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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Entered as second-class matter at the Ann
Arbor Post Office.
Published daily (Monday exceptedl during the
college year, at 17 E. Washingn street,
(basement floor, side entrance) Phone 552-Sr
MANAGING EDITOR :
S. EMORY THOMASON
BUSINESS MANAGER :
ROSCOE B. HUSTON
EDITORS:
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News,- -- - - J. S. BALEYT
ASSOCIATES:
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Office Hours:-12:30 to1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30
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UNIO LAEL
CALENDAR.
June 3-Friday, 3 p. m. Recital and
musicale at Memorial Christian
church. Auspices of Y. P. S. C. E.
D. U. S. WINS MEET.
(Continued from page 1.)
7 in. 3rd, Durfee, Wayne, 39 ft. 4%
in. 4th, Arthur, D. U. S., 38 ft. 7 in.
Discus Throw-
1st, Evvard, Pontiac, Ill., 104 ft. 10-
2 in. 2nd, Shenk, Chelsea, 93 ft. 9
in. 3rd, Arthur, D. U. S., 90 ft. 7 in.
4th, Hogensen, Lewis Institute, 89 ft.
9/ in.
Hammer Throw-
1st, Evvard, Pontiac, Ill., 167 ft. 8
in. 2nd, Durfee, Wayne, 135 ft. 2 in.
3rd, Cole, Cedar Springs. 119 ft. 9 in.
4th, Hogensen, Lewis Institute, 111
ft. 11 in.
High Jump-
1st, Patterson, D. U. S., 5 ft 8 in.
2nd, G. Lawton, Detroit Central and
Thatcher, Lewis Institute, tied at 5
ft. 7 in. 4th, Dayton, Kalamazoo, 5
ft. 6 in.
Broad Jump-
1st, French, Lewis Institute, 22 ft.
4% in. 2nd, Hogensen, Lewis Insti-
tute, 21 ft. 3% in. 3rd, Torrent, Mus-
kegon, 20 ft. % in. 4th, Frazer, Sag-
inaw, 19 ft. 11 3/ in,
Pole Vault-
lst, Wilkins, Lewis Institute, 11 ft.
2nd, Raper, Battle Creek, 10 ft. 9 in,
3rd, Richards, Ann Arbor, and Wien-
engo, Muskegon, tied for 3rd place
at 9 ft. 6 in.
Football Contest-
1st, Wernecken, D. U. S., 2nd, Rich-
ards, Ann Arbor, 3rd, Pingree, D. U.
S., 4th, Krupp, Saginaw.
Half Mile Relay Race-
First Trial Heat:
D. U. S. 1st. Saginaw, 2nd, Grand

Rapids, 3rd. Time 1 min. 37% sec.
Second Trial Heat.
Lewis Institute lst. Detroit Central
2nd. Ann Arbor; 3rd. Time 1 min.
39 sec.
Afternoon Evets.
220 Tard High Hurdles-
1st, Smith, Detroit Central. 2nd,
Patterson, D. U. S. 3rd, Shaw, De-
troit Central, 4th, Hurlburt, Oak Park.
Time, 16% sec.
100 Yard Dash-
lst, Hogensen, Lewis Institute. 2nd,
Shenk, Chelsea. 3rd, Post, D. U. S.,
4th, Gilbert, Saginaw. Time, 120%
sec.
220 Yard Low Hurdles-
1st, Smith, Detroit Central. 2nd,
Shaw, Detroit Central. 3rd, Richards,
Ann Arbor. 4th, Crane, Saginaw.
Time, 27 Ye see.
220 Yard Dash-
1st, Hogensen, Lewis Institute. 2nd,
Harvey, Lewis Institute. 3rd, Shenk.
Chelsea. 4th, Candler, D. U. S. Time,
23 sec.
440 Yard Run-
1st, Sparling, D. U. S. 2nd, Keays
Ann Arbor. 3rd, Wykes, Grand Rap-
ids. 4th, Torrent, Muskegon. Time,
55 sec.
880 Yard Run-
lst, Shipley, Oak Park. 2nd, Wil-
liams, D. U. S., 3rd, Morse, Ann Ar-
bor. 4th, Bockstahler, Detroit West-
eru, Time, 2.08%se.
One Mile Run-
lst, Rose, Oak Park. 2nd, Behrens,
Glrand Kapids, 3rd, Williamo, D. U. S.
4th, Wurter, Ann Arbor. Time 4
mm. 48 sec.
Two Mile Run-
1st, Rowe, Battle Creek. 2nd, Ben
Oliel, Ann Arbor. 3rd, Page, Lewis
Institute. 4th, Spangler, Saginaw.
Time 10 min. 29 sec.
Half Mile Relay Race-
1st, D. U. S. (Kaywood, Candler, Post,
Sparling). 2nd, Lewis Institute (Gra-
ham, Harvey, French, Hogensen).
3rd,tDetroit Central (Marr, Farns-
worth, Howard, Widman. 4th, Sagi-
naw (Fraser, Crane, Barnard, Gilbert)
Time 2 mn. 35% Sec.
The Score.
D. U. S. ....................36
Lewis Institute .............35/
Detroit Central.............19
Ann Arbor..................16%
Pontiac, Ill..................15
Oak Park ..................11
Grand Rapids...............10
Chelsea.................
Battle Creek .............
Saginaw................... 6
Muskegon ................5/
Cedar Springs............
W ayne ..................... 5
Kalamazoo...-............. 1
Detroit Western ............ 1
ADELPHI ELECTS OFFICERS.
At the regular meeting of the Adel-
phi literary society held last evening,
the following officers were elected:
President-E. Schmitz.
Vice-President-J. McCandles.
Secretary-C. Garman.
Treasurer-F. A. Dehl.
Member of Executive Board-M.
Rodi.
Dr. Angell presented to each mem-
ber of the D. A. R. a most beautiful
memorial of his wife, Sarah Caswell
Angell. This memorial took the form
of a pamphlet, artistically printed;
containing a picture of Mrs. Angell
and-the resolutions recently passed by
the local chapter of the D. A. R.

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