THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY,
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OFFICE: Times building, 329 S. Main St.
Telephone (New State)189.
J. F. THoMAS, '00 L.
O. H. HANS, '00 L.
H, B. SKILLMAN,'98 L., Athletics.
E. L. GEIsMER, '98 L G. D. HUDNUTT, '00
T. R. WOODROw,'98 F. ENGELHARD,'98.
F. D. EAMAN,'00 R. S. DANORTH, '98
P. W. JONES, '99. C. . LUND,'00 M.
A. Hi. MCDOUGALL, '01 E.
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MEET A TIE.
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Running broad jump-Runnells won,
20 9-10 ft.; Russell second, 20 7-10 ft.;
McLean third, 20 6-10 ft.
Putting 16 lb. shot-Lehr won, 37 ft.
91/, in.; Kennedy second, Herschberger
Pole vault-Herschberger won, 10 ft.
2 in.; Baker and Leake tied for second
and third places, distance 9 ft. 8 in.
Discus throw-Heath won, 96 ft. 8 in.;
Fogle second, 96 ft. 2 in.; Dye third, 95
ft. 6 in.
Running high jump-Flour-soy, Tryon
and McLean teid for first, second and
third places. Height, 5 ft. 6 in.
Throwing 16-lb. hammer-Morttimer
won, 122 ft. 11 in.; Herschberger second,
The officers of the meet were: Ref-
eree, A. R. Strtathan; clerk of course,
I. L. Hill, starter, Ed de Pont; field
judges, Harry Austin, Theo Luce, Wal-
ter Brooks; finish judges, A. G. Strud-
er, Walter Brooks, J. Owen, Jr.; timers,
George P. Codd, Fred Ducharme, Nate
Williams; referee of bicycle races, Wil-
liam Rands; judge of walking, Fred
Thrail; assistants clerk of course, S. A.
Stein, Standish Backus, G. Jerome, O.
D. Allen; announcer, James Armstrong;
scorers, Clarence Aird and H. B. Skill-
Following is the summary of point,
first place counting 5, second 3, and
GRAND CENTRAL STATION AT-
"A practical demonstration of the
wisdom of estahishing a free messen-
ger and guide service at the New York
Central station in New York City was
given a few days ago," remarked a
gentleman who had just returned from
the metropolis this morning. "I went
to the big town on the 9:20 evening
train, arriving at New York at 7:30, on
time to a minute as usual. In the car
that I was in was a charming old lady
who had a big satethel. When we got
off the train I proposed to carry the old
ladys' luggage to the street from away
up at the Forty-fourth Street end of
the depot. It's a long walk, you know,
from that end to the Forty-second
Street exit, and the old 'lady was all
alone. I was just about to take her
satchel from ;the porter, when a smart
young man in a blue uniform, wearing
a round red hat such as British sol-
diers wear, andhaoving embrldered on
the front in gold letters, "Grand Cen-
tral station attendant," stepped up to
her, touched his hat and politely asked
where she wished to go. He took the
satchel from 'the porter and carried it
to the entrance, where, after protecting
her from the horde of hackmen, he put
her and her baggage on a cross-town
car and went back into the station. Of
course it was only what he was hired
to do, but he did it so nicely that I was
greatly pleased, and the little old lady
was pleased also. There was a trou-
bled look on her face when she stepped
off the train, but when she saw the
uniform of the young fellow who spoke
to her it all disappeared.dSheeknew
she was in good ands and need not
worry more. That messenger service
is a great institution. When a lady
boards a New York Central train for
New York alone now she knows that
she will be protected from the time the
train starts till she is safely in a car-
riage or car in New York city. What
more could be asked of a railroad than
that."-Rochester Union and Adver-
TO CHICAGO-TO ST. LOUIS.
Leave Ann Arbor at 7:30 a. m.
Arrive at Chicago at 2:0 p.m.
Arrive at St. Louis 6:52 p. m.
Via Ann Arbor railroad and Wabash
Ctntinental Limited. This is by far
the fastest time ever mae, and the
Continental Limited the new fast train
of the Wabash, is the finest train ever
run between these points. Free chair
cars Milan 'to Chicago or St. Louis.
Close connections for Kansas City and
the west. 200
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
BADGES OR PINS
SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
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Designs and estimates furnished on all work
of this ind.
Acme Bicycles !
'98 lODELS-HIGl EGRADE.
Same grade as agents sell for $75.
We have no agents but sell direct
to the rider at manufacturer's prices.
Sent for catalogue.
ACME CYCLE CO.,
102 maim St. Elkhatlad.
Blue Serge Coats
Here in abundance. Thin things that keeep yOu cool-pretty
thngs, good things, things that are cheap.
Soft and stiff brims, rough and split braids, high and low
crowns-all this season's style.
Here's what you want if you want good things. Thin,.
cool, stylish and pretty.
50c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.
As we never indulge in "False Alarms"
you will realize the wisdom of coming
promptly if you wish to enjoy these ex-
traordinary offerings-They're too good
to last long. .
3 for 26c.
WASH TIES2 for25c.
LGEEeWith the new Cuifs
-The one you want
and the only place
SHIRT you can get them.
KNOX . $Ts
DUCK TROUSERS-3LUE SERGE
112 SOUTH MAIN STRBET.
Mile run-.----.----.---.-....- 5
440 yard run--.-.-.-.--..------3
Mile walk -------------- S
Quarter-mile h cycle..---..9
110 yard hurdles.-------
Running broad jump . 9
Shot put-------= --- S
Pole vault. . . .I---------
Discus throw------......---- 1
Rynning high jump-.0.....9
Hammer throw----.----.--- 1
The senior invitations have now ar-
rived.fChairman Hyde will be in the
box onfce of the main -hail today from
4 to 5 p. m., and Tuesday from 10.30
to 12. Bag receipts of class tax.