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TEROLSS TRACK MEET
IS WON BY FRESH LITS

1920 ENGINEERS FINISH NEXT
WHILE SOPH LITS LAND
IN THIRD PLACE
The freshmen of both lit and en-
gineering classes hadtthings much
their own way in the interclass track
meet held in Waterman gymnasium.
The yearlings in the literary college
won with a total of 35 points, while
the 1920 boilermakers were second
with a total of 26 chalked up to their
credit.
This left 18 points for the other
classes entered'and of these the soph
lits drew eight, the junior engineers
five, the first year laws four, and the
soph engineers one.
But few entries were made in the
different evenits and the whole meet
seemed to be surrounded by mystery
and hidden from the public; for but
few seemed to know that it was going
to take place.
West in the 50-yard dash and Kins-
ley in the half-mile showed up well,
the former running the sprint in 5 4-5
seconds and the latter covering the
five laps in 2:10 2-5.
50-yard dash-West (fresh engi-
neer), first; Wheeler (fresh engineer),
second; Tuxbury (fresh lit), third.
Time--5 4-5.
High jump--Russell (junior engi-
neer), first; Later (fresh law), sec-
ond; Kruger (fresh lit), third. Height
-5 feet 4 inches.
50-yard high hurdles-Kammerer
(fresh lit), first; McPhee (fresh en-
gineer), second; Later (fresh law),
third. Time-7 flat.
Mile run-Buell (soph lit), first;
Boyd (fresh engineer), second;
Verschoor (soph engineer), third.
Time-4:58.
Pole vault-McArthur (fresh lit),
first; Buell (soph lit), second; Kruger
(fresh lit), third. Height-8 feet 6
inches.
Low hurdles-Tuxbury (fresh lit),
first; McPhee (fresh engineer), sec-
ond; Messner (fresh lit), third. Time
7 3-5.
440-yard dash-Messner (fresh lit),
first; Wheeler (fresh engineer), sec-
ond. Time-58 4-5. No third place
awarded.
Shot put-Stipe (fresh lit), first;

West (fresh engineer), second.
880-yard run--Kinsley (fresh lit),
first; Hartman (fresh engineer), sec-
ond ; Kramer (fresh lit), third. Time-
2:10 2-5.
Field and Track
Rteach Perfection
Work Expected to Progress Rapidly
as Cinder Men Open Drill on
Outdoor Grounds
Ferry field will be ready for every
Michigan track and field man tomor-
row for the balance of the season.
To date, because of the dampness
and consequent soft condition of the
various pits for the field events, high
jumpers, shot putters and the other
field men have been compelled to vent
their activities along these lines, either
in the gym or in the small adjoining
space to the west.
The various places in which the va-
rious tracksters have practiced dur-
ing the last week has made it rather
difficult for Coach Farrell to keep an
eye on his men. Practice has lagged
in consequence. Tomorrow will wit-
ness the real start of the out of door
work, which will be carried on the
rest of the season.
Dancing classes and private lessons
at the Packard Academy. tt
Aoast turkey dinner at the Michigan
Union today. One dollar.-Adv. 1
ONE DOLLAR
SUNDAY DINNER
12:30 to 2:30
Pea Puree
Sweet Pickled Peaches
Sweet Gherkins Dills
Fricasseed Chicken, Rice
Roast Leg of Veal, Dressing
Mashed Potatoes Green Peas
Tea Biscuits
Lettuce and Egg Salad
Apple Pie, Cheese
Pineapple Sherbet
Ice Cream Cake
Tea Coffee Milk
The Renellen Hospice
A Place of Distinctive Service
337 E. LIBERTY ST.

LITS AND ENGINEERS TO
PLAY FORCAMPUS TITLE
Four teams battled last night at
Waterman gymnasium in the semi-
final round of the interclass basket-
ball tournament.
In the initial tilt the fresh engineers
fought with the architects to decide
who shall enter the final round. The
first year bridgebuilders got away to
a fast start and at the end of the first
half the score stood 8 to 7 in their
favor.,
The architects came back strong in
the second half but when the final
whistle blew the count was 14 to 11
in favor of the engineers.
Two teams from the literary col-
lege clashed for the privilege of op-
posing the fresh engineers in the
finals. The soph lits, campus cham-
pions last year, defeated the junior hits
in a fast game. The final score was
19 to 7.
The winners of last night's contests

will meet at 7 o'clock Monday
cide the campus championship.

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Good Eastman Kodaks to rent at 10c
per day. Fresh Eastman Films. Open
Sunday from 9:30 to 12:30 and 1:30
to 4:30 only. Drop films after hours
in tube at door. Lyndon's Kodak Shop.
719 N. University Ave.-Adv. 1

ALL-FRESH BASEBALL SQUAD
DUE ON FERRY FIELD MONDAY
All-fresh Baseball Coach Maltby'an-
nounced last night that the yearling
squad would report "in uniform" on
south Ferry field at 3 o'clock. If the
weather is bad practice will be held in
the gym from 1 until 3:30 o'clock.

ennis Rackets
The largest assortment in the city. Five
leading lines to select from.
RACKETS RESTRUNG
Three Day Service-Excellent Work
GEO. J. MOE
"SPORT SHOP"
711 N. University Ave. Next to Arcade Theatre

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