi attack of Swenson the Iowa leader. I in as the Extra rused to press. clinch. Carpentier missed a left
5,0 eesr nlai gIblfr e 6-3, 4-6, 6-1 In tie second miatchb__ _ _ __ _ _ swing to the head. Gibbons planted
Michigan runner and conference two-' Brick of Mvichigan took the measure a left and a right to the body. Tom
-vile cbamapion, 70 yards in the rear1 of Lutz, Iowa's number two man. iIDITV PGOFlI ([T M failed with a right to the head, and
y a wonderful sprint in the last half Brick, playing in his early season VlLIIIIJU IfIIthey went into a corner. Carpentier
lap. Wickoff, fomrmer Ohio State star formi hadi a comparatively easy time SU P drove a left hook into Tom's son-
dstaemnan and winner of the 10,- oit crashing thirough with a 62, 6- i.. 1 S P ODH E I ac.Forhoud
100 etercross country race yester-i score. Fut on
lay afternoon finished a quarter lap i The third mlatch brought Hodgman They clinced, and Tom ducked a
behind Isbell.1 of Michigan against Shwartz of Iowa. Michigan's Varity olf team left to te ,bod. Gibbons hooked a
Hubbard of Michigan took anl easy This match was the toughest of the~ swamped Northwestern on the Ann left to the chin and stopped over a left
lirst in the broad jumep with a leap afternoon, each nman taking one set Arbor golf course today, 18 to . Thej to the head. Carpentier backed away,
of 2 4feet, 7 7-8 inches. Jones of I. and playing the next and final set to' Wolverines took all four singles. Mich- suddenly lashed one to Gibbon's chin. I
A. C. was second whle Northrup, a= 22 gamzes before the Wolverine court igan took three twosomes, and halve Carpentier blocked a short right to
Michigan freshman, took third place, star triumphed over the Iowan, the a fourth in the morning 'play, anti took the chin. Tom backed Carpentier into
'uaifying for the final to be held at ? final being G-1, 6-2, 12-10. Crane play- tenl points to two for the purple in a corner, and punished himin the beadI
Boston.; ing fourth for the Maize and Blue kept the afternoon "foursomes. Captain and body. Carpentier dropped a right
5,000 meter run. Won by Doolittla,i his slate free from defeats and camne Smith of Michigan registered the low- to the face, and caught two) lefts to
3uter;Isbllunatacedsecnd~through for' a 6-4 6-3 victory of Ale- j est score ever made on the Ann Arborj the chin in return. Carpentier landed
Suter;Isbllunttahed seond 'Laughlin, the fourth Hawkeye repr-( curse in collegiate competition, in a right to the chin, but Tom ducked
WX k f, O i t t, t ir . T m , s n ai e the first foursom e m atch of the after- another left to the jaw. Carpentier
200 meteis-Won by LeschinskyI In the doubles matches Michigan noon when he covered te eighteen missed a right swing to the jaw, as
runjgunttcedr; Bule r o teven wthRoicand ric gk holes in 68 strokes, 32 out and 36 in. the bell sudd
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~lgksecond; Grimi of M. A. 'C., thr;A-, oig u oSesnad~cag-- - - - - omdFv
dermnan, M. A. C., .fourth. Time, 21:4, lii, 6-3, 4-6,6-1 and Hodgman and Tennis Teams Tie Carpentier began backing away, and
Broad jump: Won by hubbardof "t ose carry<ing wthe Maizean BleIGbosaddalftoth ha.
IMichigan, distance 24 feet 7 and seven- thogso iii the lst match W th Two oluble n aclinch they punched each other
eighths inches. Jones, I. A. C., second, ' of the afternoon over Lutz, and on the body. Tom was short with a
Idistance 22 feet 7 and one-tenth inches.' Shwartz, 4-6, G-2, 6-. M~atces To Plcy ~gtt h ed aplne
INorthrup, unattached, third, dsane--_----J rmghta to ppe ead.one'Careturn.eThe
22 feet 7 and' four-tenth's inches, Clark, 43 feet 10 inches; Doyle, Michigan, With two double matches left toI Frenchman was boxing cautiouslyI
M. S. N.; fourth, distance 22 feet, five- third, 43 feet 3 and( 7-10 inches; Munz, play Michigan and Ohio were tied at and continually backing away. Tom
tenth% inches.j unattached, fourth, 42 feet, one andf 2 all in the dual tennis meet on Ferryj caught him with two rights to the
Pole vault: 'Won by Myers, Clhi- I one-tenth inchies- f Field this afternoon. Captain Rorich jaCriisdtw ihst h
oneCapmisdtw igtIt h
cago Athletic Association, 13 feet,on High jump: Won by Osborn, I. A. and Hodgman won their matches! head. Gib missed two lefts to the
and size-half inches; Brooker of Mmcitli- C; Rurssel, U. of Chicago,' second; while Crane and Brich lost ti ht lead. Gibbons whipped two right±=
tigan, second, 12 feet six inches; Lan-k Smt h of Michigan, third; heigth, six nathes. Ito the body and a left to the body,
dowski of I. A. C., third, 42 feet even. feet four and one quarter inches. I
Gramaum, Chicago A. A., Scietz, Detroit
.City college. Trout, unattached, tied - rlJtllii
for fourth at 11 feet six inches. Running broad jump: Won by Span-
3,000 imeter steeple chase: Won by Inei~rg, Detroit Y.Al. C. 'A., 198
Payne of 0. S , hliso ulr;uees oes ntahd eod The New Five Year Course TheSummer School
secondti; Scott o Chicago A. A. third ; Javelin throw, Spannenbem'g, first
IMeG in nis, fourth.. Tilme, 9 :53.8, 14.65 hid eers, Bowers, urnattached, see,-
D isculs throw : Aon by Pope of I. oid. The Non-Partisan Movement Other Features-
BAEBL CHMINSHIP IN,
HARD CONTEST WITH BDGR
Of'Iy Itph N. Byers
' Sports Editor
Ferry Field, May :-31-Michiganl's 'Varsity baseball leant 'won nits last
c'onference game tit the seasoin froi 'Wisconsin here this afternwon and
with a finial staudiiig of eight gamnes won, and two lost lhasnsassuved for
:Micigani at least a tie for chanip li ship troiiors of tile 1'i4 Telli116,;.a car.
First inning:Wisconsin. Tangen
struck out. Dugan singled down the
left field foul line. Goss fouled out to
Bachmann, Dugan remraining onm first.
Dugan took second-on a passed ball.
Ashenbasrenen struck out. No runs,
one dit, 110 errors
Michigan. .Giles, singled to right.
I Bachnman, if
'I t Front " t A.
Tangen'8I, 3D '
-, oss,, 2b
On an attempted hit andh run play, ! agery,<'7 ,iiuinu ele, cC
Kipke knocked a rolr which, went Dllaner,; 3b Emtanue, cf
b~etween Christianson's legs. Bo thi:JDilomno, 1 ChrisntIfp
opnwere safe. Bhmn bunted to- aboosipJhsnf
ward first base and Steen, fielding the Wlstge, 1rf Stee n, lb
ball, attempted to catch Giles at, third Steger,_rr_________l
'phut failed, and the bases were fill edl.I-
MB ott lilt, downa the first blase line, amnd
61les seoreol as Blott wias Feig- aggedi flied ouit to Dugaon. ?;o ruls, 2 1kits,
out, .Kipke taking third, and Bacliniann 110 errors.se o d fe oln w ,lag et
struck out. Kipke was' tagged out e 1 \Xmuir; 1 scon>>in. lci
when lie attempted to steal homne. Onie! enbrenen wvas safe at first wvhen Dill-
rin, one lilt, one error. mnan miissed his grozunder. EMUanuel
Second inni Wisconsin. Kipke j hit into a double play, I~ il1.an to
I'nl l ra ng -c e lm 'of Eianmel's IGiles to Wils'on. Q'hristlans Ion struck
- fly, de~ep into left field. Christianson,
singled to center. Johnson fanned. I u.N us o ds ocris
Ellingson -drew a. walk. Steen took I Michigan, Blott grounded ou.t to
the third strike. No runs, 1 fait. no G'oss. Hlaggerty knocked a h~igh fly to
errors.,;Tangen. IDinan walkced. Wilson
Michigan. Dillm~an singled over ended the inning by kimockim hg
second., Wilson hilt into a double play fly to Johnson. -No runas, no, hills, no
wehegonetoC-itasnwothrewjto Ellingson, Ellingson touch- Eighl~h ling: 'Wisconsin. Johnsonl
ing Diliman' at second then throwing'kole l oU1;a..J.)oo
to first I:to catch Wilson. Steger struck
out. No ruliw, j lilt, n0C11o eror. ski struck out Elhingason,. Uolfnn
Thirdi inning: Wisconsin. Tangena also fanned. iNo runs, no laits, no r
grounded out, Dillinan to Wilson. Dii- rocs.
.,gan struck out. Goss also fanned. Michigan. Steger grounded !lomut.
rNo runs, no lilts, no error;,. Christianson' to Colemian. Jablonow-
Michigan. ,Jablonowski singled over 1 ski mnade his fourth straight hit of
third. Giles sacrificed Jablonowski to the game wvhen lie singled over, sec-
second. Kipke hit to 'Christianson ond. lieuther replaced ,Christianson
}who made the out and unassisted at in the box, the latter taking left field.
i first, Jablonowski taking third. Bitcl- I Giles was safe at firsttoad Jablonow-
!I nanei singled down tli first base line ski at second whean Goss drapped
5 coring Jahlonowski. Baichman lx stole Rleuther's throw to second. Eipkle in
second. Blott grounded out to Tan- I his last appearance in a comiference
a gen to Steen. One run, r 'hiits, no1 j g~ia foAfr ll ichigait knocked ala nie
1 4~lrrors. ; run 1t) deep center scoring .Jalblonow-
Fourth i11nin9:'Wisconsin. Asehien- I ski and l Glcs ,aheadl of hiunt. Batch-
brenen fouled out to Wilson. Evian- m~ann drew'abs nblladwn
uel fled out to Kipke. Chistianson to' -second on a wild' pitch. l3lott
j struck out. No runs, no hits, no d (
L Michigan. Haggerty knocked a 0
T exas. Leaguer to left. Dillman
};singled over first, Haggerty r~emain-
ink on second. Wilson scor'ed llag. d
'gerty 'when lie. singled through short, "I
'tTaking the throw in, Aschenbremeri G
threw wild to scond, aWlowing ,711il- g
man to score. Steger singledl, scor-e
[Ing Wilson. Steger was caught steal-
ing to second. Jablonowski singled
over second. Giles forced Jablonows-
Iki at second. On the relay thr'ow to
catch Giles at first, Ellinson pegged,
wild and Giles went down to secondl.
Kipke grounded out, Christianson to
lSteen. 'three runs, live hilts, two
I1 Fifth inning: Wisconsin. Johnson I
grounded out, Jablonowski to. Wilson.
Ellingson also grounded to Jablonow-!
ski who threw himt out at first. Cole-
moan batting for Steen popped out to
tDillnian, who made a 'nice catch back'
of second. No rums, niolmls, no er-
IMichigan. Coleman took Steen's
place at first. Bachmann grounded out I
IGoss to, Colenman. Christianson threw j
out Blott at first. Haggerty walked.
Wilson struck out. No rnus, no bilts, I
Sixth Inning: Wisconsin. l'agem'-
ty ,threw wild after making a. spec-
tacular stop) of Tangen's groundler,
but 'Wilson stood far off the bah to
loubled down the third baseline
Scoring Bachnmann. l'laggerty ;truck
Alt. Dillman fleod out to C hristianson.
our ruins, three i3ts, nm errors .
N1ith inn ling : Wisconsin. T an ge n
:rew a base on balls, Duigani forcedl
F~angen at second, Haggerty to Gale:,.
1Ules forced Dugan at second, Hag-
;erty to Giles. Aschepbrenen s;truck,
)ut. No m"tnis, Ito lits, 110 error-s.
Detroit 4, Cleveland 2.
Philadelphia 0-5, New York 5-0.
Washington 12, Boston' 0.
Pittsburgh 7. St. Lois -,0.
Chicago C, Cincinnati 3
New York 4, 'dlpi .
Brooklyn 14, Boston 8
TH'OMAS E. FISKE
ROBERT MAANSFIEL D
N. F. THAL,
LESTV ER BENNE.TTS
ERN' EST GODFREY