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Clyde
TAKES HISTIC ACE
OVR UDY OUS
First Son Of Man-O-War Shows
Speed In Two Lengt~h Win
Before Big Crowd?
NAISLAPUR IS SECOND
(By Associated Press)
CHURCHILL DOWNS; Louisville,
Ky., May 18.-A flash of lightning,
a clap of thunder, a swirling rush
through the mire-and Clyde Van
Dusen flashed home through the
mud and rain today to victory in
the fifty-fifth running of the his-
toric Kentucky Derby.
This great three-year-old gelding,
first son of Man-O'-War, to win the
classic prize, lived up to all his
advanced notices as a mud runner
by dashing out in front, holding
the lead against a succession of
spirited challenges and beating the
hope of the far west, Chafee Earl's
speedy Naishapur by two good
lengths in a fine closing drive.-
Panchio In Third
An outsider, Panchio, represent-
ing the Three D's stock farm of
Fort Wort Tex., finished with a
rush to, eat the favorite and
home-bred hope, Col. E. R. Brad-
ley's Blue Larkspur, for third place.
Close to 60,000 spectators, a nota-
ble gathering, at least half of which
,was drenched by a terrific storm
that broke an hour before the
Derby and lasted until it was over.
saw the gallant little offspring of
Man-O'-War riden to victory over
20 rivals in masterful style by
Linus (Pony) McAtee. The veteran
jockey thereby scored his second tri-
umph in three years.
Winner Gets $53,950
The race, having a value of
$64,475, was worth $53,950, to the
winner's owner, in addition to'
which Mr. Gardner received the,
$5,000 gold cup from the hands of'
Gov. Sampson of Kentucky in the
colorful ceremonies that followed
the running. The victor's share in
the spoils is. the second largest on
record, surpassed only 'by the sum
of $55,375 ,which went to Reigh
Count last year, when a record field
of 22 horses started.
Nature Helps Winner
The elements, the. track, the mud
and the rain all seemed made to
order for Clyde Van Dusen, and the
chestnut gelding, bearing the name
of his trainer, made the most of it.
Apparently handicapped, along with
Blue Larkspur, in being placed on
the extreme outside of the un-
wieldy field, waiting serenely while

Van Dusen

Wins

Fifty-Fifth

Annual

Badger Linksrmen Are Defeated By Wolverine Golfers

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/_SPOR TS BRIE 4.S
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One of the strongest fields to Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig, I
enter a Western Conference court the fence busting twins of the
tourney will begin its quest for Big New York Yankees, have both '
Ten individual net laurels next Fri- started the season off right in
day at Columbus. In all probabil- the matter of collecting cir- I

MEET OHIO TOMORlROW

INTRAMURAL DEPARTMENT WILL
COMPENSATE SPORT STAFF TEAMS

ity George Lott representing the
Maroon of Chicago will outclass
the rest of the field in the spring
classic.f
Veteran performers such as
Stew Cornell of Minnesota,
Horace Barton' of Michigan,
and Schoaff of Ilinois, should ]
do much to contribute to the
strength of the field while ofl
the new men 'Spencer and
Hammer of Michigan, and Riel
of Northwestern, have shown 1
form.

cuit smashes. Gehrig leads the
league with eight, while Ruth is
following closely behind with
five.
Two youngsters, one of them a
newcomer to the Barnard circuit,'
and one veteran, are tied with the'
Bambino for four-base wallops.
Earl Averill, by punching out two
homers Friday, raised his total to
five to tie the mark of the Babe,
Jimmy Fox, slugging Philadelphia
first sacker, and Al Simons, Ath-
letic outfielder.

The home run race in the Amer-
ican league is getting well underz
way with last year's leaders again
setting the pace. Only one new- _
comer to the circuit has any chance t
at present to overtake the leaders,
but several other first year men
show promise of developing into
sluggers if given a little more oppor- An unexpected rain called a
tunity _-- _-------- sudden halt to the Varsity Reserve-
BAREFOOT DRAKE TRACK 'Freshman tennis scheduled for
STAR PRONOUNCED SANE yesterday afternoon with but two
of the six singles matches played.
(Cy As,;ociaieu i'ss) With the score tied as the result
DES MOINES, Ia., May 18.- of an even break in Saturday aft-
Jesse Joy, Drake university's bare- I ernoons matches the remainder of
foot track athlete, was pronounced the matches will probably be play-
sane after two hearings before thel
county, insanity com'nmission Tmurs- ed off toniorrow, weather permit-
day. He had been held since Tues- ting.
day- following threats officers said In the only matches played
he made against Ossie Solemn,- Phelps, playing first man for the
Drake athletic director, and Miss reserves gained a hard fought vic-
Emma Huyck, art instructor. He tory over- Ryan of the yearling
must report to Solem each day.;-

Traditional supremacy of the Two out of three basketball
n Psport staff in competition with her games will be planned for the
Michigan Lineup Presents Problem j teams along with a similar series
With Choice Of Fourth publication rivals will be rewarded for volley ball.
Place Undecided next year in a substantial manner, A series of two out of three games
it was announced late yesterday will be scehduled {in basketball,
afternoon by Earl Riskey, intra- indoor baseball, and volley ball
LOOP IS BUCKEYE STAR mural supervisor. while the competition will be fin-
; A winner in all previous en- ished off betweerl the two factions
Coach Trueblood's Var: Ilj golf counters in the realms of basket- in bowling. The bowling teams
team, undefeated leaders of the Big ball, and baseball with the editor- will be composed of five- men and
Ten race, will meet Ohio State ial staff of this august publication the total score will decide the is-
Monday at Columbus in an attempt the sport writers have been forced- sue.;
i nsto console themselves with merely The winners in each sport will
to annex its seventeenth straight the satisfaction of winning. How- receive individual gold medals and
victory. ever beginning with next year a should either contingent win in
Ohio State, last year's individual regular schedule of encounters in three of the four sports a suitable
champions, will present a lineup four sports will be planned. between trophy will be awarded. This in-
that includes only one veteran per- I the sportmen and the editorial de- novation will certainly be a bene-
former and a bevy of sophomores. partment. ficial thing for the intra-publica-.
Loop, the only experienced man on tions competition. The sportsmen
the team, is rated as one of the. w r Tllr ' % who have, made a habit of winning
best players in the Conference, but with ridiculous ease, will, perhaps,
the remainder of last year's squad' Lbe offered a bit more competition
was claimed by graduation. j B by their sluggish rivals.
Lost To N'western" EDITORIAL
I In the Buckeyes' only meet of L U Il
the year they lost to Northwestern
by a score of 12 to 6. Inasmuch as I iS1U IX AMES
Michigan soundly trounced the LONDAON Ma 1-Commenting'eAsEs-_
Wildcats they should have no trou-- LONDON, May 1$.-Commenting,
ble in disposing of the Bucks. on Joyce Wethered's victory overj
Michigan's regular team of Glenna Collett in the British wom- y A'soci ted Pres>.
Bergelin, Ward, and Lewis will en's golf championship, London's' AMES, a., May 18.-Missouri
start, while Royston, Livingston, or dnewti took the second game of a two
Ahlstrom will hold down the fourth I pp oday expressed grat ame B Sixeies from the Iowa
position. All three are capable of cation over the fact that Great Stt ietdy o3
playing a good game, so that the Britain was able to hold at least one Fieldcamp, one armed pitcher for
insertion of either of the men will of its sports championships, but Missouri, held the Cyclones at bay
not materially weaken the Michi- tempered that observation with throughout. The seven hits theE
gan team, recognition that the margin be- Cyclones' touched him for wereI
'0---- ------- - - twen the two women golfers was scattered . and the Bengals never
- THIS PAGE EDiTE]) extremely small. were endangered after taking a
BY sI All of them paid tribute to the three run lead in the initial in-
S. CADWELL SWANSON American champion, "who fought ning. Five errors contributed to
o -- -o with great courage, determination 'Ames' defeat.

Derby

F[IFTEENTH__STRAIG'HT
Michigan Cinches Match In First
Rounds With Score Of 11-1
In Morning
WARD TAKES LOW BALL
Cinching their fifteenth consecu-
tive Conference dual meet victory
in the morning singles round, the
Wolverine Varsity golf team turned
back the threat of Wisconsin yes-
terday over the difficult Barton
Hills course with a score of 16Y-1f2.
At the end of the morning matches
the count stood 11-1 with Michigan
in the lead, but the foursomes
scheduled for the afternoon were
played in order that the gallery
which came out to witness these
matches would not be disappointed.
Dave Ward, former State amateur
champion, again annexed the low
score honors for the day when
he shot a fine 73 over the tricky
course, but he was hard pushed by
Captain Johnny Berglin who took
74 strokes to negotiate the lay-out.
Jim Lewis turned in a 76, while
Frank Royston, playing Michigan's
number four positon finished with
a 78.
SPlaying as number one Ward
took three points from the Wiscon-
sin captain, C. Hunter Sheldon
Ewhen he defeated him three up and
one to play, winning both nines
I and 18 without difficulty. Ward
has ben undefeated in the Big Ten
this season, and should make a
strong bid for first honors at the
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