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A l .lc a n dc i a e s f r I e r e S h m a ~
Jiiiiu K' !tILS TOBAY, tenn~tis team are 's.i to re port any

D (- f ie 1, rnlflivc L'eri°- «IIei
II irnr~~t 11111eWO Illinolls
in In 1113 [e Et airdty

timne after 3 o'clockt this afte'rnooa 01i
Of'the Varsity courts at I't1 'y fi d Mve
mrakzin the ikeaml will receive nurneral
at tho end of the season and11 viz:
l])rclba ly ccatipete in s'w"'oal til:t ,'ie
with the Varsity "?lnd resorvos. (OnI3
j . e~rA' ers of the cla,.;of '36, ar(-c ii

AERIEl' IM ' TIBLES fIErie and Buff~alo divided lthe relays I is i 1rfor the fistitmeErie wo
1 # # t l+Erie taking the 2110 yird free 61tylenoiterr1 itl y cor1itng24 po rn5ts
and uffalo Ithe nmedley. Oak Pa's lC. 28. 1 li Als: fiidshec
Inth rep meet vwhichl was held Ithird in th1is division with 1£ points.
n Erie dethr oned Buffalo as National- - - - -
Y 'Y. M. C. A. Junior swimming chant-
I1 pion; lasi night at the Union pool by
it'a score of 26 to 19. Lima, Ohio placing & fter college
4 third with 18 points. The star of the >:hntrme a igo ia h
's v;qn the 50 and 220 yard free style l.°a
Y swims and placed second to Pierson'.c4, 'zta1 .Uestion
"- o-,f Cleveland in the 100 yard event.
Afreoyau going into business? _ Note
j I s, reyou facing years of You may start June 27, and complete
aprnicsithoty an course in nine consecutive months.
Corona Portable discouraging trial and error
at Rider's Pen Shop method of learning the prin- f, ~1ING r
Eay ersciples of business with the FO (
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ possibility of never attaining , ' B S N S' -- - - - -- -- - I s c e sM M H F l


1 1 lie to 'ompeJ)te.
Trials will be held in three eventsiI t. c'w iihnfes >.tCeLaetwilot kx,. l :>>cS_
this afternoon on Ferry field to deter-tespigle asF'
mine who will face the Illinois track- )(,)th' Nagle wi law', ciary(- .:i h
men here 'Sat0urday in the secondl dual anu~d llwill lwasWasigted by Hierbert
meet of the season. TJhese tivents are Vo (cir. he foramc'* is on this x s 'A r's
T nv- ,it-.7 ,A'Uiid xxli~ln Lin ILILa dJ WI)I 1 11,

the 100 and 220 yard dases and the
balf rnile run.
Coach Fh4rrell has announced that
all places in the half mile wvill de-
peed~ on the outcome of this "race. Nine
meii are listed to run this race at 4f
o'clock, including Hunt, art, Rear-i
ick, Brown, Lowery and Kendrick i
addition to Lomont, Beals and Pfluke
the three runners who placed first,
second and third against Iowa Satur-I
While ester and 'Lasser are sure
to run against Illinois in -both of the
sprints, the third man in each of- these
events will be chosen today. Kelley
Harbaugh, Hough and Dahem wil
run for the extra position in the 100+
clash at 3.15 o'clock, while Harbaugh,
L lough, Allen and Freese will run
a 220 yard racehalf an hour later
Aside from these events, the entries
will probably be the same as those
against Iowa, with the possible excep-
tion of the javelin throw as it is hop-
ed that Northrop's arm will have re-
covered sufficiently by Saturday to al-
low him to compete in this event.
Shoing fGratfies Farrell
Satuday's test with the Hawkeyes
was quitte gratifying to Coach Far-
rell in many respects, as several of
the new men stood up well under
competition. Dahlem's second place in
the broad jump was notable, since he
bested Everingham, who won this
event at the Kansas relays several
weeks ago, forcing th3 Iowan into
third place.
While Cooper's third in th high
hijrdes was a disappointment, his
victory over Cuhel, Western Confer-
ence champion in the low hurdles, in
the latter's favorite event more than-
balanced thoe loss. Jones' thid in the
lows was also pleasing, as in gaining
this place h4 defeated "several excel-
lent men. including Beatty.
Jack Lovette's showing Satur~ty I
~was outstanding, and is the best le
has done since he has been in college
111s put~ of 46 feet 5 inches in the shot
put was more than a foot further than
he had ever made before. If hie is able
to continue this, hie must no dout
be reckoned with in the Conference
meet. Although Lyon of Illinos is the
best man in the Big Ten, being cap-
able of 47 leet, Lewis of Northwestern
is the only other man in the Con-
ference who has done .46 feet at all
Lovette Displ ays Card Form,
The Wolverine's work in the Javelin
was also exceptionally good as he
had one throwe of 179 feet to win the
event. This is the first time Lovette
has "shown anything" in the Javelin
since his freshman year, and indicates
that his "armn has retured." Last sea-
son he was hampered by is\ elbow
which Wvas thrown out in the first"
meet, while, he was ineligible in 'his
sophomore' year.
Although, etz ras',expected to
make a throw of more tharn 150 fee
in the hammer,.the sae was scarce
ly hoped of Camnpbell, Who made one
Polhrow of 152 feet. McCaffree's best
throw of more than 14' feet was also
a good mark.
Schravesand's new erry field rec-
ord of 142 feet 2 inches in the discus
was his best mark in competition and
stamps him as an outstanding can-
didate for Conference honors.
(By Associated Press)
WORCESTER, Mass., May 9,~-Au-
thorities at Holy Cross College were
hoping today that Jimmy Quinn, a
Holy Cross student, would be recog-
nized officially as having eualled the
best time ever made for 100 yards by
a human being..
In winning the 100-yard dash at
Kingston, R. I., Saturday in a meet
between H-oly Cross and Rhode Is-
land State College he was timed in
9 3-5 seconds. This time has been
recognized as the world's record by

the National A. A. U. officials and as
having been made by four other
,,printers. Coach l art. Sullivan said he
would gather all the information and
forward it to A. ,A. U. officials.
Announcement has been made of the
r -a-ement of Paul1 Goebel, forimei
1+i,-11ligan gridlstrto -Miss Margare
F . Callum cf De-troit. The weddling
i-111 probably take place piext fall
Cf-,ebel and his bride will live iii
Grand Rapids, where he is manager
c1. a s-sort ing gools store.
loebel nlayed end on the 1921, 1922
4, <ld1 2.3football teamns, captainin?-.
t'I' o em i i3his -senior year. rftI
lint,'u Twlion he lavetl iprofes-iona'

numerals two years ago.
It is ('8'Wt ia 1 ly Urged Otat .1 mcit
eP.'a rrt pronr'tly, as the time left. to s
lect the team is short.


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FOR SALE-Two tickets for May
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FOR SALE-1-2 acre lot containing
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,F'Of SALE-Hlarmonicas.-We have
a fine stock of these very popular
instrumfents, from 25c up. Univer-
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FOR,. SALE---1924 Ford touring. Mo-
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$50 cash.
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