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8, 1928,rTHE MICHIGAN DAILY

MANY SCHOOLS ENTEHl FRESHMEN WIN FROMI

ANNUAL TRACK MEE[Il
High school -athletes will collect in
Ann Arbor on F+ridaiy and Saturday of
this week for the 28th Annual in-
t erscholastic Track Meet which will!

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third. Time: 2:00.1.
Mile run: bra by Beatharm* (0) ;
Besc (M), second; Hart (0), third.
Time: 4:45.1.
Two mile run: W~on by GroehlnI
(M) ; D'Anna (M), second; Hayes

INTRAMURALTEAMS ENTER FINWALS
The first game of the play-off in silon Phii, Sigma Phi, Phi Lambda
the inter-fraternity baseball league Kappa, Taun:Delta. Phi, and the .Yell-
will be played Wednesday. All but mitage.
eleven of the teams originally enter-
ed have been eliminated. The remain- PROVIDENCE, R. I.--- lrry Corn-
ing teams are: Delta Kappa Epsilon, sweet of 'Clevel and ihas been (lectoed
Phi Beta Delta, Sigma Alpha Mu, Phi captain of~ the 1928 Brown 1tnive. Sit w
Sigma Delta, Phi Rho Sigma, Tau Ep-j mat squad.

OUlR STORE IS THE

be held at Ferry field, {M), third. Time: 10:34.
Tirity-two high schools are already Relay event: Won by Ohrio State.
;entered in the meet with several more Tlime: 3:29.
exjet ted to sign up before Friday. Hamm'rer throw: Won by Patton
Last year 32 high schools teams corn- (M).; Grace (0), second; Holton '(M),
peted. hr.Dsace15f.1 n
Those schools already listed in- tid itne15f.1 n
Discus: Won by Shanon (6);
,!hu<le Adrian, ;Ann Arbor, 'Bay City, Iros() eod ogl()
Charlotte, 'College HI. S. of Detroit, tid itne 2 t n
Ea:<stern of Detroit, Northeastern of'trc.>iane12f.4i.
Detroit, Northwestern of Detroit, Red- Shot put: Won by Barrett (0) ;
for H.S. f DtritWesernofDe-! Weiner (0), second; Marshall (M),
troit, Farmington, Grand Ledge, East- 'hr.Dsac:4 t n
corn of Grand Rapids, South of Grand Javelin: Won by 'Tootle (0) ; Pot-
R,1apids, Hamtramck, Hazel Park, Jack- Itle (M), second; Dougherty (M),;
Pon, Central H. S. of Kalamazoo, Mo- !third. Distance: 165 ft. 8 in.
i enci, Niles, Okemos, Pontiac, Port Pole vault: Won by MVantz (0);
Hluron, River Rouge, Romeo, Royal Pottle (Al),secrtd; Ahrens (0),
Oak, Saginaw, St. Joseph, Springport, third. H-eight: 12 ft.
Fordson, and Grosse Pointe. Broad jump: Won by H-arrell (M) ;
Preliminary heats will be run on! Payne (0), second; Ginrich (MV),
Friday afternoon with the final events 'third. Distance: 29 ft. 1-4 in.
Wiednuled frStra mni. High jump: Won by MVfrrisoih (M);
Cook (M), second; Evans (0), third.
In a "Dictionary of Arts and Scienc- Distance: 5 ft. 10 3-4 in.
es~ publishied in 1754, fountain pens -- -______
wvre defined as "a pen made of silver, FTl PKELEY, Cal. -- Richacrd J.
brass, etc., contrived to contain a con- 1-bogs, has been re-elected captain of
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