).IVNG THE BIG TEN TRACK MEET
TO BE ELD AT EVANSTONEFIJDI
(C.ontinued from Page Six.) 1 are lockawvay And Pierce, Ohio
loe stars or C 'uaets pis the case State; Rodgers, Illinois; Stiu mats
aYq be are Purdue's :Marliin ud and Steienson, Iowa.
4ildhgan 's biig by, Abe Lincoln In the highs, it is another story,
.Monroe. Rtigh"t nowv, in vi-ew of class abounding!
their showings the last few
weeks, it looks as, though Steve Rodgers of Illinois looks good, fit.
Fairrell has the best hope of }:eat. ishing right back of Cooper in :14,
ug 31lartin iin this event with, Ion- while Pahlmeyer of Wisconsin is
roe.I dependable man. almost always goo
R TH DRIVES OUT H IAashtington 110 f000) 00(4 CE} _ C
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THIRTE NTHHOM RU I Athleics 00" 001 002 01. -7
Jones, Marherry; Rommiel.
THR E N H- O ER N Cleveilnd 001 000 200--3
Yesterday's M~ay in the majors Was , Chicago 100 200 Olx-4
Ifeatured by heavy slugging in some Uhll; Blankenship, Connally.
games, and expert hurling in the oth-
ers. The Tigers had a good day a- St. Louis 002 001 000---3
Monroe should have the necessary
confidence after taking care of the
Illiffi squadron but one can't forget
such v; Fields with a mark of 4:23"
And what of Dickz Williams of Chicago
and Loomis of Ohio who may come
through. Wolf of Northwestern is a
't'here iN a gre at echance tor
soinc fine liate ith this field and
it is not at all inconceivaile that
the winner wiill have to travel bet-
ter thtan 4:2), depeiidin;; on the
nauniber of elbows and boxes lhe
has to of ercofne-or' these Ihanid.
caps nmay Iiniake it a slow m1ile.
The race over these 3500 yards ap-
pears to be not niore than a two-man
race, with the major emphasis being
laid on one man, Mr. David Abbott of
Illinois. Bullanfore, a Wisconsin
sophomore, who took second to the,
Indiana indoors in, a 0:27.5 race, has
not been beaten since and is the one
to give Abbott his tcompetition.
Captaina Fairfield hIS ia mark of
9:20, but the beating administer-
ed haiini by none other than. Ted
WuVerfel of 'the Farrell-coachied
teani, does not make hi~s look so
good, while it makes T.fed' one to
be looked over carefully. Other
potential scorers are North, iliji-
nes eta; Baker, Ohio 'tate; Fields
and Little of Indiania, the field be-
Don Coover, after his showing of
the past two weeks, now stands out
as the greatest Michigan hurdler of
ail time and as a moan who is favored
by many for two Conference titles.
In his path lies Bab Cuhel,
Iowa's favorite son wvho has been
ranked as one of the "GreaI in
the Big tn for three years. Cu-
hiel's best bet is the highs whi-ile
he maly cause :1.11 too ninch1 trouble
in thle lowls as Ivell. His best low
hur'dle time this 3year i4 :23.99 but t
hie hasn't really -beenl pushed. He,
like Cooper, miight win both.
The low hurdles afford less real
class than do the highs, but Staff'
Jones of Michigan is capable of break-
ing :24 on occasion which should givej
him a good ranking. If right, he may
take a third.
The other good low 12turdlers
Otterness, Mininesota, and Rock-
awaly, Ohio,_hai e been dependable
mnen like Pahlmeyer, while just
below this group, if such a dis-
tinction mnay be mnade are:. "IRab-
bit'" Kinney, 11ichigan; Hayden,
('hicago; Johnson, illinois; Cad-
walla der, lndiania.; Pierce and Pet-
ersidge, Ohio; Womik, Purdue.
The last mentioned have chances
for places but the dope all points to
a Cooper-Cuhel duel here as in the,
'AUMNi BODIE'S WILL,
GATHER AT EVANSTON
Spirited rivalry among the specta-
tors as wvell as competitors will be
[held in evidence at the Western Con-
f'erence track and field championships
to be held at Dyche stadium, North-
western university Friday and Satur-
day, May 25 and 26.
*Alumni bodies of each of the toei l
competing schools are making a de-
termined effort to out do the other in
both numbers and enthusiasm. Each
of the ten section's. are to be decor-
ated in the colors of the schools.
Flags and bunting will be employed in;
generous amounts to make the sta-
dium a gay, colorful scene.
Those in -charge of the various
alumni groups are Miss Opal Pow-
ers, University of Chicago; Irvin W.
Barnett, University of Illinois; 3'.
Frank Lindsay, University of Inadi-
ana;, Robert Showers, University of
Iowa; M. H. Gerlach, University of
Michigan; G. E. Husby, University of
Minnesota; Max .Hayford, Northw.,st-
ern university; E. W. Schmunk, Ohio
State; B. Fi. Gebhart, Purdue univer-
sity; B. I. Peterson, University of Wis-
Northwes'tern university's band of
100 pieces will be onr hand ready to
play the songs of each of thin schools.
Glenn Bainum, band director, has been
busy with the bandsmen getting them
ready for the occasion and promises
a' lively musical program throughout
Preliminaries will be held Friday
afternoon, starting at 2 o'clock and the
finals will get underway Saturday
afternoon at 2 o'clock with the 'milc
run. The pole vault and shot put
trials will start at 1 anid 1:30 o'clock
gainst the Browns in their game at'
Dectroit, making every one of their
eight hits count, and gaining a6-3
victory over the St. Louis team.
The Yankees continued their unin-
terruptedl march towards the Ameri-
can League pennant, by clouting two
B~oston hurlers for 22 hits and 14 runs.
11-uth gathered in his thirteenth home
run, while his teammates, Bob Meusel,
and Gehrig also lilt for the circuit.
lit the National, the Cubs and Card-
inals fought along evenly until the St.,
Louis team pushed over the winning
run in the eighth inning. Reinhart and
Jones, pitched on even terms through
out the game, each allowing but two
scores up to the eighth.
Fans who attended any of the games
in the American League yesterday,
were rewarded for their enthusiasm
by witnessing at least one home run.
Those who happened to see the New
York, Boston farce, drew more than
their share of excitement, the Yanks
gareigfour, while Todt of Boston,
gave the Red Sox a lone extra base
Sorrel, YanGilder, Stoner; Ogden.
Boston 000 000 031-- 4 8 3'
New York~ 001 143 14x-14 22 0l
HJarriss, Covel eskzi; iMceaden.
Home runs: Jones, Washzingtonl;
Geli., N. Y.; Mcusel, N.. Y.; Rluth,
N. Y.; Todt, Boston; Goslin, Waslhing-
ton; Heilman, Detroit;' Langford,
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