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J. A. Lnltsv, '6, Managing Editor.
A. W. Sauva, Specal, Assistant.
W. A. SpL., '96 L, Assistant.
E. R. SUNDERLAND, '96, Assistant.
H. COLEMAN, '97, Athletic Editor.
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H. A. Dancer, '5. E. L. Evans, '95 L.
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C. H. Farell, '8. S. E. Knppen,'98.
J. S. Finlay, '98.
THE MEET AT BERKLEY OVAL.
The Intercollegiate Sports of Yes-
terday and Today.
The Intercollegiate Association of
Amateur Athletes began their twenti-
eth annual field day yesterday at Berk-
ley Oval, New York, with reprsenta-
tives of California, Princeton, Pennsyl-
vania, Dartmouth, Swarthmore, Iowa,
Williams, Yale, Columbia and Harvard
in competition. There were over 600
entries for the scheduled events, the
first of which, the hundred-yards
dash, began at 2 o'clock. The follow-
ing five men are left in each event
contested yesterda.y for competition in
the finals today:
First trials, 100 yards dash (7 heats)
-Allen, Princeton; Gonterman, Har-
vard; Crum, Iowa; Patterson, Wil-
liams; Ramsdell, Pennsylvania; Door,
Princeton; Lane, Princeton.
Second trials, 100 yards dash-Rich-
ards, Yale; Crum, Iowa; Ramsdell,
Pennsylvaiiia; Patterson, Williams.
120 yards hurdle-Dyer, California;
Chase, Dartmouth; Hatch, Yale.
Half mile run-Hollister, Harvard;
Two mile bicycle race-Howard, Col-
umbia; Fearing, Columbia; Hill, Yale;
Heidrich, Yale; Williams, Columbia;
Manley, Swarthmore; Burdett, Harv-
440 yards dash-Sterritt, Pennsyl-
vania; Freeman, Pennsylvania; Koch,
220 yards hurdle-Bremei, Harvard;
Perkins, Yale; Sheldon, Yale; Torrey,
220 yards dash-Richards, Yale; Big-
elow, Harvard; Crumn, Iowa; Rams-
dell, Pennsylvania; Dorr, Princeton.
Throwing 1-pound; hammer-Hick-
ok, Yale, first; Cicss,_ Yae second;
Chadvick, Yale, third; Edren, Cal-
fornia, fourth; Hiekok, Yale, fifth.
Puttin 16-p6tnd shot-Hickok, Yale,
first; Knipe, Pennsylvania; Brown,
Yale; Kubli, Harvard; Cros, tL.
Running broad jump-Sheldon, Yale,
first; Stickney, :Harv'rd; liodgers,
Princeton; Clark, Harvard; Dunlap,
Runoing high jump-Koch, Calie
fornda; Becker, Cornell; Paine, Harv-
ard; Windsor, Pennsylvania; Leslie,
Pole vault-Hoyt, Harvard; Buck-
holz, Pennsylvania; Thomas, Yale;
Stewart, Pennsylvania; Tyler, Prince
ton; Allen, Yale.
In the two-mile bicycle race, It. E.
Manley, of Swarthmore, broke, the as-
sociation record of 5:10 in the good
time of 5:07 3-5. In the field events,
Hickok, of Yale, outdid himself by
throwing the 16-pound hammer 132
feet and 10 inches, breaking his asso-
ciation and college records, which
were 123 feet 9 inches and 129 feet 5/
incheN respectively. In putting the
16-pound shot Hickok beat his asso-
ciation record of 42 feet wih a score
of 42 feet 11% iinches.
CHI Pl CELEBRATES.
Several Speakers of Wide Reputa-
tion Speak to Fellow Greeks.
The Alpha Epsilon chapter of the
Chi Psi fraternity last night held a
banquet at the Cook house to celebrate
the fiftieth anniversary of its exis-
tence. It was the first secret associa-
tion of university students organized
at Ann Arbor, and had a hard strug-
gle against the attempts to suppress
it, made by the faculty. The frater-
nity has a membership of about 2,500
in the United States, of which alboit
175 are alumni of the Michigan
Among the many visiting members
who were present last night are, Wil-
lhaim H. Wells,, W. W. Hannan. S. P.
Duffield, Joseph C. Hart, of Detroit;
Dr. L. D. Pullman, Charles Fo and
I. L. Moore, of Grand Rapids; Dr.
James F. Breakey, of Pontiac; James
L. Duffy, W. L. Clements, H. C.
Clements and C. It. Wells, of Bay'
City. The speakers included Hon.
Don. 11. Dickinson, ex-Senator
Thomas W. Palmer, Elliott T. Slocum
and Samuel Douglas, of Detroit; and
J. Sterling Morton, secretary of agri-
Appropriation Bill Falls to Pass.
Representative Waite yesterday
again brought up the University ap-
propriation bill, which failed to pass
by a. vote of 48 for, to 42 against, a
lark of three votes fromn the 51 neces-
sary for its passage.
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