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VARSITY CA'PTURES
CARNIVAL HONORSl
(Continued from Page One)
utes 13 1-5 seconds. (A New Carnival
record.)
75 yard high' hurdles-Wron by
Johnson, Illinois; second, Hubbard,
Michigan; third, Crawford, Iowa;
fourth, Reahm, Illinois.
75 yard low hurdles--Won by Ril-
ey, Kansas Aggies; second, Hubbard,
Michigan; third, Brickman, Chicago;
fourth, Blanchar'd, Washington Uni-
versity Time :08 2-5.
300 yard dash-Won by Wilson,
Iowa;, second, Lloyd, Nebraska; third,
Hagen, Northwestern;. fourth, Ayers,
Illinois. Tinme-31 4-5.' (New Carn-
ival record.)
1000 yard run-Won by Reinke,
Michigan; second, Kittinger, Missou-
ri; third, Telford, Northwestern;
fourth, 1-attendor, Michigan. Time-
2 minutes, 19 4-5 seconds. (New Carn-
ival record.)
Running high* jump-Won by Poor;
Kansas; McEllven, Michigan;. Smith,.
Michigan; Campbell, Minnesota; Don-
ahue, Wisconsin, and Pence, Purdue,
tied for second, third and fourth.
Height, 6 feet, 1 inch.
Running broad jump-Won by Hub-
bard, Michigan; second, Graham, Kan-
sas; Sweeny,f Illinois; Johnson, Illi-
nois, and Northam, Butler, tied for
third and fourth.' Distance' 33 feet,
3-4 inches. (New Carnival record.)
Pole vault-Won by Brooker, Mich-
igan;. second, Collins, Illinois; third,
McKown, Kansas State Normal;
fourth, Brownell, Illinois. Height-
12 feet 8 1-2 inches.
Shot put-,Won by Van Orden,
Michigan; second,°Lieb, Notre Dame;
third, Ange, Haskell; fourth, Norton,
Kansas ,. Distance-43 feet 1 1-4 in-
ches. (New Carnival record.)
College Relays
Two Mile College Nedley Relay-
Won by Central College of Fayette,
Mo., (Boley, Riegel, Wise; EIlne); sec-
ond, Carlton; third, Cornell; fourth,
Bradley. Timle-8 minutes, 24 2-5
seconds. (New -Carnival 'record.)
Two mnile college relay-Won by
Carlton (Kloderine, Duincan, Thomas,
Naufed) ; second, Monmoufth; third,
Cornell. Time--8 minutes, 25 sec-
onds. (New Carnival record.) Only
three entrants..
One mile college relay-Won' by
Wabash (Knee, Seeny, Vanardel, Rob-
bins) ; second, Butler; Cornell and
Knox tied for third and fourth. Time
-A3 minutes, 24 1-5 seconds.
All-Around ,Chamipioniship
Pole' vault-Won by Norton, Kan-
sas; second, Hammlann, Wisconsin;
third, Mathias,' Illinois ; fourth, Tow-
ler, Minnesota. Height-12 feet, 5;
1-4 intches.
75 yard dash-Won by Hammann,
Wisconsin; second, Norton,' Kansas.;
third, Towler, Minnesota; =fourth,
Mathias,' Illinois. Time-:08 1-5.
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Shot Put-Won by Norton, Kansas;
second, Mammann, Wisconsin; third,
Towler, Minnesota;: fourth, Mathias,
Illinois.. Distance-40 feet.
High ,jump-Won by Norton, Kan-
sas; second, Towler, Minnesota; third,
Mathias, Illinois, fourth, HammaunA,
Wisconsin. Height-5 feet, 10 3-4
inches.
75 yard high hurdles-Won by Tow-
ler, Minnesota; second, Norton, Kan-
sas; third, Hammanin, Wisconsin;
fourth, Mathias, Illinois. Time-:10
2-5.'
Broad jump-Won by Hammann,
Wisconsin; second, Norton, Kansas;
third, Towler, Minnesota; fourth,
Mathias, Illinois. Distance-21 feet,.
2 3-8 inches.
1,000 yard run-Won by Towler,
Minnesota; second, Hammann, "Wis-
consin, Mathias Illinois; fourth, Nor-
ton, Kansas. Time-2 minutes, 21 3-5
seconds.
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1 the tIII flhe relay with' ase. Theresuts: IJQtraplaayItmsthe Episcopals for the champion-
I li 5 Plunge forditne won by Kearls SI i )OICI OIOTWngu i
bSWL vI MM RLB (M); Brown dAistance, Hubbard iWaterman gymnaium on the main M C I A
(Mthird; distance, 59 1-2 feet; 40 All teams entered in the all-campusj court. RECORD
O~ O~ ICVjVan Npei() cur~l ur M4 note± the fact tht all frst round chaionship of the Society b}<skect-
Nopen(A) siumi;Vapre(M ~matches must be completed and the ,lleo
third: time, 22; 60 yard back strok~ esutn coe und nb 'clock, league, as they have won all of -
reContinnuedrefrornedageby1) oembers
(Coninud fom age1) on by Hubbard (M), Hyde (M); sec- Wednesay, Mar. 7. Ol two of the; their ,games. Individualmebr of From 1887 until 1909 .Michigan and
Michigan scoredi first and secondl inI ond; Kiefaber (A), third; °time, 41:1; scheduled eight matches have been> the chamninonl' aggregation will Notre Dame clashed in eight football
the 220 yard free style, the 60 yard 60 yard breast stroke, won by Miel- I played. b given basketball charms by thei games. Michigan won seven of these
breast stroke, and the 60 yard back ziner (M) ; Hanson (M), second; c- Fraternities enteredI in the wrest Intramural department, with a total 'of 114 points as opposed
stroke. Hubbard and Papenguth left ermuan (A), third; tne, 32:2; fancy. C to the Catholics' ,3. Notre Dame
the rest of the field far behind in the! diviwg, won by Kiefaber (A) ; Papen- lin tornamnm'ileco1pteof theseThe markersrund in 1909de
ows tomorrow nigt a aermai. 4 iendent basketball league will be jmd 1o hs'mres i J
'former, the leading Michigan starl guth (M), second; Mildner (M), third; -he h ea ihga 13
lapping the second M. A. C. performer.} 100 yard free style, won by Van Np- I ymnaslum: at 7 o'clock Kappa Beta layed ff.durng the oursepfha;iat__7:30
Mielziner and' Hanson, as was ex- pen (A) ; Vaupre (M), second; iggs Ps(s iK~~aApa t73 week, the schedule depending upo,!
tpeted rondl truncd te Frme~ A),thid; ime1:3 22 yad feoo'clock, Phi Delta Theta vs. LambdaI the availaleness of the courts in The first Michigan football game on
breast stroke wile Hubbard andstyle, y~on byHubbard (M); Papen-~ Chi Alpha; at S o'clock, Phi Kappasl! Waterman gymnasium. , The first of rcr si 88wt aieClee
besstoemen, wieHbadad tl, a ykMichianwn-2 It'sthou
Hyde performed a similar feat in the guth (M), second; Brown (A), third; Sigma vs. Delta Chi; at 8:30 oclock, these rounds will be played tomorrow gnwoI-2 t]ajheoh
I bak srok eynt.tim 2:6:3;rely, on y MchianSeta Theta Pi vs. Kappa Nu. Teams night as fllows: at & o'clock, court game of the' year.
Hubbard, with a pair of -frsts and (Hyde, Hubbard, Vaupre, Smith) ; f should$ report promptly. 1, Adamns vs. Harkey; court 2, Galen-
a third, was the outstanding Michi- time, 1:28:3. Final score, Michigan Because of a tie in the standings in ter vs. Sachowat; court 3, Livingston Have you read the "Daily Classifed
gan star. Ili the back stroke and 220 48, M A. C. 20. }~ the Church league, the Catholics wily~ vs. Raymoin. Column" yet today?-Adv.
he was never headed and, plunging
in competition for the first time in his _________________________________________
career, took, third from Riggs of M.I
A. C, Kearns winning the event. Cap-
tain Smith would have had two firsts.
to his credit bad his win in the 10Q _
yard free style been allowed, for hie I
defeated Van Noppen for first place
in the 40 yard event Michigan won7. /

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