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toa Mijt "ills :last
rBall Safely.
S~Pc ial to. The flaili
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n went doQwn to its thirdl
the conference canxpaipgn
ywhen -Ge~ggc Mills alrid
nates siaut out the Wolv-

FOR IU~m~ ON N 2-1A, 4-5~
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- / Ah xn Captures L ast Nine From
tenfesty for Lone 'Detroit

SPORT CALFNDA,'R
Tuesday
Baseball Western State . .. . here
Wednies ay
! ascb all Ypsilanti ....... there
Thuez ray
Goli Chic'ago ............ here
Track Big Ten: Me ce t.. Evanston
Coll I.linis.. .. .. .. .. .. ..there:
Tnni Illinois..........there #

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strong -Michigan.
ttered hits, M~ils
.game sand was
A double play
L the plate and
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Allows.On4y Thre~e
e ~gamec was a -repetition of the
tilt between the :two niries
A t hat Illinois' .pitohing ace
ad the gamne and .allowaed .only
hits f'or t~he whole route.
y udson was ithe anly Michi-
X1vl to connect ;for'4an :extra,
off Mills'delivery. ELe :poked
i lng triple ,and then camie
with a dubl,lc,]Daniels .knock-
rt a dan sngle .but phis team-
s left him stranded on tihe
Kracht .and .Eastmnan .got on
with Tllini error~s but they too
left Itodie there.
,an, Mills, -and Gour connect-j
itha two singles apiece ;andj
got thiree !to lead the :Illinois
. O)utside of :Hudson the
I Michigan sluggers were ;not
o hit today. Mills' slants and
were effective and a good
e of pace completely -baffled
rolverine attack.

Phioto showvs Twenty-,Groand-in a-al~a: -, ~3.o i n,, he hcen-
Lucky Derby. In 4he rae hod ystri- f titw je r^Ciwreb°hl Dows,C
,Iouisvilhe, Icy., th~e pridkeof! The 1 j'av cYlt e -icy t ,.esramnp c! ome
-ahead .of a fast field -in 2 :01 4-5 to ?brcak thWercord c A b1.s withstood
all assaults for .1.7yearsi. FovI~o -i w~ty C ... s0 th9 tpe :camx
Swoep All and Mate.
TYPI#1DE Y AYTO -H TUfl'S
TWENY ~ lEA KENUCKYFIEL

BOX 0_SCOREfS
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endle, if. .....4 0A
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Sweep All and Mate =Follow Mrs.
P'ayne Whitney's Three Year
Old to Tape.

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(Special to The Daily)
1%;y John Townsend
.LOUrISVILLE, Ky., Md; y 6-s-
Twenty Grand challenged Sweep
All anid Mate at the turn coming
into the -home stretcn, ran nose and
nose with Sweep till anti then crept
two -full lengths ahead to win the-
fifty-seventh Kentucky Derby to-
lay over the Churchill Downs track~.
Back of Twecnty Grand cane
Charles Fisher's vweep All and
thr-ee lengths in back of him ran
Mate, Preakness winner and co-
favorite with Twenty Grand. Prince
D'Amour -forceij ahead at the be-
:girnnmn of the cl ;:sic and held this
4ip~ii n ti~l -8wco P.llhllen-ged
qn Vle baQk t h. The : fisher
;cqlt h4:a god le~ at {tie ;t1hr.e-
Aia~r~tt ,?rt -d ljan unchalleniged
_unil iTwenity Grand and Mate
mlade their hick, on the last turn.
rAfter eoh llen - -166 e te
dropped behind as Twenty Grind
went~on -to iin f,om -Swiee N \.
Twenty Grand set a niew GChur -
chill Downs track o -idCenby record
by running 2:01 45 The foiriner
record was set in H, 1.4 by Ros,,b!ud
with the time of 2:03 /:i. This
lowers the record by .1 /5 s:'<<ntils.
The track was fas.,tmire the con-
dition in recent, yep,,s with th e tra-
ditional rainy Derby.
The D)erby attracted about6',,000
~people and Louisville responded
with the usual Derby -banner, flg
and _excitement. Be-fore the race'
the betting favoredc Twenty rand
with a 'last, rush of money fling
~on Mate.
The -winners started from three
-widely different posttions. Sweep
All was next to the rail, Twenty
Grand in the middle at number 8
position, and Mate on the outside
-fin number 13 rposition. With ra per -
fect .start -all of the horses headed,
for the rail with the big grey colt,
Prince D'Amour, gaining the le ad.'

Up and Equipoise, one of the
Eastern favorites, were scratched
from the .entry list. Other -Eastern
favorites before the race, were
Ladder and Surf ;Board, Twenty
Grand's stableinate. .Most of the
wostern :money was on Pittsburgh-
er. Both the latter and Ladder ran
disappointing i-aces.
1. Mrs. Payne Whitney's Greentree
stable entered three horses, Twenty
Grand, Surf Board, and Anchors'
Aweigh. Before the race Kurtsing-
er, Twenty 01rand's jockey, told
how they had played football be-
hind .Mate fin the Preak ness and
guaraniteed that the same thing
would not happen again.
Twenty Grand won about $50,000
~for his owner, Mrs. Whitney.
Charles Fishler collected .$6,004 on.
S-Seep Alil and M .ate won ,$3,000 for
Bostwick.
INDIANA A THLE TES
HAVE HEAVY CARD
Pat Page, ;Former Coach, Will
Return as O0pponent.
BLOOMINGrTON, Ind., May 16.-
(A3)- All spring _athletic teams at
Indiana university will enter .Moni-
day on a hard .work of preparation
for the beginning of the ,final sport
contests of this -year. While the
track team is mnaking A bid for the
Big Ten outdoor title at Northwest-
ern next Saturday, and the golf,
and tennis squads are engaged in,
ra campaign for laurels in state°
meets at Terre Haute and Earlham, s
ltoe interest of fans at home will
-ecentered on the visit of ;Pat
~Page, form er I. U. football mentor,'
as the baseball coach of an oppos-
ing team which meets the Cri1ison
on Jordan Field Saturday after-
noon.
Page's Chicago university base-
,ball nine will play a double bill 'here'
against the Crimson in their last
-hou'ie games of the season. One of
' (Continued on :Page 7)__-

Counter.
Another vietory <r t chalked up
to Michiran's 'credit yesterday
when the Varsity golf team took
az mee from .Deii~~hCity college
by the -s.tre of [7 to 1. 11-oe.playI
was conducted mo pring and l tei -
noon over the Unrivcn, ;NTtours;
which drew a round of cmli-
ments fromn te Visiting tea.
-1, troit City failed to pick any
points in the rnormg r:)nds
which were the two double!: mat-
ches, Michigan talking ech 3 to
0. Lenfesty and .Tlwa d shot
against Captain Aho riuad Skin-
ncr of the visitor, and turned in
the first of these wins. The other
triuixiph was accounted for by
Captain Royston and Livingston
who miet Schweitzer and Cornel of
i Detroit.
-n the aftern coon, in view of the
showing made in the morning
rounds and partly because he
1 wanted to see what his substitutes
can do in actual compeitioni, Coach
Trueblood gave Howard, Roysten,j
and Livingston a res3t. Joll , :Eland
and Sherwood were pout into their
places and the regulars could not
have done better for the scores of
lall three were 3 to 0.,
jLen festy slipped a little coming
in on his 'last nine and Ahern's
(Continued on :Page 7)
FRESHIMAN TTRIALS
TO0 BE EXYTENDED
Bergelin Hilghl y Satisfied With
Showing Against Varsity.
Coach John Bergelin announced
last ight that all freshmen who
want another chance to makeI le
Freshman Golf squad should reertl
to him at the University coayse on
any :afternoon this week.
The increase in facilities will d-
low Coa'ech Bergs] in to carry more
men on the squa~id than have been
carried before. The squad at; pes-
ent is niade uip of nine golie~s with
john Fisher as the captain.
'Other inembers of the 'squad ae
dill1 lianway, 'Miton Schloss, d.
Dayton, Olaf Bereglin, Mo Plak-
sin, H-arold Menefee, John Love-1
Aand, O"Brien, and David. This is
the team that tied wA'th the VIarsiy
fast Wednesday.
In reviewing the scores in the re-
cent match, Coach Bereglin is high-
ly satisfied with the quality of glf
;;Mown by these ;youngsters. He ad-
mitted that lie had foreseen a tie
or a in for the :Freshmen against
the strong Varsity combination.
Although no more Varsity-Fresh-
man team matches have been
scheduled, it is likely that the two
teams will play off the ;tie. inter-
squad matches will take up the
greater part of this week for the'
Freshmen,
The scores turned in by the'
Freshmen in the last week show
that there ,is considerable talent for
,future Varsity teams among the1
yearlings. Fisher is the best of the1
Pot and holds the course record of
70.l
iFTRqNTYJEWELRY

Bishop's Homer With Three on
Helps Philadelph-ia Defeat

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I BIG LEAG TE STANI~3NGS
American ,cge
W. 1L. pcct.
1Phil ..........5 7 .682
Necw Yor"1,......... 14 10 .583 su
.Was.............1 i ,D
Bet. .......16 . ~i ammer PctuFcverms Brilliantly
Clev .. . ......12 14 .152 to Win -,.n Both Sinigl
;c) . ..............-11 14 .440
Chi...............10 15 .4-00 anti Doubler-S,
St. Louis .......... 6 16 .273 Wih te soe-tid t 4 o 4
Nationathiedgue. cl'dan doubles team
National~League.1Oi0pO5d of ~ e and Ranek
St. Louis .......... 14 5 .737 =i.hcd th iugh to wvin ye terday's
N. Yfork........... 15 7 .682 fMP-t from Chlicago, 5-4. Thei Wol-
Bos........14 9 .609 verin~es, after carrying off the hon-
Chi. .............. 12 10 .55 ors in lour of the singles matches,
:Fitts ............... 12 13 .480 and dropping tw-o to the Tdaroons
~Phil ............... 10 15 .400 lost their lead when the fht adc
.Brklin............. 10 15 .400i second doubl-es matches went to
Ci. ............... 5 18 .2171the -Midway Vteamx.
Th'mneeamns Waib Ry.1
ALL CAMPUS GOLF E'6(e arm- er, ve~tcran Wolver-
MEET CONTIN#UES Isn~sacii t

Cdevela'nd. Thorner Tops Player~s to Thite'tI outstandng main o hedy
With 76-Score; Most -Men if-,t irrific drive s and difficult ire-
Yesterday's baseball program- in turns, both fromn all paxts of the
Are Well -Grouped. court gave him a win in th~e ih-gles
the big leagues was replete with ~°Stapp, who formerl~y held the
everything a fan may look for in Competition in the All-Camnpuas, ilinois' -State doubles ohampin-
ball games from the tense, extra- Golf tournament sponsored by the Lshi~p .Tith his l ather, Cuaclh Alonzo
inning duel between the (Senators Intramural Department this spring! A. Stag. lamm-er started out-wih
and Browns to the Cubs' and P,ila- finds most of the entries to datej an .erratic brand of tennis -and -ost
delphia's hitting orgy. Foremaost inI the first set, 3-6, but he soon 1re.-
thze day's doings was th.ec . shooting; in the early nineties and indhscnrladcmebc
1'Tiger victory of the present series late .ighties. -Up-to yesterdcay :no - strong to win the nx two, 6-2,
with New York. Bridges pitched leas than 17 players had turned in.l 6-1.
the entire garm with .Schang.a as their cards for rounds this past Deeirfe~a,; )'r ce.
usul, ehid he lat. ainnaledweek and of this number .only one Captain Ffed Brace of the Wol-
the engagement in the second half wn vrte10mratog eie rwtetuhs
of the sixth inning. .,enveof.thhe'daymwhen hethwus
"As" Defeat nias one other narrowy mssdit3 boozked to fa~ce Chicago's ace -of-
Connie Mack's Athletics added playing a,99 round for second high the tennis courts, Scotty Rexinger,
; no ther to the Indianxs' fast-grow- score. holder of the Western Conference
igstring of consecutive defeats, The best score is the work :o: singles title and in con 'uni~ton
by a 12 to 5 score. The gam a
l ewad fI ArthrTorewh ae 6ith Heyman, the Big Ten douIbles
well plaed andhtheningwhn sh- an.e~followed by Root who shot championship as well. Brace play-
untiltheihhinnwhnis-adeisd a consis tently good game of ,ten-
aa 8, fiI~oc2 n tu byDarrw ns, but was no match for the su-
YESTERDA Y'S RESULTS and David both with 83's to their' perior ability of his opponent 'rdt aksE,.Egr' rs-who
American League xcei:Pr' 5 dets8,Cos took the match in two sets, 6-1, .6-3.
DETF.OIT 3--Niew York 1- man's and Templex'87's, and -Fryer's' In the third singles snatch, Colbyr
Philadelphia 12-Cleveland 5 1 88 make up the ,resit of 'the players ,Ryan, ;played a stella~r game to win-
Chicago 3-Boston 0I who managed to stay below the 90 handily over Heyman in two sets,
a<sh ingtron -St. Louis 7maktiwe. 6-3,6--1. .'ob Clarke tLook the first
Natioim.i~e~ gueYates and H-ickey accounted for ~tfo cmd f-h aos
Broo kiyn 2-Cizncinnati pir 0f9',wieAesad1l in tlort order, the icore being .6-1,
New York 7-St. Louis in pairecd off with a93' apiece. Pratt but the Windy City playe- am
took a 95, Bauss a 96, and Kirby alintescdsttownfm
Boston 9-Pittsburgh .2 hu~ng to the very edge with a 99. akithseodetown1mm
Chicago 1; 17-=-Philadelphia 5;6 ;Tis l yeerWalker to account for ;' c Wo1"verine, 6-a However, Cak
the 103 that -was the 'only one in bor dow ,n and took the match,
op exec uted the batsman's -supreme that region. ti hr e,63
achievement of a home run with. Two matches arc scheduled for Jh ene pse hog
bases loaded. Two more runs that 'today, one in the morning and the hcimahwthKplan in the
inning and three in the next.served other this afternoon. Rice will play fifth rimges and finally woni outi
to effectively ruin Cleveland's one- :Pont starting at 9 o'clock, while the thzird set, 6-,d after winning the
run lead.., Orr and Atliavaich are carded to nrst -6-1, and dropping the second
tubs Win A gainx. tee off at 3 .p. mr. by the slim :margin of 7-9. Rlies
The Cubs again demonstrated ' --- accounted for the second Maroon-
their versatility by scoring one run .When the Civil -War broke out' victory in the singles -by outclass-
from twelve hits in the first game Princeton found itself in a unique ling -Sherman, -6-'3, 6-4.
0-f their double-header with :Phila-I position, for although the school is Wvhat can probably be consider-
delphia, losing 5 to 1, and then in in the North one-third of the un- e d- the two best doubles teamns in
the second game cashing in on 17 dergraduate %body -was Southern the -Conf erence clashed in the fist
out of 20 hits to win by a 17-6 mar- :students. These aj1ll eft .to -light for match of yesterday's doubles, with
gin. The first was credited to Dud- the South at the -declaration of war Rexinger and -Heyman-, Big Ten~
ley of the Phillies, and the second and =Princeton suffered a :setback champions, meetin~g Hammner -and
to Pat Malone who relieved Sweet- from which ;it recovered with diffi- Ryan of the Micbiigaxi squad. The
land for the Chicagoans. culty. ,.Continued on -Page 7) -
Washington and St. Louiis -fought ----
an 11-inning battle on the Browns' - --
home ground which ended whenj
the -Senators broke the 7-7 tie with
two _runs. Each side made 14 hits E -H
during the game.g
Babe Luther, sensational -N-
braska grappler, quit the mat game-
two years ago because leading
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him.

I Da wcbaii Michigan StatQ

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Suimmaries:
'wo base hit, Hudson. Three base
ts: Hudson, Fuzak. Base on balls,
!kTYIMils, 5; off Compton, 1; off Mc-
eal, 1. Struck, out by Mills, A; -by
ampton, 3. Left on bases, Michi-
mn, 7; Illinois_ 6. Double ,plays-
ills to Gour to Chervinko; Tomp-.
ns to Diffley. Base on error-Try-
n, Rosenthal, Kracht, Eastman.
t batsman-Tryb~an by Com~pton.
it off Compton, 9 in G innin~gs;
rI;McNeal, 5 in 3 innings; coff ~Mills,~
in 9 innings. Umpires- -;N~tton,'
iomington; Jensen ,Terre Hau~te,,
AESTERDAY'S HOME RUNS
Bluege ........ ....,..Senators
Hargrave.........Senators
.ronin............Senators
Bishop .............. Atthletics
klen ................*iants
Ott..............Giants
.1ogan ..............Giants
Vloore.......... ....Cubs
1ea -Staiumi, new million dollar;
sebll hone of the San 'rancisco:
al, -will be the scene of a agt
otball battle between U1Jnivrsity.
San Francisco and Loyola -Un-I-
rsity next 'fall.
Ren Smith of Sprin~gield, :Mo.,
other of IHorton Smith, is gol1f
ofesionali at .HIollywood Country
$b, .Deal, N. J.-

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