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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 2, 1924

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PRICE,

mbined Courses Should.
've Beneficial, Says Kraus

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INJI
SING

kRGAME

Hlaggerty, Doyle Thrill Large Crowd
While Alyea Stars for
Maroons
Amassing a large total of points in
the opening period and fighting tc
maintain a one point lead in the last
five minutes of play, Michigan's Var-
sity basketball team last night de-
feated Chicago 24-23, in its last ap-
pearance of the season in Yost field
house.
The game was marked throughout
by the hard struggle of the Maroon
quintette to overcome the Michigan
lead and to maintain its place at the
head of the Conference standing and:
only the clever stalling of the Wolver-
ines toward the last saved the game
from going into overtime periods.
George Haggerty again displayed a
deadly basket eye and was high scor-
er of the game with three field goals
and five free goals to his credit while
Alyea, the lanky Chicago center came
next with three field goals. By far
the greatest exhibition of nerve seen
on the field house court this season
was that put up by Harry Kipke whc

"What is considered to be a very l Dean Kraus said, "Students desiring
important advance in pharmaceutical to pursue this combined curriculum
education has just been made at the enroll in the College of Pharmacy and
University of Michigan by the recent t for three years pursue courses under
authorization by the Board of Regents the supervision of that college. After
of a combined curriculum in phar- earning 96 hours of credit and at least
macy and medicine," said Dean. Ed- one and one-third times as many
ward H. Kraus of the Summer ses- i points as hours these students also en-
sion yesterday. 'roll in the Medical school provided
"This combined course gives offil- their work has included certain
cial recognition to another type of, courses.
preparation for the study of medicine l "The instruction during the first
which, we are confident, will appeal three years has been planned so as tc
to a considerable number of serious- give the students an adequate train-
minded students who desire a more ing in Pharmacy and at the same time
thorough grounding in chemistry than meet all the requirements demanded
is offered by the other authorized com- for admission to the study of medi-
bined curricula, as well as a corn- cine. Double registration, that is, in
prehensive training and experience in the College of Pharmacy and in the
pharmacy. Medical school is effective during the
"It is hoped this new program of fourth and fifth years.
study will prove especially beneficial "After the completion of certain
to those students of medicine whc courses, normally at the end of the
plan to engage in general practice or fifth year, the degree of Bachelor of
who desire to prepare themselves for Science in Pharmacy will be confer-
a scientific career in the research lab- red. Thereafter the student enrolls
oratories of our education, scientific. only in the Medical school and two
and medical and pharmaceutical man- years later should be ready for grad-
ufacturing institutions." uation with the degree of Doctor of,
In speaking of the course itself Medicine."..
Ea-MUNDS TO SPEA'K FE[STIVAL SECURESO, I9 Cl
ON YNAICCHINA TWO MOREARTISTS,
Former President of Canton College Forrest Lornoiit, Clainmed America's
To Lecture at 7:30 Tonight Foremost Tenor, Named
In Hill Anditorhinu On Program

IEINDSHIP DRIVE1
NETS$9 OG9DURING
FUND OFFICIALS RESERVE FINAL
EFFORT FOR LAST
D)AY
SPEAKERS IN CHURCHES
TO INCREASE INTEREST

INCOME TAX BILL
GIVEN TO SENATE
WILL BE TAKEN UP BY SENATE:
FINANCE COMMITTEE
THIS WEEK
SHOULD GO TO SENATE
FOR VOTE THIS MONTH
Senate Leaders Reticent to Express'
Opinion on Compromise Tax
Schedule
Washington, Mar. 1-The revenue
bill will be taken up by the senate
finance committee the latter part of
next week under plans announced to-
day by Chairman Smoot.
The bill was formally reported tol
the senate from the house today and
referred to the finance committee, be-
fore which it will be opened again
to revision. However, not more than
a month is expected to be consumed
in consideration of the bill in com-
mittee. During that time hearings

The Week's News
In Brief
The following column is a sum-
mary of the most important hap-
penings of the past week. An at-
tempt has been made to present
the news as briefly and concisely
as possible.
NATIONAL
'It is not my purpose even to con-
sider tendering my resignation as At-
torney-Generai until after a fair hear-
ing on charges preferred against me,"
said Daugherty. It is pretty definitely
settled, however, that he will. resign
then.
Some have even gone so far as te
mention his successor. Senator Bor-
ah, Idaho, considered the best lawyer
in the Senate, is the first to have re-l
ceived that honor.
Josephus Daniels reported rumors
that Harry Sinclair, much maligned
gainer by the Teapot Dome leases, has
been in Germany arranging to pro-
vide oil to Hugo Stinnes, German in-
dustrial magante, the oil to come from
these same leased United States nav-
al reserves'.

FALL IN UHRAi
RELAYCARNI~
MICHWGAN WINS TWO MILE
LAY AND PLACES HIGH I
OTHER EVENTS
HUBBARD BREAKSREC
IN RUNNING BOARD JL
1000 Athletes From 61 Colleges
ticipate In Huge
Field Meet
Urbana, IlL., March 1.-A wo
record was smashed,, another
broken, and six carnival records
shattered in the seventh annual
nois relay carnival held here toni
More than 1000 athletes from e
section of the country were enter
Michigan men entered in the ca
val won a first and a fourth plac
the relay events, two first places,
second places, a third and fourthjp
in the individual events. Michig
crack two mile relay team took
in 8:05 1-5 while the fourtmile
team was forced to take fourth

Miss Margaret Quayle to
University Services
In Evening

AddressI

Returns from the second lay of the
campus drive in the Student Friend-
ship campaign show a total which will
probably exceed $900, officials in the
drive stated late last night. No def-
inite count of the funds had been
made, but a general estimate placed
the total at this figure.
No attempt was mn(de to push the
drive yesterday, inasn uch as a large
number of students were out of town.
However, the drive will be resumed
with increased strength on Monday,

when the committee in charge hopes I will be held but Senator Smoot is con-
to reach the prescribed total of $5,000. 1 sidering limiting each trade or indus-
In case the total is not achieved by « try to one spokesman.
Monday night the campaign will be Pending study of the Longworth
extended. compromise income tax schedule,
Figures given out thus far in the voted into the bill by the house, sen-
drive do not include the contributions ate leaders were reticent in expressing
from the faculty or fraternities. These lopinions of the plan which provides
factors are expected to give the cam-i for a maximum surtax rate of 3? 1-2
paign a large boost toward the stat- percent on the amount of incomes in.

played throughout the first and part ed goal. excess of $200,000.
of the second period with a badly in- SPEAKER HAS WORLD-WIDE BALLISTER, METROPOLITAN Today speeches will be made in all At the same time considerable in-
jured leg. The injury finally forced REPUTATION AS EXPLORER OPERA STAR, TO APPEAR of the churches and church organi- terest, both in the senate and house
him out of the play when he got intc zations. Miss Margaret Quayle, of was evident concerning the govern-
a melee during the last ten minutes of Dr. Charles E. Edm'unds,- former Forrest Lamont and Vicente Balhis- New York city, who spoke at the went estimates as to the amount ot
play as the Chicago players were try- rmass meeting for the drive Thursday revenue assured by the bill as it now
ing .to break up Michigan's stallingi president of Canton Christian college, ter have been engaged to complete the evening, has been spending the past stands.
game. The extent of his injuries had China, will speak on "Dynamic China" list of soloists for the cming May few days speaking before fraternities In proposing the compromise sched-
not been determined at the end of at the University Service to be held at 24. Mr. Lamont is accl'aimed as A- 'and sororities for the campaign, and ule, Mr. Longworth said it would not
ill h today she wll give a short addresa euti rauydfct u og
the game but it is thought that he w l 7:30 o'clock tonight in Hill auditorium erica's foremost tenor, and continues t he sbt ia ress at result n a treasury deficit but rough
be out for the rest of the season. the Presbyterian churc. She will all calculations made today by some Re-
Dick Doyle, Michigan's sophomore under- the auspices of the S. C. A. The to make a profound impression where- so speak briefly at the University publican members of th house ways,
conter, tlae4,;his best gamie of the address wll be Illustrated by both ves he ppeas His sal terni vening services. Fou minute speak I'and means committee who are advo-
season and ot, ive .points of .his moving pictures and slides which Dr was gaine e Yore and le i ers have been secured to speak at cates' of the Mellon income tax plan,
team's total- Alyea and Caitain Dick- ttatly wtehe mad a se ssful 1e all of the Ann Arbor churches today. indicated: that the .bill as passed by
son" of Chicago were by far th out- diund k wiltravlin . but at theAdriano theater in besides numerous speakers whowil the house wolredce renue about
China.w' yI Mr. Lamont was under contrat with I
standing stars oftheIr tea m and gave Dr. Ednunds knows China as .cwi the Imperial heatre In Mesow, but meet with the young people's organ- $460000,000 next year. The treasury
the "~ehlan, oc~tis a carein l " _. _ , .,Iations. -Speial colettons will ,be 1suVhfs etimt,d for t s fiscal ear
the Michigan rooters a scare in the Americans do and ie is impressecl wit tih o tbreak of the ar hindered li. taenin. the churcetoay. I by tues trmatd wa s $3t0,,000y.
last half when between them they ththe dynamic rathit than thy "4ttic appear.wng thera. .e qs hoiv With the Th ce- in h chtag ofas ,,00 .t.
rang up f'oeofield goals. :charater f the people of tat co- Chicago Opera company, aoiduanpear-- .Tt
The Mkihigan quad will leave to d:try.Concerning this condition, he ed with that eomanin apet a- drive will -meet at 8 o'clock in the-Un-
morrow ..c =r :lacithnagton, Indiana has said,,"We h ve so long thought cently, singing the re of .wi n to: dicuss plans- for -furtherin
of China as apleep, that we failed tp Chaliapin. ' ________nthedrive. _
ier team. tomorrow night. The filial realize the force of present .ove- Bamster oplar
game on the Michigan schedule will. . I irrt :a4
xme .in lat d itant, but wonft rful Prlse i.a jrb~r-U RI~R
Illinois next Saturday mcountry. The true awakening :,of. n h t tU
GLMMARY China's millions involves the destinies lIrany. H.e is of Spanish parentage. -o
CHnot; only of that great people but Of, Prior to his contract with the Metro- rofPacen of the. University of
MICHIGANCHICAGOithe whole human race." politan Opera, he was one of thee fore- Llul'I! OIll Tubamgen,ermny
ggerty....... .......Dickson For 12 years Dr. Edmund s was in. most baritones of the Chicago Opera nvitation to join the staff here for
ederson...... ........Barnes charge of the magnetic survey ofcompany next semester tendered him by the
Doyle .............C........Alyea China under the auspices of the Car-I oth Lamont and Ballisterpecial to The Dily Board of Regents at their January
tipke ........G.......Duggan negie Institute of Washington. He at the Satui'd ay night concert of the Minneapolis, Minn., Mar. 1.-Min- meeting. He is one of the world's au-
eng...........LG........Weiss has a world-wide reputation as an en- Festival They will sing the tenor nesota blasted Ohio State's champion- thorities i the field of experimental
Summary ield oals: Haggerty gineer, explorer, educator. and author. and solos in Respighi's "Primavera", ship hopes when the Gophers defeated spectroscopy. He has carried on re-
Ayea 3, Dol , ipk 2, orgaridge Any students who are interested~ and offer millaes nber d th - searches covering the entire range of
1, Dickson 2, Duggan 2, Barnes 1 and qualified in mathematics, Eng-. ingthelat ieehalf of the rogra. the Buckeyes in a spirited contest I fine and band spectra from the ultra.
'Weiss 1. Free throws: Hagger'ty 5 lish, French, German, sociology, econ- ingTthentative arrangements for the pre-here last night 41-38. At no time in violet to the extreme infra red. He
out of 0, Doyle 1 of 2, Denglof 2 -mcs history, and cheimiistry may ar- setto-ftechrlwrsa h the game were the teams more than iis also considered an authority on the
Morgaridge 1. of 2, Dickson 1 of omis, or an ei trsentation of the choral works at the four points apart. Pesek scored nine subject of series in line spectra and
Barnes 2 of 4, Alyea 0 of 1, Dugg range for an interview with Dr. Ed-; Festival have been made. Delius baskets for the inners and held Cnn- has published a book, covering the
of 1, Smiidl 1 Of 2. Fouls: Haggerty s a te o t an Seadrift will be given at the hurs- ninghan, Buckeye star, scoreless from work of his staff in this particular
2, Henderson 1, Kipke 1, Deng 4 Therets gthe institutdo or and day nightconcert, as will choruses the field. Ecklund made seven bas- Ifield. Members of the physics staff
Barnes 4,. Duggan 3. Substitutions: inructor in theinti nt mof high frm Bachs B minor Mass. Royal kets and three fouls. Shaw starred hereconsiderhim one of the two best
bDnidgfr ans, arns for un Smidi :eai'ning in Clhina, and it maiy U1) Dadinun w~ill sing the baritone parts oOhogeinLe
Smidl for ,Barnes, Barnes for d' sfefr r dud opae n du is~ygvaL h n or Ohio getting six baskets and five 1 in the world on the series in lie work
Moi'garidge for Henderson, Henderson pssible for Dr. Edmunds tolace any in "Seadrift",. Sylvia Lent, the Y 'ing ;fouls. ! nda wtort on the erieile ork
one interested and qualified in in- American violinist will appear onand an authority on the whole field of
for Morgaridge, Morgaridge for Hen- stitutions in China. T nte spectroscopy.
derson, Kendrick for Kipke. Referee: Edward C. McCb, '2L, wilurs addition to an advanced lecture
Young; Unpire: Malone.iside at the meeting. The scripture The "Primavera" will be given on+ _I,_U,"DVVIIOLSl a spectoscopy he will be a-
and prayer will be read by. Rev. S'aturday, with miscellaneous num- [vail a'le for consultation upon spectro-
CHAMBER OF COMMER Charles T. Webb. The organ will be bers -by Dusolina Giannini and Ces- scopic problems and will aid the staff
by Philip E. LaRwe, '25. nd -re Baromeo. Harold Baer will play i iImembers here who are working in this
Beahl T. Perrine, '26, will sing, "How Saturday afternoon, and Sophie Bras- field.
j?'Lovely Are They Dwellings" by -l i and Tito Schipa will sing at the ; e(IAI to 'le lJiu
Liddel - Friday evening concert., TheChicago SMh -In agdme student Escapes
j ymphony orchestra' will appea at Madison, Wis.,Mah1.nagae
all of the concerts except the child wiDedgathte a tmByitoMnoment
Needs and plans for expanding the' T'FsR concert exceda tercil-. athlenic farce, Wisconsin defeated
U I I ren's concert on Friday afternoron otBytr 23t 1.Pa wsfs
Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce will 1 The University Choral Union will sing othwestern 23 to 14. Play was fast
be discussed at a meeting of citizens tc (n T ing at times but both teams were ragged A jagged hole in the wall of his
P hdat8'lkMnyngtnThursdayr andSaturday eenings. Farwell and Wackman starred for room and shot marks on the floor tell
b ecy received frthe office of the Wisconsin and Graham and Kershaw the story of the narrow escape of Ot-
city Y._. C. A. auditorium._DrgceMivdantewic efte for Northwestern. Wisconsin missed to G. Koenig, '25, from death or severe
th ciy: .C .adtoin.D -___- School of Music, and will be filled inI ayfedgasbtmdenngu'fijr hn htu na don
Frank E. Jaynes of Chicago, Ill., ed- Appointments of committees for the order of their eceit. easy field goals but made nine ot of injury when a shotgun in an adjon-
ucational director of the American Fresh Air camp of the Students Chris- 11 free throws. ing room was discharged by accident
City bureau and a specialist on civic tion association were announced yes- 'rand the shot tore through the parti-
terday. The executive committee is COOK ]flIKoenigtion between the rooms.
problems, will talk on "The Power of mposed of Lewis C. Reimann, '6 , UU U L U O ey ta Koenig owes his life to The Daily, he
the Deterlmined Few. . Harold C. Coffman, general secretary 1_says. He had stopped, just before
rTui 1u 1U 1uilnmentLcommittees lhave, nt ii. h.,)

slow race. Wittman won the 75 ya
SenatorJanmes A. Reed said that in 1dash from a fast field in 7 4-5 wh
his opinion "not one-tenthofathe cor- I Hubbard established a carnival reca
ruption andiniquity which has exist-'in the broad jump. Hubbard a
ed is yet laid bare". He referred, of I took second in the low hurdles wb
course, to the oil scandal. Hulse was fourth. Brooker took sa
urI_ dnd in the pole vault behind Brown
of Illinois his old rival who establis
So far, at least three organizations ed another carnival record. McE
similar to the Ku Klux Klan, and ven was the other point taker, jun
formed of dissenting Klan members zng into a triple tie for third pl
have been formed. They are the inthe i p.
Nobles of the Klan of the North in the high jump.
Knihts oftheFlaingCross, and 1380 yard r'un, first "heat won
Knights of the Flamiig CRhodes, Nebraska; Graham, Kans
Knights of .the Mystic Clan. econ; Johnson, Pittsburg, th r
time 2:17 2-10.
The House approved the Republican Second heat: won by Ha.mman
compromise income tax schedule: Wisconsin; Jones, Depauw, secor
which provides for rates ranging from Wildman, Illinois, thir'd; Schjoll, Mi
2 percent on small 'nitomes to 37 1-2 nesota, fourth; time 2:09 2-5.
percent o4 incomes over $200,000. The 1500 meter run; won by Brown; Mi
aame organization voted to increase nesota; Beirbaum, Ames, secon
inheritance taxes on all sums from Kimport, Kansas Aggies third; ti1
$100,000 to $10,000,000 or more. In 4:08 2-8.
some cases the increase is 50 percent High hurdles, won by Kinsey, ill(
more than the existing rates.:. ois; Johnson, Illinois, second; Keeb
Missouri, third; Brickman, Chicag
More than $200,000,000 will be spent fourth; tuue_.09,2, :
In this country this year, for the erec ('Ties worlds.record madei by ,l
tion of churches and religious build Thompson, of Dartmouth in. 192
ings, it was estimated. New carnival, records; former recd
of .093-5 'made by Anes; Illinois
Strong opposition is developing 191'7.) -
against the Johnson immigration bill Colge (medley relay, " (distan
which would provide a much larger: 880-440-220; and one. mile,) - won
quota from the north European states Wabas'h, (Guestafson,- Fribley, Swee
and much smaller on foi the Mediter- ey, Robbins,) Lombard, second, c
ranean countries. Japanese and oth- nell third, Knoz fourth, time .27.
er orientals would be rigidly exclud- i (New carnival record, former ri
ed. It is said that our greatly im- ord of 8.44.4-5 made by Central Co
proved relations with Japan (result of { ege in 1923.)
the Armament Conference and our Shot put, won by Ecter, Missou
help in the earthquake disasters) Schildhauer, Illinois, second; Ric
would be largely ruined by the pass- erson, Missouri, third. Distance
age of the bill. feet 6 1-2 inches.
2 mile University relay, won
'William Phillips, of Massachusetts. Michigan, Roesser, Freyberg, Hatte
was appointed Ambassador to Belgium dorf, Reinke,) Northwestern, secor
by President Coolidge. He has been Ohio State, third; time 8:05 1-5.
in the business of diplomacy since Two Mile college relay, won by C
graduating from the Harvard law nell, (Deamer, . Kleemeier, Pirk
school in 1900. Barbour,) Monmouth, second; Butl
third. Time, 8:23 3-5.
The National Education association Seventy-five yard dash won'
meeting in Chicago, debated the pos- Wittman, Michigan; 'Ayres, Illinc
sible formation of a "Teachers' Bloc" second; Irvin, 'Kansas, third; K:
in Congress. It was pointed out that Illinois, fourth. Time .07 4-5.
the vote of 700,000 teachers is not to Running- High jump, Poor, Kan
be snorted at. and Turner, Nebraska, tied for fi
and second; McEllven. Michig
Secretary of the Interior Weeks Russell, Chicago ,and Ilindt, 'o
gave these reasons why the Philip- tied for third; height-6 ft. 3-4 inch.
pines should not be given independ- University inedleV race-dista
ence justyet: "external aggression, in-. 880, 440, .and 22'0 and one mile, iN
ternal dissension, lack of native par- Dame, (Cox, MITjeiman, Barber, K
ticipation in the Islands' commerce nedy,) Ames second;2Iow third; I
and industries, and the financial con- ois time 8:13 3-5

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i1lU I1~~ , ct tac ua aa a ..a a , ca c u . .
dition of their government. 300 yard dash won by Evans,
--- ois; .McAndrews, 'Wisconsin, sec
The Emergency Fleet corporation Smith, Missouri, third; Huges,
-offered the entire United States ship- ois, fourth;i time .32.
ping board fleet of 1,335 vessels, for Running broad jump won by
sale. bard, Michigan; Wallace, Illinois,
__ond; Sweeney, Illinois, third; M
Seventeen ships stand 25 "miles off -Wisconsin, fourth; Distance 24
t the coast of New Jersey. They com- 7 inches.
pose the rum fleet, which used to stand (New Carnival record. Formei
three miles off. Business has been cord of 23 ft. 11 3-4'inches mad
hard lately, for two reasons: the pres- Hubbard in 1923.)
I ent inclement weather, and the pend- Pole Vault, won by Brownell,
ing liquor treaty with Great Britain. ois; Brooker, Michigan;, second;
1_____chell, Washington; and Bayles
. FOREIGN - tying for third and fourth; heig
Much speculation is rife as to the ft. 10 5-8. (New carnival record

' e en er alii e L '~lAAyl c .
arranged a program with Al Stanch-of the S. C. A., Harry C, Clark, '24L
field's "Ravens"headingthe list. No and Milo Oliphant, '24E.
s" the--ist.. N Chairmen of the other committees

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The value of our Classified Ad-
vertising is shown on page seven.
An entire page devoted to Classi-
fied ads. The crowning glory of

appointed were Kenneth Kellar, '26.
publicity; Lionel Crocker. '18, lead-
ership; Harry D. Hoey, '24, fraterni-
ties and sororities, and C. A. 'Stevens.
'26. financial.'
The camp will be situated in the
Peterson lake section which is ap-
proximately 25 miles northeast of this,
city. 160 acres is to be used for theI
exclusive puipose of a summer and
winter Fresh Air camp for both boys.
and girls. It was donated by two
well-known Ann Arbor men, neither
of ,whose names have been announced.
TnmcP C' PCRimann '1A 'will he the

George Shaw Cook of Chicago, a{
member of the board of lectureship ofI
the First Church of iChtist, Scient-
ist, of Boston,' will give a lecture on]
Christian Science.,at 4 :o'clock this'
afternoon in Sarah Caswell Angel]
hall
The subject of his address ivill be: I
1"Christian Science: The Science of
ISpirit'" Mr. Cook is being brought
here by the Christian Science society
of the University.
INew Haven, Conn., Mar. 1.-Prof.

Chicago............
Purdue ............
Ohio State ...........
Wisconsin ............
ichImgan ............ .
Illinois..............
-Indiana ..............
Minnesota ............
Iowa ...........
Northwestern.......

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W er#going to. his room to reapdthse j
7 L 7r and but for 'the delay would have.
7 3 .700 seated at his desk and in direct
7 4 .3 with the flying shot.

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result of tIe investigations being
J Rabbi To Address ducted by the Allied Reparationst
3' mission. This is the material
5 Jewish Students Iwhich they are working:
lI . ; .. - 1. Germany today has the w
I best equipped and most efficien
D Ar. Jacob Singer .,f the .Temple Mis- dustnial organization.
pab, JChivao, : ih address the Jewish 2. Germany is without int
Students'- Congregation at Lane hall, debt, whereas victor nations area
oat 7:15oclocktonight. His subject Jily burdened.
is, "Judaism as a World Religion." 3. Germans as a whole are pa
Dr. Singer comes here highly rec- less taxes than English, Frenc
I ommended by his congregation in Chi- Americans.
I cago as being a most interesting 4. The whole renarations

con-
com-
with
orld's I
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ernal'
lieav-
aying
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mer record of 12 9 1-4 made by
rick, Wisconsin in 1922.)
Four mile University relay wo
Illinois (Topper, Linde,;Miehler, F
Ohio second; Wisconsin third, l
- gan fourth; time 18:19.
1,000 yard run won by Titte
Missouri, Hartsuch, Michigan Ag
second, Barber,. Notre Dame,
Medher, Ames fourth; -time 2:2
75 yard low hurdles won by E
ins, Iowa; Hubbard, Michigan
ond, Rehm, Illinois third, H
Mic-hirgan ifrth- time .0 1-5

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