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VOL. IX, No. 126.



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Good Work Done at the,'Warsit
Indoor Meet.
The annual indoor meet was held
in Waterman Gynasium Saturday
afternoon and evening and resulted
in the lowering of four University
records. The disagreeable weather
kept many away and there were not
over 500 spectators present in the
evening, and about 200 in the after-
noon. The meet was thoroughly
successful and was well managed, the
events being started promptly and
without the usual delays between
events. The U. of M. Band wass
present and its selections added to
the enthusiasm of the occasion.
The first event was the 40-yard
dash. Twenty-six men ran in the
trials. Teetzel won out in the finals
in 4 3-5 seconds which makes the
indoor record. This same time was
made by Hartsburg in his trial heat.
In the 40 yard low hurdle, Captain
McLean broke the indoor record for
that event; doing the distance in 5
seconds flat. The high hurdle was
also awarded to McLean by the
judges although one of the judges
and the majority of the spectators
were of the opinion that if Hartsburg
did not win the race it was certainly
a tie between McLean and Harts-
The next record to drop was in the
shot put. Lehr won this by a put of
40 feet and 1 inch, which was 21
inches further than the record made
by him last year. Odle lowered the
record for the half-mile walk by 2
secnds, making it in 3:35. Brook-
field was about 10 yards ahead at the
finish but the judges declared that
he, and three of the other contest-
ants as wel, had run, and hence gave
it to Odle.
Barrett, although le won the half-
mile run, did not lower the record as
was expected, on account of the in-
ferior sork of his pace-makers.
Lehr, who won the shot put, and
Davies, one of the most promising
pole vaulters will be unable to do
much more work in those two events
from now on owing to the fact that
they will both be needed on the
'Varsity nine and will have no chance
for track work.
In the afternoon the most inter
esting events were the exhibition
bou:s in heavy weight boxing be-
tween Hicks and Porter. Both are
clever boxers, Porter's defensive
work being especially good. The
bout between Potter and Ziegler was
a hard one and it took four rounds
to decide it. Yale's work in the
light weight class was probably the
most scientific done in any of the
matches. He is remarkably quick
and boxes well. Davalla was an
easy winner in the fencing bout. He
is a Mexican by birth and las han-
died the foils all his life.
The class championship was won
by the freshmen with 20 points.
'00 Law and '00 Lit. tied for second
with 15 points each. No other class

won over 5 points. The best indi- Lightweight wrestling-Loud won
vidual scores were as follows: Mc- by default.
Lean, 10 points; Hartsburg, 9 points; Midleweight wrestling - Loud
'eezel, Lehr, Barrett, Odle and threw Wheeler, two out of three.
Adams, each 5 points; Snow and Heavyweight wrestling-Steckle
Tryon, each 4 points. won by default.
The following is a summary of Feucing-DavalladefeatedlHough-
events: ton.
40-yard dash trials-First trial; The officials were as follows.
Teetzel, '00 L., first; Holbrook, '00 Starter and Rferee-Keene Fitz-
L., second; time, 4 4 5. Second patrick.
trial; McLean, '00, first; Ellick, Track judges-Mr. Effinger, Dr.
second; time, 5. Third trial; Elbel, MoMurrich, Robt. Bourland.
first; Breitenbach, '01, second; time, Field judges-J. W. F. Bennett,
5. Fourth trial; Westfall, '00 L., Wm. Caley, Chas. Widman.
first; Rafferty, second; time, 4 4-5. Timers-Sid Millard, A. B. Groes-
Fifth trial; Menfer first; Whitcomb buck, Dr. Rabethge.
'01, second; time, 4 4-5. Sixth Announcer-H. B. Potter.
trial; Gardner, '02, first; Hayes, '01 Clerk of course-Charles Riegel-
L., second; time, 4 4-5. Seventh roan; assistants-L. M. Turner, Joe
trial; Hartsburg, '00 L., first: Bursley, Harold Emmons.
Beymer, second; time, 4 3 5. Scorers-Standish Backus, Carl
40 yard dash semi-finals -First Green, F. IV. Potter.
heat; Teetzel, '00 L., first; Breiten. Judge of walking-Dr. Rabethge.
bach, '01, second; time, 4 4-5. Judges of boxing-Dr. Nancrede,
Second heat; Westfall, '00 L., first; Keene Fitzpatrick.
Menfer, second; time, 4 4-5. Third Referee of boxing-Dr. Rabethge.
heat; Hartsburg, '00 L., first; Gard- Judge of wrestling-Dr. Rabethge.
ner, '02, second; time, 4 45 MASS MEETING TONIGHT
40-yard dash, final--Teetzel, '00 -
L., first; Hartsburg, '00 L., second;
Westfall, '00 L., third; time, 4 3-5. Important Athletic Matters to Be
40-yard low hurdles, trials-First Brought Before the Students.
trial; McLean, '00, first; Barry, A mass nreting of all the students
second; time, 5 2-5. Second trial; of the Uiversity will be held toight
Hartsburg, '00 L., first; Houghton, in University Hall, at 7 o'clock. The
'99 D;, second; time, 5 2-5. Third meeting will probably be the most
trial; Fishleigh, '02, first; Bjork, important one from n a-thletic stand-
01, second; time 5 1.5. poin that has ever been held in At
40-yard low hurdles, final-Mc- Arbor. Those in charge of athletic
Lean, '00, first; Hartsburg, '00 L., matters are especially desirous that
second; Fishleigh,'02, third; time, 5. every student ii the University turn
40-yard high hurdles, trials-First out and attend it.
heat; McLean, '00, first; Houghton, The object of the meeting is to
'99 D., second; time 5 4 5. Second explain and lay before the students
heat; Hartsburg, '00 L., first; Bjork the situation which has recently de-
'01, second, time 5 2-5. veloped in western athletics. Man-
40-yard high hurdles final-Mc. ager Charles Baird will tell ex-
Lean, '00, first; Hartsburg, '00 L., actly what has been has been done
second; Bjork, '01, third; time 5 and howc natters now stand. He
2-5. will state the reasons for the recent
Shot put-Lehr, p. g., first; di- stand Michigan has taken. Although
tance 40 feet,'1 inch; Avery, '02, these have been published in various
second; distance 35 feet 7 inches; papers since the situation arose, they
Patton, '02, third. ave not yet been given correctly or
High jump-Snow, '02, aaad in full. Profs. Pattengil and Mc.
Tryon, '01 M., tied for first; height Laughlin, of the Board of Control,
5 feet 7 inches; Aramstrong, '00, will also address the meeting. ,
third; height 5 feet, 6 inches. President Weinstein stated to the
Half mile run-Barrett, '02, first; DALY last evening that the meeting
Conger, '00, second; Emerson, '02 would have far-reaching effects upon
third; time, 2:10.' ' the future athletic career of this
Half mile walk-Odle, '02, first- University. He said: "there are but
Dow, '00 P., second; Felker, 'h01 few of the students who sufficiently
third; time, 3-35.' 'realize what our recent stand means.
Pole vault-Adams, '99, first. There is a prevailing opinion among
Keena, '01, second; Davies, '00,' them that the matter will come out
third; height, 9 feet, 7 inches. all right in the end, and that in the
'00 vs'O0 L. Relay Race-Won meantime Michigan can get along
by '00; time, 57 2-5. much better without Chicago than
'02 vs. '02 M. Relay race-Won Chicago can without Michigan. Many
by '02 M.; time, U 4-5. of the facts of the situation have
The result of the boxing and wrest- not yet been made public, lwhich
ling bouts in the afternoon were as might tend to change this opmion.
follows: The meeting will not last over an
Featherweight boxing-McKeegan hour, and will begin promptly at 7
defeated Frazer. o'clock. No collections or subscrip-
Lightweight boxing-Yale defeat- tions will be asked for. Every stu-
ed Hornberger. dent who has at heart not only the
Middleweight boxing-Ziegler de. best interests of athletics, but also
feated Potter. time best interests of this University,
Heavyweight boxing-Hicks won should certainly attend the meeting
by default. tonight.
Featherweight wrestling-Seabury The Phi Delta Thetas gave a ban-
threW Fitzpatrick, two out of three. quet Friday evening.


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ANN ARBOR Indoor meet contestants will
Do. noawn receive their rebates from 5 to
nain st 5:30 today, at Director's office.

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