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May Take Finals Under Honor System
Prof. E. R. Turner has announced
that a vote will be taken in his class
in English history at the lecture hour
Tuesday to determine whether that
class will take final examination un-
der the honor system. In speaking of
this method, he said: "The honor sys-
tem with few exceptions has worked
well in my class. Of course a few
have fallen but I am sure no more
than would have done so under super-
Fresh to Meet Toledo Tennis Team.
The freshman tennis team will cross
rackets with the representative four
from Central High of Toledo Fri-
day. The visiting team con-
sists of Hohle, McNichal, Johns, and
Campbell, while Switzer, Crawford,
Mack and Thorsch will wield the rack-
ets for the freshmen class.
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Camp, Harvard, tied for first, height 6
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Menoralt Society to Elect Officers.
The Menorah society will elect offi-
cers for next year at 7:30 o'clock to-
night in Newberry hail. This will be
the last meeting of the year. All com-
mittee reports and other business will
be concluded. Plans for next year
will be discussed and a short program
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feet 1-8 inches; Sargent, Michigan,
Moffatt, Harvard, and Simo, Prince-
ton, tied for third, 5 feet 11 1-4 inches.
Broad Jump-Mercer, Pennsylvania,
first, distance 23 feet 3 7-8 inches; Al-
len, California, second, 22 feet 10 1-2
inches; Whitney, Cornell, third, 22 feet
9 inches; Thomson, Syracuse, fourth,
21 feet 11 1-2 inches.
Pole Vault-Won by Fiske, Prince-
ton, height 12 feet 8 inches; Wagoner,
Yale, and Wright, Dartmouth, tied for
second, 12 feet 4 inches; Camp, Hiar-
vard, and Van Kennen, Cornell, tied
for fourth, 12 feet.
100 Yard Dash-Won by Patterson,
Pennsylvania; Reller, Cornell, second;
Lippincott, Pennsylvania, third; Bond,
Michigan, fourth. Time 9 4-5 seconds
(Ties Intercollegiate record.)
220 Yard Dash-Won by Lippincott,
Pennsylvania; Seward, Michigan, sec-
ond; Bond, Michigan, third; Patterson,
Pennsylvania, fourth. Time 21 1-5 sec-
onds. (Ties World,'s amateur record.)
440 Yard Dash-Won by Haff, Michi-
gan; Cozzens, Cornell, second; Barron,
Harvard, third; Jansen, Michigan,
fourth. Time 48 2-5 seconds.
880 Yard Run-Won by Brown,Yale;
Jones, Cornell, second; Capper, liar.
yard, third; Marceau, Dartmouth,
fourth. Time 1:54 1-5 seconds.
Mile Run-Won by Jones, Cornell;
Taber, Brown, second; lannon, Dart-
mouth, third; Maderia, Pennsylvania,
fourth. Time 4 minutes 14 2-5 sec-
onds. (New World's record.)
Two Mile Run-Won by McCurdy,
Pennsylvania; Smith, Michigan, sec-
ond; Boyd, Harvard, third; Keyser,
Penn State, fourth. Time 9 minutes
45 3-5 seconds.
120 Yard High Hurdles-Won by
Wendell, Wesleyan; Jackson, Harvard,
second; Cummings, Harvard, third;
Potter, Yale, only other starter, dis-
qualified. Time 15 3-5 seconds.
220 Yard Low Hurdles-Won by
Wendell, Wesleyan; Potter, Yale, sec-
ond; Braun, Dartmouth, third; Brady,
Columbia, fourth. Time 23 3-5 sec-
onds. (Equals World's amateur rec-
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