VARD OUT BY A HALF
I' AT CAMBRIDGE
The University of California won'
the track and field championship ofI
the country Saturday when it copped
first place in the annual games of the
Intercollegiate Association of Ama-
teur Athletes of America at Cam-
bridge, Mass. The Bruins ran up a
total oof 27 1-2 points,, while Harvard
was second with 27.
This is the first time that the cham-
pionship has ever gone to a Western
team- and all Cambridge was ringing
with praise for the men fromi the far
West. The outcome of the meet was,
in doubt up to the last event, the 220'
yard dash. Up to that time Harvard
was leading with 27 points, while
California had but 24 1-2. Hutchin-
son, the lone Bruin entry in the 220
took third place, giving his school
three points and the meet.
California had but 10 men entered
in the meet and great credit shouldl
be given them for their plucky fight.-
Besides his work in the 220 Hutch-,
inson placed fourth in the 100 yard
dash. Muller tied for first in the high
jump and received fourth in the
broad jump. Other point winners
were Hendrixson, who won the 440
yard dash; Dorr, third in the two
mile run, and Sprott, second in the
The showing of the Western squad
proves that Coach Steve Farrell was
rightwhen he stated, after the Michi-
gan-California meet that California
had' the best track team in the coun-
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NET MEN TO PLAY
Michigan's tennis team will meet
M. A. C. at 3:30 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon on the Ferry field courts.
The Farmers are not expected to
.cause the Varsity net team much
trouble, having been beaten badly by
Kalamazoo college recently. .
Michigan will use the same four
men that made the trip to the Con-
ference meet last week, Munz playing
one, Angell two, Merkel three, and
Reindel four. The men have had a
chance to rest up from the strain of
the two trips taken in the last two
weeks and should be in the best of
shape when they face the M. A. C.
The fine showing made by Lewis
Mupz in the Conference singles cham-
pionship was a source of gratifica-
tion to the Michigan supporters. He
gave Fritz Bastian of Indiana a fine
battle in the finals, although his was,
an almost hopeless chance. In the
opinion of those who witnessed the
tournament Capt. Walter Wesbrook. of
the Michigan team would have re-
peated his victories of last year and
the year before had he been able to
It is hoped that Wesbrook will be
in condition to be moved here from
the Cornell Infirmary at Ithaca the
latter part of the week. The latest
word from there indicates that he is
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Golf Team Ties
Michigan's golf team tied North-
western Saturday afternoon at Evans-
ton with five points each, in the dual
tournament between the two schools.
Rain interfered with the games and
the tie could not be played off. Ing-
ham of Michigan, who made the low
score against Ohio, also made the low
score against the Purple with a 71.
Ingham also won both his matches,
giving him. three points toward the
total score. The other two were made
by Bennett and Holdsworth. With one
victory and a tie to its credit the team
hopes to enter the .Big Ten tourna-
ment at Northwestern June 21. All
the Conference schools are to be rep-
resented at this meet and Michigan
a fine chance of copping
WIEMAN RECOVERING FROM
OPERATION FOR TONSILS
E. E. Wieman, '21, who has spent
several days in the University hos-
pital, was reported to be resting com-
fortably yesterday. He has had his
Samuel Andres, who was seriously
injured on the Whitmore Lake road
Saturday evening when his car skid-
ded and turned over, had regained
consciousness at the St. Joseph's san-
itarium Sunday evening and was rest-
ing well yesterday.
All the hospitals reported a quiet
day yesterday. No motor mishaps or
accidents of any sort had been heard
of by mid-afternoon.
Brede of Indians Out for Javelin Mark
Great things are expected from
Brede of the Indians, during the Big
Ten meet next Friday and Saturday.
This athlete will at this time be able
to show what he can do with the jav-
elin in Conference competion.
His record throw of 182 feet made
a few weeks ago does not establish a
new mark as it was not made in a
Big Ten meet. However, with Hoff-
man of the Varsity to contend with,
he is by no means assured of first
place. The Michigan javelin thrower
has come close to Brede's mark and
it is not at'all unlikely that he will do
even better this week.
It is Brede's intention to try for/a
new world's record in the javelin if
he keeps on improving as he has re-
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