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HAS LARGE SALE, NEARLY EQUAL-
ING ENTIRE NUMBER SOLD
LAST YEAR.
That the 1913 Michiganensian is be-
ing appreciated by the campus is well
shown by the two days' sale of the
year books which nearly equals the
entire number sold last year. The
books did not go on sale until nearly
noon Friday and 330 books were dis-
posed of in the first 20 minutes. The
buying continued brisk throughout the
day, as well as at night when many
copies were sold at the State street
tent by the light of a gasoline torch.
A large number was also disposed
of yesterday and Business Manager
Carl Schoeffel declared last night that
if the sale continues tomorrow as it
has today, the entire edition will be
disposed of by tomorrow night.-
The books will remain on sale at
the two tents on the campus until to-
morrow night, when the tents will be
removed and the sale transferred to
the State street stores.

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ond; Willmarth (Lake View, Chicago)
and Painter (Lewis Inst.) tied for
third. Time 2 minutes, 2 1-5 seconds.
220 yard dash, semi-final:
First heat: Vail (Toledo) first; Von
Thorn (Oak Harbor) second; Walker
(Evanston) third. Time 22 2-5 seconds.
Second heat: Koch (Evanston) first;
Carter (Chicago high) second; Zoel-
lin (Lewis Inst.) third. Time 22 2-5
seconds.
220 yard low hurdles, semi-final:
First heat: Cory (Chicago high)
first; Gordon (Lansing) second. Time
26 1-5 seconds.
Second heat: Corbin (Alpena)first;
Williams (Evanston) second. Time
26 2-5 seconds.
220 yard dash (final) Vail (Toledo)
first; Carter (Chicago high) and Wal-
ker (Evanston) tied for second; Koch
(Evanston) fourth. Time 22 seconds.
One mile run: MacKay (West
Branch) first; Sheldon (West Branch)
second; Cole (Lewis Inst.) third; Shir-
ley (Toledo) fourth. Time 4 minutes
42 4-5 seconds.
220 yards low hurdles (final) Cory
(Chicago high) first; Corbin (Alpena)
second; Williams (Evanston) third;
Gordon (Lansing) fourth. Time 24
2-5 seconds. Establishes new world's
interscholastic record.
Half mile relay (final) Chicago high,
first; Evanston, second; Alpena, third.
Time 1 minute 33 1-5 second. Estab-.
lishes new Michigan interscholastic
record.
VARSITY MEET WON BY FRESH
TRACK STARS.
(Continued from page 1.)
One mile run: Fox '16, first; Smith
'13, second; Young '14, third. Time-
4 minutes, 36 seconds.
440 yard dash:- Haff '13, first; Jan-
sen '14, second; Gore '16, third. Time
48 3-5 seconds. (Establishes new Fer-
ry field record.)
Two mile run: Lynch '16, first;
Young, '14, second; Lambert, '16,third.
Time-10 minutes, 17 seconds.
220 yard low hurdles: C. B. Smith
'16, first; Klopfer, '16, second; Arm-
strong '16, third. Time-26 3-5 sec-
onds.
880 yard run: Brown '14, first;
Lamey '14, second; Fox '16, third.
Time-1 minute, 58 2-5 seconds.
Shot put: Kohler '14, first with 43

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U HIGH TEAM EASILY TAKES
ANNUAL MEET.
(Continued from page 1.)
had easily the best balanced team
though Lewis Institute had men in ev-
ery event who generally placed.
Grand Rapids amassed all their points
in the field events Friday and might
have done better had they a little bet-
ter track material.
The meet itself was handled in ex-
cellent shape and was devoid of the
usual tedious waits and wrangling
that mars so many meets. The sports-
manship of the contestants was ex-
cellent and the Michigan schools were
warm in their congratulations to their
successful Illinois rivals. The cups
and medals were all distributed at the
dinner at the Union last night and the
men who responded to toasts were
warm in their praise of Michigan hos-
pitality.
The final results are:
Semi-finals, 100 yards dash:
First heat: Carter (Chicago high)
firt; Vail (Toledo) second; Zoellin
(Lewis Inst.) third. Time-10 2-5 sec.
Second heat: Van Thorn (Oak Har-
bor) first; Young (Chicago high)sec-
ond; Walker (Evanston) third. Time
10 2-5 seconds.
Semi-finals, 120 yards high hurdles:
First heat: Wyatt (Detroit Eastern)
first; Vigonier (Univ. high, Chicago)
second. Time 17 seconds.
Second heat: Corbin (Alpena) first;
Donoho (Lewis Inst.), second. Time
16 4-5 seconds.
440 yard dash (final): O'Meara
(Evanston) won; Shiverick (Chicago
high) second; Armbruster(Lake View)
third; Shank (Toledo) fourth.. Time
51 4-5 seconds. Establishes new Mich-
igan Interscholastic record.
100 yard dash (finals) Von Thorn
(Oak Harbor)) won; Walker (Evans-
ton) second; t Young (Chicago high)
third; Carter (Chicago high) fourth.
Time 10 seconds. Ties Michigan In-
terscholastic record.
120 yards high hurdles (finals) Cor-
bin (Alpena) won; Donoho (Lewis
Inst.) second; Wyatt (Detroit East-
ern) third; Zoellin (Lewis Inst.)
fourth. Time 16 2-5 seconds.
880 yards run (final) Sheldon (West
Branch) first; Schonfeldt (Toledo)sec-

Juniors-49 1-3; Seniors-24; Sopho-
mores--2 1-3.
NOTED SOCIAL WORKERS MT ' IN'
CONFERENCE.
(Continued from page 1.)
Butzel, of Detroit, J. B. Montgomery,
superintendent at Coldwater and Dr.
J. M. Mclndee, superintendent of Ford
Republic. All will speak on subjects
pertaining to children., '

t1 o. BOOKiS ANI) I1. W. ItULLER

ternoon resulted in a tie vote between
Spencer Scott and Earl V. Rice and
another election was held yesterday
morning and Spencer Scott was chosen
for the office.
Row land W. Fixel, '12-'14L, was
elected president of the oratorical as-
sociation for next'year at the annual
election yesterday morning The other
officers chosen were: L. H. Dunten,
'14, vice-president;,'J. L. Primrose, '13,
secretary; and M. C. Ttate, '16, treas-
urer.
ALL.┬░FREH TE ] DEFEATS
i AVK ET WEE LDElRS OF TIOLE 1)4
By a score of five points to one the
all-fresh tennis team defeated the
racket wielders of Toledo Central yes-
terday afternoon. The only point won
by the visitors was one match in sin-
gles. A return match will be played
at Toledo June 7.

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39 ft. 1 1-4 in.
37 ft. 3 in.
Pole Vault:
ft. Daskam,
for second at
High Jump:
5 ft. 11 1-2 in.
5 ft. 5 1-2 in.
5 ft. 4 1-2 in.

POLL Mos TES rr.4 IN-ELEC t'O,

A recount of the votes cast in the
fresh law election held Thursday,
shows that John S. Books polled the
greatest number of votes with Harry
Muller a close second. As there seems
to be some uncertainty as to how many
representatives the class is allowed,'
the council will decide the matter at
the regular meeting Tuesday.
The election of a councilman to rep-
resent the junior pharmics Friday af-

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Broad Jump: C. B. Smith '16, first
with 22 ft. 3-4 in. Begeman '16, sec-
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third with 21 ft. 4 1-2 in.
Hammer Throw: Kohler '14, first
with 143 ft. 9 in. Smith '13, second
with 136 ft. 6 in. De Gowin '14, third
with 118 ft. 7 in.
Discus: Smith '13, first with 129
ft. 8 1-2 in. Kohler '14, second with
126 ft. 4 in. Cochran '16, third with
86 ft. 4 in.
Final score: Freshman-50 .1-3;
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