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Minnesota Exhibits Unexpected
Strength in Dual Contest
With Northwestern.
Intent on keeping their Big Ten
dual meet record clean from defeat,
21 Wolverine track stars will invade
Minnesota today to match times
and distances with a strong Min-
nesot a track team. Both squads
have victories to their credit over
Conference opponents this season,
but the Maize and Blue reigns as a
slight favorite in the predictions.
Gophers Show Strength.
Against Northwestern the Goph-
ers showed unexpected strength, es-
pecially in the field events, and
romped off with an easy victory
",over the Wildcats. On the other
hand Michigan going into a dual
meet with the Illini was slated to
taste defeat, but emerged on the
long end of a 74-61 count.
A brilliant Gopher star, Johnny
Hass, proved himself to be one of
the outstanding trackmen at Min-
nesota in the Northwestern meet
by annexing 16 points to take in-j
dividual high scoring honors for theI
meet. He copped first in the two.
dashes, the low hurdles, and a thirdl
in the broad jump. However, with
Campbell and Tolan running
against him in the dash events, he,
should not take quite so many;
points against Michigan. Hass turn-'
ed ina 9.9 in the 100 and a 21.9 in
the 220.C
Hass Should Win Hurdles.
In the hurdle events Hass took'
the lows with his teammate LaRo-
quet running third in the race. Thes
Gophers should take some points'l
in these races since neither Pot-
ter nor Wood are capable of any
sterling performances in theirt
event. I
The broad jump, however, should
be another matter, since Tierney,I
who won against Northwestern withc
a jump of 22 feet 4 inches will have
to match the 22 feet 9 inches chalk-
up by Chapman of Michigan. Ch~ap- t
man, however, is the only Mic i- d
gan man who can win from Tiern-
ey, leaving the rest of the places
more or less of a toss-up..
In the mile Wilson Wied, who wonr
his event from the Wildcats, will
probably be able to repeat against
Wolfe of Michigan, who finishedI
third against Illinois. However, the h
Illini entries, Makeever and Evanso
are of higher " calibre than Wied. [
(Continued on Page 7) e

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Before record breaking crowds, These tw o horses are the favor- Tl~ P
with the Earl of Derby himself in with Gallant Fox holding the TEGOPRERS
the judge's stand, the fastest horse-'lead wihth ooir.HghFota ___
flesh in America will flash from Breezing Through, and Buckeye
the barrier today in the 57th run- Poet are also getting some consid- Mtnncsot Court Squad Expected 7 ..w,
ny. of the stori Ked Der- eration with Crack Brigade and to Offer Real Opposition
ed, interest is running high and Ned 0. coming in for their share ii Today's Match.
reportserest irning hh a of the betting. Broadway Limited,!
r the $65,000 yearling, is not living
crowdsmpourg nt Loui1ville h up to expectations and KilkerryYUTZY WILL MEET BEAL . .
competel filedwho has turned in fast trials, went ~-
many Derby fans were staying in lame last Monday and is not con- Fresh from a shutout victory over
Lexington. yadi o o-
A sidered a threat. the Badgers on Thursday, the Wol- w
who will run first is the talk of The main point of contention veine racquet handlers will invadE
owners, jockeys, sportsmen, and centered around Gallant Fox has the lair of the Gopher today intentI
the real fans of the racing world, been whether he could take to the upon adding another Conferencei
the 'Rail Birds.' With the eastern mud i case Derby Day dawned vipo ai aot.he Conn Fi
sentiment strong for their repre- with a wet track. Easterners be-i
winner, lieve that this question is out, now encounter was quite satisfactory e
sentative, the Preakness frmihentadpitofthereul
Gallant Fox with Earl Sande ' that Sande has taken the Fox overom the stapit of the result
carriers of the colors of William' the route in heavy mud to clock achieved, although the matches
caerersmuchheccloserfWithan : the:::score-".to
Woodward, vice-chairman of the the time of 2:19. Returning to the were much closer than the score te.
Jockey Club of New York, it would stables Sande emarked that he In most of the atches the WolLe
seem that this year's derby is an-. was satisfied for he had been pull- Ines were fa h esed.
ing the horse up and that they verines were fairly hard-pressed,
other repetition of the old east- pwould run rst in a sea of mud. particularly in the doubles matches Walter Johnson,
tucky's hope and cash is centered With this point settled odds chang- which were carried to three sets. Manager of the Washington Sen-
an Tannery, the Prichard colt en- ed to 8 to 5 and if the going is fair All the singles matches were con- ators, who has piloted his club to a I
try he will probably go to the post 6 cluded in straight sets. berth near the top of the American
to 5. Gophers Defeat Badgers. League in the early season games.
The Gophers have achieved aes
American Walker Cup Tannery, the pride of the blue triumph over the Badger squad by__________
'grass, has been considered the pick a 6-3 score this year. This match
TecamRetarons T rophy1 ra t
___of the mudders and with the fore- was played somewhat earlier in the
(By Associated Press> cast of rain he will probably have a season, however, and since that BOX SCORES
SANDWICH, Eng., May 16. - The chance to show his skill. The time Coach Phil Brain has been
American Walker Cup team today Prichard entry is a strong favorite ableto correct many of the faults NATIONAL LE
with the men from the south and i the Minnesota players that were AGUE
five times before by defeating the after turning in the time of 1:59 evident in the matches played Brooklyn ..E143 000 011-10 16 1
fie tis efore sydefmatin gothe2-5 over the mile and furlong earlier in the season. The Gopher Cincimnti . . 40 0 10 3
British teary of star amateur golf-ICicnai 20010-3103oushs
ers, 10 points to 2. Seven of eight course in a short workout his stock men have also added two other Vance & Deberry; Lucas, Kolp &
singles matches were won today had a decided rise. New York books Conference matches to their play- Gooch.
n had him down for a 6 to 1 shot ing experience, which will be use- HRE
terday's play. and now money is being taken at ful to them when they face the Chicago .......002 005 001- 8 10 0
Francis puimet was !he only the Downs for a 3 to 1 chance. Varsity netmen this afternoon. St. Louis ... .000 202 104- 9 21 ,.
rians tOume dwa they - Minnesota's ranking squad has Carlson, Malone & Hartnett; Hal-
American to suffer defeat in the Ibe opsdo uzMralaaLnsy
singles play, the Bostonian falling Cainpus Soccer Team been composed of Yutzy, Morgan, ahan, Lindsey, Frankhouse &
before the deadly aceuracy of T. A. t Wolff, and Heliak. Yutzy, playing in! Wilson..
toMeet Local Club number one position, is a strong Philadelphia - Pittsburgh - wet
TorreJce. volleyer and is especially adept at grounds.
Bobby Jones, the American cap- Coach Johnstonc's all-campus- the net, game. He promises to give No other game scheduled.
tain, won from the British captain,' soccer team will meet the Ann Ar- Bealnplenty of opposition when the N t AME LEAUE
Roger Wethered, nine and eight. bor Soccer Club this afternoon at two meet today. i First game:
George Voigt's defeat of Sir 3 o'clock on South Ferry Field in Count on Morgan. i
Ernest Holderness was the most what should be one of the best Morgan has been winnin reg- W H R E
crushing of the day, his margin be- games that the Campus eleven has . .ularl this season and is being i Pashigton 020 000 010- 5 13 1i
ing i0 up and eight to play dhp lal this spaoradisbing Philadelphia 000 000 030-- 3 10 11
in 0u n ih opa.played thi srigconted upon to press Silverman:I
1-ladley & Spencer; Walberg,
Harrison R. (Jimmy) Johnston, in last Saturday's game with the to the init. Wolff is a driver of re- I Quinn i Cochrane.
the American amateur champion, Detroit Soccer Club the Johnstone- mnarkable power who will give aI, HR El
defeated the British amateur chain- coached team showed considerable good account of himself against Second game:
pion, Cyril Tolley, five and four, strength in holding the Detroit ag- I anyone the Wolverine mentor may Washington ..000 001 030- 4 6 1
and Roland MacKenzie, an alter- gregation to a 7-5 win. The close choose to send against him. 1 Philadelphia 000 000 000- 0 3 0!
nate on the American team playing contest was all the more impres- The Michigan mentor has ex- I Liska & Ruel; Earnshaw, Mahaf- i
n place of Jess Sweetzer, defeated sive since the Detroiters are one of perienced trouble in pairing oI his 1 fey & Schang, Perkins.
William Campbell, six and five. the strongest teams in amateur doubles representatives this season. H R El
Don Moe, the young Oregonian, soccer in the state. Yesterday's match was an improve- New York ... 000 200 011- 4 8 0!
had the hardest battle, and was the The Michigan line-up for today's ment over what has been exhibited Boston.....002 000 021- 5 6 1
only player to reach the home hole game will include: Zut4sbi, Eapon, so far this year but the coach is Gomez, Johnson, Sherid & Har-
on the American team. He defeat- Jungito, Madero, Valvrrdi, Kim, not yet satisfied that he is getting grave; MacFayden, Durham & Ber-
ed J. A. Stout one up. ISuez, Gill, Dee and Caifield. (Continued on. Page 7) ry.

[ifi opes of Ousting Badgers! Wolves will journey to Columbu
for 81'g Ten Championship for an encounter with the Buckeye
Ded on Outcome. team Monday afternoon, the inial
Dependn u egame before returning home.
-I Today's game is being watched
O FACP OHIO MONDAY with interest by followers of colle-
giate sports. Although the Wol-
Going to Illinois from North- verines' title hopes have been dash-
estern. the Wolverine baseball ed to the ground by their recent de-
am will renew its rivalry with the feats, the Illini are fighting it out
dian nine this afternoon on the with the Badgers for first honors
<amond at Champaign. Thirteen in the Big Ten championship race,
ien, accomipanied by Coach ' Ray I and should the Michigan nine uip-
sher, are making the trip which set the Indians, Wisconsin wuold
cludes an invasion of three Con- gain a decided advantage.
rence schools in four days. Despite the fact that the Wolver-
Michigan's squad is going directly ines are not battling for the champ-
Illinois from the Wildcat camp I ionship they are out to revenge
r today's game with the Suckers. heir recent defeat suffered at the
aving Champaign tomorrow, the (Continued on Page 7)

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