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THE DETROIT FREE PRESS SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1 93 f Jack High Pushed To Last Stride To Beat Sunvir a Nose at Belmont Park 10 FLEET VETERAN 'IN SEVERE TEST Concede 17 Pound to Lone Rival and Steps Mile in 1 :36 4-5. McAtee and Renick Wage Rid- - in; Duel and Class Tells at Finish. Pflmont Park, N. T., May 29. (A. P.) George D. Wldcner's fine mller, Jack High, almost struck a enag here this afternoon In the Sun Briar, an overnight handicap which featured the program. Only two horses started and the son of John P. Grier was held at the prohibitive odds of 1 to 10, but It took the very best he had to reach the wire a nose winner over K. E. Hitt's Sunvir, quoted at 8 to 1. McAtee brought the winner home in the splendid time of 1:361-5, over a fast track. Jack High carried 122 pounds, conceding 17 pounds to his rival, also a 5-year-old. During the early running McAtee had the favorite UYulcr restraint while Renick also was sitting snugly on the lightly weighted Sunvir. After leaving the hack stretch McAtee attempted to move away, hut Sunvir hung on IpnarlnnslV. Rtmiirhtenerl nut in the stretch, Sunvir was practically on even terms with Jack High and n appearea as 11 ne migni win, out Jack High showed real gameness and outlasted the Sun Briar gelding. Sun Beau and Mr. Sponge had been listed to start and their withdrawal took much interest out of the event. WYKOFF SETS DASH RECORD Continued From First Sport Tge. Henry Russell of Cornell in 1926 And by Wykoff last yeqr. Tolan Favored in Furlong. The Trojan flash's chief opposition tomorrow will come from Eddie Tolan the bespectacled Negro Star and only entry from the University of Michigan. Tolan's best time in the lW today was 98 sec onds, after which he qualified easily in the 220-yard dash, with Uyer eliminated, Tolan will be favored to take the furlong. Yale, with seven qualifiers, and Pennsylvania, with six, led the east-trn teams, who apparently will have to be contented tomorrow with a battle among themselves for third -place. Harvard, although qualifying only three men today, will be In this group, along with Cornell, but the eastern strength appeared too scattered to offer much resistance to the far western rush, Pennsylvania's star broad Jumper jjomoine Boyle, outdid himself in the trials with a record leap of 25 feet lMi Inches, as he accounted for tha day's second record performance. This added only one-quarter of an inch to the former mark of 25 feet, inch, set by Jesse Hill, ff Southern California, in 1929. j, K Bids for World Mark. Eastman, Stanford's bespectacled ophomore, was started In both middle distance runs by an eleventh hour decision, prompted by his sensational quarter-mile trial in 48.3 seconds, eased up. The rangy, blond youngster will make his bid tomorrow to beat the world's record of 47.4 seconds, set by Ted Meredith, of Pennsylvania, In the I. C. A. A. A. meet of 1916. Without apparent effort Eastman also won his 880-yard heat in 1:58.3. George Bullwinkle, College of the City of New York, ran his half-mile trial in the fine time of 1:65, but he will have difficulty repeating his tomorrow, inasmuch as he first will defend his championship in the mile run. There were a number of other exceptional performances in the trials. The University of California's tar entry, Ken Churchill, outclass- d the javelin field with a throw of ' 210 feet 7 Inches, less than two feet short of his meet record. George Clark, Cornell timber topper, after : running three preliminary heats, qualified in his fourth trial in the 120-yard high hurdles in 14.9 sec-ends, the fastest time of the day. " ' Stanford Leads in Discus. The Stanford discus tossers, taking four of the first five positions, were led by Bob Jones. His throw fit 159 feet, 2' inches was more than 11 feet beyond the best toes of his nearest rival and teammate, lienry Laborde. Three Stanford shot put qualifiers were topped unexpectedly by Bob Hall, of Southern Callfcirnla. with a throw of 49 feet, IT inrhea. The distribution of -luallfiers between the two far western squads was as follows: Stanford Four In discus, three in shot put, two each in 440-yard run and broad jump, one each in javelin, 100-yard dash, 880-yard run, 220-yard low hurdles and 220-yard dash. Southern California Two each fii 440, 120-yard high hurdles and 220-yard low hurdles; one each in shot put, javelin, discus, 100-yard dash, broad jump, 880-yard run and 220-yard dash. How Others Fared. The complete distribution of qualifying places bv colleges: Stanford, 16; Southern California, 13; Yale, 7; Pennsylvania, 6; Princeton, 5; Cornell and Syracuse, 4 each: Har vard, Colgate, New York university and Georgetown, 3 each; California, City College of New York, Michigan. Bowdoin, Williams and Brown, 2-each; Dartmouth, Boston college C6!umb!a, Michigan State, William and Mary, Rutgers and Colby, 1 ench. ATTEXTIOX GOLFERS! Tha United Commercial Travelers Coif and Country Club, located on Crand Kiver Avcitua, between Island Lako and Brighton, will open on Decoration Day for play. Connellar Bent Turf Greens. A limited number f aoemberahipa at tba price of Greens Feea are available. Open to tha Public at $1.00 Creens Fee. Excellent meaJs aerved at the temporary clubhoueo on the course. Detroit Office, 1214 Lafayette Bldf. Inquire for T. S. Lcith. I urn nr Gm 10. IA TOamn Detroit v. Cleveland ftox o ftMrt4 fmU at tl ricl4 NNINQGES FRIDAY'S RESULTS. WOODBINE. FIRST RACE Four and one-half fur Innirs Sililllra (Phillip.) 4.35 J n S as M.irlene I Rnlrrtnn I . 3.34 2 nil Sheila Worn) T'id l ft HO rimp. 4. Winn nr Wsvs .Taffa Snitch. Runflre, Lur-hj I'olly and Frinoeas SUHa MIHf) l-AII. SECOND RACE About two and a qur ter milrs. Nasnr M ollin.l . 4 00 3 40 ISO Wiiiinritnn (Wotkei . . 10. SO 8.30 uniin Mjhirski iM'tanl g 40 Time. 4 .14- il-S. (inld Tmp. Hitnn Joy ml t.MarcclIa also ran. tBrier sarin entry. . THIRD RACE Mils and seventy yards: LucicacK iltiili'lniiii . g.lo 8.35 2 70 lld News Ilnh I Riley) ).7o 2 30 Kid Ilnar mainly). .1 fill Tim. 4-6. reto, Soli Ollla and Blimp also ran. FOI-RTII RAf'E Six furlorirs: Rtlhlo I Kohertsnn l . . . .05 2 00 5 30 Knhiirasnn (Mi.mnisl 2.55 Sin lltonny Johnny (Wellsl au T'H'"' .' ll'mina Ran. Noa Joyce and Zmnliar also ran. tstmpsnn entry. Kim I HACK Mil and a sixteenth: .Twite It irtji-it (Aim ml 4.15 a 10 2 30 h:itfr 1-iay (Mniinius) a. 15 3 20 Montana (Kiley) ... 335 Tune I 411. Spanish. Black Patricia and Ilullrr John nlm rim, SIXTH HACK Sit furlonirs: Pea Kale (Kminl 6.10 2 SO S 40 I.ady M.Nrill IDiliddol 2.8 3511 Serir. Major (Tuwnr w) 335 Time. 1:1.1 2-S. Oslrmore, Optical, Zarf, Ren Kair. Rose, l.ady. Red Riiiire. r.anlien Jar, Evanatto and Tha Hovel alao ran. SEVENTH RACE Mila and aevenlj yanis: Dark Sinl iDiliddol . 8.15 4.20 2 TO run ida (inld 1 itnh sun 1 3 85 2 Ml j y"'-$" ' rr ,,, A j om Time.. Riifird Hoy. Nae- Br"k 'a"i i -.nrrnas sen ran Il.lv The AMoolated rieaa.) WASHINGTON PARK. FIRST RACF Five flirlnnn' Anth. Wayne if'he m) 38.89 13 40 S Sfl Delven tElmont 7. IS S S2 Nifht Tiniace IJoneei 74 St Time. 1 01 2 ft. MJntnn. I.djr Ratta, Sweepmar. foletoem. Call" to Arma. Prince Herbert, Lapidary. Maillaiw and Prince Rno alo ran. "Field. SECOND RACE Sir turlnnra- Silver Lake (Allen) 1 90 3 OS t PhanlaiMme cpool i .. . 11 04 7 ort Eifhty Twenty (Smith I ft 14 Time. 1-1.1 3. ft. lucky Ca'ler. Hirh Pockets, ".lamncaa, eTrujlnn. Lade Oib-on. 'Majory Nell. Kiair. Ri Bl and Terrible Turk aluo ran 'Field. THIRD RACE Mile and TO yarda (out of chut I : Site fire iRcddlnr). 41 8 5? ft4 BSt Etlll (Richard I . IHr-l Mew thi.m )S' huttel 3 in j Time 1 44 3-S Hornpipe. Q.ieen' I i -E.ntiiai"r. Houinc fcea. t are! Ma- hete. Piaylello a In-eam and Dark Ayr m,i FOI RTH RACE Six furlnnta- aim Spar Uoneel li5.lt) ft AC lH,n Icn fJamea . . . Z.Q'i )t ml tirown WtMimi (Turkl 3 40 Time 1.13 4-6. Beity Derr and Cajuia al" rvi KIKTIr RACK Mile and levenly yardi (oill nt chute ( : H.de A We,. (Smlthl ... gS ft SJ 4 OS Tlil.tle Hill, (M'l'oyl SH ft h t oedr f Rneet . Time. I 44 4 ft. Rode Bean Pima. Illue Cloud. Show IHiwn. Puniehment. Jcunller, Chicago Girl, Low Gear and Spud aluo ran. Kteld. SIXT'H RACE One mil (nut of chm!- Thl-tle Fyrn iS.-hutlc) a.48 2 ft4 S.lrt I m Kmll.-ik (Mcadel a.OtJ 2 j .Uv- Kcne.haw (Roael ... .. 5-?I.b, ,v5 "' T.m. 1 .-IM 'I K D 1 U..M1.. ...J "KOl V Of - . .. -, rauuiii sum cr mlculitr aim, ran. SEVENTH RACK Mile nnd a ouarlcr Misa Maryland (Ricll'dl 37.74 J'.'.St- 4H Devon (Vercher) 8. UK .'1(1(1 t Hhiiun it tinniiiB-ham Il.ftn Time, 2:011. Nazdar. Dick rorter. I.u-r.lV Fadilv. Toral Reach, l.ariv. Kienviil ana orrine u aiBO ran. (By The Associated Preai.) BAINBRIDGE FIRST RACK Six ltirlnnra: Little Effnrl iRoblei.. 6.20 .ISO 2. so -n. m pnn i majescj 7.B0 ,4.stl Cloudy (Dewaint.... 2 80 Time, 1 :13 .).. Fallen Inf Vandlon, Mayea Lull, Marire Collins, Pmie. 'Zehra. I'rinwaa Nlfht. Sklpaway and Renville also ran. Flcld SKCOND RACK Five fiirlonps: Raplanaile ( Montir'ery I 2(1.00 S.S0 4.00 Wild Kitty (I n,l,ols) 4.(10 a ( UnM.'ilned ( Horn I .. .. aim Tune. 1 (II .'t -ft. RuMiy Roy. Miss A-ama, Vanity Case, Thrush av, Kvelvn H Crescent City, Loifwnud, Ruck Tlay and Zriiiw.-ll nlso run. Kleld THIRD RACE Mile and a sixteenth: Pins; Clinics (Fowler).. 10.00 4 .110 a 00 nraina ( Farc 1 3.K1 2 hil Kilpluates I Buckley I. 4(1(1 Time, 1 :4!i ,'I-S. Staccntn. Woodv T.oiur. Tcrianiiva, "rtiie. RiniKlincck. VaitalKuid. (in Trial Oderic and Tin Hat alsu ran. Field. FOURTH RACK Mile and a sixteenth-Cniim W (Scurloikl.... 80 4 MO .'l.'IO IliiptlHte ( Ruble I a. 01) rj.rtll Fairvman iHornl . 2 flu Time, 1 -4H :i-K. Pcblile's I.asl, Nara-hout, Crowned Head, Curutor and Cyranu alnn rnn. FIFTH RACE Six furlnnrs: Iloaai ty 1 Shaw I 25 SO 10.(10 4 40 Little Tout (O Haia) 4 SO .'1 (! One Cenl I l.utherl 4 "ii Time. 1:1-3 4 ft. Prlmlin. Backl,ne, Etlcniinter. "Prince Mexican. Toltec. Pclnia liunn. Faylin The Judite and Sun Wurship also run. Field, SIXTH RACE One mile- Rv Product (Faael 44 20 IS 00 7 lit ilarklM. iFrorallrl .... 13.00 Slid Mrs. Foster (Allen! . a SO Time 1 ::10. nnnuna. Riack Alice. Skv Rich. Rare Charm. Clpmniie. "Aurica. (iertrude Rende. Alamae and Hattie Scth also ran. Fie!d. SEVENTH RACE On mile: 1 Princess Zelda t Rohle I S 80 4 40 5. SO Runola ( Miintronirry).. A. 40 4 0(1 Vera C (Horn 1.. . . V. 40 Time. 1 ail a-S. Verve. 'Lunacy. Chill Wind. Mimosa San, Rohina Selh Lucky Pritt. Red Nan, Perfect Alibi and SiiasU Love also ran. Field. (Dy The Associated Frees.) BELMONT. FIRST RACE Four and one-half fur- lotme (iiiener course): Cr.HKco (Snider) 8-1 3-1 S-S St Mica (Kibyi s-1 4-1 Frami-a I ( Smith ) S-5 Tune :4'I 4 r. Mnnish. Contribute, Swoel Hud. Mnruist, Lord Val. LuiirMl. Sir .liiiiathan. (iirl Uuule, Suciclv Talk and (iuldcll l.ato also ran. Royal Al left at tt"t SKCOND RACE Six furlonira (main cour-4'-1 : (III Tap (Fisherl . . 13-5 fl-S S-ft l.adv l apillct 1 Fields I 6-1 f,--; llnl, 111'e Kca t Kitrtsinacr) 4-1 Tunc. 1:11 1-5. tAvcneer IMasked Rail. Tonev Pi-iiiccie. ISilllinicr Iiav. Mahia, Him klielle. Chalice, Lailv Minnie and Tot-ri Hiiru also ran, tW, R, Cue entry. JC. . uiiiicy eniry. THIRD rack Mile and an eighth ( (Irst division 1 : Ruddy Ha-il IKurtsiniterl 8-S S-S 4-S nnty 111 ike lEIbsl . ... '.'-I Kven Roval Panoplv (Scha'erl "-1 Time 1 Ruhv Keller. Coin Collec- (or. Iieedie. Suitrca Devil a Due and Frsncnck also run. FOI'HTII RACF One mile-Jack High (Mi'Atee) ... 1-10 Out Out Sun Vir (Renick) . Out Out Time. l::m 4-. Onlv two slarlcil FIFTH RACE Four and one haif fur. loncs (Widcnrr coursel: Errant t McAtee I 7-1 a." a Suae Craft ((larn-rl .... 3-5 in Deli'-acy iKurtun'eri urn', .u .10 reatnersreirht. i.im "id. eioraen. .narciana. vhlte Flier. Roil. tn water. Pniycron. Strategy, Linton Nell and Sunnv Seas ao ran. SIXTH RACE Mile and in eighth (see- Rf-ede iBeishaki 18-8 ss 3-S Make Relieve 1 Meek 6-6 3-S earni nana (Maiieyi.... ft1 Time. 1 52 2-ft. Macedon. Cockrlll and Ebony Pnnoo alao ran. Merry Mack left tl pusi. (Ry The Associated Trese.) SATURDAY'S ENTRIES. WOODBINE. FIUKT RAPK-ll.-ffO, ddM. AIlfthot I'litie, ,;-yiar-rMii mw up, riatmlng, Cuiiu-dian fouled. mll nnd 70 vnrds: I Jchtmro l"n Ooltuior joo iTumy li l'ar Kxr-ellrnce. . . la". Mile Yone lio S-ilt: Kont? j", I Wiling Ktun 9S Storm Wuii 1"3 IPun M'in HO Sen Kale li;, Step Off 9K 8KODND RArB-l.()nft. RteepIwhaBe Hun-I dlinp, 4-year olds, a. .out : mUe an. I half, j Uohn SobietKky... lii titoyul Lfoultoii... i;C, i I.ir-rtlni. 1 ; Tinir le 1T ! titill rock 141 tMartella W I Fathftllah 13 I Hi. M. TIendrl-J. Boiler ftntrv- HrUr Farm ntry. THIRD RA"-E-t1.?nn. aded. OHMla Pht S-year-olda and up. tlaitninK. mil and nnt-erth : M;iin Hn y 11? T.lve One : mdiTinn tlold I"4 nni;ti ;n 'Iirlf'wd 1! Ttiiky C-iui.. I 1m ' T in', 1 ur nr .... 1 '. r i , i ,; fi'tiir in.,.. 5.. -in-i.fi fv,t !- Hrni'h l1 ii,piiifv tt KOI'RTH RAf'K-H.WHf. Willinm HidH Mentor ia I HiiHrl.f ,tp 3-er-oM pnt up. nad:n faled. mite an1 ftiiteenth- Stur e-t in nHy ffriin ... 1J Put ;-t-tv V Mr r,stv I 4 ii. 'itra Prn Kltllna- 117 Krnih Flinwer Ill Ltfliieay 110 Ilefmer 1U II. If. New entry. FIFTH TAI'ES7,S1. added, Toronto Cup. S-ye.-ir-nlds nnd up. mile and an eighth: Meridian Wueen.. UK 8nlarft 112 Frlslue lilt Wrieaway 1" Boys Howdy W7 Worm 1.... II Murine 12 Giey Coat 113 berber 1 WXTK HACK II, MS. Harris Plate, J- year-olfis nnd up, rl.-iimtna. 4 furlongs: l-ew jiihck 1 ti vo tear Irish Indian. 101 imsv Fair..,,.... T17 inch Capo Bell II 111 'Tlmon 115 Fantad lis SEVENTH RAfE-ll.ifl. added. Black-atone l'late, S-year-olds and up, claiming, mile nnd 11 alxteeoth; Thistle Heauly.. WJ Eleusalron 103 Klylnic Zeno lflj Fair Orh 113 Trynn 97 Salnta Fancy 107 iKoalaay nr. -Zehi 110 The Marrjiialae..., M Mnonphnse 115 NaiiRhty .NauKhty 1UZ iilllaljeth 107 Apprentice allowance claimed. M'euther clear; track faec BAINBRIDGE PARK. FIRST RACK-soo, claiming, 3-year-olda nnd ui, 6 furloiiKa: Ml.-ia Onlna 10S Judn Mr, Kojal Ilixk Ill '('healer 106 HilKlit (Jomet ln7 oreaiaa II llifi Mole lef, Mae Hue 98 Hocnratnne 112 linlden liu lmi Noun Play lifl Mlrito lux Miiry Lkihh , 18 (j in d Effort JU Thlmle Vic 1UI I.lttla Ornce 1H5 Uuntnln J H Ill" Uomnn lllaze ... 10.", HACK-IMKl. claimlnic, 1-year-olde and un. a furlonee: Netie I'elihlca 115 (;erm. Chauvelot 111 Our Joluiuy 108 Knir Hon 111 mown Kiln no i.lttla Toote 8 I'ultcr in; "Helen Dean 1"8 Sir ltnoul H llnwarlv Ill Fun 1m Iflnd Woirle Ill) TIIIHI' nl'K-7J, Hllownncea, The MT'-hini,nt. 2 ear-ol(l, 8 fuilotias: . liuminK lid..... M':"' iNoiih ii l rlde...t ion T'tnniia 115 Kllen I Hiizoln 1i-J Kiudcmic I'oi-tnieee loii Knir Lever Trim lo.t Hector Command Mini.,. 105 Mercy p Authora l'K, Kranx Baby... fred Almy US K'loldO Orev IxKk 10S W. J. Henfllne entry. FOITRTH RACK II.OOS. allowance! Tha Decoration Day, 3-year-olda and up, 4 Iur lons-a: tKvervllma 108 Sunny Morn W Lnbelotta I'd All Hall ltd Ism Run . "8 IVrklna ll Mnlolo lis Etonarda 109 tL. A. Carhone entry, FIFTH RACF.-ll.6uO. added, The Cleveland News Handicap, l-year-olda and up, mile and 70 yards: All Hail 1(15 Come On 110 Lucky Dan 1' Sunny Morn ICS Diuaalat 10(1 dunned Stone ... 9fi MoMiiuff 110 ratrlcla Marian.. 10 c'iick 113 Craah 1 SIXTH RACE-4SO0. claiming, 3-jear-old end up. mil and a sixteenth: Fa'r neth joj -LetHloue urn Hob's Flay 93 Muck Berry 104 Nervator 1"1 Noble .sir 104 M.it I'O Aepln Lake 109 He-lcllfr- 113 SKVKNTH HACK IT 00, elalmlnir. 8-year- i;im ana up. nine ann inrecsiaieeninn: '..lonel K 1"4 'lcarua 104 K-llv a IVIde.... M Jnmce M HK I'.-n llurr.hnm.... 1"9 Siiurrler l"f I'wdin Service. limna '.mi The Air Vole Dine I.in El:.!-'!! S .. 1" Mioaky i M M iclc Carpet loo l'V. Ijuai 1W 14 l.aurla lot ion interior I"4 as Flo O'Nell in.i F.li'.HTK RAOK-J claimlnc. a-year- to lt an l up. mile and :o yards: Hlu Fish... I'M 'Anadnali Melrnini 111 N'onenluar S9 I'M Advance Aiicnt... llii 104 "Shasta Rock I'll 19 f'nrtienu 101 lifl rnullna H lie 107 'Southland Toy.. l"f liar Fur.. Snlivr Kina Lo. ion S;im Smith H Thistle Jean ill Jealotia Fool..., (i Annrentlce alio' nee claimed. Yi ealliei- clear track fas.. BELMONT. FIRST RACE-il.Mn, eondltiont. Tha Blue and Gray, maidens. :-ear-olds. t'-j fur-lonaa (Widener course): Stimulator 117 Leenlna 117 In Commond 117 Ladtno II" Towee 117 Imrbaru 117 Over Time 117 Afrldl 117 War Crier 117 Iievout IK Nansau 117 Morfalr 117 Scout Master 117 Hurnslde (... 117 Senndo 117 Mnkalu 11" Pair Hy Pair 117 Dinner Time 114 lieduro 117 HKCONH RACK-K,KI. ndded, The Cor-Inthlun steeplechaeo iltindlcup. 4-year-olda nnd up, about 2 miles: Argonaut 1W Heeliiebub !' Ivory II 140 Indltu 140 Cawvoge 142 I,ebey 14S TKIllli KA( I-. I-.wsi. aitneo. J ne mem- orlnl Day Handicap, 3-year-oldt and up, 7 furiongs: liownglac 97 Cirndan 1"" l.ltde America... P5 .Tinlire Schilling... no Colossal los I'olvdoriia ........ Vw Tambour 98 Blind Lone 06 Crent (lull !'S FOCRTM n At rj Jj.lHSl, aaaea, ine Wllhers, :l-yeui--obls, one mile: Anchors Awcigh. lis U-idder 11 ui Hrmid lis ftloremne 11.1 Mv Rrooin 11H Jamestown 1l Sun Mendow 1 IS Polvdorus US mimilter IIS (Mock Tower US FIFTH HACK 4 1. '.HO. The Potoninc Con ditions, 2-yciii-olUs, 0 fuilonge (Widener course) : Amerlcnim 17a Iron Czar 115 lirrv luimm 112 iiefler ., 11J (JiiitiIihI 11- S1XTH RACK-J1.DO0, The I.ocustwood, claiming, 3-yeur-olda and up, 7 furlongs: (Jnv Colors Ill xxHIack Mammy. 1W Hillour l""i Skv Way Little Natp 114 Hrookslde 106 xxFlilil Juice 101 xx7 pounds anprentloea!lowance claimed, leather clear; track fast. WASHINGTON FARK. FIRST RACK-11,200. nlds. fi ftirlonaa: maidnt 2-year- CrM CUetk B?nflt tViwarrlrnflo .. IHtihina H I'nnce Tommy. jTnie PUy StralBht-Awny Aflsum tMtss Tu!a 1U T?xas KnlRht-. US cte 116 I'nnr fiwei... irj leni nr. .io.ie 1f Boh Custer 11. 115 Chilly il U2 115 Gol'lrn Spur...,., 115 III (iol.ln Arrhei'... 115 IIS Kox Chiiiw Iln KJHnvHurl HouArd entry; JUruUier-Low en t pin entry. SKCONM RACE 11.400, clntmliiK, l-yenr- olilM hiuI up. b furiunK!: t'liraciilla 1KS Ottlrt Kven 110 Jack Howe St. Jim ItoillhK UaccitH'Ou , Sunreme Hwt'et.. MiiifHitn , tiunili HitHiwr m nm Raft 11H UH (lernrd lit 110 itnck.toer lir. 11 r,riu-ionn Olft.... 11 m ;jid luinh im lu5 iai k Simon ill Retort 11 lt .oM Mint 11H 1J0 Hill Uroney lltv t-vnl Idiffim. VH1RU HAl'K ll.WHl, nllnwanrea. The Memuilal I-ay, 3-yeiir-nliie. 6 furlonnn: Ilium lHi vim lJy 10?i Rrliire Penrmour 112 Camp Prime 1 H SrotlniKl'M ( ilrv ill llarr v Kiilm 110 1'Ol'HTH RAPE ddei. The pen. uiaiite aSlakon, i- t-ar-ohls, HI I lea. fur-Innns: iala FIlKht 111 tUttle Coiuln.... 114 Vnin Ill tPrtnreiw A A ... 114 Ctiu Chu Vt tPrincef!! lvrt..,. US KlvltiK Home.... Ill tRam, Avis Ill fsiml Time 1H Unlit Haul Ill I. Say lli (thfinni Ill .!.. loiter entry; J.ilffiii Vatkin-0. !. IIpiz entry. FlK'tyt RArF-ll.Tftl claimlnic. I year- j olf.. mile aud 7" vardu: Kutlv American !. St. Anneti 17 'ur Rillv lift rmlo Y Cht. riirke .... 110 :;irnoy Sexton... l'i Rov.U Guinea ... 11 Shasta l.ovr.. . . .el $ Hh If T'av 110 "Handv Dan V Pv An Inch Prmcew Tell.... loo Hellhrmm W) RM Wrlrht l' rpmeep U- prop ... ... lrt: ! Ood and FMt... 110 Bnoiter Twill... San Presto 17 'Mainuin ... W SIXTH BACE arlded Robert M Swettzer Handicap. 3-)4r-oldi and up. mile and nn etchth : l.tahtiiiriK Bolt... l3 Rm-al Jun loi Mike Hal! y Paul Run u. It. Iadv Etroadraet.. US Jean I.flMe o (inlltnt Knmht... YX M!B IS M Tanniry Ill SKVKNTH RACK-It.. rlnim'nn, 4-ytHr-oUis and tip. mllo and an hth; Ma Ice IftS C T'i It m. Happy Hmily It Rimht I'av Horn It.iy 110 Vu-tllot la" HnmewiKxl 1 Nurie jiV. Hervndem lnS Valtmeter 'ifl Knur Pin lift tSilvt-r Sfttcr lit t Maniiv l'iniiofi . lio . IIS . 101 . I JO Murmurinjr I'llit-l 1'3 Muxiue IVter 1'eter l'V. it-one T Willing lot I'lomotion 0 Apprentice ftllounnre r1almd. GAELS TO HOLD SPORTS MEET Saturday will be Gaelic dav t Packard park, Gaels celebrating the occasion by bringing Chicago's best athletes here for contests. Gaelic football, one of the oldest football games in the world: hurlinp. another ancient sport: weight throwing, and phot putting contests will lie held. The entriea will compete for the championship of the Gaelic Athletic association, which is open to all comers. The cam will mart at 2:30 p.tn. OTT'S MISPLAY BEATS GIANTS Robins Score First Triumph at Polo Grounds, 3-2, When Mel Boots One. Clarence Mitchell Hurb Well Enough to Win But Gets Little Assistance. New York, May 29. (A. p.) The Brooklyn Robins defeated the Giants, 3 to 2, today in the opening game of their series, scoring their first victory of the year at the Polo grounds. Mel Ott's error In the ninth Inning was the deciding factor in the closely contested game. Ott booted Fresco Thompson's single, and Gordon Slade, who had walked, raced all the way home from first on the Play to score the winning run Clarence Mitchell, veteran Giant southpaw, pitched well enough to win, but the Giants did not hit behind him. They collected only six hits off Vance and Shaute. The Giants got both their runs vance in the fourth on Terry's double, a wild pitch. Jackson's slriRle and steal, and a wild heave IV i-i J "e,n Dy moard . Frederick and Lopez batted In the other Br0vk 3 n?' both on infield outs 1-.CIV 1IIHK. HRlldk I.vf nti. ;h..,..4 0 laih. If,..,3 2 Allen, if , J l.lndst m. r. 0 Terry, lb. ...4 t dtt. m 2 1 Jackson, sa.4 2 Vergei, Jb.,4 0 O'Farrell, c.2 0 MlU'liell, pl.J I 1 Fred'lck, m.i 0 10 ! 0 Ollbert. 3h. I 1 1 Iximbnrdl. C 4 0 4 0 II 0 n'lim.t ir a 2 . ? 5 Vsnee. p.. .".'2 1 (I 1 I 'lyipea 1 o 0 Shaute, p.,.,1 o 0 Z TOnm'anM 1 tt a Totali...,Ji Iflll Total. J4 1 J7 W Batted for Vance In aeventh. k;::;::;:::::. J J 5 i S . J fcf Jackson 2. Krmrt-tnt-l; leOmbnrcH-l nun.-, naiieri in .., . : ,, Two-liaae hlt-Te. dtoMin1JL mi&. ' """N PlvaThomp,rn" Slidi. Thorn 'S .'J. . Verg..; nuns un vance ZACHARY HALTS PHILS. Philadelphia, May 29. (A. P.)-Stout-heartcd hurling by old Tom Zachary with bases loaded and one out turned back the Phillies here today and enabled the Boston ?heaVn?.rfS,l,,a Ht0 3 verdict ln me first tilt of the ser es The southpaw went Into the box to re-kZi Haid sand diap08ed ' both It was a see-saw battle all the nnYfH' BS,0n 'ed Phi I cSl. J? !hey never ost. Worth- tolr Vf? Braves' attack with ,r cnlt2- th"e of them doubles and Snohrer rhlr,n i al1 twebaee hits.' Bt.ll 1 7 fhlmk.flrd ade three hts. one of tnem a two-baeger. , PHIUAPRLRHIA. BOSTON-. n.ii..t " : . V a rn..,,,,. . " '' " larlell, as.. 3 3 1 Klein, ir l i i 1 I-reesen. 3b. 4 3 1 ? J f rr, m...5 1 4 Slnf,K"". 1 ? 1 Vrlett, rf.. ..4 0 1 Whitney. 3b. 4 2 0 I'l'lhertr. ;b. .3 (1 I) I -avis, c .,,.4 2 3 iliirst, lb . .,3 0J3 ''olhiia, p. ...3 n i Kosler l e o II. Klllntt. p.n 0 0 tMcl'urrly ..0 0 0 HelMII'ICh. r.4 1 J Jimhier. c.,4 .1 5 aliisriilre, 2b. 4 o 2 f'lin.ham, D,4 2 o Hald, p o 0 n nchary, p. .0 o 0 .,.-,!i.v. io... t n ii Tolal.,,.33 JJ7 1J Tota1, xYlliTi meiit-li ....... WOl-lh nir nn Hi l.-kr-lt. 11,-irtelI J. ,." ' K llt"" 2' Whllney? Heraer! ted In Klein -ft on liasea-l-hilaile pWh. 10 llo,S, "V ItHse, on balls-Ofl Cinnln.hn in ' Si.'. in - iff DrooKijn . Raaes on nl ttrtrisjil A ci k. . . . . t Hii.0"n";"v Vnnef 3' MUc" 1 Hhauti ninahnm 1 v.uin? Y u.."J.h.01 ,n'. ' ' 'olhn, in , 1 1 1 n I n ks, 1 1 k n i n 1 1 -i in' i:unnlnirham 9 In f. i n . i" Tigers' Ranks Depleted ale L .1. Alexander In Hospital f-: 1J7-H it . . . . "T Vym mt Make vraiKer and Joe Dugan btone Added to BV HARRY BILMOX. IT WILL be a make-shift ball club that Stanley Harris will take to Philadelphia Sunday night to open the Tigers' first eastern invasion. Present indications are that only 19 and possibly 18 players will make t!ie trip. Gerald Walker was released on option to the Toronto club and Joe Dugan was given his outright re lease, it was announced from the ciuos omees just before Friday's game, and before the contest was a nan inning old, Johnny Stone was auura 10 tne list of casualties. Stone crashed Into the left field wall in a vain effort to reach Luke Sewell's drive that bounded off the stockade in the first inning. Stone was dropped cold and he was still in a daze late in the game. All of the news that reached the ears of Harris brought only grief to ine iigers pilot. Me learned yesterday that Charlie Gehrlnger and Dale Alexander would not be able to accompany the team east. Gehrlnger'a ailing throwing arm will keep him out of the game for probably another two weeks while Alexunder was taken to Providence hospital Friday for treatment of infection that settled in the spike wound the big fellow sustained in St. Louis. Alexander will be in the hospital for a week. Unless Stone suffers no seri ous effects of his collision with the wall. It is probable that Harris will postpone Gerald Walker's shipment to Toronto. Without Stone, the Tigers have only three outfielders, one of them Harvey Walker, who is playing his first season In the majors and still favoring his injured right shoulder. Ducan will go wherever he can catch up with a job. His throwing GeTald Walker however " ! CHBTCnORsTONs-yr (SUCCESSFUL TEACHER, SAYS CH ICtEVlKNI? When you tee off your back swing with "everything going together" you initiate a circular action as a whole the correct swinging principle. Now the moment you begin cutting this up into sections you simply get a lot of odds and ends. Your action already is beginning to require too much effort of understanding. In theory, you can use some specific starting method, then just let It flow Into the swing as a whole, but truthfully that's harder to do than say. It "is most difficult to avoid the slight interruption that results from the necessary mental jump between swing start and swing continuation. This is so pronounced that sometimes we see players with a back swing divided Into two, and sometimes three, different parts, with a slight pausing between each one. That type of player, unfortunately, has befuddled himself methodically, so to Bpeak. He is plainly a case of too much concern for unimportant details. Watch out for them in your own golf. (Copyrlfht. John P. Dtlle Co.) TWO FUMBLES WIN FOR CUBS Traynor'i Error Opens Way for Two Run in 4-3 Victory. Grantham's Bobble Puts Win ning Run on Base in Tenth. Pittsburgh, May 29. (A. P.) Grantham's fumble of Jurges grounder, a sacrifice and a single by Moore gave Chicago a run in the tenth and the Cuba defeated Pittsburgh 4 to 3 today. Traynor's fumble in the seventh opened the way for two Chicago runs. Then Paul Waner tripled to tie up the game in the Pirate half of the inning. Kremer pitched the entire game for the Pirates. Malone opposed mm lor seven innings, noot finish ing. riTTsnrnnn. AH H O A UWan'r. ni.4 0 4 0 CHfCAIO. AHHOA aioore. m a l a ilninlh'ni, 2.4 2 2 a Knglleb, es. .1 1 4 0 Hoi-nsby, 2b.4 a 1 1 Htenh'aon, I K 3 4 J Wilson. rf..3 0 1 Harlnelt. ca 1 I 0 Jiii-iree.. 3I1...4 0 0 ; di'lmm. Hi. .3 2 9 2 Malone, p. ..2 1 0 I'uyler 1 II a Root, s 1 0 0 l Waller, rf.4 Trayner, ST.. B I'omor'ky, 1.5 3 i 0 0 0 3 II 14 .Minr. in..... I'hilllns, Mankev. e...5 1 3 as. .4 0 1 Kremer. p.. .2 I 0 To(ala..,37 130 10 Totals 38 1 30 1 2 Hatted for Malone In elxlith, Chlceeo 0 1 I I I 1 I t I- l'litsburth a O20aj00 03 niinsKna-iisb. jurges Malone 1: Gran f ham 2, Kmmer 3. hrrors uraritham Tnivnor 3. Rune batted In Malone. P. Waner 2, Traynor. Stephenson 2, Moore. Iwo-base hits hiiRllan. Ci-antham. Three base hits P. Waner. Grimm. Stolen bane Moore. Sacrifices .luraes, Malone and (,rinim. Lrt on bases i;niraao 13, Pitta nnran id. Base on nana ore Kremer Malone. 4. Root 2. Stnir-k out Bv Kremei 3, Malone 4. Root 1. Hits Off Malone In 7 nnines. Moot 1 in 3. w nn u ti trher- Hoot. i:muiee Kieler, Pftrman and Clark. iime i:i. HELMSLEY TRADED TO CHICAGO CUBS Pirates Take Earl Grace in Ex change for Catcher. Pittsburgh, May 29. Manager Hornsby, of the Chicago Cuba, announced after thia afternoon's game with the Pittsburgh Pirates that a trade had been effected through which Catcher Ralston Helmsley goes to the Cubs In exchange for catcher Earl Grace. Until the sensational development or Eddie Phillips this year, Helms- ley was the Pirates' first string ' '" r two years previous to this year was rated one of the uest caicners m tne majors. . T"P Eat and Gerald Are ReleasedJoh inny Casualty List. recalled on 24 hours skMa. He batted for Bridges In the second Inning Friday and beat out a bunt iu Drown, Da.. 11 , . , j on- aller making a three base error on Morgan's long fly In the first Inning, at least par- naujr niuneu ior nis misplay with a terrific clout In the sixth that netted him three bases. The a robust clout to right, bounced off the screen a foot short of a home run but had It been three feet to Porter's right, It would have landed In the bleachers. Harvey Walker still goes a long way back after hard hit drives but it is evident in his play that his Injured shoulder still handicaps his throwing. Walker went back near the dag pole for Morgan's smash in the second inning, returning the ball to the infield with an un- ' der-hand throw. The Indians had a lot of fun run ning loose on Wally Schang. Willie Kamm was credited with three sioien Dases, one of which was a gift when Koenig neglected the simple procedure of tagging Kamm on a run-down while Vosmik was scoring. Before the game terminated, the Tribe was credited with seven stolen bases. Harris probably will have to do a lot of figuring before deciding what pitchers he will start In the holiday twin bill with the Indians. Wnvt and Whitehill were used up In the last two defeats suffered by the Bengali while Sorrell and Bridees could do with more rest. George Uhle, who pitched and batted the Tigers to victory over the White Son last Tues day, will hurl one of the games. Friday's victory was the sixth In a row for Cleveland. The Indians have six to go to square themselves 1 for a dozen consecutive defeats! & the asiii, jiowea oniy two nits. 1-tOiTietB' LAW SUIT WON BY DEVONSHIRE Judge Refuses Receiver for Race Track as Asked by Association Creditor. New York Group Likely to Pur- ' chase Track, According to Bradley Wilson. Following the refusal of Judge J. J. Coughlin, of Essex county court, to appoint a receiver for the Devonshire race track, it was announced late Friday by Bradley Wilson, ma jority stockholder, that New York interests, seeking to purchase the Windsor racing plant, probably would resume negotiations with C. A. Pfeffer, applicant for the receivership, for purchase of the track. Judge Coughlin, in refusing to ap point the receiver, held that Pfeffer already had recourse to the law In the form of an execution warrant against the track, signed by Dr. C. N. Anderson, sheriff of Essex coun ty. The sheriff, however, will refuse to seize the track unless' Pfeffer posts a bond of $ 250,000 to protect the sheriff and county officials against possible damage suits. I he court s refusal to appoint a receiver leaves the way open for resumption of negotiations between the New York interests and Pfeffer, who claims a two-year-old debt of J235.768.42 against the track, advanced to meet a judgment handed down in favor of William K. Wool- latt, Jr., and for the operation of racing at Devonshire in 19Z9. Wilson, who has been in poor health for nearly a year, stated Friday night that Devonshire would swing open Its gates for its first meeting on July 11, even If litiga tion goes on to the point where he must give the track to another to operate, but Wilson is confident that a deal will be arranged whereby the Western Racing association will be operated by the New York group. Meanwhile preparations are going on for Devonshire first meeting which Is scheduled to open one week after the Windsor racing Inaugural at Kenllworth, June 27 to July 4 Inclusive. Wilson is of the opinion that there is a much better than even chance of the New York group acquiring the track, in which case a high class meeting may be expected since the New Yorkers, whose names have not as yet been disclosed, are prominently identified with racing In the east. CHEVALIER SIGNS TO MEET DECKER Will Clash in Main Bout on Mt. Clemens Card. Mt. Clemens, May 29. Wilbur Chevalier, of Bay City, will meet Art Decker, of Wyandotte, In the eight-round main event at the Arena Athletic club boxing show here Tuesday night. The show will be staged In the open air arena weather permitting. The six-round seml-rinai bout will be between K. O. Jack Redmon, of Detroit, and Benny Deathpain, of St. Louis. Three preliminary bouts are sche duled as follows: Jimmy Smith, 'of Detroit, vs. Russell Moore, of High land Park, six rounds at 165 pounds; Harold Earler, of Bay City, vs. Ace Pancho, of the Philippines, six rounds at 124 pounds and Midget O'Farrell, of Bay City, vs. Jimmy Hughes, of Detroit, four rounds at 130 pounds. centraITloses TO HILLSDALE Mt. Pleasant. May 29. Hillsdale college gained its ninth consecutive victory by beating Central State, 12 to 3, Friday. Eight Bearcat er rors were costly since Osternerk and Brimmer were only touched for 11 singles. The lcsers made seven hits off Smith, Wattrick getting three of these. Davis. Brooks and Ledvina each got two for the Dale3. Score: Hlllsilal 0 4 S 4 1 0-12 11 4 Ctntrat 1 000201100 J7 Kmith and JJavis: Ostartwck. Brimmer and Grnybiel. KID CHOCOLATE STOPS HIS RIVAL New York, May 29. (A. P.) Kid Chocolate, Cuban featherweight flash, came back to the ring wars after a five months' vacation tonight and stopped Georgle Gold-1 berg of Brooklyn in the seventh round of a 10-round bout at Coney Island. The Brooklyn boy, hardly able to see as Chocolate's jabs cut him over the eyes, and with a badly Injured hand, failed to answer the bell for the aeventh round. COUNTRY DAY WINS. Country Day school's nine scored a 5 to 4 extra inning victory over Trenton high on Country Day's i Hiamnrtfi Fririav aftsrnnnn T3 ' bunt brought Devereatix ' In with tha winninv run In thm i.kth Knud.en. Country Day hur.er Eastern Trackmen Win City Relay Carniva Continued From First Sport Page, on the most thrilling sprint of the afternoonto make up a five-yard handtcapand pass Sid Dorey, of Redford, on the final turn, winning by three strides. Southeastern's quartet finished third in the two-mile relay and climaxed their day's activities by winning the last and longest race, the four-mile relay, with Eastern second. Tha first three Southeastern milers, Milton Roddell, George Garman and Fred Brennan, ran even with their In dian rivals. Rudolph Spall, anchor man, won out with a last lap drive which gave him a five-yard mar gin of victory. Polar Bears Lose Argument. Central scored two victories, the first In the two-mile relay. In which they had been favored since Martin Paul, Albert Shulman, Charles Myatt and Fred Joss covered the eight laps In 8:593-5 Wednesday. The Trailblazer auartet. nrh nf wnom ran an 88U, was not pressed muay niier ine tnree-quarter marK, wnen Aivatt nanried Poh nn eight-yard, lead which he Increased to 10 yards In a duel with Ham- tramcks anchor man. Central's other first nlaee was In the discus. The Trailblazer four, Walter Savin, Jack Cooper, Norman nouy ana Martin Alexander, had a combined total of 377 feet. inches. This victory was partly a noiitlcal one as a ruling was made on the field that throws In Wednesday's preliminaries could not be counted Friday, as is the custom in all other track and field meets. Had this ruling been ignored, Highland Park would have won the event, but In stead the Polar Bears finished sec ond wun a total of 376 feet, 4 inches. Had the Polar Bears heen able to count their best throws of Wednesday with the best efforts of r naay, tney would have triumphed uvs icei. Ihe Polar Bears, however, rained some consolation in the (Wo-vnr-rt relay when Bob Seaman, Carrol De win, Minora fenberthy and Vincent Van Fleet led their foemen all the way to win by two yards from Pershing Takes Broad Jump. Hj1 rage. Star Weight- man 1H Hamtramck to victory in the shot put, the Cosmos having a combined total of 159 feet. 11 Si inch Th. disqualification of Eastern through McKibbon's ineligibility gave West ern second place: - Central thlrrf and Northwestern, fourth. ' The Cosmos' other points were gained from a second place in the two-mile, a third in the four-mile and a fourth in the broad jump. Pershing high school, In its first year of track competition, captured its first honors by winning the broad jump. Four Neirro hnvm' TIaK..! r.. Fred Durrott, John Rucker and Orrice Moore, represented the Generals and leaped 75 feet, 4i inches. The best Individual effort of the day was made by Godfrey Chalnn u ?l',rn' who JumPed 21 feet, one-half Inch to aid the Indians in annexing second place. Eastern's total was two feet behind that of Pershing. Central, which qualified with the best distance In the preliminaries, finished third, one foot behind the Indians. 10i ""'-Won by Hamtramrk: Western. second fourth, ( Page. rwurora. intra; Korthwestern. iJiatun. Ii9 fei-t lli Inches. Slvekls, Mlsrovlt. Mucker) Discus Won by Central' Hlnliland Park, nf I),, fourth. aw'onii: I-.astern. third; U. of Ii j'lmnnce. an reer. z jnchea. Holly, Alexander). (Savin, Cooper, l-our-mlle relay-Won hr Souihansiern; Kaatern. second: Hamtramck, third- Cnsa fourth. Time. :0;07. (Hoilell, Simll, ' Hrem-men. (iarmnn). ' High luniii Won by Eastern ; Northeastern, second: Western, ihlrd; i'eishlna- 'Z'l'J:-1'- - ,Mnrtn- &"S: itedmond, illerkamnt). 440-yard relay-Won by Southeastern; hostein, necond; IT. of li.. third; North eastern, fourth. Time, :47 3-6. (David .Momenee. Jlrndle. Karniiahai-) SSO-yaril relay-Won by Hlahland Pnik: lienny. second; Mackenale. third; Kaatern fourth. Time. l:;o 1-5. (Haamon. DaWltt! mi"-, in, . vfmriceil. Mile relay Won by Southeastern: Hed lorn second: .ortlieastern, third; North- u """'', lime. j;tl i-h. lliaie .,..,. oiiicrimio, morllltl, Hmlthl. iwo-mno relay Won by (entrnl: Ham- reuunenstern, tlilrd: Kat ern. fourth. Time. 9.0J j-5, ipalil shul man. Myatt, Toss). nam, nnui ruo.m lumn won by Perahlna-; Eastern, ; r.ii"i. iiimu, niinuraim-K. fourth instance. , feet 4V, inches. (On-, Durratt, Week-End Sports Card BASEBALL. Saturday Tigers vs. Cleveland (morning game 10:15. afternoon game 3 p. m.). Sandlot baseball at an municipal diamonds. Michigan vs. Wisconsin at Ferry field at 2:30 p. m. Sunday Tigers vs. Cleveland at 3 p. m. Detroit Baseball Federa tion and American Legion Junior uaseDaii ai an municipal diamonds. GOLF. Saturday and Sunday at all clubs. Nine universities competing Saturday for Big 10 golf championship on U. of Michigan links. SAILING. Saturday-D. Y. C. regatta at 1:30 p. m. from D. Y. C. dock. ATJTO RACING. Saturday Annual 500-mile race at Indianapolis, SOCCER. Sunday Shamrocks vs. D. S. R at Solvay Park at. 3 p. m. GAELIC DAY. Saturday Chicago vs. Detroit in Gaelic football at Packard park at 2:30 p. m. Hurling and weight throwing on same program. HORSE SHOW. Saturday R. O. T. C. horse show at the armory. East Lansing. POLO. Saturday Northvllle vs. r.rns.o Pointe at Grosse Pointe at 3:30 p. m. TENNIS. Sunday U. of D. vs. Detroit Tennis club at Tennis club at 2:30 p. m. TRACK. Saturday City College vs. Cen tral State Teachers at Fourth and Lysander avenues at 2 p. m. OUTBOARD RACES. Sunday Regatta at Wyandotte Yacht club at 2 p. m. ANOTHER DEAN IN CARD CHAIN Paul Dean, brother of Jerome f Dizzy) Dean and cousin of the late Wavland Dean, has been purchased by the Columbus club of the American association from Houston of the Texas league. Paul, also a pitcher, left the club to make way for his eccentrif! brother. Both clubs ar Cardinal farms. GERMAN SHIPS MAKE DEBUT New 22 Square Meter Yachti Add Interest to D. Y. C. Regatta Saturday. They Are Given Honor Poi. tion in Place of Depleted 'R' CIa. BY W. W. EDGAR. Shortly after 1 o'clock Saturday afternoon eight little sailing vessels will cross the starting line In the annual Detroit Yacht club Me-mortal day regatta to open a new chapter in the sailing lore of the river. These eight little ships-22 square meter yachts have been broucht here from Germany to add new interest to sailing and their inaugural competition has been the subject of much debate along the river for the past few weeks. With the depletion of the once haughty "R" class, through the ?al6if Tm Archer's Gossoon, of the Bayview Yacht club, and Ma- Pc1n?-Um!!ey'' Lihtn,nK. Gross, Pomte, the new division promise, to keep interest alive throughout the season. b"ui Add New Interest. The eight new ships are ann. posed to be the best of their claS during the past, few years in Ger" man waters and what m... .m able to do over the river and lake latlon The advent of tSese ships and the addition of several new n1l'Jn. th? .other 'visions is ex- such widespread interest in a cits, as there has been with the "22's " It is interesting to note, too, that many of the veteran sailors who raced the old 21-footers will be Tail! ng in the new class, having- car. yearsthelr dW" thr"fh th. These nautical such ardent "tars" as Joe Snav SrWTMTlrB,I' PetZ' W Sen-ter, Lloyd Kurtzwnrth w.m. .. . and John Owen. And it 1. a foregone conclusion that they will make ... uguisi oi me teresting event. an in- Lineup of New Ships. The adopter! r.rm. .n Rex Jacob's Mh.th. r-u. ' lTe Heei!:Mffr'SwMediC: R"8 Airt Heintut; Herman Woodall's Lur-h." i, ;eters Vegesach; Dave Sloss' Water Witch. ?. i...r,V , ?-.Ah " g.rou.P L1beth and Medic wit.; T !eC.0rd in tneir home waters, thouo-h Hin ... flm informal skirmish last Sun- The one siminc-,-, ii , Ing the Memor laT riav.Lfu": the" ?Jt tfVT f0m 'he orTer'si will be at the Yacht club dock in Al l view of spectators. This i, a ganas? den'ed ln most ' The new dlvialnn h.. i i the honor position and win over the line atartin- . ii n'c'ock with the warning gu a "22's" wn. t"""61"-, Fwing the fi,, T1! come in 'his order at five mluntps ini.M,i. i, '. . Stars, Universal, Schooners,' Yawls' ckcf cif, catboats Course Depends on Weather. All ClARAfa HVAnni. 41.. Tfh" Prevails the course will be tc iia xvo. 1 black can &an. Lflft St Clair will be u8Ced bSov lfWn' 80 10 No' 1 black can thi. yr.f ,?, C0Urse ls "hortened , 'uw'" K0 onlv t0 th rear range light and return. inh'!t,e cf,P.monv Panned for the naugura other than the firing of ChPHiarn!VKUn by Cmmodore Charles W. Kotcher, of the Yacht LOTT BEATEN BY UNKNOWN Continued From First Sport Page, Tn the other half of the draw, Jean Borotra and Jiro Satoh, of Japan, won their places in the semi-finals yesterday. Senorita De Alvarez kept Miss Ryan on the run today, hammering to her backhand with a half volleying game. The Spanish girl will meet Cilll Aussem, of Germany, in one of tomorrow's women's semi-finals, while Betty Nuthall, British girl who holds the American singles title, plays Hilda Krah-winkel, Germany's second ranking player, In the other. westerIate loses. Decorah, Iowa, May 29. Luther r.illcge defeated Western State Teachers of Kalamazoo today 1 to 0. In the fourth Taneen drove one at Nelgenflnd that hit the Kalamazoo hurler in the knee, sending him to the ground, and after the fray was resumed Albertson crashed one for three bases, the only extra base hit of the game, scoring Tangen. ike crowd CXCf This hasteen said a nunarea . -by Fairbairn guests. And it's worth a lot to besituatedamong congenial people. Our guests appreciate this perhaps even more than they do the regular-Fairbairn comfort and service j $5 a week $20 a month COLUMBIA AT JOHN K HOTEL FAIRBAIRN

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