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MICJ{GAN DOPED TO WIN EASY
VICTORY IN DUAL CONTEST
Michigan students will have their
one opportunity of the year to wit-
ness the Varsity track team in com-
petitive action on Saturday when the
University of Chicago aggregation
takes the cinders in opposition.
The Maroons come with an exceed-
ingly weak team, and as the result
Coach Steve Farrell's charges should
have little difficulty in winning the
day. Wolverines are counted on for
first places in all but three events.
I one of these, the mile, there is
every chance that a wearer of the
Maize and Blue may cross the finish
line in the lead. In the two mile and
the-hammer throw, however, the Ma-
roons are conceded victories.
Wetzel and Simmons are sure start-
ers in the 100 and 220 with either
Meese, or Burke, as a third entrant.
Captain Butler, Thomas, Lewis, and
Wheeler will run the 440 event, while
Larry will again appear in the hal
mile in company with Merz and'Gib-
son. A formidable array of milers
will do their best to wrest the dis-
tance run from Chicago, Burkholder,
Douglas, Lukins, and Reed being
scheduled to answer the starter's gun. I
Standish, Pemberthy, Chute, and
Whittemore are picked for the two
mile, and, while none of these is ex-
pected to down the Maroon star they
are all counted on to put up a good
fight. Cruikshank and Sargent will
run both hurdle races, with Swift as
an added starter in the 220. yard dis-
tance.
In the field events Michigan is. far
the superior of the rival 'team. Nay-
for and Sargent will more than make
up for the absence of Wesbrook in
the pole vault.. Walker, Rea, Platts,
and Spurrier will contest in the high
jump, and Cruikshank appears in the
broad jump in company with Wood
and Lewis.
Stipe and Van Orden will make up
the shot heaving duo, and in the ham-
mer throw Stipe will pair off with
Schmidt, Jacobs, Dunne, and Tidey
will hurl the discus, and an easy set
of points is looked for in the javelin
with Hoffma, Dunne, and Tidey at
the business end of the javelin.
A large area of the tin covering on
the north stand has been removed .in
expectation of the big crowd which
will witness the meet. Inasmuch as
the track team will not be seen in
action again there is every reason to
believe that every available seat will
be occupied.
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SPORT CALENDAR
FRIDAY
Class Baseball
3:45-Junior engineers vs. dents.
Medic League
6:45-Alpha Kappa Kappa vs. Phi
Beta Pi, Washtenaw, diamond. .
6:45-Phi Chi vs. Nu Sigma Nu, Hom-
oeop diamond.
Intramural Items,
Because of inclement weather Wed-
nesday and the fact that Thursday
was Pratt day the final time for the
playing of the second round of the
interfraternity tennis matches has
been extended until Saturday, May
21. The following matches must be
played by that time or the entries will
be dropped: Phi Sigma Kappa vs.
Chi Psi; Cygnus, 2378-W, vs. Nu Sig-
ma Nu. *

INTERSCHOLASTIC MEET
OPENS THIS AFTERNOON

(Continued from Page One)
Scott high of Toledo nd Jefferson
high of Lafayette, Ind., are the two ag-
gregations which will invade Michigan
soil in an endeavor to carry the hon-
ors out of the state. Nothing specific
has been obtained relative to the
strength of either of these outfits, but
it is safe to predict that they will
both be strong, as each school is send-
ing .a large number of men. Scott
high, moreover, has always performed
creditably, and there is every reason
to believethat the Ohio school will
bring another gr~oup of fortidable
stars.
Detroit Schools Good
Something is known, however, con-
cerning the schools within the state.
Detroit Northwestern won the Kal-
amazoo Normal interscholastic a week
ago, with Detrpit Eastern a close sec-
ond. Highland Park high school was
ighv point winner in the Kalamazoo
college meet the week previous by a
goodly margin. It is hard to compare
Highland Park and Detroit Northwes-
tern for they have not competed
against each other this- year, and com-
parative records is no criterion, for
a fast track may make a great deal of,
difference in results.
Plenty of entertainment is in store
for the visitors. They will stay at the
fraternity houses and house clubs
while they are here. On Friday eve-
ning they will witness the Cap night
ceremonies. At this time there will
be the first annual formal presenta-
tion of athletic awards and "M"
blankets to all letter men of the year.
Saturday noon a luncheon will be
tendered them and the awards of the
meet will be given the winners. On

Saturday afternoon, the boys will be
the guests of the Athletic association
at the Michigan-Chicago dual meet.
The following awards will be given,
Gold, silver, and bronze medals will'
be presented for first, second, and
third places respectively, in all events;
while all fourth places will receive
ribbons. Silver loving cups will be
awarded the winning team, the run-
ner-up, the highest individual point
winner, and his closest competitor.
The. "M" club will present a silver
loving cup to the winning team of the
half mile relay, and Sid Millard is,
again putting up a cup to the team
which first wins three meets.-
The following men will officiate:1
Referee, Farrell; starter, May; clerk3
of the course, Millard; scorer, Fisher;'
track judges, Johnson, Butler, Wetzel,7
Burns, and Murphy; field judges,
Mather, Cohn, Landowsky, Walker,]
Stipe, and Van Orden; timers, Hahn,4
Burton, Professor Carver, Professor7
Aigler, and Professor Holbrook. i
Events and Order.
The trials in the interscholasticl
track meet will be held this afternoon
at Ferry field. .''ollowing are the en-i
tries and their respective events in1
the order they will be run:l
,100 yard run-Cook, Castenholtz,
Muskegon .high; Monetta, Jones, Le-
vitt, Toledo Scott high; Steeneck, De-S
troit Southeastern; Ozias, Butterfield,
Highland Park high; Dogdigiah,
Schomberger, Detroit Central high;

Blauman, McDonald, Detroit North-
western; Toepfer, Siefert, Voelker,
Schippocassee, Wise, Mills, Cooper,
Watson, Detroit Eastern; Wise, Gain-
der, Platt, Kalamazoo high; Crowe,
Tilton, Bohanon, Jefferson high, Laf-
ayette, Ind.; Mitts, Congdon, Rich-
mond high; Peel, Beckwith, Critten-
den, Ann Arbor high; Clevenger, Ald-
erman, Lansing high; Setright,
Schule, McGhee, Jaynow, Cooper,
Jackson high..
120 yard hurdles-Ott, Muskegon"
high; Meyers, Detroit Cass Tech.;
Johnson, Schulakovsky, Detroit Cen-
tral; Snider, Day, Detroit Northwest-
ern; Birt, Grand Rapids South; Hag-
gerty, Ypsilanti high; Peel, Ann Arbor
high; Merriam, Grand Rapids Central;
Toepfer, Walk, Detroit'Eastern; Sharr,
Lansing high.
440 yard run - Cook, Upton, Van
Kersen, Muskegon; Moor, Cook, Reed-
er, Toledo Scott; Whitting, Highland
Park high; Bez, Detroit Central; Dav-
is, Detroit Northwestern; Campbell,
Kalamazoo high; Tilton, Jefferson
high; Huebler, Ann Arbor high; Rock-
well, Worden,.Thornquist, Grand Rap-
ids Central; Owen, McCausland, Sinks,
Schnoid, Detroit Eastern; Cannon,
Lansing high; Jaynow, Baker, Mc-
Cain, Jackson.
220 yard run-Cook, Upton, Flora,
Muskegon; Monetta, Jones, Meese,
Toledo Scott; Ozias, Butterfield, High-
land Park; Dogdigiah, Schomberger,
Continued on Page Eight)

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The following third round matches
must be played off by Thursday, May
25: Phi Delta Theta vs. Alpha Kappa
Kappa; Lambda Chi Alpha vs. Phi
Sigma Delta; Psi Upsilon vs. winner
of Alpha -Sigma Phi-Sigma Phi Ep-
silon match; if appa Btta Psi vs. win-
ner of Phi :,,gma Kappa-Chi Psi
match; Phi Kappa Psi vs. Kappa Nu;
Alpha Rho Chi vs. Delta Tau Delta;
Trigon vs. winner Cygnus-Nu Sigma
Nu game.
Entries have been slow in coming
in for the interfraternity outdoor
track meet to be held on Ferry field
next Monday and Tuesday afternoon
at 3 o'clock. The closing time for en-
tries will be Monday at 2 o'clock.
(Continued on Page Eight)

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