THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FOR CONFERENCE MEET
CHARLES A. DEAN WILL ACT
REFEREE WITH C. A. WIL-
Alilmni returning to the University of
Iowa. commencement may also take
advantage of the reduced fare. Blanks
entitling the holder to receive the re-
duced round trip rate may be secured
Kipon application to H. H. Jones, Iowa
athletic director, and will be honored
uion presentation at any railroad tic-
ket office. Tickets ;may be purchased
between May 30 and June 3 with a re-
turn limit of June 9.
Reserved seats for the meet are on
sale at $2 for the best seats and $1.50
for others. General admission will be
$I. Seats may be secured by address-
ing Mr. Jones.
ing the past few days of good weather.
By virtue of his wins over G. Jerome
and R. Reason, Dunakin has reached
the finals in the All-campus tennis
singles. Jonesthas reached thetsemi-
finals and will play the winner of the
In the interfraternity tennis singles,
Delta Upsilon will play Alpha Sigma
Phi, and Psi Upsilon will meet Zeta
Good weather should see all tennis
matches finished this week. All horse-
shoe matches must also be finished by
the end of the week.
June 2-3 - Western Conference
championships at Iowa City, Iowa.
June 17-National Collegite Athletic
association meet at Chicago.r
May 25-26-27 - Conference cham-
pionship at Chicago.
May 29-Minnesota at Minneapolis.
May 30-Wisconsin at Madison.
June 3-Chicago at Chicago.
Sigma Xi Initiates Tomorrow the Union, when 53 senior
The annual initiation to Sigma Xi, taken into the organization.'
national scientific honor society, will be a banquet immediately
be held at 6:15 o'clock Friday night in the initiation.
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(Special to The Daily)
Iowa City, Ia., May 24.-Charles A.
Dean of Chicago, is officially announc-
ed as referee and Charles H. Wilson of
Joliet as starter, for the 22nd annual
track and field meet of the Intercolleg-
iate Conference Athletic association
which will beheld .at the University of
Iowa, June 2 and 3.
Both Widely Known
Both officials, between whom the
actual conduct of the meet will be
largely controfled, are widely known in
athletic circles. Mr. Dean is the pres-
ent manager of the Illinois Athletic
club, and former national president of
the American Athletic union. Mr. Wil-
son, the superintendent of the Joliet
Steel club, was formerly a member of
the-coaching staff at Princeton, Pur-
due, and Wisconsin.,- Thy complete list
of officials, nunIbering nearly,50, all
of whom will be brought from Chicago
and vicinity to run the meet is expect-
ed to be announced within a day or
Special Railroad Rates
With a special railroad rate of fare
and a half for'the round trip granted
to competing teams and visitors at the
meet an unusually large crowd is ex-
pected to be on hand to watch the
cream of western track stars com-
pete at their top form of the season.
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In order that awards may be made
before theoclose of the year, it is abso-
lutely necessary that all men who made
3 points or more in the interclass track
meet report at the intramural office
in the Press building at once and leave
sizes of jerseys. Jerseys will be given
to all who made five points and track
shirts to those whd made at least
With O'Hara pitching wonderful
ball, the dents beat the medics 7 to 3
for the interclass baseball champion-
ship. 'For second place, the medics
will play the fresh laws this afternoon.
Deng beat Taumen 4 to 1 in the
semi-finals of the independent baseball
league. Deng will play Peterson Fri-
day at 4:15 for the independent cham-
Tenni's made excellent headway dur-
May 27-Chicago at Ann Arbor.
May 29-Wisconsin at Ann Arbor.
June 3-Ohio State at Ann Arbor.
June 16-Alumni game at Ann Ar-
June 17-National Collegiate Athlet-
ic association meets at Chicago.
May 30-Notre Dame at South Bend,
May 26-27- Michigan interscholastic
at Ann Arbor.
May 27-Northwestern at Ann
May 29-Chicago at Chicago.
June 19--Western Conference
tournament at Chicago.
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