THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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2:00-Finals of the interclass track
meet, Ferry field.
Semi-finals and finals in interscholas-
tic tennis tournament. Play to be-
gin at 9 A. M. and continue all day.
FINALS OF THREE EVENTS WERE
HELD FRIDAY AFTER-
Fast time featured the semi-final
wvents ins the intercass meet yesterday
fternoon at Ferry field. All the semi-
inals were run off and three finals
0Lso were checked off. Following are
he scores for the finals: 120 yard
6gh hurdles-won by Shepherd, '24;
econd., Maloney, '24; third, Golla, '24;
ourth, Kinard '24. Time, 16 3-5.
Mile run-won by Arndt, '24;
5nd,YBowen,° '24; third, Davis, '24;
'ourth,.Moreland, 24. Time, 437 4-5.
'440 yard dash-won by Davis, ''24;
econd, Mer,-'21; third, Morgan, '24;
ourth, Weeks, '24. Time, 52 1-5.
The following men qualified for the
220 yard dash-Goldwater, '24, Sie-
nons, '2 Martin, '23, Shepherd, '24,
Purdy, '24, an Samuels, '23. 100 yard
ash-Martin, '23, Goldwater, '24,
hubb, '24, Perdy, '24, Eldridge, '24,
Broad jump-Sheperd, '24, Neisch,
24, Richards, 24.Wood, '22.
220 low hurdles-Ioomis, '24, Gess-
er, '24, Aubrey, '24 Samuels '23.
Semi-finals were also held in the
tigh jump, javelin, discuss, shot and
Events will start at 2 o'clock this
fternoon. Following are the events
hat will be run off: Finals in the 100
ard dash, 220 yard dash, 220 low hur-
les, 880 yard dash, two mile run, shot
ut;, discus throw, hammer throw,
avelin, broad jump, pole vault, penta-
hon and the one mile relay.
OPH LITS WIN SECOND
PLACE IN CLASS BASEBALL
Torry's sophomore lits won second
lace in the interclass baseball league
h irsday 'afternoon by defeating the
unior lits, 9-7, on South Ferry field.
mith of the juniors pitched well but
as given poor support. Davis and
[cPike starred for the winners.
The medics won first place in the
eague and went through the entire
lchedule without,a defeat. Second
lace goes tithe sophomore lits, the
unior lits won third place and the
ents fourth place. ' Sweaters will be
warded the first two teams by the
ntramural department and the third
lace team will be allowed to purchase
weaters through their class.
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The first and last
word in real
Princeton's varsity baseball team
was eliminated from the triangular
championship Monday, when it lost to
Harvard for the second time this year
by a score of four to two. The Tigers(,
went into the ninth inning on the
long end of a two to nothing score,
but three hits asda wild throw tied
the game up, and the Crimson pushed
across thewinning run in the tenth
frame. This 'defeat was partly balanc-
ed by, the Orange and Black's vic-
tory in the junior race of the Heney
regetta on the same day.
ThesYale tennis squad defeated
'Dartmouth last Friday- by the one-sid-
ed score of 6-0. A score .like this,
made over" the strong Green and White
aggregation, marks th Eli's as one
of the strongest teams in the country.
Yesterday 's Games,
LANTER N NIGHT PLANS
FIELD EVENTS TO BE FOLLOWED
BY MAY POLE
Field day for women's athletics ter-
minating in the annual Lantern night
celebration will be held Tuesday, June
7, at Palmer field.
Following the finals in tennis, arch-
ery, and baseballgroups will gather
on the field for picnic suppers. A spe-
cial request is being made for dor-
mitories, sororities, and league houses
Ito bring basket lunches.. A May pole
dance will be given at 7:30io'clock
and the day will close with the us-
ual Lantern procession in which the
seniors will be the guests of honor.3
Phyllis Wiley, president of the Ath-1
letic association, and Marguerite
Clarke, '21, president of the Women's3
league, will head the seniors. Katrina
Schermerhorn ands Margaret Rotts-
chaefer will be at the foot of the sen-
ior line. Helen Bishop;, '22, president
of the Athletic association for nextt
year, and Edna Groff, '22, president of
the Women's league, for next year,
will head the juniors. Elsie Town-
send and Florence Freeman will be
at the foot of th junior line. Helent
Schermerhorn and Elsa Oissen will
lead the sophomores, with Grace Fry
and Marion Koch at the foot. The
freshman line will be led by Marion
Willis and Dorothy Bogan with Susan
Fitch and Mary Hays at the foot.
A new style of shirt, woven madras,
white with fine stripes. low attach-
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Automobiles for Hirc
By Hour or by Trip
Cars running to Whitmore Lake
$1.00 Round Trip
Phone 9 s3-M
Not leas than five Passengers
Children 's Pary
To 21e Held Today:
"Over the Hills and Far Away", a
nursery rhyme play, will be presented
by Mummers at the children's party
which will be given ley Dean Myra B.
Jordanat 3 o'clock this afternoon in
The parts will be taken as fol-
lows: Jack, Elizabeth Travis; '23;
Jill, Dorothy Weimer, '24; Little Miss
Muffet, Dorothy Jeffrey, '24; Mary
Quite Contrary, Mary Van Deinse,
'22; Old Woman Who Lived in a
Shoe, Elizabeth Beach, '24; Bo-Peep,
Martha McLean, '23; Tom the Piper,
Vivian McDonald, '24; Man in the
Moon, Rosalind Freund, '24; King
Cole, Sara Waller, '22; his queen,
Merry Wagner, '23.
This fairy fantasy will have special
music and children will take part in
the dancing choruses.
NEED STUDENT DIRECTORS
IN POOR CHILDREN'S CAMP,
Opportunity for several students to
volunteer as directors* in summer
camp work amongthe needy children
of New York is offered by the Evan-
gelicalistic committee of New York
city, an interdenominational social
service organization. The organiza-
tion is reaching children of foreign
pareiltage who have never been reach--
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