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"T M °T C I--I I G A


SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1930

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Hicks Takes Low Medal of
Day With 146, Royston
Second With 149.


.By scoring clean sweeps in every
one of their matches, both in the
singles and foursomes, the -Michi-
gan golf squad soundly trimmed
Chicago 18-0 yesterday over the
Barton Hills layout to make their
-string of Conference dual meet vic-
tories stretch to 20 straight.
By beating. the Maroons yester-
day the Wolverines made it their
third straight conference win of
this season, Purdue and Ohio State
having fallen victim to their steady
In the morning foursomes, played
under the new role of having the
foursomes in the morning and the
singles in the afternoon, Hicks and
Royston paired together, beat Klein
and Drain of Chicago, 3-0. Both
Flicks and Royston had 73's for
their morning round, with a best
ball of 69. The other Michigan
pair, Howard and Lenfesty, also
made a slam in their match, win-!
ning 3-0 over the Chicago duo ofj
Groscurth and Cunningham. How-
ard had a 76 and Lenfesty had a
77 with a best ball between them
of 72.
In the afternoon singles match-
es Michigan completed the slam,
winning all four of them, 3-0, mak-
ing a total of 12-0 in this group,
which, coupled with the morning
lead of 6-0 gave them their decisive
In the afternoon singles matches
Hicks won from Groscurth 4 up. and
3, shooting another 73 for the low
medal of the day. Royston beat
Klein .5 and 3 taking a 76 for his
second round. Lenfesty'turned over1
a new leaf for -the afternoon round
*inning from Drain 2 and 1, shoot-
ing a 73 for his eighteen. Lenfes-
ty's out nine on tthe afternoon
round showed much promise with a
36, one over par.
Ahlstropi replaced Howard in the
singles matches on the Wolverine
line-up to win from Cunningham
one up, completing the slam for the
Wol ries. At no point during the
entire met d.d it appear that Chi-J
cago had more ftan an outside
chance for a .win in any of their
In the morning rounds Hicks and
Royston stroked their way over the
outgoing nine playing .each hole in
the same score, each of them tak-
ing fours over the first five holes.
In the other foursome of Howard'
and Lenfesty the Chicago pair werea
defeated by the more steady play
of the Wolverines.
Ahlstrom is to meet Livingston,
today over the same course to de-
termine who is to be the fifth man
on the Wolverine line-up when they
leave for the conference meet on
Tuesday. Lenfesty's game, lately
somewhat ragged, settled down con-
siderably yesterday which should
give Michigan a solid front against
the opposition of next week.
Earle Sande Will Ridef
Gallant Fox in Derby
(By Assciatd ress)
BALTJMORE, May 10. - Gallant
Fox is going to Louisville Sunday to1
run in the Kentucky Derby the fol-
lowing Saturday, and, says Earl
Sande, who will ride the victor of
the fortieth Preakness, "he'll win."
As Sande, best known of Ameri-
can jockies, climbed down grinning
from his mount at Pimlico yester-
day after winning his first Preak-'
ness in five attempts, he was en-
thusiastic over the Belair stud's
son of Sir Galahad, III. :
"In all my years I was never on
a horse that went so fast down the
back lane," he exclaimed.

100 yard dash--Tolan (M) first;
Campbell (M), second; Useman (I),
third. Time 9.8.
One mile run-Makeever (I>,
first; Evans (jD, second; Wolf (M),
third. Time 4:23.5.
220 yard 4ash-Tolan (M), First;
Campbell (M). second: Useman (I),
third. Time 22 seconds.
120 yard high hurdes-Sentman
(I), first; Rogers (I), second; Et-
nyer (I), third. Time 14.8.
440 yard dash- Dale Seymour,
(M), first; Russell (M), second;
Dalton Seymour (M), third. Time.
Two mile runi-Austin (M), first;
Fitzgibbons CM), second; Tocksrein
(I), third. Time 10:2.5.
220 yard: low hurdles--Sentman
(I), first; Burkhart (I), second;
Rogers (I), third. Time 24.9.
Half rile run-Evans (I), first;
McLaughlin (M), second; Mueller
(M), third. Time 1:58.
16 pound shot-Brooks (M), first;
Poorman (M), second; Wineland
(I) ,third. Distance 45' 7 1-4". 1
Pole vault-McDermont (I), first;
Pottle (M), second; Harper (I),
third. Height of bar, 12 foot, six
inches. McDermont went on to set!
a new Ferry Field record at 13 feet, f
5 1-2 inches.
Discus-Brooks (M), first; San-
derson (M), second; Celaya (I),
third. Distance, 144 feet,.7 1-2 in.
High jump-Carr, Miller, Sent-
man, all of Illinois, tied for first
at 5 feet 6 inches.
Hainmer-H. Campbell (M), first;
Patton (M), second; Howard (I),
third. Distance, 163 feet,-3 1-2 in.
Rrad Jump--Chapman, (M),
first; Sentman (I), second; Bar-
tholomew (I), third. Distance, 23
feet, 9 inches. -
Javelin throw-Chambers (I),
first; Douglas (M), second; Bru-
baker (M), third. Distance 183
feet, 2 inches.

Northwestern Team Takes NineIt
First Places and Scores ;
I } s
Fifty Points.
y.......::. s!
Detroit Northwestern's galloping s
colt rode roughshod over the en- r
tire field in the Michigan Inter-t
scholastic Outdoor Track Meet yes- r
terday morning on Ferry Field. A
perfectly balanced team, carried'
away nine first places, two thirds,
and shared one third place withi
Redford in the pole vault, amass-e
ing a team total of 50 and a halfy
Ward again proved the mainstay -=-
of the winning team and was '
awarded the individual high point Jimmy Foxx,l
trophy. His total was 15, taking Who has come back into his last r
firsts in both hurdle events and set-
ting a new mark in the high jump year's hitting form and is giving j
of 6 feet., 1 3-4 in. The previous Al Simmons keen conpetition for ]
meet record stood since 1906 and 1 batting honors on the Athletics'i
was held by Patterson, U. of D. team. Foxx has pounded out his
High. sixth homer of the season and his
Northwestern fulfilled all predic- retun hel of the big hi-
tions and finished in the favorite return to the lists of the big hit-'
position they were supposed to oc- ters has aided Connie Mack in re-
cupy. This meet marks the last gaining the lead in the American
appearance of Detroit high schools 'League.
in Ann Arbor. Officials of that city
have adopted a new policy in run- A THLETICS AND IND)
ning high school track meets and
the decision will prevent them from TO STRENGTHEA
entering this annual meet.
The power of the Colt thinclads NATIONAL LEAGUE.
gave them an advantage of 35 1-2. R H EI
points over their nearest rival, Ann 1 Brooklyn . . . .010 301 101- 7 16 0
Arbor, who finished second with a Pittsburgh . .000 000 000- 0 2 3
total of ;15 points, scoring firsts in Elliot and Lopez; Kremer, Erick-I
two events, one second and two son, Chagnon and Hargreaves.
fourths. Scott Toledo ran close R H EC
third with 14 1-2 points. Eastern, Philadelphia 022 010 003- 8 15 2l
Lansing was third with 12, and Cincinnati . 404 011 00* -10 15 11
Redford next with 11. Elliot, Collins, Smythe, Collard1
The only thrills of the meet were and McCurdy; Lucas and Gooch.
Ward's performance in the three R H E
events he won, and the relay which New York .304 000 110- 9 16 21
was run in .heats for time. Ann Chicago .....200 000 020- 4 7 2
Arbr's winning team was Compos- Genewich and Hogan; Malone,a
ed of Wagner, Wakefield, Matthews Nlo n atet
and Zahner as anchor man.
R H 'E
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN- Boston'......000 010 000- 1 5 0
Glenn F. Thistlethwaite, head foot .St. Louis . . . .200 100 00*- 3 6 01
ball coach, declared that college Brandt and Gowdy; Grabowski
women and not college men were and Wilson.
the biggest drinkers and opponents AMERICAN LEAGUE.
of prohibition in refuting the AEINLAG .
charges made by W. W. Roper, head! R H E
coach at Princeton, before the Detroit. ...100 011 002- 5 8 11
house judiciary conimittee that New York .003 000 47*-14 16 2
college drinking was the bane of I Hogsett, Sullivan, Herring and1
prohibition. I Rensa; Gomez and Hargrave.

Illinois: .Lymperopoulos singledc,
hrough short. He stole second and
ook an extra base when Truskow- faze and Blue Drop nly Two forced to bow before the strong
ki threw wild to second, he then Matches to Overwhelm Buckeye duo of Okerbloom and
tole home. Fuzak walked. Tryban Strong Buckeyes. Greenberg in three thrilling sets,
acrificed, Compton to Hudson1 Fred Brace, a. sophomore, again
Mills shot a hard smash at Daniels Taking five out of six singles proved himself to be an outstand-
and the ball went through into! matches and two out of three dou-'igpae n n ftems
right center for a three base hit, h -ng player and one of the most
coring Fuzak. Williams sent a sac- bles against the Ohio State tennis promising new men on the squad.
rifice fly to Straub, scoring Mills. team yesterday afternoon on the Playing a beautiful brand of tennis,
Daniels threw out Brown. Three Ferry Field courts, the Wolverine with accurate serves and fast re-
uns, two hits, one error. netmen chalked up their initial turns, Brace took his singles match
Michigan: .Butler -grounded - to ConferenA win of the season by a, from Brown, 6-1, 6-2. In spite of
Tryban. Superko was out, Mills to! score of 7-2. The Michigan team the fact that the combination of
Brown. Hompkins fouled to Lym- played heads up tennis all through Brace and Hammer lost their dou-
peropoulous. " No runs, no hits, no 'the meet to down the strong Buck- bles, the excellent display of form
errors eyes with little difficulty. on the part of Brace, aided by the
SECOND INING. Beal, playing number one man steady play of Captain Hammer
Illinois: .Steuernagel rolled to for Michigan lost his match to pressed ;the Buckeye pair through-
Myron. Fencl grounded out, Hudson Okerbloom of Ohio State in three out. ~after losing the first set, 2-6,
unassisted. Gbur was out,-Hudson to sets 3-6, 6-4, 0-6. The combina- the Michigan team reversed the
Cordpton, who covered first. No tion of Hammer and Brace were (Continued on Page 7)
runs, no hits, no errors..
Nichigan: Hudson flied to . Steuer-
nagel. Straubb singled to left. My-
ron popped to. Tryban. Truslkowski

fanned. No runs, one hit, no errors.
Illinois: Compton tossed out Lym-
peropoulos. Fuzak singled to left.
Compton threw wild attempting to
catch Fuzak off first and .the run-
ner went all the way to third on
(Continued on Page. 7)


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St. Louis . . . .000 000 000- 0
Boston ......000 100.01*- 2
Gray and Ferrell; Gaston

2 0
5 0


Final Scrimmage Will be Held I
Before Training Trophy
Is Awarded.
Final scrimmage in the Spring'
training sessions for Michigan's
gridders will take place Monday at
14:15 in the stadium. This game will
complete Coach Kipke's spring
program. Despite the lack of north
winds or anything else that goes
with football breather, the candi-
dates have labored daily and the
three teams are in the best possi-
ble condition for this time of the
Just before the moth balls are
carefully placed around the mole-
skins which are doing overtime, the
award of the spring training trophy
will be announced. Representatives
I of the donner will arrive from Chi-
cago about Wednesday and the win-
ner will receive the cup as soon as a
decision is reached.
The game on Monday will be un-
der the personal direction of the
entire Michigan coaching regime.
"Kip" has sufficient material for
three teams despite the drain on
his forces through the bell team
and other Spring activities.

Cleveland ... 010 003 000- 4 10 0
Philadelphia 020 200 002- 6 7 0
Hudlin, Jailonowski and Sewell;
Walberg, Earnshaw and Cochrane.
Chicago .. ..001 000 000- 1 5 1
Washington .022 010 00x- 5 9 1
Faber, Henry and Riddle; Liska
and Tate.
American League.
Gehringer (Det.)
Gehrig (N. Y.)
Berry (Bost.)
National League.
Wilson (Chi.)
Kelly (Cinn.)
Frisch (St. L.)
Wilson (St. L.)
Terry (N. Y.)
Klein (Phila.)

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