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(Continued from Page One)
Missouri qualified in the shot put, and
Miller of Purdue in the javelin. Sla-
niver- ter, the dark skinned son of Iowa.,
ilable threw the discus well and wilJ be in
the finals this afternoon. Indiana
k and placed one man in the broad jump,
Keeling, and Meehan and Kasper of
uet at Notre Dame showed their heels to the
field in their heats of the half and
meets quarter mile respectively.
This afternoon's big events will
nt ban- start at 2:15 o'clock with Illinpis and
Michigan the ruling favorites. Wol-
n Lane verine stock took a -big boost with
the showing of Carl Johnson in the
broad jump and if his performance be
any criterion of his condition some
meets unexpectet' points may roll in. Cali-
Guild. victory, however, as are Wisconsin
1 half- and Chicago.
The resultsi of the preliminaries

Indiana, 22:5/; Wesbrook, Michigan,'
22:3./2. Shot put: Dale, Nebraska,
43:7/2; Majors, California, 43:61A;
Baker, Michigan, 42:111/2; Higgins,
Chicago, 42:10; McClung, Missouri,
40:914. Discus throw: Higgins, Chi-
cago, 140:8;' Weiss, Illinois; Baker,
Michigan; Wilson, Illinois; Slater,
Iowa., Javelin throw: Hoffman, Mieh-
igan, 170:9; Wilson, Illinois, 168:2%;
Sundt, Wisconsin; Brede, Illinois;
Miller, Purdue.
20 Men Needed For Summer Work
Twenty men are wanted for sum-
mer work by the building and grounds
department of the University. The
work will last throughout the sum-
mer and will be on the University
grounds and buildings.
Applicants are requested to report to
Mr. E. C. Pardon, superintendent of
the buildings and grounds depart-
ment, telephone 2486.
John Markey Improving slowly
John Markey, former city alderman,
who was injured Tuesday morning by
an explosion at the new Barton Hills
country club is improving slowly, ac-
cording to reports from Saint Joseph's
sanitariump. According to nurses in
charge of the case, this is a hope of
saving both eyes.
English 25 Exam in Memorial Hall
The examination in English 25 will
be given at 9 o'cltck, June 14, in the
upper lecture room of Alumni Mem-
orial hall.
$25 REWARD, for the return or in-
formation as to the present location
of UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS No.
3-32642, No. 5 454663. Hamilton Busi-
ness College, State and William Sts.

WILL HOLD FINALS OF CLASS
AND FRATERNITY TOURNEYS
Finals in both class and fraternity
tennis tourneys will be played off this
morning. Yesterday Zemon,'23, beat
Gustus, '23, 5-7, 15-131'7-5, and San-
chez, '23E, wou. from Dyason, '21D,
9-7, 6-0.
Sanchez and Zemon are now in the
final round and will play Monday for
the championship.
In the fraternity series Delta Tau
Delta won from Phi Rho Sigma by a
2 to 1 sgore. The Delta Tau Deltas will
play the winner of the matches be-
tween Trigon and Chi Ps) for the title.
$25 REWARD, for thesreturn or in-
formation as to the present location
of UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS No.
3-32642, No. 5 454663. Hamilton Busi-
ness College, State and William Sts.
-adv.
We have an .attractive auto acces-
sory which you can sell and make
good money during vacatoin. Write
for particulars. THE JIFFY COM-
PANY, INC., 742 Market Street, San
Francisco.-Adv.
Fraternity Hat Bands-Wild & 'Co.,
311 S. State St.-Adv.'

TYPEWRITERS
Bought Sold Rented
Repaired Cleaned
Hamilton Business College
State and William Ann Arbor

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Merry, J. Orris,
auchez, Snyder,
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are:
* 440 yard dash. First heat; won by
Kasper, Notre Dame; second, Hend-
rixson, California; time, 50:3. Sec-
ond heat; won by Emery, Illinois; sec-
ond, Bretnall, Cornell college; time,'
49:4. Third heat; won by Butler,
Michigan; second, Donohoe, Illinois;
time, 50:2.
880 yard run. First heat; won by
Meehan, Notre Dame; second, Nash,

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Wisconsin; third, Burkholder, Mich-
igan; time 1:58:1. Second heat, won
by Spink, Illinois; second, Speer, Chi-
cago; third, Douglas, Michigan; time,
2:00. Third heat, won by Sprott, Cal-
ifornia; second, E. D. Brotn, Illi-
nois; third, W. W. Brown, Illinois;
time, 2:01.
Broad ,jump: Johnson, Michigan,
23:71/2; Sundt, Wisconsin, 22:7;14

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14. 'Cruikshank, Michigan, 22:'6; Keeling, -adv.

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