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THE UNIVEM~ITY OF MICH[GAN DAILY.X

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Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College Year an
THE UNIVERSITY OF MIHBIAN.
OpicE: Times building, 329 S. Main St.
Telephone (New State) 19.
MSANAGING EDITOR
J. F. TisosA, 'S0L..
BUSINESS MANAGER
. H. HAN,'00 L.
EDITORS
B, B. SaotLoMAlo. 8 L, Athletics.
E. L. OInSMn,93) L G. D. BIIOTT, 'H
T.iR. Wooooow, 598 F. Elop1sAno. 9.
F. D. ESOIAt,00 R. S. DAOFOTH, '08
P W30101, 99.' . H LUNs,'00 M.
A. H. MDOUAL,'01 E.
The nubcription price of the Daily is 82.50
for the college year, with a regular delivery
before non eah day. Notices, communica-
tion, and other matter intended for publica-
tion inst be handed in at the Daily office be-
fore 8 p.m., or mailed to te editor before 3
p. in., of the day previoun to that on which
they are expected to apear.
Subsrptions mye left at The Dly
Office Meyer's orStoffiets ewtand, or
with Aussiness Manager. Subribero will con-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at thin
office any falure of carriers to deliver paper.
W. 1. A. A. Entrie.
The entries for the Wstern Intercol-
legiate Athletic Assoiain mot to be
hld June 4 of Chicago were given out
yeterdy by John S. Coulter, who con-
tinues to ct as secretary, although the
graduate executive committee hs elect-
ed his successor. They re s follows:
ONE HUNDRED YARD RUN.
Illinois-H. H. Clinton, J. C. Brdley.
Yankton-A. H. Hoyne, . L. Stph-
ens.
Wisconsin-P. J. ODe, P. Fox, J. H3.
Maybuiry, F. McGowan, . T. Fox.
Minnesota-C. A. Boyer W. B. Stout-
emyr, L. Vassaly, F. Neyhart, . J.
Brown, Charles T. Stevenson.
Chicago-C. L. Burroughs, N. M. Fair,
WV. J. Shmal, T. H. Patterson.
Knox-H1 C. Nash, F. Wotmoro, C. A.
Finley.
Grinnell-Skiff, Whitney, Spaulding.
owa--J. C. Frail, W. B. Chse, T. .
Alderson. F. H. Meggars, J. T Edson.
Michigan-J, H. Thomas, W. A. West-
phal, Harry Johnson, W. W. Rettlman,
F. W. Hartzburg, Norman Forbes, J.
H. Thompson.
Purdue-Jones.
Nortwestern-Jones, Eliot, IHol-
brook. 00
TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY
YARD RUN.
Northwestern-Jones, Elliot, Hol-
brook.'
Illinois-H. H. Clinton. J. C.Bradley
J. G. Applequist, H. T. Willis.
Purdue-Jones.
Iowa-J. C. Prall, W. B. Chase, T. .
Alderson, F. H. Meggars J. T. Edson.
Knox-R C. Nash, . C. Sinclair..
Minnesota-Same as 10 yard run.
Yankton-Same as 100 yard run.
Michigan-J. M. Thomas, W. A. West-
phal, Harry Johnson, W. W. Kettle-
man, F. W.. Hartzburg, F. A. Batch, J.
H. Thomson, C. L. Teetzel.
Grinnel-Sme as 100 yard run.
Chicago-C. IL. Burroughs, N.M. Fair,
H. W. Webb, G. L. White, W. J.
Sebmahi,"T H. Patternsn.
Wiscosin-P, J. ODea, P. Fox, J. H.
Maybury, F. McGowan, . J. FOX, T.
W1'Tormey.

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FOUR HUNDRED AND FORTY
I YARD. RUN.
Wisconsin-P. . ODea, . T. Fox, "A erW .Msly .CSe
veno, T. W. Tormey.
Chicago-N. M. Fair, G. L. White, H.,
W. Webb, J. G. Coulter.
Grinnell-Skiff, Whitney.
Michigan-J,- W. Thomso, C. T. Tot-
zel, F. A. Hatch, H. W. Hayes.
Yankton-H. L. Stephens.
Minnesota-O. C. Nelson, W. C. Cham-
bers, J. F. Brhagen,
Knox-H. C. Nash, E. Sinclair.
Iowa-J. C. Prall, N. Barber, C.
Brown, W. B. Chase, H. B. Gray, F.
Mantz, S. B. Gothad.
Purdue-Cassady.
IIllinois-H. T. Willis, A. . Jackson,
. W. Bills, J. G. Applequit, . T.
Miles.
Northwestern - Sturgeon, Jones,
Brown, Holbrook.
EIGHT HUNDRED AND EIGHTY
YARD RUN.
Norhwestern - Cowgill, Sturgeon.
(To be continued.)
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