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feet 1-2 inch. Unit
Pole Vault , tle
- Gainder, Kalamazoo and four
Cass City, tied for first; higi
allant, Hyde Park; B. Jones,F
Central, and Day, Detroit Poin
stern, tied for third. Height, Detr

- 200 Yard Low Hurdles
'nal-won by Brickman, Chicago
iersity 'high; second,nLoomis, Bat-
Creek; third, Cossitt, La Grange;
th. Lydon, Chicago University
h. Time, 26 2-5 seconds.
inal standing of all teams taking
nts: Chicago University high, 24;
roit Central, 16; Kalamazoo Cen'
'and Cass City, 14; La Grange,
West Waterloo, 10; Detroit North-
tern, 9; Battle.Creek and Phillip's
h, Enid, Okla., 8; Chelsea, 7; Chi-
o lyde Park, Buffalo Lafayette,
Grand Rapids Central, 5; North-
and Eastern of Detroit, 3; Union
South of Grand Rapids, Bay City
stern and Imlay City, 2; Lansing,
-2; Ahn Arbor, 1-2.

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- Running High Jump
Final-Neisch, Detr.oit Eastern and
ussell, Hyde Park, tied for first;
itd, Shepherd, Kalamazoo; fourth,
illman, Ann Arbor, and Preston,
ansing, tied. Height, 5 feet, 8 inches.
Hammer Throw
Final-won by Stuart, Detroit East-
n; second, Seager; Detroit North-
estern; third, Brooks, Chelsea;
n, 'Lansing, tied. w West Az9Ger
urth, Honderlink, Grand Rapids
entral. Distance, 119 feet, 9 1-2 in-
aes.
Running Broiad Jump
Final-won ,by Gainder, Kalamazoo;
cond, A. Jones, Chicago University
gh; third, Shepherd, 'Kalamazoo;
urth, Beyers, Imlay City. Distance,1
feet, 9 1-2 inches.
Discus Throw
Final-won by Brooker, Cass City;
cond, Hamburg, Phillips high, Enid
kla.; third, Brooks, Chelsa,; fourth1
an Dam, Grand Rapids Central. Dist-
ice, 116 feet, 4 3-4 inches.
120 Yard, Hurdles
First semi-final--won by Shepherd,
alamazoo; second, Lydon, Chicago
niversity high. Time, 18' seconds.1
econd semi-final-won by Brickman,
hicago University high; second, Sni-
er, Detroit Northwestern. Time, 18
5: seconds. Third semi-fianl-won
r A. Jones, Chicago University high;
cond, Price, Grand Rapids Central.:
ime,, 17 1-5 econds. Fourth semi-
ial-won by Lydon, Chicago Uni-
rstiy' high; second, Snider, Detroit
orthwestern. Time, 18 seconds.
Final-won by A. Jones, Chicag6
niversity . high; second, Brickman,s
icag'o University high; third, Lyon,
hicago University high; fourth, Shep-
erd, Kalamazoo. Time, 16 1-5 sec-
ids.,

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