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June 04, 1920 - Image 16

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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JUNE ,192

VN IERSITY HALT.
The (toter tart of this ttuilding is devoted to administration offices. aod the two
wings, which were the first hoildings to he erected 00ntte camputs, contain (lass roonts.

JACK SCIIOLZ
The Tiger sprinter is the country's
hest io the ceotory and the 220. Mis-
soori's representative has yet to he
bteaten in the 100, which he does io
:10 fiat antd :9 4-5, and he is also an
excellent andi tependahle roan in the
220-yatrdltassh.

PETE II.SO N
Rtepresenting the University of Califor-
nia, Peterson, the star vaulter front the
Pacific coast, will attempt to walk
isciy with first honors in this event.
lie has dttte 12 feet 0, and to in hopes
ot increatsing this to 13t teet in the Con-
letrcnce omeet.
rMll.1,, (l

WATEIIB3m9s o N GYill he 4)Imir .1
t V fiisss is o 1°(i)0-i1t1 '~. i t it i ii i is, i

A

BRlADLEY
Of the Untversity of Kansas, capturetd
list pentathlon champtionship at the
Pentst relays this spring. In trying ostt
fttr the O~lynmpics lit will strive to rep-
resent the United States in the decaths-
Its, he heing even helter in this event
lion in the peta~tthlonl.

11HE VAISITY BAND
Mtichligans tand withs its immoststtl piece, lTe ictttrs," rankos sutpreme n the fietld
tif college hands. From coast to coast it htas an enviahle recortd. whichs others have
tried to equltlb ut the Michsigats spirit has hepst the hanid first antltocemost int its fiettd.
Thesbanstitp llaying at the different cottests hsave sticretd Michigani mentsot actito, stnd
reitotedthefisasttnisof thseirtuntdergradutate lays.

tCtlhy of Iowa finished btehind Scisolz
to the 100-yard dash at the Drahe Re-
toys, and Htawkeye stupportecs expect
gceat things of hits in this meet.

lqua
BESTAACTIOPIS
FIRST

3' Great Days Starting Sunday
Douglas Mz4.cLean ancd Doris M~.
nm theirthird g e t Comeutdy scees fo irix ""23 1-2 Ht
Leave" rid 'Wh,'s o rHtxsbamvd Doril"
awr's Ankle"

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