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ONDER TRACK TEAM 'i
RINGS H-OME TLE,'
AFTER GREA-T-M.EE ' I

ciation of Detroit at the Hotel Tuller. LIIrutv1N o 10'
' l-is topic will be "The Purchasing Pol- r bo4 (#ardI N ot
icy and the Business Cycle". , 'AAVI 'I nii

MICHIGA N
RECORDS

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DACES

NyIN OVER AYRES
lie Fiashes First in Six
and Places in Eight
Out of Ten
ell's 'wonder team" re-
Evanston with a one-j
of 43 1-2. points in th~e
rack meet to its nearest
Linois, withi but 21 1-2.
ines~ decidedly avenged
r's defeat at the hands of1
hel they scored in eight
ents and took six firsts

ants in the per-
Wolverine men
a general excel-
used by fine train- I

the

performance can be picked
te most conspicuous it was
dash in the 880 in which he
indoor Conference record of
lfor , an ,Cppen of North-I
x~ok thie lead -of the~ field _at I
Hattendorf was next, then
Wisconsin, Reinke, and Hi,
Wisconsin, folowing inor
-he beginning of the last lap
had shifted to second place
its had passed Reinke. At
ike started a, sprint that car-
) st the whole field and caus-
wiln a record breaking time
ahead of Telford. At the
'Hattendorf further increas-
olverines' total by sprintingl
aa close third. Reinke and
'f are strong men in corn-
nl form one of the strong-
of which the Wolverines can
year. Vallely took fourtl,
d Wisconsin's only point
A 'Michigan came within an
qualifying in the prelimtin-
;wk*\mile race Isbell's oppon-
ed off at a slow pace but th,
*Lr immediately took the.
runh~iing a speedy'race came
r :econds behind the record
din a time of 9:45 3-.5 With
etition he should have brok-
cord as he finished 20 yards
Scott of Illinois who took
aeand lapped may other
hers. Phelps of Iowa took
Bourke of Chicago to
Davis of Michigan was not
ate as his team mate for he
whfen four-fifths of the race
adwas in third place.
rplaced first in the pole vault
is Illinois rivals Collins and
by leaping 12 feet 6 inches

try, 'went 12 feet for a ?fourth place.
He was however unlucky and sprain-
ed his wrist, an accident which pre-
vented his going higher.
Hfubbard Surprises
Hubbard~'s performance in the 50
yard dash was a dope upset as he
turned in a first when Ayres of Il-
linois was expected to take this
place. After running three heats in
fast time lhe managed to take the fin-+
als in 5 2-5 seconds, tying the record
In this event Captain Burke and Witt-
]man did not fare so well although both1
qualified. Wittmtan tied the record al-
so in one of his heats. Both mcin
failed in the semi-finals.
VanOrden had everything his own
1way in the shot put and took this
event with a put of 43 feet. Hindest
didl well and threw the weight 39 feet
11- inches which is the best put he has
made in competiti'on and which placedj
himn second and added three mor~e!
points to Michigan's fast growing to-
,tal. Schildauer anid Coughlin both of
Illinois too6k third and fourth with
pu~ts of 39 feet 3 1-2 and 39 1 1-2 res-
pectively.
Dope TUpset
The high jump was an upset to dope
as Platten and Donahue of Wiscoxi-
sin failed to show any form and coin-
Ieqjuntly- faled to place. Mac~ElveJ3
took first place with a leap of 6 feet
i3-8 inch'es and Smith also of Michigan
tied with Pence of Pur'due at an inch
lower.
In the relay Michigan's, chances of
placing high were greatly increased
w'hen Fitch of Illinois was knocked
down after he had collided with Brook-
ins of Iowa, who was trying to -pass
him. This forced the Illinois te~am
fromh the race. Michigan however
showed a marked imlrovement over
its former relay races when the '_faizc
anid Blue defeated Chicago, winnerF
of the dual meet three weeks :tack
M~artin ranl an excellent race and
gained on Wilson o'f Iowa, placing Mi
team second.
None of the Wolverines were able
to qualify in the 440 last Friday night
Martin jumpe~d the gun and was set
back three yards which caused him tc
lose his chances of running the-fin-

fals. Hlagen, Northwestern, upset all
expectations- when he finished first
with a time of 52' 3-5 seconds, enough
to defeat Sweet of Illinois and Wil-
son of Iowa,; the latter being expected
to take first place. It is true, how-
ever, that Wilson got a poor start and
if he had made a better getaway j
there might have been a different re-
sult.,
Hubbard Tires
In, the' hurdles HuIbbard was -"offl
form because of the dash he. had run'
off and had to be content with a third.
being defeated by Brickman of Chi-
ca go and Crawford of Iowa. Johnson
of Illinois todk fourth. The last 'man
was expected to take first or second.
The one mile was won by
Krogh of, Chicago as predicted. He
was followed by Noll of Iowa, Wells of
Illinois, and Kilpatrick, Ohio, Michi-
gan's lone runner in this event was
Bowen who placed sixth.' The, time
was 4:31 2-5.
The results of the teams were a4
follows: Michigan 43 1-2, Illinois 21
1-2, Iowa 16 1-2, Chicago 13, North-
western 8, Purdue 4 1-2, Ohio 2, and
Wisconsin 1.
CORNELL f DOOR TRACK MEET
TICKETS ON SALE, TOMORROW
Tickets to the Cornell indoor tracki
meet to be held next Saturday in Wa-
terman gymnasium will be on sale at
the .Athletic association ticket officc
at 9 o'clock tomorrow. morning. As
only a limited' number of tickets for
this meet remain 'the Athletic associa-
tion urges that students buy them imi-
mediately' to insure themselves ad-
mission to the gymnasium. Ticket
will sell for 75 cents each.
Day to Speak IDetrolt
Prof. Edmund 1J. Day, of the ecp.-
nomics department, will speak today
befor~e the Purchasing Agents' asso- -
ATH
THAT °OLD
COAT AND VEST
With New Trousers of the Same
Material and Patterni
Send us a sam~ple or vest of that
old discarded suit. We will
match the goods and make a
new- pair of trousers to your
12easure.
Samples and prices submitted
for your approval.
'LAWRcENCE
Tr6wsors Sct'vico.
842-4 Medinah Bldg., Chicago

Michigan gives the following awards}
for winners in Intramural competi-
tion in the sports, indicated: White
tnumerals and blue jerseys to, winning
teams in major interclass contests of
speed bhll, jasketbail ,anl baseball;
redl numerals and blue jerseys for
winners in minor interclass contests
of swimming, hockey, wrestling, box-}
In g and "bowling; white numerals and
jblue jerseys to winners in major in-
terclass contests 'where individual
} merit is a basis.. Such;awards are
granted in outdoor track to winners o~
three or more points, .and to :the first
five men to place in all-campus cross.
country. Winners of three or more
points: in indoor track receive white
track shirts with a blue band and
white numerals.
Freshman winners receive gold
numerals and are recognized as hav-
ing made a place on the all Fresh
team.

Whether It's
BUTTER or

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Michigan will not be represented at
the Princeton intercollegiate swim-
ming meet to be held at the New Jer-
sey institution on Friday and Satur-
day of this week accordinig to an an~-1
nouncement issued by the Athletic- as-E
sociation yesterday. It was' the hope
of Coach W. $terry Brown, who has
left for a 'few month's stay in Flor-
ida,. that Lyle S. Hubbard, '23, who
smashed to fragments the long stand-
ing Conference mark for the 150 yard
hack stroke and came within three
fifths of -a second of the world inter-
coll egiate record when he won, the
event at the Big Ten meet, 'would be
permitted by the local authorities tc
make the trip. -
The decision denying the jaunt tc
the M1icigan star was made by Prof.
Ralph W. Aigler of the Board in Con-
trol of Athletics. It is thought that'
among the chief reasons for withhold-
ing the necessary permission is the
stand taken on the question of eastern
competition by the univeriyahe-
ic authorities. It is further .brought
out that the eastern meet is in nc
sense of national icharacter and that
inasmuch as the best back stroke time
mad inthe Atlantic section. of tc

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SwiInJf> Le -4rEjaplecvidlence of hs bility i to a
StarOnly.Entry the national record.-
I t-0 P E ELDBEFORE YVA~I:
country this year are far slower than1
even a mediocre perforniance by the
Michigan flash the victory;woul b, Announcement of -an all-ca,
hardy wotlithe trip, save to dlei--gyrnu stic meet to take place the
1onstrate the superiority of the Wes:-t nesdlay before sprin~g vacation
ovcr the East in the tank sport, made by Dr. George A. May, 41:
In this respect file West will fine' of Waternan gymsium .yest(
ample proof of her superi.ority in the afternoon. Four events will b,
probable showing of Breyer of Noi "h - i -ded, work on the parallel bar;
western, the only xwestern entry, w c l-or wntal airs, the si~dehorses
1u1n1131 .g.
won the 40, 20, and 440 yard free - Gue an.i eligible 'to coopet
styles in- the Big Ten meet, tying t only two events, and in -each of
rec 'd Of the formier and hem s dug b e r foum four Ye ~ts 2
by 0 seconds in the latter. B r e iy h 1 im from a -definite list . N u s e p c e o c p t* 4 ,1h n y s _Lt n il e a a d d t h
event in which he is entered, handily. ing -maa i i-each e'vent while the
The chief regret experienced by c rab; alone -will 'be gien to the
tank enthusiasts over the failtire (?o I-r .
the Athletic association to grant her- --_________
mission for Michigan's entry into the I Dc-:n i oydl Speaks ait Vass;
Princeton mieet is that it would have- IDe a A lfro H. Lloyd, of the
been H+ubbard's last oprportunity tc I , seiolw-il-returnl today
lower the national in ark of 1:0: oughlkeepsie, N. Y., where- he -c
IHubbard's~ time of 1:51 and hiis show; (,red the Phi Rota Kappa addre
of reserve stfength at the ful Wh o ras ar college.
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