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VOL. VIII. No. 187.


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Easily Wins First in Triangular
Track Meet-Wisconsin Cap-
tures Regular Meet.
Michigan, 70; Chicago, 41; Illinois, 33.
The above tells the outcome of the
first meet of the Western Collegiate
Association held Saturday on Marshail
Field, at the University of Chicago.
As a result of the action taken by the
graduate committee of the W. I. A. A.
A. in regard to the amateur standing
of Maybury and Cochems, tof Wiscon-
sin, two meets were held in Chicago
Saturday. Believing that the commit-
tee had not arrived at a, just decision,
those having authority over athletics
at the Universities of Chicago, Illinois
and Michigan decided to withdraw from
the W. I. A. A. A. meet and bold an-
other of a triangular nature. This was
clna, the inotitutions austaising the de-
cision taking part in the regular meet
at the Parkside track.
The meet held by Chicago, Illinois and
Michigan proved to be the more popular
and better of the two. The crowd was
larger, the enthusiasm greater and the
general standard of competition higher.
notwithstanding this, with two excep-
tions, the records made at the latter
were better. A comparison of the re-
cords made in the two meets is quite
favorable to Michigan, and shows that
had there been no seccession from the
W. 1. A. A. A. meet Michigan would
have won.
At Marshall Field two records were
broken and two others equalled. Van
Oven threw the hammer 130 feet,
smashing the previous record of 123 ft.
91 in. Hoagland, of Illinois, lowered
the mile walk record from 7:26 to 7
11.i Smith, of Chicago, equalled the
record of 4:33 in the mile run, defeating;
Woods by inches alone. In the 220
yards hurdles McLean tied the record
of 25 2-5 seconds made last year.
The surprises of the meet to Chicago
partisans were in the quarter and half-
mils runs. Fair and White, respective-
ly, of Chicago, were looked upon as
winners, but Teetzel and Hatch upset
their calculations and won in goodj
time. For Michigan McLean did the
best work, winning both the high and
low hurdis and the broad jump. Web-
ster was a good second in the hurdles.
Flournoy took the high jump with ease,
and Adams and Baker tied with Leake,
of Chicago, for first place in the pole

cago; second, Wood, Mich.; third,
Burch, Chicago. Time, 4:33.
440 yard run--Won by Teetzel, Mich.;
second, Fair, Chicago; third. Thomson,
Mich. Time, :51 2-3.
One mile bicycle race-Won by Bald-.
win, Mich.; second, Thompson, Illinois;
thid, Goodenow, Chicago. Time,
2:40 4-5.
One mile walk-Won by Hoagland,
llinois; second, Brookfield, Mich.; third,
Tryon, Mich. Time, 7:11 4-5.
220 yard hurdles-Won by McLean,
Mich.; second, Webster, Mich.; third,
Calhoun, Chicago. Time, :25 2-5.
oiuarter-mile bicycle race-Won by
brown, Chicago; second, Pettit, Chi-
cago; third, Thompson, Illinois. Time,
bi0 yard run-t"on by I tch, hich.;
second, a tie between Whit of Chi-
cago, and Hayes, of t ,:1. Time,
2:02 2-5.
220 yard run-Won by Burroughs,
Chicago; seotii, Thomas, Mich.; third,
Thomson, Mich. Time, :22.
Discus throw-Won by MoranI Ill.,
distance 103 ft. 2 in.; seond, Caley,
Mich., distance, 100 ft. 7 in.; third, Mor-
timer, Chicago, distance, 96 ft. 9 in.
Running high jump-Won by Flour-
noy, Mich., height 5 ft. 71/ in.; second,
a tie between Schmahl, of Chicago, and
Byrne, ill.
Putting 16-lb. shot-Won by Sweeney,
Ill., distance 36 ft.; second, Moran, Ill.,
distance, 35 ft. 4 in.; third, Enochs, Ill.,
distance, 34 ft. 4 in.
Running broad jump-Won by Mlc-
Lean, Mich., 22 ft. 31., in.; second, a tie
between Keator, Ill., and Russell, Mich.,
20 ft. 71 in.
Throwing 16-lb. hamm r-Won by
Von Oven, Ill., 130 ft.; second, Mortimer,
Chicago, 122 ft. 7 in.; third, Enochs, Ill.,
118 ft. 1 in. '
Pole vault-A tie between Leake, Chi-
cago, Adams, Mich., and Baker, Mich.;
height, 10 ft.
Summary of points:

Northwestern Looses Third Game
to Michigan.
Michigan made it three straight from
Northwestern Saturday, winning the
game by a score of 5 to 2. The gane
was full of excitement, and was an even
contest up to the seventh inning, when
by means of some of the best work on
the bases seen her this year, and two
opportune hits, Michigan scored three
runs and clinched a victory. The
c rowd was extraordiarily large
stretchig itself out over fully ;yo-
thirds of the seats of the grand stand.
It was Illy-behaved. Indeed, very much
so, as in ths Seventh, and in a couple
of the preceding innings, it cheered the
work of the 'Varsity several times. The
yell was given also. Manager Keith
was much wrought up over it, and re-
ues& s that it be not repeated in the
remaining game. It rattled Miller very
badly, and affected him so muh that
in the next inning the best he could do
with the three Northwesterns that faced
sim was to strike them out.
The work of Northwstern was far
superior to that in the preceding games.
Schlander pitched a good game, allow-
lag only seven hits, which were well
scattered. His support was steady.
Miller, for Michigan, was in good form,
and kept the hits scattered. Ten men
is his records in strike-outs.
Nothing was done in the seventh. In
Chaddock hit a fly which Butler mis-
judged, and got three bases. Saun-
ders' single sent him in. In the fourth
they scored again on Ashbraft's double
and a single by White.
The 'Varsity scored first in the third
inning. Matteson reached first on an
error, and then stole second. A wild
throw to catch him let him go to third.
A single by McGinnis sent him in.
Another run wos added in the fourth
when Butler drew a base on balls, stole
second and came in when Davies hit.
Nohting was done in the seventh. In
this iing Butler again got a, base on
balls and stole second. Davies then ii
a ripping triple, which scoredButler.
Miller hit to short, who threw home to
catch Davies, but the latter by a long
slide evaded the ball and scored. Mil-
ler was safe at first, After Cooley and
Matteson had flied out McGmiis agan
hit safely, sending Miller to third.
While Schlander slept McGinnis am-
bled to second. Schlander suddenly
awoke and threw the ball into the out-
field and allowed Miiler to score. Lunn
(Continued on Fourth Page.)
The baseball committee of the ath-
letic association has decided that the
protested game between the '99 Lits and
'00 Dents shall be played over Wednes-
day at 4:00 p. m. at Regents' Field.
'98 Lits will play '01 Lits tomorrow at
4:00 o'clock at the fair grounds.

120-yard hurdle-..--
Ot-yard dash.----_-
One-mile run.--------.--
440 yard run.---------
One-aile bicycle race..
Rae-mile walk-l.---
220 yardhurdie.-----
Quarter-mile bicycle.-.
F85 yard run----------
220-yard dash---.-------
Discus throw--------rs-
Running high jump.---.
Shotput----------- .
Broad jump.----.-
shammer throw.----..-

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Digests. vault. The 'Varsity team proved to be The members of the 'Varsity team re-
We are agents for these works well balanced and failed to get points turned from Chicago yesterday morn-
and our SPECIAL PRICES on in only three events. ing, greatly disappointed because of not
them to STUDENTS cannot help The results follow: being allowed to compete against Wis-
120 yard hurdles--Won by McLean, cousin and the other teas. at the
Mich.; Webster, Mich., second; Calhoun, "Regular" meet. They feel that they
them. _Chicago, third. Time, .16 3-5. could have easily won first place, with
- 100 yard dash-Won by Burroughs, Maybury and Cochems competing.
W AHR'S BOO STORE Chicago; second, Thomas, Mich.; third, The "Regular" meet resulted as fol-
Up Town Down Town Westphal, Mich. Time, :10 1-5. lows: Wisconsin, 61; Northwestern, 44;
S. State St. Opposita e urntaouse One mile run-Wan
Ann Aaroronemil rut.o by Smith, Chi- (Cunsinued an Second page).

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