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By BOB ANGELL

All hail to the new managing edi-
tor! The Daily can look forward to
another prosperous year with such
an able man as 'George Brophy to
guide it.

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After watching the 'Illinois 'track
team in action we must admit that
'Sthey have about as evenly balanced a
team as one could wish. Michigan1
or cannot alibi the defeat by pointing
to the absence of Johnson, Losch, and
Burkholder. Valuable as those men
are, they would have had to do the
4ts superhuman in order to bring the Wol-
ell verines out on top.
Id Famous Athletes Wo. 2-Achilles
an Achilles is chiefly known to stu-
44 dents of the classics for his prowess
al/ in battle. However, by diligent re-
s- search we have discovered that he was
at also a fast man on the cinders. If
gee he had lived in this present day and
generation he would probably have
gone to Illinois. His ability along
track lines was never better demon-
strated than in his famous jaunt
around the walls of Troy in pursuit
of Hector. Although. Hector was the
best runner among the Trojans, Ach-
illes caught him on the seventh lap
thus demonstrating the superiority of
the Greek training methods. The last
act of his life shows that Achilles kept
up his running till the end, for he was
showing his heels to Paris when the
latter shot him.
The Great American Game
The stands are full, the game is on,,
The batter is up at the plate.
The cries 'of tug ^ters, "A hith "

On the 'signal the catcher is shwin.
ing.
The bleachers, the grandstand, to their
thoughts give vent, -
As they chant, "The old score-
watch it growing."
"Ball two, too high," "Ball three, t
wide,"
A loud, lusty cheer rents the air.
"Wait for a good one, then let her
ride,"
To such noise Babel 'cannot com-
pare.
"Strike one." "You're a ,robber!"
"Strike two." "You're a crook!"
Th e fans are enraged at 'the umpire.
"Learn to call 'em," "read your rule
book."

Their voices mount higher and high-
er.
"Strike three, you'rr out." "What's-
that?" "No, No!"
The mob bellows loud, excitement is
tense.
"Why didn't you slam it?" "Ohl but
you're slow."
"That one was good for a clout to
the fence."
A man in the stands, with a smile on
his face,
Inquires of his neighbor, "May I
ask who was that,?"
The answer comes back, "That's .the
great diamond ace,
That was Casey, sir, who was just
up at bat.".
LEO HERSHDORFER.,
so keep in touch with all the teams,
at home and abroad by reading The
Daily each morning.-Adv.
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waiting," "Good stuff," "Take
time, old dear,"
the fans as the ball is thrown

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ile, four men from the win-
eam crossed before the first
an man. The, events in which
slammed Michigan were the
the javelin, mile, and half
Summaries
vault, won by Buchanan (I);
,,Howard (I), Cross (M), Wes'-
(M), Slaughter (M). Height,
6 'inches.
put-Con by Baker (M); sec-
Veiss (I); third, Cannon (I).
ce, 42 feet, 11 1-4 inches.
jump-won by Later (M), and
(I), tied; .third, Rea (M), and
I (I). .Height, 5 feet, 10 in-

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LEY ' Discus throw-won by Weiss (I);
second, Bennett. I); third, Wilson (I).
of the ledger, Distan'e, 133 feet, 3 inches.
f the hurdle Hammer throw- won by Bennett'
n men placed (I) ; second, Wilson (I); third, Later
veteran Mich- (M-). Distance, 144 feet.
irst honors in Broad jump-won by Wesbrodl,
third in the (M); second, Osborn (I); third, Over-
sprang a sur- bee (I). Distance, 22 feet, 1-4 inch.
place' in this Javelin throw-won by B~rede (I);
second, Wilson (I); Bennett (I). Dist
Surprise ance, 158 feet, 1-2 inch. New Ferry
k }horse in the field record.
the steps of 100 yard dash, won by Cook (M);
fish, where he second, Lashmet (M'; -third, Nagel
aigan was not '(I). Time, 10 2-5.
event and the Mile run-won by Yates and Whar-
f the thrillers ton, both (I); third, Caskey (I).
Time, 4:33 2-5.
hea'ver; set a 220 yard dash-won by Emory (I);
for this event second, Butler (M); third, Cook (M).
elin 158 feet. Time, 22 2-5 seconds.
made by Arch ' 120 hurdles-won by-Beardsley (M);
.eet last year, second, Wallace (I); third, Kenney,.
(I). TI'se, 16 seconds.
retty 44$ yard dash-won by Prescott (I);
probably the second, Spink (I); third, Wetzel (M).
n considering 'T'ime, 49 2-5 seconds.
place in this * Two mile run-won by Dusenberry
and Caskey (I); second, Maynard (M); third, All-
retch with a man (I). Time, 9:58 3-5.
ards from the 220 yard low hurdles-won by
t across the Beardsley (M) ; second, Wallace. (I);
hold the pace third, Prescott (I). Time, 25 2-5 sec-

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second; D. Brown (I);
(I). Time, 1:57 2-5.

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