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Present Champions

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card is checked in Saturday after-
noon. Capt. Royston, Lenfesty, and
Howard who were on that runner-
up quartet are again entered with
only Jarvis Hicks lost. His services
will be sadly missed for he tied for
second individual honors last year
with Kepler of Ohio State. The
Buckeye star is again entered, .tee-

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ing off at 9:15 today in a three-
some with Klein of Chicago and
night Talbot of Indiana.
off in Another featured trio will be that
-some teeing off at 8:45 with Martin, play-
ler' of ing his round with Fowler of Min-

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nesotpa who turned in a card of 310
last year, and Rogers of lDorthest-

0 ern.
it With Michigan and Illinois the
n favorites to carry away the low
h medal score, Ohio State, Purdue,
and Minnesota are putting individ-
e ual stars into the pairings who may
y surprise the dopesters with an up-
set team victory for any one of
these three schools. Besides Kepler,
- the Buckeyes have entered Florio,
of Wilson and Clark all of whom are
expected to turn in some fine cards.
The Boilermakers are depending
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ing individ
Martin o
announce-

course will
wishing to
Eck on both
afternoons.
will have
r his title,
i the Illini
to repeat
ien it turn-
,247 to take
n composed
ve, and Al-
res of 305,
.y last year
s morning's
tion of Al-
ced by Res-

Finals in Fraternity
Tennis Carded Today
Alpha Kappa Lambda will meet
Phi Beta Delta this afternoon in the
finals of the inter-fraternity tennis
tournament. The singles match is
of the greatest interest, Land of
Phi Beta Delta being in the semi-
finals of the all-campus meet, and
Wilcox of A. K. L. in the finals.
The result of this match may
indicate the winner of the all-cam-
pus tournament. The other Matches
however, should be equally good for
in the number one set-up Goodman
and Kronfeld meet Kirk, Oldham,
or Kearns from A. K. L. In the
other match Cohen and Bishlou,
Phi Betas, will meet Symon and
Knapp or Angell. A 2-1 score will
probably take the day for one of
these teams.

Associated PressPhoto
Joe Royston,
The Wolverine.captain who is
expected to make a strong bid
for individual honors in the
Western Conference golf meet
starting today at the University
course. Royston is paired with
Bassett of Purdue, and Stewart
of Wisconsin.'
FACULT Y DIAMOND
CARD NEARS ENDI
Swim Club and Zoology Nnes
Win in Wednesday's Play.
Playoffs in the double elimina-
tion finals series of the faculty soft
baseball tournament as sponsored
by the Intramural Department are
moving right along. Completion is
sought early next week with the
final determination of the series
winners for this year.
The Swim Club nine cleaned up
the Physics diamond team Wednes-
day afternoon, 10 to 4. This victory
was a surprise for the losers were
the second place team at the close
of the regular season.
Wednesday's other game went to
Zoology's baseball club by -the score
of 9-6, a victory over the Mathe-
matics nine. The Math players had
the Zoo aggregation beaten until
in the final inning a seven-run ral-
ly was pulled by the latter to put
the game on ice.
Today the games scheduled are
for the losers Physics and Mathe-
matics teams to clash, while Zool-

LONS SETS TICERS
,0OO~'JN'uITH B8 HITS
Athletics Again Defeat Yankees
as Foxx Hits for Circuit;
Cincinnati Wins.
Ted Lyons set the Detroit Tigers
down with eight hits while his
teammates were gathering 10 off
Sorrell and won 3 to 2 yesterday
afternoon at Comiskey Park, Chi-
cago.
Manager Harris changed the De-
troit batting order when Harvey
VWalke went in at center field and
took second position in the batting
order. Owen batted third and Stone
fourth in the revamped lineup. N
In the third inning Hayworth
sacrificed Koenig to second after
Mark had walked. Johnson doubled
to left and scored Detroit's first
run. The White Sox came right
back in their half of the same inn-
ing with three runs, enough to win
the game. Jeffries singled to center
followed by Tate's single. Lyons
sacrificed the runners around the
paths,. Jeffries stopping at third
and Tate on second.
Blue doubled to center scoring
'Jeffries and Tate. Watwood tripled
to left scoring Blue. On the next
play Watwood was thrown out at
the plate when Fonseca hit to,
Akers.
Babe Ruth hit number eight at
the expense of Philadelphia but
Foxx came back with a .homer to
beat the Yankees 5 to 4. New York
led in the seventh inning 4 to 1I
but the Athletics forced a three-
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
American League
Chicago 3............. Detroit 2
Cleveland. 5........St. Louis .4
Philadelphia 5.......New York 4
Washington 4.......... Boston 3
5 National League
Chicago 1........Cincinnati 3
Boston 7 ............ New York 6
I Pittsburgh 11. ........St. Louis 8

INTRAMURAL PROGRAM TO INCLUDE
SEVERAL NEW CHANGES NEXT YEAR
Point System Innovation to Be zones. The department feels that
Most Radical Improvement; there are a large number of men
Fin this group who desire to get on
teams and find no real opportunity
to do so.
Several important changes of In onnciositohi.n l
policywill be introduced in the In- In connection with this an old
tr-amural program for next year. plan will be resurrected in spite of
'The directors after due deliberation dAoub asetonits pobable success.
Thedirctos fte du dlibratonI Another event in the form of tag-
on the question have decided to in- football will be offered in the fall
augurate three or four new phases to go along with the present game
in the activities in an effort to im -ofspeedball. This game will be for
prove the years rogram of spor the Independent teams.
In the first place, a point recordthindlpendeteaod
will be kept for each individual in Finally, in the future anyone de-
every sport in which he partici- t ig for a locr at
pates,whteitbatenorn sports building will be required to
whether it be a teafill out a card wch will show just
individual event. A certain per- ouh ard heiillshwnjus
centage, to be decided after this what sports he is interested in. This
has been started, of the high pointganization the directors in their or-
winners for the year will be award- to see plans and enable them .
ed sweaters and an Intramural "M" those activities which they most
with numerals interwoven, desire.a
Will Award Sweaters. Health examinations will also be
Following the list of men who re- required before the lockers may be
ceive the above award another obtained, service in the training
group will receive class sweaters room taking care of all this. Thus
and numerals, while a third selec- at the start of the season students
tion whose total points are still will have their health cards.
smaller will be given numerals. - As a smaller change, in the fu-
A-man will be able to win points j ture there will be no tournaments
in a definitely set number of events, conducted separately for freshmen
say six team and six individualj after the Orientation week pro-
events, although this number has gram.
not as yet been decided upon. This
will form the most radical change WILDCAT CAPTAIN
instituted in next year's Intramural
program. . GIVEN HIGH HONOR
Again, in order to cut down for- --
feits to the minimum, the depart- EVANSTON, Ill., May 29.-Larry
ment will charge each team a for- Oliphant, captain and first base-
felt fee, this fee to be returned to
the team if it plays all its games man of Northwestern University's
as they are scheduled. Individuals baseball team, was awarded the
entering all-campus tourneys will Western Conference medal given'
also be required to deposit a small each year to the graduating senior
fee which is to be returned if they showing the most proficiency in
do not forfeit a match.
Forfeits Cause'Trouble, scholarship and athletics, it was
Quite a little dissatisfaction has announced by K. L. Wilson, athletic
comeabout because a team or in- director.
dividual appears for a scheduled In addition to being a star on the
match and their opponents fail to baseball team, Oliphant was also a
show up. In addition to this bad regular end for three years on the
feature, the department has the Wildcat football team. His work on
added trouble of scheduling the both baseball and football teams
match, must reserve the playing together with his maintaining a
space, and furnish an official-all nearly perfect scholastic standing
to no avail in case of a forfeit. resulted in his being granted the
The third important step to be award. He came within two-tenths
made by the department is thei of a point of having a perfect A
k formulation of a definite Independ- average in scholarship for- four
ent organization which will have as years.
its objective the fostering of ath- Oliphant was also active in cam-
letics among non-fraternity men pus activities. He is president of the
on the campus. senior class and a member of Deru;
It is planned to divide different honorary senior fraternity. He is a
1 sections of the city into zones. member of Sigma Chi social fra-
( making the teams up by .these ternity.

SPEED K

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Thirty-eight of Forty Enti
Qualify With Speed Greate
Than 100 Miles per Hour.
With preliminary trials clo
and the forty qualifying ent
tearing down and rebuilding tl
engines for the 500-mile Memo
day speed grind at Indianapc
statistics of the ten-mile quali
ing spurts show the fastest field
the history of competitive autor
bile racing. Thirty-eight of the I
ty entries showed speeds in exe
of 100 miles per hour. The comp(
tion this year was so keen that
cars which hit the minimum qr
ifying speed of 90 m. p. h. for
miles were eliminated by other c(
testants with better averages.
Eight Cylinders Popular.
In this year's race even m
than in the competition of ot
years, the Speedway will show
self to be one of the most impc
ant automotive laboratories in
world. Cars with a variety of ty
of power plants have qualified
the actual 500-mile test whicl
the toughest proving ground on
continent. Thirty of the ent
will use eight-cylinder engines, I
will be driven by sixteen cylin
motors, and the, remaining six h
plants of but four cylinders e0
Two of the qualifiers have mo
of a definitely experimental nat
,One is powered with the first Di
engine ever to be used in an ai
mobile race. The other has a p
erful high-speed two-cycle ene
similar in principle to the outbc
motor.
Three Crashes Already.
Three crashes have taken p.
so fareat Indianapolis, with the
of the race set for tomorrow
driver, Joe Caccia, and his mech
ic, Clarence Grover, both of Pe
sylvania, were killed on Wednes
when their car skidded throug
fence at a speed of 140 miles
hour. No other casualties were
ported, but the number of a
dents during the actual rac
open to speculation.
Billy Arnold, last year's win-
still has the fastest qualifying t
with his speed reported slightl:
excess of 116 m. p. h. Using his

run ralley across the plate in the
lucky seventh and tied up the
score. In the last half of the ninthp
Philadelphia clinched the gameE
with another run.
Washington defeated the Red
Sox 4 to 3 gathering twelv' hits
off MacFayden. Cleveland nosed out
the Browns 5 to 4 using three pitch-
rs. Every game in the American
(Continuec on Page 7)

year's car, Arnold
favorites to win
(Continued

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