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Overcome

Kalamazoo,

7-2.

THE FLEET'S IN:

Ball Team Scores All Its Runs in Seventh,

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teeLeadsohnson W sNumber One Singles Match
Derby Field by Three Len gths

CHURCHILL DOWNS, Louisville,
Ky., May 1.- (AP)- The Fleet sailed
into port with the 69th Kentucky
Derby today without even getting up
a full head of steam.
Just as was predicted almost unan-
imously for this wartime renewal of}
the ancient turf classic, Mrs. John D.
Hertz's Count Fleet-he has been
tagged "The Fleet" or "The Count"
ever since he skyrocketed to turf
prominence a year ago-made a
parade of this renewal of this ancient
run for the roses.
A comparatively slim crowd esti-
mated at "better than 50,000"-slim
compared to the 90,000's of other
years-roared him home as he did
just what he was supposed to, in the
way he was supposed to do it. -But
he didn't need their roars, because
he took the lead when he wanted to
in this mile and a quarter "heart-
breaker," and there wasn't another
galloper in the race with enough get-
MOVIE
F W
At the State ...
Bringing to the screen what many
have come to regard as beauty per-
sonified, "The Powers Girl" opens at
the State today.
George Murphy, Ann Shirley, and
Carole Landis are starred in a cast
which numbers in its supporting cast
Dennis Day, Alan Mowbray and the
"long-stemmed" Powers American
beauties. Benny Goodman and his
orchestra also help to round out the
cast of "The Powers Girl."
At the Mich igan ...
Comicality piles on comicality as
Lana Turner and Robert Young romp
through a series of adventures in
high gear, in "Slightly Dangerous,"
the romantic comedy opening at the
Michigan today.
Lana plays the soda clerk in a de-
partment store of which Young is
the new manager. After being fired
for mixing sodas blindfolded she
leaves a suicide note, poses as an
amnesia victim and is "discovered"
as a millionaire's long-lost daughter.

up-and-go in his hoofs even to chal-,
lenge him.
The only hopeful who might have
made him speed up from a waltz to
a two-step was Warren Wright's
Ocean Wave, and the Wave wasn't
even on the track. Three hours be-
fore the plaintive notes of "My Old
Kentucky Home" drifted over this
picturesque race course, Ocean Wave
was withdrawn because of an injured
leg-and whatever horse race this
derby might have been stayed right
in his barn with him.
As a result, the Fleet broke out in
full battle array after bouncing
along with some of the others in the
field of ternfor half a mile, and from
there on it was just a gallop. At the
wire, he was three lengths in front
of Blue Swords, the pride, and joy of
Allen T. Simmons, Akron (Ohio)
radio station owner, and nine in
front of Slide Rule.
I Lucky Seventh

Gam e a Pitchers' Duel
For First Six Innings

First Doubles Duo
Loses in Three Sets

ing the first, 6-4, but they couldn't
maintain the pace and dropped the
fthird to Soukup and Don Staake. 6-2.

DOUBLES:- Soukup and Staake Soukiip K), 7-5, 3-6, 6-3. Let
K) defeated Lewis and WellingtonM) defeated Learmen (K), 6-3,6-.
(M), 6-4, 5-7, 6-2. Johnson and Bradley (1) defeated Williams (K),
Bradley M) defeated Williams and 6-0. 6-1. Staake (K) defeated Wel-
Riepma (K), 6-1, 6-0. Boucher and lington 1M), 1-6, 7-5, 6-1. Sleter
Brown (M) defeated Learmen and (M) defeated Niffenegger (K), 6-2,
Niffenegger (K), 6-0, 6-3. 6-2. Brown (M) defeated Riepma
SINGLES: Johnson (M) defeated (K), 6-3, 6-3.

By GLORIA VREELAND By HARVEY FRANK

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Bunching all of its runs inti
lucky seventh inning, the Wolv
ball team crushed Michigan N(
9 to 2 yesterday afternoon at
lanti.,
Until the big inning, in to
twelve batters marched to the1
the game had been a bitter im
duel between "Killer" Cain and
Savage of the Maize and Blue
lefty Dick Gabriel of the Hu
Gabriel, in issuing a lone sing
Charlie Ketterer in the fourth
held the Michigan sluggers sco
while his team had knocked a
a tally in the fifth on an err
Howie Wikel and a double by ce
fielder Roy McMurray.
But then the scene' changed.
terer opened the seventh frame
a single to right. Then BobI
baumer laid down a pretty
which he beat out, putting ru
on first and second. Don Lun
made a nice sacrifice and was
on the catcher's poor throw.
Blanchard Bats In Two Runs
With the bases crowdedl
Blanchard stepped to' the plat
whammed a single to center, d
in two runs. Again pitcher G
was fooled by a bunt, this tin
Dick Walterhouse, and once
the sacks were loaded.
By this time the Ypsi hurle
getting a bit on edge and force
more men across the plate by h
Wikel and walking Elmer Swa
Big Bob Weise entered the cont
this point as Gabriel was oust
favor of Charlie Greig. He pro'
cleared the bases by smashing a
double into centerfield.
The next batter, Paul White,
grounder to the first baseman
was safe when the infielder m
sloppy toss to the pitcher, wh
cdvering the bag. Weise was r
ing third on this play and slid,
into the plate as White took se
Greig then retired Bob Stenber
assisted and Nussbaumer went
DAILY OFFI
SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1943
VOL. LIl No. 1555
All notices for the Daily Official
letin are to be sent to the office o
President in typewritten form by
p.m. of the day preceding its pu
tion, except on Saturday when th
tices should be submitted by 11:30
Notices
Student Tea: President and Mrs.
ven will be at home to students W
day afternoon, May 5, from 4 to 6 o
To the Members of the Universit
ate: The second regular meeting
University Senate will be held on
day, May 17; in the Rackham Amp
tre, at 4:15 o'clock.
To the Members of the University
cil: The May meeting of the Uni
Council has been cancelled.
To the Members of the Facultyt
College of Literature, Science, an
Arts:
The May meeting of the Facultyc
College of Literature, Science, an
Arts will be held on Monday, May
4:10 p.m. In Room 1025 Angell Ha
-Edward H. K
AGENDA:
1. Consideration of the minutesc

o the Michigan's tennis team won its only singles match the Wolverines
erine third victory of the season yesterday dropped. He started off fast against
rmal aseithumbled a visiting Kalamazoo Staake, capturing the first stanza, O ff iciaI A nnouncer ents
College team; 7-2, losing only one 6-1, but after going to 5 all in theO f c( I !1n {Mk c 1 e * 1t
Ypsi- singles and one doubles match. second, he lost his stuff and lost the
plttilts of the day, winning the top All the other matches went off as Ora a ' o
which The Wolverines split the feature last two sets, 75, 6-1, for M ay G ra u u a i onrr
plate, singles encounter but dropping the expected, with the Weirmen having
Dick number one doubles, both in three- things all their own way. In the fifth
set grinds. and sixth singles matches, Coach LeBplyLimite
rons. Captain Jinx Johnson won his Roy Weir gave Roy Baucher a day
ue to number one match, conquering Kala- of rest from the singles wars, moved
had mazooan Vic Scukup, 7-5, 3-6, 6-3. Fred Sleator up from six to five,UWC S O okstore
reless Johnson brought cheers from the and put Merle Brown in at six. Both
cross crowd several times inthe first set won handily.
,or by making almost impossible "gets" to
ntr- yoffset the net play of his opponent.
Soukup came back to put on his
Ket- best exhibition of tennis in capturing
with the second set, winning the ninth
Nuss- game after it had been deuced four
bunt, times. Here, as well 'as all through
nners the match, his greatest strength lay
d also in his serve and net game.
safe Johnson Comes Back in Third Set 1
Johnson came back in the third, to (OIL
set, though, and kept Soukup from
Bruce coming to the net with accurate
e and baseline shots, using his steadiness to
riving force the visitor into numerous er-
ri T rore number one doubles match
by was the other top battle of the day. SPRING FORMAL
Michigan's duo of Roger Lewis and
r was Fred Wellington came from behind SmFo Air
d two to take the second set, 7-5,after los-Semi-Forma ire
litting
nson. swinging. Lund, the last man to
est at come to the plate, belted a tremen- S TURDAY/MAY 8th
ed in dout two-bagger into right, driving
mptly home the ninth run, but was out try-
deep ing to stretch it into a triple. UNION BALLROO v
Blanehard Hurts Ankle
hit a 1 Blanchard, Michigan's slugging
z and third baseman, hurt his right ankle
ade a trying to steal second in the eighth
o was inning and had to be taken from the
ound- MusiC by Sawyert
und- game. He had injured this same
safely ankle in a previous contest.
cond. Ketterer led the Wolverines in bat-
g un- ting with two singles in three trips 9 00 to 12"00
down to the plate.
and' the ticket sale starts
ICIAL BULLETIN TOMORROW ..
meeting of April 5th, 1943. (pp. 950-954),
wnich w~ere distributed by canpus mail.
Bul- 2. Consideration of reports submitted
f the with this call to the meeting .
3:301 a. Executive Committee-Professor Pov
blica- S. Welch
e no- b Executive Board of the Graduate
1a.m. School-Professor N. E. Nelson.
c. University Council-Professor F. E.
Bartel.
Ruth-j d. Senate Advisory Comittee-Profes- .l
ednes- sor C. D. Thorpe.
'clock. e. Deans' Conference-Dean E. H.
Kraus.
y Sen- 3. Elections (Nominating Committee:
of the Professors H. M. Dorr, Arthur Van Duren,
Mon- and J. W. Bradshaw, Chairman). ___________________________
ithea- a. Five members of the University
Council, to serve for three year.s
b. Two members of the Administrativc
o- T mmrStartingmTsDAY!
,Coup- Board, to serve for three years. - *
versity The lists of nominees accompany
this communication and hill serve
as ballots.
of the Consult pages 891-893 of the faculty
d the minutes for lists of present mem-
bers of the University Council, Ad- DANGER CURVES AHEAD
of the ministrative Board, and other corn-
d the committees. Laa's a million dollar baby in a five-and-
3, at 4. Final Examination Schedule-Profes- te-enit stalr and Bob don${rt believe i
l1. sor D. L. Rich.
raus 5. Special Order: Budgetary Procedure
(See enclosure)-Professor V. v. Crane.
of the (Continued on Page 4)

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