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feet 5-8 inches, setting a new Mich-
igan Interscholastic mark and also
for Ferry field.
Putting 12 Pound Shot--Won by Ed-
wards, Ann Arbor, distance 44 feet
11 3-4 inches; Blacklock,Grand Rap-
ids Central, second, distance 44 feet
11 1-4 inches; K. Huntington, New
Trier High, Kenilworth, Ill., third,
distance 43 feet 8 3-4 inches; Smith,
Bay City, fourth, distance 42 feet 9
Discus Throw-Won by Misner, Mus-
kegon, distance 114 feet 9 inches;
Wedemeyer, Chelsea, second, dis-
tance 102 feet 1 1-4 inches; Harris,
Adrian, third, distance 100 feet 6
inches; Smith, Bay City, fourth, dis-
tance 99 feet 1 1-2 inches.
Throwing 12 Pound Hammer-Won by
Kimball, Muskegon, distance 131 feet
5 inches; Reid, Wayne, second, dis-
tance 124 feet 4 inches; Blacklock,
Grand Rapids Central, third, dis-
tance 121 feet 10 inches; Wedemeyer,
Chelsea, fourth, distance 121 feet.
High Jump-Sears, Lewis Institute,
Chicago, and Beatty, Grand Rapids
Central, tied for first, height 5 feet
7 inches; K. Huntington, New Trier
High, Kenilworth, Ill., third, height
5 feet 5 inches; Armstrong, Muske-
gon fourth, height 5 feet 4 inches.
Broad Jump-Won by Burgess, Rich-
mond, distance 20 feet 11 5-8 inches;
Field, Lewis Institute, Chicago, sec-
ond, distance 20 feet 11 3-8 inches;
Leslie, Croswell, third, distance 20
feet 11 1-4 inches; Donoho, Lewis
Institute, Chicago, fourth, distance
19 feet 10 3-4 inches.
Preliminaries in the Track Events.
Trial heats, 100-yard dash:
First heat: Carter (University High
of Chicago) first; Beatty (Grand Rap-
ids) second. Time-10:1.
Second heat: Henry (Detroit East-
ern) first; Perkins (Bay City) second.
Third heat: Zoellin (Lewis Insti-
tute) first; Gregg (Detroit Eastern)
second. Time-10 3.
Fourth heat: Young (University
High of Chicago) first; Van Thorn
(Oak Harbor) second. Time--10 :2.
Fifth heat: Vail, (Toledo) first;
Walker (Evanston) second. Time 10:2.
Sixth heat: Comstock (Alpena)first;
Healy (Lansing) second. Tm -10 :3.
Trial heats 120-yard high hurdles:
First heat: Corbin (Alpena) first;
Wyatt (Detroit Eastern) second. Time
Second heat: Vigneron (University
High of Chicago) first; Blacklock
(Grand Rapids) second. Time-18.
Trial heats, 440 yards dash.
first; Zoellin (University High of Chi-
cago) second. Time-17:1.
Trial heat, 440 yards dash:
First heat: Shiverick (University
High of Chicago) first; O'Mearae (Ev-
anston) second; Shank (Toledo) third.
Second heat: Beatty(Evanston)first;
Armbruster (Lake View, Chicago) sec-
ond; McCloy (Bay City) third. Time
Second heat: Sheldon(West Branch)
first; Shirley (Toledo) second; paint-
er (Lewis Institute, Chicago) third.
Third heat: Willmarth (Lake View,
Chicago) first; Mueller (Lewis Insti-
tute, Chicago) second; Seeley (Sagi-
naw Eastern) third. Time-2:07.
Trial heats, half mile relay.
First heat: Evanston, first; Toledo,
second. Time-1:35 1-5.
Second heat: University High, Chi-
cajo, first; Alpena, second. Time--
RAIN AGAIN HOLDS
UP BASEBALL TEAM
WEST PHILADELPHIA, May 23.-
Michigan's Varsity baseball team did
not journey to Lehigh today, as the
Lehigh management called the game
off. Rain and wet grounds were giv-
en as the reason for the canceling of
the Michigan-Lehigh battle.
The Wolverines are stopping at the
NOrmandie, and after two days of rest
occasioned by the raining off of the
Princeton game and the canceling of
the Lehigh contest feel in fine trim
for the battle with Penn. Sisler will
probably do the hurling for Michigan
while the Quakers are relying on Im-
lay their star box artist.
Today the Michigan players were
the guests of the Philadelphia Nat-
ionals at the Philadelphia-Cincinnati
CLASS TE AMS PLAY TIE GA3IE.
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ag and smelled Trial heats, 220 yard dash:
First heat: Van Thorn (Oak Har-
NCE inside? bor) first; Gregg (D. U. S.) second;
Comstock (Alpena) third. Time-22:4.
Second heat: IKoch (Evanston) first;
Carter (University High of Chicago)
STI NG-LY COOD second; Kahnbach (Chelsea) third.
Time- 24 fiat.
Third heat: Vail (Toledo) first;
Walker (Evanston) second; Zoellin
(Lewis Institute, Chicago) third. Time
E AND CIGARETTE Fourth heat: Flucherer (Toledo)
first; Young (University High of Chi-
cent years and the final result will be cago) second; Herrick (Ann Arbor)
in doubt until the relay, which is the third. Time-22:4.
last event. Coupon tickets will admit Trial heats, 220-yard low hurdles:
to both meets today and a record break- First heat: Larkins (Lewis Institute)
first; Corbin (Alpena) second. Time-
ing crowd is expected this afternoon. 28:1.
Yesterday's summaries are: Second heat: Cory (University High
Finals in the Field Events. of Chicago) first; Misner (Muskegon)
Pole Vault-Won by Foss, University second. Time-26:1.
High, Chicago, height 11 ft. 3 inches; Third heat: Williams (Evanston)
Sears, Lewis Institute, Chicago, sec- first; Gordon (Lansing) and Hudson
ond, height 11 feet; Hole, Universi- (Grand Rapids) tied for second. Time
ty High, Chicago, third, height 10 -27:4.
feet 9 inches; Reich, Detroit East- Fourth heat: Vigneron (University
ern, fourth, height 10 feet 6 inches. High of Chicago) first; Perkins (Bay
Foss tied the Interscholastic field City) second. Time-28:1.
record made by Horner when com- Trial heats, 880 yard run:
peting for Grand Rapids Central. In first; Shirley (Toledo) second, Paint-
trials for height after he had wonthe C. Straub (Adrian) second; MacKay
event, Foss cleared the bar at 12 (West Branch) third. Time-2:04 4-5.
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the state on the track. Toi
a winer is a hopeless task but
dope seems to point to one of the
ago schools if their men can re-
and judging by the number quali-
Von Thorn, a one man team from
Harbor may amass more points
i several big teams if the little fel-
follows up today.
>day's events will be the final and
-finals in all the track events and
start at 2:30 sharp. The compe-
n1 in all the dashes and distance
can be safely said to be the sharp-
.n any Interscholastic meet of re-,
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ALL SEATS :: :: 10c.
Totals .......5 6 7 27 9 2
Summaries: Two base hits-Lehr;
three base hits-Lehr, Haddon; sacri-
fice hits-Collette, Wilson; stolen bas-
es-McCoy, Caswell; first base on balls
-off Spencer 4, off Haddon 2; hit by
pitched ball-McCoy 2, Spencer; struck
out-by Spencer 12, by Haddon 11;
passed balls-Shepard; time-2:25;
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