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'THE MICHICAN DAIlY PM

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STWINS CENTURY IN
I i 9.6 AT COLUMBUS
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THREE EVENTS,;z.
ies Win 100-Yard Dash,
nd 880 Yard Relays
to Tie Illinois.y
BUS, O., May 2. - (P)
Ticial world's records and
ew Ohio marks were made ,
ghth annual Ohio Relays e'

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GULFERS CAPTUR
Brilliancy of Play in Afternoon
Keeps Large Gallery in High
State of Excitement.

RUNS ON WINNING,
880 YARD SQUAD

The early events were run in a
doWnpour, but the showers lasted
only a short time.
Jack Keller, Ohio State sopho-
mrnte, unofficially lowered a world's
mrk in the 120-yard high hurdles.
His time of :14.3 was one-tenth of
se+o: d faster than that of thom-
son, of Dartmouth in 1920. The
mark, however, probably, will re-
nMain unofficial for he knocked over
two hurdles.
Buckeyes Set Record.
Ohio State set a world's record in
the shuttle hurdle in 1:01., break- ,
ing-the r own 1924 record of 1:01.8.
Keller wis timed at :13.9.
Everitt Utterback, of Pittsburgh,
nd Iugh Rhea of Nebrsaka,
klnocked down two relay meet
marks. Utterback leaped 24 feet in
the broad jump. The mark of 23
feet, 77/ inches was made last year
by Portmess, of Northwestern. Rhea
heaved the 16-pound shot 48 feet
10 inches. The old mark, set by Jim
Bausch, of Kansas, last year, was
47 feet 8% inches.
The other relay mark fell in the
university four-mile relay when
Gould, Carrikon, Woolsey, and
Evans, of Illinois, clipped two-
tenths of a second off the old mark
of 17:52.6 made by Indiana in 1930.
Tolan Wins Century.
Eddie Tofan, University of Mich-
igan flash, defended successfully
his century record, making the 100-
yards in :09.6, one-tenth of a sec-
ond slower than his own world's
mark. He was pressed all the way
by McCormick, of Notre Dame, and
Hutson, of Dennison.f
Ohio State carried off the large
share of honors, taking five first
places, the one and two-mile relays,
high j'ump, shuttle hurdles, and the
120-yard high hurdles. Michigan
and Illinois trailed with three firsts
,each, the Wolverines winning the
440 and 880-yard relays and the
100-yard dash. To Tolan might be
4credited all three Michigan victor-
pies. He ran' in the "find heat of both
relays, starting in each race far
'behind the leader.,
$UJMM1ARiES:
440-yard relay--Won by Michigan
:Cariipbell, Murray, Noyes and E.
Tolan); second, Illinois; third, Ohio
'tate; fourth, West Virginia. Time
:i-42. .
Hammer throw-Won by Hill, of
,rest Virginia; second, Brownley,
Westminster; third, Cox, Michigan.
;istance-147 feet.
X 120-yard high hurdles-Won by
,eller, Ohio State; second, Sent-
;tan, Illinois; third, Hatfield, In-
diana; fourth, Eggleston, Michigan.
Time-:14.3. (New world's record).
1 880-yard relay - Won by Michi-
gasn (Campbell, Russell, Noyes, and
Tolan); second, Notre Dame; third,
;Ohio State; fourth, Illinois. Time-
:28.
1 100-yard dash-Won by Tolan, of
Michigan; McCormick, Notre Dame;
ti rd, Hutson, Dennison. Time-
;09,6.
University distance medley relay
.-Won by Butler (Burns, Urbain,
JOnes and Sivak); second, Indiana;
third, Notre Dame; fourth, Michi-
gan. Time-10:25.8.
Mile relay-Won by Ohio State
(Wise, Bloor, Brown, Beecham);
second, Michigan; third, North-
western; fourth, Notre Dame. Time
-3:22.
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Eddie Tolan.
WIN 'OVE.R DETROIT
Senators and Boston Break Even
in Double Header; Sox
Down St. Louis.
Cleveland took the third game of
the series from the Tigers at Navin
field yesterday, 3 to 1, as Clint
Brown held them to eight hits. This
is the second game of the season
in which Brown has bested Vic Sor-
rell, Detroit's pitcher.
Marty McManus allowed Cleve-
land to score two runs in the open-
ing inning when he booted Bur-
nett's grounder and he raced to
third on Fonseca's double. Burnett
scored on Averill's out and Fonseca
crossed the plate on Hodapp's
grounder that should have been
tlM. third out.
Falk's Single Opens Second.
Falk singled to open Cleveland's
half of the second inning. Hunne-
field hit to third but McManus
fumbled long enough to enable
Falk to reach second safely, how-
ever, Hunnefield was out at first.
Falk scored on Sewell's double for
Cleveland's last run of the game.
Detroit scored its lone run in the
sixth inning as Koenig singled, Al-
exander walked, and Stone got his
third successive hit of the game'
scoring Koenig. Stone made his
perfect average for the day com-
plete with another single in the'
eighth inning but nothing came
of it.
White Sox Beat Browns.
Caraway held St. Louis safe with
four hits as Chicago defeated the
Browns 2 to 1. Washington and
Boston split a double-header as the
Senators won the first, 6 to 2.
In the National league St. Louis
defeated the Chicago Cubs, 6 to 3.
Cincinnati started gut fast with
four runs in the first two innings
but the Pirates scored six runs in
the seventh frame and won the
ball game, 11-5. The Boston Braves-
New York Giants game was called
off because of wet grounds and
Philadelphia was unable to play
against Brooklyn because of rain.
YESTERDAY'S SCORES
American League.
Cleveland 3, Detroit 1.
St. Louis 1, Chicago 2.
Washington 6-2; Boston 2-3.
New York-Philadelphia-Rain.
National League.
St. Louis 6, Chicago 3.
Cincinnati 5, Pittsburgh 11.
Boston-N. York. Wet grounds.
FPhil.-Brooklyn-Rain

Brown and Sewell; Sorrell and#
Schang, Hayworth.
St. Louis 000 001 000 1 4 1
Chi. .....000 001 001 2 6 6
Blaeholder and Ferrell; Caraway
and Tate.
First game.
Wash. .. 101 000 103 6 13 2
Bos. ....000 100 001 2 9 0
Fischer, Hadley and Hargrave;[
MacFayden, Brillheart, Durham I
and Berry, Ruel.
Second game.I
Wash. .. 000 020 000 2 9 1'
Bos. ....000 010011 3 3 1
Marberry, Hadley and Hargrave;
Morris and Ruel, Connolly.
New York-Philadelphia no game
-rain.
National League.
Chi. . 003 000 000 3 7 1
St. Louis 022 100 lOx 6 8 0
Root and Hartnett; Hallahan,
Lindsay and J. Wilson.
Cin. ......130 010 000 5 10 3
Pitts. ... 001 004 6Ox 11 11 6
Benton, Ogden, Eckert and Suke-
forth; Willoughly, Grant, Osborne
and Phillips.
Boston-New York wet grounds.
Philadelphia-Brooklyn, rain.
MICHiGAN WINS.
FROM HOOSIERS
(Continued From Page 6)
but Drabicke was caught at )he
plate.
In the ninth inning, Drabicke
singled and was sent home on Su-
perko's double.
Michigan's infield showed great
defensive power today, scoring two
double plays, one Kracht to Hud-
son in the first inning, and an-
other Compton to Hudson in the
third inning. The Hoosiers had
poor luck, counting six errors dur-
ing the nine innings of play. The
entire game was fast and well-
played with the exception of the
sixth frame, when Indiana went to
pieces. ,

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(Continued from Page 6)
square the entire match.
Captain Has Low Score.
Royston had little trouble in the
afternoon in, disposing of Florio.
The little Buckeye simply could not
get things clicking and found him-
self three down at the turn. Mean-
time the Michigan captain was
breezing along with a steady string
of pars and birdies. His 75 was the
'ow score for the day.
Gene Hand, the latest addition
to the Wolverine Varsity, captured
al three points in his match with

Five Attemps.
MIAMI, Fla., May 2.-- :'--The
I Miani Daily News today said the
Miss America IX, Gar Wood's re-
cord challenging speed boat, was
shipped to Detroit yesterday.
Wood has not returned from a
fishing trip off the Florida coast,
started after he made five unsuc-
cessful attempts last Monday to
lower the world's motorboat speed
record of 103.49 miles an hour held
by Kaye Don, of England.
Members of his household said he
was not expected to return before
Monday or' Tuesday.

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Miami News Says Miss America
IX Is Enroute Home After

RU9SIci-L

Wilson. The lanky visitor was all
over the course and couldn't man-
age to put two good shots together.
Hand played steadily for the most
part and managed to put all of his
bad shots together on a few holes
where 'they couldn't do much dam-
age.

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Livingston Takes Match. j
Dick Livingston, after a slow
start which lost him the first nine,
pulled himself together to capture
the last nine and the match from
Clark.
The strong winds which swept
the course spoiled many good shotsl
by blowing them into the deep
bunkers surorunding the greens.
The conditions seemed to hamper
the visitors more than it did the
Wolverines, since their knowledge
of the distances was necessarily
'imperfect. A large gallery witnessed
the afternoon proceedings and were1
kept in a high state of excitement
by the brilliancy of the play.
SUMMARY
Foursomes-Lenfesty-Howard 1%f2,
Wilson-Kepler 112; Royston-Liv-.
ingston d.; Florio-Clark 2/2-%.
Singles-Lenfesty 1/2 Kepler 11/2;
Royston d. Florio 3-0; Hand d. Wil-.
son 3-0; Livingston d. Clark 2-1.

Who ran on Michigan's victorious
880-yard relay team which took a'
first at the Ohio State Relays yes-I
terday with a time of 1:28.
WOLVERINE TEAMI
WILL MEET OHIO
Relative Strength of Squads Is
Unknown; Michigan Has
Well-Balanced Team.
(Continued From Page 6>
blistered foot, may get into the
singles as second man; if not, the
Wolverine rankings will all be moved
up one place.
IRyan Replaces Brace.
In the absence of Brace from the,
singles matches, Colby Ryan has
been playing as number two man,
and looks well to be one of Michi-

rY~iNG-=-Theses a speciaiy. 'aI.
rutes. M. V. Hartsuff. ial 9037.
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INTRAMURAL
NEWS
TENNIS
Gratifying interest has been dis-
played in the all-campus tennis
tournament now in progress. A
total of 96 entries were received,
and of these only 11 first matches
were won by default, the majority
of the games being played out on
schedule. Only a few of the second
elimina4on matches have been
played as yet.

Intramural Sports Department Will Sponsor
Baseball Field Meet Among Spring Activities

gan's stars of the present season.
Clarke, and Reindell follow him in
the list with Sherman and Mills
about on a par for the last posi-
tion. Both of these men will play,
however, in the event that Brace
is withdrawn from the singles.
Ryan will team up with Brace
ifr the second doubles team, and
Reindell and Milis or mnerman will
play the third doubles contest. Fo'x
lowing tomorrow's encounter with
the Buckeyes the Michigan squad
will return to Ann Arbor to prepare
Or its contest at Evanston next
Saturday in which it is carded to
face the strong Northwestern ag-
gregation.

BASEBALL
Baseball games between 42 fra-
ternities have bene scheduled for
Monday afternoon. Below are 'the
diamond and time assignments.
Diamond Time-4:15
1-Alpha .Kappa Psi-Alpha Chi
Rho
2-Delta Kappa Epsilon-Psi Up-
silon
3-Sigma Nu-Chi Psi
4-Delta Upsilon-Theta Chi
5-Kappa Delta Rho-Sigma Alpha
Mu
6-Omega Psi Phi-Delta Sigma Phi
7-Sigma Chi-Kappa Nu
8-Lambda Chi Alpha- Phi Kappa
9-Phi Kappa Psi-Phi Mu Delta
10-Delta Sigma Pi-Alpha Tau
Omega
11-Alpha Phi Alpha-Phi Delta
Epsilon
Diamond Time-5:15
1-Phi Mu Alpha-Pi Kappa Alpha
2-Phi Chi-Phi Kappa Sigma
3-Alpha Sigma Phi-Delta Phi
4-Zeta Psi-Phi Beta Delta

* * *

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* * *

On May 15th according to the,
calendar of spring athletic activi-
ties conducted by the Intramural
department this year, one of the
special events of the year will be
run off, namely the Baseball Field
meet. Last year was the first year
for the number and it proved to
be well taken and quite successful
with the result that it will be held
again this year in practically the
same manner as the first time.
All persons interested may find
e rules for competition posted on
le bulletin board in the Intram-
L 'al Sports building in full. The
calendar of the event, however, in-
cludes eight divisions of participa-
tion. J. R. Davidson last year won
first place in four of these events:
accuracy throw, by seven out of
30; target throw, by 30 out of 50;
tied for first in Bust and Run to
first, 3.3 seconds and was high
point man, with 17% points.

J. J. Drabicke, now with the Var-
sity baseball team, took honors in
the fungo hit for distance of 335
feet, throw for distance, 297 feet.
The zone throw number went to
G. C. Sarkozy with eight out of 10,
while H. Lindsay was the other first
in the Bunt and Run for first. H.
Klein won in running bases for
time with 15 seconds.
These seven events count also in
the annual Individual and All-
Around Championship awarded by
the department, besides carrying
awards for the winner of each
event in the shape of a gold medal,
and a trophy cup for the high
point man.
YESTERDAY'S HOMERS
Webb .................. Red Sox
L. Waner...............Pirates
Wilson ................... Cubs

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