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DOUTHIT'S HOMER Hutchirs Makes6ive
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TIYANKE E SLUGGE R
TIES 1921 MARK
FOR UNOFFICIAL TITL i

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Uhdo State, Illinois, Wisconsin
iA Ahead Of Michigan Team
In Big Ten Meet
IRELAY TEAM WINSr
gan's yearling track team withl
points captured fifth place in
nference freshman track and
eet conducted by the Big Ten
last week. Iowa's first year;
oached by Charlie Brookins,'
Olympic hurdle star, won the
scoring 93 points, more thanI
the number of their nearest
tor Ohio State.
Buckeye freshmen had a total
L-2, one point ahead of Illi
isconsin took fourth place with
points. Purdue, Indiana, thd
)ta followed Michigan in,~ thel

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Five members of the freshman ten-
nis squad have been awarded numerals

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American League
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Cleveland ......010.200.000-4 6 1
Philadelphia .....022 200 02x-8 11 0
Chicago ........201 100 201--7 11 21
Boston ........000 101 000-2 8 '
Detroit .....0,00 000', 000-0. 2 01

DIRT TRCK CLASSIC
DRAWS STAR DRIVERS
100 Mile Event Attracts Best Field
Of Drivers Ever To Compete
On A Dirt Track
SOUDERS WILL COMPETE

e order.
Michigan Wins Relay
ly one first place was annexed
e Wolverine, yearlings, when the
relay quartet turned in the win-
time of\3:25.5. Hayden was the
individual performer for the
[gan yearlings, placing fifth in
alf mile and fourth in the mile.
ime in the 880 was 2:01.7, while
as clocked at 4:37.2 in the longer
'Dale Seymour ran the 440 yard'
in :51.4 to take third place An-
' Michigan Wean, Reed, tied for
h in this event.
e Wolverines' weakness was evi-
in the field events, where they,
d but two points..Chapman, cap-
of the first year. trackmen, took
in the running broad jump with
p of 21 feet 10 inches. He wasl
m out of fourth place by half
ich. Widman captured fifth in the
in to score another point.
va presented a well-balanced ag-,
ation, the Hawkeye freshmen,
ng points in 14 of the 16 events.
t first places were won by the
yearlings.
Barg Stars In Shot Put
reral exceptional performances
turned in by the Big Ten fresh-
Barg of Iowa heaved the shot
et 1-2 inch nearly four feet fur-
than the second place winner.:
is a remarkable feat when it is
dered that the winning toss in
.onference meet at 'Madison was
et.3 inches, a new record.
freshmen ran the 100 yard dash+

Taylor L. Doiltt
Lead off man of the St. Louis Card-
inal team, wh,6 featured the Memorial
day contest with Cincinnati .by hit-
hing a home run in the eighth inning
to give the Cards a 1-0 victory. Dou-
hit plays center field and his consis-
tent hitting has been one of the fea-
tures of the Card's play thus far.
in under 10 second,' Horan of Iowa
winning in the fast time of :09.8.
Another Iowa yearling won the 220
yard dash when Stevenson covered'
the distance in :21.7 seconds. Stroth-
ers of Ohio State ran the 440 in :50.4
to place first. T'wo Hawkeye runners
broke 2 minutes in the half .,mile,
Moulton taking first in 1:57.2.
McDermott of Illinois displayed
Varsity calibre in the pole vault by
clearing the bar at 12. feet 7 1-2 in-
ches. Brown of Iowa threw the jav-
elin 175 feet 8 1-2 inches to win the
event. Two yearlings cleared 6 feet
in the high'jump, Jerrell of Iowa
placing first at 6 feet 1 1-2 inches.
Four freshmen tied for first in the
120 yard high hurdles in the good;
time of :15.5 seconds. Parker of lhi-
nois won the 220 yard low hurdles in
:24.5.
DETROIT-Pitcher Jesse Doyle was'
unconditionally released by the Tig-
era.

for their work on the courts this sea- 1
son, according to an announcementj
made yesterday by Henry C. Hutchins,
tennis coach.
The yearling players have com-'
peted against the reserve tennis teamI
on two occasions, and have come out
victorious both times, winning the first
match 4-3 and the return engagement
5-1. The freshmen have been handi-
capped by lack of practice, and havel
been unable to play any other matches.
The numeral winners are Graham,
Elliott, Marsh, Beal, and Zoss. Gra-
ham, who has played first man in both
=matches, was the winner of the fresh-
ian intramural tournament, and has
n'ot been defeated by a first year man
this season. His game is featured by1
a high chip placement and strong net,
play. .
Elliott, second man on the squad,
has only lost one match, and that to
Graham. His style of play calls for
both backhand and forehand drives
and overhead smashes, the latter be-
ing his favorite shot. Both he and
Graham have shown much ability,
and should give some of this year's
A. M. A. men a fight for positions on
next year's team.
Marsh, who plays third man, uses
somewhat the same style of play as
Elliott, and though his fast and well
placed service is the best part of his
game, he scores many points on his
high bounding placement drives. He
teams with Eliott to forn, the second
doubles combination, which should
give the first string pairs much dif-
ficulty next year.
Beal, fourth man, plays the most
consistent game of any of the fresh-
men. He gains most of his points by
placements which enable him to come
to the net, where his kills allow him
to more often. Zoss, who plays in
fifth position, uses much the same
style of play as Beal.
;The first doubles team consists of
Graham and Penn, winners of the fresh-
man intramural tourney. . The com-bi-
nation has showed strength in defeat-
ing the reserves' first doubles team.

SWolverins End Season With Recordl
Of Five Victories In Six
,ig Ten Matches
TAKE BOTH FOURSOMES
Michigan's 1927 golf team finished
its dual meet schedule in an impres-
sive manner by defeating Chicago's
golf team, the only unbeaten aggrega-
tion in the Big T'en, Wednesday at
Olympia Field, Chicago, 17 1-2 to
6 1-2. This victory allows. the Wol-'
verines to finish the season in a
tie with the Maroons for the unoffi-
cial dual meet title of the Conference
* with five victories in six matches.
Considered the strongest outfit in
the Big Ten on the basis of its un-
marred recordl for the five previous
matches, the Chicago team proved
unable to meet the consistent play
of the invading Wolverines. The Ma-
roons led by a single point margin
at the end of the morning individual
mltches, but the Michigan golfers
proved the stronger in the-foursomes,
taking all 12 points to defeat the Ma-
roon's by 11 points.
Connor Takes ,Match
Addison Connor' playing number
one on the Michigan team, put the
Wolverines in the lead by winning 2
1-2 points from Art Patterson, Ma-
roon star, who turned in a medal
score of 76. Capt. Fred Glover won
a point from John Bartlett, who, shot
a 76 for his individual round.
,John Bergelin added three points to
the Michigan total when he downed
Jim Gerard, who took several extra
putts to boost his score to 82. Al
Vyse, number four player for the Wol-
verines lost three points to John Va-
vra of Chicago, when the Maroon
golfer made a 76 for his individual
round.
Star In F ursonmes
The Chicago team proved unequal
to the task of maintaining its single
point lead, losing 11 of the 12 pos-
sible points in the afternoon four-
somes. Connor and Glover took six
}ponits from Patterson and Bartlett,
while Bergelin and Vyse captured five
from Vavra and Garard.
Addison Connor of Michigan and
John Vavr& of the Maroon team were
tied for low scoring honors for the
day, both turning in cards of 75 for
the morning round and 74 for that of

New York's slugging right fielder
who is now on even terms in hitting
home runs with his record making I
performance in 1921, the year in which!
lie set a worldis record by hitting 59
home runs. In 43 games this yrear
'Ruth has hit 16 homers and in the
same number of contests seven years.
ago he had driven out the same num-
ber of circuit drives. Up until Wed-
nesday's game with the Athletics he
had hit five home runs in as many1
successive games.
the afternoon. Glover is credited with
a 79 -and a 76; Bergelin with a 73 and
a 78; and Vyse with a 79 and an 82.
The Wolverine-Chicago match clos-
ed the Conference dual meet season
with the Michigan and Maroon teams
tied for first place. The Maroons had
won all of their five matches before
bowing to the Wolverines while Mich-
igan is likewise charged with' a single
reverse.
Michigan lost its only match of the
season to Purdue at Lafayette by a
narrow margin in the first contest of
the Conference schedule, 11-13. Two
days later the team downed the vet-
eran Illinois golfers at Urbana by a
14 1-2 to 9 1-2 count.
In the first home match of the sea-
son Northwestern was humbled, 21
to 3 while Ohio State failed to equal
the formidable play of the Wolverines
and went down to defeat 20 1-2 to 3
1-2. The Wolverines continued to pile
up large scores in their home maches'
by trouncing Wisconsin 23-1 in the
last home match of the season.

New York
St. Louis .....
Washington
Natio
New York ..00
Cincinnati ..21'
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Home run--W
FAST RELA
FEATURE
(By A
EAST- LANSI
relay teams wil
event of thet
track and field
for which will b
noon.
Michigan Sta
half-mile and rn
by several track
its traditionali
outfit that tied
the quarter-mil
State will hi
that the distan
mile. Notre Da
by the Spartans
distance.

..000 011 00x-2 8 1 DETROIT, June 2.-One of the finest
.000 200 000- 2 9 2 fields of entries that any race, outside
.022 200 02x-1A 15 0 those held on the board and brick
tracks, has ever attracted will feature
malt L1ea1gue the 100 mile automobile race, sanc-
R g *IT E. tioned by the A. A. A., that will be held
0 002 010 002-5 15 3 Sunday on the mile oval at the State
0 000 000 001-,4 13 2 Fair grounds.
..A00 003 000-3 5' 3 Leading the field, in the point of
.003 00 40x-7 14 0 public attention, is George Souders,
.003am0 Phx-s 14 0ojPurdue university student who won
7illianisPhillies, the 500 _r'ile race Memorial Day at
Indianapolis. He will drive the same
V TEAMS TO carin which he raced to victory and
SPARTAN-MEET the $25,0." prize on Monday.
-- Frank Lockhart of Los Angeles,
ssociated Press) 'holder of all world's records for speed
NG, June 2--Two fleet and who led the field at Indianapolis
L clash as the closing for 119 laps will drive the same car
central intercollegiate Sunday. Lockhart won $10,900 in lap
d -meet- preliminaries money before his motor cracked and
e held tomorrow after,. forced him to drop out of the, race.
Other entries of note include Ralph
te, undefeated in the! DePalma, Leon Duray, Cliff Wood-
anked as All-American bury, Ralph Hapburn, Wilbur Shaw,
authorities, will meet who finished fourth at Indianapolis,
rival, Notre Dame, an Cliff Bergere, who finished eighth,
the world's record in Dutch Bauman, Fred Lecklider, Babe
e at Kansas. Stapp, George Fernic, the Roumanian
aye the -advantage in driver, Louis Schneider, Ira Vail,
ce will be the half- Shorty Caulton, and Sam Ross.
me has beep defeated When the entries closed last night
three times over this 50 care were named to qualify in the
trials which wil be held at 9:00.

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