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PAGEC SI

THE MICHIGAN DAILY*

SUNDAY, MAY 18, 1931

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VARSITY

NINE

MEETS

OHI-I

STATE

TOMORROW

MVOLVERINES WIL
First Game Between Teams Ends
- in 3-3 Tie; Is Third Set-to
in Four Days.

Gallant
PURDUE CLOSES
BIG SPORT YEAR

Fox

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Home

First

in

Big

Track

Event

BIG TE GOS i Mt

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Wins Annual Kentucky Derby U

NEITH-ER

TEAM STRONG

Most
in

Successful Athletic Season
History of School Will
Finish This Week.

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DETRIT SWAMP S
Tigers Hit Hard to Win Game
by 12-7 Count; Seven Homers
Knocked During Day.

Sande Rides Woodward Entry to
Victory Before Large
Crowd of Fans.

Faced with the necessity of win- Which Starts Tuesday at
nling. at least three of the last four (.'~taI to The Dai'v) Y
Conference baseball games remain- LAFAYETTE, Ind., May 17.--The Northwestern. I
ing on its schedule to compile an greatest sport year in Purdue uni-1
even fairly satisfactory record in y y h h MICHIGAN IS FAVORED smaue
Big Ten competition this year, the e h ya is iu mr:m.
Michigan nine will face the Ohio the Boilermaker institution undis- aaOpening the annual Conference] I
State team at Columbus tomorrow puted titles in both football and golf meet at Evanston next Tuese
in the second game of the two game basketball in addition to high team day and continuing the play
series between the two schools. and individual honors in ,other through Wednesday some of the
In Bhe previous engagement with sports, will be brought to a close strongest teams ever turned out in
the Buckeyes at Ann Arbor earlier'drn th coigwe wihtehsryftesptaesledo
in the year the two teams played during the coming week with t iory oh spot are aed
a 3 to 3 tie that was called because championship meets in track, ten- play. Michigan stands at the head
fdarkness at the end of the ninth nis and golf and the final two of the list of favorites w
innng d ne tat teen ether oft baseball .games of the season. Fol- loss in Big Ten competition this"
thne t ha done nthgstart flowing this week., all of Purdue's year. Showing strength in the sin-
ling in the way of causing upsets teams will turn in their suits with gles play and still weak in doubles
Big Ten c petiting upssthe exception of the tennis squad, match work the Wolverine golfers
Is Third in Four Days. which will compete in the Big Ten will have to extend themselves to
The Ohio State game will make title meet at Chicago, May 29-31. take the title.
the third that the Wolverines have Finale for the track squad will Northwestern has entered the
played in the last four days the be written at the Big Ten chain-i lists with an exceptionally strong
Maize and Blue having just return- pionships at Evanston, with Orval. squad this year, being the only:
ed from a trip west that included. Martin, Purdue's brilliant track team to defeat the title chasing
games at.Northwestern and Illinois. captain making a bid for another i Wolves. Not especially strong in -
Following the Buckeye game the record. Martin will run in only one the singles play, the Wildcats de-I
Wolverines will only have to meet race in order to concentrate his ef- pend on Rogers and Dainaski play- j
Purdue at Lafayette and Wiscon- forts on a single record breaking ing the first foursome, supported by ...
sin both at Ann Arbor and at Mad- attempt, but no decision has been Whitaker and Lorimer in the num-
ison before the close of the Con- reached as to whether he will go, ber two position, to gather their
ference season. after the mile or half-mile mark. winning points. Gala
As Keigler was the Wolverine Purdue's other points hopes are P Purdue May get In.a slow With Sande up who romped h
pitching nominee against North- placed on Gohl i the broad jump, rdue geting off tald running of the historical Kentuck
western in the game at Evanston Yunevitch in the shot put, Moon start early this season has entered hrng of t hey fisoriatentuc
on Friday, either Compton or Mon- and Doyle in the middle distance a team that will be sure to stop the to his reputation during the race.
tague, deperiding on who did the and Odom in the dashes. 4 title hopes of many a team with a
hurling inthe Illini contest yester- better average on the season. Led
day, will draw the assignment to- Intramura PrQ bay Captain Cook the Boilermiakers Feh a ensTa
morrow. The Ohio batters showed have a strong trio of sophomores Prospects Show Farm
no inclination to hit the offerings' Is Improved at Io0 in Parker, Bassett and Dinka.IPr
of Montague in his tappearancg These boys will present a front
S ntem h pe a e ily) stronger than Purdue has shown Coach "Jim" Spencer of the
and this fact is likely to earn him IOWA CITY, May 17.-The trite for several years.d srhmnan tennis team is enthusias-
the starting assi nent against phrase "athletics for all" became Indiana while not considered a tic about the try-outs this year and
them tomorrow. virtually true at the University of threat to the Conference title will expects to have a squad picked
Wolf Batters in Form. Iowa during the season of 1929-30 1account for some strong play. With iready for action by Wednesday.
On the other hand, Michigan's when the record number of 4,263|a balanced team of veteran golfersT-
batters have been hitting the ball competitors entered the 27 branch- I lead by the formidable pair of Cat- year en are n un-
in their last few games at a more es of intramural sport. I terton and Messick the Crimson I ning off a series of round-robin
rapid clip than at any other time Ernest G. Schroeder, director of will make it tough for some of the matches preliminary to the final
this season. The chief weakness at the program, is the author of the best singles players in the meet. choice. These will be completed
present lies in. the pitching staff official report. His statistics show! KppIerIand -oed Are Soong. sometime the first of the week.
and in the fielding, which has be- that 275 teams entered the compe- Buckeye hopes are small, but Three players have attracted the
come generally sloppy again follow- titions, and that the number of their veteran golfers may show to most attention to date, showing
ing two brilliant games against Chi- events and contests totalled 440. a better advantage than, the young- good form and playing 'a snappy
cago and Purdue. Basketball, cross country, and er bloods during the strain of the game. Dick Snell of Utica, New
Michigan will undoubtedly start outdoor track, ranking in that or- Conference play. Supported by York, Tom Mills from California,
the game with its regular lineup of der, drew the greatest number of Keppler as a foursome team for 4nd Guy Williams of Miami, Florida,
(Continued on Page ) athletes. I (Continued on Page 7) are the outstanding boys.

SENATORS GET BIG SCOREIGALLANT KNIGHT IS 2ND

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George Uhle. veteran hurler,
brought the Detroit Tigers out of
their losing streak with a 12-7 win
over the St. Louis Browns. The
Senators again took the measure
Af the Athletics by a 16-5 score.
Chicago took two games from the
Cleveland Indians. -In the National
League the -Braves 'set the Giants'
down 4-3 in two games. Seven cir-
cuit drives were turned in for the
day.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
R H F

St. Louis ... .100 000
Detroit .....212 000
New York .. .000 100
Boston ......100 010
' Washington .106 040
IPhiladellia 020 300

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101- 3 7
000- 2 10
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000- 5 10

nt Fox
ome in front of the field in the 57th
y Derby yesterday afternoon. This
race betting, and more than lived up

Cleveland
Chicago

...002 000,
.000 013

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(133 Asso";iated Press)
CHUROHILL DOWNS, Louisville,
Kentucky, May 17.-Champions
every inch of them and every foot
of the way. Earl Sande and Gal-
lant Fox proved an unbestable
combination today by galloping
through the rain to victory in the
(ffthy-sixth running of the clas-
sic .Kentucky Derby.
"Come on, Sande!" roared the
half drenched crowd of 50,000 as
the great jockey took command of
the race on the back stretch and
opened a good lead. "Come on,
>Earl!" :they shouted again as
Sande and Gallant Fox swerved
into the home stretch.
GIs .Class of 3 Year Olds.
And come on he did with a finish
so magnificently convincing as to
leave not the slightest doubt that
the high favored Eastern combina-
tion outclassed the class of three
year olds.
Gallant Fox successfully fought
off the .early challenge of the K'en-
tucky pride, Tentering, then beat
back the last surging rushes of
Gallant Knight, Crack Brigade and
Med-o.
The heavy favorites, bearing the
.colors of Wi-liam Wood ward of
New York won by two good lengths
from -Gallant Knight of the Audley
farm. G. W. l'oreman's Med-O
ifinishing with a rush was third, a
Il ength. and a hal behind Gallant
' Knight with Gone Away four'th,
the last money position.
Tannery TDsappoints.
Tannery, a dismal disappoint-
ment finished eighth and for the
first time in years, the highly re-
garded E. R. Bradley entries were
nowhere.
Seldom, if ever, in the history of
the Kentucky Derby, has so great
and spontaneous an outburst of
-popular acclaim greeted a victer
-as the much-splattered but smil-
ing and freckled faced veteran
Sande came back to the stand.

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Soccer Players Tie
With Ann Arbor Tean
Michigan's all - campus soccer
team battled the Ann Arbor Soc-
cer Club to a 1-1 tie game yester-
day afternoon on South Ferry Field.
Although it was only their third
game of the season, the campus
team fought valiantly to vanquiish,
their local opponents. Throughoutl
the entire first half of the game i;
appeared that the hard work ofj
Coach Johnstone and the conscien-,
ticus practise of his players were
to be rewarded in their first Vic-
tory, but these serious threats toI
push the ball between the goal posts
were stemmed time after time by
the consistent work of the goal ten-
der of the Ann Arbor team.
(Continued on 1lage 7)

Cleveland...............1
Chicago ................4
Ferrell and Sewell; Lyons
Riddle.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
I -R
Boston......100 101 010,- 4
New York ...000 110 010- 3
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Boston ...................4
New Yol'k .................3.

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Brooklyn . ..003
Philadelphia 041

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Cincinnati ..001-101
Pittsburgh ..2 0 110

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Chicago at St. Louis. rain.

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