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SMEN Results Of M)eet
Sent To Johnson
0 Io us While 4,000 persons were watching
the Illini best the Wolverines in the
rs Take Five dual track meet on Ferry field yester-
First Big day afternoon Capt. Carl Johnson lay
in bed at his home and received the
results of the meet, race by race.
LL AND What his feelings were can only be
PROMISING imagined, or told by Carl himself, but
they must have been highly varied.
n made a suc- Perhaps they even savoured of exul-
tation during the first half hour of
Horning, when the contest, paricularly when Cook
in five out of and Lashmet raced over the mark in
the 100 yard dash for first and second'
oubles match- places and drew first blood for the
erine net men wearers of the Maize and Blue. He
ribles encount- may have even had hopes of victory
four of the when he heard that Baker had tossed
the shot nearly 43 feet for first hon-
Ally ors in that event and that Butler and
one for Mich- Cook had taken the ,last two places
, an easy vic- in the 220.
-3. W. Wirth- When he learned the results of his
hat his team own events, the hurdles, high jump
ckeye player, and broad juip, hgs disappointment
d Bob Angell, was .undoubtedly the keenest, for he
rom Leohnert, was, no, doubt, fully aware of the
;ht in the last number of points he could have added
vanquished C. to the Wolverine score and 'detracted
from that of the Suckers, giving, at
were hard the same time, full credit to Beards-
del defeating ley, who won for Michigan two of the
6-4, and Ang- firsts which should have gone to him.
he Wirthwein
2-6, 6-3. :r
2s6, ' ENTRY--,BLANKS MAILED
at the Ohioans
r schools pre
howing of the HO IGH SCHOOL MEET
meet was es-
er Wesbo, MANY STATE TEAMS PROMISE TO
d, was unable ATTEND ANNUAL
cause he was GAMES

year, broke the record in the half mile
of 2:09, standing since 1916, lowering
the time to 2:07.° The former mark
was set by Manager David A. Forbes
while a member of the Grand Rapids
Central team. Gowan, Cass .City,
quarter miler, set a mark of 55 sec-
onds in that event. Bowen, a miler
from Grand Rapids Central, dropped
the mile, time two seconds, running the
race in 4:52.
The program of events for the en-
tertainment of the athletes will in-
clude a dinner Friday following pre-
liminaries in all events, and attend-
ance at the Cap night exercises. The
finals will start Saturday at 1:30
o'clock, and will continue, up until the
Michigan-Iowa game at 4o'clock. In
the evening the Varsity M awards
will be made from the steps of the
Library.

How Purdue Nine U U
Was: Van quished ,*

Note-Owing to lack of space
following box score could not be

Saturday morning.
Michigan
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Knode, ss........2 1
Kirchgessner, lf.... .3 1.
Perrin, rf.........4 1
Van Boven, 2b.....3 0
Genebach, c .......3 0
Karpus, 3b. .....3 0
Froemke, ct.......3 0
Newell, lb.......3 2
Parks, p. ....2 2

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Major League
Standings

Purdue
Player A3
Stanwood, If.......2
Barnaby, ss ... .3.3
Strubell, 2b .....2
Hiser, lb..........2
Fawcett, rf . .....3
McConnell, 3b ......2
Wagner, ci .........4
Roberts, c.... ..'..3
Wallace, p........4
Horsman, p.......1

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W'L
Boston . ...........13 6
Cleveland.............13 6
Chicago..11 6
Washington...........10 9
St. Louis..............8 9,
New York.............8 11.
Philadelphia ........... 6 11
Detroit................ 4 15
testerday's Results
Detroit 5, St. Louis 4.
Cleveland 10, Chicago 6.
Washington 3, New York 0.
Philadelphia-Boston rain.

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COLLEGE RESULT'

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Wisconsin, 93; Northwestern, 31.
Chicago, 72/; Purdue, 683%.
Ohio, 73/;. Minnesota, 61%.

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Invitations and entry blanks for the'
26th annual Interscholastic track and
field meet, to be held on Ferry field,
May 21 and 22 , were mailed to the
schools of the state, and to many in
the nearby states, the first part of the
week.
David A. Forbes, manager, was a
spectator at the Kalamazoo college
interscholastic track and field meet,
held'last Saturday, and obtained the
verbal promises of many of the
schools attending that meet to come'
to Ann Arbor for the Michigai games.
Kalamazoo Central, winner of the
meet, will be present with full
strength, as will Highland Park, of
Detroit, who placed second with 24
points, three behind the winner.
Jones, Star Sprinter, aoming
The three Grand Rapids high

NATIONAL LEAGUE
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Cincinnati.............11'
Boston ................8
Pittsburgh9........
Brooklyn ...........9
Philadelphia............9
Chicago...............9
St. Louis..............&
New York ............... 6 3
Yesterday's Results
St. Louis 5, Cincinnati 4.
Chicago 4, Pittsburgh. 1.
Rain elsewhere.

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The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper in "Ann Arbor, 'contains all
the latest Campus, City and WorlO
News.--Adr.

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0. S. U., 10; Purdue, 2.

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,s schools, Central, Union, and South,
'e will all send men, while in addition to
,s Highland Park, Central and North-
western of Detroit will appea(r. Cen-
- tral produced the high point winner,
p, of the Kalamazoo meet in the person
a of Jones, who won the 50, 100 and 220
. yard dashes for a total of 15 points.
- Weeks, of Battle Creek, winner of
g the half mile at the meet here last
a .Are wifely charms more pow-
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a erful than mental ability? See
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n WIFE"-Arde.--Tod ay

PIGSKIN PRACTICE
TO END'TUESDAY
Spring football will come to an
end with the practice next Tuesday
afternoon. Everyone who has been
issued a football 'suit is strongly urg-
ed to tun out for these last two days
of practice, Monday and Tuesday.
There will be a meeting of all foot-
ball men at the Union at 8 o'clock
Tuesday evening.
SENIOR LIT BALL PLAYERS
URGED TO REPORT MONDAY
Senior lit baseball players are ask-
ed to report at 4 o'clock Monday aft-
ernoon at Ferry field for the game
with the graduate students. The team
has not been picked,- and everybody
who plays at all is urged to come out.
He needed a wife and he bought
one. Then Cupid shot a dart that
pierced both hearts. See "Just a
Wife"-ARCADE today.

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