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Detroit Eastern High School Wins




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Hi5s Secs"Prove MINNESOTA 0 0
No Handicap Toay MICHIGAN 2 2


00 0 0 oo xx 3 54a THREE PLACES IN ANN


nthi With



eDaily j
seventht eon-
-tory y de-.
his afternooni
vo da3-s. The
place in the
seven gamnes
A sun follow,
hat shadowed-
ag, with the
and dry and!
ity, made to-
* Coach Wat-
mced that he
tlAe mound in
ie series with-
Ray FisherI
e wee, port-j

Edward Gibson
Michiigan pitcher whose effective
hurling prevented Minnesota from en-
dangering the Wolverines' early lead.

schoice. The Mich Sixth inning:. Minnesota--Hartfleld
ad gai th abenc jout, Haggerty to Shackleford. Grist-
zthe receiving posi-
4ked in his stead. gau flied out to Shackleford. Rumbil
romnptly at four d'-; out to Shackleford unassisted. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
J~vLL11~bJL4.U1~# Michigan-Paper flied out to Friedil.'
Shackleford. My-
'Shackleford. Foote! Swanson singled to center. Gibson
ckleford. No runs, singled to center. Uteritz walked.
. filling the bases. Xlpke walked fore-
tz (walked. KiCpke hag hn Swanson. Ash walked forcinig
poor throw to first. Y
inced to third and in Gibson. Shackleford flied out to
Ay. Ash singled' Bros, Uteritz scoring on throw in,
e line scoring Uter- Kipke taking third. Haggerty out,
,h out stealing sec- Muskovi~ch to Anderson. Three runs,
out, Muskovitch to,
aven walked. Kleinj to hits, no errors.
ovitch. Two runs, Seventh inning: Minnesota-Myrum,
Minnsot - Bos;flied out to Kipke. Foote doubled to
to Shackleford.center. Bros hit by pitcher. Friedl hit
Bovn t Shckl-'a home run to right field, scoring
B opedtouthatkle Foote and Tiros ahead of him. Alusko-
it nopdorus i vitch flied out to 1Haggerty. Three
tuns, two hits, no errors.
Michigan-Paper Michigan-.-McMurphy replaces Mus-
igh fly to Mlyrui. kovitch at second. Kline walked.
iinfield hit. Gibson Paper doubled to center, Kline going
schoice. Swanson to third. Karnz replaces Blar 5eid on
Dot. Uteritz singled mound for M2innesota. Swanson safe'
eke singled to left. onl Foote's error, Kline scoring, Paper
e on the throw in. taking third. Gibson out M'yrum to
scored, Kipke tak- A4nderson, Paper scoring and Swanson
nted out, HartfieldI taking third on the play. Uterit'z
runs, two hits, and knocked a sacrifice fly to Friedl sr.r
lug Swanson. Kipke out, Franz tol
Minnesota-Ander- IAnldersonl. three runs, one hit, onte
Lt center. Hartfield error.I
made a beautifulf Eighth inning: Minnesota-KranzI
's long fly to leftI out, Uteritz to Shackleford. Cristgaut
i'.took second on out Klein. Rumbil beat out an infield
bai. Rumbil singled! hit. Myrum out, Uteritz to Shackle-
ipke recovered the! ford. No runs, one hit, no errors.
Paper to head An- Michigan-Ash flied out to Friedl.
me. Paper thirew to Shackleford out, Myrunm to ,Anderson.
it Rumbil when Ire Haggerty out to Anderson; unassisted.
seconci. 'No runs, No runs, no hits, no errors.
rs. Ninth inning:' Minnesota-Footej
leford singled to flied ount to Kipke. Bros fanned. Friedl'
A took second when out, Uteritz to Shackleford. No runs,

TO ]BEsT HUIGH 5(11001
11U L 1IAT1 ION lSk
Tapping and( Stahl Address Editors;
Next Year's Officers
Closing the second annual conven-
tion of the Michigan Press associa-
tion, more thian 250 highi school editors
were given a banquet at 1 :30 o'clock.
this afternoon at Lane Hall. The re-
sults of the competitive contest aniong
the high school publications were an-
nounced at the affair.
The Michigan Daily cup was award-
ed Grand Rapids Union high s;cholol
for the best monthly publication, the
Anni Arbor Timges News cup to "The
Port Huron Student" for tihe best an-
nual, and the Detroit, News cup to De-
troit Central high school for the best
Certificates Awairded
Certificates were awarded the high
schiools having the best publications In
classes according to enrollment. Mus"-
kegon high school,'was presented a
certificate for the best annual in class
A and the Royal Oak high school for

Tack taTOSS
First: Detroit Elastern . . .25 1-2
Fecond : Detro it Northw~estern ,22
Ihrd: Detroit Northern .17 uI'
FFourth: Lansing .......16 1-2
Sixth: Ann Arbor........... 10 1-2
{Seventh: Detroit Central .......9 1-2
Egt:Cleveland Glenville. ...-
Ninth: Highland Park........7 1-2 TTVDENTS :ENTER HISTORICI
Tenth:: Saginaw Eastern ..........7. 1!OJL,W 1WITH IBAN])'
Eleventh: Jackgon.... ..... 1-2 AT 7:30
Twelfth: Muskegon........... .6
Th irteenth:t Battle creek .......4 BURN POTS ;TO TUNS
Foaurteenth: Howardl City....2 1-2 OF WHERE OH WHERE"
Fifteenth ,: Kalamazoo, Detroit

EILN, 25) 1 TO 22; LAN-
; ~ING FOURTh111
Loete, Sa+ naw ,Arthur liI, anad
Two Firsts Each


!Southastern, anid LaGrange,,
Illiniois............... .......2
sixteenth; Adrian ....
Seventeenth: Marine City ......... 1-2
Choral Union and Chaie*ugo Smphonyr
I FUnder Stock, to Per.

H1enderson, Yost. WhIite, 'NeFarland
Sp'eak; Wilson Leads
"Where, Oh *Where, Are The Verdant
Frcshnmen-once more this song
,reverberated through the hills of
Sldepy Hollow when for the eighteenth
time freshmen last night .threw. their
pots into the blaze which signifiedj
their passing into ,the sophomore
class. Thus was honored one of the
most ancient and sacred of Michig;an
Hollow Crowded
Lon~g before the arrival orthe!
classes the natural amphitheater was
becoming filled with spectators who
seated themselves on the edge of the
hills overlooking the Huron valley.

By . 1 illlamRU1itch sing) tied
P'resenting a well-balanced and j 3 inches.
smoothly working track team, Detroit Half mi
Eastern high school' captured first first, Lans
place in the twenty-third annual inter- Glenville t
scholastic track and field meet this af- Time 1:34.
I enon on Ferry Field with a total
oef 25r 1-2 points.
Closely following the winner was ,gargy
Detroit Northwestern with 22 points. ,
These two schools were running closo 1TO .
through the entire affair and both
teams took cognizance of the fact that! B
second, third, and fourth places are B
extremely big elements in winning a Brilliant
meet. Last year the twoscol were wok n
tied for first place. Detroit -Northern DAILY a
came third today with 17 points and goyle this
Lansing High fourth with 16 1-2. De-j The gargo:
troit Northern won a leg on the relay at the star
cup by taking the hialf mile relay main- jesters see
l v through the work of Hester, star
dash mlan, who in addition took firstl were absol
second fr
in the, 100 and 220 yard dashes. The scn r
half mile proved the feature of the 'the, news
afternoon when Brown of Detroit till the beI
!Eastern passed Hart of Saginaw Ar-j he gracefu
thlur Hill on the homne stretch and former sta
turned in tihe fast time of 2.03. Lo- aaer
vette of Saginaw Arthur Hill broke ;atheglry.
the only record to fall during the af- c lined the
ternoon when he hurled the javelin a! Favrot, wh
distance of 155 feet 4 inches. The for-1 Same brill
mer record was 144 feet 8 inches. 'begun. Hot
made last year by Barnum (Parkers- for the wa
burg, W. Va.) ht ~cn

(Detroit Gentr,
jHeight 5 feet 1
IHamimer thro
Eastern) first, C
western) seco
Northern) third
tral) fourth.
Pole' vault--C
first, Thorce (11
Nielson (MuskG
ncr (Marine Ci

Ifor 1
lile Ire
ising I



The thirtieth annual MN'ay Festival
will be brought to a close by a con-
(cert' performance .of Saint-Saens' bib-
lical opera, "SamSon and Delilah" at 8'
o'clock tonight in Hill auditorium. A
cast of distinguished artists will singa
the solo roles, while. the Choral Un-
ion and the Chicago Symphony orches-a
tfa under Mr. Frederick A. Stock will]


T" the hollow was the bonfire stackedj1
high with wood and the speakers'
stand decked out in gala colors and
equipped with anl electric loud speak-:
ing amplifier. This device was somve- 1
thing new tried. out at this Cap Night I

.lly a
tar flii
10 finl
muse, Ni
ags, h'U

LIeu~ i .iiLdbB I~furnish the choral and orchiestr'al por-i due to the inability of everyone to DAILYsat1
monthly publications Grand Rapids, (Dt100-yardrn
Central received the certificate: class in ftesoe erlstya.ds-etr (eri and often. lbo
CMseo.Hihs ntewel atAt 7:30. o'clock the procession of Northern) first, Otto (Jackson) secondlC ukgn Hihs i hewel at opening in the
conpeitin or las AHihlad arkI amsn-haresMarhal.students .entered, the' hollowv. They Boyd (Detroit. Southeastern) third, way for Ty'vSe
1 cmptitonforclssA HghandPak Smsn-haresMarlhlLwere ushered in by the Varsity band, H enson (Lansing) fourth. Time 10.2. h eoda
high choo recivedthe ertiicate I Dlila-Jeane Grdon the seniors, soon !to depart into the 120 yard high hurdles-Stargur AustnF
clas BSagnawArtur ill Incoy 1-ighPrist-larnceWhiehil. Wide, wide world" leading in Caps (Cleveland Glenville) first, Schroeder less to hold the
class C, Cassopolis. For the best cov- I Abimnelich-Henri Scott. and Gowns.'T,, rest of the classesI (Battle Creek) second, Prout (Detroit'
erdesign for mfonthllies in class A An 'Old Hebrew-Henri Scott.; followed bhn nodilsl h etal hrMle Aral oi Iwildness of the
! aiscentral was declared the best, Hebrews, Philistines-The Choral fresh en, and itoo theirlactyt es n trl hrMle Ara)futh d by the factf
Rapids ndtokthi pacs iTime 16.8. hit(sevenrtim
class B, Saginaw Arthur Hill. In soy- J Union. teaea il u-hnegr AnAbr itchedenballs
er design for monthlies in class A the M ~r. Marshall is one of tile prii- Vro . ilr, ;L reietoffrtP)esn (M op eod Incedlokin
p GrnQaisCnrlwa logvn a emeso h hc perathis year's Student council, mounted Cuzmnings (LaGrange. Illinois) third tention cannot
a certificate. Muskegon high school coml hany. Minei. Gordon, Mr.i White- the platforni and introduced Prof. Wil- Buch (Ka lamazoo) fourth. Time 4: 5 nreile.<h
wahrsnelwt acriiaefrIill and Mx. Scott are associated with ,Ham D". Henderson, Director of the !44yr ahBaea Nrh
the best cartooning. the Metropolitan Opera company'. University extension department, the 44 adds-lacad(o hInalists. M)ug
At tile conference meeting at 11 o'- aut sekrfor th-eeig eod1 trISgia Jatr aon the int is,-gei
faculykspekerheenin.isecnd,.PterwSaginwTaa-et, ) { had a perfect d
I clck i tilOUninmisHawey'Tiand the faculty advisors Professor Henderson gave the first third, Konupek (Ann Abr fourth.
ping, national secretaJry of Sigma Optimistsists "when
Delm- L ang t lmnGad!tl.Tefreshman," he said, whenTime 622.Abr sit.alt
fromCLansingit.eClemenstGrn Btalk.NeThealso assistedn
ta CRapnidrctrofthsoohNesSouth and Detroit Central. he looks back' on his first year sees 220 yard dash-Hester (Detroit 'i ,turning in
syndicate, Ann Arbor. aldressedi the IRap ids AdessBnut ?a olgIetn iholyhmef Nrhr)frsOt Jcsn e-
delegates. "News writing Ihas lbecome WieAdesBnut 'acleg etn ihol isl othr)frt to(ako)5~Ia triple ouzt oft
La real 'profession." he said.,Thsis1Le White, '10, o theDert News, ; ntecenter;th seniors imipression onid, esn(asn)tid calipae irf
:was the principal speaker at the ban-! of his four years is of some of the (Muskegn fourth. Time 22.7,
definitely proved by the care colleg;e I gam'e for the D?
andunieritis re akig in nsall (quet. E. J: Ottaway of the Port Huron !things he was immediately conniected 880 yard dash-Brown (Detroit self w ith glory
ingjornais a a ouse ndth Tinies H-erald also addressed tile dele-1 with;, ' but the gradl's remembrance Eastern) first, Hart (Saginaw Arthur b}y Billy Farllor
spotttthcolgpulctosgaites. As a last event "on the conven-: of h at, fe 0 er wy from !IHill) second, Carson (Ann Arbor) aperi
tion program the editors witnessied the {the University is of the old scenles thirdKys(eri eta)forh h esnse
ai'egivn.' e lkend th nespafinlintenercoaicrckm t and buildings; and of the professors i Tinle 2:03.(Dtotenrlfuthtesao'sc
perman o "to y umAndysinGue nt"rcsayincgtrct eatsawigosezeateacthtingnd hmadeneota!whse lastingmades220latyard20y lowlowhurles-cear ledn
he reflects tile sentiments of the en-adteMneot aealgmeti ,hrle-hI bn the day's sack-
afternoon on Ferry Field. , impression upon him,. sing) first, Wilcox (Detroit Eastern) ;wt a total of
tire group of lprofesslonls as a ;news- I ive Nst Gives Blankets I;second, Belf (ihadsol.iTecneto iya a ie oc iligH otte r-IKlyPark) third, t wi th at
(He aeel drs under the auspices of Sigma Delta 1I "M (Cleveland Glenvill e) f ourth. ; lows. Babe Byez
GiesFreelChresi, ainlpoesoa oraitcsented ""blankets to 14 seniors who Time 27.4.
Cliionationalprofessionaleournalistic-II Iptosah
Marin B Sthl,'25. rtirng an-fraternity. 'The third annual: conven-1 have won two or more letters in some0 Shot put-Smith (Saginaw Eastern) sepatons an tie
aging Editor of the Iilichigaih . Daily, ~~second in thiso pot ad olo-fis, ailo
aigEioofteMcinDalItion will be held next year in Ann Ar- i oeVriymjr pr,'n"olw-'ts aiti (Detroit Eastern) see-, nies to his crec
floewihtlfreeladest oin g this Ross A. McFarlane, '22, spoke,.n, oete(agnwArhr il In addition t(
the high school editors. He pointed ba. I Lee A. White, '10, of the Deri;tid alo Detroit Northwesen
thirdu Ctatahelsonurps(Detroiton-, ttheHodinen we
out\1';Q thtth Xoprpssofte o-!I STF ' i News, who was chosen as the alumni 'fourth. Distance 44 feet 0.1-2 incstern) st fBad
vention Fwere that the high school ed- IMN S tA EXTRAeseTAtive'1oneCesNigfeetdseterof Broa
itrEmgtiettgthranrole' _th epeefnativ es apfNihteiver- Broadjump - Nstorthirop (Detroit weakness of t
theiorsihtletintommoner and tsatdtredth ia ades fteevnn. otIese isHuntington (De- B oys had no ch
mightfrom I He poke pon te symolism, and troit Eastern) and 'lAndridge (Howard!Te'wr e
they ihgtgain iinspir'ation fromianEllisereMack
meetinge~ell ther ad carryback Eitoria Stafi meaning of the occasion saying that I City) tied for second, Sternfield (Kal-cinamo;
Editorial StaffI cannot see why the freshmen ai'e amaz"0) fut.Dsac 1fe
nwiestthhihsho.HaloHarold~ihrhich. H's anxious to become sophloniores; 1 fort. Ditach2.fe tiring one by of
expressed the desire that the next Thlomas E. Fiskethyhvjutpsetrogtrw-vtt (Siawulhi
covetinwoldasobeasucesThomas P. Henry when-JJavelinaw 'I'lo1111o
I conentin wold aso b a sucessKennth Kllerone of the most joyous years of their Arthur Hill) first, Northrop ( Detroit Gnv a
an htteie hudb are nlives." I Northwestern) second, Chiapmlan (De- Leatgue of Nati
inne thFyar tTcni.eohbMlini Cheers were. given during the bro- troit 'Northwestern) third, Wills (De- there are 2,000,(
At the businiess meeting of the cone- I SinyI.Temlg3 rrt ld 1y the Vars'ity cheerlead I+tni.Mf trn)f,,"4, 1it,,., 7::I


ped Crstgau's throw.
d out to Bros, Shackle-.
iird on the throw in.
skoyitchi to Anderson,'
scoring. Paper out,'
,son. One ruji, one lilt,f
nt in for Van Boven.
Lg: Minnesota-Myrum
Fritz; Foote flied out to!
os out to ShacklefordI
o runs, no hlits; no
xanson flied out to
Nalked. Uteritz fanned.,
)wn the third base line.!
Le Bros. No runs, one
Minnesota-Friedl out,
ickleford. Muskovitch

Ino hitts,; no error's,

.111'1' 1 p

)fIN N EM)1A
Ruibil. if
Foote, SS
Bros, rf
Friedl, cf
MuIski'~itCh, 2b
S. Anderson, lb)
H. Harfield, p;
Cristgau, c,

1 " 1- 1.

11C11 IGAL
U'teritz, ss
Kipke, ef
'Ash, If
shac kleford, lb
Van B oven, 2b
Klein, rf
Paper, 3b'
Swanson, c
Gibson, p

Carnarvon Leaves F'ortunme
London, May 18.-(By A.1.)- The
Earl of Carnarvon left about $1,500,000,
mostly, to his wife; his Egyptian col-
lection is to be offered the British


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