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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY HURON FLOODED.
Entered as second-class matter at the Ann The stage of the Huron river at the
Arbor Post Office. present time is higher than it has
Published daily (Mondayexcepted) during the ever been known to be. Several weeks
college year, at 117 E. Washington street, ago the flood was due to an ice jam,
(basement floor, side entrance) Phone892-3r but the present condition is caused by
MANAGING EDITOR : the recent heavy rains. Both banks
S. EMORY THOMASON of the river are entirely submerged,
BUSINESS MANAGER: the water extending over the whole
ROSCOE B. HUSTON vicinity. The dam threatens to give
EDITORS: way, though every prec ution is being
Atletics. - - - ROBERT K. WALTON taken to prevent such a mishap.
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A. . Gave, enr P.Erin (Continued from page one.) stogyt epaeso
A. C. Pound. A. H. Ortmeyer.
Joseph Y. Kerr, Stoddard S. More. was the length of time consumed in experice is our No. 2xs.
Ida M. Brownrigg. I. Waite Jayne. deciding the pole vault, which took It has no heel pad, is
Geo. A. Osborn. Harold C. Smith.
Harry H. Andrews. Alfred B. Koch. up over one hour and liteen minutes made extra long in the
Thomas B. Roberts. Clyde L. Dew. and which became tedious before it
BUISS SAF: was finished.' Many spectators were wrist, is lined and slightly
C. A. ThompsoSn. Wn.R. Lloyd heard to complain of this and it padded and strongly and
M. S. Koblitz. H. K. Latourette. would seem advisable in the future durably made throughout.
Thos. L. Feksele. to either umit this event from the in-
Editor Today-A. H. ORTMEYER. door meets or provide some way of It sells
-- finishing it more quickly.
Subscription-ywo Dollars per year, payable in At the conclusion of the meet, [For
advance. If delinquent after Nov. 1, 1903, $2.50 Trainer John Moakley of Cornell gave
Office ours:-12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30I out the following statenent: "Rose is -~
p. mc. Doly, the moot likely weigh) thrower I have
Address-ROSCOE B. HUSTON, Busines sMan- ever seen. His possibilities are un-1~OR.SALEAT
ager, 331 Packard Street. limited. Fifty feet will not stop himP A
Telephone, 461. in the shot put. Michigan has a won-
derfully strong team while ours is not W alir's Boo
U Cornell's best. We will be fifty per k Store.
-4acent strongersoutdoors. Cornell was
__________________________handicappled as is any other team in I
competing away from home and the
CALENDAR. score was about what I had expected.
Besides Rose's shot-putting, I consid- "A book of significance to the ex-
April 1.-Senior Law party. er that Michigan's great trio of sprint- perienced trial lawyer, of inspiring
ers and Schule's hurdling were the
April 2.-Fencing Tournament. strongest fealres of ihe meet." inst ction to the youngster in the
Williams' meeting, Y. M. C. A., at 4 "We won by a larger score than I profession and of conssu ing inteĀ°-
p. m. instead of 3 as formerly an- had expected," said Keene Fitzpatrick. tot to anyone alive to the everlast-
noonced- "I was perfectly satisfied with the ing human drama.
result."
The most noticeable feature mark- This meet closes the indoor track -TH CHICAGO EVENING POST.
ing the Wisconsin debate was the season of 1904 which has been one of
mutual good-will displayed by the the most successful in the history of
'Varsity athletics. T e~ to
teams. The audience which was made The summaries:-
up wholly of Michigan supporters 16-lb. shot-put I -2t n
shared in this spirit even when their Porter, Cornell, 1st, 41 feet 1 in; U L U II U L
representatives were announced de- Dunlap, Mich., 2nd, 41 feet; Rogers, B
feated. This was indeed an excellent Corne ,d: ee n.
exhihition of the good promoted by Hahn, Keeler, and Stewart of Mich., FRANCIS L. WELLMAN
such intercollegiate rivalries, and ran a dead heat. No time given, of the New York Bar.
form the strongest argument that 40-yard hurdles:--
such contests should be continued. Schule, Mich., 1st; Stewart, Mich., WITH THE CROSS-FXAMINATIONS
2nd; Cairns, Cornell, 3rd. Time 5 OF IMPORTANT WITNESSES
INTERSCHOLASTIC NEWS. 440 rcn:-- IN SOME CELEBRAT
Re4stock, ich., lt; Noreross, ED CASES.
The board of directors of the High Mich., 2nd, Garrels, Mich., 3rd.
School Athletic Association elected as Time 542/ sec.
a track captain Wednesday, Albert 880-yard run:- Hound in dark red cloth, with
Wurster; on March 5th the newly Hall, Mich., 1st; Harpham, Mich, 2d, gilt tops. 8vo, $2.50 net, (post-
elected captain beat the interscholas- Munson, Cornell, 3rd. Time 2 min. age 1_6i..)
tic outdoor mile record of 4:461/, on 2% sec.
an indoor track, making the time in One mile run:-
4 minutes 44 seconds. Schutt, Cornell, 1st; Kellogg, Mich., C. E. BARTHELL
The high school team has been very 2nd; Perry, Mich., 3rd. Time, 4
promising, and will undoubtedly ex- min. 28 sec. LAW & MEDICAL BOOKS
hibit its strength in the coming out- Pole Vault:- No. 326 South State Street
door meets. No indoor meets have Phillips, Cornell, 1st, 10 feet 10 in.;
been held this winter ,but an excel- Read and Withey of Mich., tied for
lent program has been arranged for second, 10 feet 6 inches.
the outdoor meets. The following High Jump:-
schools are included in the schedule: Cairns, Cornell, 1st, 6 feet; Schule,
Detroit Central, Toledo, Albion Inter- and Keller of Mich., tied for 2nd,
scholastic, Michigan Interscholastic, 5 feet 10 inches. Keep your f a Ce
and Saginaw high school. Relay race:-
Though defeated last year in the Michigan, 1st; Cornell, 2nd. f air. Use Williams"
Michigan meet by the Lewis Institute SkavingStic
(of Chicago), and by the D. U. S. Lost-Pair of nose glasses in Wat-
teams, Ann Arbor won the Albion erman gymnasium. Person finding
meet in which 15 schools were enter- same please return to 513 Thompson
ed. or drop postal. 3t

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