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x~lelolo%,~s R4yas Furnish Srpria es
Wt1i. t~i~ins Scorijt j
62 ,1'oints
(,IJW& : 1 A1I) WLVtlERI1 FI'S
Michigan's two greatest rivals
clashed in a dual 'Meet "last Saturday
when Illinois' track team with most
of ,its slated ' winners. coming through
and scoring surprise victories in other
events defeated the strong Iowa teamn
by a score f 362 1-2 to 41 1-2 in the
first'home dual meet of the season atf
the,1Illinois Armory.
When. the Illni team copped seven
firsts out of. twelve events and. had
two place winners in all except the
440" and 75yad .dpis it proved coe-
lusively,tlAt. the Wolverines have tc
fear; Harri'A~ Gll's wll-rounded tean
"more than apy other they will face
next .Saturday.
"'IIti Broad iJumpn Out
Iowa won the mile, low hurdles, 440
broad jtnti; sand "the mie relay*."In
:Wilson "Iowa has the fastest 440. man
in the Confe nce..11rooins won the
low hurdles with Johnson of IllinoisI
comirng in second. The "time was :0£.
2-5. Iowa placed Jones in first place
in the broad jump with a leap of 22
feet 41-8 inchos. It should be notied
that Illinois lost both the low hurdles
and the broad jump which will not b
run .off in tl~e coming indoor Confer-
ence meet at Evanston. Because o;
this Gill's team will be greatly streng-
threned while Coach Farrells team will
receive a. severe blow as it will lose
many valuable points that would have
been gained, in: these events.
Illini Strong In Vault
The Ii4ans have develped an-
other vaulter in McHose who hs im-
prov'ed from a mediocre jumper to a
12 root. man. MvcHose tied for secondC
andJthird: place with Brownll. Col-
lins ,vaulted 12 feet 3 inches for first,
place. In" these three vaulters Illi-
nois has at source of potential point-
Ares of Illinois defeated Brookinst
in the.75 yard, event without much di-
ficulty, turning in a time o' :07 4-5k
Johnson also ,of theIlini squad rved
himci*.4p to lis usual form and ra;,
the' t cks in : 0*4=5 defeating his team
mate Rehm,
ft-w eye Weak In ield
Iowa proved to be woefully weak in
the.fiid events by taking only one
fls.and one second; Jones first in
the broad jump and Morrow second in
the same jump. In Hall, Gill has found
a_Nw high jumper who took first
place with a leap of 5 feet 11 1-2 inch-
es., If this man can raise his mar;.
by, a slight fraction he will be able tog
gain a point or two in the Conference
nfeet. Schildauer of the Illini team
threW the shot 40 feet s 1-2 inches
whiich is. good enough to. make him
place in the shot at Evanston.
Ivirzulo of the Illinois delegation
,ran 'a pretty race in the two mile, out-
st~y~ng° Phelps who ateffpted to
sprint past him, and turned in a timeII
of 9,minutes and 54 3-5 seconds.
Sp-mmaries as follows:
Pole vault-won by Collins, Illinois;
A olose, Illinois, second; Brownell
IMliiis, and Meder, Iowa, tied for
third. Height-12 feet, 3 inches.
75 ,yard dash-wvon by Ayres, Illi-
nois; Brookins, Iowa, second; Coulter
Iowa, third. Time-:07 4-5.
75 yard hurdles-won by Johnson.
Illinois; Rehm~ Illinois, second; Craw-,
ford; Iowa, third. Time-:O09 4-5. p
Mile run-won by Noll, Iowa; Wells,
Illinpis, second; Pattison, Illinois'
third. Time-4 t30 4-5.(
lhot put-won' by Schildauer, II- 6
npis;. Coughlin, Illinois, second;
Dame, Iowa, third. Distance-40 feet
8 1-2 inches.
7k. yard, hurdles-won by Brookins1
14w1a Johnson, Illinois, second; Rehm
IR~iis, third. -Time-:08 2-5.
" ay is "V9'Day.
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Is what you get

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2. A musical treat.
1 A help to Cosmopoli-

Running high, jump-won' by Flint;
Illinois; -Klindt, Iowa, second; Wright
and Smith, Illinois, tied. for third.
'Height-5 feet, 11 1-2 inches.
880 yard run-w- on by Hall, Illinois;
Morrow, Iowa, second; Meiher, Illi-
nois, third. Time-2: 00 1-5.
440 yard run-won by Wilson, Iowa;
Sweet, Illinois, second.; Coulter, Iowa;
third. Time-: 51
Running broad jump-won by Jones.
Iowa; Sweeney, Illinois, second; John-
son,, Illinois, third. Distance-22 feet.
4,14-8 inches.'
Two mile °run-won by Marzulo, Il-
linois; Phelps, Iowa, second; Scott:
Illinois, third. 'Time-2: 54, 3-5.
Mile relay-won b~y Iowa (Coulter
Noll,, Brookins, Wilson). Time-3 :26
Vi Ten Standings

Michigan's Varsity track team has ,-
won 10 out of the 17 Western' Confer-
ence meets that it has entered. II
has also won 22 and lost 6 dual meets'
with the other members of the Big
Last year Coach Yost started his
school of coaching in connection witht
the four year course in physical edu-
cation. In his first year coaches at-1
tended the school from 28 differentt
states from Boston to San Francisco..
In the year 1921-22, 7,252 students 't
in the University participated in some
form of athletics. Of this number1
1,000 were candidates for Varsity or1
freshmen teams and 6,252 engaged inI
Intramural and informal games andIc
Miller Inijures Ankle
"Red" Miller received a badlyjt
sprained ankle, yesterday afternoon I
while practigng with Coach Little'st
football' class. It is thought that it
will not keep him out of, spring prac-
tice but it will prevent his doing work
to keep in condition before the "prac-t
tice starts.'

,- : of several informal indoor baseb)all,
tra k, and tennis gamzes, as well as the
interclass and interfraternity ,,ontests
inteesot.Evr fen-nthe
'TEN. SWIM T MO R W_ T HCA O EARMETTO HVE lentire fidwillb1 e thrown open to the
PflflflTP practice fields for Varsity and feh
1Lcet to be Concluded Tomorrow Night level lie has maintained for the past EUGE "ruWant. to see a large niumber of
' lthiFinial hiiAlltoweshi n s'nsaceti- ENIUVEfreshmen on the field every day," said
Events t rH wll -;E FORT MAi)E D _30l;d'L' t; I e ~cfreshman ypinasium mentor.
{yliwilrun into sonic stiff corn- "Jut becuse te re'ired lasse wil
petition, particularly frorm the North- i Jstbcas te"'eqiedcase wl
S)1T, EA,~NS, IPAE sm"1 HI, wstrn Wisconsin, adCiaodv have stopped meeting we do not want"
1UJBBARD1) A-NSON MAK.1E TRIP ors, but looks more than good for a "vi<for<il emaetiya the men to go without any exersice,"
place. ! to enicourage freshmen and all othzers:
Five men will represent Michigan at Kearns, in the plunige, is on even to particip;ate in outdoor sprillg ath-= Vai~t .; Golfers to M31"1
the Big Ten swimming meet, to be terms with practically every long (dist- letics aft ,r the regular gymnasiim i1All Varsity golf) candidates. are to
held tomporrow and Friday nights in ance coaster in the Big Tfen, with the class work has come to a close" said meet_ within the nes.t few weeks at the
th le 'tUniversity of Chicago pool, acr;exception of Captain Taylor of Illini- Dr. George A. May, director of Water- Uion wtiith Prof. Thomas. C. True-
ing, to a statemient by Coach W. Sterry ;ois, who is conceded a victory. The mnan gymnnasium, when mentioning the blood, of the ibublic speaking depart-
Brown~yesterday. The Wolverine quirt- remaining laces will 'depend on howa roga fte hscleuctoae ent, and Carleton F. Wells, instruc.-
tet, which is made up of Captain Smiith, the men perform, for all are thought p)artment for this semester.toinrercadoenolchm
Hubbard, Papenguth, Kearns, and to be evenly matched. Doctor May desires to see all thei pion of the state. Plans will be form-
Hanson, will be accompanied by Coach Pehpmh tageto h li e n of the University getting regular.I ulated for the coming season,
Brown, and Manager Elliott and will aPeruhapte strongeist oflthe Miejoudrexcseuin fe pig
leave at 1:2.3 o'clock Central time, to- the Ble'ropacofHua fr place ln otorexrie uin hFsrn
day oerth MihianCetra. hepeforane f ubbiA' howil 'moth.Fer field will be the scene Today is "M" Day.
day ovr te Mchian ental. swrim the 150 yard back stroke. Hlub-'; -
Eliminations. are on the card at 8 E --y-
o'clck o~iorrw nihtwit fialsbard's best time, made in practice yes-'
slated for the name. time on Friday.tdameeedsfthe yfasty erligten
Coach Brown hopes to qualify all ofda et fteyerb eal w
the lve me enere, ad atri o'seconds;. and if the little Michigan
pdlrcan, keel,- up to this standard
thenm look to be certain appearances ii n coptinhesul, rvdd
the finals with the remaining two sncmeiinh hud plash-dd
granted more than an even, chance., noeoNhAte oneecl(m i
essrnasupie vi hm InSeveral men, who would stand .a bare ierstsprigasrrssi
chance of qualifying, will not make the fis lace. FJ
trip. Although but five men will perform -"
Captain Smith will take off in, the for Michigan against other teams thiat O G A NiX!E D 1863
100 yard free style ,for the Maize and will aggregate from 10 to 18 conipeti-
blue. The Varsity leader is given bu t tors, Coach B~rown is not pessimistic
slight;, consideration for a place in the over the probable outcomec. Michigan,
finals, hut 'his work has been improv- of courxse, has no chance to cop first,E
ing rapidly and he may throw a sur- or even second, third, or fourth. Con-' N
prise. into the dopesters' ring. Han- sequently the 'Wolverines are not en-
son, swimming in the 200 yard breast tering with any hopes for the glory:
stroke, is also conceded a possibility of E of a. high score. A creditable showing j
being up among the winners of the will not mean the winning of severalt
prelims and a fair show of counting event:, lbut 'rather, according to the
among. the first four inth finals. Wolverine mentor, the pushing of oth-
Str ong" in Diving er Bg Tnsimro h ii.: OLD EST BANK IN ANIN ARBOR ....:
Michigan's greatest hopes, however,oth, aonferellpcesimingaphin yOLDEST NATIONAL ,BANK IN MICHIGAN
lie in the star; trio of Papenguth, diver", nteC frncswmig apn
Kearns, plunger, and H'Jubard, back its first year of competition.
stroke' man. If the former can keep-)-
his intricate twisting dives up to the Today is " ' Da:y. _________________________________

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~Iowa ............. 1I1 1
Wisconsin ........11 1
SMichigan............. 8 4
Illinois. ..............72 5
Purdue ... .......6 5
Chicago ........ .....-. 66
Indiana ............... 5 6
Northwestern ..........'9
Ohio State ........... 1 11
Minnesota ... .......1 11



Wisconsin tied Iowa for the West-
ern Conference basketball, title Mon-
day night by defeating Indiana 35 to
17 in the final. game of the season forl
the Badgers. The only remaining
game in the Big Ten is that between'
Purdue and Indiana Wednesday ev-
enin g.
Have you read the "Daily Classified
Column" yet today?-Adv.
Today is "iV' Day.
i ~Siiokinjg is a ha bit,. for I
0 tlle iiost part pleasing and .
nior-hariful. All popular I
ran s carried at stand- an r c s N o I n - h t.J'e s c n q iksr e j o e w t
rtw ry tock randyu ick A"
Today is "N"' Day.1

S Sophomores, wishing to try outj
for the position of Intersclholastic
manager are requested to report
Ito Manager Harold Frie~dman at
Ithe office of the Athletic associ-
Iation today between 2 and 4 o'-
Lose something? A classified in.
classified ad will sell it for you--Adv.
Today is "1W' Day. f
OT so many years ago
ourselvs wer under-
graduates) the collej student
was a hoodlum. Today he's as
S conservativ as can be-but
S with definite expression of
his individuality none the less.
Witness, John Ward, Shoes.
They at, made to meet the
tastes of coliej men: dignified,
but carrying a note of real
The John Ward representativ
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