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A9STIC TRACK MEETL 4 , HICOR01 Did everyone stay for the ninth in-
ring yesterday? The last inning
Summaries proved toy be the best on the program World's Record In Two Dash Events<
Friday, and certainly was the feature Lowered aid Tied Without
Loving, Detroit gCass Tech-Wiman, yesterday. From now on, we' are not e ofAd T4ind i
Detroit Northeastern, second; Robbins, going to tell the story of what happens ---
DetoitNothatrneod; Robbnn,,din the last inning. Michigan baseball
Ann Arbor, third; Leland, Detroit games are like "Cracker Jacks"__ a MAY RECOGNIZE MARK
Northern, fourth. Time :16.2.' prize in every package.
100 yard dash-Won by Tolan, ___ (By Associated Prc )
Detroit Cass Tech; Patterson, Tilden ., Some local clothing store ought LINCOLN, NEI3., May 22-Rohnd
high, Chicago, second; Lewis, De- to offer racoon fur coats to first Locke, Nebraska's sprin>7 ace, 3
troit Northeastern, third; Ross, De- place -winners in these arctic track 1smashed the world's record for Vie 220
troit -Northwestern, fourth. Time meets. There was only one spec- yard dash in his second performancel
:10.3. tator audacious enough to wear this afternoon in the Missouri Valley
One mile run--Won by Kingsford, a straw hat to the game yesterday. track and field meet, stepping the dis-
Grand Rapids South; Criger, Pontiac, He'received a big ovation from the tance in 20 7-10 seconds. The former
second; Yahlinger, Saginaw Arthur crowd in the stands-but the mark, set by Charles Paddock in 1921,
Hill, third; Killoran, Lansing, fourth. cheers were not in envy. l is :20 8-10.
Time 4:41. There was no breeze during Lacke's
440 yard dash-Won by Ports, De- "Tess" Edgar has been asked by performance today, and timers believe
troit Northeastern; Craig, Flint, sec- Coach Matt Mann to report for the that the record will be recognized.
ond; Veysey, Muskegon, third; Carson, swimming team early next fall. That It was Locke's second world's record
Tilden high, Chicago, fourth. Time beautiful dive he made over the rail- performance. Several minutes before
:53.1. +ing of the stands uncovered some his furlong heat he tied the world's
220 yard dash-Won by Tolan, De- promising material for the (living record in the 100 yard dash at-09 6-10
troit Cass Tech; Patterson, Tilden squad. Split fingers, umpires, stands, seconds, this being Charles Paddock's'
high, Chicago, second; Fenker, Kala- railings, and iron pipes mean nothing best official .time, also made in 1921.
mazoo Central, third; Lewis, Detroit to Edgar when there is a foul ball in One official timer caught him at :091
Northeastern, fourth. Time :22.1. the air. 5-10, but the time of the others was'
880 yard run-Won by Munson, accepted.
Kalamazoo Central, first; I1. Tolan, The seventh inning rally proved This is the third time this year that
Detroit Cass Tech, second; F. Etzel, a complete failure for Michigan. the fleet Nebraskan has been officially
Ann Arbor, third; Bennett, Flint The Ann Arbor railroad train timed in better than world's record
Senior, fourth. Time 2:05.7. from Toledo usually brings the I time in the furlong. In a recent ex-
220 yard low hurdles-Wok by Lov- }(oWolverines luck, but it was a 1 hibition here, he made the distance in
ing, Detroit Cass Tech; second, Ross, little late in passing the feld yes: :20 7-10 and at the recent Nebraska-
Detroit Northwestern; third, Caplan, terday. If the "Toledo" is late, Missouri meet was timed at :20 5-10.
Detroit Northern; fourth, Widman, De-Michigan's rally is usually late. A third record fell when Richardson,
troit Northwestern. Time :25.6. of Missouri, weight star, turned in a
-Half-Mile relay-Won by Tilden; The final score of the Michigan- heave of 145 feet 2 3-4 inches in the
second, Kalamazoo; third Detroit Illinois track meet was 71 to 64, dif- I discus throw, bettering his own mark
Northwestern;, fourth, Detroit Cass fering just a shade from Coach Hoyt's I of 137 feet 7 2-10 inches set last year.
Tech. Time 1:35. advanced compilation. Hoyt predict- , Rineford, of Grinnell took second in
12-lb. shot put-Won by Dill, Sagi-|ed that Michigan would win 72 to 63.;the event.
The summaries for
Illinois track meet
are as follows:
TENNIS MATCHES WITH 0. S. U.
CALLED OFF BECAUSE OF COLD
Tennis matches scheduled yester- in which both teams have been en-
day afternoon between Michigan and tered.
Ohio State were called off by mutual The matches carry an added signi-
agreement, it being decided that with ficance because the winner will be
the cold and misty weather good play- the undisputed holder of second place
ing was impossible. ' in the Big- Ten team championship
100 yard dash-Won by Hester
Leschinsky (M), second; Hale.
third. Time :09.8 seconds
Irs. Captain Krickbaum expressed the race. Both aggregations. lost to I-
220 yard dash.-Won by Leschinsky hope yesterday that the meet could'linois, but the Wolverines have one
(M); Hale (I), second; Kelly (M), be run off the latter part of the week more victory to their credit than the
third. Time :21.5 seconds. at the Conference tourney in Chicago j Buckgyes.
Mile run-Won by McElwee (I);
Rue (I), second; Freyberg (M), third.
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120 yard high hurdles-Won by
Werner (I); Fell (I), second; Schro-
der (M), third. Time :14.7 seconds.E .:
440 yard dash-Won by Schoch (I); flOrffaLIO
Feinsinger (M), second; Mueller (M),
third. Time :49.4 seconds.
Two mile run--Won by White (I); ~ t1
C a lla h a n (M ) , s e c o n d ; D ic k in s o n (1 ),th r T i e : 5
third. Time 9:45.4
220 yard low hurles-Won by Las-
ser (M) ; Werner (I), second; Fell - -
(I), third. Time :24.5 seconds, Furs and winter clothing will be safe
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Half mile run--Won by Sittig (I); from moths and dust until Fall if odor- w
Freyberg (M), second; Been (M), .:-
third. Time 1:58.6. lessly Miracleaned now and sealed in
Shot put-Won by Lyon (I); Munz
(M), second; Lovette (M), third. Dist- paper ags.
ance 45 feet 2 1-2 inches..,
Polevault - Northrup (M) and There will be no necessity for three or
Prout (M) tied for first; White (I), , a t r-f s
Barnes (I) and Huff (M) tied foi four days airig to remove offensive
third.Heighth 12 feet.y; odors when the chilly winds begin to
Discus throw-Won by Doyle (M) ;
Munz (M); second; Lyon (I), third.bow.
Distance 141 feet.1 inch. (New Ferry
field and dual meet record.)
High jump-Won by Meislahan (I);
Trimble (I), second; Weeks (M) and
McCain (M), tied for second. Height
5 feet 11 inches. s
Hammer throw-Won by Hawkins . =
(M); Shively (I), second; Talley (I),
third. Distance 157 feet 1 inch. (New
dual meet record.)
Broad jump-Won by Northrop
(M); Simon (I) second; Fell (I),
third. Distance 23 feedt 4 7-8 inches.
Javelin throw-Won by Northrop =HE 423
(M); Stuttle (I), second; Palmer
(M), third. Distance 188 feet 8 inches.EUn-ucky for Spots
Entries for the Big Ten outdoor
track championship jumped to 18Eun
with the filing of complete lists ofi=
athletes from Wisconsin, Minnesota,
Leonard Hunn, the University of
Iowa two mile runner, is an able suc-
cessor to Harold Phelps, the Iowan
who competed in the Olympic games.1 CLEAN AS A BREATH OF SPNG
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PRINCET ON TRKMN
(By Associated Press)
PRIINCETON, N. J., May 22-Cali-
fornia defeated Princeton 70-56 in a
dual track meet in Palmer Memorialj
stadium today. The Golden Bears,
with a well balanced track and field
combination, wor4 ten first places in;
the 14 events,
Capt. Phil Barber and Elmer Erkin,
of the coast squad, turned in double
victories auring the meet as did Alf-
r'ed N. Lawrence for Princeton. Cap-
tain Barber excelled in his specialties,
the 100 and 20 yard dashes, while
Erkin won the shot put and discus
throw. Lawrence, crack Princeton
hurdler, won first place in both the
120 yard high and 220 yard low
Because his athletes are consistent
in finding excuses for not reporting
for grid practice at Indiana universi-
ty ,Coach Pat Page has instituted
night workouts in the gymnasium.
1OO1 LIST FOR WEEK OF
All rooming Rtouse owners who
will have accommodations during
Commencement week, beginning
June 7, are requested to list
their rooms with the Union as
soon as possible. All rooms at
the Union have been engaged by
alumni for both occasions.
When Hickey-Freeman clothes
are considered as an invest-
ment rather than as an expense
they sell themselves.
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