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LARGEST DERBY FIELD
(By Associated Press)
CHURCHILL DOWNS, LOUISVIL-
LE, Ky., May 19.-Reigh Count, the
big red colt, owned by Mrs. John D.
Hertz, of Chicago, wife of the taxi-
cah magnate, flashed to victory in the
54th Kentucky derby, sweeping
through a drizzling rain and mud
ankle deep in one of the most spectac-
ular races in the history of Blue Rib-
bon events of the American turf.
neigh Count, son of Sunrise-
Cuntefina, heavily playe favorite,
won just as his supporters said he
would, finishing a length ahead of
Misstep. Toro, which lost such a
heartbreaking race to Victorian in the
Preakness a week ago, was two
lengths and a half back of Misstep,
and trailing in fourth place came Jack
Higgins, winner of the Louisiana
Reigh Count defeated the largest
field that ever went to the post in
the Kentucky derby, running the pun-
ishingsmile and a quarter route in
2:10 4-5. Trailing throughout most of
the race, he came from behind in the
stretch to capture the event.
Immediately after the race, Mrs.
fertz went to the judges' stand to re-
wive the congratulations, whilc a
floral wreath was placed over the
shoulders of her proud winner.
Refgh Count was superbly ridden
by Jockey "Chic" Lang and convinc-
ed the big red colt supporters, who
were proud of his showing to win
such a race in the mud, of his prow-
Just before the race was won, the
rain settled into a drizle, soaking the
spectators to the skin, an hour pre-
vious, a terrific rainstorm having
broke over te Churchill Downs, con-
tinuing for 30 minutes.
VARSIT Y GOLFERS
LOSE, TO DETROIT
Gaining revenge for its setback at
the hands of the Wolverines last year,t
the Detroit Golf club team defeated
the Michigan golfers by an overwhel-
ming count of 20-7, Friday, on thet
Detroit club links. It as the first de-
feat of the year for the Michigan club
weilderswhohavaj beenconjuring their
Big Ten opponents with little trouble.
Capt. Addison Connor and Vyse
were the only Wolverines able to win
in the individual matches, Connor
scoring 2 1-2 points against Roger
Hill of Detroit while Vyse captured
all three of the points at stake againstj
In the other single encounters, Earl1
Cain swept all three counters againstt
Bergelin, Renchard of the clubmen did<
likewise in his match with Ahlstrom.
while Schiappacasse scored another
clean sweep for the Detroit golfers
when he defeated Coodwin. Cole
scored Michigan's other 1-2 point in
his -match with Tryon.t
The Wolverines failed to do any bet-
ter in the foursome matches as Berg-
eli, and Connor were shut out by
Cain and Hill while the other two
Michigan pairs, Vyse and Cole, and
Ahlstrom and Goodwin only managed
to snatch a half point each from their
respective clubmen rivals, Wallace
and Tyron, and Renchard and Schiap-
CHICAGO.-As the result of being
knocked down by a motor car, John
McGraw, manager of the Giants, will
be lost to the club for some time.
LOS ANGELE.-Charley Paddock,
American sprint star, will participate
in the western sectional Olympic
triIs here June 16.
MN AMEDASSIST ANT
WiIL TRYCOME-BACK WRESTLING COACH
Ther'on:Donahoe, '28, has been ap-
p)ointed1 assistant Varsity wr estling
Minnesota, Four Tiies D~efeated This coach for 1928-29, it was announced
Year, Wil Meet Dehen y sterday by Elton E. Wieman, assis-
Yea', ~lii Ieet_)Uhk£an -tant director of athletics. D~onahoe
At Minneapolis will succeed.Jd1ward1Solomon, '28.
BARTONformer 125>pound C Onferee chaain'p-
CQRNELL MEETS BARTON Ion.
The new assistant coach holds an
(Special to The Daily) enviable record s perhaps the best
MINNEAPOLIS, May 19.-An inex- wrestler 'ever prodlaCed at Michigan,
perienced Minnesota tennis team, do- and is coitsidered as a strong Olym-
Ipic possiblit y. In 1926, leis first year of
feated in its first four matches, will Varsi l titin, li won ye3r a
ittempt to garner -its first Big Ten strong fi to annex the X158 pound
Jictory when the touring Wolverine Big Ten championship, and was olec-
actmen invade Minneapolis tomorrow t(ed to ciltain the Wolverine grIappl-
aiternoon. ms in his junior year.
Handicapped at the start of the !-e retained his Conifereice title in
icason by ineligibiltiy and lack of 1927, complet.ing bis second year of
autdoo practice, the inexperienced 3ig Ten wrestlig wiiithout a defeat,
'opher team has been gradually j and after going through the 1928 dual
rounding into shape. On the basis of meet season unbeaten, suffered his
compairative scores, the Wolverines first loss to Captain Beer of Iowa in
are favored to defeat the Minnesota the final of the Conference tourna-
squad, which has been forced to bow ment in an overtime bout. Donahoe
to Northwestern, Iowa, Wisconsin, and also reached the semi-finals of the
Illinois, while the Maize and Blue national collegiate championship meet
Players have sustainedaa single loss at Ames, Iowa, this year.
n their first three starts at the hands
>f the Illinois netmen, and defeated Q1gi1 AiJ I ' 1i O _
Who swept the field of 26 entrants
in the annual Kentucky derby held at
Louisville, Ky., yesterday afternoon.
As a two-year old Reigh Count start-
cd 14 times, won first place four times,
and finished second three timcs. In
his most recent race, before the derby,
the Belmont fututrity, he placed
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Chambers (I) second; Seymour (M)
third. Time :50.2.
Two mile run-won by Abbott (I);,
Wuerfel (M) second; Fairfield (I)
third. Time 9:50.5.
220 yard low hurdles-won by Coop-
or (M) ; Jones (M) second; Rodgers
(I) third. Time :23.5. New dual meet
880 yard run-won by I. White (I);
Orlovich (I) second; Leonard (M)
third. Time 1:55.7. New dual meet
Pole vault- won by Barnes and
White (I) tied for first; Ileinsen (I)
third. H-eight 13 feet. New dual meet
Shot put-won by Lyon (I); Kim-
mell (I) second; Poorman (M) third.
Distance 46 feet 6 1-4 inches.
High jump-won by Carr, Miller,
and Wachowski (I) all tied for first.
Height 5 feet 8 inches.
Javelin throw-won by knoopp (M) 5
Glass (I) second; Gerard (I) third.
Distance 176 feet 4 1-2 inches.
Discus throw-won by Lyon (I);
Kimmell (I) second; Carlson (M)
third. Distance 142 feet 7 inches. New
dual meet record.
Broad jump-won by J. Simon (I);
Sibbitt (I) second; F. Simon (1) third.
Distance 23 feet 3 3-4 inches.
Hammer throw-won by Ketz (M);
Williams (M) second; Allman (I)
third. Distance 157 feet 1 inch.
EVANSTON-In its drive toward an
undisputed Conference baseball cham-
ionship, Michigan easily defeated
Northwestern here, 6-2, Friday, for
its ninth consecutive Big Ten victory
Who yesterday defeated the crack
lini mile trio in the Michigan-Illi-
ois dual meet at Champaigne. Mon-
oe finished the run in the rather
low time of 4:29.5, breaking the tape
head of Stine and Ponzer, of Illinois.
TOLAN STARSIN SPRINTS
Two slams and ten additional first
places gave the Michigan fresbmcn
track team an 80 2-3 to 63 1-3 victory
over the yearling squad of Illinois in
the telegraphic meet held last week.
The slams were scored in the mile and
the two mile runs by Groehn, Benson,
and Bazely, and Grohen, Cody, and
Not to be entirely overshadowed by
the Wolverines, the Illini took all
three places in the low hurdles, two
other first places, and the relay.
Tolan, Michigan star freshman
sprinter, took the highest number of
points for the yearlings by taking first
places in both the 100 yard dp-sh and
the 220 yard dash.
100 yard dash-Won by Tolan (M);
Murray (M) second; Smith (M),
Kraus (I), Leffler (I) tied for third.
220 yard dash--Won by Tol-an (M);
Kraus (I) second; Dickinson (I)
40 yard"run-Won by Cook (M);
Starret (I), Kelley (I), Andrews (I)
tied for second and third. Time--:49-
880 yard run--Won by Benson (M);
Mueller (M) second; Starrett (I)
220 yard low hurdles-Won by
Cave (I); Sentman (I) second; Burk-
hart (I) third. Time -,:24.5.
Mile-Won by Grohen (M); Benson
(M) second; Bazley (M') third. Time
(Continued on Page Seven.)
of the season. It was also
successive Conference loss
by the Wildcats this year.
NORTHW'N AR R II
Izard, 3b .......4 0 0
Adelstine, 3b ...1 0 0
Welch, If......4 0 1
Kadison, 2b ....3 0 0
Johnson, rf ....4 0 0
Palmer, p ......1 0 0
Heideman, p ....3 0 0
Jacobs, ef........3 0 1
IHolleb, lb .....3 0 01
M'Allese, lb ...1 0 0
Foster, c .......3 1 1
Prantge, ss ....4 1 2
Totals.......34 2 52
'he Purple team decisively.
The first singles will bring togeth-
er the two captains, Cornell of Minne-
sota and Barton of Michigan, who ap-
pears due to revenge himself for his
defeat by the Gopher in the second
round of the 1927 Big Ten tourna-
ment. The remainder of the Minne-
sota team will be picked from among,
Robb, Wolff, Chesler, Sundeen, Peter-
son, and Knapp, while the Wolverine
lineup will include Moore, Graham,
Heaney, Algyer, and Schaefer.
Captain Barton and Moore, 1927 Big
Ten champions, should be given a.
hard fight in the first doubles by
hesler and Wolff, a pair of Minnesota
PLAYS OHIO NEXT
Having clinched the Conference
championship, the Wolverine baseball
team will play two of its three re-
maining games this week when the
team leaves tomorrow night for Col-
umbus to meet the Buckeyes on Tues-
day, and Harvard comes here to play
a return contest on Saturday.
Asbeck is slated to do mound duty
against Ohio, while McAfee is expect-
ed to oppose the Crimson here. liar-
vard handed Michigan its only de-
feat since the spring training trip in
a game played at Cambridge last
PAYNE RETAINS LEAD AS
BUNION DERBY ADVANCES
(By Associated Press)
WELLSVILLE, N. Y., May 19.-Four
hundred miles from New York, the
end, of the road, C. C. Pyle's transcon-
tinental derbyists today had Bath, N.
Y., 51 miles to the east, as their goal
Andrew Payne, Claremont, f'Okla.,.
youth, retained his hold on first place
MICHIGAN TAKES TEN
FIRSTS TO WIN MEET
MICHt(GAN AB R t
Nebelung, cf ...3 0 0
Loos, ss .......4 1 1
Lange, rf ......4 0 1
Corriden, 2b ...4 1 1
Oosterbaan 1b ..5 1 2
Weintraub, 3b ..4 0 2
McCoy, If ......4 1 1
Reichman, c ...2 2 1
Asbeck, p......3 0 2
Totals ......33 6 11
Score By Innings
Michigan.............003 110 010-6
Northwestern .........000 000 200-2
Two 'base hits-Corriden, Wein-
traub. Three base hit-Oosterbaan.
Hit by pitcher-by Palmer (Loos).
Struckout- by Asbeck 8, by Palmer
1, by Ileidman 2. Bases on balls-
off Asbeck 1, off Palmer 1.
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