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embers of both the Illi-
igan track teams were
.on for the meet last
horoughly evinced by
marks that were hung
esting athletes.
most outstanding fea-
remarkable high jump-
dom, even in an inter-j
t, where 20 or more
e, that three men are
six feet or over. But
ms are able to enterl
t can jump this height
le short of remarkable.
t equal his highest leap,
rprised critics by going
a half higher thian his

All Javelin Thows Good '
le, Hoffman, and Dunne, the
men that placed in the javelin
,all exceeded previous attempts.
startled the athletic world by
ing the wand 192 feet for a new
ollegiate record, and Hoffman
unne, who finished 176 feet, 11
, and 176 feet, respectively, bet-
their own individual, marks.
cons and Wetzel, the two Mich-
print tars, exceeded all hopes
100 and 220 yard dashes. Sim-
was expected tp win the 220,
ad hopes of the 100, but ns easy
victory makes him a favorite
e Conference championships in
two races. Wetzel ran remark-
ood races in the dashes, and
to .be as good a sprinter as a
r miler.
Butler Stars
ain Butler ran and placed in
o hardest races of the day, win-
he 440 in the exceedingly fast
f 50 seconds, and soon after giv-
ttes a fast run in the half, los-
the finish by two yards, with
e 18, which is fast for a Con-
s dual meet.
ols did the expected by winning
ices in the mile and two mile
The time in both was fair, but
s good as the men can do if
!d.
Broad Jump Disappointing
igan disappointments cam in
nning broad jump and the hur
The Wolverines were figured for
ority of points in these events,
Rled to come through. The only
irprise of the meet was the low
race, ,in which the Illini were
> take all three places.
contest wilt,,undqubtedly prove
1 index to the respective power
two teams in the Conference
meet June 3 and 4. Other
s should not ut in to any great
on most of these points, as
are few athletes ale to bom-
ith Illinois or Michigan.
ND STANFORD TO TRY
UONOR SYSTEM NEXT FALL
An almost "unanimous vote re-
taken by the students at Leland
rd university the honor system
e installed in that school begin-
Text fal. M,'
etitlon, askiW for the installa-
f the honor )rystem, was signed
re than 94 per cent of the stu-
and presented to the ,univer-
dininistration a short time ago,
which the faculty immediately
a decide upon the matter, unan-
Ly agreeing to put t'he system
Tect at once.
ever, the faculty made it'known
tolations of the rule would mean
ion, and that final verdicts in
ise will rest with the newly or-
d student council.
you ever try using The Daily a
ping Directory?mauSatisfaction is
ir command if you patronize our

DARTMOUTT TENNIS MEN WIN
EASY VICTORY OER TECH
The unbeaten Dartmouth tennis
team added another victory to its
string by defeating Massachusetts In-
stitute of Technology on Monday by
the one-sided score of 6-0. This
marlts the Green as one of the
strongest teams in the East as the
Tech aggregation was'rated among
the foremost in that section of the
country.
f ore Court Games
For Coming Week1
Tuesday, May 24, has been set as the
last day for the playing of the third
round of the All-campus tennis tour-
nament. The following matches must
be played by that date: Sculley, 1017-
1, vs. Hodgman, 437-M; Frankel,'
2625-M, vs. Oliphant, 1017-J; Osborn,
1744, vs. Hicks, 2100-M; Snider, 1615,
vs. Oppenheimer, 2654,1 Jerome, 1189,
vs. Kennard, 1521-W; Segall, vs.
flames, 871; MacArthur, 18, vs. Kauff-
man, 1316-M; Weyand,' 1460, vs.
Gregory; Hall, 578, vs. Robbins,
1422-M; Schaefer, 493, vs. . Rohan,
1575; Sanchez,' 668-R, vs. Clippert,
374; Carsons, 1951-M, vs. Dyason,
1546-R; Sloss, 349-M, vs. Beaudette,
1951-1#; Steiner, 1741-R, vs. Wright,
2480-J; Weiss, 1589-W, vs. Walbridge,
188; Dunakin, i526-R, vs. Ohlacher,
1147-M.
Phi Kappa Sigma meets Xi Psi Phi
on south Ferry field this afternoon forj
the championship of the interfrater-
nity league.
SPORT CALENDAR
5;00-Phi Kappa Sigma vs. Xi Psi
Phi, south Ferry field.
3:45-Medics . senior engineers,
south Ferry field.
3:45-Senior lits vs. Sophomore engi-
neers, south Ferry field.
6:45-Phi Chi vs. Alpha Kappa Kap-
pa, Washtenaw diamond.
6:45-Phi Beta Ii vs. Independents
Glen avenue diamond.
Note--The game between the Soph
engineers and the Senior lits which
was scheduled for today has been
postponed until Thursday on account
of the Soph engineer class outing.
Yesterday 's Gdmnes1
National League
Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 0.
St. Louis 4, Brooklyn 3.
New York 7, Cincinnati 4.
Boston 7, Chicago 1. r
Anerlean League
New York 6, Cleveland 3.
Chicago 5, Philadelphia 4.
Detroit 17, Washington 11.
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Michigans twenty-first annual in- counts for the smaller representation
terscholastic track and field meet this year. Lafayette, Indiana, and To-
will be held on Ferry field Saturday ledo Scott high will probably be the
morning. The trials will fall be held only schools represented from states
Friday afternoon. A smaller num- other than Michigan.
her of prep schools will be represent- Entertainment has been provided
ed this year than in the past owing for the visiting athletes with Cap
to the fact that, other conference night ceremonies on Firday night, at
schools are holding their interschol- which time there will be the first an-
astics the same date. Illinois and In- nual presentation of the M blankets
diana are offering their meets this to all men who have won two letters
week and Ohio State and Chicago- in any branch of athletic activity,
plan theirs next week. This ac- opening the program. The guests will

Twenty- First Interscholastic Track
And Field fleet Due This Week

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you want, when you want it, use a
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be tendered a noon luncheon on Sat-
urday and the cups and medals will
be awardedthe winners 'atthis time.
On Saturday afternoon the visitors
will be the guests of the Athletic as-
sociation at the dual Michigan- Chi-
cago meet. 4
Interscholastic Manager Forbes re-
quests that a representative of each,
competing team meet him at the of-
fices of the Athletic association be-
tween 10 and 12 o'clock Friday morn-
ing.

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SWIMING NOTICI
The following members of
Varsity swimming team are
ed to meet at the Union
o'clock Wednesday evening
election of a captain for the
son: Hubbard, Gilmore,
Searle, Yerkes, White, Por
ker, Hanson, Babcok, Dunlo
tine, Smith, Corby, Elliott.
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