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ATHLETIC CARNIVAL
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of all the prnlsc given her.
Three games of volley Imll were engaged In by members of the faculty.
team was comThe Engineer-Laposed of Hamilton, Wolf, Durcau,
Freeman, Gocbel, and Summers. The
team consisted of
Smith, Whiting, Lamport,!
Owens,
Buchhoit and Downing. The games
wore attended by wild enthusiasm on
the part of he students, who cheered
lustily when one of their favorite professors made a brilliant play. Wolf
and Buchheit were the stars of the
games, both men being in nearly every play. The first game went to the
Arts by a score of 11 to 7, while the
Engineers won the other two at the
rate of 11 to 6, and 11 to 7 Coach
Gill refereed the gaird.
In the dance "Vive la France," Martha McClure showed exceptional talent as a portrayer of the terpichorean
art. She was charmingly attired in a
gown and with her beauty
and grace, made a forecful picture of
the spirit of France.
"Kayo"
Boyd and
"Knockout"
Smith, two heavyweights, engaged in
three rounds of pugilistic argument.
Boyd being the taller had the best of
his opponent in reach, but Smith is
heavier built and a trifle quicker. The
contest started with Boyd landing
punches to the body and face, against
which Smith could not defend himself. However, in the last half of the
round, Smith landed several stiff jabs
and uppercuts.
The next round started with both
men waiting for the other to start
hostilities, but they soon began mixing it up with each other. Both men
landed telling blows, but they often
Smith's dodging and foot
clinched.
work was a feature of this round.
In the third round Boyd started off
like a whirlwind and boxed rings
around his opponent, who seemed to
have no idea where to guard. Boyd
hit his man freely and wherever he
wished with little or no resistance
from Smith, who appeared groggy.
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"Bud" Slomer refereed the bout.
"WATCH YOUR WATCH"
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Benson and Clay engaged in n short
wrestling match. It was supposed to
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Virginia Downing danced "By the
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The prize wrestling match was between Enlow and Aiken, who are the
best known wrestlers In the University. They wrestled for eight min
utes, to a draw, but Enlow showed his
superiority in "the fine art" time after
time. He would allow Aiken to get
a hold, and then would break it with
ease.
"The Two Butterflies" was danced
by Misses Parrlsh, Renick, McClure
owning. These dancers were
and
dressed to represent two yellow and
two black butterflies, and their dancing revealed the beauty, grace and
daintiness of butterflies.

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