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TANK MEET SLATED FO
THURSDAY AFTERNOON

VARSITY ANDf INELIGIBLES
MEET IN LOCAL "Y"
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BOB COOK'
Cook, 7ichigan
Runner, Protege
Of Coach Farrell

weatherare Bob Cook, one of Michigan's most
gel, Reindel, dependable dash men is the product
and Kelsey. of East high school of Cleveland 0.
caming along While at East high, Bob, performed in
nagedlto hit the 100 and 220 yard dashes as well,
has announced as the 220 yard low hurdles. In the
the- squad will interscnolastic held at Cl.;ieland dur-;
ter part of the ing his last year in the East highi
school, Bob ran away with the low
tke part in the hurdles and scored in the century dash.
Cook's best time in the 100 yard dash,
nois on Satur- while in high school was 10 2-5 sec-
o to compete in onds. Considering the fact that few
o State.. This men ever equal his record in their
me man out of interscholastic days, it is no surprise
allow one more that Bob is a Varsity sprinter of two
a. What every- years standing.
v is a week of Since he enrolled in the Wolverine
university' he has had considerable
trouble with his ankle and has per-
OM AT force been kept out of many contests
RACTIVE on account of this bad tendon. It is
giving him practically no trouble at
the present ,time and Coach Steve Far-
ng the student hell is 'depending on him to kick
. room probably through in the Illinois meet if John-
male faction in son's leg is no better.
ching the white Bob gives all the credit to Steve
a'slide over the Farrell for his development on the
is indeed fac- cinder path. "I owe what ability I
upled with the have to Coach Farrell's teaching,"
anlike satisfac- said Cook in his quiet way. Cook is
the playing o; a hard worker and takes his event
pool has made seriously and has developed into one
oom the moA of the premier runners in the Con-
uilding. ference. Bob graduates in June and
these rooms to in all probability will not be at Mich-
the balls may igan next year, his'loss will be keen-
lal listener and ly felt on the half mile relay team
n into the hall as well as in the 100 yard dash.
a question of: Cook does his best work on the out-
,y with me," to door track and should show up ex-
one of the Un- ceedingly well'in the meets to come.
stimes. It is no especial feat for him to rip
man in charge of a 10 fiat record in the century spin
aylor, it is no and he should be one of Michigan's
soon becomes most consistant scorers during the
with the cue. remainder of the track season.

Next Thursday, May 6, has been set
for the swimming meet between the
Varsity team which made the trip to
Grand Rapids, and a- team selected
from those swimmers who were dee-
clare; ineligible, whether because of
Freshman or scholastic standing. The
meet will take place at 3:30 o'clock
at the Y. M.-C. A. While the element
of intercollegiate competition does not
enter into the meet it should provee
interesting, nevertheless, because of
the ,close races that are sure to be
held.
Close Races Sure ,
-In the 40 yard free style a fight
for first honors is certain, with Rob-
ertson andaLewy of thenVarsity and
Hyde, Valentine, and Dollavo
Freshmen, in the event. This will
probably be Robertson's last meet as
a Wolverine swimmer unless otdoor
events are held at the regatta which
has beeni proposed as he is a Se-
nior. Hyde and Dollavo have both
equalled his record for th short
distance. In the 100 yard distance
Robertson will again be the favorite,
with Gilmore of the Varsity and the
same Freshman trio opposing him.
Gilmore was the victor -in that
event at Grand Rapids, and 'may be
able to repeat-
Varsity Divers Better
The Varsity is sure of first honors
in the fancy diving unless some un-
foreseen accident prevents White
from competing;. It is generally con-
ceded that he should have been given
first place in the Gran Rapids meet.
His team-mate, Goldsmith, should al-
so show up well, and his chief oppon-
ent will be Grayson, who has been
diving consistently. First an'd second
in the plunge are expected by the
Varsity swimmers, Koch and Adams,
being the best men on the squad
Million, however, may be able to sur-
prise with some exceptional ,work.
Real competition will appear in
the breast and back -stroke events. In
the former Broock, of the Varsity, and
winner of the Grand Rapids breast
stroke event, will be opposed by two
fast men, Parker and Hanson. The
former is the present holder of the'
tank record for the breast stroke dis-.
tances. In the back stroke Hyde and
Porter have been heating each other
regularly and who the victor will
be is uncertain.,
0. S. U. PROFESSORS'
SALARY INCREASED.
Columbus, Ohio, May 1.--Professors
at Ohio State University here will re-
ceive from $4,000 to $6,000 a year
when their increase in salaries be
comes effective next fall. The aver-
age for the 127 professors will be
$4,139. Assistant professors will 're-
ceive from $1,800 to $3,000, averaging
$2,601
Read the Daily advertisements. Tey
will lead you to the best of Ann Ar-
bor's stores.-Adv.

Instructors will get from $900 to
$2,750, averagnig $1,788. Chicago and
Michigan will be the only state uni-
versities paying higher salaries than
Ohio State :under the new salary
schedule.
FAST FIELD FOR
KENTUCKY DERBY
Louisville, May 1.--Primed for the
distance and on edge for the struggle,
a score of three-year-old thorough-
breds, accounted= the best in Amer-
ica, are at Churchill Downs or on the
way to this historic race course for
the Kentucky derby to be decided next
Saturday. The race, at a mile and a
quarter, carries $30,000 in added
money.
The race, horsemen assert, will be'
the most open event li* Kentucky
derby history. Fifteen, possibly 20,
may start. Judgment of turfmen on
the probable, winner has been form-
ed, reformed and formed again as
derby candidates havermade showings
either in trials at the Downs or in
races at Lexington and on Eastern
tracks: They continue to scan the
performance of the Harry Payne Whit-
ney string including Upset, Damask,
and John P. Grier. Upset and Dam-
ask received their . final preparation
on Wednesday when Trainer "Jim-
my" Rowe put them through their
paces, Damask underwent his final
trainintg at Lexington under the -sup-
ervision of "Mose" Godblatt, who as-
serts this sturdy son of All Gold will
take the measureof his stale com-
panions.
Meanwhile down in Maryland at
Hvre de Grace, one Sandy Beal; son
of Superman-Frank's Daughter, and
a derby candidate, has taken the
measure of Blazes, Paul Jones,Wild-
air and King Thrush, for probable
derby contenders and looms in the es-
timation of many turf followers as
1among the best the east has to offer.
Sandy Beal's victory is said to have
been impressive. He is described 'as
a rugged chestnut, a glutton for work
and a. distance horse. As a yearlfng
he was purchased at auction for $300.
Recently an offer of $25,000 was re-
fused for him. He is owned by N. K.
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