They Won Four Prizes at the Ypsilanti Bicycle Meet. Twelve hundred people witnessed the bicycle races at the Ypsilanti driving park on Friday afternoon, but even that did not wipe out the $103 deficit which stared the management in the face that morning nor pay the $231 expenses of Friday. As it is the management is about $100 behind on the event. The local men who won prizes were Harry Marsh who won two professional races of one and two miles respectively getting $25 in cash. H. L. Morris came in first in the one mile handicap, prize a 35 diamond; Harvey Stofflet, second in the two mile handicap, a $20 diamond; and Harry Richards third in the one mile handicap, prize a $10 pair of Morgan & Wright tires. Ann Arbor did as well as any city in Michigan at this meet and has reason to be proud of her fast riders. In the five meets that have so far been held in the Michigan circuit Marsh has won five first and two second prizes amounting' in all to $155.