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Derby

ANOTHER BRADIY
HSE IS SECOND
Winner Runs Secon iFastest Derby
On R ecord; Fiftht Of Second
Behind Record Time
ROCKMAN PLACES THIRD
(By Associated Press)
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Iay 15.- Bub-
bling Over won the Kentucky Derby
here today. W. R. Bradley's colt out-
gamed and outraced 13 of the best;
three year olds in training to finishl
the mile and a quarter grind in 2 min-j
utes, 3 4-5 seconds.
Baggenbaggage, another Bradley 1
horse, finished second and Rockman
third. The race was worth $50,075 to
the winner. It was the second fastest
Derby ever run, the time being one-
fifth second slower than Rosebud's 2
minutes, 3 3-5 seconds race.
Just before post time two of the
nominated colts were scratched be-
cause of their failure to impress their
owners. H. W. Sullivan's Take a
Chance and J. B. Partridge's Rasuli,
both 100 to 1 shots, were withdrawn
from the starting position.
Bubbling Over and Eaggenbaggage
flaunted the Bradley stables colors
and in finishing in the one-two posi-I
tions they performed one of the rarest
feats in turf history. Only twice be-
fore has this been done in the other
51 runnings of the Derby. Boot to
Boot, another Bradley entry although
it had the pole at the barrier, fail-
ed to break into the money.
The other two Bradley hdrses and
Boot to Boot were coupled at 5 to 2
odds before post time, but Rockman,
the third place horse, was a 25 to 1
choice. Clever handling by Jockey
Coltieetti brought the Sagamoresta-
ble colt into the third position.
A record crowd, estimated at be-.
tween 75,000 and 80,000 spectators,
witnessed the most famous event of
the Blue Grass season. Because of
the heavy attendance the race was
worth $5,000 to the second place horse,
almost $3,000 to Rockman, and $1,000
to the show horse.
A. Johnson had the mount on the
victorious Bubbling Over and E. Blind;
piloted Baggenbaggage. Johnson's
brother, G. Johnson rode Boot to Boot,,
but one horse disappointed owner E.
R. Bradley. Boot to Boot was heav-
ily backed because of a tradition in
racing circles, concerning the horses
at the pole. In recent years many
of the number one colts have won the
coveted victory. Omar Khayyam in
1917, Sir Barton in 1919, Behave Your-
self in 1921, and Black Gold in 1924
all ran next to the rail. Last year
Flying Ebony drew the number six po-
sition.

SPRINT RECORDS BROKEN
BY LOCKE AND PADDOCK
(Bly Associated Press)j
LINCOLN, Neb., May 15.-Ro-
land Locke, University of Ne-
braska sprinter, again bettered
Charlie Paddock's world recordj
in the 220 yard dash by runningI
theadistance in :207-10 seconds
jin an exhibition race at the
1 Nebraska-State college track
j meet here this afternoon. Locke
was paced by Wyatt of the Corn-
huskers track squad. Locke ranj
:1 the 220 yards in 20 5-10 seconds
at the Missouri-Nebraska dual
meet here recently, faster by
f 3-10 of a second than the worlds
record of 20 8-10 seconds held by
' Paddock. I
LOS ANGELES, Cal., May 15.-j
Charlie Paddock broke the
j world's 100 yard dash record
i here today with a time of :09
j 5-10 seconds. The wind wasI
j against him. Borah, of U. S. C.,
second, pressed Paddock all the
way.
Ten Mile Relay
TeaSets
New Swim Mark
Ten members of Michigan's swim-
ming team yesterday established what
is believed to he a new world's rec-
ord for a ten-mile relay of 4 hours, I
31 minutes, 29 3-10 seconds.
The members of the team who es-
tablished the record were Capt. Paul
Samson, Bob Wagner, Robert Darnall,
Fred Dunakin, Richard Spindle,]
Thomas Watson, John Halsted, Byron
Hughes, Robert Halsted, and Clarence
Batter. Samson covered his leg of
the race in the best time of the after-
noon, swimming the mile in 24 min-
utes, 31 and 4-10 seconds.
John Halsted, who swam his mile on
his back, broke four of the American
records which he established last
week and broke one which he was
unable to touch in his last attempt.
He set new marks in the mile, three-
quarter mile, half-mile, 1500 meters,
and 1000 yards with times of 27:36
6-10 seconds, 21:00 6-10 seconds, 13:44
seconds, 25:59 seconds; 15:43 seconds,
respectively.
QUADHINCUL AMEET WON
BY BUCKEYE TRACK 11AM
COLUMBUS, May 15.- Ohio State
won the third quadrangular track
meet this afternoon, beating Wiscon-
sin, Northwestern, and Chicago. Ohio
had 64 5-6 points, Wisconsin was sec-
ond with 53 3-6CNorthwestern third
with 44 1-3 and Chicago fourth with j
13.
Detroit Loses To
Philadelphia, 8-0
(By Associated Press)
PHILADELPHIA, MAY 15. - The
Athletics took the first game of the
series with Detroit today 8-0. A rec-
ord crowd of 30,000 saw Lefty Groves
blank the Tigers, giving them only
six widely scattered hits..hBishop'i
triple with the bases full in the thirdI
followed by Cochrane's homer gave
the Athletics five runs and in the fol-
lowing innings four more hits gave
them another pair of tallies.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified columns.--Adv.

GREEH[NS WIN FINAL
C
SPRINGGRID GAME
Hughes, Halfback, Kicks Goal From
Placement li Second Quarter
Giving Greens '3. Victory
WILL AWARD TROPHY
Football spring training games
series ended with a win for the Green
team under the tutelage of Coach Tom
Edwards over Harry Jipke's Blue
team yesterday afternoon on the grid-
iron at Ferry field, by a kick from
placement by Hughes in the second
quarter.
Both teams showed a brand of foot-
ball that is usually expected after a
much longer period of training. Dis-
playing great strength on the defen-
sive, neither team was able to make
any long consistent gains.
After having received the kickoff,
the Green team opened the offense
with a beautiful pass that netted 20
yards. They were forced to punt
after having been thrown for a loss
by the Blues. Each team had to rely
on punts to advance the ball, being
unable to pierce the defense of their
opponents. The Blue team made their
first down when Rich carried the ball
""for seyen yards in two attem;ts and
Frendt made three more. Rich and
Maresh carried the ball for nine yards
and on the next play the Blues lost
the ball on a fumble.
On the second play of the second
period the Greens completed a pass
for 20 yards, Hughes to Fogg. During
the remainder of the quarter the Blue
team led th-e offense, with Rich and
Totzki making several long gains.
The third quarter opened with Rich
returning the kick for 35 yards. Both
teams made many attempts to advance
the ball through the line with Rich of
the Blue team leading in the yardage.
The playing in the final period was
mostly in the middle of the field.
Dahlem and Hughes leading the of-
fense of the Green team. The lines
of both teams repeatedly checked the
plays that were directed againststhem.
!This 'game concluded the spring
training season. Selection of the man
winning the trophy given by the Chi-
cago alumni will be made at a meet-
ing Tuesday evening and will be an-
nounced in Wednesday's Daily.
R. A. Rose, New Zealand's champion
distance runner, sailed today aboard;
the Cunarder Berengaria for the Eng-
lish championships to be held July 1I
and 2.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
$1.00 Sunday
ME

Purdue Golf Men Fall Before
Brilliant Attack Of Varsity
Featured by Addison Connor's score3 morniffg wlhen he shot two rounds in
of 66 for the 18 holes of the afternoon 36 to win the first match. Lehman,
round, the Varsity golf team yester- his opponent, played the best game for
thehvisitors turning in a score of 7. .
day overwhelinn ly defeated the Pur-. The Michigan team, with an averag
due team by a score of 2 _ 1-2 to 1 1-2 of 69 stro r sotheafte noo aed
by ofmat9hstrokes Aafternoonground,
in a match at the Ann A:r golf had little difficulty in winning by
course. large margin. Feely and Glover,
The Michigan team started off fast playing Lehman and Fridlin, engaged
i the morning round by garneri close and even
in thi"n"~~ " a coecontest, adwere eenupf
(11 1-2 points to 1-2 for the visitors. going into the 18th hole. Here Glov-
Fr ed Glover, in the number one po- er drove the green, 280 yards, and
sition, took three points from Frid- s
ndsank his ball for a birdie three and
11i1, of Purdue, Feeley took two and the hole. The 18th was halved and
one half points from Lehman, Boiler- the Michigan team won the match.
imaker star, and Connor and Cole each Connor and Cole took a very early
made sweeps in their matches, the lead in their match with Murphy and
former winning from Murphy four up, Aldinger and with Connor playing per-
and the latter defeating Aldinger ; feet golf took the match five and four. C
two and one.
Capt. Fred Feeley, number two man, -
turned in the best performance of the Patronize Daily Advertlsers.-Adv._
Shubert Lafayette

VARSITY RELAY QUARTET
WINS MILE IN FAST TIME
After trailing in second posi-
tion at the end of the first leg
of a three-cornered mile relay,!
the Varsity quartet put on aj
burst of speed that placed them
far ahead of the reserves and(
the yearlings, winning in the ex- 1
ceptionally fast time of 3:21.2
yesterday at Fery field.
Mueller was left at the start
of the first lap but at the turn .
almost caught the reserves. Ohl-
heiser took the baton and run-j
ning a good race easily cut down
the lead and passed the stick to
Herrnstein with three yards
ahead. Herrnstein increased the
lead to more than 12 yards. At
this stage the freshmen dropped
from the race and Fei singer
ended the relay with a 30 yard
advantage.

Educational Nine
To.Play Yearling
Squad To morrow
Coach Mather's freshman baseball
team will play the four year physical
education students at 4:05 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon'as the feature of
the program planned for the enter-
tainment of the Veterans of the Span-
ish-American war, who are to hold
a reunion in Ann Arbor this week.
The batteries for the freshman team
were not announced, but Mather's se-
lection will be between Gilmartin,
Lowe, and Steinberg. Truskoski or
Reichman will catch. Stevens will
play behind the bat for the four year
team, and either Rowe or Dagwell will
pitch.
Sir Thomas Lipton will challenge
for the America yachting trophy this

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KAPLAN WILL FIGHT GARCIA
NEW YORK, May 15. - A second
break between the state athletic com-
missions of New York and Connecti-
cut was averted today when New York
yielded to the ,latter in granting per-
mission to Louis "Kid" Kaplan to de-
fend his featherweight title against!
Bobbie Garcia of Camp Hollarib, Md.,I
in Connecticut, June 27 or' 28. Hart-
ford and New Haven have bid for the
match, but Dennis McMahon, the
champion's manager, intimated the
snatch will likely go to-Hartford.
Charles Hoff, the invading Norse-'
man, may not enter the national de-
cathlon championship, which will be
a feature of the annual Amateur Ath-
letic Union track and field champion-
ships at Philadelphia July 2, 5, and 6.
The great Norwegian star is likely tol
try for a pole vaulting record of 14
feet.

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