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OVER 200 'PREP'
MEN ENTER MEET
More than 260 entries have already
been received for the Michigan Inter-
scholastic meet which is to be held at
Ferry field next Friday and Saturday.
Although yesterday was the final date
for receiving entries, a number of addi-
tional blanks will probably arrive to-
day and tomorrow.
One of the most distant schools ,that
Manager Koontz has heard from is the
high school at Ukiah, Calif. Requests
for entry blanks were received from
them last week, and they are likely to
be represented in the meet if they can
get their team of four men here by
Friday. The entertainment program
for the visitors includes an automobile
ride, the Jeanne d'Arc pageant and the
California-Michigan Glee and Mando-
lin clubs' concert. The annual inter-
scholastic dinner will be held at the
union Saturday evening at which time
the trophies will be awarded iby Man-
agter Koontz.
CLOSING CONCERT SCORES SUC-
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(Continued from page 1.)
in a brilliant style, and displayed the
performer's technical skill as well as
his temperament. The Lemare "Sketch-
es" were very charming impressions,
conjuring up the languid and sultry at-
mospheres of summer. The chimes in
the "Evening" were very effective ii
winning the applause of the audience.
Miss Inez Barbour's voice in the aria,
"Ilear Ye Israel" appeared to lend
itself to much better advantage with
an organ accompaniment for support
than with the orchestra. She sang
with marked expressiveness and was
enthusiastically applauded.Miss Keyes'
interpretation -of Gluck's "She is gone
and gone forever" was so well received
that she was compelled to respond to
an encore, Franco Leoni's, "Birth of
Morn."
MUSIC AND DRAMA
Garrick Theatre.
This week's attraction at the Garrick
theatre, Detroit, will be Maeterlinck's
exquisite fantasy, "The Blue Bird."
Though the story of the boy and girl
who went in search of happiness has
been presented in Detroit twice befory,
it is always sure of a hearty welcon'e
when interpreted by such a cast as the
Schuberts announce for this year.
Chief among the, actresses is Marthaj
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William Farnum
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FARRELL HOST SWAMP ORANGE
IN DUAL MEET
(Continued from page 1.)
ard (M) second, Smith (M) third. Time
10 secs
120 yard high' hurdles-Armstrong
(M) first, Larson (11I) second,*Delling
(S) third. Time 16 sec.
220 yard low hurdles-Smith (M)
first, Delling (S) second, Crumpacker
(M) third. Time 25 2-5 sec.
1: mile run--Ufer (M) first, Plum-
mer (M) second, Barton (S) third.
Time 4 min. 39 sec.
440 yard dash-Rulison (S) first,
Murphy (M) second, Donohue (S)
third. Time 50 4-5 sec.
2 mile run--Sargent (S) first, Fox
(M) second, Haskins (S) third. Time
10 min. 8 3-5 sec.
220 yard dash-Bond (M) and Sew-
ard (M) tied for first, Bowser (S),
third. Time 21 4-5 eec.
880 yard run-Jansen (M) first, Tay-
lor (S) second, Lamey (M) third. Time
1 min. 57 3-5 sec. New,Michigan rec-
ord.
Shot put-Kohler (M) first, Phelps
(M) second, Quail (M) third. Distance
43 ft. 5 1-2 in.
Hammer throw-Kohler (M) first,
White (S) second, Quail (M) third.
Distance 155 ft. 11 in.
High jump-Kortright (S)'first, Wis-
ner (S) second, White (M) third.
Height 5 ft. 6 in.
Broad jump-Brown (M) first, Fer-
ris (M) second, Kingsley (S) third.
Distance 22 ft. 1-2 in.
Pole vault-Cross (M) first, Cook
(M) and Kortright (S) tied for second.
Height 11 ft. 3 in.
One mile relay-Michigan (Bond,
Larson, Brown, Murphy) w.on. Syra-
cuse (Rulison, Pope, Donahue, Mixer).
Time 3 min. 34 2-5 sec.

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VARSITY WIPES FARMER SLATE
PARTLY CLEAN
(Continued from page 1.)
inate himself by nottouching third in
time to score on L. Chilton's fly to Sis-
ler. Frimodig hit, again putting two
i men on bases, but Ferguson fanned
Mogge.
Michigan scored first in the sixth.
Ferguson hit, but was caught- off first.
Sheehy fanned, and then the Varsity
broke loose for two runs. Fuller's er-
ror let Howard on, and he stole, scor-
ing a moment later on McQueen's sin-
gle. The latter stole and was singled
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In the ninth Michigan settled all AB
doubts as to the result of the game by Sheehy cf............5
hammering Dodge for five hits and Howard lb ..........4
four runs. Sisler singled and stole McQueen 2b........5
second and third. Baker struck out, SlerI f.............4
but got on when Bibbins' dropped the Baker ss ............3
third strike, Sisler scoring. f abadie Benton rf ...........2
hit an d stole, as did Hughitt, Baker Isabadie rf ..........2
scoring. Hughitt 3b........4
With Labadie on third and Hughitt 'Baer c ..............4
on second Michigan then worked the Ferguson p ..........4
feature play of the gamegoing through
with a double squeeze. Baer bunted, Totals ...........37
beating out his tap, two runs scoring

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before the Farmer infield recovered.'
Ferguson and Sheehy fanned. Howard
got on, but Baer was out trying to
score from second on McQueen's sin-
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E. Chilton 3b........4 0
Fick ss .............3 0.
Fuller 2b...........2 0
Dodgep...........4 0
L. Chilton if. ....3 0
Frimodig rf........3 0
Mogge cf ............3 0
Bibbins c ...........3 0
Griggs lb ...........3 0

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