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football coach and assistant director
of intercollegiate athletics at Mich-
igan.

On Ferry Field Today
in the 1909 meet that he threw the
of weight 170 feet, 3 inches - a mark
which has never been reached since.
ec- Just two years before Koehler set
for his record for the hammer 'throw, Joe
of Horner, then a member of a Grand
eat Rapids High school track team, and
on- later a Michigan track man, set a
ade record for the 12 pound shot put when
gan he put the weight just 50 feet and 4
of inches.

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BASEBALL
At Home

arter,
High
yard

:nooi meet
This time,
fa second
as estab-'
surely de-
men whol
ve to step
listed as1

s threel
neets at
f Lewis

Fast Time in Half
Just one second from the James E.
Meredith's national record is the time
held as record for the 880 yard race
here. This mark is 1:56, and was
set by Spink in 1914, when he ca-
vorted as a University High school
star from Chicago.sThe Meredith
record, which is 1:55 for this event,'
was set at Mercersburg academy two
years previous to Spink's perform-
ance here.
In the meet six years ago Frank
Loomis and Sherman Landers, two
great prep school athletes, came here
from Oregon, Illinois, with a great list
of records behind them. They were
feared by all, and it was right that
they should have been for these two
men garnered enough points to take
the honors of the meet away with
them. And, while so doing, Loomis
set a record in the 120 yard high hur-
dies when he stepped them in I5 4-5
seconds. That same year Allman, of
Urbana High school, set a record for
the disdus throw when he tossed the
"plate" 130 feet.
The 220 low hurdles' record is held
by C.. Corey of Chicago University
High. The time was 24 2-5 seconds,
and is recognized as a national in-
terscholastic record. This record
was set in the 1913 meet.
The records in the other events are:
two mile run-10 min. 10 3-5 sec. set
in 1909 by Mann of Muskegon; high
jump-6 feet, 1 1-4 inches set in 1906
by Cook of Chillicothe; pole vault-
12 feet 5-8 inch, made in 1913 by Foss
of University High of Chicago; and
half mile relay, 1 min, 33 1-5 sec.
Read Michigan Daily Ads and you
will buy wisely.-Adv'

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-
bor.
June 17-National Collegiate Athlet-
ic association meets at Chicago.
Abroad
May 30--Notre Dame at South Bend,
Ind.
TRACK
At Home
May 26-27-rMichigan interscholastlc
at Ann Arbor.
Abroad
June 2-3 - Western Conference
championships at Iowa City, Iowa.
June 17-National Collegite Athletic
association meet at Chicago.
TENNIS
Abroad'
May 25-26-27 - Conference cham-
pionship at Chicago.
May 29-Minnesota at Minneapolis.
May 30--Wisconsin at Madison.
June 3-Chicago at Chicago.

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328. South Main Street;

New Arrivals
For Decoration Day
SMART SPORTS HATS

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INTERLOCUTOR:
ing, Rastus?

How are you this

ENDMAN: Likq a bottle of grape juice
a raisin in it.
INTERLOCUTOR: How's thyat?
ENDMAN: Ready to bubble over!

& HINTZ

e, as stated in
which time it
e High school,
listance off in
is the newestj
chigan meets.,
e called on to!
ed if they are
50 2-5 seconds,
This time is
1916 by Larry
ie track cap-
led for Short-!
idianapolis.
mber of the
Lansing High
;k captain here
record for the
r. It was back

GEORGE LITTLE, PRESENT DIREC-
tor of athletics at Miami university,I
who has been appointed assistant

GOLF
At Home
May 27-Northwestern at Ann
bar. Abroad
May 29-Chicago atChicago.
June 19-Western Conference
tournament at Chicago.

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golf

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AMERICAN LEGI

200 STUDENTS

mnsre

IX LUNCH Made Up
me-made Goodies

For special summer work. We have convinced
others big money can be made by following in-
structiois and working. Not one of our men is
making less than 500 dollars per month. Women
also may qualify. Get in touch with us imme-
diately and let us convince you. We have a
special proposition for instructors.

STEWART & FRY

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Auditorium

2620-M

2760 Third Ave,

Detroit, Mich.

's Delicatessen
19 E, LIBERTY

May

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THIS
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CLOSES
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proposition call
ny day this com-
Jickels' Arcade.
168-21
ed cooks. laun-

MISCELLANEOUS
SUMMER QOTTAGE- Young couple,
high school teachers, wish to trade
even. Furnished cottage at Black
Lake, Holland, Mich., for home here
for summer.. - Inquire Post, Phone
1058-M. 172-3
NOTICE-The two young lady stu-
dents that called at 925 Church St.,

ood wages.'
ening or all

Wednesday
1826-W.

P. M., please call
173

ask for Mrs. Yerex. 172-2
D - First class head took.
be evceptionally fine. Woman
red. Highest wages. Address.
ewey, South Haven, Michigan.
- 173-2
D-To show you a pen that,
run dry in the middle of an
At College Inn. Rider's Pen
, 308 S. State St. 169-21
}D--By Junior and Senior, a
room for next year. Address
A., in care of Daily. 173-3
!D-To Rent-House suitable
orority. Must accommodate 25
Call 2949. 173-3
LOST
Leather notebook, Thursday
ng, near Engineering. Bldg.
inside front cover. Will find-
ase call Parks, 558 or 960.
173-2'
Jeweled Alpha Omicron Pi Pin
campus. Reward. Call W. L.
r, 2949. 173-3
On campus, pair glasses in
black leather case. Call
1. 173

MANUSCRIPTS accurately typewrit-
ten by experienced typist. Biddle's
Book Store, 11 Nickel's Arcade.
155-21
P'. NORMANTON BILBIE, teacher of
Violin, Piano, Harmony. Studio, 307
N. Main Street. Phone 611-M. 170-21
FINE COLLECTION of old violins,
bought in Europe, to be seen even-
ings, 307 N. Main St. 169-21
TYPEWRITING - Theses typed and
neatly bound. Accuracy guaranteed.
1443-M. Miss Clark. 171-3
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-To Summer students 3
suites, two single rooms; very well
furnished. One block from the Cam-
pus. Rent reasonabler Inquire 230
Nickels' Arcade. 173-21
FOR RENT - Rooms for Summer
School. Well furnished and well
ventilated. Attractive neighborhood.
710 East Ann St. Phone 71-M. 173-6
FOR RENT-- Modern apartment for
summier. Cool, desirable location.
Entire second floor. Reasonable.
Phone 1255-R. 171-3
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment, for
summer months. Call 2927-M. 170-6
FOR 8AL3
FOR SALE - Portable Stewart Vic-
trola; in excellent condition. Reas-
onable. Call 2236-J. 173
FOR SALE-- Excelsior Motorcycle.
Perfect condition. A bargain. Call
783. 173

its tme o pu
our cool Cloi
Palm Beach, mohair, gabardine,
steds and the other summe r fabi
now. They form one of the most
plays we have ever made of
KUPPENHEI
Air-O-Weave Suit
You'll like them because they will really keep you coo
are as stylish, and as well tailored, as other Kuppen he
for men and young men.
N. F. 'LLEN
211 SOUTH MAIN S'
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ri Delta Sorority Pin.
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