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SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1920

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TOLEDO SCOTT HIGH QUALIFIES
MOST MEN I1N OPENING ROUNDS

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PURPLE TANK CAPTAIN IS I GOPHER TRACKMEN LOOK WEAK
HOLDER OF MANY RECORDSI IN ALL FIELD EVENTS BUT
(Special To The Daily)

SAND and GRAVEL. Washed and

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Prep School Performers Fail
Measure Up To Standards
Of Former Years

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NO RECORDS ARE BROKEN
Beckoning to their rivals to fur-
nish some real opposition, Detroit:
Northwestern, powerful contingent,
reigning monarch of state prep'
track affairs, stepped off to a flying+
start in their quest of team laurels,
yesterday afternoon in the pre-
liminaries of the 29thnannual Uni-
versity of Michigan track and field]
Ueet on Ferry field.
Although led by Scott high of
Toledo in the matter of qualifiers
the Colts more than made up ,for1
their numerical deficiency by chalk-1
ing up six points in the finals of
the hammer throw event, the only.
number on the card to be com-
pleted. Huber won the event withc
A toss of 131 feet, 10f inches for1
,the Colts while Schaupner gainedt
the extra point by slipping intoc
fourth place.r
Marks Below Average
Yesterdays performances were a1
Marked contrast to the efforts ofE
otherkyears when the marks fellc
thick and fast at the feet of theE
fast moving competitors. With the
passing of stars of other years theE
roster of brilliant athletes enteringF
in the meet was noticeably depleted. E
Perhaps the only old record whichE
is expected to be approached by thisI
years crop of prep stars is the 100d1
yard dash. The mark established
by Hogenson in 1904 of :10 and tiedE
three times but never surpassed
will be threatened this year by the
flying feet of Metcalfe, burly NegroF
flyer from Tilden Tech of Chicago.1
The Chicagoan is the present holderE
of the national :intercholastic marka
for the distance negotiating the
century in :09.8 in the Illinois relaysr
at Urbana last -year.'
Heston. Class Of Hurdles
in the hurdles, both high andt
low, Heston, lanky Colt, looked as
the best bet for top honors. Thec
Northwestern veteran led his re-N
spective heats to the tape in all
starts and established the bestk
times turned in by a mediocre field.
It. isexpected that the major part
of his opposition will come fromc
Ecknovitch of Northwestern.
E. Thedual for individual honorst
will be -an interesting one to wit-
mess. It will in all probability
resolve into a three cornered race<
betwen Metcalfe who will bid for al
double bid in the sprint events, 1001
and 220, Heston, hurdle possibility, i

and his teammate and weight star
Huber who has already annexed
hammer throw honors and will bid
for discus and shot laurels have
qualified in both events.,
Those schools qualifying men for,
the finals tomorrow afternoon are
Toledo Scott 16, Northwestern 15,
Eastern 5, Tilden Tech, Redford and
Dearborn 4, Northeastern, North-
ern, Cass Tech, and Kalamazoo 3,
Grand Rapids East and Union,
Jackson and Toledo Libbey all with
2, Highland Park, Ann Arbor, Cas-
sapolis, Western Toledo Waite La-
peer and Hamtramck with 1.
The qualifiers follow:
120 yard high hurdles.-Heston
and Ward of Detroit Northwestern,
Ecknovitch of Detroit Northeastern,
Duncan of Detroit Northern, Mili-
gan of Toledo Scott. Best time by
Heston-:16.5.
100 yard dash.-Stewart and Met-
calfe of Tilden, Chicago, Seros of
Northwestern, Palmer of Ham-
tramck, Oliver of Cass Tech, Bailey
of Toledo Libbey. Best time by
Metcalf and Oliver-:10.4.
12 pound shot.-Welever and Mat-
heny of Toledo Scott, Beer of East-
ern, Huber of Northwestern, Thiel
of Dearborn.4 Best distance by Wel-
ever--46:1.34 inches.
880 pard run.-Guy of Northwest-
ern, Curan of Tilden, Kahler of
Redford, Hunt of Northern, Leach
of Eastern, D'Amour of Southeast-
ern, Sampson of Scott, Travis of
Kalamazoo, and Wilson of Jackson.
Best time by Kahler-2:04.9.
440 yard dash.-Hershey of West-
ern, Dykas of Northeastern, Hovey
and Gault of Redford, Doerr of
Northestern, Whetzel of Grand
Rapids East. Whitacher of Jackson,
Butler and Moore of Toledo Scott.
Best time-52.8; by Dykas, Whitcher
and Hershey.
Javelin throw.-Snyder of Kala-
mazoo Central, Belz of Lapeer, Han-
sen of Dearborn, Threm of Toledo.
Scott, Wetherbee of Adrian. Best.
throw-144 feet 3V inches.
Discus throw.-Welever, Matheny
of Toledo Scott, Huber of North-
western, Thiel of Dearborn, Cun-
ningham of Redford. Best throw
by Welever-118 feet 13 inches.
Broad jump.-Jackson of Dear-
born, Dennis of Northwestern, Moore'
of Toledo Scott, D.ittrich of Detroit'
Eastern, Taylor of Kalamazoo Cen-
tral. Best jump by Jackson-21
feet 7/4 inches.
High jump:-Dittrich and Lewis
of Eastern, Dennis and Ward of
Northwestern, Butler, Glickert, and
Lowry of Toledo Scott. All cleared
5 feet, 6 inches to qualify.

EVANSTON, Ill., May
Schwartz, Northwestern
sity's new swimming capta
four National IntercollegI
ords, one world record an
anchor man on two worl
pionship relay teams.
The Purple leader holds
collegiate records in the
220 and 440 yard swims
world record in the 40.
swam on the world record1
160 yard sprint relay team
300 yard medley relay tea
Varsity letter awards we
to the following men: W
bath, Don Peterson, Mark
Jimmie O'Keefe and Al S
of Chicago; Paul Collopy,
kee; Dick Hinch, Rockf
Omar Miller, London Mills,
Covode, Tampa, Fla.; Eddie
Oak Park, Ill., Vaughn
Evanston, Ill., and Bob Wa-
tin, Tex.
Wisconsin Athlete
To Take Up Coo
(By Associated Press)
MADISON, Wis., May 10.-
ty-three Wisconsin gradua
enter the field of coachi
physical education next fal
men will have completed th
years in the professional c
the Badger school next mo
Are well prepared to teacha
in high schools and colleg
eral students will comple
for their master's degrees.
a number of these young1
educators have accepted po

10.-AlI (Continued From Page Six) ( Felker will high jump for tne Wol-
univer- two in the vault if they are in verines along with McClellan and
tin, holds reasonable shape. Otterness has Erickson. Otterness will also rep-'
ate rec- cleared the bar at 13 feet five resent Minnesota in the high jump.
nd swam inches this season. McClellan and If Arendt duplicates his show-
d cham- Erickson will be the Michigan en- ing of last week in the broad jump,
tries. he is likely to outdo Catlin of the
national Captain Ketz is counted on for Gophers for first place. Kyle and
40, 100, five points in the hammer throw. Tierney are also counted on by
and the McArthur and Williams will com- j Minnesota in this event. There is
He also pete against Ukkelberg and the a possibility that Coach Farrell
breaking, other Gophers for the remaining may use Ketz in the javelin in an
and the places. Brooks, Sanderson, and effort to pick up more points.
m. Carlson will -throw the discus for
re made Michigan. while these men are also Varsity Golf Squad
alyCol- Ientered in the shot put. Duke
k Wicks, Johnson is Minnesota's chief reli- Plays Purple Today
Schwartz ance in both these events. Poor-
Milwau- man is Michigan's best bet in the
ord, Ill.; shot put. (Continued From Page Six)
Ill., Bill Coach Farrell will use Brubaker For the fourth place there are
Lennox, in the javelin throw, with Otter- three outstanding contestants, all
Hardy, ness as his chief Gopher rival. of whom are capable of showing

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ourse at
nth, and
athletics;
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Already
physical'
)sts.

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TIGERS BOW TO SUPEROR
HITTING OF CHAMPIONS

(Continued From Page Six)
Washington ..000 001 210- 4 7
Chicago ......000 110 000- 2 4
Braxton; Weiland, Connally.

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fine golf. Art Ahlstrom, a letter-
winner from last year, Royston,
and Dick Livingston have all been
playing a good game -this spring,
and although Ahlstrom and Liv-
ingston were taken on the trip,
Royston has been giving them a
hard fight for their positions.
Against the Wolverines will be
pitted Miller, Whitaker, Rogers
and Dixon for Northwestern. These
four men were responsible for the
win over the Buckeyes. The great
number of men out for golf at
Northwestern has made the veter-'

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National League

220 low hurdles.-Heston and
Ward of Northwestern, Ekonovitch
of Northeastern, Lindsay of North-
ern, Van Avery of Highland Park,!
Schwenger of Detroit Central. Best
time by Heston-:26.4.
Pole vault.-Holcomb of Casso-
polis, Maxam and Moore of North-,
western, Gossen of Grand Rapids'
East, Lowry and Miller of Toledo
Scott. Goldstein of Benton Harbor,
Foghattii of Cass Tech. Qualified
at 10 feet,'6 inches.
220 yard dash.-Metcalfe of Til-
den, Augst of Ottawa Hills, Willey of
Toledo Libbey, Franezah and Cakre-
zewski of Grand Rapids Union,
diver of Cass Tech. Best time by
Metcalf of :22.6.
Hammer throw finals.-Won by
Huber of Northwestern, Cunning-
ham of Redford, second, Crawfordl
of Redford, third, and Schaupner of
Northwestern, fourth. Winning
throw, 131 feet, 104 inches.
No preliminaries were held in the
mile run or the half mile relay.

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hit, will go into country-wide use
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have resulted in the development
of an "improved" ball, 1.68 inches
in diameter and 1.55 ounces in
weight, the association announces.
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FIRST METHODIST
rCHURCH
Cor. State and Washington Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, D.D., Minister
Samuel J. Harrison, Associate
Minister and Student Director
10:30 A. M.-Morning Worship.
"Mother and the Nations,"
Rev. Samuel J. Harrison.
12 M.-Three Bible Classes for
Students at Wesley Hall.
6:00 P. M.-Wesleyan Guild De-
votional Meeting. Special
Mother's Day Service. Leader,
Mrs. Samuel J. Harrison.
:00 P. M.--Open House at Wes-
tley Hall.
7:30 P. M.:UniversityrConvoca-
tion at Hill Auditorium. Dr.
Edward A. Steiner, speaker.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
On East Huron, below State
R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard R. Chapman, University
Pastor

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)

Fourth Ave. between
and Williams
,rn m

Packard

10:30 A.
preach.
Men."

M.-Mr. Sayles will
Subject: "Mothers of

12:00 M.-Church Bible School
Student group at Guild House.
Mr. Chapman.
5:30 P. M.-Friendship Hour.
6:30 P. M.-Threc Medical stu-
dent will present their profes-
sion in the light of Christian
principles.,

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Division Sts.
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Dale H. Moore, Associate
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell, Secretary
for Women
:10:45 A. M.-Morning worship.
Sermon: "Jesus' Mother and
Yours."
5:30 P. M.-Social hour for young
people.
6:30 p. m.-Young People's Meet-
ing. Leader: Joe Griggs. If
the weather permits the meet-
ing will be held out-of-doors.

Be
cvnsistent
in
your
religion

9-Sunday School.
10-English Service. Sermon
topic: "Mother and the Home."
11--German Service. Sermon
topic: "Mother and the Home."
Rev. Schmole.
7-Membership Class.
Attend
church
regularly
oan
Sundays
FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 S. Division St.
10:30 a. n.. -Regular Mording
service. Sermon topic: "Adam
and Fallen Man."
11:45 a. m.-Sunday School fol-

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
Corner State and William Sts.
Allison Ray -eaps, Minister
10:45-Morning Service. Sermon
topic: "A Way to Think of
God."
5:30-Student Fellowship.
6 :30-Professor Arthur Moore is
to lead a discussion on "The
Social Life of the Campus."
ST. ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Division and Catherine Sts.
Rev. Mr. Henry Lewis, Rector
Rev. Mr. T. L. Harris, Assistant
8:00 A. M1-Holy Communion.

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ON YOUR OLD ELECTRIC IRON, TOWARIS

TIHE PURCHASE OF

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Yo ur I ron,?'

ATURALLY, an old, worn-out iron fails to do
the satisfactory work of its prime. It cannot
function as efficiently as when it was new. If your

9:30 A. M.--Holy

Communion

(in Harris Hall).
9:30 A. M.-The Church School.
11:00 A. M.-Morning Prayer and
Sermon: Preacher, The Rev-
erend Henry Lewis.
11:00 A. M.-The Kindergarten.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Liberty Streets
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
9:00 A. M.-Sunday School.

American Beaut
Hotpoint
8.80
Liberty

iron is in this condition, it should
be replaced with a new iron.
The modern electric iron, with automatic
heat control, has numerous points of
superiority. It is safe and economical; it is
faster, and enables you to iron in less time.
Automatic heat control eliminates the dan-
ger of overheating. When the iron gets
too hot, a cut-out shuts off the current-
automatically. The modern electric iron
relieves hand ironing of much of its drudg-

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615 E. University Dial 3779
7:45:-OPEN HOUSE

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. at Fifth Ave.
E. C. Stellhorn, Pastor
9 a. m.-Bible School.

Convenient payments
may be arranged

cry, and will give years of faithful service.
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