The field day exercises of the students of the university Saturday afternoon, under the auspicea of the Rugby associatioo, were very successful, though in only one instance was the record broken. Wind and track were against the runners and the bicycle race. The track was very slow. E. D. Peifer, of Waterloo, [a., a senior law student, won the gold medal oflered by the Waahtenaw county officials to the law student who should win the most victories. Peifer won three and broke the hitoh-and-kick amateur record of the world. James E. Duffy, of Ann Arbor, won the 100 yard dash in 1 1 2-5 seconds and the 230 yard dash in 25 2-5 seconds. S. Sanford won the 440 yards dash in 60 2-5 seconds. The 120 yards hurdle race with ten hurdles, was won by E. D. Peifer in 20 seconds, olosely followed Dy A. J. Sweet. W. W. Harlen, of Chicago, threw the hammer 70 feet, which was further than E. D. Peifer oould throw it. F. T. Ducharme won the standing broad jump by a foot, making a jump of eleven feet ten inohes. The mile bioycle race was won by C. L. Baumann, of Dayton, O., 2:61. Sanford and Jones won the three-legged race of 100 yards in 14 seconds. K. T. Farrand, of Detroit, won the light-weight sparring contest in three rounds, while W. C. Malley, of Chicago, 111., won the heavy-weight sparring match. The fat men's raoe between three studente weighing 210, 212 and 225 pounds respeotively, was won by the 212 pound man, T. Ö. Maxwell, intbirteen seconds. He is a dental student from Golumbus, Wis. E. D. Feifer, putting shot, made thirty-one feet and one inch. W. S. Bush made a running high jump of five feet and two inches. E. D. Peifer, made a hitch and kick of eight feet and four inches, whioh is an inch higher than all previous records. Four falls were won in the heavy-weight wrestling match and further contest in this and the light-weight match was postponed for want of time. Some very pretty work was done on horizontal bars by Prof. lïheinhardt and his class . - Free Prees.