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June 01, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Pubished Daily (Seadaye excepted) dring
the College ear, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Orrc Timee bildieg, 79 S. Mate St. be-
tween Liberty ad William St.
MtANAGING EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS, 97.
AST M9ANAGNGa EDITOR
9. L. eSmea,'05L.
APTHLETIC EDITOR
. .Sioc.cMAF, '55 i.
BUI~NES9MANAEiR
. 1. HANS, '05
EDITORtS
F. S. Sox, '90 1. A. OAMtwecce, 'C.
F. A. Fcei, '95 E. A. CAMPBELL, '99.
. D. HecGre,'h. 7. . WOOROW, '98.
1eeTLER LAM, '0. 0. D. JNwroo '99 Id
The eubcripin price cc thc Daily i $2.50
for the cllee yrar, with a eglereleediveery
beorenoeachcliday. Nties,commuic-
tions, adathe aier itnded lee pblia-
iconmse chded au at the Dily office e-
foe 8 p. in., cc ailed he thc edite beoree3
P. m., Of the day pevies to that cc which
thee are epectd t aper.
Subccipina ay be left at The Daily
Offie, Mteye's cr Stillets Newtnd, ce
ith Bsines an1eaer. Sberibes cviii re-
fee a ar by reortig prmply at hic
ofcee aevfailrecofcariertocdeivercpaper.
Before the gmlies Sllturdbay the co -
aging edior of (ile0U.'of C. _Weildy
staird othOerDaily that th letrack mieti
will iprobby be cloe, buth(ic-go
will und~lobtedly win the bll gciiiie
Coidlil~en10iset to be reslored.
"Tue o itories were bth 'lii 000
aod owre co-oi, no by aiccidets,. bt
0,1 their iieris. Iti ome0111ime010ahill
eihur of the two ricl uivcersiiis halis
recived suche a crsiniigdefet rolo
the oler an11d it 10 to be lotirdlthit
the good wcork ooe by icign Sat-
urday 10 butlan earnst ~iofthe futr
Let i be reiieobered, lowver, thu
theree are yet too ball gulles to be
0on eli he11 0tm lanbe idelill'hl111101
ti oeo 110sbei and it sould ree
libeal stdentisoppor i Mei~o-vile
tloere 10somoninonOil(le Midwaoy.
THE TABLES TURNED.
(Continued focm First Page.)
Mile roo-Wood, M., firt; Smoih, C.,
sceod; Burn, C.,thd; ioe 4:8 2-5.
Xbiiicoiiit and Wi'iitleey, 9., cad
Brayton, C., asa rao.
120 yards licrdle-MroLea, ill~.,
first; Clon, C., seond; Ayee, i.
third; time, 1(3-5 sec. erstlbeger,
C., loo ra.
220 yards hurdle-Chiubb.,irsea;
Mean, M., secod; Calon, C.,
thilld; time, 27 2-5 sec. Cmpbll, C.,
also ril.
QarteLr-mile 'bcyle-Torer, 9.,
first; York, , second; Bo, 0.,
thilld; time, 3(1 secs acelle, Brown
aod Petiet, C., also ran
00110 bycle-TFuroer, M., first;
Brown, C., secnd; York, M., third;
-ime, 2:37. Bush, M., and acelle
and Pettet, C. als ran.
Mle wlk-Tryon, M., first; Wood-
-tuff, 0., second; Brown, C., third;
time, 8:04- 4-5. Paul, M., and Lckes;
C., diquailifed.
kifening high jbp-Vrnr, M.

first, 5 ft. 9 /2i.; Flournoy, l0., secod,
:5 ft. 8-3/ 1.; erebe~ger, C., thuyd.
.5 f. TViin.
Puttinig 10 lb. shot-Le, a., fist,
36i ft. 2i in.; HeCrebegr, C., seod,
31I i. 5/i.; Oliver, l., tid, ;i2ce.
10 i1n. ortimer, C., oo11lieer.
Iloiiig broad jump~-Runnlels, 0.,
heast, 21 fet; Vol-or, A., secod, 20 ft
101/3 in.; ood, C., tirild, 10 ft 3 1.
i'aiiilcelC., unplhaed.
Throwing 1G lb. hammllier-Beiiet,
M., fies, 104 ft. /'/ h.; Div r, AI.,
secooid, 91 ft. 8 in.; terherger, C.,
tlhid, S6 ft. I1ino. Morililr, C., ue-
Pole vlt-lersheclri, C., first.,
9 f. 9 in.; Tiyon aed A daiii, 5., 'iei
Cr seond adlir ud. 3ii. .Drewo,
C., toplaod.
Rlelay race, al-mile - Michigan
con; time, 1:34'2-. Mielogai-
T'lolca, Elbe, oloisoil mio titiher-
man11; Chicago, Pcrroogii, ymian,
C'alielsootnd Aberahy.
rlhe ofecals wove:
lterre- Fraoh w. Eddy. D. A. C.
Jucdges, at Finlish--oiii Dc 01, jr.,
D. A. C., Hlarry deeooi, Nore Deon.
'0; Frdcihleloee, J5thiga, ll;
11.,C. Johnsoi, Sichigi, '77.
itid 2110ges-Cho. Luce,. jr., D. A
C.; Wlter Brook~ho, iroad, 111E. S.
Witheek, Yl, '0.; Mii. F. Br-rti,
LD. A. C.
Tiliele-i-rhd G. Ausinii, D. A. C.;
A. Ri..Sitrllla, I. A. C.; F. K.
Searons, Miehigal, '.5
((irk o Coure-'E. J.9. iyi, iel-
ga, '9).
Assitants-hE. L. Warler, D. A.C.
iiilrlon Care, Cilego; R. . l loge
lelln, Miehiiiga.
Scorer-C. At. (Gec, lclilan;
lew-eti. D. A. C.; H. . Sli~la.
Miolig-e.
Alllnonce--rof. Truehloo, 3Mcl-
ga a.
Judtge of Walkiog-tFredCi.Trllll
Yale, '9.
At 4:0 o'lokIthe 1(call teamso to.o
liii'ilrd for (le tihird gmle of ole
-series, Like the 'preeing golshes Oit,
soriee 0010clos, ut unlikeiherIliuM ie-
gan on~i, 11110 0000by ollierior worke
io the field.
iInle preimoiary praetice Heari
wreniched a tendon just above hi left
koee while gog after a ly, hottle
plucilly co-rit ito thle gene and did0
somiie star work, eoids nmakig twoy
afe bits le took part io tootdolibe
pays that were cin the ligtniong or-
er. iooorkr woseappladei all
threoughlOt(le gimp"e
MleMurra, anewomnat,oaotlced
at oortoit cod lie plalyel i a 1111u-
or that brought joy to the heats of
alltie aeeped every eane offer-
ed wihout an error, severl of the
stosnade ieing most difficult.
In the bo, Clarke oa in hi usul
fine (centaned held OltigaD idown o
tour hits scattered through as miiny
ibning§. Bt ie gave one base on
balls m4aisrhitone atter to marIls

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