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or , an ILLfle IU L U Y441k J 14A 'Ala "Lu
when he stumbled and fell. Jerry
Thomas was forced to run the first
part of his heat in the wrong direc-
tion to get the baton from the fallen
man. It was tough luck, 'but it's a
thing of the past.
In the dual meet with Chicago, Mich-
ALGED itan placed four men ahead of the
Windy City runners in the mile run
and two ahead in the quarter, but Chi-
cago's milers and quarter miilers fin-'
emon- ished ahead of the home teams In
carn- the relay races. There is at least lots
when of room for improvement here, before
m in the Conference setto.
ne in Stipe Not in Form
dians. McEllven, who was sick and unable
hard- to compete last Saturday, is certain to
;o re- make Osborne, the Illini high jumper,
est of work to place first when they hook up
. cer- at Northwestern. Stipe in the shot
,tions. put had his share of the Michigan
s are hard luck. He could coax only 38
from feet out of the weight, whereas his
Sat- usual heave is over 40 feet.
g be-
thd Intramural Items

the tournament, were second with al
score of 902. There were about 50
fraternities entered in this tournament
of bowling by telegraph. Each day,
chapters of the different fraternities,
were scheduled to bowl, the results
being wired to 05io State. Michigan
chapters- did well, winning over a ma-
jority of the chapters at other schools.
Following are the names of the men
who composed the Theta Chi team,
and their scores:
H. H. Twining, 224, Ted Banks, 193,

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171, and M. R. Norcup, 159. Those who qualify will toss 25 more.
following which the 10 high men will
A final opportunity will be given shoot 50 more shots. The two men
those who have not yet competed in who have the best record in the total
the preliminaries of the foul shooting 100 shots will be presented with suit-
cojitest tonight on- court 4 from 7 to 9 able engraved silver cups. The com-
o'clock during the progress of the petition is open to everyone but var-
class games. This is absolutely the sity men.
last chance that will be given to qual-
ify for the silver loving cups awarded
to the first ,and second best goal The class basketball schedule for
throwers on the campus. All that is Tuesday night is as follows: 7 o'clock,
necessary to. qualify is to appear at court 1, fresh Lits vs. soph Lits,
the gymnasium with gym shoes and court 2, junior Lits vs. senior Lits,

spectively. 7:45 o'clock, court 1
perclass Laws vs. fresh Laws,
2, fresh Engineers vs. soph. Engin
court 3, fresh Dents vs. fresh ME
The officials are R. Smith, Ohlmi
and Kerley respectively. 8:30 o'c
court 1, junior Englieers vs. si
Engineers, court 2, Architects vs
perclass Dents, court 3, soph. I
vs. Pharmics. The officials are
macher, Cooper, and Kerley re
tively.

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Alpha Ganma chapter of the Theta
Chi fraternity at- Michigan won the
Western Conference Intramural Inter-
Fraternity Bowling Tournament, that
was originated at Ohio State Univer-
sity, with a score of 937. This entitles
them to the trophy to be given the
winner b 1/he Brunswick Blalke Col-
lender Co. The chapter of Alpha
Gamma Rho fraternity at Illinois, who

proteges failed to
they looked strong
meet, but they prov-
a pair of good men
i Landowski. Hat-
the 1,000 yard race
in competition, was
:of first place. He's
r with speed to
z his head. In the
make the best men
p and take notice.
d to a new Confer-
Merrick of Wiscon-
igan man had the
vent -al of the way.
ials to clear the bar
n that point to 12
cleared..every height
>t.t After the 12 foot
the Badger contest-
rials for practically
e Wolverine came
going over at 12:11,
of jumping off the!
efused. They flipped
Id watch offered for
eo Wisconsin athlete

gh they scorn to offer alibis the
a men know that something
ong other than that the time
fast. When four milers who
)ne close to, 4:30 on a small
rack have trouble doing 4:45
rge dirt track, there has to be
ng wrong. Standish was the
ichigan man in the four mile
o do under 4 minutes and 40
. He beat that time by twol
. Billy Fallon, the trainer,
that the boys were counting
oney, but there are arguments
other side of the question..At
e it is certain that Bowen and
3and Arndt will do much het-
k a week from next Saturday
Conference meet.
Jlnx Sticks to 1i ehigan
inx still clung to the Maize and

Said the dancing beauty after
the evening performance:
"Bum, crow{ tonight. Nobody
here. Guess the Michiganen-
sian came out "today andl
everybody stayed at home to
read their copy."'
' Everybody ready the 'Ensian.
Don't forget to order your copy
of the biggest and best college.
year book in America.
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ill coin purse containing
ty dollars between Chin-
lens and East University
'ln. Address Box, R. M. G.,
Aberal''reward. 111-2
le finger ring with Masonic
agle emblem mounted on
me. Call Margaret Mac-
5-W. 111-2
ntain pen without cap on
>d or East University, be-
eenwood and Vaughn. Call
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purse containing valuable
Reward. Phone 189. 111-2
nan's rubber. Call Hodg-'
7. 112
Monday noon, small green
pocketbook, probably -on,
St. between Fourth Ave.
ion. Reward. Phone 212-J.
112
Ames Tout Casebook and
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112.
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bably lost in Waterman
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common . to many modern
households, concrr s the af-
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made man, a friviloUt. .wife,
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Musical Presentation
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from R. Wagner's Opera "Lohengin"
Leonard Falcone, Conducting
Comedy and News

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