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REGENTS CLAIM RESOLUTIONS
FAVOR ENTERING CONFERENCE
(Continued from page 1.)
igan's dignity," said Shartel. "It is
idle to talk of home rule when a hand-
ful of Detroit alumni can thus defeat
the combined desire of our alumni, fac-
ulty and students, in favor of return to
the Conference.
"As to our dignity, if we ever had
any, it has long ago been torn to tat-
ters by humiliations which we have
received in the East."
Morton R. Hunter, '13E, member of
the board of control of athletics, de-
clared when seen last evening that the
resolutions in questiton would evident-
ly be of no avail.
"It would seem," affirmed Hunter,
"that the anti-conference advocates,
while absolutely overwhelmed in num-
bers, nevertheless have the advantage
of a superior position from which to
fight. Naturally the student agitation
is spasmodic. No sooner does a stu-
dent get an insight into the matter,
than he is graduated, whereas the anti-
conference are replaced from year to
year, thus having the advantage of ex-
perience and unlimitd tenure.
Says Returi iseFar Away.
"Home rule, I believe, is the essence
of the resolutions published by the
regents," said Karl Matthews, '13L,
member of the board of control. "It is
certain that this feature of the argu-
ment will never meet with the approv-
al of the Conference men,however, so
return would seem to be just as far
away as ever."
John Coolidge, '13, another student
member of the athletic board of con-
trol, gave his opinion that autonomy
of administration is the key-note of
the mooted resolutions. "Home rule
seems to be the condition precedent to
Conference return, if the action of the
regents is the ground for final consid-
eration of the subject," said Coolidge
last night.
NINE 'WOLVERINE ATHLETES
QUALIFY IN PRELIMINARIES
(Continued from page 2.)
2-5 seconds.
,Fourth heat: Lipipncott (Penn)
first; Martin (Dartmouth) second
Time 22 1-5 seconds.
Fifth heat: Patterson (Penn) first;
Martin (Dartmouth) second. Time
22 1-5 seconds.
Sixth heat: Bond (Michigan) first;
Mercer (Penn) second. Time 22 2-5 sec.
440 yard dash, trial heats:
First heat: Haff (Michigan) first;
Martone (F. & M.) second; Todd (Cal-
ifornia) third. Time 50 4-5 sec.
Second heat: Jansen (Michigan)
first; Balton (Mass. Ins. ech.) sec-
ond; Barron (Harvard) third. Time
50 3-5 sec.
Third heat: Wilkie (Yale) first;
Cozzens (Cornell) second; Rockford
(Harvard) third. Time 50 2-5 sec.
Half mile run, trials:
First' heat: Jones (Cornell) first;
Harmon (Dartmouth) second; Scottn
(Yale) third. Time 1 min. 55 4-5 sec.
Second' heat: Brown (Yale) first;
Snyder (Cornell)rsecond;lGranger
(Dartmouth) third. Time 1 min.57
2-5 sec.
Third heat: Marceau (Dartmouth)
first; Baucher (Yale) second; Capper
(Harvard) third. Time 1 min. 57 2-5.
120 yard hurdles, trial heats:
First heat: Whitneye(Cornell) first;
Beeson (California) second. Time 16
sec.

"Positive Ventilation,"

Also fine Panamas.

Beeson (California) second. Time 25
2-5 seconds.
Second heat: Brady (Columbia)
first; Martin (Yale) second. Time
25 3-5 seconds.
-Third heat: Craig (Michigan) first;
McDonald (Columbia) second. Time
26 2-5 seconds.
Fourth heat: Phillips (Cornell)
first; Brun (Dartmouth) second. Time
25 2-5 seconds.
Fifth heat: Wendell (Wesleyan)
first; Ferguson (Penn) second. Time
25 2-5 seconds.
Sixth heat: Potter (Yale) first;Cum-
mings (Harvard) second. Time 24 4-5
seconds.
!Second men, firsts to qualify for fin-
als:
Firstt heat: McDonald (Columbia)
first. Time 27 sec.
Secondheat:sBrun Dartmouth)first;
time 30 seconds.
Shot put: Whitney (Dartmouth)
first; distance 46 feet 4 inches; Kanz-
ler (Cornell) second, distances 45 feet
34 inches; Beatty (Columbia) third,
distance 44 feet 10 3-4 inches; Kohler
(Michigan) fourth, distance 44 feet 6
inches; Bartlett (Brown) fifth, dis-
tance 42 feet 9 7-8 inches.
Running broad jump: Mercer(Penn)
first, distance 23 feet 1 inch; Fallen
(Calif.) second, distance 22 feet 10 1-2
inches; Whinnery (Cornell) third, dis-
tance 22 feet 2 1-4 inches; Thompson
(Syracuse) fourth, distance 21 feet 11
1-2 inches; Hammer (enn) fifth, dis-
tance 21 feet 8 7-8 inches.
Hammer throw: Cable (Harvard)
first, distance 156 feet; Chaffee (Col-
gate) second, distance 149,feet 8 inch-
es; Englehorn (Dartmouth) third, dis-
tance 149 feet 3 3-8 inches; Shattuck
(Calif.) fourth, distance 148 feet 2 3-8
inches; Kohler (Michigan) fifth, dis-
tance 145 feet 1-8 iiches; Street (Syr-
acuse) sixth, distance 142 feet 1 1-2
inches; Coolidge (Calif.) seventh, dis-
ance 141 feet 8 1-2 inches; Murphy
(Penn) eighth, distance 140 feet 6
inches.
First men qualified but a protest has
been entered against Chaffee and will
be decided later by the Judges.
Pole vault.
The following qualified at 12 feet:
Wagoner (Yale); Wright (Dart-
mouth); Camp (Harvard); Van Ken-
nen (Cornell); Piske (Princeton).
Running high jump.
The following four men qualified for
the finals with a jump of five feet, ten
inches:,
Moffatt (Harvard); Benson (Calif.);
Simons (Princeton); Camp (Harvard).
Sargent of Michigan and Douglas of
Yale was tied at five feet nine inches
in the jump off, they tied again, and
at five foot ten and also at five foot
eleven inches Sargent finally winning
out and qualified for the finals with a
jump of five feet eleven and 7-8 inch-
es.
To Speak on German City Planning.
Dr. Werner Hegemann, secretary of
the Committee for Architectural De-
velopment of Greater Berlin, will lec-
ture on "Town and City Planning in
Germany" at the high-school audito-
rium Monday evening at 8:00 o'clock.
The lecture is held under the auspices
of the Ann Arbor Civic association.
ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
LOST
Lost-In Memorial hall May 28th, a
topaz ring, chased gold setting. Find-
er please call 1358-J or leave at Dai-
ly office. 173-74
Lost-Raincoat with silver case in
pocket Wednesday. Return to 627 S.
Thayer or call 998-J. 174

Lost-Between the Sorosis and 715 S.
12th St. part of a brooch set with ru-
bies. Reward if returned to 715 S
12th St. 174

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Second heat: Wendell (Wesleyan)
first; Dewey (Williams) second. Time
16 3-5 sec.
Third heat: Griffith (Penn) first;
Cummings (Harvard) second. Time
16 1-5 sec.
Fourth heat: Jackson (Harvard)
first; Brown (Dartmouth) second.
Time 16 1-5 sec.
Fifth heat: Potter (Yale) first;
Dowdy (Dartmouth) second. Time 16
seconds.
Sixth heat: Adams (Syracuse) first;
Huff (Mass. Ins. Tech.) second. Time
16 2-5 seconds.
Second men, firsts to qualify for fin-
als:
First heat: Beeson (California) first.
Time 16 2-5 sec.
Second heat: Cummings (Harvard)
first. Time 16 2-5 sec.
220 yard low hurdles, trial heats:
First heat: Jackson (Harvard)first;

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RESTAURANT
331 South Main St.
Regular Dinner 25c
Lunches. Home-made Pies.
Chicken Dinner every Sunday.
CAMPUS CAFE
Why not board at a real Boarding
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Meals like those at home.
Come to 911 N. University and be
convinced.

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Wanted-Rooms for light house keep-
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THIS IS CLOTHES BVYING TIME FOR MEN
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ireds of the Best Straw Hats. First showing Saturday. Panamas, $5.00; Milans, $3.00; Split Straws, $1.50 to $4.00. Soft Straws, $1.00 to $3.00.
Agents for the Knox Straw Hats, Prices from $3.00 to $5.00,
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