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SCHOLASTIC MEET
LISTS ANNOUNCED

Varsity Track Ten to Officiate
Meet; 135 Athletes
Entered

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Two more men were entered in the
interscholastic meet at the last mo-
ment, one by Battle Creek and one by
Detroit lastern, bringing the total for
the meet to 135.
Members of the Varsitytrack and
xfield squad will act as the officials
of the meet, each man taking charge
of his own events, as was done in the
interclass meet, May 10.
Complete Entry List
100-yard dash-Grand Rapids Cen-
tral-Bacon, Beukema, Scott, Blossom,a
Hulswit; .Grand Rapids Union-Min-
i del; Grand Rapids South-Siemons;
Battle Creek--Sweet; Detroit Central
-Rossoff, McCallum, Jones; Detroit
Northwestern -Day, Walters, Bau-
man; Detroit Eastern - Newhall,
Whittman, Marshall; Champaign, Ill.
-Major; Archbold-Ruff; Armada-
Torrey, Green; Cass City-Gowen,
Dodge; Grand Rapids Catholic Central
-Shannahan, Friar, Norman; Kalam-
azoo Central-Platt.
220-yard dash-Grand Rapids Cen-
tral-Bacon, Beukema, Scott, Blossom,
Yeakey Hulswit; Grand Rapids Union
-Tuffs; Grand Rapids South-Sie-
mons, David; Battle Creek-Sweet,
.,Conway; Hyde Park, Ill.-Franken-
stein, Heshin, Reimer; Detroit Cen-
tral - Rosse, McCallum, Jones; De-
troit Northwestern- Day, Walters,
Blauman, Thomas; Detroit Eastern-
Newhall, Whittman, Marshall; Arch-
bald, 0. - Ruff; Armada - Torrey,
Green; Cass City--Gowen, Dodge;
Grand Rapids Catholic Central-Shan-
nahan, Murphy, Norman; Kalamazoo
Central-Platt.
Large Field for Runs
440-yard dash-Grand Rapids Cen-
tral-Hulswit, Scott, Beukema, Bis-
som, Yeakey,Olds, Gibson; Grand Rap-
ids South--Stemons, De Ruiters, Dav-
id, Kreger; Battle Creek -- Green,

tral-Tomphruy, Schilk'ovski, Harris;
Detroit Northwestern-Thomas, Walt-
ers,. Simpson; Detroit Eastern-Yoe,
Sorter; Champaign, Ill.-Frakes, Wat-
chorn; Archibald, O.-Ruff, Grime;
Armada-Green; El Paso, Ill.--Aubrey;
Cass City - Gowen; 'Grand Rapids
Catholic/)Central-Friar, Murphy, Nor-
man.
880-yard run--Grand Rapids Cen-
tral-Wellin, Gibson, Yeakey, Scott,
Nott, Kalmbach; Grand Rapids South-
David; Battle Creek-Weeks, Green;
Hyde Park, Il -Carter, Stumpe, Sim-
mnons; D~etroit Central-Cooper, Hiar-
ris, Kozlow; Detroit Northwestern-
Russell, Springstein, Theilman, Davis;
Detroit Eastern-Chapman, Rhein,
Wenslaff; Champaign, Ill.-Bell; Ar-
mada-Green; El Paso-Aubrey; Cass
City-Colwell, Sevelance, Hutchinson;
Grand Rapids Catholic Central -
Grant, Murphy, Norman.
Mile run-Grand Rapids Central-
Nott, Gibson, Kaimback, Wellin; Grand
Rapids South-Hodges; Battle Creek.
-Kolb, Gilbert; Hyde Park, Ill. -
Stumpe, Long, Boggs; Detroit Central
--Cooper, Kanter, Koslow; Detroit
Northwestern - Davis, Zellman,
Springstein, Warner; Detroit Eastern
- Wenslaff; Champaign, Ill.-. Bell;
Cass City-Colwell, Sevelance,;Hutch-
inson; Grand Rapids Catholic Central
-Friar, Grant, Jennings; Kalamazoo
Central-Carr.

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El Paso, I11.-Seaton; Grand Rapids
Catholic Central-ShannAhan, Friar,
Quinn; Kalamazoo Central-Squires,
B. Miller.
High jump--GrandsRapids Central
--Olds; Grand Rapids Union-Tuffs,
Hill; Battle Creek-Sweet: Hyde
Park, Ill.-Mathias. Ruttenhouse, Sol-
litt; Detroit Central-Hopkins; De-
troit Northwestern-Snider, Woodlock,
Thomas; Detroit Eastern-Turnbull,
Neidsch; Champaign, Il.-Myers, Maj-
or; Archbold, O.--Grime; Armada-
Torrey; Cass City - Benkleman,
Brooker; Grand Rapids Catholic Cen-
tral-Friar; Kalamazoo Central -
Squires, Platt; Celar Springs-Annis.
Broad Jump Gets 31
Broad jump-Grand Rapids Central
-Olds; Grand Rapids Union- Hill,
Mindel; Grand Rapids South-Snider;
Hyde Park, Ill. - Wallace, Mathias,
Ruttenhouse; Detroit Central-Hop-
kins, Huebner, MacCullum; Detroit

All. men not on Varsity ath-
letic teams that have outfits in
lockers at the Ferry field club
house must have them out by
tonight. This is very important
as the space is desired for the
highrschool men entered in the
interscholastic meet.
By order of
COACH STEVE FARRELL.

CINDER MEN SET
FOR NOTRE -DAME
Coach Farrell put his tracksters
through a final workout Wednesday
afternoon, today being the customary
day of rest preparatory to the Notre
Dame meet Friday.
Trials were run for therrelay team
and the quartet that will run against
the South Bend outfit is Butler, Mes§-
ner, Schofield and Petty. Meese can
be used in this event but it is plan-
ned now to enter him only in the 220
yard dash.
Wolverine Victory Expected
The half milers were given a fast
60 yards and the rest of the squad
had similar moderate work.
Michigan is not counting on having
any serious trouble with Catholics, al-
though they are strong in several
events.
Hayes, the Notre Dame sprinter,
beat Johnsoin in the 100 yard dash at
the Drake relays and Carl is out for
blood in this event Friday. Hayes will
probably take the 220 yard dash, as
he has done better than any Michigan
man so far .this year.
Mulligan is also a fast man in the
dashes and will give Cook and Losch
some first class competition.
Relay on Program
There will be no hammer throw in
the meet, because Gilfallen, Notre
Dames only man capable of compet-
ing in this event, developed a bad
knee and has been out of the running
for over a month.
Meehan is conceded to be the fast-
est half miler in the conference but
Burkholder will give him a good race.
The coach is planning to take about
18 or 19 men to South Bend, includ-
ing those who have been most faith-
ful in the workouts.
Notre Dame overwhelmed M. A. C.
last Saturday to the tune of 91 to 40,
but the time was slower in practi-
cally every event than in the Chicago-
Michigan meet. The mile run was
several seconds faster than McCosh
ran it here, but Bouma is improving
and can be considered in the same
class with the Notre Dame man.;
The Catholic pole vaulter cleared 12
feet and will give Cross a good run
for first place. Cross did 12 feet last
year but has not been showing his us-
ual form lately and it is hoped that
he will be up to his regular perform-
ance Friday.
(Additional sports on page six)

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Few Hurdlers Appear

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Detroit, Mich.

120-yard high hurdles-Grand Rap-
ids Central-Price, Anderson, Olds;
Hyde Park, II1.-Wallace, Gallant;
Grand. Rapids South-Knudson; De-
troit Central-MacCallum, Dick Law-
rence; Detroit Northwestern- Day,
Walters, Schowalter; Detroit Eastern
-Stamm, Tolpfer, Sorter; Champaign,
Ill.-Major; Myers; Armada-Torrey;
Grand Rapids Catholic Central-Shan-
nahan,, Murphy, Platte; Kalamazoo
Central-Platt, Squires.
220-yard low hurles-Grand Rapids
Central-Price, Anderson, Olds; Grand
Rapids Union-Tuffs, Mindel; Grand
Rapids Soith - Knudson, Kreger;
Hyde Park, ill.-Wallace, Gallant,
,Sollitt; Detroit Central-MacCallum,
Dick Lawrence, Don Lawrence; De-
troit Northwestern - Walters, Day,
Blauman; Detroit Eastern - Stamm,
Tolpfer, Sorter; Champaign, Ill.-Maj-
or; Myers; Armada-Torrey, Corbin;

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Armada-Brockman, Torrey; El Paso,
III.-Seaton; Cass City- Benkleman,
Brooker; Grand Rapids Catholic Cen-
tral-Friar, Teal, Wade; Kalamazoo
-Wright; Cedar Springs-Annis.
Pole vault-Grand Rapids Central-
Goodspeed; Grand Rapids Union -
Hill; Hyde Park, I.-Mathias, Gal-
lant; Detroit Central-Flesher; De-
troit Northwestern-Day, Snider; De-
troit Eastern - Neisch; Champaign,
Ill.-Brownell; Archbold, 0.-Grimes;
Armada-Corbin; Cass City-Brooker;
Grand Rapids Catholic Central---Plat-
te; Kalamazoo Central-R. Miller;
Cedar Springs-Annis.
12 pound hammer- Grand Rapids
Union-Clemens; Grand Rapids So.-
De Ruiter; Battle Creek -Hulscher;
Hyde Park, Ill.- Simmons, Iandis,
White; Detroit Northwestern--Curtis,
Seagar, Marion; Detroit Eastern -
Neisch, Turnbull, Kunow; Grand Rap-
ids Catholic Central - Friar, Teal,
Wade; Cedar Springs-Annis.
12 pound shot-Grand Rapids Cen-
tral-Price; Grand Rapids Union -
Clemens; Grand Rapids South - De
Ruiter; Battle Creek - Huscher;
Hyde-Park, 1I.-Simmons, Landis,
White; Detroit Central - MaCallum,
Huebner; Detroit Northwestern -
Segger, Woodlock, Curtis; Detroit
Eastern - Neisch, Turnbull, Kunow;
Archbold, 0. - Grime; Armada -
Brockman, Corbin; Cass City-Dodge,
Rodger, Brooker; Grand Rapids Cath-
olic Central-Friar, Teal, Wade; Kala-
mazoo Central - R. Miller; Cedar
Springs, Annis.
Discus Popular
Discus - Grand Rapids Central -
Price, Kalmbach; Grand Rapids Union
- Clemens, Mindel; Grand Rtapids
South-DeRuiter; Battle Creek-Hus-
cher; Hyde Park, Ill. - Mathias, Sim-
mons, White; Dellroit Central-McCal-
lum, Fred York, Huebner; Detroit
Northwestern - Seager, Woodlock,
Curtis; Detroit Eastern - Neisch,
Turnbull, Kunow; Champaign, Ill. -
Major, Brownell;, Archbold, 0. -
Grime; Armada, Brockman; Cass City
-Brooker, Dodge, Rodger; Grand
Rapids Catholic Central-Friar, Wade,
Teal; Kalamazoo Central - R. Mil-
ler; Cedar Springs-Annis.
Half mile relay - Grand Rapids
Central, Grand Rapids South, Hyde
Park, Ill., Detroit Central, Detroit
Northwestern, Detroit Eastern, Cham-
paign, Ill., Armada, Cass City, Grand
Rapids Catholic Central, Kalamazoo
Central.
Fraternities to Entertain
David Forbes, manager of the inter-
scholastic track meet, has announced
the following list of fraternities and
house clubs that will entertain the
participating teams over the week
end:
Armada, Theta Delta Chi; Archbold,
0., and El Paso, Ill., Sigma Nu; Cham-
paign, Ill., Phi Gamma Delta; Detroit
Central, Beta Theta Pi, Detroit East-
ern, Psi Upsilon; Detroit Northwest-
ern, Phi Kappa Psi; Cass City, Aca-
*ia; Kalamazoo, Phi Sigma Kappa,
Battle Creek, Phi Delta Theta; Grand
Rapids Central, Sigma Chi; Grand
Rapids Catholic Central, Monks;
Grand Rapids South, Chi Psi; Grand
Rapids Union, Lambda Chi Alpha,
Hyde Park, Ill., Trigon; Cedar

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