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THE INDIANAPOLIS SUNDAY STAK, MAT 7, 1910. SEDWICK ACCEPTS AS RACE OFFICIAL Local Enthusiast Joins Staff of Men Who Will Officiate in 300, Mile, Event--Past Experience Big Aid. FAST TIME AT NEW YORK 4 BY A. 8. BLAKELY. ·:. CHAELES SEDWICK has been named by the officials of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway as director of contests In the 300-mile race on May 80 on the local track. Mr. S«dwlck was asked to nil the . position last -week and he announced his acceptance last nlght% Last year he actecHn a similar capacity, and -previous to that time he was closely connected with the local track. Since the big brick oval was built he has given a great deal of his tirne_to the race each year- and for a time acted as the general manager. Personal business intervened, however, arid he was forced to give over the active duties, The acceptance of Mr. Sedwick adds _ an-_ othor Indianapolis man to the staff of those ·who will manage.tho big race, George M. IMckson of the National Motor Vehicle Company will ftot^aewrtarteri .^Howard, Marmon of the Nordyke Marmon Company will be tho official referee, and Chester Rlcker will head the scorers and timers and also act as chairman. of the technical committee. Mr. Sedwlck w i l l ' t a k e up his active duties at the track as soon as the drivers and cars begin to arrive, about May IB. , TRAVEL FAST AT GOTHAM. Telegrams from New York glv» out th» information that the spaed demons ara making: some fast practice laps on the saucer track at Sheapshead Bay. Josef Chris- tlaens, who Is driving a Bunbeatn, which will race In tho 800-mile event here May 80, has shown a speed of 109 miles an hour In his preliminary trials. His speed ' was consistent, as he held the 100-mile clip for three consecutive laps. Darlo Hesta and John Altken also made three laps In their Peugeots, and Johnny held his place at Resta t s--rear -wheel throughout the entire distance, traveling at the rate of 105 miles an hour. The entry list now Includes twenty-three oars, with prospects for several more before the day .of the race. Starter Fred Wagner predicts that It .will be tho greatest race at which he ever officiated and declares that a record for 1GO miles will be set which will (sweep everything before It. After Manual Title. The 1 Manual Training High School tennis tournament will start on the GJmlield courts this week.---In-xiew of the fact that Fred Bastiau, last year's champion, is not attending the school, the struggle for lli'st honors undoubtedly lies between Overstreet (above) and Fechtinan, who have been strong contenders for the title in former tourneys. BOSTON GIRL BREAKS MARK FOR 100 YARDS AT VASSAR i Runs Distance, In Annual Field Meet, in 13 Seconds Flat--"Perfect Girl" Takes Three Firsts. POUGHKEEPSIE. N. Y., May 0.--The breaking of. one record, for the 100-yard dash, marked th'a annual fleld day at Ve.s- sar College, today. Miss Edith Connnt of Boston, Mass.. set the new. mark of 12.4 seconds. The record was 18 seconds flat, held by Miss F. James since 1904. The net scores of the teams were: 1918, first, with 41 points; 1918, second, 86 points; 1919, third, 28 points; 1917, fourth, 116 points. · Mies Elizabeth Hardln, 1916, of Newark, N. J.,' Vassar's ajl-round champion athlete and' "perfect girl,--' won' three firsts--the' baseball throw, 214 feet, 9 Inches; basket ball throw, .SO feet, 8 inches; shot put. 81 feet, 6 inches., » - . . Other firsts were: 60 yard dash, Emma Powner of Dayton, O., 7 seconds; running nigh jump, Virginia Harrow, 4 feet, 3H Inches i running broad Jump, Catherine Mo- Knlght, IS feet, 4 inches; 100 yard hurdle, Helen Martin, 17 seconds; fence vault, Eleanor Leslie, 4 feet, 7 inches. GOTCH'S CONDITION IMPROVES. HUMBOLDT, la., May O.--Frank Gotch Is, much Improved. The -wrestling champion, v t h r e e days at home following his trip Chicago to consult with specialists re- dlng a stomach ailment,' announced that i* w»s feeling considerably better and that i» did not think his trouble would last nuoh longer. Gotch fa seriously figuring on a match with Steeher some time.next winter. VARSITY RECORD BROKEN. CINCINNATI, O., May 6.--Ohio State University swamped the University of Cincinnati in a track meet at Caraon Fleld today, winning with 85 Vi points against 81V4 points for Cincinnati. The varsity record for the 440-yard run was broken .by Capt. Rodgers of U: C., who covered the distance in :51%. This is two-fifths of a second better than the old mark. BROTHER AGAINST BROTHER. PITTSBURGH, Pa., May 6.--Syracuse University won- the dual track meet here today from University of Pittsburgh, 81 to 45 point's. No records were broken - or tied. J. Burwell of Pittsburgh competed against his brother, G. Burwell of Syracuse, in the 100 and 220-yard dashes and won both events, with the Syracuse man a close second. Syracuse won nine firsts -in fourteen events. MORIN IS WINNER. MILWAUKEE, WIs., May 6.-- Charles Morln of Chicago defeated Roy Hascall of this city. In the final local game of tho Interstate Billiard League here last night, BO to 44. Tho match went eighty-five In-' nlngs. Each had a-^hjKh^cjjn of five. YALE FRESHMAN PRINCETON, N. J., May 6.-V-Yale freshmen defeated tho first year men of Prince,ton here today In a dual track meet by. a score of B6 6-6 to 461-6. , ,: ,, VICTORY FOR NAVY. ; ^.ANNAPQUlLlMcL,, ' May _ ^ ^ N M ^ from" Lafayette in a dual field and track meet here today, 58 to 46. : TRACK TEAMS TIE. MIDDLETOWN, Conn., May 6.-- -The dual track and field games between Wesleyan and Colgate hero today ended ) In -q. tie, 68 to 63. ~ VETERAN SHOT MAKES -NEW MARK AT TRAPS H. L Spotts Breaks 196 of 200 Targets and Wins National Amateur Championship From Field of 135 Entrants. NEW YORK, May 8.--Following up his excellent shooting- of yesterday, ivhen-he won the preliminary event by breaking 192 out of 200 targets, H. L. Spotts, the veteran gunner of the New York Athletic Club, broke 196 out of 200 today over tho same set of traps at Travers Island and won the national amateur championship title from a fleld of 135. -This, score established a new record for this eventr since its conditions w6re changed from 100 to 200 targets in 1911. , Two yearn ago, Spotts, whose ability as a trap shopt«r has won him International honors, captured the title with 188' breaks and last year the late George L, Lyon , of Durham, N. C., won both the pr ".nlnary and championship events with a scofe of 191 fpr.cach. The other leaders at the finish of today's championship with their scores follow: ._^_j F. J. Prendergast, Phoenix, .N. Y., 191: Al Hell, Allentown, Pa., 191; Edward Bartlett, Baltimore, Md., 190; C." H. Neweomh, Philadelphia, 190; William H. Wolstencroft, Philadelphia, 190; F. B. Stephanson, Brooklyn, 1S9; J. G. Martin, Harrlsburg, Pa.; L. S. Page, Chatham, N. J.; Dr. W. B. Short, New York A. C.; W.-M. Foord, Wilmington, Bel.; Conrad Stein, New York A. C., and A. E. Ranney, New York A. C., 188 each. The team match" between five members each of th« Independent Gun Club of Philadelphia and Naw. York A. C. resulted In a tie, each side having broken 947 out of 1,000 targets. COMBS WINS EIGHTH LEG AND TAKES TROPHY HOME Edmonson Cup Becomes Star's Permanent Possession After Shoot at Indianapolis Club Yesterday, E. H: Combs yesterday won his eighth leg on the Edmonson Trophy at tho Weekly shoot of tho Indianapolis Gun. Club, and as the result U becomes his permanent possession. This shpot was an added bird handicap event and has baen one of the features of the weekly meetings at tha ' Indianapolis Club, , Edmonson and Kanouso tied for. high hon-. ors In the practice shoot, each breaking 98 out of a possible 100 tarffejs. Watson was next, !7 disks falling,before his marksman^ ship. · . . Henderson won the doubles' event, getting fifteen tin-gets with .twelve shots. Watson was second and Shuck third. 'Scores: Practice-Shoot. BA . B Edmonson..... 100 · 98 Kanouse.,.... 100 9$ Watson 100 97 Parry........-. 100 96 Shuck 100 86 Rushton 100 93 Pi Remy 100- 91 R. H.Combs... 100 90 wls;... .i.;, 100... 89 Pratchett 100 88 J. BellV..;...; 100 8S1 Bates 100 -87 Ott....V 100 SB 1 rjourem. . . . . . . Komstohke... . Martin., ....... Simmons. ..., . Smock ....... . Wheeler ...... i Davles. . ...... Henderson. .^,. Johnson~.7. .T. Baker .......... SA B 100 80 100 77 -100 76 100 72 80 50 40 27 40 20 . 40 315 , 2 0 16 08 59 66 43 45 21 Doubles. lenderson... i 1 . Remy... -±_ R. Combs.T.. 8A 34 34 14 24 14 Tohnson. Baker... SA B S4 7 Zt S PURDOE LOSES GAME TO WISCONSIN, 5-1 Kauffman Holds Badgers to Seven Hits, but Poor Support by Teammates Causes Downfall--Triple Clears Sacks. LSpoolftl to The Indianapolis Star.] MADISON, Wis.. May 6.--Wisoonsh University baseball team today won iron Purdue University nine In a Conference game by the score of 6 to 1. The Bad gers made three of their runs on errors by Purdue players. In the seventh In ning Eber Simpson, Wisconsin first base man, made a three-base hit which ecorec three runs. Moon pitched a good gam, for "vVisconsln and his teammates showed much improvement in hitting and base running. Kauffman pitched a fairly good game for Purdue, but he received pool support. Score: WIs. Brenan,2. 2 Levls.3.,. Bl in i)3i),l. Peder3ii,s 0 Nuuhdr.lf 0 Reeae.rf.. '0 Bolwra,of 0 Fox,c.... Moon.p... 0 R . 2 . 1 . 1 9 0 f 0 '0 f 0 . 1 . 0 . 5 U 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 2 0 r o 0 i .8 1 0 g 0 14 0 2T A 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 6 B 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 Purd. Fiim,2..T7; Wober.s. Royce.o. , Klatlr,3.. Benson, rf Stcn.iln.of Croy.l. .., Thomas, 11 Kaufmn p Perrln.o.. . Totals.. R H O A "00 1 0 0 1 0 1 4 0 1 6 2 3 0 0 0 - 1 0 0 9 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 24 18 7 Wisconsin . . . 1 10 0 0 0 3 0 «--g Purdue 0 0 0 . 1 0 0 0 0 0--J Two-base hit--Royce. Three-base lilt- Simpson. Stolen bases--Brennan, 2; Levin, 2; Simpson, Poderson, Fox, Boulware, Reena, Sacrifice hits--Levls. Bases on balls--Ofi Moon, 2; off Kauffman, 2. Hit by pitcher-Reese. Struck out--By Moon, 14; ,by Kauft man, 6. Passed balls--Royce. Umpire-- Walnwrlght Time--1:66. with The Indianapolis Trojans and White 8ox will play at .Northwestern Park this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Hazzard and ForreBtal will be the battery for the Trojans while Conaughton and Schlssel will do mound duty for the Sox. The Trojana would llk« to book Barnes with state clubs.-· Address O. H. Williams, IBIS Vlgo street, or call Prospect 8318: . The No. 88 Maccabees will play the Indianapolis Senators this afternoon' at Oar- field Park diamond No. 1. Tho following players are requested to be at the diamond at 2 o'clock: E. Branch, O'Caln, Hobart, C. Turner, R. Turner, 'Long, Hudson, Plerpont, Bnrckdall, J. Branch, Llehr. Sheets, Gossard, Oslo. Heckman, Goebler Hackleman and All municipal league managers are requested to leave the.box scores, summaries and features of today's games at the J. B. Given cigar store. The scores must bo at the designated place not later than 7:15 o'clock. The Broad Ripple -team will play -tho Knights of Columbus Club today at S:30 o'clock. Tho following players are requested to be at the diamond at 2 o'clock: Weyland, Carl Stelnmelr, Charles Stelnmelr, R, Mo- Ghehey, C. MoGehey, Baum. Williams, Todd, Hlto, Acre and Hazzard. Regal Aoro is requested to call Osborn. His telephone number Is 14r42. The Chrlstamores will play the Ferndale Juniors at Riverside diamond No. 4 tod-xy at 3 o'clock. All players are requested to be present at 2 o'olo.ck. The Southeastern Grays will play the Illinois Centrals this afternoon 1 at Rhodlus Park. · The contest will begin at 2:30 o'clock.--For games with the Grays call Styles that young men really prefer - 9/ M. U P P L Y I N G young men's clothes that exhibit a marked degree of originality is one of the things upon which this store specializes. f\ RiaiNALITY doesn't mean V/going to the extremes of style or pattern, but rather conir bining breeziness with good taste. U'LL find that combination in our young men's clothes--it's a combination most .young men seek. The prices are tf^o/% JL d^ti/ 3 $20 to $35 There are extra fine assortments at 8.9 tt, P«nft»ylw!i!iis St. Bolmont 1922 and ask for Bob. Any fast players desiring to play in the Municipal League are requested to call Prospect 2860 and aek for Kelley. Bud Smuttle IB requested to call Manager Kelley. The Eastern Cuba would like to book ganves with- 13-14-year-old, teams. -Call Prospect 555 or, address Ed Hanlon, 124 North Oriental street. The National Forties would llko to book a game for May 14. All players are requested to be at the Union Station at 11:30 o'clock this morning. For games wrlta Charles Clark, 2046 Bellefontalne street or call -Woodruff 17 or North 678G. The Eastern Cubs will play, tho Klrkhoff Specials this mornlnpr at 10 o'clock at Wll- lard Park diamond No. 2. The following players are requested to report at 9 o'clock; Clark, Flora, Sullivan, Hanlon, P. Sylvester, Ford, Jackson and Gordon. Tha Pirates will play the Bridgeport teain at that plaoo this afternoon. The locals will linn up as follows: G. Qreen, second base; Wett1«r~Tetl field; Blckel, catcher; Madden, first base; Hill, third base; J. Green, center field; Weaver, shortstop; Tarbell, right fleld; Garret and Flint, pitchers; Seldenstlcker and fiersdorfer, substitutes. The Indianapolis Mets will play at Alex- ttndi-la today. The Mets have a.strong lineup: and expect' to be In the -running for -the state semi-professional .championship this season. Heno and Veach will form the battery for the locals. The following players are requested to bo at the Terminal Station at 0:46 o'clock; Polrler; Ash, Oaks, Guy, Stewart, Veach, Heno, Smart, Mannon, Iler- roh find Cong. For games address F. Eberg, 16 North Pennsylvania street or cull Prospect 2766. , , Tho Municipal league schedule for today follows: Marlon Camp Woodmen vo. Meldon Club, Riverside diamond No. 1 at 3 o'clock. Umpire, Yeager. No. 88 Maoca- beas vs. Indianapolis Senators, Garflold Park diamond No. 1'at 8 o'clock. -Umpire, 'Helcher.. Daschlor Monograms vs. Dutch 'Master* at Garfleld Paik diamond No. 8 at 8 o'clock. Umpire, Roecjcel. Indianapolis · Tigers vs. C., I. W.s, Brookslda Park diamond No. 8 ftt 8 o'clock. Umplrs, Ennle. Tha ..Tndlanapolls Merits will play, at Columbus' today.. Robinson or IJeflman will do the-pitching for the locftjs, While, Lucid will catch,' Eylens and Anderson .will form tho battery for the Columbus club. Thl Merits will play at Peru on next Sunday. The schedule Is filled up to Juno u.. Capitol Council, T. M,. I., No, 278, has the following lineup and wanta games with out- of-town teams: Lyjioh, catcher; Sexton, shortstqp_;__Hafnor,_flr»t base;__AAderson, seo- ond_basej Reid, third btt»fc; Kennedy, left flel.d; Noonln, center field; Moran, right fleld; Donohy and. Nash, pltoherB;-Sullivan, Welt- zel arid Smith subs. Address L. J., Boston, Fountain Squire Hall, caro Dr. J. N Bparke. Th» followlns Knights of Columbus play- are are requested to report at tho hall at 1 o'clock this afternoon; Qulnn, Mahan, Flaherty, Elliott, Corrlgeln, Manthle, Brcon, Welsh, J. Foanoy, A. Fe«noy, Martin, Deery, Klrckhoff, Luchulg and Fletcher. For gam«s addrens O. W. Deery, 81 Alexandra flats. . The Allison Coupon Company team defeated the Printing-Arts Company, club yesterday, 11 to 0. Hoffman, pitching for tho winners, allowed but one hit and struck out seventeen men. For game's with the winners address Charles Walsh, caro the Allison Coupon Company. Tho Jj. E. W.s defeatofl tho B««ch Orovo N. Y. C. team yesterday, 5 to 4. Collman'g pitching wan tho feature. He gavo out but six hltn and struck out nlno men. Score, by Innings; L. E. W... 0 0 0 8 0 I 1--5 10 2 Beech Grove. 2 0 - 2 0 0 0 0--4 6 4 Batteries--Collman and Boydj' Berry, Healy and Good. The Indianapolis Duosseldorfers are without R gamo for today and would like to hear from some fast local team. Call D. H. Ovorman, North 7580. Tho Indianapolis Bpectftls will havo their final practice at Wllllard Park, diamond No. 2,' at 1 o'clock ioday. All players are requested to bn present, For games address !-. W. Ourry. 824 Stato Lifo Building, or call Main 3018. Tho Indianapolis -Em'-RboB aro ready to meet the strongest teams In tho state. Tho Bm-Roo0 aro composed of strong players, tha mont of whom have had minor league experience. The following players aro on the team: Cantwoll, Bender. IMoCann, Mlllor, Welch, Weddle, Brlggs, white, Bud Smith, Nash, Hackloman, Canflold and Lents. For games address Bud Damn, caro of the Board of Tratlo, Culver Boy Breaks S30«Yard Record at Lake Forest Games [Special to The Indianapolis Star.] LAKH FOREST, 111., May 6. P VANSTON ACADEMY easily took *^ the thirteenth annual Lake Forest College interscholastlc track and field meet at Lake Forest today. Lake Forest was second, in a close race with Culver, which finished third. Five records were smashed, In the mile run, the 440-yard dash, the shot- put, tho high Jump and the 880-yard run. C. Whltchead of Culver made the half mile in 2:06 3-6. WISCONSIN IS EASY VICTOR OVER PURDUE Badgers Score 88 Points to the Boiler Makers' 47 -- Mucks Stars for Winners With 20 Points in Weight Events. MADISON, WiB., May 6.--Wisconsin track and field athletes defeated Purdue easily In the dual meet here today by a score of 88 to 47. Mucks of Wisconsin was the big point getter with a total, of 20. In the discus throw ho set a conference mark of 145 feet 10 inches, passing the previous mark/ of 140 feet 2 inches held by Qarrela of Michigan. With a inark of 141 feet, 11% inches in the Javelin throw he broke tho former record by 9 feet. . Schrlenberg of Purdue won tho 120- yard hlgh v hurdles In 16 1-5 seconds, while his teammate, A t k i n s , . ' w o n the two-mile run. Summaries: 100-yard Dash--Casey (W.j, ilrat; Smith (W;). socond; Landis (P.), third. Time, ;10 flat. Mlje Kun~- Schardt (W.), first; F. F. Casey (W.), second; Carter (W.), third. Time, 4:28. Shot Put--Mucke (W.), first; 1'rlns (P.), second; Crowe (P.), third. Distance, 40 feet 1ft Inches. 220-Yard .Dash--Pederson (W.), Caey (W.). second;- Car tor (VV.), Time, 12214. 120-Yard High Hurdles--Sohrtenberg (P.), first; Holntzen (W.). Hecoiid; Burko (W ) third. Time, :16Mi. ' ' Pole, Vault--L. Smith (W.), first; Bone- diet and Abbett (P.), tied Cor second Height, 11 foot Discus Throw--Mucks (W.), first; Arbuckle (P.), second;'Pi-Inn-(P.), third Distance, J45 (eat 10 Inches. 440-Yard Dash--Williams (W.), first; Vanakon (P.), second; Sego (P.). third. Tlmo, :50%. Broad Jump--C. . Smith (W.), f i r s t ; I, Smith (W.), second; Field (W.), third Distance, 22 feet 11H Inches. Two-Mile Run--Atkins (P.), first; Felton (W.)/ second; Merrill (W.), third. Time, 9:64%. , ' . . Hammer Throw--Mucks (W.), first; Jordan (P.), second; Prlns (P.), third. DIs- :anoe, 120 feet 4 Inches. first; third. 220-Yard Low Hurdles--Burke (W.), first; Heintzen (W.), oecond; Albright (W.) third. - Time, :2(J',4. ' Half-Mlle Run--Harvey (W.). f i r s t ; Campbell.. (P.,),.,pft«ond; .YanAkeu .(P.),-third. Time; 1:56 %. Javelin--Mucks W.), first; -Mason (P.), second;' Arbuckle (P.), third. Distance, 141 "ect 11 Mi inches. Suits and Top Coats $20.00 to $40.00 Golf, riding suits and requisites of outing Paul H. Krauss Co. 26 North Pennsylvania Street Let us help you decide on the Right wear-. Sprin'g Suit Top Coat or Hat Hats Knox hats....$5.00 Mossant hnts..$5.00 Knox Beacon hats $3.00 Krauss Special · - l i n t s ..$3.00 Golf and traveling _'«aps, $1 to $2.50 Shirts that fit well and wear\well in abundance of beautiful late patterns, priced at $1.50 to $7.50 Look Will Convince You Of the Superior Quality and Style of Our Merchandise in-All Lines, and a Purchase Insures you ^ Large and Equitable Return for Every Dollar Spent Neckwear Beautiful new coloring's that will appeal to the good tasto of the most fastidious dressers, priced at 50cto$3,00 The Paul H. Krauss jCo. 26 North Pennsylvania Street Indiana Defeats the Methodist CONCLUDE^-FROM PAGE ONE. shut out Princeton by tho same s;oro of 1 to 0. AH on last Saturday RUHHHI! allowed Princeton but two hits'. Score: Cauldwell Sets New State Mark ,. CONCLUDED FROM PAGE ONE. Hampton, Layering and Hay (I.), and Cnl- vert ( K . ) , , tied for second. Holslit, i, foot Inches. · . Discus Throw--E. Mills (E.), f i r s t ; Tnvo- nar (I.), second;- (Crosby ( I . ) , third. ris- anca, 117 feet 4 Inches. Shot Put--Morrlsh ( i s . i , first; Tuvonar (I.), second; Mlllor ( I . ) , ' t h i r d . Distance, 41 feet " Inches. . , Thlrty-fiya Pound Hammer--Murohle (I. Irst;'Morrish (13.), Buc'ond; -Rlchardsu hlrd. DlHtarice, 40 f e e t , 6 % inch 0 efi. 120-Yard High Hurdles--Popfi ( T . ) , flrnt; Jalvort (13.), second; Rees (B.), t h i r d . Time, 1G 3-6 seconds. , 220-Yard Low Hurdles---Khown.llor' (T. 1 ), Irst; I^ynrlsey ( I , ) , second; Morris (I.), hlrd. Time, 27 l-.fi- seoonds. 100-Yard Dash---Wear ( J . ) , first; Culrell rohla (I.), i-dson (I.), E.), second; Allen (I,),' third, ieconds. Time, 10 1-G 220-Yard Dash--Cutroll (13,), fii-at; All-n I.), second; Wftar (I.), third. Time, 2^ 1-B econds. ' 440-Yard Dnsh--Hayes ( I \ ) , first-; D. M i l l s K.), second; W. P..- Wallace (I.), t h i r d . Time,- f2 -seconds.- - ·-.,-- .--..---. r -.-. =--880-Yard Run---R. S. Wallace nml W. P. Wallace' (I.), tied for first; Wllwm.. (I.), hlrd.- --Time, 2 minute); 8 1-5- 'sRcomlu. One-Mile, Run--R. S. Wallace ( I , ) , first; Hutton (R.)", , second; Wilson ( I . ) , t h i r d . i'lme, 4 minutes, 4 3 1 - 5 seconds. Two-Mile Run--llclns, (I.); first; Canaday B.), second; Hutton- (B.), third. Tlma, 10 nlnuteB 18 seconds. .Officiant--Buckley, starter; Baker, retiree und Head, Hold judge; Mar.shall, clerk; Martin, announcer. MICHIGAN BEATS IRISH. Blue and Maize Men Are First and Second in the Dash Events. ' . ANN ARBOR, Mich-, May 6.-- Michigan defeated \ Notro Damo on Ferry Field his afternoon. 76 to 49. Tho Wolverine Inder men took ten firsts to' four for ho Catholics. Captain Smith caphirefl oth dashes with O'Brien 'Second.', each ' fme. ' CroKft of Michigan t h f t ' ' d h i y ther double-winner, taking:the shot and dlsous event, getting a distance of m eet with tho discus. Ufer and Murphy ame within 8-5 of a second of the track ecord In the half mile when they lln- ahed a dead heat In 1 minute 6 1-(S The summaries follow: Cor. AB H O A H Kuuter,2. 3 0 0 2 0 M f l l i - n . S . 4 0 0 0 0 Clary.o... 4, 1 0 4 1 O'Conl.of. 3 0 3 - 0 0 I h u l i l . r f . . 4 - 4 1 0 0 Vulntne.lf 3 8 0 0 0 1_0 0 0 r. 3 i- o Idcftley.sT "3" 1 0 HUHSul.p.--.4 0 0 Prince. AB H O A E Aio.lf.. . . . 3 0 0 1 0 Tlbbott.rf 4 1 0 0 0 Hoyt.cf. . . 4 0 1 0 0 Drlggs.H. . 4 0 0 4 0 Dougltts.o. 4 1 0 4 0 'Keating.. 0 0 0 0 0 Hcully.i...- 8. 0 0 0 O H(itlicnn,3 2 0 1 0 0 ' Law,2. . . . 3 0 7 1 0 Mnlc.p:. . 3 0 0 2 0 To'talB .30 2 87 12 0 Totals..30 10'Sff 11! 4 'I/Ink out, on third bunt strlko. 'Ran for DouSlas In n i n t h . Corniill (I 0 0 p 0 0 0 0 1---1 Princeton ;. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0--0 Stolen bi\Bcs r -lludd, Drlggs. Bacrlllco hlta - ' - - V i i l i ' - n t l n i : . IjUihV'lK. EcUley. BUHOS on balls --Off Russoll, .8; off Link, 4. Hits ami narnr-d rum---Off Link, 10 hits, 1 run In fl InnlnBB. Hit by pitcher--By Link, Mellen. Btruck oiit--Uy R.iiHHell, 7; by Link,. 7: Wild pjtch--Link. Passed .ball- DotiijlaBu. pit-en--Johnston and Freeman. Time--1:50. NOTRE DAME 18 VICTOR. Walsh Defeats Western State Normal, 6 to 0, Allowing Two Hits. ·SOUTH HICND, Iiid., May ' 6,--Notro Darno took advnntiigo of It's-three hltn today and defeated WcHto.rn. State Normal of KaluinuvsoOj 6 to Welsh of Notro Dame lot Women; Ktitto down w i t h but two blngles. Tho lluoslcrn Rumored a single, a double and a triple olf Cooking-, ham and all throe bits figured Iri t l i » scoring. CooldiiKham of tho vlHJtpi-H. got !.i:H far IIH t h i r d cm an error and a wild liltch In tho n i n t h , but a fast double play, (lorcorari to Meycro to Kcc.tiiin, r e t i r e d him at tho plato when ho attempted to score; on lilpp'n tap. Soore^ " . ; .NVI-V--A-H-II-U-A-K W d l f i - . B . . 3 1 1 1 ISlwurd.cf r,iihrop,ir 3 0 2 0 0 i r ,0 T Meycr.s.l. 3 0 K . l l n i ' , 3 . . . ;i 1 8 .1 0 5 i i Wiu-d.rf.. 2 0 0 0 0 Curi-orn.a 3 0 3 B 1 Koerian.c. 3 0 11 2 p WalBh.p. . 3 0 1 0 ' i Lmiird.rf.. 3_0 H O A' 4 0 2 1 Corbott.S. 3 0 8 0 0 Tli'omUH.cf 8 1 'I 0 0 "He-ii,!-.. . 3 0 5 -0 0 Ulfii:h«r,lf. 8 1 1 0 0 runlap,2, 8 0 0 2 0 M u l l e n , c . . 3 0 9 1 2 Cokghrn,p' 3 0 . 0 2 0 Records Broken. TERIUD HAIJTJ3, ihd.. May C. rjEPAUW titillates broke two Indiana *^ College AthlotUi J(igut rewords in the triangular trunk meet'hero today. DoPiuiw won with 82, ROHO Poly 29, ami Indiana Stnto Normal School C. Junes set a now mark In tho 220-yard hurdles of :26 S-B, beating the former record of :ii(i 2-5. Cook won tho polo vault with a mark of 11,8. Tho fonnor record Was 11.4. . ins 25-Mile Run 7th Time HT. l.OUlfi, Mo., Mliy 8.---Sldnny Hatch, r u n n i n g uml«r t l i o - ' u u l o r u of tho I l l l n o l u A t h l u t l c Club, Chk'iiBn, .today won tho HII-. niial marathon of tli« MlRHuurl A t l i l n t l u AH- BoalaUon for tho ixwnntli tlni(). l l l n tltno wdB .3:05:10. Tlio d l H t u u o o wnii t w o n t v - l l v f mlli.'H. . . , -' WINS BY TWO^POJNTS. MICDKOIll), MASH., May ().-- T u f t » won a olomi track mnnt from Rliodo I n l n n d H U i t n Cullega by u ecoro of 64 (o 82 loduy, OTWELL TAKES QUADRANGULAR. ' Ind., May C.-TMTh« Otwoll truck team won tlio 1'llin County trunk .moist ai W.lnBlrtw thin aftiirnoon. .Snore: Otwdll, 41); WhiHlow, 3fl; Union, 27; Hteininl, J3. Tlio I'ptcraburir H l K h Hcliool and Uakluiiil 'Cni. k'H« tnainii w i l l hold a moot horn mxt 1 uoaduy. PRINCETON^ SHOOTERS BEAT. NEW HAVBN, Conn., May «.-- PrlnooUm won th« IntertollcKlato Hlioot lier_a tortay, m.-orliiR 4M points to '148 'hy Vn|c. Harvard wan third, w i t h 390' atirl U n i - t m o u l h f o u r t h w i t h Rtii, ., r BIG LffAQUE AND ASSOCIATION AVERAGES WILL. BE FOUND - ON PAGE 00. Scouts Must Pass On; College Star Signs Up With the Detroit Tigers R« "* DICTKO1T, Mich., Slay (i. . N A O K U JKNN1NOS of tho Do- troll baseball . c l u b haa been at slorloH publlnhod in American league cltlns, that baseball Hcontii have boon-clOBoly watch- I n u ' l h n work of Pitcher Wutsun, a left *lw.nJi»l"t\vffTor~"~w I'm', ....... iTiitil »·«-" c i i n l l y , w;ui w i t h tho T r i n i t y (Texan) U n l v o i - H l t y team. When t h e TIBWM' worn at, Witxuhachlu ' JIIHI whiter, W a t H o n burnt Into prominence by H t r l k l D K out t w e n t y - H l x butlers' of the Texan (.IbrlHtlan Unlvernlty team, In u H - l i i n l i i K Kaftie. Manngor · ,T«n- nliiBH took.olflcial notice of tho f«at; watched VVntHoti In tt practice work- inii and Watnoja'H nlKnod' contract now In I n . PreHident Navln'H mife. The yoiuiKHter will play with tho JIoiiHton (Tex,) c.lub thin Heauon, after which lie will bo recalled by' the TltforH, It wua announced. Weds Daughter of Capitalist CHICAGO, May 0.-- Robert A. Gardner, tiatlonaUiinuteur golf champion and holder of u former Intercollegiate polo v a u l t record", made while ho waft a Httidant at Yule, was married hero today to Mlas K a t h i T l r i e Keep, dau«htei- of Cluumcey Keep, a Chicago rapitallHt, Mr. and MrH. ( l a r d n e r w i l l pasi.s llielr honeymoon « t W h i t e -.Sulphur Springs, Vn. _ TRINITY 18 WINNER, l I A H T K O H n , form., .May 0. -- Trinity d«- fmitPil ManmichuBottH ABi-lcuHural Collage In a rtuiil track arid flold meet h«re today, ·72 yj~ t o " ' ~ ' " " ' ' ' ' . . . . . . . . . . WIN 8 NET TOURNEY^ I'MILADWLPHIA. Pa., May 6,-- Hilt Hohool of Pottstown, Pa., toflny won tho IJnlvei-Blty of Ponnsylvanla IntorwholiiBtle tonnlfi tournamont. Totals .28 2 24 6 2 0~~0 Time. M.), second; Hardy (N. D.), third. :10. · ' . 320-Yard Dash--Smith (M.), first: O'Brien M.), second; Kins (N. D.), third. Time. :228-5. - ' ; . . 440-Yard . Dash--Fontana (M.), first; Miller (N. D.), aeoond; Fox (M.), third, "Mme .0:50 4-6. Half-Mlle Run--Ufor (M.), first; Murphy N. D.), tied first; MoDonough (N. D.). hlrd. Time, liB8 1-8. Mile Run--Carroll (M,), first; Donnelly M.), second; .Call (N. D.), third. Time, ;41 4-8. Two-Mile Run--Reynolds (N. D.), first! Meehan (M.), second; Kuivlhen (M.), third, "line, iO:7 1-B. 1110-Yard Hurdles--Klrkland (N. DO, ret; Warner (M,), second; Stcrrott, (N. D.), hlrd. Time, 0:10 2-6. · · 220-Yard Hurdles--Fishor (M.). first; Clrkland (N. P.), second; Catlett (M.), hird. Tlmo, 0 : 2 0 2-6. ·' Shot Put--Cross (M.), ftrnt; Smith (M.), odond; Bachman (N. D.), third. Distance, 2 feet Hi Inched. Hammer Throw--Bastaln (M.), fij-st; Jooko (N. D.), uocond; distance, 118 feat Inches. ·Edgrcn McKonna, Yengor 1,'UtU JVWU^l-----J^UBitJJl Avivji\.j||Iia .1 Olljf or N. D.), tlort, ftrnt. Hoisrht, 10 feot 8 Inches, HlKh Jutnp--di-legt -fMr)-;-~nrst; MoOulro N. D.), eooond; Corbln (M.), third. Height, feet 8 Inches. Broad Jump--Fruend (N. D.), first;-Miller N. D.), Bflcond; Flolds (M.), third. DIs- anoc, 30 feat 10 V4 tnchea. Discus Throw--Croos - M . ) , Orgf, Bnch- nan (N. !.), second; Cooko (N. I).), third. Distance, 128 'oct 2 Inehos. Other College Games. CBICKETJPUyER DIES, PHILADELPHIA, Pa., May 6,~-Edward M. Crogar. widely known In this country and In Groat Britain as a crlokoter, dlod at his homo horo. today. He was a tnombor of several ole'vona that represented thin country In cricket matches in England. At Worcester, Mans.--Trinity, 7; Worces- r Tech., 8 (11 I n n i n g s ^ . At Orono, Mo.--Baton, 2; University of lalne, 1. At Pjovldenco, R. I.--Brown, 2; Holy ''ross, 0. At Weatpolnt, N, Y.---Army, 15; George, town, 0. · ' . At Annapolis, Md.,~-Navy, 6; Buoknell, 1. At New York--Columbia-, 2; Wcoleyan, 1. At Hanover, N. H,--Dartmouth, 6; University 1 of Vermont, 1. , At Colby, Mo.--Colby!, \; / Bowdoln, 2. At Manchester. N. H.--St. Anaelm's, 2( Boston College, 0. At Eaflton, Pa.--Ur»lnu8, 4; Lafayette, 3. At South Bothleliom, Pa.--Lohlgh, C; Pennsylvania State, 4. At Wllllams't^wn, Mass.--Williams, 9; Union, 6.) , At Modford, Mans.--Tufts, 18; Cathollo University, 2. At Andover, Mann.---Princeton FroBhmon, 1; Phillips Andovor, ». · At Baltlmorc~Johnn Hopklnn, 9; Bwarth- moro, 3. . At Mount Vernon, la.! Cornell College, 3; University t loweu' !· . 1 Totals .28 3 27 10 3 Western Rtato, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Notro.Damo... 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 3 Two-biiBo hit--Kline. Thr«e-bano hit-- Liithrop. Stolen bani'ii---Miiyors 2, Lathrop, ci-lfic-o lilts -vLuthrop,' Ward, Corcoran. H t r n c k ' out -- By Walsh 10; by Cooklnghain, Banes on balls--Ore Cooklngham, 4. Hit hy liltclKT- Uy. Cooklngham, Miyers. Wlld- |)lton--Walsh. Do.ublo play--Corcoran- to Moycrn to Kneiian. .Umpire--Anderaoh. MAHAN BLANKS QUAKERS. T'HIIjAPKI.PllIA, I'a., May 6.~-Mihan's fine pitch jbr kept Pennsylvania fn;m scorlnx toriy : while the vlaltorB batted' the' local pitoherH'.hard- enoughi to win, to 0. Tho Cambridge team began hitting In the first Inning, compelling Cromwell to leave the game In the seu- ond. Harvard ran wild on the buueu. P«nii. AH H O A Ifl Hulllvan.lf 2 0 1 0 0 Uvi-dr--AB H O A pi Colldpe.cf 3 1 1 0 0 Nash, 1.-- - 4- 111--0-0 ,Al)l)Ott,2. 4 0 2 2 0 Hartc.i;. . 8 1 18 0 0 Mahan,p. 4 1 0 8 0 Beal.8, . . 8 0 0 1 0 Frlpp,lf.. 4 2 0 0 0 Perny.rf.. 4 1 0 0 0 Bth'fiold.s 4 1 0 8 0 .:--0--1--B--1- 'Hj|i 1 0 0 0 0 KwTglar.rf 8 0 0, 0 0 'I..Hay. .. .1 0 0 0 0 Bnrry,B. . . 8 1 4 8 0 B m l t h . l . . 4 1 10' 0 0 1 8 0 0 0 0 8 0 Bomiln,of. Moore, 3.. Ullmore,o. J 0 8 1 1 Crmwoll.p 0 0 0 3 0 B/Iulmn,p 8 0 0 2 0 HDoh.o. . . 0 0 0 0 0 Kande.2.. 0 0 0 0 0 Totals. 83 8 27 9 0| Totals., it 8 8T14 t 'Batted for Todd In the olghth. ·Batted for-8wlgler. In the ninth. H a r v a r d . . . .'.. 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 - ' 0--4 P e n n s y l v a n i a . , 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0--0 Two-base hits--Nanh, Bonnls. Three-baso h i t - - M i i l u i n . Stolen laneB--Nash, Frlpp 2, -Harto, Percy 2. Coolldgc, Bei'ry. Baorlflco l i l t - - M a h a n . Double playa--Todd to Berry to "Hirilth; Beal to Abbott to Nanh. BaHCM on ballH off Mahan, 8; off Cromwell, 1; off Bplolman, 1. Hits and earned runii--Off OoiriwHI, ^ lilts, 2 rims In I'A I n n i n g s ; off Splelinan, B h i t s - in 1% Innings. Itlt by j n l c h i ' i By "Miilinn, Ollmonj. Btruok out-By Muhan, 11; by ftplnlma'n, f!. Umpires-- McQowan and Fostf-r. Time--1:50. MAROONS ARE BEATEN. CHICAGO, May 6.--Poor fielding and er- rorn of Judgment by University of Chicago players cont them thn opening .homo gamo of the season today to Ohio fitato, 0 to 3. Score: Ohio H t a t o . . , ' ' 0 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 0--6 9 8 eh4-:u-r' . . · , n (i 1 n 0. 1 0 I 0 -- 3 -. 9 3 Batteries---fllml, Larkln in.d Hart; 1'otlo and Ji.ncH. ILLINOIS BEATS PURPLE. CHICAGO, May 0.-~The University of Illinois defeated Northwestern University, 4 to 1, today. Tho batting of Krebw, tho Halau brothers and Koptlc of tho visitors featured. 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