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W rDNEDAY; IAY 15, 1929

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TO PRESENT CHICAG0
OCANDIDATES PAEET AlBASEBALL TEAM IN GOOD SHAPE
IiInu MrD AunEIT DESPITE FREQUENT RAIN-OUTS

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Occasion To Mark Close of. Spring
Grid Activities; Trophy To
Be Presented

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RICH RECEIVES AWARI
Spring football activities will be
concluded with . a meeting ,;at 7:30
o'clock tonight at the Union of all
candidates for the 1929 football
squads. Featuring the meeting will
be the announcement of the win-
ner of the Chicago Alumni Trophy
for tpis year.
All of the men who turned out
for spring practice are eligible for
this trophy the basis of whoset
award is dependent upon four ma-
'jor qualifications, namely, general
improvement during the spring
training season, attitude, attend-
ance, and prospective value to next
fall's Varsity.
Awarded to Outstanding Players
In past years this award has gone
to some of the most outstanding
players on Wolverine grid teams.
Four years ago Bauer, one of the
strongest linemen in recent an-
nuals, was given the Chicago tro-
phy. The following year Geo. Rich,
who was later to captain a Maize
and Blue eleven, showed the most
promise during the sring season
and was given the award. Two4
years ago the honor was bestowed'
upon Kip Taylor whose injury the
following fall kept him out of the
lineup most of the, season. Last
year Holmes received the trophy.
Check on Attendance
Special care is taken during the
spring training season to check the
attendance. and attitude of the can-
didates throughout the whole pe-
riod. While these two qualifications
are not the most important, they
nevertheless figure heavily in the
final awarding of the trophy. The
other two important qualifications,
improvement and prospective value
to the Varsity of the following. fall,'
go hand in hand and, are the chief
factors considered in bestowing this
honor.
The Chicago Trophy is a full sized.
silver football, one of whici is given
a Michigan football man each
spring. It is given by the Chicago
.University of Michigan Alumni as-
sociation.
KENTUCKY DERBY WINNER
FAILS IN ENGLISH RACES
KEMPTON, Eng., May 12.-(AP)-
For the third time since invading
.England, Reigh Count today.,failed
to show the class that ranked hin
as the United States' leading 3-
year-old in 1928.
Although the performance of the
1928 Kentucky Derby winner, was
disappointing, the colt's. progress is
being watched with interest by
English turfmnen.

With the game at Ohio State'
called off because of the rain,
Coach Fisher of ; the Wolverine*
'baseball team feels that had his
men been able to perform Monday
they would have been in the best
condition of the year. The team
as a. whole has shown, great im-
provenment over their form before'
the Illinois game, and now the
greatest help they can have is to
play some games in order to get
the players used to competition.
Hitting has picked up since last
week, but Coach Fisher put the
men through another long batting
drill again last night so that they*
would not lose their eye due to
long lay-offs. The pitchers also
rounded into better condition, and
although they too need games to
be at their best, the MichiganI
coach feels that his twirlers will
turn back most of the teams they
have to face.
Fred Asbeck will probably "be
slated to take the mound when the
Wolverines face Northwesteri on
the trip thisbweekend, while Bill
jMcAfee will be used against Pur-
due. Asbeck has not had an op-
portunity to pitch in a regular
game for two weks, butCoach
Fisher fhas been piutting him,
through long drills against the
Michigan batters so that the big
right hander will be able to step
into the box and display his best
ball.
McAfee, after the start of the
Illinois game, showed all of the
OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY-
Time flies, they. say. And time did
fly at Ohio State when a sundial
mysteriously disappeared from a
prominent position on the campus.
Police believe that souvenir hunt-
ters are responsible for its ab-
sence.
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
-"Get married and make Phi
Bete." This seems to be a good
motto, for married students at this1
University are receiving better
grades than those who prefer to
stay single.
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA'
-Minnesota has the right idea., It
has been proposed that a Student
Union be built at this University,
the construction to be financed by
raising the student fees one dol-
lar.
The Daily tell us that some east-
ern college has added eight busts
to the hall of fame. Well, some-
one had to do something on Swing
Out day.
It is perhaps significant that
Edward Payson Weston, famous
long distance pedestrian, died re-
cently after being struck by a taxi-
cab.{

speed and control be had last year,
and can be depended upon to give
plenty of trouble to the opposing
batters for the rest of the year..j
In addition, Montague, a junior
playing his first year on the Var-
sity squad has been showing well
lately and may get a chance to
break into the regular line-up in
one of these games.
With two invasions of foreign
fields scheduled before the end of
the season, and a game with Ohio
State scheduled for the final ap-'
pearance of the Wolverines in ; Big
Ten baseball this year, Michigan
.will have -several hard tests of
their ability if they are to take an-
other Conference title.
HELP, TOWOLVERINElS
Wisconsin slipped another notch
in the -Big Ten baseball standings
when it bowed to the in and out
Illinois team a0 Madison last Mon-
day. As a. result of the Badgers'
defeat, Michigan become more
firmly entrenched at the head of
the conference standings, while
Wisconsin, who had been the Wol-
verine's 1most dangerous contend-
er, slipped back to a tie for second
with Indiana and Iowa.
In the, only other conference
game played Monday, Chicago
whitewashed Purdue 9 to 0, send-
ing the Boilermakers farther down
the chute, and deadlocking them
with Ohio State, one step out of
the cellar.
Chicago rose to fifth place in1
the standings by virtue of its win
over Purdue. The Maroons now
boast of a record which has passedj
the .500 mark for the first time this
season.
Bower, Illini hurler, turned in a
well pitched game to give the Wis-
consin title hopes a severe jolt,
limiting the Badgers to five hits
and drubbing them, 8 to 4. Illinois
fell upon the. offerings of Farber,
Wisconsin ace, to pound out 12
hits and 8 runs in eight innings,
before Ellerman could be rushed
into the game to stave bff the,
heavy attack of the Illini slug-,
gers. The Badgers' support was'
poor, the team kicking in with five
errors.h, Dorn and Walker, with
three hits apiece, led the Illinois
batters.
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MACKS DOWN DETROI'
TO TAKE FIRST PLACl
Connie Mack's Athletics success
fully kept the Tigers from goin
into third place yesterday, by snu
fing out a ninth inning rallyi
which the Bengals had three me
on base, but no one good enought
bring in the winning runs.
In the ninth inning when tl
Tigers had three men on base an
only one man out the Athletics pi
Lefty Grove on the mound to ti
to save the game, which he did t
giving Johnson three called strik
and Hargreaves popped a fly in
right field, leaving , the winnir
runs stranded on the bags. Buc
Harris' winning Tigers had tH
Mackmen worried in the last fram
for they had three of their. mound,
men warming up when the gan
closed.
In the only game played in tI
National League yesterday it to
Boston 13 innings to nose out t.
Chicago Cubs, 6 to 5. All the oth
games were rained out or call

ILLINI WILL PRESENT STRONG
TACKMVEN I EET SATURDAY POOEANEE

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on account of wet grounds.
BOX SCORES
American League
R.
Athletics .....002 311 300-10
Detroit........000 030 122-- 8
Groves and Billings.

L Spending all yesterday afternoon and annexed enough seconds and I 11 LL
in trying to find men who can be thirds to safety put the meet away.
counted upon to win seconds and Displaying the most strength in Four Second Year Men On Football
thirds against the strong Illinois the track events, the Illini came Squad; Riel Stars At Tennis
ig track team when the two rivals back after trailing when the meet and Basketball
"f- meet this Saturday, Coach Steve was half over, by wins in the two
in Farrell of the Walverines will an- mile, low hurdles," and half mile,
n nounce the squad he will take on finishing both first and second in BRUEROUTSTANDING
the trip sometime today. Illinois J these events to clinch the meet.
to willpresent the strongest team [ The Illinois speed artist, Timm had (Special To The Daily)
which Michigan has met all during a big day at Iowa City in winning EVANSTON, May 14.-Fourteen
he the outdoor soason, and should the the 100 yard dash in :10 flat despite sophomore athletes at Northwest-
ad Wolves remain undefeated, they a poor track, while Orlovich of Illi_ ern played a prominent part on
ut will win the Conference Dual meet nois displayed surprising stamina the athletic teams at the university
championship.'in taking the 880 yard run in 1:59.7. during the year now drawing to a
ry However, the Illini were impres-' close.
by ive in their, 77-58 victory overIowa thne tForemost among the sophomore
siv inther 7-5 vitor ovr Iwain the Conference, and can be re-taetothfobllsudat
es last Saturday, a team which Mich- lied upon to give, a talent on the footballsquad last
to igan just nosed out by a scant best in the country. Rogers also fall was Henry Bruder, halfback
margin of three points, 69-66. Coach y. g a of Pekin, Ill.; Larry oliphantf
gGill's men, althoughi out-scored shca d gai points ing al met woE so ndFakBke f
ky 8-7 in the matter of firsts taken, gmwaukee ends, and Bill Griffin of
team petition when he ,won the 120 yard whiakeeaendsand.BilldGriffinof
he presented the best balanced team,[high hurdles in :15.1, with his team Chicago, half back. Bruder won a
ne mate, Stedman, finishing first in regular job on the team from the
inishin fist in r start and proved to be oneC ofter
:s- ~the 220 low hurdles ahead of Burk-'osttandngprbackstofte on fer-e
JFR ATR~TESST R hart also of Illinois, with the time ottnigbcso h ofr
of :24.3. Abbott and Tockstein ence before the season was over.
h ofAthemselves to be dangerousr Riel Is Star Forward
hknshowedtngeo Bert Riel of Watseka Ill., proved
PLYINTTE Q N in the distance events by. taking thetobonofheorms
er__Aml a two ilen runs. n dence forwards during the basket-
er ~~~~~~~Although winning ol one field bl esn ejme noarg
ed Finals in the fraternity soft ball event, the Illini placed second in ular positon.He jumped into a reg-
leagues are scheduled to get under every event except the high jump, Three sophomore track men bid
way this afternoon on Ferry field, where both Gordon and Workhoven fair to stand out among the ath-
when four championship games will edged out Carr. Captain Ketz, will letes in their specialty during the
be played. In addition to the chain- probably take the hammer throw season now in progress. They are
pionship matches, the second round without difficulty, and if McArthur Tom Warne of Kokomo, Ind., pole
E of the consolation tournament will shows the same form he displayed vault; Bill Portmess of Chicago,
2 be played off. at Minneapolis, he will have a good broad jump and MacLean Brown of
0 At 4:15 Phi Kappa Psi meets Beta chance to cop second in this event, Spring Valley, Ill., javelin. The
Theta Pi, in the finals of their while Williams also is capable of first two won their events in most
league, while three games scheduled tossing the ball well. over 130 feet. of the relay meets this spring while
0 for 5:15 bring together Sigma Alpha -'Brown placed high up among the
0 Epsilon and Kappa Nu, Delta Tau TO HA YE contenders in the javelin throw.
Delta and Phi Lambda Kappa, andrID WARRIORS Record-Breaker In Swimming
Sigma Delta and Phi Chi. I NUMBERS FORE AND AFT Don Petersen of Chicago and Bill
2 The folowing games are carded Covode of Cherokee Fla., stood out
0 for the consolation tournament: prominently among the newcomers
At 4:15.-Sigma Delta Kappa vs. ein Big Ten swimming circles. The
Chi Phi. EVANSTON, May 11.-Coach Dick former set a new record' in the
Delta Sigma Phi vs Lamb- Hanley's idea of numbering his ath- breast stroke and swam on North-
1 da Chi Alpha. letes both on the front of their jer- western's world championship
1 Alpha Tau Omega vs. ! seys. as well as the back in all of medley. relay and free style straight
Theta Xi. Northwt , relay teams. Covode swam on the
Phi Kappa Tau vs. Kappa . s ecte d gesnppulaain latter team also.
0! Sigma. is expected to prove a popular in- George LaFavour of Cushing,
Tau Kappa Epsilon vs. Al- novation. , Olka., lightweight wrestler, placed
pha Sigma Phi. In a recent game between two second in the Western Conference
) I At 5:15.-Sigma Chi vs. Delta Kap- icked t i championships and shows. promise
) pa Epsilon p eams the system was given of winning considerable prestige
I Phi Beta Delta vs. Phi and proved decidedly suc- in the grappling sport next sea-
Delta Theta. cessful. The spectators were able to I son Several sophomores have won
Delta Sigma Phi vs. Sigma recognize the players much easier regular jobs on the baseball nine
Phi Epsilon. ' than under the former method this spring. They include Larry,
In case of rain all of the games when the numbers were placed only Oliphant, first base; Joe Schwartz
> will be moved to Thursday at the on the back. It was also found that of Chicago, second base, and. Fran-
I same hours. All of the games will substitutions could be identified cis Waniata, also of Chicago, out-
D I be played on Ferry field. 'quicker and more accurately. I field.

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Chicago ......000 020 13x- G 11
Russell and Weiland.

Washington ..010 120 122- 9
St. Louis ......000 000' 304- 7
Liska and Gray.

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Chicago 100 400 000 000 0- 5 9
Boston .003 000 200 000 1- 6 14
Malone and Cantwell.
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