'THE MICHIGAN DAILY a
TRACK TEAM TRAIN
FOR CONFERENCE TEST
WItT 1)ua let Seaso Over Outdoor
Title Meet Dr iws Att0tIon
SQUAD LEAVES THURSDAY
Their dual meet schedule for the
season completed, Coach Steve Far-
rpl1's trackmen have turned their at-
tention toward preparing for the Con-
ferece outdoor championship meet
which will be held on Friday and Sat-
urday of this week at Evanston, Ill.,
under the auspices of Northwestern
' The veteran mentor announced yes-4
teday that he will name the Wolver-
ine athlotes who are to make the trip?
Wednesday, and that this year's squad1
will be considerably smaller than,
usual, probably n umbering not nMore
than 17 men. The Michigan conting-
ent Will leave some tirre Thursdayp
Sat rday's meet with Illinois reveal- .
ed iore clearly than ever that Michi-
gan will be forced to depend almost
entirely on the track events for any
points that she may gather in the title
classic this year. Out of a possibI 63
points in the seven field events, Sat-,
urday, the l'arrellmen were able to
garie"y only 15, and eight of these in
the hammer throw.
Among other disappointments was
the failure of the Michigan team to
place a single man in the pole vault.
the broad jump or the high jump. Er-
ickson, the lone entry in the vault
went out at 12 feet, while Waldo and
Felker were unable to clear 5 feet
8 inches in theahighjump which ended
in a three way tie for first place.
The complete collapse of the quar-
ter milers was another upset that
erased possible points from the Michi-
gan total, Illinois taking first and
second while Seymour outfought the
veteran Munger for the remaining
place. The Wolverines were able to
do no better in the half, Lomont fail-
lig to live up to expectations an,
Leonard winning third honors.
Knoepp's showing In the javel'a was
gratifying especially since he better-
ed his winning toss of 176 feet 4 1-2
inches with a throw of 185 feet which
was not counted because he fouled
slightly. Ketz took Michigan's only
other first in the field when he kept
up his consistent work in the ham-
mer with a heave of 157 feet.
It was for "Big Boy" Monroe to
score the real surprise, as far as the
Illini followers were concerned, how-
yver, by winning the mile from Harry
Gill's mch-heralded quartet of Stine,
Pdnzer, Novak, and McElwee.
After trailing the Indian runners
for seven laps, the lanky Wolverine
began to pass them one by one until
on the last 150 yards he was running
on even terms with Stine. The slight
lead changed several times over the
remaining distance, but Monroe out.-
sprinted his rival to breast the tape
a scant yard ahead of him.
WOLVERINES TO MEET
(Continued from Page Six)
at a .350 clip. Hess and Barnes are
the other regular outfielders. Besides
Klink, Coach St. John has Anes, Sil,
and Blanchard, veteransleft ander,
available for relief mound duty.
The Wolverines will be handicapped
by the loss of Capt. "Stubby" Loos,
who con-plains of being worked too
hard. in the Law school. Corijden will
be shifted to shortstop to replace Cap-
tain Loos, while Straub will fill the
vacancy the change will leave at see-
Myron, utility man, and McAfee, re-
lief pitcher will also make the trip.
McAfee will be used in the outfield to
replace Lange if Coach St. John
starts a left hander against Michigan,
while he may also see action in the'
outer garden if Ernie McCoy shifts
to the catching assignment. Freddy
Asbeck will be oh the mound for the
E IS RECOVERING
(By Associated Press)
LOUISVILLE, May 21-The fifty-
fourth Kentucky Derby was history
Louisville recovered from its emo-
tional debauch early. Forgotten was
the bugle that called 22 temperamen-
tal thoroughbreds to the barrier Sat-
urday. Little noticenwas even paid to
Reigh Count, the winner.
Forgotten was the heart-breaking
period when Reigh Count trailed the
leaders for a couple of quarters in the
Kentucky Derby. It was all over.
Louisville today was a solid, sub-
stantial border city. Not for a year
would it go wild again.
Grumbling derby losers were as
hard to find as the stick of a spent
sky-rocket. The winners, homeward
bound were everywhere. Pari-mutuel
tickets, the Louisville equivalent of
confetti and ticker-tape, with which
New York meets its great occasion.
tittered the' streets.
How much was wagered on the der-
by will never be known because the
makers of winter books do not keep
any records, none for publication a'
any rate. But track figures showed
a total of $620,793. bet through th
mutuels on the derby. The $2 ma-
chines of all classes, straight, p:lace
and show, carried $134,558; the $5
machines $128,545; the $10 machine;
$125,010; the $20 books $107,180; the
$100 books $125,500.
Last year the total was $676,483. The
torrential rain that swept sheets o,
water under the betting sheds yes-
terday kept thousands away from the
ticket windows, causing the total am-
ount wagered to fall slightly under
the 1927 figures.
Attendance figures were not made
public, but track officials estimated
the crowd at 80,000 or more, a heavy
increase over last year.
(By Associated Press)
WILMETTE, May 21-Northwest-
ern's golf team defeated Wisconsin,
13-5, in a dual Big Ten match over
the Wilmette golf club course today.
The Purple won the singles, eight to
four, and the doubles five to one.
Pierce of Northwestern, with a 73 in
the singles, turned in the best card
of the day.
Phi Sigma Delta won the interfra-.
ternity baseball championship, yester-
day, when they defeated the Tau Del-
ta Phi nine 8-6. In the semi-finals
of the consulation tournament Delta
Sigma Phi beat Tau Kappa Epsilon
by a count of 11 to 5 while Alpha Sig-
ma Phi downed the Kappa Nu team
11-7. These two teams, Alpha Sigma
Phi and Delta Sigma Phi will today
play to determine the winner in this
MINNESOTA-Construction of a
University Workshop theater at Min-
nesota was recently approved by the
administration of the University, and
will begin soon. Amalgamation of all
dramatic organizations on the cam-
pus will be effected in conjunction
with the workshop theater plan. The
various organizations will not lose
ony of their identity but will work
under a common head.
YANKS SPLIT PAI OfIAME WASWITH REQ SOX
WHILE MACKS DEFEAT WAHNTU ~C
RCORD 72 MILE GRIND1
(i3 Associated Press)
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Although Defeated By Cardinals,
Retain First Place When Red
Split With Piates
HARPER HITS HOME1
wo vetet ans, the aged Jack Quinn
and the fast aging Tom Zachary, tools
the center of the stage for the Amer-
i(an league in yesterday's ball games
when they staged a 13 inning pitch-
ing duel, the former securing a 4-3
win for Washington in the first game
of her double header with the Athlet-
ics though outhit by the Mack-s.
The White Elehants evened mat--
Pittsburgh ......001 100 010
Dawson, (Graeme ; Rixy.,
Pittsburgh ......010 012 002
Chicago.........202 002 100
St. Louis'.......00 100 14x
Root, Haid, Littlejohn.
Home runs-Bottomley, R
and Harper all of Cardinals;
A 7 its. n .i r n
iootra(e yesterday, 72 miles to Depos-
2 N. Y., their seventy-ninth control.
1 0 A\ndriw Payne, of Claremore, Okla,,
0hebld t he leadership of the caravan
withi an elapsed time of 523:05:08 for
> 11. 0 the :155.7 miles covered since the
S 0 troupe left Los Angeles early
March- John Salo, the Passaic, N. J.,
7 12 0 Finn, was 17 hours, 58 minutes, 19 se-'
7 1 0 onds behind Payne as the day's grind
ot ger Paul Simpson, of Burlington, N. C.,
Wilson, demonstrated what he could do un-
hampered by a foot injury when he
overed the 58.3 miles from Bath to
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.lt;lvJt ''k J0,11 Ma TA1mri'M 1Li I Xaverl
ters in the second game, winning 2-1 First gameS
with Rube Walberg on the mound. New York ......010 200 100 4 92
In another double header, the Bbs- Bostonk.........000 131 10 8 6
ton Red Sox managed to win one out Second game L)
of two from the Yanks when Todt, New York.......000 003 000 3 8 0 AF
Regan and Tait hit homers. Boston ..........010 100 000 2 0( 1 A
Little of importance happened to the First game
National league standings, except to Wash. ....000 201 000 000 0 3 15 2 1LET'S
sciamble them even more, only three Athletics .001 100 010 000J 1 4 9 <>
;ames being flayed and Cincinnati Zachary; Quinn.
and Pittsburgh halved two of those. Second game TYPING-Th
The Chicago Cubs showed signs. of Washington .....000 000 001 1 6 I aibilh 0ra
wanting to resume their winning ways Athletics ........101 100 000 2 8 :' Dial 9387.
and start another spurt, but found too Hadley; Walberg.( PE'IlT
much punch in Manager Bill McKech- Home runs: Todt, T.Fait and RgOn, -all makes
nie's Cardinals, three of whom chalk- Red Sox; Coombs; Fox; Dykes. bought, so
ed up homers. Harper, recently ac-
quired from the Giants knocked his
second circuit blow since .lning the
With the Cubs leading 7-4 after the
seventh and with Charlie Root, things heady-made
looked well, but the Cards bunched
hits to score four runs in their eighth And Cut to Order
and win the game.
By loosing while Cincinnati split ESTABLISHED ENGLISH UN
with the Pirates, the Cubs now are STYLES, TAILORED OVER Y
only half a game ahead of the Reds. CHARTS SOLELY FOR DISTIN
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Carthy team, went into a tie with the
Giants for third, jt'st a game back of-
nday in 8:57:10.
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