THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY,
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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN,
Orriee: Times building, 329 S. Main St.
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J. F. TuoMAs, '00 L.
0.1H. LHANs,'Ii L.
H, B. SKILLMAN,'98 L., Athletics.
E. L GEISMER, ' L G. D. IUDNUTT, '00
T. I. WOODRow, '98 F. ENGELHARD,'1
F. D. EAMAN,'00 I, S. DANFOrTH,'98S
P. W. JoNEs, '99. C. H. LUND, '00 M.
A. II. McDoUoALL,'01 E.
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The action of Chicago, Illinois and
Michigan in withdrawing from the W.
. A. A. A. meet came as a surprise to
the University and has naturally ex-
cited much comment and discussion.
The necessity for withdrawing ip gen-
uinely regretted, but not much doubt
s felt that the necessity existed. The
professionalism of Maybury and Coch-
ems is unquestionable, and had the
committee spent more time on the
merits of the case and less on tech-
nicalities these two men would lave
been disqualified. Feeling that the
stand taken by the committee justified
revolution, Chicago, Illinois and Mich-
igan withdrew. The result of this ac-
tion is with the future.
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Minnesota, 9; Lake Forest, 8; Knox, 0;
Drake, 0; Purdue, 5.
120 yard hurdles-Jackson, Lake For-
est, won; Green, Knox, second; Brown,
Northwestern, third. Time, :17 3-5.
100 yard dash-Maybury, Wisconsin,
won; Jones, Northwestern, second; Fox,
Wisconsin, third. Time, :10.
Mile run-Schneider, Wisconsin, won;
Rice, Lake Forest, second; Bemis,
Northwestern, third. Time, 5:19 4-5.
440 yard run-Cassady, Purdue, won;
Fox, Wisconsin, second; Sturgeon,
Northwestern, third. Time, :521-5.
Mile bicycle race-Taylor, Wisconsin,
won; Fern, Drake, second; Pageg, Min-
nesota, third. Time, 2:30 2-5.
Quarter-mile bicycle race-C. I. Tay-
lor, Wisconsin, won; Taylor, Wisconsin,
second; Fern, Drake, third. Time,
220 yard dash-Jones, Northwestern,
won; Fox, Wisconsin. second; McGow-
an, Wisconsin, third. Time, 23 2-5.
220 yard hurdles-O'Dea, Wisconsin,
won; Sellard, Drake, second; Brown,
Northwestern, third. Time, :27 3-5.
880 yard run-Sturgeon, Northwestern,
won; Nelson, Minnesota, second; Hen-
ry, Wisconsin, third. Time, 2:04 1-5.
Mile walk-Pease, Northwestern,won;
Hartman, Wisconsin, second; Bred-
stein, Wisconsin, disqualified. Time,
Hammer throw-Levings, Northwest-
ern, won; Stengel, Wisconsin, second;
Harbough, Knox, third. Distance, 110
Pole vault-Wilson, Northwestern,
won; sones, Northwestern, second;
Rowe, Wisconsin, third. Height, 10 ft.
Discus throw-Stengel, Wisconsin,
won; Groulsey, wisconsin, second; For-
est, Wisconsin, third. Distance, 117 4-10
High jump-Frame, Wisconsin, won;
Mason, Wisconsin, second; Holland,
Drake, third. Height, 5 ft. 8 in.
Shot put-Brewer, Northwestern,won;
Percy, Northwestern, second; Har-
bough, Knox, third. Distance, 38 ft.
Broad jump-Gaines, Minnesota, won;
Hobart, Knox, second; Perry, North-
western, third. Distance, 22 ft. V% in.
Canoe Club Regatta.
Today's regatta of the fluron Canoe
Club promises to be all that the officers
of the club hope for. The number of
entries is much larger than was antici-
pated and unusual interest is being
shown by 'Varsity men, as is manifest-
ed by the fact that five crews have
entered in the half and quarter mile
double-oared races. These races will
probably be the most exciting of the
day. In order to add to the comfort
of the audience the management has
erected a grand stand on the ioest
bank of the river at the ailsh of the
The officials of the regatta are as
Judges-Prof. Knowlton and Dr. Fitz-
Timers-Sid Millard and "asty"
Inspector of Course-Allan Campbell.
Starter-F. H. Loud.
All contestants must repo:t at the
U. of M. boat house at 2:30 p. m. for in-
structions and places. The events and
prizes given in each are as follows:
Half-mile oared boat-Cup, Haller.
220 yards double-paddle single canoe
-Pipe and tobacco, Tuttle & Jolly.
100-yard single paddle canvas canoe-
Pillow, Mack & Co.
220 yard swimming-Smoking set,
Brown the druggist.
Half-mile pair-oared boat-Cup, Win.
Quarter-mile single-paddle canvas
canoe-Revolver, Eberbach & Co.
Quarter-mile double-paddle double
cedar canoe--Mirror and brush, Calkins
Water tournament-Scarf pin, Chap-
Quarter-mile oared boat-Book, Schal-
220 single-paddle canvas canoe-Trou-
sers, Wild & Co.
Tub race-Ascot tie, Tinker & Son.
Quarter-mile pair-oared boat--One
dozen photos, Rentschler.
Quarter-mile double-paddle canvas
canoe, Banner and hat, George Wahr,
Wadhams, Ryan & Reule.
All students owning canoes or who
are interested in boating and desiring
to join the club are requested to send
in their names to the president, J. B.
Felker, 727 E. University ave., or leave
them at Wahr's bookstore before Wed-
nesday, June 8. The club will meet that
evening to act upon all new names pre-
sented for membership and to elect ofsi-
cers for the ensuing year.
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