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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WHSLN OHAITPLANS NOW COMPLETED
ALL WHO WISH TO ENTER MUST
SIGN UP BEFORE MARCH
NINTH
Plans for the annual wrestling
tournament have now been formulat-
ed and Doctor May and Manager J.
W. Planck have issued a call for all
men desirious of entering the tourney
to sign up at the office in the gym-
nasium before Saturday, March 9.
Entry blanks can be had at the
office and the entries are urged to
sign early so the preliminary match-
es can be staged the following week.
At present only four weight divisions
have been planned upon, namely the
light-weight, welter-weight, middle-
weight and the heavy-weight but the
men in charge of the meet are willing
to put on a feather-weight tussle if
sufficient men sign up to warrant
keen competition.
Entrance Fee of 25 Cents
Prizes for the winners in each event
will be silver loving cups to the cham-
pions in each division and numeral
trunks to the runners-up. In order
to defray part of the expense in pur-
chasing the numeral trunks the nom-
inal fee of 25 cents will be expected
of each entry and th.is fee must be
paid to Manager Planck before the

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contestants can participate in the
meet.
Judging from the current feeling of
the mat artists working out daily. in
the gymnasium many men will be en-
tered in the tournament and the
matches should turn up some new
champion this year as some of the
present holders of the titles in the
various weight divisions will be miss-
ing to carry away the honors.
Lambert Ruled Out This Year
O. P. Lambert, heavy-weight cham-
pion of last year, has been ruled out
by the faculty because of the three
year rule and this year will see a
new champion in the' division. Lain-
bert would make things interesting
for the comers in the tournament and
it is regrettable that the football star
cannot compete, but the finals in the
heavy weight division should be fast
as several of the big men in the Uni-
versity have signified their intentions
of entering the tournament.
All entries must be weighed in be-
fore their match in Doctor May's of-
fice and the weight limits for the dif-
ferent matches are: Light-weight, 135
pounds; welter-weight, 145 pounds;
middle-weight, 158 pounds; and heavy-
weight, over 158 pounds.
Last year's champions J. Whitlow,
light-weight; L. L. Pollock, middle-
weight, and E. F. Lewis, runner-up
in the heavy-weight division, are ex-
pected to enter the tournament but as
yet their names have not been re-
ceived,

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Records

PREIMINAR Y MEET
Is GRETSUCCESS:
Headquarters, Co. A, First Regiment
and Co. C, Second Regiment
Do Best Work
CADETS MAKE FAST TIME IN
440, 880, AND 50 YARD DASH
Events Run Off With Smoothness
and Lack of Con-
fusion
Keen rivalry and sportsmanlike
spirit characterized the preliminary
company track meet held yesterday
afternoon in Waterman gymnasium.
From all appearances Headquarters,
company A, First regiment, and Co -
pany C, Second regiment will fight it'
out for the championship next Satur-
day in the final meet. Headquarters
qualified three men in the 50-yard
dash, two in the 440, three in the
hurdles, and three in the high jump,
as well as a relay team. Company A,
First regiment placed three In the 50-
yard dash, one In the 440, two in the
hurdles, one in the high jump, and a
relay team,
Keidanz Star of Meet
Keidanz of the latter company was
undoubtedly the star of the meet, run-
ning a heat In the 50-yard dash in 5
4-5 seconds, winning a heat in the 440
in the fast time of 55 3-5 seconds and
helping his relay team to make the
fastest time of the afternoon in that
event. Wicks, Barringer, Pate and
Burkholder also were constantly in
the limelight. Each of these men
placed in two or more events. Lar-
son, company C, Second regiment,
made exceptionally good time in the
880, doing this event In 2:10 2-5 sec-
onds.
All Mile Men Qualify
On account of the small number of
entries In the mile, every man who ran
yesterday will be eligible for the final
next Saturday. The men entered in
the other events were eliminated until
eight to ten were left in each, so that
the finals will require no heats, ex-
cept in the relay. Companies A, B, K,
M, of the First regiment, C and I of the
'Second, and Headquarters won in the
relay. Companies A and B of the
First will run against each other Mon-
day afternoon in their regular gymna-
shim period. Companies M and K of
the First will fight it out in their gym-
nasium period on Thursday, while
Headquarters and company I, Second
regiment will run Wednesday after-
noon at 3:15 sharp. Company C of
the Second drew a bye.
Summary
60 yard hurdles. (All men listed
qualified for finals). First heat, Pate
(Hdq.), first; Price (1, 1st), second;
time, 7 4-5. Second heat, Later (Hdq.),
first; McClure (I, 1st), second. Time
8 flat. Third heat, Spalding, (, 2nd),
first; Harlan, (M, 1st), second. Time,
$ 1-5. Fourth heat, Barringer (A, 1st),
first; Grindley, (Hdq.), second; time,
7 45. Fifth heat, Pentecost, (M, 2nd),
first; Bowers, (A, 1st), second; time,
8 1-
50-yard dash, semi-final heats. First
heat, Kedanz, (C, 2nd), first; Burk-
holder (Hdq.), second; time, 5 4-5.
Second heat, Ullman, (A, 1st), first;
Lamiont, (A, 1st), second; time, 6 flat.
Third heat, Pentecost, (M, 2nd), first;
Knapp, (M, 1st), second; time, 6 fat.
Fourth heat, Pate, (Hdq), first; Wil-
liams, (A, 1st), second; time, 6 1-5
Fifth heat, Wicks, (M, 1st), first;
Grindley, (Hdq.), second; time, 6 fiat.

440 yard dash. First heat, Keidanz,
(C, 2nd), first; Houghton, (Hdq.), sec-
ond; time 55 3-5. Second heat, Cuth-
bert, (C, 2nd), first; Gogulski, (C, 1st),
second; time, 57 1-5. Third heat,
Burkholder, (Hdq.), first; Ferencz,
(C, 1st), second; time, 56 1-5. Fourth
heat, Johnston, (A, 1st), first; Fitz-

patrick, (D, 2nd), second; time, 68 3-5.
880 yard run. First heat, Larson (C,
2nd), first; Wilson (L, 1st), second;
Kirkpatrick, (B, 2nd), third; time,
2:10 2-5. Second heat, Donovan (D,
2nd), first; Upton, (B, 1st), second;
Moulton, (C, 2nd), third; time 2:17 3-5.
High Jump. Following men quali-
fled by clearing 5 feet, 2 inches-
Slaughter, (Hdq.), Barringer, (A, 1st),
Price, (I, 1st), Hicks, (C, 2nd, Later,
(Hdq.), Pentecost, (M, 2nd), and
Grindley, (Hdq.).
Shot Put. Men listed in order of best
performance. Williams, (C, 2nd), Bar-
ringer, (A, 1st), Belknap, (B, 2nd),
Cudlip, (M, 1st), Wicks, (M, 1st), and
Donovan, (D, 2nd). Best put 37 feet
11 inches, by Williams.
Half Mile Relay. M,d1st, defeated L,
2nd; time, 1:44. C, 2nd defeated L,
1st; time 1:41 1-5. K, 1st, defeated B,
2nd; time, 1:48 1-5. B, 1st, defeated
D, 2nd; time 1:48 3-5. A, 1st, defeat-
ed K, 2nd; time 1:44 4-5. Hdq., de-
feated C, 1st; time 1:44 1-5. I, 2nd,
drew a bye.

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