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T1 ESDAY, APRIL 23, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILYi PA(rE SEVENr

MICHl6AN RUNNERS!
FUN SSRIE

up just in time to get the judges de-
cision. It was a great race andI in
another such Wittman might just as
easily win.
Michigan's half mile relay teem
Y ad the honor of pulling the biggest

Roumnanian Envoy

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(Continued from Page Six) ,concededl a chance to place without
fling in order and it looked as though! the ser~vices of Hubbard, the Michi-I
Michigan would not figure in the gan team was not expected to makeI
race. During Freybergs race how-" the going rough for such teams as
ever Wisconsin and Notre Dame werej Illinois and Nebraska. Voelker,
outpaced and at the start of final Hulse, Freybcrg, and Wittman gave
two laps, Freyberg passedl the stick the critics a change of mind when
oil to Reinke only two strides behind' Freyberg pulled up even with Illi-j
Ames. The battle which followed be- nois and Nebraska at the end of the
tween Reinke and Conger~ will go third 220 and Wittman beat Evans
down into history. Reinke forsook of Illinois by 10 feet in the final halt
his old habit of lagging for the first lap.. Nebraska, which was disquali-
quarter and ran Conger to death. tied by Lockes dropping the baton,
Finally on the back str( eh of1the was mtIn ircj11y even wh v bin

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last: lap the Michigan runner cam.
abreast of the Ames anchor man and
passed him on the last turn. Down
the home stretch Reinke put every-
t hing he had into hisi running anrd
r'eaiched the tape three yards ahead of

Conger. The time for the race was
'7:15 4-10 breaking the old record by
6-10 seconds.
In the next. race on the p~rogram
Les Wittman ran what looked like a
dleadl heat to the writer. Locke of
Nebraska who had tied the world's
record of :09l 3-5 at the Kansas relays
the week before and the Miichigan
runner came (down the straightaway
practically aiareast and Locke pulled
TlS L
* LSES
ASP.M. ADVER

at the start of the last leg hut was r'rnignthtidlaeCose-
ing the fact that Michigan had the
inside lane, and that Wittman wasI
running anchor, rumors that Nebras-
ka 'might have broken the world's,
recordl for the event-if Locke had notI
dropped the baton seem unfounded.
f'Michigan's time for the event was
1 :27 5-10, a half second1 over the
fWorld's recordl held by the Illinois Frctonbte en William S, Cul-
teamn. b-rston of Kansas, vice-chairman of,
The mile relay team finished; the tariff commnission, and govern-
second to Nebraska in its section and Inwnt (lem). tmen ts over the sugar tar-
made a time of 3;23 but failed to take iii is ti I in Washington to be the
a place. Feinsinger ran the fastest 1 rc ascn for Mr. Culhertson's appoint-
Iof the Michigan quarter milers, run- relnt aq ment as U. S. minister to
l .GYY2an.ia.
ning the distance in 50 secondls flat,
COLUMN I the best timge1he I as ever made.
COLUMNo), c llo .Tuna t -icow the shot 44I
aCLOSES feot even andl Dick Doyle hurled the1
I' IING AT 3 P.M. discus 1,3 foot but neither wa,, able If
to take a place against, the class of 1

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Permanent Waving and Marcellingj
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3rd Floor Main St.
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5 NICKEL'S ARCADE-3165
DIMATTIA BEAUTY SHOP offers
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FOR SALE-Ford touring car, spot-1 tors. Phone 2939.
light, starter, speedomteter and li-
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carnival.ErllNw
5HA IRETURNS [DOM 22 Wiuerth ArcadeI
BEHLH M METINGS'
XWlfre&' P. Shaw, '04, executive sec-
rotaryyof the Alumni associartion re-
turned late Sunday from his trip last
wveek-end to attend meetings of the WU.VWVAnA 6
jAlumni Magazines associated and the
Association of Alumni secretaries at
Bethlehem, Pa.
iThese two organizations met at
Lehigh university on Thursday, Fri- y
j vay and Saturday of last week, elec-F
tion of officers also being held. Mrs.j
Shaw, past-president of the Alumni
Magazines associated, will b)e suc-
ceeded by WalteorOMeson of Lehigh,.
formlyer footb~all star. Ti. L. ilon i-ll
of Ohio State university will act as -
president for t he coming year over ' ___
the Association of Alumni se('1Ota i- ( F ou ar~e abr
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sieprev;err iU. IjUA On Wednesday night Mlr. Shaw ad-
dr1essed a meeting of the alumni off
rand family wash- liHarrisburg, Pa.
for and deliver.
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