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___________THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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HNMAN S
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T if tie was w°on by Paul W. Jones, Illi-
111nois _A. C., w ho took six firsts, while
th--;t be_ t 'his opponent, William _Span-
enberg of Detroit "Y", could do was
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Carter (Chicago A. A.), third;
,innick (Millet A. C.), fourth,.
":2:52.

Saylor The May Festival, As Seen.In ;

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Wold's records were bettered onl
three occasions on the onening (lay
of the Olympic tryouts hreldl yesterday
afternoon on Ferry Field. In spite of
the fact that the times were better
than world's records they are not like-
ly to stand because of track conditions..
Th i sr a l o b e t r d wsn the 110 m eter hurdles ' when - Karl
Anderson made a mark of :14.7, 1410
sedond better than Earl Thomnsons.
rceord. Two hrdle'.:s were knockedj

10,000 meters Walk-Won by Charles'
Foster ii(troit 'Y. lM. C. A.) ; Joe B.
Tigerman (Ilinois A. C.),. second;
I:lner R. Haw +ley (I. A. C.), third;j
GQeorge R.Garrison (Cincinnati' Gym-
nasi'ni A. C.), fourth. Time, 49:21.
100 mecter run, decathlon-Won byl
P'aul V. Jones (I. A. C.); William
Span enberg (Detroit Y. M. C. A.), sec-
onid. Time, :11 3-10. Only starters.
' 10 meter hurdles-Wan by Karl
lAnderson (I. A. C.) ; Lawrene Snyder,I
(Ohio State), second; C. U. Brykham
(U3. of 'Chicago), third; George P.
IGuthirie (Ohio State),x fourth. Time,
:14 7-10 '(New world record; former
recordl held by Earl Thompson of Can-
ada.

3,000 meters run-Won by 17iIuSO . v u."WW41 .6X %_ s . v- w o
Doolittle (Butler colle e); R. F. Whar- -i~
ton (Chicago A. ,A.), secondl; Russell rr teleioyfthtth;ates
Sctt (Chicago A. A.), third. Time, ' r, , .hweltemeoyo ta thr tIcv c. r.l nu~
3:7 -0..ll, the fesil isvr and for !hope so. thslnrv~I.1i
tonce in our lives we ha Iven't that musi- T here wasn't anyone we found tm-v oei~~~ ~ - n
16-pound hammer throw--Won bay ;c.al indigestion indlicating that wve hit Dibe in keeping our eyes off of - litnf 11Oh.
C.£l R. Benson (Chicago A. A.) ; Johin off mot e than we could chew. lwe y Nina. Morgana. Somehow the'o at i11 ='-'
Stuart (uniattached), second; Jim Shia- ;r 't surfe , Zited with msc and -hiay- minte eng-agements are ailwas it tft : c md t
nahan (I. A. C.), third; D. I. Allman igwie long enough.foiysy m Ptoms ce s ful; that:1 was the way Wi alln- th('ed IS t fm'iuue Ai
(Millet A. C., Detroit), fourth. Dis-; to dvlp and Obse^'ved none. ,,we a made her fame you knowI. But,I utter tragedly can prevent it.
tance, 144 feet 1'l inches. Fconiclu:de that the Festival was har.m- to return, :Miss Morgana knows how Frankly, till odern ,Inc! o tenl utter
40 mteshudls ral-Ian~ less., andI feel sure that the other :in- to dress. And the face abcove the discordant music l)othlrcl tus ; andi
Ri. I.A . 1JlM Loi aats agreewit us Lycep-white down, beside the redf rose and ;- .
ofMc'gn) n arnc ndrad we beg your pardon for over look-I below the Spanish combhaf~,
o higSate, qalid frte fnalsrinn it-the weather. And nmay we !bad-not half.
never see any more like it until the $E1 hey tell us that Sophie Braslau
to be held Satur'day. !.~ next Festival. °* (we' hope the case of tonsilitis is bet-
800 meters run, trials--Homier 1N. 'We cotaldn'It cultivate much affec- ter) will come next year and sing the .
Hattendorf fT. of Michigan); Richard tion for any of the artists, except Syl- ivlcl sorgsky songs we so eagerly an-
-.sreybeig (U. of ;Michigan), Ray B,. via Lenti,.the ador"able miss, and l Case.! ticipated. We have a hug'i lef
Watson (I. -A. 'C.), John K. Cusack We w-ish we 'knew Chase better;; for the beauty of Russian son gs e -cr -
(unattached), Glen Kreider (Ohio; we've been chasing h:.i for an inter- since' we heard Chaliapin, and also a4
State), andI Charles A. 'Reinke (U. of v;,ew entitled "My rece-'Aion in Italy," huge respect for Miss Braslai s voice:
I ~~ichigani), qualified for finals, Satur-clbut he has escaped us. It may be; W~ell, 'till next year -then.9
day. that his reception here has obliteryated Tito -Schipa at his best is quite a I

'Ulird in the audience
A I"-~. li~ lwtboE. "Someth'ing's
K.yes, intentionally,
- . The trouble was
L~orchestra with its
- I nucetation, played- the
_ -' vnt'tly.
~ ~n~1nhz'Iutday afternoon rang
V'.n e of great Music.
K 7 ~m'blotlast year, and now
ii~ ~ ~~ idBanr the ."London $ym-
phony," iwe are colvinced that thme
heretofore _literary English have a
musical future, to judge by the
pr esenit,

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over in "thze race, howvever, and rules
prevent a recordt from7 standing whenJ 110 meters hurdles, decathlon-Won
any of _the barriers are tipped, by Paul W. Jones (I. A. C.) ; William
Vic Lechisky Mihign feshan Spanenberg (Detroit Y), second. Time,
and a member of Coach Chuck I-lo0t's :i . Only starters.
squad lettre _d the second recordl of 400 meters run-Won by FT. "M.
the day w hen lie ran his heat of th'e Fitch (Chicag7o' A. A.), J. Tbwner
200 meters in :21 1-10, 1-10 second Smitl} (Western State Normal Col-;
better than Charley -Paddock's record 'Ilege). second; H. =E: Hagen (Chicagoj
for, the distar ce. In the next heat 'A. A.), third; George T. Stevenson (t.
of the same 7raee, Otto of Ypsilanfti A. C.), fourth. Time, :48 7-10.
Ntormnal, , lpLicated the performance I 6-pound shot put, decathlon--Wonj
o;f Leschinsky. It has not yet been byI '~in pnnbr DtotY
definitely (dec:ided whether or not thisbyWlimSaebr'(totY)
recrd illbe llwedbecuse6f hePaul . Jone.s . A. C.), second: Dis-
recod wil healloed bcaus_ ofthe atice, 3.feet 1114,inches.
breeze on the track but it is 'unlikely
that it will be rated as a new world's JTavelin throw -- Won by Phillip,
mark. Northrop (unattached);',John H. Lo-
Michigan men to qualify in the dif- vette (unattached), second; R. Lea-
fereiit events included Captain Hatten-1I cockz (Detroit Citvy:college), third. Dis-
dorf, Reinke and Freyberg in the 800 tne 7 et7ice.'
~ ~it~im t~ 10 ~ ~0 i00 eters* cross country run-
an' Le2'~ if th 'Pp fi~tes ut l"' a~n y X.N. Wik'off (unattached) .r
Th Dcahln it od t, c'l-U ' viler (Purdue), second; C. C.

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